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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

EVERY THURSDAY r. IVrklns, Walter II. WlUon, I'ubllotM'rx and Proprietor!*. {; dMity v _ |- %4 liAdMluIr, AmdHhIc KdKur. as second-cluss mail matter. To subscribers—The date printed opposite on tbn margin of the t>ap«r or on the r indicate* the time to wnlch your *ub- ptton Is paid All antworiptlon* expire on the j of the month Any subscriber not rwHvlnu paper regularly will please notify us. We do not send receipts for money paid on _ubscriptlon , but orwdlt ssme on slip attached to paper, If cn-dit la not shown on slip In ten " jrs from date of remittanoc, notify this office. Oa« Copy One Year . . Vl.OO Have you split-log dragged any of late? If not, why not? Christmas is close at hand, get your sock ready for Santa Claus. Texas will contribute to the gay- ety of nations during the year of our Lord 1#08. Before another fifty years have passed awu.v every foot of tillable land will be needed to feed our peo- ple. Dallas district. Col. BUI la a Hoe man. has a head chock full of g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

' Jem* THK WEEKLY DKMOCRAT-OAZBTTK, THURSDAY, DECEMiiER 1 , 1907. SENATOR; BAILEY BUSY FOR PUBLIC BUILDING LETTERS TO SANTA GLAUS k 1 ol : i 11 ill se lit! Ir 111# It* In v fax I }th |1 c- «r l<u set Ing lur- lull ler- lls leal lent I nil Inee It ho Ind- )lttt In lil lafM rtfc, It ho July Irs ho mil lay. far- big lim- lliey The following letter* to Santa 4'laUK, cure thin office, have been re- ceived : MeKlnnev, Santp Claus: write aiul tel First, 1 want a large Btor and a (argot besides lots am 6 yearn friend, P. a. Be engine. Tex., Dec. 17. Dear I thought I would I you what to bring me. a tire engine, hone cart, y hook, express wagon Kitn; tjiat Ik all I want of fruit and randv. 1 old. From your little ITU. RICHARDSON*. Mire and bring (lie lire Senator Joseph W. Hulloy who has Introduced a bill for the erection of Mix public buildings In Texas, with M ( Kinney heading the list. The prospects for McKinney's se- curing a first-class Federal building are growing brighter and bright...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

£J A'i" ; ,A "n ' ,, , n w ■ ■ . ■ * tW • 41 v H 1$# #r ; r ' J jlllimi, ; ,i .... SA^^Wi? DEMOCRAT-qAZETTH:. THUR8PAY. DBCBMBBR It. 1907. <r «* A yj r FOR EVER7 MEMBER OF THE FAMIL Y Gifts that thrill are of many classes—those that shine but do no practical good, those that are useful but not ornate and those that combine beauty, form and splendor with comfort, utility and convenience. The class of Christmas surprises that now brighten the wide floors of this store are jewels in the form of Christmas Chairs, Tables, Bookcases, Music Cases and Writing Desks. Christmas Sideboards and China Closets, gorgeous presents in Turkish Rockers, Davenports, etc. We believe that the people generally are more apt to be thrilled with de- light over beautiful gifts of things they need than over those that are empty ornaments, just as the farmer is more thankful for the grace of saving rain upon his corn field than for rainbows to look at. Why not make a departure from the purchase of trivail an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THt'RSOAY. UEt'KMHKU. l . 11M>7. has returned here she hue time. nd children of i the home of r. 8. Hut noil. wife returned to envllle thin eve- nt visit to friends / Melissa, route 1, ve hl« name enroll- The Democrat-(la- J 90S. ThunkH. A best is here from odor has u multitude /u ghoul Collin. scores right here lu the coun- Miter of Piano, route 1. iks for a remittance on Jon to The Democrat- lie Carpenter* are all jams and M.—44. Johnson ellssn, were pleusant vlslt- r office today. Mr. Sams 12 on subscription to The ;-Gazetfe, pushing hi* date nuary I, 1909. turkeys are being offered on rket, getting ready for the '8. They are bringing 7 1-2 per pound. We'll take a i on subscription. if brought in eek. We are hungry. H. Hale, of Allen, route 1, wan on business today and culled on o leave $2 on his subscription to j Democrat-Gazette. Silver dol- s look like cart wheels, when ristmas 1b so near al baud We ank you, Mr. Hale J. P. Rollins, a mighty good...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

