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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 December 1907

, r • . THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTK. THURSDAY, DECEMBER* 20. 1907. X 20 per cent Discount ON STOVES We offer on all of oar heating and rook!uk stoves unci steel ranges for the uext lu days a special discount of 2tt per cent. We have a large and t complete assortment of ilie above store and can (ill your wants. Buy you a stove when they are cheap. le a ante [and lis a saed less, It h is the I- t. J be- ll in Hi ii- |>OS- ful- II i a •ra- liev , Isli- luh- I w& for lac- CROUCH-SAIGLING CO. HARDWARE AM) FURNITURE McKinney, Texa?. Window Glass CLEAR AS CRYSTAL You'll probably need window glass soon with which to replace broken panes before winter storms arid cold winds come As you'll want the best glass you can obtain for the money, be sure and examine our stock. We call your attention to window glass at this time because it's a seasonable subject andalso from the fact that we have it* eeutly received some that iscxc-cptloiially clenr and free from de fects—both the single anddot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 December 1907

■ ,.. ' THURSDAY. DECEMBER S6. 1*07. CASTOR IA The Kind Ton Have Always Bought* and which has hem In use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his par-. nonal supervision since Its Infancy. Allow no one to deceive you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good'* are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infiuits and Children—Experience against Experiment, What is CASTORIA Oastorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* pric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotto substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays PeveriMhness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomuch and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bear* the Signature of The Kind You Hare Always Boug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 January 1908

4, TH YEAR, NO. 47. McKINNEY, Ktl.LIV COUNTY, TEXAS, JAMAICY *, MioN. with ■ ™" * — — — I. Cohen of Farmersvilie wan hen- en route to Dallas to atU'iui leral of his father, Isaac Co- ll well known citizen of that f, who was run over and killed by ■ rpiti in the yards «>!' the Santa Fe Mway there. *• lr. Cohen had started from tils le, 306 Young street, to meet his ighter, who was to return from b-rnersvllle, It Is not known wheth- Ihe had gone to the station and l>wn tired of waiting and had wan- ted up the track, or was run down 'he was ou his way to the depot. hody was found on what is call- Ulie Polk track, the track lying rhest west in the yards, badly tngied. Mr. Cohen had resided in [las sixteen years, and before thai a resident of Jefferson, for a ttjr n century. He was a meni- Jongregation Emnuu-EI and prominently connected with the Hous and fraternal work of the rewg of Dalln.t. :ath of aged lady Lrs. Nancy Elizabeth .Tonus died lay night at the residence of W. jNitch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 January 1908

• .«< Jf 'j !i' * * • ■ T v•rv' jif i. . 1 : " ;• ■jsp' # THUR8DAT, JANUARY w /si ;.V -?i ' '' ^ ... t mmmmm Now and until January 11, 1908, WATCHES AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES - D. GOODIN "IF IT COMES FROM GOODIN IT S GOOD IN- ' DEED KIM DAY. Ed Knight, K'licral merchant of Lucas, transacted business in McKln- ney today. Miss Jewell Roberts, who has been the guest of Mrs. Charlie Scott, returned to her home at Van AI- utyne today. Nevada, was here, feeling of the pulse of the people, auent entering ihe race for county tax assessor. He tells friends, that he will probably run. (lood man, a hustler, a sound democrat, and will run well in his section of the county, among people who know him. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Scott, who! have been visiting relatives at Vine-j land, returned to their home near, Murphy today. j* Rev. O. 15. Moreland, pastor of | the First Methodist church at Wes- ton, wits in the city today. We had the pleasure of meeting him. B t>kr* the Signature STC-KTA. Thu Kind Vo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 January 1908

