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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 30 August 1906

IS ■y ir K '8. ? The Choice of Tea or Coffee is of mueli importance to us and to our customers. Consequently we use the greatest care in the selec tion of these commodities and offer the finest blends obtainable. Our brand Chase & Sanborn Mocha and Java Coffee at 20 to 35c lb is superior to anything sold at the price. Strong, pure and delicious aroma. Tea lovers will enjoy our Ladies Club Tea, 25 and 50c cans. PRICE STIFF The Provider of Everything Good to Eat McKinney, Texas. Phones 87 and 340. REV. BURROW TO RESIGN A Positive PAHTOH OF C. P. rm'RC'H TO LEAVE McKIXNEY. WILL SOON GO TO WHITNEY He Him Accepted Pwlnrah* of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church There. Rev. J. M. Burrow returned Mon- day from Whitney, where he has been In response to a call from the tiumbershlp of the Cumberland .Presbyterian church to accept the pustorate of the church at thut p'aca which he did, and on next Sundav will resign an pastor of the church here. He will go to Whitney a bow* October 1. Rev. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 30 August 1906

•. m i ' PPHi ; L OVER THE COUNTY. |hl and'Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. WKSTON. J. W. Barnett and (atnllv •re the gueats ofT. H. and wife. Tom Wester returned last from Oklahoma, where h?has I prospecting. He and hie fam- ill move to Altaa, Okla , In It two weeks. |r. and Mrs. Phil Medlln are \1b- frlenda In Fort Worth t.'iis 6k. Mr. John Mugg and wife ara on alck Hat at present. lira. Step Brown and children ive returned home In Fort Worth ter an extended visit to relatives f kcre. They were accompanied hom aye by Mrs. Brown's niece, Miss An- aye May Brown. T. H. Stamps returned last Tues- day from a visit to relatives in Ken- tucky. ^ x The social given at Dr. J. A. Av- ants' laat Wednesday night in hon- or of Miss Selma Watson of Van A1 *tyne, was enjoyed by all present. Mrs. F. R. Wilson and shildren are visiting relatives at Celin.i. Dr. J. W. Crosswhlte was l.i Mc- Kinney last Tuesday on busing. WOODLAWN. Misses Bettye an.l Daisy ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 30 August 1906

fr> w* pr of 1«. of XT' II- b« i * 3d 8t l te it r. 0 Some New Healing and Restoring Forces of Nature. The Natural Way to Get Well. 18 BY NOURISHING THE DIS- EASED PARTS. NOT BY DRUG- OING, Bl'T BY 18INO THE 20TH CENTURY DRUG LESS MEDI- CINES. They contain no particlea of any substance not found In the human body during health, and they can be depended upou to cure dlbease. Ah a matetr of fact, they are the quickest acting forces In the world, not excepting the most powerful drugs. They a,re the idem leal Food elements. They Rive the system the ONLY food it can possibly use, and which It has lost front the inability to extract from your food the nec- essary elements to maintain health. They are Tissue Salts, not poisons. They are tissue builders, and the PROPER FOOD for the body In a diseased Mate. They baulsh pain and cure disease more quickly than any drug, and yet they contain no part or particle of any substance not found in the body. The body is composed of two ele- ments, v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 30 August 1906

' -a- ' H I I 1 I I I I 1 I I I I I I I it MEN WHO r H. TE It It ILL, D SUFFER WITH Varicocele, Stricture Con- tagious Blood Poison, Lo«t Manhood, Seminal Emis- sions, Nervo-Vital Debility, Epilepsy, Hydrocele, Ca- tarrh, Piles and all Chronic Diseases of the Stomach, Kidneys, Bladder and Pros- tate Gland, IE QUICKLY CURED BY D R TkRIULL. T< TerriU's aim hu always been to give men the best trkat- t at moderate corr and thia alone ia the key-note of hia le- able auooeaa. The diseaeea mentioned above are safely and ly cured bv l)r. Terrell in one-half the time usually required m __ 'M a. A. ▲ I i/\ nat<An A tl'IIIT- r ft ilabi i unc.1' ut i'i iwuvii *•* vi'w ------ «-•«~v ■ other forma of treatment and he fives to every patient a writ- «ikoal guarantee of poaitive ana permanent reaulta. An honest aveatigation among the leading Banka, Commercial Agenclea and ■slusiness Men of Dallaa will convince any aenaible man that Dr. f Terrill's honeaty and integrity are beyond reproach and ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 30 August 1906