' ' I* iHMHBHHHHHIHI BY YAQUIS Walter B and l*roprteton . lanwUlo, AwMN'tolt* Editor. Bntered u second-class mall matter. T0 Mil«orlben—The date printed opposite veer uw on the margin of Ihe p p*r or on tb« wrspiKtr indicate* th«tlnw to wntcti your ub- •ortpUtM to paid. AH aubacrtptton* axplre on th« tint of the month. Any aubacribar not receiving the paper regularly will pleaae notify u . Tp do aot aend reoetpu tor money paid on nubmriptwrnfi, but credit aame on alip attached to paper, if credit Is not shown on alip In ten lya from date of remittance, notify thla offloe. One Copy One Y«ar 91.00 Don't delay longer, do (pour Christ- mas shopping at once. Our Fighting Hob has gone, to the Orient. Here's hoping he'll do bus- iness. Grading 1ms been resumed along the intururban right of way, and thus the good work goes on. Remember, please, the poor, on Christmas day. If you do, all Tex- as editors will get presents. I The Congressional Record Is com- ing to this office dally, through t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

m 4 in. Lilly of fells for the he Kiev per line, licit- the le- Iwtll (like re- roiM 11 wo his jlu m |Th* to- luve 1 the | '*11 - his lay I >ui - Inns IllHt I are (in him at- I in I IK'S |op- a KP« - on la- a Si SURPRISE THEIR FRIENRS A wedding which came In the na- ture of a surprise to moHt or the niMQy friend* of the contracting Hur- tles. took place at the home of Mr. and Mr«. J. Perry Burrus at 6:30 o'clock p. ni. Tuesday when Mr. Wal- ter Howell and Miss Louise Atkin- hou were united in marriage. In the presence of a few relatives and close friends the appointed hour the bridal liarfr entered the parlors of this el- egm home: First little Misses Cajerlne Burrus and Virginia Grfles. flower girls; then the attend- auB Mr. Edgur Johnson and Miss \V& Stiff, and following these the i>rH)palH, who, standing before Dr. K^HKiuK. pastor of the First Bap- ti^Hiurcb. took upon themselves tl^Hbvectlv solemn vows that unit - f^Htlr lives Id a loving and endur- IflKlou. >r cong...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

* f, , - . . , laHiP p. *vm /■ IE MMMf I m > two remarkable feature.—re- Jthe fact that auch Godappointod circum- stances abould be ailywlae unusual notworthy. One was an Interview with Mad- ame Schumann-Helnk, the world- famous Ringer, who is the mother of eight children and who tnakea this declaration; 1 am ho happy when I can go about with a dustcloth in my hand «y get iuto my big apron and cook what the children like, and they ihink I can do it better than any- body else. My great ambition In my children. If I can make the world say, "Schumann-Helnk has raised a good, useful family, then cau 1 go to my Ood and know I have lived well. When the newspaper! and the critics nay 1 understand. 1 think maybe 1 do, and I know where I learned —it was from my children: arid if I am an artist It is because 1 am ft rat a mother. There Is much In America now ubout the women not being mothers. Well, if I could speak the English so I could make them know, I would go up and down America and t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

V/f THE WEEKLY DBlfOCRAT-OAZHTTE, THURSDAY, DKCE.MBKK 1 . 1807. SPECIAL Prices on Holiday Goods Dolls sure and see us before buying [Dolls Dressed 25c Dolls Dressed 35c BDolls Dressed 50c )olls Dressed 75d ra large siac washable worth Dolls 45eto 60e |Doll Buggies, Go-Carts Ited doll Go-Carts, iron tires /heels, regular 50e 35c ited Doll Buggies regular 75c 50c ited Doll Buggies with parasol, ►red red, blue etc, worth 1.35 90© Ireatly reduced prices on iron 's, toy Trains, Engines etc. Novelties. Wood ncveltics, McKinney Souv- enirs in match holders, smoking sets etc 15c Shell noveltier, McKinney Souven- irs, Pin Cushions, match ^holders, etc., for. 15c Glass novelties in Tooth pick hold- ers, Toy Banks, Trunks, Grips 10c China Ware. Salad Bowls 15c to $2.50 Cake Plates 25c to $3.50 All French, German hand paint- ed ware ONE-HALF PRICE. Special prices on all Japanese ware. Furniture. _ur Furniture department con- ins many useful and appropriate fts. Our line of Rockers is _>od ra...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