V'.' THK WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-JaAZETTR. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1#08. 1908 [ay it be a prosperous year to 'every patron of R. W. Davenport Hardware and Furniture tMcKinney, - - Texas. >000000000000000000000000000-5 20 per cent Discount ON STOVES We offer on all of our heating and rooking stoves and steel runges lor the next 15 days a special discount of 20 per cent. We have a large and complete assortment of the above stoves and can fill your wants. Buy you a stove when they are cheap. CROUCH-SAIGLING CO. HARDWARE AND FURNITURE McKiuney, Texas. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * ♦ * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ CARRY THE NEWS Its not our big, new, pretty stock of Furniture [ that interests you, but how we will sell it, is where your interest is Ptefty Dressers $7.50, others want $10.00 ♦ Pretty Dressers 8.50, others want 11.00 ' X Big Oak Rockers 2.00, others want 5.00 See our fine Rockers 4.00, others want 5.00 Suit of Furniture 16.50, others want 22.50 And so on through the list We have 156 bright...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 January 1908

t> , w, '"'I '• '- >• ,«, / 1 r-*,. - ' >, ,\ ■*<•*' J - gpf,v i -y . <•:* -';r • ' ''■* ' ' * :'',<jV ' ^; THK WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZB TTB, THURSDAY, JANUARY I, 1908. i>- The Democrat-Gazrttt. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. JVrklnx, Walter II. Wllwou, Kditors, l*ubU her* and Proprietor*. Sumner Laii*dj*l \ Anwxtale Kdilor. Filtered as second-class mail matter. To ut*ertber —Th« <Ut« printed opponlte your uanu- on the m try In of the paper or on tha wr*pp*r lmttc*ti>* ih« tlmo lo which your •in- scription Ik paid All milwrlptlonn cxplra on the flri t of the mouth. Any auMcrtbtr not rwfivlnjc the papfr regularly will pleum notify u*. We do not auud recolpi* for money paid on •.utwrrtptloiiM, l>ut cnwiu nam-' on fcllp aUachfl to paper, If «tri<<lll In not *hown on allp In ten day* from date of rmnlttance notify thu oB< One C'opjr One Year $1.00 ..i... ■_.! . " . . 1 - The candidate*' grip is abroad in the land. It Is Always host to play the game o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 January 1908

. • . w ■"'4".' ' \ 'jS' ' "ft * % lljj %\ • THK VVKKKI.V DaM'OCT, AT ; vv r-rr, rrni'^nvv .TANTWPY 2. n Starts Saturday January 4th, at 9 a. m. THE FAIR STORE ODD AND END SALE Lasting until the entire lots have been sold THE FAIR STORE U> Thanks For your Liberal Patronage during 1907 Good by to all odds and ends. Everything must be sold. Never again in the history of McKinney or Collin County will goods be sold as cheap as you can find them at this sale. Every pair of odd shoes, every pair of odd pants, every hat, odd Lace [Curtain, Blankets, Trunks and Suits must be sold. Get all your small change together. You will miss an opportunity of your life Thanks 15c Towels Turkish towels Hold sin- gle at each 10c 25c Talcum Mention's Talcum pow- der us long as It last at 14c 6 I-2c Domestic Brown Sea Island Do- mestic, all out hi one lot per yard 4 1 2c 6 l-2c Calico Comfort caiicos, all Blacked out at per yard 5c v u L\ 15c Embroidery Pretty edne embroider- ies and Insertion, yard 9c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 January 1908

•' m * f — he W. Barnes 'QUALITY CORHIR' Will C Gerrish COFFK* M ,Ct >_ > cffixT <• cuv Avr> of fine table Delicacies, Groceries and fresh and dried Meats of ail kinds, because they are the choicest in high grade and Pure food stuffs, that we could choose from the best. We handle nothing but the BEST and sell at reasonable prices. During 1908 Start the Year Right. Trade With Us. We calculate upon keeping every old customer and getting new ones every week, and order stock accordingly. People seem to want everything we buy—but that's the reason we buy it. Groceries well bought are half sold and more too, in our case. We have the kinds and qualities people want, still prices must suit or you would not buy. We are stocked to suit you. Barnes & Gerrish Groceries and Produce Phones 94 and 525 McKinney, Texas. oo<xx><><xxxxx><xxxxxxx>oo<xxx>ooo<><x><x><><'>, Thanks For 1907 We need your helpin 1908. We will merit i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 January 1908

TliiC WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2. ID OS. .Reopened. at old Postoffice stand, E. Virginia Street, Mc* <! Kinney, Texas. Bring me your— E&gs* Butter, Chick- ens, Turkeys, Geese and Ducks. A. J. Commonsii The Spot Cash Buyer. BARGAINS IN PIANOS Of Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. . — i | V t f V * I x ? X t Since a piano as a rule costs more tlian any other singte pi«c ; oi furnitur© that jjoes iiu tin* home, and since a vast majority ot the people who buy "once for all," the purchase of one ought to be given serious consideration and tlic make selected with the utmost caution. Some people m*Ke their selections 011 the strength of the salesman's representations^ o r the opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to 4,Pa8 " 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 t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 January 1908

