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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

" _ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, DEC EM IIEK 5. 1907. [!♦.- yes- iken was Ei- m e. BARGAINS IN PIANOS Of Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. Since a piano as a rule costs more tliun any other ^ single piece of furniture that goer int the home, V and since a vast majority of ihe people who buy V "once for all," the purchase of one ought to be V given serious consideration and the make selected with the utmost caution. Some people trnice their selections on the strength of the salesman's representations, o r the opiniou of some unscrupulous person paid to PiSi" upon the merits of the instrument, which, in many cases, has not even received the indorse- ment of obscure musicians, much less one of note; but when a Kimball, or an Estey, or a Camp & Co., is se- lected for the home, the school, the church, or any other place, for that matter, you are purchasing an instrument unrivalled in "tone, touch and durabil- ity,'' recommended and used by the wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

v V v , ■■'-. , -f.>- 0^'^^'" <r^pr-*w *i . -T PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. mm W. Perkins, Walter II. Wilton, Editors. I'ubllNiicn and 1'roprletor*. \ " m Entered as second-class mail matter. To subacrib«r ~Th« date primed oppoalte your utmc on the inarvln of th«> paper or ou the wrapper IMkmWa the time lo which your sub- scription i* paid AH aubacrtpttona eiptrr on the rtrwt of <H* inanth. Any aubsoribsr not receiving the paper regularly will pleaae notify u . Vi' i do not a nd receljrta for money paid on autumrtpttona, but credit (fun* on (dip taiaooed to pap^r, if OTMht in uot abown on nlt|> In ton da> from date of rennttiui c, notify tu> ofllee. One Copy CNio Year Keep busy. You will not only be nunc useful, but more cheerful. Trade with McKinney merchants ut d get the most for your money. Get your poultry ready for the poultry sh« w December 10 and 11. Keep In mind tho daieH of the poultry show, December X, 10 and 11. Begin to make your Christmas se- lections ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

: DECEMBER 8. 1 07. YA y i a ft 2 0 ur- o* g 1 i oBl ? O 0°* a B- § /as 5Sjs Co I I V I' 11 8 a|« *« < c. < <S o s* *♦ s °* I .•jtlred Baltic* Wanted. •: 1 ~~ November issue Tlx* •: tiirted a Chi Id-Rescue ho bringing Into the * icds a child the child ; home. Then* are two • k In America thai Know I ■i that children bring. Jr>,000 children In New ■ . «J w,l° k«<>w not w hat \ 'C "S o this campalKn with To ask strangers to heae little ones equally m seemed daring In- o could appeal to only ...men, the million homes ' The Delineator goes not W"S of all the homes in 1 'wintry. Caution made ptory of only two. We t>ven these tnlnht not be ' iVVe doubted the great- great American heart, ami we are nshuinod. ..hundred eager hands v been extended. Three tlen13 for these little y homeless little one ~ been received through Women have come for nto our building unking lous ones; men have housnnd miles to beg home*. We told their haril |M i'H fey sbj iav 3W story; we appeal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

rrw m * 1 v MpT THE WEBKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZfcTTE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1907. 1 RYAN WILL ACCEPT IFDEMOCRATSCALL HIM m i WILLIAM J. BRYAN, FROM A LATE PHOTOGUAPIL WHllam .1. Bryan will accept the Democratic nomination for Presi- dent In 1 ft A s, but h«> will neither i^k for nor make a tight for II. He says that for a year or more he has been pressed to answer the question "Will you accept the Domination?" and he believes ibe public is en- titled to an answer and to know the position he occupies. The eiuestlon ihat ought to weigh most, he says, is whether bis nomination will strengthen the Democratls party more than the nomination of some one else. Not only will he not seek or ask for the nomination, but will not as- sume to decide the question of avail ibility and if the prise falls to an- other he will neither lie disappointed nor. disgruntled. At the same time he denies that be has waited this long in a desire to sec whom the Republicans are likely to nominate or to ascertaiu the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

