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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 16 February 1899

THE WEATHERFORD REPUBLIC: FEBRUARY 16, 1899. * ovl'' £0 J; v®.J w g w w o ® e e h> «* hj g a a a « n n o í n © g* a. 3"t 51 <* s f S 8 C | I ü a K* n> t e r if CO ^ mmp 9 J, O 8 . g- g; g- ■ ■ • : i«T?) W w T w o hi ki o o *< v< «< Vi fit fit Q. pi ? S1 ? n • .. " o ■* 0 o CO > r m m D Z pi a> D > -< > z o H X c SO 0) C" > •< 2 5® "2.§ ít: Sg-M 0) = 2? pfAS -•rw rt to -b ag,g 3?s 1§2- q8 CM *1 3 3 JL. fi? - s rtRa M rr 3 V* fa í g-u '*8 7 3 í :r : B ifinfe 2« ■ .■'* ->a;y JJ « O AÉ © O .& 0) > r m S O z o > "< > z D Ü a ?? «i*** .0.0. o o o o o o n i nn i n P1 CO o > *< Í0CD0& o o o 0QCQ0Q p © O 0 ais si i r 9 S á s £ t i 4 Good Time Oomin*. "Cary the News (o Many." Tell it in Oath and publish it in the streets of Aakelon. The Republic as the peoples friend, rejoices that we have "stood tidings" calculated to bring great joy to the toiling, suffering, diseased millions of earth. We have not found "the ered the'''fou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 16 February 1899

THE WBATHERFORD REPUBLIC: FEBRUARY 16, J899. 7 v-; 4 ffftf ¡U G CASTOR IA ? * - ■ * • fhe Kind Ton Have Always Boogbt, and Vrhlch baa been in hm for over 30 year baa borne tbe rtgnntnre of under his per- '"'■Tr/' Allow no All ConntsffUts Imitations ie wftb fllla. We bntEx- peiimente that trifle and endanger % health « InlMiU and Ohlldre -Bxp€rlenee againat Kxperlmem What Is CASTOR In Use For Over 30 Years. Dot's For The Tear 1899. don'ts fob men. «. Don't tell lies. Good liara are Baelul but poor liara are borea. Ita a nafa bet that though you have Ued a graat deal, yonrwork in this lina ia m yvi ooarss. Don't ebew tobado; dtp anaff, H coa ta ^as.aad Ja mona disgas* Spit inwardly jast oaóe and yonr Nfe#i bwhan ^atapfn. . Don't try to baa maaber aaleos JVB know that yoo an an idiot, * aia ansie**lee otbars to foo i* 1 Don't aay harsh things about yo r neighbor. Yon may Irani Hp borrow his bieyda soeme day. Don't oae a tooth brash belong lag to another. People are uaoally senaative an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 16 February 1899

THE WEATHERFORD REPUBLIC; FEBRUARY 16, 1899. HARSH ENVIRONMENT. Paopla Am Itutrt by It liMtr Tbu bf Binllty. In Limousin there la a barren ranga of low hills which lies along-the divid- ing line between the departments of Dofdogne, Córrese and Haute-Vienne, about half way between Perlgueux and Limoges, says Popular Bcieáce Month- ly. The water courses show the loca- tion of these uplands. They extend over an areá about seventy-five miles long and half as wide, wherein average human misery is'most profound. Dense ignorance prevails. There is mors il- literacy than in any other part of France. The contrast in stature,even With the low average of all the sur- rounding region, is clearly marked by the dark tint. There are sporadic bits of equal dlmlnutiveness elsewhere to the south and west, but none are so extended or so extreme. Two^thirds of'the men are below five feet three Inches in height, in some of the com- munes, and the women are three or more inches shorter even than this. On...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 16 February 1899

• i.v:,.'. 1 . .--í THE WEATHERFORD REPUBLIC; FEBRUARY 16, 1899. ;al and Personal. aa Era- icial Announcements. i are authorized to announce D. C. Brat- i a candidate for re-election to tha office MarahaJefthe city of Weatherford. i April 4.1899. re are authorized to aanoaace A. D. ei, at a candidate for re-election to the 1 of City Auessor and Collector at the ,| «cuing April election. We are authorized to aimounee J. W. J Morera, aa a candidate for City Attorney at *a anauiag April dec* . 7 H. w. Ka teman went East Monday. B. B. Dorsey is on the >iok list t&s week. J. W. Cora MM ever 16 Wm Worth líondaj. W H. Craig wd family bait moved to Peas tar. John Creekmore is on the tick Bal thia week. H. B. Doreey was in Dallaa Monday on business. 8. A. Moyer left Monday for irietta on bnaineaa. - , , Fild Oooaa oil curéS sprains. ÜHw rth, Ma A ( o. - >."14, Fergaaon of Veal Station 1.in the oity Tuesday. 5uíige J. X4. Í. W,i¿ Sallae Tuesday*OD; business. * <í¡apt. Henry Warre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 23 February 1899

