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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

V ' The wbbkly democrat-gazette, Thursday, January . 1m w al- Ihat llrn, |d°-1 rhly |nit- Bt 1 ton Ihta his In, ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Ntwir LctUr* From Th« Dtmscrtt-Oitllll't Corp* of Sp«oiat Cnrrtipontftnti. DUMP. Hob Rusiiell and family of ir Lake spent Wednesday und irsday with Mr. .lot' Spurgln and illy. Several of the younK people of this ^ace attended the party at Dr. Mor- |w' at Lucas last Wednoday night Jd all report an enjoyable time. Mr. Frank Marchant moved his bniily on Mr. Joe Harris' farm for- merly occupied by Mr. Jim Chand- |r. iMrH. John Hurst and little daugh- *s, Ella and Odet of Dallas visited rljends and relatives here last week. Mr. W. F. Cody made a business Ifp to Fort Worth last week, Mr. Dave Spurgln and family of ply the Chapel spent New Year's day ^Ith Mr. J. C. Spurgln and family of lis place. Mrs. Lulu Sachse and little daugh- pr, Dura, of Dallas, visited friends End relatives here. Miss Mattie Bowman of Lucaa [ ent Wednesday with the family o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

^TlMimiiilr'Tiftiillfii wtiiilwailirrt UUifl Prizetaker Onion Seed T 338SB8 T—r-- 'irxtiS? We have just received by express our last consignment of Prizetaker Onion Sited. These seed are fresh and direct Jto tin from the grower, uud we would be pleased to tell you whav you need. A great many have spoken to us for seed and we In- vite you to call at once and Ret them. Yours truly, WILEY & ANDERSON, K Kinney, Texas. Profits Med Off The Sale is Now On. WHITE & NEWSOME CJENT8 FlJItNtHHlNQ. McKINNKY'K OLDEST MKROMANf TAILORS. Foote House Corner I! No matter how much you pay for flour, there 11 *; is one quality absolutely essential in that flour, • [ and that is the quality, of making good bread. 4* >coooooooooooooooooo^ WHITE i BILLOWS FLOUR , V=7 luis this quality, and thousands of the best housekeepers throughout the country will say thin is true. Any grocer will send von W'li!(«• Billows Flour if you Insist upon it. Manufactured by Collin County Mill & Elev. Go. McKlnn...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THl'KSDAY, JANUARY 9. 190K "1 Begins Friday, Jan. 10th KNIGHT'S Torchon Lace 3 l-2c 500 yds pretty Tor- chon Lace 5 and 7£c quality all out in one lot, sale price $'<1 3\c Shawl Bargain Nice large, white Shawl, $1 values, cut price each 89c 1908 New Embroidery Now arriving. 500 yds pretty Em- broideries 12 1-2 and 15c values go in to make this sale more interesting, at the yd 9c Drummers Sample Jackets 1-3 under value. We picked up a big lot of Ladies and Children's sample Jackets at 33-1-3 less than regular price. They are soiling the same way. Best val- ues of the season. Misses Jackets from $1 up Ladies Jackets $2.50 and up. here. Save money Mens Socks Cheap 100 Doz men's good grey socks, 7 l-2c values, sale price the pair 5g Knee Pants Special 20 dozen boys knee pants, all sizes, 25 and 3-5c values on sale pair 19c 10c Hose 5c 20 dozen ehildrens black ribbed hose soil elsewhere 10c pair. Our cut price while they last the pair 5c Be on Hand when th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