BARGAINS! fl Such as no man, woman or child ever dreamed of even in ,the wildest moment of their economicalldesires. Come and join the vast crowd of buyers that will surely jam and pack this store from early morning until night during the holidays. Revel with them in the fun of saving from FOURTH TO ONE-THIRD on every dollar you spend. There can be but one place to buy useful articles for presents—that's here. The purchasing power of a dollar was never greater than it will be at our store during December. The Best is None too y fy.j § Good for Our Customers You Can Find It at the J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Co W ft ■■■ $75,000:Worth High Grade Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Millinery Will Go. Don't waste your money in buying worthless toys to be broken and lost erel the holidays pass. Purchase useful articles of apparel—nice enough for any gift, but at the same time of practical benefit. This should be^the aim of every present. We could mention in de- tail the item...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

t tJ W nrracn\T-a.\'/KT a—mm WOODCRAFT I i O'Possums and Persimmons Galore, Plenty of Slew, • «—Enough for you And Me—and then some More. Woodcruft, the Ure«t Order found- ed by the common people, for the common people, and run by the com- mon people—the real bone mid ylnew of this great republic. If you please- has indeed a strong hold In the greatest county, In the greatest •tate in the Union—-Texas. There were 112,780 members of this order In Texan In good standing on Oct- ober 3lHt pant; 2725 of theHe being in Collin county, devided Into 4 1 camps. Thus Texas leads In mem- bership, and Collin county in num- ber of Woodmen and Woodmen r.umps of any county in the whole state. This more than swells the bosom of every true Woodman in the whole county, and iih our order is but yet In her infancy, who can half foretell the future? Fifth Annual Pi «t. The writer wjis fortunate in being present at the fifth annual fewst ot Cotton Wood Camp No. 274. Farm- ersvllle, Texas, on Thanksgiving...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

J C* O O TYT> J juuui/ir M wmmm—mmmm Established 50 Years • i CHRISTMAS GIFTS ■a DIAMOND RINGS ranging in price from $8.00 to S200.00 WATCHLS ranging in price from SI.00 to $80.00 I t J —=B ♦ H a X We have a SPLCIAL WATCH in'Ladies or Gents size. 20 year filled case,^ with Y Llgin or Waltham Movements at S12.50 f Solid Col l SIGNET RINGS from 11.50 to S8 50 ~~ X Ladies and Gents FANCY SLT RINGS from SI.75 up * ? x ❖ t ? y v t T Our show cases are filled with beautiful things in— JLWLLRY, SILVLR, CUT GLASS, UMBRLLLAS, FANCY CLOCKS, NOYLLTILS, LTC. —suitable for Presents Our long business career has taught us how to select th/ most desirable and BLST QUALITY of goods in our line. Com? in and make selections early, o We will lay a side articles for you if you make a small deposit. D. Goodin, the Jeweler * Y v ? Y T t ? Y Y ❖ f f ❖ t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t t f v TRADES DAY Secretary W. B. Curium of the ''omuierclal Clutahas named the fol- lowing judges for the exhi 1)11m on Hit' three Trade...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

—WT- THK WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZET TE. THURSDAY, DECEMBBR 5. 19 07 > ■ $ I m wy 11 Q ml* % yjsi h Glad Holidays The Holiday season is again upon us and the happy gift making day must be prepared for. Where to buy is sometimes a hard question to settle satisfactorly. Let us help you with a few- suggestions. Come to see our stock. It is one of the largest, best assorted and most up-to- date ever shown in McKinney. Come here and there will be no disappointment either in quality or price. We please any purse. The Old, the Young, the Big, the Small can find suitable articles of worth and joy to convey to loved ones or friends: Silverware Diamonds and watches at wholesale prices Toilet Sets. Umbrellas Parasols Solid gold Goods . Sterling Silver Sets Vases Dolls of all kinds Toys of all kinds Christmas Books for old and young Calendars and pictures A fine line of Fancy Candies ,a r M SIP \ [/ Wi i V- * rm fS \ x ( \% j "A \ "i ' \\ S rf W u SNA*? I * /t V(\ I W -1vV I MERRY XIVIAS BC.LL is ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

iW? mm w mm V w i ! | ♦ * ♦ f •:• 4 « • ♦ •> * ♦> ♦ 2 ♦> •> •> •> A + •J" + * * + + ♦> * * ♦ •> *> •> W. H. MjAridfWi Matthews BIG DAYLIGHT STORE Cordially invites you to make your headquarters with them Next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, At the meeting of the Collin County Poultry Breeders' Association and three days Commercial Club Meeting rji Over-stocked, and the money panic has "hit us hard/- hence we will of- fer you new, fresh clean goods at such prices that you will be amazed. Exceptional bargains will be given the entire three days next week, and we will be more than pleased to have you call. Extra "Special Prices on MATTHEWS BROS BIO DAYMQHT STORK. McKINNEY. TEXAS. AT. J P. C. Matthews of Caija Is in uU city today the guest of bin brother, W H. Matthews. ft W. N. Cato of near Anna orders the big Weekly-Deinocrat-Gazette. We hope he will like the paper. T. H. Lair, living on Allen, route 3. was in to see ua. He la a tine young man. Glad to hav...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

