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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1908. mmmm lir |\- Iw li1! lin Ik, i i 4 I J ..Improved and Perfected Order of Woodcraft.. | WOODMEN OF THE WORLD * ? T ❖ ± Y i X t Y t Y Y Y 120,000 MKMliEUH in Texas t ? Y Y Y y t ❖ Y THE ONLY WOODMEN ORDER THAT HAS A RESERVE f. ' FUND | I Y Y Y Y Y Y Y OVER 500,000 MEMBERS. OVER 25,000,000 LOSSES PAID. Latest Revised Equitable Mini- intiiii Graded Kates. KnxTKriicy Fund to keep As^kh- IllCllt* I ji III it 111. In addition to payment of H5oil to iwt a beautiful monument i l every grove. Oiic-tenth of th * whole benefit annual payable after TO years of age for total physical disability. Grand Class Initiation of l(MM) eandidutes at Mckiiuiey March -(I, IMOM. If you ure not already a member get busy. Consult any iiieiu- lier for partieiilars or address .1. I). Alexander, sjieeial deputy in charge of elass, box 211, Mekinucy, or i ,■ ' 5 25,000 MONUMENTS ERECTED. $6 000,000 EMERGENCY FUND and SURPLUS. W. A. FRASER, Sovereign Adviser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

" B d \" ' I .1 '. V*" • ' V. % " :' 'Mi. . ?/' Stl I THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11\ 1998. Walter B. Wilson, Publishers and Proprietor*. IjMMlalr, Associate Rdttor. knew thin splendid man and cltlsen. (suffer a distinct lo«a, and one that will be acutely felt for a lone time JR43DAY to con,w Though quiet and uuaa- * 1 turning In muuner, he wai a man of strong character, steady purpose and ■trlct Integrity, which marked every deed and action of hie life. He be- lieved in the golden rule aud was ever guided by It* noble precepts. A as second-class mail matter. To ub«ver1ber Th« date printed oppoeite me oa the margin of the paper or on the ' Indicate* the time to which your aub- la paid All aubecriptiona expire 00 the m month. Any •ubaortbar not receiving r regularly will pleaae notify ua. We do not aend receipt* for money paid on aubcarlptionh. but credit Mine on alip attachrd to paper, if credit la not ahown on Blip In ten days from date of remittance notify thU oBoe. One Copy One Year 91.00...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

IM ■ "v'Sff,-, mmmmm I HIC WEEKLY DEMOCKAT-OAZBTTK, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1908. SUDDEN DEATH AT PRINCETON '1 /fMB H. 8. Herrou, aged 70 years. dle<' suddenly early Monday inornins of heart failure, at (he home of hi1 daughter, Mrs. S. Lee West, ut Princeton. He had attended e*iurc twice Sunday and seemed to be In his usual good heulth, retiring early In the night with no complaint or premonition of approaching death At mi early hour the next morning his daughter heard a slight noise In his room, hut nupposed he wan only stirring in hlH sleep, but neverthe- less Mr. West entered the room to see If anything was needed when he found Mr. Herron breathing Ills last, death coming in a very few minutes The deceased was a native of Mis- sissippi, but at 9 years of age moved from that state to Tennessee, rosld- ing In Corrall county, that state, un- til he was twenty-three years of age. when he moved to Gibson county In the same stute, where he resided un- til the 12th of last December w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

I wmm ,, - V • Jf r , V"> ^ v 1 ■ ' . THB W1BKLT D MOCRAT-GAZK"TR, THURBDAT. FEBRUARY 17. IMC. OVER NEW LEAF i M:" I I Shotweli, who is serving a sentence cu the county violating the local option four yearn ago. having from New Orleaus, ha., to ey, goiug before the court leading guilty, called In to nee fif Ifj only 3« years of age, but had a wonderful experience for man of hi* age. He tells us thai he has served fourteen years In the penitentiary from Titus, Ellis and Collin counties, but thanks (}od that he Is now through, and us soon as he gets through serving Ills 110 days' sentence in Collin county, nothing on earth will stand against him; then, lie says, once more, he will be a citizen. He served the terms in the penitentiary for forgery, and l"lis hx that lie was guilty of all the "harges against him. While ser- ving his last sentence In the pen, he with some other convicts, got away, he Jumping into a river, two guards emptying their guns ut him. he bare- ly eneaping, lie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