f "If It Comes From "Goodin" it's^Good Indeed " A Person of Sense is a person who beat preserves those faculties with which nature has endow- ed thorn. They may "hate to wear glasses"- most people do—but the per- son of intelligence thankfully accepts this opticial aid when their eyes tell of its need. When yours speak let us act. Our scrvice, treatment and prices shall all be right. ' (to |*MM w—li «f «Ak.«4 f mdtm. 4f *! < * • • *«%' iwiil iff if ( *)• Tm Cim kin* M|lii Inr *• • \* Ii4«m <t«l Hilin -J wuai.i 'hum fta Cutr «f ill v. minmI by • <ilitiiw|iiw f f«' gto«M «U Mtkl HWfc to W. tauiHVViw'Ini'ilaMfWr. —wfcwgly. >Miklll|. mat *1 M [•a w , u< IMWM M&tmm Here 30 years D. GOODIN, McKinney, Texas. 'The Jeweler" "Always Your Money's Worth.'' J J?**- -V/ CHAHTKRKD. We confer deg rees upon our graduates, and give them a diploma thut w«.l be honored by any institution in America. Te- legraphy taught. Notes eccepted for L ltion. Positions guaranteed. Cat- alogue an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 30 August 1906

I FULL BLAST CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION OAT, OPENS AUSPICIOUSLY WITH URGE AT- TENDANCE-CREDITABLE PARADE THIS MORNING. L' n rnd day of tbe seventh an- ic and reunion of the Col- ly Ex-Confederates and Picnic and Reunion in dawned clear and and by early morning people the surrounding country began Into the city, so that by 9 the square was crowded and a very animated appear- very body seemed to be in of spirits and intent on > good time and allowing •tilse the same privilege. Jkt 9. IS o'clock the parade form- I mi the vacant lot on Davis and int streets, and headed by the band, marched around the preceded by Capt. Tuck grand marshal and assistants, mm* along the route previously •listed. to the picnic grounds, where ■Unroprfate exercises were held. Following the band were Confed- * rahB veterans on foot and on horse- tmck, the McKlnney Fire Depart- ment, the members being in full uniform, Harry White & Cos. liuadsome tallyho, driven by Mr. White. In which were seated, Misses No...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 30 August 1906

IhipB^r^r' > " "™"w' n HSb« can look out, but you cc n't look in" Vudor THADK MARK MTtNTCO PORCH SHADES lOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Vudor Porch Shades. flake your veranda a coot living room, free from the sun's raya. Brery breeze that paaa- ea will reach you, but tho aun cuuuot enter. The White house at Washington la equipped with Vudor Shudea. Perfect privacy uud com- fort. Made of Linden-wood- fibre, the beat non-con- ductor of heat known. Stained in pleasing weatherproof colora. I D n^w.^U HARDWARE and furniture, J. r. Doweil, McKINNEY, TEXAS. >00000000000000000000000000000000000 — The Value of a Beginning Too many people look down 011 small beginnings. We like that kind. In our years of experience we have seen many fine accounts prow from a deposit of one dollar. Suppose you open a small aoeouirt with us and together we will watch it grow. Add to it regularly and you will be surprised at the result. Continental Bank and Trust €0., McKinney, Texas. • You are Always • Welcome at the...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 30 August 1906