1800 ion 1007 THE FIRST ..NATIONAL BANK.. We have been here as a bank for thirty-eight years . | —we are here to stay. We know you—we know your wants—we want your business. You know us— you know your money is ABSOLUTELY SAFE when deposited in this bank—you know you can borrow money from us any time you need it in large or small amounts—baaed on balances and responsibili- ties. Do You Want Anything Better ? Large or Small Accounts Desired. J. L. UJVEJOY, President, KRANCEH HORACE WELCH, Vlt* I'resldont, FRED EMERSON Vice I're ld«nt HOWELL ti. SMITH, Cnhbler, CLIFF EMERSON, Au't. Cashier, J. G. FJTZHL'GH, Aw,'I Cashier. as? Statement of Condition (COIlllcilMMl) Continental Bank and Trust Co. Head office Fort Worth, Texas, at. el one of business, Nov. 30, 1907. RttHuurcvi. Loans and discounts $ 1 ,:>65,180.37 Real estate. furniture and fixtures 128,433.16 Stocks and bonds .... 131,292.-19 Cash and due from banks .. .. 492,890.00 Cotton .... 184,501.9« 627,391.90 Total " $2,272.298.2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

V r M •' ENTY-FOIKTH YKAIl, NO. 18. Mt'KI.NNKV, ('<>1X1N (XH'N'TY, TEX AS, THI ItSDAY, JAM'AltV #. HMIM \A i iNY INDORSE B. F. LOONEY f.<b folowlng Indorsement and «f support, circulated here Containing nearly three hundred Mures, wasvsent Senator It. F. ley at Qreenvilte today. IfCinaey, Tex., Dec. 24. 1907 tft. P. Looney. Greenville, Tex uar Sir: J, the undf^ilgned Democratic JcUih of McKvntiey, Collin county, hereby pledge you our most )support in your candidacy for Ice of Attorney General of Luowlug you us we do, to be a j crat of the Old School, a pro- Lawyer, who would faithfully iiui'K*' the dutleti pertaining to *gal department of our great (. we do not believe that you be Influenced t% subordinate ilgh office to which yoi/ aspire Uy political conspiracy, or that livould fly any "Trust Busting" | political purposes; neither Le^ believe that you could, uncle,'' IeHrcunistiinces or conditions. b> ten to form any alMance for the ■cation " f our Laws, with any irted ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

Bp Now and until January 11, 1908, WATCHES AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES D. G00D1N -E IF IT COMES FROM COODIN IT S GOOD IN- DEED KK(X)ltl) CORN' VIKLU. S. <>. Henderson Raised -OH Itii^lirls oil - i-4 Am* —Reunion Dinner. It was our rood fortune to reach the home of 8. G. Henderson near Altoga, last Friday, jiihi in time for a family reunion dinner, and it is needless for me to mention that ev- erything was In apple pie order, and the dinner was strictly up to date in good old country style. Splendid cooking and the bill of fare included everything that was calculated to make the heart of a newspaper man rejoice, especially as he was not expecting any dinner, and was two utiles distant from the pretty Utile town of Altog&. But no one is allowed to leave the hos- pitable home of Sam Henderson near meal time, for this worthy gen- tleman belongs to the old school and deals out kindness and hospitality with a lavish hand. Besides Mr. Henderson's immediate family, con- sisting of his w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

THE WEEKLY DKMOCKAT-GAZBTTE, THURSDAY, JANUARY . 1 UK 1(1,1 Ici Don't Leave Groceriee until the InHt minute to buy. Give iih your order early, ho 'hat whatever happens you will he suits of Good Things To Eat Just a word about the quality and prices of our groceries. It is simply that if a 11 your other purchasers during this busy holiday season are as satisfactory lu both respects as our groceries are bound to be you'll be remarkably lucky. 17 years experience in McKlnney. New and bet- ter stand, across street, in front of Allen's meat market. Prompt city de livery. J. N. Andrews GROCERIES AND PRODUCE Phone No. 34, — McKinney, Texas Mt'HI'H Y. <• •><• •>•? CARRY THE NEWS Its not our big, new, pretty stock of Furniture |that interests you, but how we will sell it, is where /our \\ interest is Pretty Dressers $7.50, others want $10.00 Pretty Dressers 8.50, others want 11.00 Big Oak Rockers 2.00, others want 3.00 See our fine Rockers 4.00, others want 5.00 Suit of Furniture...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