' x% ■'( 1 S——— THE WKMKLT DEMOCRAT-0AZETTB. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1 0S. : * n STOP Sp*mdimg tkat dollar fooli$kly and pat it in tke bank, where yam can not only gave il, bat add to it from time to lime ST A KT The "taving habit" and yam'll be tarprited how your bank account will grow LET US HELP YOU SAVE Collin County National Bank McKINNEY, - - TEXAS ^ * • SOCIALISM A KKriA v TO W. I* HICKIiKY l Y IMItMKU OF MKIUT. JOHN NTIXklt M GII SfflcKXXXXXXXXXXXOOOOOOOOOOOOOO' ^OOOOOOO^OOOOOOOOOO; It's nothing new to claim superior quality for any flour hut—the PROVEN CLAIMS that IMW JN'O. L. UOVKJOY, President. FRANCIS H. WELCH. Vice Pres. HOWELL E. SMITH, Cashier. FRED EMERSION. Vice Pres. J. G. FITZHUOH. Assistant Cashier. O N O* UJV Absolute Safety to Depositors MONEY TO LOAN In Large or Small Anion ills BASED ON BALANCE AND RESPON- SIBILITIES. Mr. the t he Not A (andidnte poiNTiats ro HKtawKits. hi Tom \V Perkins, editor of the M< - Kinney Courier-Gazette and Weekly Democrat-Gazette...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

mm. y, . f>,v- I HI I MB- * ■ . < THE FAIR New 1908 Kabo Corsets On di-play during this wale at 95c 35clkind Corsets any^ size New York price only Silk Gloves on Sale $1.25 kind ladies white, blue, pink and champagne elbow Gloves at pair Lace Curtains Cheap 100 Lace Curtains, Single Curtains on sale at Corset Covers 85c corset Covers, all nicely trimmed. See them this Sale at each muslin Pants on Sale Children's Muslin Pants 15c value on sale at pair 9c Ladies Gowns on Sale New 1908 Mulin Gowns worth tip to 75c. All out at each 49c Embroideries on Sale Short lenghts {worth up to 15c yard, 2 to;5 yds all out in this^Salc atjjyd j 9c NewlWaists on Sale New Spring Waists worth up to $2.00, several styles to select from. You must see them to ap- preciate their value,this sale each U' h* CO I is,' r T % f w m ^ ■Nil to I) SaLB! ON ALL WINTER GOODS THE FAIR Sale positively Closes March 7th, You dont know what a good ihing .vou are missing < mo e great Belling days from Monday, Va...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

:w. M THfi' m ' v THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZIT TE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY f7, 190S. r' 4 ' A * */ OOPKVILLK Hi ' * ' V-' ^ The sick In our town are Improv- es. Tom Yeager wan In Parmersvllle last week. Mrs. E. M. Glass visited relatives In Parmersvllle last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harris of Nevada vla- ited Miss J. L. Yeager Sunday. K. H. Fowler bus been In Dallas several weeks, returning home Sun- day. Jpliii Nowlln nnd Kerz Jones are lioth eraattmg nice residency In our tow* J. Nv. C. (Jfook went l Corsica sa last Wedticsda? to visit the I. O. 0 F. Home. Mrs. Her) Craft visited her'parents In Parmersvllle Saturday, returning home Sunday. Miss Guly Neal came iu Friday to vlalt home folks, returning to her school Sunday. George Hornbuckle and Miss Kid- mu Wade drove to Josephine Satur- day and were married. Our very efficient assistant teacher. Miss Lou Ella Taylor, was sick last week and was not able to attend to her school duties. taetaetaetaeiaatneta etaeiooo hoooo Rev. M, F. Wheeler of McKi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