THB WBBKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZBTTS. THURSDAY, DBCKMBKK 5, 1107. wmmmm—mmm s or lite. Ith", | out | li>4 | lak the |om. the iv«* DR. J. A. CALDWELL'S PRIVATE SANITARIUM A pleasant home for his patients, fully equipped with all modern appliances for the treatment of Rheumatism, Ner- vousness, Eczema, Ulcers, Tumors, Stomach Diseases, Ca- tarrh, Piles and Ruptures without knife. Contageous Blood Poison, Consumption, Bladder, Liver and Rectal Trouble, Varicocele, Hydrocle, Chronic Diseases of Women. CANCER A SPECIALTY I have associated with me M. V. Mayfield, a Cancer Spe- cialist from the East, who has treated Cancers successfully for twenty-eight years. Ten years hospital work exclu- sively for Cancers, Old Sores and Ulcers. :::::: DR. J. A. CALDWELL'S PRIVATE SANITARIUM Rt - that \ rltkn West Side Square, McKinney, Texas. J A LAIU.'K FAMILY. of ri htm w- im. no |t «k kr Ith# Icorl . W. Stevenson of Cppcr llowlrtt Muy Ih1 I'rlw Winner. O. W. Stevenson of Upper How- Jtt, came In to renew f...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

TH WEEKLY DKMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6. 19 OT. 'rv-:7 ■%> S-?wJPsifws™KS*,:T KSPf' "QUALITY CORNER Joe Mr. Barnes Will C. Gerrish Canned peaches dessert: Jcscob _ tew:.*': ■gwwam MSMNBMBB IKSSKfF1 I FOR RELIEF OF EXISTING I FINANCIAL SITUATION F j I ■ Date, Nov. 28, 1907 Dear Friend: I don't think there is any- thing- nicer for dessert at sup- per than two nice big slices of canned peaohes. The juice is good too, Mama has canned peaches or canned something for dessert very often, because it isn't any trouble. Your friedn, Jacob. P. S. You can get a whole big can of peaches or any kind of fruit for a few cents at BARNES & GERRISH Groceries and Produce Phones 94 and 52it. ..... . . McKinney, Texas M VINtfY GROVE NO. li. Mrs. Sum McGee of Sanger was in our community last week. Osrnr Rains and wife of near Princeton were visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, last Sunday. School is progressing nicely under the management of Prof. Anderson. There are forty p...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

THE WBBKLY DBMOCRAT-GAZgTTB. THURSDAY. DBCKMBBR 5, 1«0*. 5CRATCflj noppobi UPf. ! CURLS SKIN AND OOTAMOI flCALP TBOUfiltal OtATM TO *tD BUG *o ecuRt rr When your hand* crack open and bleed uae "Hooper's Tetter Cure." Dandruff is a germ disease. "Hooper'i Tetter Cure" is the greatest germ destroyer known. Why suffer with Tetter, Ecremu, Itch, or any kind of j skin disesse when "Hooper's Tetter Cure" is guaran- teed to cure. Ask your druggist. Standing on the feet causes them to blister, sweat, swell, ache, and become tender. "Hooper's Tetter Cure" stops these troubles at once. Try it and you will tell others. Manufactured By Hoopeh Medicine Co. (Inc). Dallas, Texas. Big Clearance Sale on Wall Paper and Picture Frames MUST REDUCE STOCK I'ii|ht your rooms and have your pictures framed, "that's the lime," now. Come early and get choice of hai'KaiiiM. Complete stock of window glass, varnishes and paints of best t|iialily, K'niranteed. * CITY DRUG STORE ? | ft. E. Bristol I y y O "In Busi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