- .. >.08 1$ ■' B i , ALC'OJJUL 3 PER CENT. AVegeiabt? ftrparsllonCrAs similaiOigHK^andRptfuia ting (lie SiomadB andiiowisof INFANTS /CHHDHFM Promotes DigrattonjCkerftt nt'ss M itotjConlalns nrittur Opium.Morphine norMiaenL, not Narcotic. ntuptrfM ikswamvm. flmfdu&wJ- Jlx-Snma * fkMtcSdts- stw W CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of HKMHNH. I4L* r"J /UaJftJ Apwfwi Remedy forConsflpa- (ton. Sour Stomach.Dlarrtoea Worms jf'onvulsious.Feverish ness aiviI Loss op Sleep. Facsimile Signature at NEW YORK. h Use Atb months old J5 •> " -J5CtNTS Giarantecif under the Exact Copy of Wrapper. For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA WANT LONGER BED SHEETS. Traveling Mini From Texas Declares Matter U nut 11 Jitkc. Guthrie, Ok., .Inn. I!. "The prop- osition for extended hod sheets which I hope the legislature will en- net in n law in not a joke," said a Texas traveling man here n few days ago. 'On the contrary, it would be somewhat of 11 protecti...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1 08 lilroad Fare Paid to All a ticket from your Station tnt, have him give you "a cash ;eipt, present the cash receipt to Igr. and railroad fare will he lic| to all buyers making a pur- la&'ot $20 over within a radius ot .miles. >ok for the Big Red Canvas Front. A. G. CHANDLER Remember the Date. The City Has Ever Known Agreement We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to turn over our entire stock and fixtures to Lincoln Sale Pro- moting Co. to be sold within ten days from date of s:ik\ regardless of former prices, profits or cost. A. G. CHANDLER Dated at McKinney, Texas, this 28th day of December 1907. 20,000. STOCK Bitter necessity on account of sickness forces A. G. Chandler, one of Texas finest and most up- to-date Ladies' Emporium Stores, to place his entire stock and fixtures in the hands of LINCOLN SALE PROMOTING COMPANY To be converted into ready money regardless of former prices, cost or profit. $20,000. 9 OTQCK lommenc...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 January 1908

MMMMMNMN ■■NMNHMMMMHMMNMMMM ■HMBMMHi kwmmmmmmmtm actory Surplus AND GREAT MILL PIECE SALE, Starts Saturday, Jan. II th, Lasting Until the lots have Closed Out % Thousands of yard short pieces, such as outings, cotton checks, crash toweling, table linens, cretons, white goods, bed tickings, embroideries, cotton flannnel, together with an accumilation of odds and ends, makes this one of the most interesting low price sales ever held in Collin county. Come, rain or shine, every suit, every wrap, every trunk, every pair odd shoes at factory surplus price. f • I f* I ■( 15c Towels Turkish towels sold siu- gle at each 10« 2Sc Talcum MtMiuen'g Talcum pow- der a Ion# as it last at 14c 6 I-2c Domestic Brown Sea Island Do- mestic, a:J out In one lot per yard 4 1 2c Remnant Ticking on Sale 1 1-2 to ."-yard pieces Ticking worth 7 I-2c (Sreat Mill Piece sale price per yard 5c 15c Embroidery Pretty edge embroider- ies and insertion, yard 9c 5c Handkerchiefs Ladies plain and colored border handker...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

T TWK.NTY-FOI HTH VKAlt, NO. * . McKlNNKV, COLLIN COUNI V, TKX AS, TIIPRMDAl J \\l \ll\ Ml. IIHIH LlCTURE BY JUDGE LINDSEY Judge Ben B. Lindsey of Denvar, iCoh, the nian with u national reputa- tion on account of the splendid work he haw accomplished In correcting the evils of Incorrigible youths, arrived n the city Friday and was enter- tained at the houte of Mi. and Mrs li. A. Scott. The Judge visited the pUlIc schools and Jones' Acuuemy .Friday afternoon, where he made plendld talks to the pupils, and was later entertained at the Commercial IClub In an Informal reception tender- led by members of the Club. Quito la number .assembled to greet the dis Ingulshed visitor, and all enjoyed listening to the plans discussed b; Itlm for saving the youth of our land and making good citizens «>i' hose who would otherwise go to Veil the great number of criminals. I At the opera house n good crowd assembled, considering the unfavor- able weather, and ;it s o'clock Mayor Doggett, In a few w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

I B. THURSDAY, JANUARY 1*7 It M. 1 * / - r Begins Friday, Jan. 10th KNIGHTS Torchon Lace 3 l-2c 500 yds pretty Tor- chon Lace 3 and 74 c quality all out in one lot, sale price yd 31c Shawl Bargain Nice* large, white Shawl, $1 values, cut price each 89c 1908 New Embroidery Now arriving. 500 yds pretty Em- broideries 12 1-2 and 15c values go in to make this sale more interesting, at the yd 9c Drummers Sample Jackets 1 -3 under value. We picked up a big lot of Ladies and Children's sample Jackets at 33 1-3 less than regular price. They are selling the same way. Best val- ues of the season. Misses Jackets from $1 up Ladies Jackets $2.50 and up. Save money here. Mens Socks Cheap 100 Dot, men's good grey socks, 7 l-2c values, sale price the pair 5c Knee Pants Special 20 dozen boys knee pants, all sizes, 25 and 35c values on sale pair 19c 10c Hose 5c 20 dozen childrens black ribbed hose sell elsewhere 10c pair. Our cut price while they last the pair 5c Be on Hand when this Sale starts, it'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