■ •tM®| . >. if* • •-' "So! ,V;V> WZtfmWs^i V 1 Feinting OB Fat islanding the severe cold our trip through Westminster coun- exceedlngly pleasant. Our growing more popular dally, presalons In r«f«r«M« to tho was heard upon every hand. many| Instances coming from par- had been reading the paper for twenty und twenty-five years* (The old guurd) Napoleon, thought that his old guard were Invincibly, and they did undoubtly from their loyalty, and devotion to his come on the history field of Waterloo, dying rather than surrender amidst the baptism of Are from the combined forces of Wltflngton and Blutcher. will b sert that ha la able to to ' to a plan visit to her so perfect In its way. us to compel all others to accept as the host under all circumstances. Why do I then pro- pose to present a plan once accepted as the most general one as the most scientific and practical manner of feeding the hog from birth to time of slaughter; because 1 believe from research and observation it Is ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

gP«v • THE WKKKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZBTTE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 87. V 08. lot W. Barnes .' 7 1 ' \ 1 * 4 A ik ;4 'QUALITY CORNER' Will C Oerrish C J . " \or^ \ r w;^ -r, FEBRUARY 22, 1908 Dear Friend : Lots of bananas that mamma used % to send me for tasted green when we got them, or they were almost rot- ten. That was because we traded at the grocry that didn't care much about i t1 s customer s . You know it is nice to trade at a place where they treat you nice."If you will go to the right place you can get Ban- anas , Oranges, Apples, Fruit of the season of al1 kinds J Raisens, Figs Etc. Your friend, JACOB. and leave a dollar on subscription to the Weekly Democrat-Gazette. Mr. Dunn Ik an honest, hardworking young farmer. We are glad to keep him on our Hat. —■ <•*«««« Mt If • •• Consult Our Lists... J. O. McLaln, of the Trinity com-IS munlty, came In Saturday to leave g cash for the Weekly Democrat-Ga- « /.ette. Mi Melanin has been reading , J r paper several years. Me taken a « lively I...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

" .m SipS ■ / £1 Westminster Institute£ u^cd, AuH| l«fs of •oast f lB |I . C*|«| i iibj «r><.< win l i ™tjc ««♦ "i rn«,| Uu.- Collin County Hup* i :M This school bad Its beginning hh a it Institution lu the year 1902. In the spring of 19112 the school property owned by the Meth- odist Protestant church wnd known an "Westminster College" was Hold to the Executive Board of the ColHn WtWfn^Jr Baptist Aasoftttfflflhi the' MWbibertf ot tH*' first "W'tHruifetw wf*re. n.v J.' W. 'Klhtf. 3t f.-'Coffey.' J: .l.'MW,' 'j*.'*H. 'BtorherViAid And J. P. "Foiler. Rev. "WUf wnk then pastor of the West- ml it tiler Baptist, church and these men wore all very active and nave liberally to secure and establish this school. The faculty elected by this board to teach the Aral term consisted of Charles Thompson, the superintend- ent of the Wlnnsboro city school, L. B. Rosso r and J. H. Sutherland, and Mrs. Elizabeth J. Roaser was placed In charge of the musical department. During the meeting of t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

■F— 19 n ft: One frial will convince you lhaf Sloans tiivinveivt wilt relieve soreness ond stiffness quicker and easier than any other preparation sold for that purpose • lr penetrates Fo the bone, quickens the blood, drives away fatigue and gives strength1 and elasticity to the muscles. Thousands use Sloan's Liniment for rheumatism, neuralgia, toothache sprains, contracted muscles, stiff joints, cuts, bruises, burns, cramp, or colic and insect stings • PRICE 254,80*. 4*1.00 Dr.Edrl S Sloan.Boaton.Maw.U.SA.; subscribe for The Democrat-Gazette and Dalian News at clubbnlg rate to be seat to his sister, Mrs. O. C. Seals at Madill, Ok. ' Mr. lilshop al- so ordered the St. Louis Republic through us. for himself. Henry Neilon, of St. Paul com- munity whh at the county capltol to- day and remembered to renew his subscription to the Weekly Demo- crat-Guzette for another year. The N'ellou* are among the couuty's best citizens. Master Q. A. Wilson, a pupil of the South Ward School, sustained ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

■ J® yr .... ASTO RIA |>V Ton Hare Always Bought* and which han been la use for over SO years, has borne the slfrnatnre of and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since Its Infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and •• Juat-uH-urood" are but Experiment* that trifle with and endanger the health at Infimts and Children—Experience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Oastoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil* Pare* porta, l>rops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotte substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatuloucy. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels* giving healthy and natum1 sleep* The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. genuine CASTORIA always Bear* the Signature of The Kind You Hare Always Bought In Use For Over 30 ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