•/ i qmblk WEATHERFORD. PARKER COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEB 23. 1899. NO. 33 \ sRI \ ■••i ®sf linnMm>i HMnimnn UDIES Should wear 1 J ' Brown's Anc A1>40, I Albert Milbarn baa a«ded to his wh:;;.TJCai'i*m ;itL7,d b,v* "id paM,r ™"'e '"'f Pl°"¡°g- • V Ed- P-".rd i. pro oel g K"°° "C I Pretor of theold Bo,lee t.„m a_v.r_i . | , ^r* W. J. Boy les i in from his ntes !z"z: rrjt i<wkin« *-w* ,."dk<hf' ÍT" f.. Oar people aro not eoared about elok'L ' 0,1 tlw" *"■«'. bnt think lb. eland i. Th, fl ,, good. Tb*y have dismissed school of 2* T u ™°°,h d,b*b): *'' 8t"1°* Cr k ">r «¡ í; ™ • s*"i<' s"u° °° of th. tod /, it died .with pneumonía .mall poi Mar.. T ^L'h* h"r«Wl Mr. J. Ben Abbott ie reoo,ering .ymfrthyoMt. AM. p«,p|.. Iron,, long .p.11 of .iokn.*. ian lrt a .W " " Mi " Mag.1. and Peer, p.™ iotoiMl ***** Creek during th. fctesi 'z lTéSbtí*¿r ri r.d *if; fuT'nm k'" C*rP^!'i *lfe ofHn<^ County .pent Sat". n>i .ed by"the echwl lud the peoJ^D^®¡^ Wl* ^ - ipltt"d8r,a;&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 23 February 1899

THB WEATHBRFORD REPUBLIC; FEBRUARY 88, 1899. ] criticism nor harsh ridicule will I oommendation opon every 1hero , drive them from their lofty pur- the war has discovered, whether to pose or weaken their insbtent hailed from the North or the flourmce ISouth, whether he wae an- officer Mr. Chairman, we are'all proud or only a man in the ranks, of our country, of ite Army and iU whether he was -in the focaI and Navy, and rejoice alike in the foremost fire," or stood ready to prowess of oar arms on land and yield cheerful obedience to any tea. The record of each hero is summons to service. If the «JT the common property of the Re commodores and generals and their public, and we all feel a pro- official associates were heroes, so prietary interest in the glory of were the gallant and resolute men every achievement. The call to in their respective commands who arms, for which we must all be | took part in the battles and with held responsible, the utmost was answered I spleDdid skill and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 23 February 1899

&i|>'' '.-■r 1 "... i 1 THB WEATHERFORD REPUBLIC: FEBRUARY 2 3 1*99. wordand focalixe attention uponl Desirous as I am to see our brave I iephere will have been fully yindi- all it com prebends—the private I volunteers mustered out and to cated. citizen only is the free -nan with allow >hem to resume the walks of Recognition of all that is due opportunity for progress and de- peace, now that the war is oyer, I the American flag on land and sea velopment, with . aspirations for believe it would be infinitely batter a just appreciation of our strength the victories of peace and without tr< continue, with their consent, a and dignity by the nations of the aptitude or inclination for the Sufficient number of them in the earlh have been won and are now - routine drudgery and servility of Uervice until experience shall de- fully assured. Broader opportuni- the camp an. the garrison. monstrate, s I have no doubt it ties have been opened, grander Happily, thus far, we have soon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 23 February 1899

THE WBATHERFORD REPUBLIC; FEBRUARY 88, 1899, I ;,V i \ ÉW #NEiAl ñRRI^ñL.S^ iAT the; m YORK * AVE. * TRADING * CENTER. * Our store is being rapidly filled with Spring Goods hiinHelnhia. and other Eastern Markets. from-New York, Clothing. 4 • 9 • Our Sterling Brand Clothing la still in the lead. They are un- surpassed for wear, they fit well, the linings and trimmings are first-class, the colors and patterns are the lateat productions oí the Eastern Ms¡huféc- turers. We can fit any size man, regular, stout, lean and extra sizes. .One big shipment already in and priced down lower than ever before. More to follow. Young Men's and Boys* Clothing. We have the exdusive handling of the well hnown line of Jane Hopkins* Clothes for Boys. Double seat and knees, Elastic, waist bands, and hold fast buttons. Our buying for this de- partment exceeds any other season's purchase for quantity and quality. Every garment la neat and tasty, ind special care was taken to select colors and patterns that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 23 February 1899