tJR THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZETTE. THUKBDAY, JANUARY 16, II OR. Prizetaker Onion Seed We have Just received by express our last consignment of Prlsetaker Onion Seed. These Beed are fresh and direct to us from the grower, and we would be pleased to still you what you need. A great many have spoken to us for seed and we lu- vlte you to call at once and get them. Yours truly, .. WILEY & ANDERSON, McKlnney, Texas. IBERT AND JIM BREAK RECORD v Albert Smith and Jim Thomas are vo of the most accurate as well as twlftest mail distributing clerks in Pfxas. Au examiner whs here the >ther day to put them through the 't«Bt,'\ and they scored ace high, [which gets the goods, you know, lbert made 99 42-100, and Jim 1 61-100, out of 100. They hau- led 1037 pieces 6f mall, with 89 parations. Albert made the score n f>9 minutes and Jim in 54 inln- tes. Anyone making 76 is cousld- red good. Albert and Jim are home ys, aud as will be noticed, two of tfce most competent, as well as ^riftest In ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

v it* ml r mm- y THB WBBKLY DBMOCRAT-G ASSETTB. THURSDAY. JANUARY 1«, It 08 1 he Democrat-Gazette. yqpw—W i i PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. wmmmm"■■ "" ——— Tom W. PerkliiH, Wnllcr It. WIImiii, Editor*, PublUher*. mid Proprietor*. Sunnier LhiimIuIo, AnkocIbI* Ktlitor. Entered an second-class mail matter. To *ub«M.Ttb«r —Th« data printed o|>po t « your unm" on ih« margin of the p*| <r or on the wrapfwr indti *(< th* time to %ln<t> your *ub- •erlpt Km l paid All nul<t>r>rtpHooM . ipli> on the Brit or th* mouth. Any ut*<:Ht*r loi mct>ivtn« lb* pap^r regularly will pleas* notify ua. We do not '-rd rv-vlp' for money paid on aul c-rlp.lon*. I>u> credit name on alip ntuchod to p*p r. 11 rrodlt la not ahowu uu iip tu ten day*! rum d*ie of remittance rnW'fc thl- oMcn. . ~l~ Craue, Crawford. Thomas et al led him up to the block, then left htm with the bag to hold In the Bailey investigation, lit* may not have been the braioeat, but he wan the nervient and the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

■/. THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. JANUARY 16. 19 OS. The Kind You Hare Always Bought, and which has been J5 ■ in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its iiifuiH-j . r - Allow no one to deceive you iu this. All Counterfeit*, Imitations and "Jii*t-aH-tr«xxl" are but • experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience agaiu t Experiment* What Is CASTORIA Oastoria Is a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Pare- goric, I>ropH and Buothiug Syrups* It is Pleasant. It .• contains neither Opium* Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms , and aHays Feverislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Co i in ti pat ion and Flatuieiiey. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

. A. A '■m . HENRY CATO ESCAPES FROM JAIL IN SHERMAN WITH OTHER PRISONERS HOME AND FATALLY SHOOTS HIMSELF—DECLARES HIS INNOCENI REACHES m Shermau, Tex., Jan. 10. (Special) J —One of the muni desperate Jail breaks ever attempted tn Texas wag i successfully executed thla morning at I o'clock Wher. Jailer Ed Hatfield, keeper of the Grayaon county Jail, went to feed the prisoners at the Jail on Weil Houston street. Going to the first cell on the second floor, be let eight prlsouers Into a run- around, as la his custom, and Bent Bob T j'^r, the negro cook at the Jail, Into the cell with the food. Mr. Hatfield stepped Into the ruu-urouud for the purpose ef seeing about ev- erything. and stooped to pick some- thing up. Ah he did so, Ed Gash, a prisoner brought here from Tarrant oounty, grabbed his pistol from the scsbburd and hit him a terrific b^>w In the head. The blow felled him, but he was quickly to his feet when the desperado placed the muzzle of the gun in his fuce and threatened...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