*■ < as THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-0AZETTE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1908, *■ INEY IS OUT OF THE RACE ion. B. F. Looney of Greenville, a signed statement to the Green- ^le Dally Herald, and to the pr«w the Staii-, annouuoea his wit li- ra wal from the race for Attorney ineral. jlBs atateineut is uh follows: [To the Herald: The ihh.sk <if the ite will please Bay that 1 will not a candidate for Attorney General Texas thiH year. 1 leave the race for reasons purely kraotial, without a feeling of pique dissatisfaction toward any one 1th the belief, however, that had 1 lalned In the race 1 would have ceived the nomination. 1 wish to express my grateful tanks to all who have, either by >U®r, petition, resolution, in speech, int. personal pledge, or in any otta- way, promised me their support. ||nd those who for any reason oppos- me, 1 hold no grudge whatever. It Is with pleasure that 1 again take my place In'the ranks with the >ys In the trenches to fight for the lupremacy of democratic...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

■ V. UL'] • .' •<« { 4, i ■ ji ■ ■ *T " P s 8ni'*5sj~f 27. 1 0S. f / AT WHOLESALE COST! To reduce our Stock, which is entirely too large, we are placing every item in our house on sale for 20 days ex- actly at WHOLESALE COST. We print our cost mark so that all may see that every item in this store goes at EXACT COST Our Co* Mark B O NM A R C H E T G 1 2 3 4.5 0 7 8 *9 O The Greatest Bargain Feast McKinney Has Ever Known BIUNG THIS MARK WITH YOIT SALE Contin- ues JUIO.OOO Dollar* Worth of Frt'nh Seasonal (■inhIK sr mty-* To Saturday Night Narch 14th. /ill Ctoilijc For 20 $ W'£SS a Hiiys at WIloll'NIlll COST Everything Goes at Wholesale Costs$sg~Nothing Reserved New Embroideries, Muslin Underwear,iPretty styles in new spring ^hirt Waists, Ginghams, Domestics, Shoes and Clothing at lower prices than ever offered. x « * Wool Dress Goods Silks and Cotton Suitings at Cost Here is where you save money. 300 yards pretty cotton Suiting never sells for less than 15 cents per yard, cost sal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 March 1908

V'"1 ^ iv;? M #*!#<; |ijj gjf0 ■ ■ - t !®f|' " y wm: . \ ?Dctnocrat-<8ci?ette rY-FIFTH YEAR, NO. S. McKINNKY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AH, THURSDAY, MARCH S, ll>OH. ] OLD TIME IN ELKDOM was a hot time In Blkdotu iday night. A large crowd was t, and every minute there was aethlng doing. Two new appllca- were received. The lodge Is the most prosperous condition ■lnce Re organisation here. Hon. W. E. Craddock of Terrell, Deputy of the Grand Exalted Ruler, was pres- ent, and made a splendid address on the principles and tenets of Elkdom. Ills speech was highly entertaining ' and edifying, and was liberally ap- plauded at its conclusion. Several local Elks were called upon and re- sponded with short talks. Col. Billy Patterson of Dallas was present, and for over one hour .kept those pres- ent enlivened with witty sayings and anecdotes. He is a hot old Hilly Patterson; a perfectly good one. C. C, Lane of Dallas was also present, and made a few appropriate remarks. All the addresses wer...

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

mm * V';- IPBHUBMIm' f«ft v IM wygggjflsgW / 0BMOCRAT-OAZBTTK. THURSDAY, MARCH B. 1908. / ' ✓ t- fiK;" H COMMITTEE MAY RECONVENE Dalian, Feb. 28.—It looks now as If the State Democratic executive cotnmltttee will be reconvened with- in the next two weeks to consider the question of orderiiiK a special State primary election to elect four delegates ut large to the National convention at Denver. State Chair- man Garden Is favorable to the prop- osition. Hon. George A. Jfcobertaon, the Dallas district member of the committee, expwssed himself In fa- vor of the committee being called to- gether along the lines proposed in the open letter addressed from Fort Worth to Hon. J. M. Edwards by the Barley campaign committee. News from Tyler Is to the effect that Mr. Edwards 1b also agreeable to the proposition. Efforts are being made to have members of the State committee nsk Chairman Carden to call the committee together, so that they may have some tangible reason for issuing a formal call. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 March 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1 08. Why do we sell "Dorothy Dodd" Shoes? Why did we choose "Dorothy Dodd" Shoes above the hundred and one other lines of §lioes for women ? Because "Dorothy Dodd" Shoes possess fitting qual- ities and an attractiveness of style equal to any and superior to many shoes costing double the money. And because "Dorothy Dodd" Shoes afford you absolutely the best value and quality of materials possible to procure in women's shoes at their prices. We now control the agency for these splendid shoes. We want you to come in to see the new styles we have just received. Oxfords $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 W. S. KNIGHT South Side Square. McKinney, Texas. IK •> ❖ •> •> ♦> ❖ ❖ ❖ J •> ♦ ❖ ♦ REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. •> ♦ ❖ ❖ •> ❖ •'/ •> •> R. A. McMUUmi et ux to W. T. Wyntt. 5:? a., C. A. McMillen hur- vey, #2650.00. James S. Haglns to Claud Mayes, lot In Piano, $( oo.oo. W. M. Chaddick to Jnc Pullerton, lot In Piano, $700.00. Emma ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 March 1908