■1,1 , J I.J'I'. '.I... THIS WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 5, 19 07. ■ ■ - 9 & H* m m sy i f* FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY [The glad holidays are here once more. "Christmas comes but once a year and why not all be merry." Dont slight a single member of your loved ones—from grandfather to grandchild. We can help you. Our mammoth stock offers you just the gift you want for each particular person—suitable for a Christmas present and useful long after the holidays are past. :::::: : : •rhii s ivorl u? col or | irr ii u l( hit port Xi'jf.i l I Karpen Furniture When you buy an article bear- ing the Karpen trade mark you [have the acme of perfetion in up- holstered goods. What would be nicer for a good substantial present [than anything from this line? We have a splendid showing and the [prices are really low, quality of the goods considered. f CATTLE PRIZE window SEE THEM M3£S0/V (irontest v Furniture. In other articles of f ur n i t u r e both fancy and plain, we call...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

fe;; 'i* iW '.'. i :x„ j MuR li PROFESSIONAL DEPARTMENT CARDS OF VARIOUS PROFES- SIONS GROUPKD FOK YOUR CONVENIENCE. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC lavltrd to Colu inn■ in Which Are Notices of IHntor*, Dentists, liAHjm, Notaries. Etc. -5 T. H. Bryant, House. Phone 203. Dentist. Foote McKinney. Dp. J. O. N. Sn ItOi, Dentist. Up- stairs over Abbott's Book Store, Mc- Kinney, Texas. Dr. Ionia Kate Wynne, Osteopath. Mallow building, southwest corner square. Phones, office 162; resi- dence 237. Dr. E. L. liurton, Specialist, eye, ear, nose and throat, McKinney, Texas. Foote House. James Lewis, Veterinary Surgeon. Prompt attention; office phone 339; North Kentucky street, McKinney, Texas. Dr. W. E. Rurkf-i, office in Foote House, second floor, northwest cor- ner. Phones, Office 40; residence 177. Dr. J. E. Hunter, upstairs north- east corner of square. Phones: Of- fice, 97; residence 653. McKinney, Texas. F. (J. Hedges, Dentist, upstairs over Collin County National bank. Residence phone 28; office phon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 December 1907

m In '^"ipLF i S W m'' V: : 1 i * W ' ' .. > 1 TWKNTY-FOURTH YEAR, NO. 44. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAH, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 131. 1U07. SIXTEEN PAGES. OR PAVHIS PUBLIC SQUARE In response to the call of the Commercial Club a fair-sized crowd assembled In the district court room Priday to dlacuBS the matter of k paving the public square and princi- pal business streeth. The meeting was called to order by President K. ®. Carpenter and a record of the meeting was kept by Secretary W. B. Carnes. Mr. Carpenter stated the object of the meeting and Introduced Mr. Carnes, secretary of the Com- mercial Club, who made a short talk and was followed by Mayor Dog- gett, Judge Church, E. W. Kirk Pat- rick, Howell E. Smith, J. L. White, County Commissioner W/. M. Bur- gess, Alderman J. D. Mass and oth- ers,* all of whom made interesting and enthusiastic talks 011 the sub- ject, and expressed the hope that permanent results would follow the meeting. The consensus of opinion was that If the count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 December 1907

E&7 W** ISM LY DSMOCKA' PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Torn W. Perkins, Wallt-r II. Wilson^ Editor*. Publishers and ProprMor*. u ■■ 1 1 Entered as aecoud-class mall nutter. HW t * To eubaertber* The datr printed cppoalte your name nn ihr margin of the i>a|ier or wrapper Indicate the time to which ; the wrapper Indlcattm the time to which your sub- script urn U putd Alt aubwrlptiona expire on the ilna of the mootti. Any nubwrlber ool rwwlvlng tbe paper regularly will please notify u We do not s< nd rw)lpU for mono)' paid on aubacrlptlona, l>ut cr< ult Mine on allp attached to paper, If oredit Is not nbown on lll> In ten day* from date Of remittance, notify lhi office Clue < «P> C)iw Yeur a.-i. l 91.(N> Congress Is In session, and both parlies seem afraid la tackle tbe liVti ihSlieS. Try speaking a kindly and en- couraging word to those with whom you come In contact. It will make you feel better as wall as others. Scatter a lit I le sunshine; help those who cann...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 December 1907