MM T | THM WMttKLY UiJMOCHAT-OAZKT "T "' T—IRAT. J XNUAllV 10. IV 0§. PKHHONAJL AND LOCAL. ♦ ♦ L. W. Baltimore o Farmersvllle. hat* aubacribud for uur big weekly, for which we return sincere thanks. FAHMKiW BCBY: On Sew Crop I'reparation-—'Tribute to Country Girl. ih : vs. cour thdra^ I trid vs. th • 01 M plajifl g fri J The farmer* in the Princeton, Cul- leoka, Climax and Verona country are pushing their plows aa fast a the weather will admit, while iu W. H. Halley, an energetic young many fields cotton Ih bHII being farmer near Valdasta has paid $t.7E> picked, and carried to market us rap- for our big Weakly and DallaH News W>y poasible over miserable roads. ____ ; in many instances it requires four stout mules to draw a wagon of seed cotton. In the Blue Ridge our I country travel over many of the : roadH haH almost been suspended W. D. Brown whose farm Ih situat- ed on route I, McKinney has joined «k the poaaession and ordered lg weekly for 1908. —— ! for the past month. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

, Another Big Day tor McKinney II 1 I I 1 f I M 1 1 I 1 fl'l l I 1 I I I I'Ml'M I I 1 U I M"H1 1 11M IM A MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1900 The Commercial Club of McKinney again offers a Big Trade Day Attrac- tion to its friends, and the liberal and progressive merchants of the City offer many valuble presents absolutely without cost to those who will take advantage of the following. We want you to come to see us. We want to get better acquainted. We want to show the public what Col- lin county can produce. The merchants will have special bargains on for this occasion, and we want you to come and bring the whole family. f Y f t Y Y % Y T T Y I Vest pair mules, bottle Kltchell's Liniment, by Smith Bn s. Best ynuiiR mule, under t year old, bueket of fine coffee, by J. I). (Joootive. Best pair Imii'scs, nice bridle, by W. It. Mill. Itest brood mare, nice halter, by McKiuney A Massie. M filly, under two yearn old, t gallon libbon cane njnip, by Barnes X CtorriMli. Bent gelding under two years ol...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

■>* " ► % ■I IL THE WKEKLY DEMOdRAT-G AZETTE, THURSDAY, JANUARY If, 19 08. January Conversion Sale!! F I i ei a 7 "i y Beginning Saturday Hornftig, January 11, 1908. We Start the Con- version of Fifty-five Thousand Dollars ($55,000.00) worth I^KT of Strictly Winter Merchandise into Cash. We have no hard'luck story to tell you such as you arc hearing on every hand. Creditors are not crowding us to the wall. We are not trying to sell you odds and ends. Our offerings are on fresh, cjean, seasonable Merchandise-— much of it in original unbroken packages. Not being able tQ foretell the season, we bought heavier than we should and still have thq goods to sell. Thi$ is not a hold-over store, and (if price is any object to the buying public of McKinney and Col- lin County, the conversion into cash will be quickly made. MEN'S FURNISH- ING GOODS ?>0 dozen men's colored stiff bos- om shirts r'"-nIhr price $1 to $1.50, will Bell fur * 50c On nil our negligee shirts ranging in price from 5...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

v<rvvv' 1 ' B9H 'A MThis Sale Begins Thursday January the 16th and Closes Wednesday January the 22nd. 5 Days Only 2500 yards of 10 and 12 12 cent Embroidery Qc 3000 yards 20 and]^25 cent Embroidery for J 1 c KILLING AND CRUSHING OF ■■VRICESlHib OUR MOTIVE: It'is easily and quickly told. We have too many winter goods. All new and up-to-date, (and we might re- mind you that the winter season has hardly begun.) In this short time by crushing prices, we expect to convert lots of these goods in to ready cash. You will receive the profits. Tht|||Salei Thursday January the 16th and closes Wednesday January the 22nd. 5 Days Only All standard Calico for these five days gc Yard wide Clover Bleach Domestic 10 yardti for 80c (Only 10 yardn to & customer.) (■old Modal Domestic, 10 yards for ., #c (Only 10 yards to a customer.) WE ABSOLUTELY DEFY ALL COMPETITION. COMPARE OUR PRICES AND SEE FOR YOURSELF 'Shoes Hannan>& Son's $5.00 Shoes, for. .$3-4£> J lot plow Shoes, all 7's 69c ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