> I mm, ■ / ■ -. ■ lly Judge !• ! • F«>rxuMHi of Denton toMHty w fift 1 * fef. m X ■ • ■'■ *'"■ It. IMT The following account of an un- sutcessful attempt to avenge the death of friends and neighbors who wore killed by Indians Ik written by ex-County Judge I. D. Ferguson of Denton county. brother of John II. Ferstison of tliIm city, and In front the Deut on Record and Chronicle. Judge Forgusou waa one the prln- ver creek, with ItM dark gray llue of timber on our right. The redoubled fury of this storm drove um Into thin timber for shelter and camp, and we liatl to stay here two days and nights before wo could travel again. The temperature being 15 degrees be- low zero, we lost no time in building a fire when wo reached the timber. olpal •fighters. The events told 1 The flra||ntghl nine head of horses about occurred shortly after the us- j froze to death. When the weather moderated we started on to Fort Sill. Hassination « f the Khenen family by it band of India us: In the mont...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

THB WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZBTTE. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1907 iPfivate Sa.nita.tium ■KB A pleasant home for his patients, fully equipped with all modern appliances for the treatment of Rheuma- tism, Nervousness, Eczema, Ulcers, Tumors, Stomach Diseases, Catarrh, Contageous Blood Poison, Con- sumption, Bladder and Liver, Piles, Ruptures, Rectal Trouble, Varicocele, Hydrocle, Chronic Diseases of Women, all treated without knife. CANCER TREATMENT OUR SPECIALTY I have associated with me M. V. Mayfield, a Cancer Specialist from the East, who has treated Cancers suc- cessfullyfor twenty-eight years. Ten years hospital work exclusively for Cancers, Old Sores and Ulcers. Cancer CuiiiI, Iii 1902 I wits suffering with Can- cer <>n, iny instep. It had become alarming. I was treated and cured by Dr. Jus. A. Caldwell, McKinney, Texan. Can recommend his treat- ment to any one suffering v ith Can- cer. Don't put ii off. Procrastina- tion. we know, is the thief of time. No signs of return. Dec. 19...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

I Across Street • After 16 years in one «tandt I have moved my grocery store just across the street in front of Allen*s Meat Market. BETTER THAN EVER Am better located than ever to serve my trade. With thanks for past patronage, and hoping to merit your continued favors, JI am yours to serve. \ J. M. Andrews j | GROCERIES AND PRODUCE I * ? * Phone No. 34, — McKinney, Texas. * ♦ ♦ * •> *:• ❖ •> •> •? <• *:• •> •> <. •? Twenty Years' Experience Making Flour! WhiteBillows is not madtrby guess, hut by CAREFUL, EARN- *• EST efforts of SKILLFUL "MECHANICS. Do you know of anything that exceeds you in some- thing you have been doingforjTWENTY YEARS? •- We know HOW to make WHITE BILLOWS ± and want YOU to use it. COLLIN COUNTY MILL & ELEVATOR CO. .. P. S. An long as they last you may secure our lf 08 Calen- dar, by cutt « tin* letter "W" from 4H-pound hag, and pre- Mcnling at our offlef, or untiling the "W" to us with 4c in stamp* to cover cost of postage; and your ad...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

THE WKKKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, Dl&BMBKK 19, 1907 K N I G H T S ,v ;-I' * * f * Only a few more days till XMAS. We are greatly over-stocked and must unload by Dec. 25. Our house is filled with Xmas Presents that are most appropriate and useful. You will find just the right goods and at lower prices than elsewhere during our Great Xmas Cut-Price Sale. DECEMBER I3TH II DAYS SPECIAL SELLING 11 DAYS, CLOSING DECEMBER 2STH G H T S MANY-MOST APPROPRIATE XMAS PRESENTS-PRICED VERY CHEAP X-mas Dolls—Special. Save money on Dolls here. 10 doz. fine undressed kid Dolts. Sell else- where at 50c each. Our OKf* cut-price each Www Sample Belts. 10 doz. ladies' sample Belts, assorted styles and colors. Worth 25c to J50e each. On sale choice of the 4 lot only I Ww Chillis' Pretty Toques. Big assortment, white and colored. The finest winter head gear '«?li,tlefiirls.25c ;ind 50c Ladies* Nice Shawls. Just the thing for wife, mother or sis- ter—one of those pretty Shawls. Knights are selling ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZBTTK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1907. m CHRISTMAS SPECIAL PICTURES SPECIAL PRICES For the Holidays II. i . mouzon ) 'Un'iy HMtsiiitlTTLiriiff ^r« J WOOD & CAMP Construction Co. Compliments of the Season We Wiiut to serve you during 1! uk. sll3 JOHN D. PACE n Old-TimeOld Line Fire Insurance *Agent. Only IUmI Com pit hu-n 11 c |nc n<-ii I eel l'niroiiii|Vr Solicited 52 Xmas Presents for only $1.00. WeekIy Democrat-(Gazette 313 Xmas Presents for only $5.00 i f Daily Cdtirier-Gazette mwmmmi J. A. WATKHS Sells only Good S II 6 K s Cheeves Bros. & Company ; Extend a Merry Xmas i Many thanks for your 1907 patronage. We ask a continuation for 1908 ■imiwiiiii 11 McKIfyNEY ICE & COAL CO. Phone 77 for the best LUMP COAL in town itMhinii Strictly all solid, the most complete line of y=\ nice Footwear in the city. N. E. S uarf w- & Q: COM K To t)i«' North >iile ItarlKif Shop for lirst-cIhsk work. I lest Workmen. lot ;iii<I <*ol«l liatliH Only showe...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 December 1907