t, i ' . /*.• imJft ®V. ' 1' at-Gazdte. EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Walter II. Wil*ou, editors, Publisher* mid Proprietors. Huuuicr LmiimIhIc, Awtoclatc Kdltor. L . . 1 Entered as second-class mail matter. To ut*ortber —Th« date printed opposite your uimo un i.h margin i>I th« papir or on 'he wrapper lndlcattw the time to which your Mjb- •rrlptlon I* paid All uut*rrlptnin cxplruon the flnrt of th# month. Any auUrrUwr uot receiving tbe paper regularly will plcuae notify us W > do not avnd ixjelpt* for money paid on subscriptions, but c redit name on allp attached to pap-r, tf credit l uot ahown on Klip Iti ten dajKf rom date of rumtttsno# notify tills oBoe. Om C«| y One VVur 91.(Ml i ... 11 Keep a good grip on your New Year resolutions. Many a millionaire envies the poor man with a clear conscience and good health. Don't sit down und get to thinking of your troubled, keep busy and many of them will disappear. McKlnney made a fine showing during 1907, but the indications are...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

,-r? L ' f THE WEEKLY nUMOCRAT-OAXETTE. TJIUHfipAV. JANUARY 9. 1308 Lt CAN. I mm llf / I'M siy one here seemed to enjoy holidays. Misa Minnie Lurell returned home lay from Westminster in been attending prhool. (turn after the holidays. Mr. Abner Sulder, Eliner Btraton id Cord 8purgeon came home from to spend the holidays with lome folks. Mr. Lee Cook made a business ^rlp to Wylle this week. Little Retta Brown, the thlrteen- J«'gUi-oid baby of Mr. and Mrs. J no. fti, fell from a table Saturday ternoou and received a severe rtilse on her rlftht side aud should- Mr. Bob Bolln moved his family the Faulkner community. „ Mr. tfharlie Cook aud family visit- relatives here last week. Mr. L. C. Burch and family of Wy- le visited relatives here lust week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spur- In on the 20th of Dec. a girl. Moih- an<^ babe are both doing well. Mr. Toilette from Arkansas, has en visiting his sister, Mrs. W. T. >vell at this place. Mr. Johnnie Snider and Miss Ella ^orrow wore uni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

«. ubmi *.< ■ mw% & m*rnmw i i... it r • ' am--mm '$M -VW^ *>v" , WWVWVVM ■M _ *> ■ 12,000 bushels of extra choice red rust proof geed oat> to sup- ply the farmers of Collin county, This may be the year to sow oats. Look like now they are sure to be worth over 40c per bushel at harvest. Come early and get your seed* We will not hold them, but the first who come to take them out will be the ones to get the seed oats. - , Torn Maasle of Vsn Alstyne Is * j mixing with th« Ft rut Mftnday crowd • • hero today. J. D. Brock of Cairo, Ok., in visit- ing his parents, Mr. und Mrs. J. S. M. Brock, in thin city. / . , GELINA MILL & ELEVATOR COMPANY CELINA, TEXAS. 1 I I 1 1 i ! 1 I I I n 11 1 in !■ 1 "MM II M-I-H. 4b i th ++ SATURDAY. Ross Smith of Anna remits cash on subscription to the Democrat-Ga- zette. Thanks. P. M. Shipley of Prosper remits cash on subscription to The Demo- crat-Gazette. Thanks. C. J. (Pud) Beverly, formerly a citizen of this county, is greeting friends...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

— THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZI2TT«, TIll'KSDA Y. JA.NTARY 1 . 190> JI 141 thai conjH d til and] whoj disej that! eavij an< uncn :om- oraf perl k of} :apu,| is * | ■>Vat-l two J can] bUa-J nil pro] loerL lundl the] |nty,i de-1 liavoj hi Id] rad- bel keed| thel | has I ■or] ier-,1 i "'ft#1 rat- |ere ins do kn- irt I27 U- lot. l t- a January Conversion Sale!! Beginning Saturday Morning, January 11, 1908. We Start the Con- version of Fifty-five Thousand Dollars ($55,000.00) worth of Strictly Winter Merchandise into Cash. We have no hard luck story to tell you such as you arc hearing on everv hand. Creditors are not crowding us fo the wall. We are not trying to sell you odds and ends. Our offerings are on fresh, clean, seasonable Merchandise— much of it in original unbroken packages. Not being able to foretell the season, we bought heavier than we should and'still have the goods to sell. This is not a hold-over store, and if price iff any object to the buying public of McKinney and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

3ST* Tffi $ TOT WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-GA«ET TE, THURSDAY, JANUARY . U «* A. •' •, ' i] 1 ■ '1 ,t:; i •• • ,J' ■ WOODMEN OF THE WORLD PLAN BIG LOG-ROLLING A very large crowd was In attend- ance on Magnolia Camp No. 4 31, W. O W., last nlfht. New officers were Installed, and a regular love feast at thin, the first meeting of the new year, was held. Sovereign J. D. Alexander, So\ r- elgn Delegate and Special Deputy of Texas. New Mexico and Arizona, was present, and mady a fine talk on Woodcraft, and Instructed the offi- cers in the secret work. After sc do- ing, he installed the following offi- cers for the ensuing year: 1. E. Reeves, consul commander. R. L. Worsham, advisory Ueuten- nnt. L. J. Trnett, clerk. L. W. Crouch, banker. Prank Hendrlx, watchman. S. H. Stallcup. sentry. 1 S. E. Walker, manager. J. I>. May, escort. After the installation of officers, every member present made a short talk, pledging a renewal of energy, and promised to go to work, and bring in a new member or two. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

■ r-wr-^-w <«A THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTE, THUR8DAY, JANUARY 9. 1908 b the M a* to egul oul t il hlf I i <y] for PC-f e«- nd lr.- a i as lne iirs his | M'Sj kr«c .St1 Ot J m a ttv ne IKt he. wl )St| 0- |lie| jr- r '' |of jre In Ive |or r, km [>il HI hr- 3t- lg lit) Ixl lor IR FIGHT OIL GREEN RUG Following •« the Sext of the bl\l llrodaced in congress by Congress- lan C. 1). Randell for the appropria- kon of 1100,000 to exterminate. the reeii bug and other grain pests In ■■br Oklahonui and Hannah: It enacted by the Senate and use of Representatives of the flted States of America In Con- tress assembled, that the sum of fe hundred thousand dollars Is sreby appropriated, und th v same lull be at the disposal of the Set - It**ty of Agriculture, to be used by [im and under his direction to such mount us may be necessary, to In- stigate, experiment with, and ex- urm'tsatc the green bug and other perns injurious to wjjeat and other crops in Texas, Oklahoma and insas: to establish...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

te(., ■3*e1 S ■■■'. J-.- >CRAT-OAZBTTE, THUR8DA r"i"' r ;«r OF CASKS. Ft* IMMrlct Court VUfh Couveuew Next Mundii}. % Tt KHDA V. * % H. C. Richey was here from Me- liana today. Sam Welch was here front Anna. Big old bunch of suushitie. Following 1« tb« assignment for the January term. '1908, of district court: ' j Hon. {Mnay Davis, formerly mayor * • • I of Piano, Is In the city. CIVIL ASSIGNMENT. Monday. •Inn. lit. Fannie Nelson, et al vk. Mary ('lift, et al. . Ed Nellon et al vs. V. B. Galla- gher et al.. Emily CutWllff et al vs J. W. St. Clair. R. B. Rosamond et al u S. A. Ro- samond. Tuesday, Jan. 14. ^ . 1. T. Ye lock vs E. M. Lucas hi al. (}. J. Barlow xs II. & T. C. R. R. Co. J. O. Wallace vs J. I'. Hunter et I f X al. T. J. Harris vs H. & T. C. K. R. Co. W. A. Mitcham vh K. & T. Rv. Co. of Texas. Henry Phillips et al vh Geo. Tll- lerson et a I. Saturday. Jan. IM. All non-contested divorce cases. .Monday, Jan. -O. Tapp-Leathers Co^vs B. P. Spin- cer. City of Fa...

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