m ' 'I . .T?"l RUp -.. , .... M ' •-■''* '*. ;; *' I "i 0 i-'K < M| :'^r mmm THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. JANUARY 16. 1*08. v."W .$ A Business Proposition I860 1907 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. t You know us—you know your money is ABSOLUTELY SAFE when deposited in this hank—you know you can borrow money from us any time you need it in large or small amounts—based on balances and responsibili- ties. * Do You Want Anything Better ? . Large or Small Accounts Desired.. J. L. LiOVEJOY, President, .FRANCEB HORACE WELCH, Vice President, FRED BMKRBON Vice President HOW KM, E. SMITH, Cashier, CLIFF tMEKSON, Ass't. Cilktiler, J. O. FITZHUOH, Ass't Cashier. COUNTY ANNOil NORM IJNTN. | r County Tux AssciMir: 1. K. RE KV EH. L. T. GAY. for County Rupci intHiuli'iit: C> T. COHB. K. W. M USE. For'Alderuiun Ward Pour. (STY A X NOt Nt EME NTS. ^or City Attorney: ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

dKaf p v.i' Wi ' ? pv> ^ THB \ 1 v/■ , 'M *. \0 ' J ' fffi- j;'* 5$. Pf. ^ -..UflpT .«'««; - m r , " " ' ' ' * ,. F V '"K ' $}' ^ I DEMOCRAT-GAZETTB, THURSDAY, JANUARY If. It0«. te fot IV. Barnff "QUALITY CORNER" win c, atrrith JANUARY 11, 1906. Dear Friend: I used to think tha,* corn was good only when it came right off the cob right fresh. I was wrong. We had corn for dinner today that tasted real good and sweet. Mamma paid only a few cents a oan for it. She also bought a can of tomataes and several' cans of various other vegetables and f ru i ts Your friend, JACOB. P. S. The Corn and tomatoes we had for dinner come from Barnes & Gerrfeh GROCERIES AND PRODUCE. McKinney, Texas. Phones 94 and 525* mmm TUKHbAY. Noah Hendricks, one of the coun- i,v'h best men, living east of Anna, in hert- today. Charlie Hood, one of Piano's best young men, is here serving on the urand jury. / 10. \V. Klrkpatrlck left today to attend the State Horticultural meet- ing at Abilene. Miss Cassle Joh...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

ise THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JANUARY 1G. 19 08. UP-A-LAC Drop in ^nd let uh toll yoi, whut H>e . 75 centj buy# u quart can. Perhaps you don't jUtow we cli JAP-A-LAC. thw Ki« t re juvenator of floors. furniture, aud all wooden and metal things around the house - the klml that comes In thirteen colors and hus a hundred use*. Yea. we fell .1AP-A-LAC -sell a lot of It, tuo. ^ Everybody wants it. And we tell many other household necessities- -our Block lu complete and up-to- datu In every way. and our prices suit pocket* of different depths. JAP-A-LAC is and what it Rhea & Scott )0K STORE AND STATIONERS. McKINNEY, TEXAS, f First Aid to Doctor! The Doctor Is first in sickness and injury, hut a Drug Store capable of supplying; him with pure drugs, chemicals and sick room needs, is also a prime requisite. You never need this drug store more than when serious sickness cotnes the more critical the illness the greater yaur need. Our drugs, chem- icals and pharmaceuticals a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

r, '0'1*' 11 ■ rl ■ lin's Clean-Up Sale lA off Extraordinary Reduction in Prices SO % DISCOUNT Five Big Days. beginning Monday, Jan. 20 at 8 o'clock. AM Cut Glass, Fine China, Hollow Silverware and Bric-a-Brac In our store at JubI half price. Everything Included In this sale will be placed on top of show runen and In show window; everything marked in plain figures, no marks changed or marked up on ac- count of sale, but all goods at half regular price. A great chance for you to get Genuine Bargains In Fiue Cut Glass and Bric-a- er the date, Monday, 20th.I*rac. Our Iobs, you Rain. Retnemb I No goods charged during this sale. D. COODIN McKinney, Texas 3AZ8TTB, THURSDAY, JANUARY It, 1108. PLEA FOR BETTER ROADS SATURDAY. Milk NanuTe Hume of Crawfords- ville, Ind., has arrived to spend the remainder of the winter with her cousin, Mrs. T. H. Fostor. Hon. L. *. Truett, accompanied by his '-.vJfe, left this mornin*, for Mc- Alester, Ok., where he goes on bus- iness, Mrs. Truett going to vis...

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