ilSSBMIffiiSlil In! PLOWING Can be Mcomptuhrd. la all «c«iom and under all con- dition*. bf «W Md< rri « Plow. It m a tramei<^« lUuw that will laat a litelwo. It 1ij txvti on Me nmikft to; yraia, t aa l *«n tried and proved, arid it, tvvond guc tun, the juia"**'. ui«at ported and wuat poimur riding flow ol in claaa now in iim. THE P. & O. CANTON SUCCESS PLOW la th* beat und rh™pi-*t nlow lor the following reaann*: It doea the aamo work mxr/hirrr, ^Tai •> «o..« n.^ v^n b rmiaa- it m m.i«k of fewer parta. On account of ua liaviutf 4ow«r | art* It wont KCt out ol order. flows k!«M cmt of ordrr U-cauwt tliey are cwnpllrited. Tl - Uttrreaa iw't complicated—it'* M ty s.anp)e. A Wow tlmt won't get out of order la wUat you want, isn't it/ Vou would cull audi a |>low Ntrwni mill duruulr. That'* why the buirt-ns flow i named "IH'C'CKHH", Bolnif If** enpenaive than oilier*, doing hrst rla** work, poases^ini: the e *en tial qualities ol strength and durability, the Nnrress ricac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 December 1907

. ctnocrat- flBNTY-FOUBTH YEAR, NO. 4«. McKINNKY, COLLIX UOUNTV, TUX AH, THI HSI>A V, DKCKMIIKU I1M>7. «*>jg |jjj .jwr* J ■■ •; Km Ugo ineyl iote! 1 thf Thi tte« heat] T1 1 di< thai th< tha dou< II. i> hit gen It th I the |ewa| tm o lit hi jnior I o a lia th tills tort ]n o' luttei 1 way wt! ant lead wil Irora and jfortti of SAVE THE ROYALL HOUSE A recent Issue of the Dallas Xhwh outained a lengthy and Interesting rticle concerning the historic Roy- House in Medford, and the ef- nts being made to Have It from de- duction. I he estate having boen vlded Into house, lots and placed on 6 market. In July 1 t>G the Met- politau Improvement League In an peal to historic and patriotic so- etles, and to all Individuals Inter- ted, to unite In a movement for lie preservation of this place, said part: "The Royal! place is celebrated uh e most Important and interesting ample of fine old colonlul country sldences in the metropolitan dls- ict. Besides Its Interest as the m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 December 1907

2«. lfOT. Across Street M1 m '* L; After 16 years in one standt I have moved my grocery store just across the street in front of Allen's Meat Market. BETTER THAN EVER Am better located than ever to serve my trade. With thanks for past patronage, and hoping to merit your continued favors, I am yours to serve. J. M. Andrews a GROCERIES AND PRODUCE Phone No. 34, McKInney, Texas # * * t * * t Twenty Years* Experience Making Flour! :: WhiteBillows is jiot made by guess, hut by CAREFUL, EARN- EST efforts of SKILLFUL MECHANICS. Do you know of anything that exceeds you in some- thing you have been doing for TWENTY YEARS? We know HOW to make WHITE BILLOWS and want YOU to use it. COLLIN COUNTY MILL & ELEVATOR CO. I*. S. As long us they lust you may sccurc our 1008 Calen- dar, by cutting the Idler "\V" from a IM-poiintl hag. au<l pre- senting at our ofllee, or mailing the "W" to us, with 4c in stamps to cover eost of postage; and your address. Calendars mailed in December. j\Ve I^kai>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 December 1907