THE WEATHERFORD REPUBLIC; FEBRUARY 23, 1899. WE HAVE Had very little to say about Spring Goods for the past three or tour weeks. It was rather a hard subject to take up with the mercury hanging around anywhere from zero to 10 degrees below. And we are somewñat timid this week for fear we'll fall in with a belated norther, but the goods are coming in and we must get them out to brighten up the house a little Shirt Waists. A little special in this line—all well made, neatly fitting garments, about 40 dozen, we divide in three lots and price at quick moving figures, 35c. 50c and 75c. A serviceable neatly made waist at 35c. Just about the price you often pay for the paper pattern alone. Dress Skirts. As we sell them—the latest styles—^full sweep, combined with skillful tailoring, a combination that is hringing this de- partment rapidly to the front. Black and Blue Serge, plain and braided, $3.00 to $5.00 Fancy Brocade in Silk, 4 00 tO 6.00 Black and Colored Novelties, $1.25 to 3.50 Blac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 23 February 1899

.. f ¿ i n & I © i n IK I k i P . i H THE WEATHERFORD REPUBLIC: FEBRUARY 28, 1899. CASTOR IA Tbe Kind Toa H v« Always Boo*ht, and which Jtaa beat to use for over 80 j—n, hm bono the dgutan of " w and haa been made imder his per- sonal supervision aince its tofhnoj. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Cotmtorfetta, Imitations and SubsUtutes are bat Ex- periment that trido with and enia^er the health of Inlhnts and Children—Experience against Experiment. What Is CASTORIA Gastarla is a substituto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops '.and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant, ft contains neither Opium, Morphine nór other Hareotle substance. Its ago is its guarantee, it * and allays Fererishness. It cures Diarrhoea Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, furos O and Flatulency. It assimilate the FOod, ipj Stomach and Bowels, giving 1 ■ The Children's Panaoca—The GENUINE CASTORIA 'ALWAYS >lm the Signature of e Always Bought In Üée VoPÓver 30 Years, i. .'y "t i m i ii« WmWBh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 23 February 1899

I :■ THE WBATHBRFOKD REPUBLIC; FEBRUARY 98, 1899. Baptist Will Please Bell Thla. It is doubtless known to you tyt. an effort I now being made to raise $200,000 in Texas, to paj the indebtness of our colleges and to better equip them. To do this, those who are leading in the work have thought beet for eaoh associa- tion to be canvassed by those liv- ing in it who are interested in the movement. The preachers of onr association were the first of any association in the state to organize tor this work. The weather has been so very inclement that noth- ing has been done up to the present time but we must begin at once therefore aa ohairman of the.organ- ization I take this method of invit- ing every preacher and every Bap- tist in the association who feels interested to meet at the First Bap tist church in Weatherford, Mon- day Mar. 6 at 2:30 P. M to devise a plan for a thorough oanvass of the association.. The executive board will meet at 1 P. M. and we can all be present in that sessio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 23 February 1899

THB WEATHERFORD REPUBLIC: FEBRUARY 38, 1889. m if. >;v- f ■ - If IS' mí' i 1 S' THE Local and Personal. Official Announcements. T1 Wild ¥id.wr Joe N. Jn the oi We are authorised to announce D. C. Brat- ton, aa a candidate for re-election to the office at City Marshal of the dtjr of Weatherfard. Election April 4 1899. We are hereby authoriced to announce A. T. Collier for the office of City Marshal. Elect n April 4, 1S99. We are authorized to annonnce A. D. Stoke*, a* a candidate for re-election to the office of City Assessor aad Collector at the April election. We are authorized to Announce j. W. Moyera, a* a candidate for , City Attorney at Am eosuiaf April election. Joe Hill went WmI Tuesday. Father Nolan t visited Tharber Tuesday. Cbaa. Potman is oil the sick list this w-ek. Bradly and Brown Cultivators lor,sale fey Lowe Hardware Co. ft. W. Bonner went over to Ft. Worth Tuesday. Fir t class Photo work at the Cottage Gallery. Frank Dick ot Millsap was In the city Tuesday. Wild ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 9 March 1899