MEDIGiNt MlN ELECT OFFICERS l'he annual meeting of the Collin < oiintv Medical Society held I)eccmher Urd 111 the rooms of the Society. at the Collin County Sanitarium. Dr Davis of Princeton, ih< president. presiding and Mr. E. I«. Uiiitiin of tills city, the secretary, nt his de^k. There wag a large at- tendance from every portion of the county. This be inn the datt* of the annmi) election of nfflcerH, no pro gram was carried out, but the elec- tion of officers for the ensuing year wiih taken up, resulting as follows; Dr .1 K. Gibson, M< Kinney, pres- ident : Dr. C. P, Mayes, Climax, vice president; Dr. J. W. Largent, Mc- Kinney, secretary ami treasurer. Dr. .1 E. Hunter of this city was elected delegate to the meeting of the Stai<> Medical Society, to lie held at Corpus Chriati next May, and Dr. Mendenhall of Piano was elected al- ternate. L'ETTFH I'ltOM \\ \SHI\GTON. Information ('oiieerning Govern* meiil Service and Oilier Thing* i) Bureau C„ Dec, of Statistic;;, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 December 1907

mm*- w THE WEKKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZKT TE, THURSDAY. DECEMBER. IS. 1 #07. . BARGAINS IN PIANOS Of Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. For Weak SENATOR CULBERSON LEADER OF MINORITY Since a piano as a rule costs more than any other A single piece of furniture that goes int. the home, ? and since a vast majority ot the people who buy v a v - 11 f ii ' A. 1^ Z t once for all," the purchase of one ought to be given serious consideration and the make selected with the utmost caution. Some people nuice their selections on the strength of the salesman's representations, o r the opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to 4*PiM" upon the merits of the instrument, which, in many cases, has not even received the indorse- ment of obscure musicians, much less one of note; but when a Kimball, or an Estey, or a Camp & Co., in se- lected for the home, the school, the church, or any other place, for that matter, you are purchasing an instrument unrivalled in "tone, touch and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 December 1907

M ,,,, . —- UCCES5FUL PLOWING C*n be cconi|>ti«be<l, •" •«*«•«>"■ an<1 under «l! con- dition*, by the Marrrm Flow. Ii i tr cle « i>low nut will lut a lifetime. flt.M b(j -o on «i*> miiiki-t lor h« UwB tried and proved, and la. beyond qiu ti..n. the ■>uip«- i. I perfect and luoat |m>|miUI ridiui plow ol Ha dans Mow in uae. THE P. A O. CANTON SUCCESS PLOW .Jl- * ' A • 5, v Hi ft to the Sefct ■n't dhrap.-a|^ilo fof ib«" lollowinir l Jjoe« the Mme W«t I a* uiowTtliat c<*t l[t#i|d*l 0 «'i*- It co i fexf Umn oibrr riduitf plows b * '■ cauir It IS mad<- ol fewar |uru. Ou account ol iuImviui; fe**r P>'t* « won! net out oi order. Plows iwt out of order hceanxe tbev are compllcati-d. TIk- Hiirrrm isn't complicated tt'a M>ry aim pie. A plow that won't wet out of order ta wimt you w.iiii. ian't it.' You would call aucli a plow atrnaf and durable. That'a wliv the Succea* Plow n named Being leaa e*|wnalve limn oilier*, doini: hr*t ris** woik, poftacsnini; the e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 December 1907

jt-yV if" K; f-f-. tr J-'Seiki % * . , if! WEMCLT DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, DECEMBER, IS. 1907. \ COIMING! fast as Reindeers can travel. Good old Santa Claus has designed this Store as head- quarters for all Christ- mas Toys. Comytf: Christ man present that are worth your money: Dolls, dolls, dolls 5c to K." Rubber (IoIIh and animals 25c to :t5c Bin Jot of games IOc Handkerchief and collar boxes I 5c to $2.00 Beautiful albums 25c to . . . . #r .oo Indian headn each 05c Indian Moccasins for ladies . . Comb and brush sets for ladles or gentlemeu. Opera bans, gold bags, music hold- ers ii.~ c Practical Xmas Gifts. Now for the more useful pres- ents we will suggest the following: Splendid line of furs, nothing nicer or more useful, very cheap at $1. 12 *1.00, Ktc. Ladles doakr, the long 50-Inch kind, tan. brown and black at on- ly HW.50 up (Worth double almost.) Xmas Battenburg. Nice line of Battenburg pieces very cheap. Uattenburg handkerchiefs, one in box; children's handker- chiefs...

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