, THE WEEKLY BKMOCR AT-G A75ETTB, THURSDAY, DffCKMISKR 2! ■ '#q T 0. 907. 0.00 a.-jo 5.98, 0.00 8.28 OONT 6CRATCI! nOOWbTHTWl m. CUR 15 I WIN D OCT AND aCALP TPOUBLtt Math to red bug Wjt CUBt Hi i. i, When your hands crack open and bleed use "Hooper's Tetter Cure." Dandruff is a germ disease. "Hooper's Tetter Cure" is the greatest germ destroyer known. Why suffer with Tetter, Eczema, Itch, or any kind of skin disease 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 Hooptu Medicine Co. (Inc). Dallas, Texas. K. K. mil > < • asl- J.' lis, Da- M. D. BARGAINS IN PIANOS Of Undisputed Merit—Also Talking chines and Sewing Machines. Ma Since a piano as a rule easts more than any other single })i«ce of furniture fcfeat goes inc the home, and since a vast majority ot the people who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 December 1907

PffW! 1 '"* TriHlUiV New Y«r Invjf? M i Wiley & Anderson McKlnney-GROCERS-McKinney \Ve have worked and clerked together for the past twelve year| fad now we issociate our- selves together into the firm of— WILEY & ANDERSON it^ * m to do a General Grocery Business. For cash wcf will not be undersold and will take care of all the time business we may accept. Come in and buy your January bill from us; we will make it to your interest—make our store your headquarters. Free hitch yard adjoining store. :::::: ♦H Wishing one and all a Happy and Prosper- \ ous New Year, we are, ♦♦♦ Yours truly, ^ Wiley & Anderson f ♦ The Democrat-Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Toin W. Perkins, Walter l . Wilson, Editor*, Publishers and Proprietors. Sumner l.unsilulc, Assoclnlf Editor. When McKinney gets connected with Dallas by Interurban, Tom Per- kins of the McKinney Mothers' Club may come hern every now and then and get his Democracy rubbed up. Dallas Times Herald. R. V. Davidson has Rive...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 December 1907

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZET TU, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 34. 1907. jL ALL OVER THE COUNTY. ■rigM and Nwiy Letter* From The DtmMrit-OiutU'i Corps of IpmIiI CorraiHMtiito. ' vww www MILIJOAN. Wylie Monday. Mr. Arch Morris of Dallas spent a few days last week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Morris. Mr. Matenly and family of Allen are moving Into our community. Messrs. Will and Bob Russel, Ed Ekelton, Will Brandon and Marvin Harper of Clear Lake were in Dump one day laBt week. Mrs. John Morris and daiiKhter, M\ps Murrell, were shopping in Wy- lie lust Thursday. Mr. Dud Roundtree and family of West Texas spent a few days last week with Mr. J. W. Smith and fam- ily. Mr. Jim Chandler and family have moved to the Parker community. We regret to lose such a good neigh- bor as Jim. Since our last writing another cou- ple have passed over the sea of mat- rimony, the contracting parties be- ing Mr. Jim Dodson and Miss Minnie Skelton, who were married last Sun- day morning at o'clock at the home of th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 December 1907

* SB TPj'i, ■ ■■■■■■■■■ Cm «1war« b« accomplitbod. In all ectio«u and muter all torn- dittona. by Iho •■we** Pl*w. It « a lran .tc a plow that will laat a liMimo. It t<aa born oa ttio maikvt lot )eara, Ims b#«>n tried aud pmwd, and la. bryund question, tl e iib|iki I, luoat (■effect and woat popular ndiu« plow ot it* ctaaa bow m«m. THE P. & O. CANTON SUCCESS1 PLOW la tho beat nd rbrai^st plow lor tlie followinij rraaon*: It dpoa thn amn work at plant that coat a Kr at deal luorv. It conta than ottnr rijini; plowa cauM' it ih made o( fewer puna. Ou account of ita having fewer pan* it wont net out >l order. ' ( Piuwh m-t.rnit of orefer bocauwj th«ry are complicatoil. Tin- Mnrrrma lao't complicated it'* very aimpk*. A plow thai wcut't u t out ol <>rd«-r ta what you wdiit, isn't It/ You would call aucb a plow atruag aud tlwralilr. That'* wb* the Succcm Plow it named MttUCC'KMtM« Bring lea* i'*i«'n ive tli.in otlwri, doinu tio>t cta.-s woika ponw* lnu the i-hk-h^ tl...

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