wm c5 - Ikinililic VOL. IX. WEATHKRFORD. PARKER COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1899. NO. 35. THE HOOP THAT DOES THE TRICK, The Hoop that gets your trade is the one that will always be held up by us, one that will always be before you. Best goods at lowest prices. You say it is easy enough to say this, but with us it is easy enough to prove it. The goods prove it, and you help us to prove it. You come and look at the goods and you cannot help acknowledging that that portion is so. If you want us to prove the lowest price part to you, you will have to make the round of all the places where they sell the same kind of goods, then you will prove that also. If you don't want to make this round, you will have to take our word for it. Corsets. Invincible, White only, ^ _ the best Corset in the If) market, for UXJks P. C. Corset. Frene style and make, _ "White only,'at. F. P. or Lot 202. Ladies who have worn this Corset ^ ^ claim for it a better fit, style and | f If I finish than any oth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 9 March 1899

! W8ATHRS POB n •WPTTPT Tf . VOOOTltmu M THE WEATHBRFORD REPUBLIC; MARCH 9, 1899. BU ' "of": RR 3 We are now displaying the finest line of Glass Tumblers and Goblets, In the State. We have a full line of thin blown Tumblers, engraved. We have selected 4 patterns which usually sell for 75c a set. To in- troduce our new line we will sell these at 75c a dozen. Gemsbacher Bros. Democracy's Mission. Following are the remarks of Hon. Joseph- W. Bailey of Texas, delivered at the banquet of the Virginia democratic association at Washington on February 22, Mr. Bailey's response being the toast, "Democracy's Mission:" Mr. Bailey was introduced as the recognized leader of the demoo racy in the house. He spoke to the toast, ''Democracy's Mission." He said:- "As certainly as our great con* vention reassembles we will re- adopt the platform we made ir. 1890." (Cheers and cries of "And the same -standard bearers.") Turning to Mr. Bryan, Mr. Bailey continued: "And into his unsul- lied hand we will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 9 March 1899

THE WEATHERFORD REPUBLIC: MARCH 9, 1899. 3 Roll of Public School Ceacbers, Parker County, Cestas. Diet 1 2 L W. 4 5 Teacher School Postoffice C. Thomas Union Grove, Reno C. Young Lynch Springtown "J". D. Hutchison, College Hill, " „ L.Butler L. W. Coleman, Springtown, " Ella McKibbin H. A. Wren Rose Hill " Bedford " J. S. Henderson County Line.. " W. G.Blackman —Agnes Agnes H. Leever Poolville C. Kuykendall " Mary Tom Richards " 7 "A. D. Willis Post Oak Grove, " 'Amos Bennett hitt 9-( W. H. Penix " Will Creighton 10 W. L. Willis Oxford " 11 Isaac Grindstaff Alamo Advance 12 Retta Poulter Shiloh Peaster 13 Hattie Martin Slover Prairie, Poolville /Bessie Denton Pleasant Valley, Carter *\J. C. Goree " Poolville 15 C. V Young Carterville Carter jg j* Virginia Moseley Veal Station, Veal Station 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 i w. ÍC. )-| T. [Ma r / '{< 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 W. t_r. fF. H. ■< Paul C [Z. J. S Fred Moseley. N. L. Clark '' Springtown H. M. Dodson Ash Creek...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 9 March 1899

y : '• /; ,JL LTHBRPORD REPUBLIC: THE WEATHERPORD REPUBLIC; MARCH 9, 1899. m: vV> I 1 i Foot Wear for Genteel Gentlemen. < cc We are now offering to our valued patronage the strongest lines of Dress Shoes for Spring and Summer that money will buy, from * SO to $5.00 We have just received a full line of; Hanon's Shoes in all the correct shapes, from A to EE. Hanorr*s Shoes are still conceded to be the best made. We will be glad to have you call and try 'em on- whether you are ready to buy or not. See our Window- FAMOUS SHOE STORE, York Avenue, Weatherford, Texas. THE REPUBLÍC I !! PC ■ i I ^Mf m i 11 - OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITY. THURSDAY, MARCH 2. W. A. RICHARDS, EDITOR AND PUB. Published Every Thursday. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. OmTmi, inadranco.. .41.00 SU Mouth*, in advance Tárea Month*. In advaneo... .80 .95 Entered at the Postoffice at Weatheford, Texas, as second-class mail Matter. A MU—Statement. The late Republican Congress, the most extravagant in the history of our governm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 9 March 1899