' Wilt- W V5^If •"iV'^PJ ■ \ .> • . t-' ■ • •'•'* * ' . >'.: • -,1 ■ ) '■ V\ •Gazette. BVBRT THUH3DAT. B5 « W. Perkln*, Walter B. Wilson, Publishers and Proprietors. LuMlalr, Associate Editor. Entered a* second-clans mail matter. •■ fp—a—WBBHWI -• --- -l-li- I m > •utaoribers—The d«; prtoud opposite gnu on the margin of the i>«p«r or on the ■ Indicate* tho time to which your ub- la paid. All ■nbserlptlon* «*plr i on the I of the month. Any snbacrtber not receiving paper regularly will ploaae notify na. lb *0 not <<nd reoelpto tor moaer paid on aubckiipUona, but credit aame on slip attached to pepur. M ertMlit la not ahown on 1U> in ten i date of remittance notify thla oAoe.M Om Copy One Year $1.00 AN IMPORTANT MOVK. In the opinion of this paper one of the most important moves yet In- augurated Is that set on foot to or- ganize the onion and other truck growers Into an association. By such an organization as is contem- plated, the farmers can he brought together ...

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

m II Mini, ——ayg |j DlSi Car of Poultry THB WEBKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THCR&DAY. MARCH ft, 1908. I 1908 —— • rt J* ml . ■ j.;- ' A &&&&itat* .aifc •■•1^ * For i lie ptiNl ninety days the market on hen* lias Im-cii cxIiH-nicly low, lull the Northern markets ««• improving vrry fust. In furl the New Vork market lias about rtmlinl (In- usual March prices. Until the Car Leaves Tuesday Night, March 10th, WE offer ^following SPOT CASH For Poultry delivered at Melissa: Hens 7 l-2c lb. Old Roosters 10c Each. \\> have ample coop space lo handle your poultry any day, so you do not have lo wail lo loud iulo car. Bring your eggs and butter, will pay lilt* highest market price. J. E. GIBSON, The Cash Grocer. Melissa, March 2, 1908. early settlers—coming bore over sixty yearn ago. Minn Bale MacR, who, for several years, haw had charge of the ladies suit department of A. G. Chandler's ladles' furutshing goods store, left this afternoon for Shawnee, Ok., where, she has accepted ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 March 1908

JPi 1 '• ■ ) ' -.r". ■?■■' IN FLAMES |i"' • , b m O , March 5.—Death In I it* moat terrible forms yester- clalmed between 160 and 170 children of the N9rth Collin- school, in the village of' Col- an eastern suburb when achool building, catching fire from a defective furnace In the base- ment was gutted lu half an hour. The building being Inadequately protected with fire escapes, the chil- dren were unable to make their way to the lower floors in time to eacape the flames as they shot up from the basement and cut off egress. Starting about 9:30 o'clock in the basement from the overheat- ed furnace, the fire gained tremen- dous headway before its presence was noticed. RIDING PLANTERS at $12.50 each at YV. C. Dysart's, Melissa. Tex. ANKltK IlltOKEX IX FALL. A. J. Hut ton of FariiterNviUe Receive* 1'alnful Injury. Sherman, Tex., March 5.— (Spe- cial)—A. J. Sutton, a prominent cit- izen of Farmersvllle, Collin county, fell and broke his left ankle here early yesterday afternoon. He ar- r...

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