THE WEATHERFORD REPUBLIC; MARCH 9, 1899. FANCY SIR I Pi ED $3 .00 e We constanUy carry an immense variety or stylish Suiting* and Overcoatings at prices equally pleasing. Every garment we sell is cut and made to the individual measurement of tbe particular customer for whom it is ordered. ROYAL IAIL0RS Complete Une of elegant samples with Some TIRIQIUIS E R S Correct in every detail—combining SOLID COMFORT 4nd SHAPELINESS —cut to fit your figure perfectly and made exactly to your measure—only Our mammoth stock contains three hundred different designs of strikingly handsome Trous- erings— I rings—from the inexpensive but thoroughly ;on grade to the finest quality obtainable—at ower prices than you have ever paid before for hign-class Merchant Tailoring. $10,000 In Gold! Samples at New York Stored We sell Sonoborn's Baltimore Hade Suits $7.50 to $12.50 Lewis Shoes for men - - 2.00 to 3.25 Zigler's Shoes for Ladies - 2.00 to 3.00 Longley's Guaranteed Hats - 3.00 Warner's Rust Proof Cor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 9 March 1899

m y? WBATHBRFORD REPUBLIC: FEBRUARY 28. THE WEATHERPORD REPUBLIC: MARCH 9, 1899. Deadly Meningitis. i r In view of the prevalence of men ingitis, at Ft. Worth, Jacksboro Graham, and about Reno in thia oounty, and the fatal resulte there- of, the Republio copies from the Ft. Worth Register th<* article be- low, written by Dr. E. J. Beall one of the leading physicians of that city, that our readers may be in formed of the danger of this dis ease by contagion. The letter as follows: Several artices have appeared in our looal papers, including the Register, upon the subject of men- ingitis. From a report juBt out (February, 1899), upon the recent appearance of cerebrospinal men ingitis in Chicago by the medical inspector of the department of health, I am able to present you for information of our people and health authorities the following I will refer only to the sanitary as pect of the disease. Taking into consideration the proa and cons heretofore considered by the profession, man...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 9 March 1899

THE WEATHERFORD REPUBLIC; MARCH 0, 1899. Local and Personal. Billy'Fliim went East Tuesday. M. C. Cameron went out to Cisco Tuesday. W. F. Wieland was in Ft. Worth Tuesday. Bob Norton went over to Ft. Worth Monday. Maj. Bid well came in from the West Tuesday. J. F. McCracken of Garner was in the city Tuesday. Louis Fouts of Rock Creek spent Sunday in the city. W. W. Renfro of Ft. Worth was in the city thiB week. Presiding Elder Morris went out to Ben Brook Monday. Ed Thompson of San Antonio was in the city Monday. J. O. Shaier, of Caibon, Texas, is in the city prospecting. Henry Collins and wifo spent Sunday in Mineral Well*. M. S. Gordon went over to Ft. Worth Monday on business. W. T. Baxter of Millsap has ac- cepted a poHition with the T. & P. at this place. J. H. Endicott and Miss Fannie Jackley are now with the popular Backet Store. Miss Lillie Flanary returned to Dallas Monday after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Flan- ary. Roy White, of West Point, Ga., who ia now...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 9 March 1899

WEATHERPORD REPUBLIC THE WEATHERFORD REPUBLIC: MARCH 0. 1899. —H # ■ m - Ü I 9 a I I & ¡I 1 ~.j 1 f I fll f-US," M' m II s-<*| lifts ■/ \ fmmm' Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ■OVM. THEREPUBLIC OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITY. Local and Personal. Official Announcements. For City Marshal: D. C. BRATTON A. T. COLLIER For City Alienor and Collector: A. D. STOKES For City Attorney: JNO. W. MOYERS For Alderman Ward a: C. S. ALEXANDER J. B. LOVELADY For A Idem an Ward 3: * j; h. carothers Col. M. W. Buster visited Abi- lene Tuesday. The flowers will bloom in the spring, tra la. At the Opera House, March 17, ha! kal Peter Radford of Whitt was in the city Monday. . Prank Porter keeps all kinds of iresh garden seed. Read the new ad of A. M. Hol- linger & Co. in this issue. Chas. Rutledge left today for Sweetwater his future home. Bradly and. Brown Cultivator lor sale by Lowe Hardware Co. Charley Haynes is in the city after an absence of several months: Lee Christian'...

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