/ z1 STATES SENATOR ntOM SOUTH CAROI " - PRAISES PC-RU NA. Htm. M. C. Butler, Rx-U. R. H n- from South Carolina for two Urnt, In a letter from Washington, 'IKC., writes t« the Fernna Medicine Oo„a follows: •'# can recommend Peruna tor dfyapepnla and atomach trouble. ' tare been using your medicine tor m abort period and I feel very much It l Indeed a wonderful bealdem a good tonic." ATAHKH of the stomach is the cor- name for most cases of dys- In order to cnre catarrh of the Ifce .catarrh must be eradicated. Ooi/ aa Internal catarrh remedy, m Peruna, is available. Xtaruna exactly meets the Indications. * Mi >|i T9V, *J,\ST MoKI.VNEV. ICr*. Sarah Hodges has rtuuiu'd lome after four weeks' guy at Val- diata. Mr*. Will Hill lias returned to l *-r hum* ai Alba after two weeks' i isJ t h r . Mi«> «"ara < > i c i , o« V:n y jiirsie "No. \ 'nr.. 1 nor friend, Janie Bradley here. Ilss Pentfl :K!cp visited a few duvs with her aunt. Mis. LDlie Gaa:t, a! ijong Sock. Hoy so Johnson,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 September 1906

w ■ ■■■ .* ** r , A . • THE DEMOCRAT-Q $1.00 PER YEAR. McKtNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1906. AUGUST WEATHER METEOROLOGICAL REPORT FOR THE PAST MONTH. EXTREMES IN TEMPERATURE RtH||c of From !Wwty-8rvrn De- Kicru to 50 Dennis Shown During Month. Below is the iaetorologlcal report for the month of August: • « • « Teni|H-ratutv. The hotetst day was the 30fh 97 degrees. The coldest day was the 27th, 58 degree*. • • • • Barometer (trading. The highest pressure was on the 1st, 29.la. The lowest pressure was on th,<j 15th, 28.88. * • * * TO INCREASE SCHOOL FACILITIES ANOTHER TEACHER ELECTED FOOt CENTRAL St'HOOL. TO ERECT NEW BUILDING hnntract Let to J. M. .Murtia \V«1- ne«day for Additional Struct* ure on Campus. Rainfall, dates 4 .. .. 5 . . . . Inches .. .3a .. .sr. .. .51 ll 20 25 1.9;* . .08 Total 3.70 Remark*. The rainfall for toe past month was 2.6G Inches, above tite past five year average. The past month hud one calm, seven cloudy, four partly clenr and nin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 September 1906

' . ;* ' ' • ; " - " ■ , ' A Sir '1' ■' Our Mr. Hammond has just returned from the Eastern market where he bought thousands of dollars' worth of New Fall Woolen Skirting and Pretty Cotton Suitings, Silks, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Hose, Etc, all of which you will find at a price much cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. Everything marked in plain figures and everything sold as advertised this sale. One price to every one. Sale Starts Saturday, Sept. 8, iqo6 Pretty New Fall Dress Goods at Special Cut Prices All the new shades Broadcloth at - 76c Mohair and Sicilian, all new checks and solid colors, all go in this sale 48c Hepelents and Kirscy Cloths all go in this fall opening sale at. 48c Extra Special 2c dozen Pearl Buttons, worth jit any other store 5c all out in one big lot at 2c Calico Special 20O0 yards good Calico, all color*, will be sold during this sale at 3 l-2c yd Extra Special on Lace 75 pieces fine val lace and insertion worth 10c, all go iu this sale at 6c yard "* . [....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 September 1906

4t I Just Back From Market.! • <■ • New Goods 3 Arriving Daily S Everything New, Fresh, • M'KINNEY SCHOOLS OPEN t NEW SCHOLASTIC TKRM BKGAN HRRR MONDAY. OPENING h AUSPICIOUS > 8 i 8 Up -to-date. They were bought right. Will be sold low. Pay us a visit. "Get the habit" trading at : 1'n) I Attendance at the Different School v— Interesting Exercise* Al J oik's Academy. {THE FAIR,| : S. T. HAMMOND, Proprietor SPLENDID SPECTAC7LE. Most Magnificent Fleet Ever Ashciii- bled Under American Flag. Oyster Bay, Sept. 4.—Under Bkles that broke brilliantly before u whist- ling westerly gale which swept down Long Island and blew out to sea the sullen clouds nnd tempestuous rain which threatened to immeasurably mar the spectacle, President Roose- velt. within hailing distance of his summer home, reviewed the most t magnificent naval fleet ever assem- bled under the American flag. Forty-five of the most splendid types of fighting vessels afloat lay at anchor In three long columns as the naval ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 September 1906

v,nmnFcsrr-. * ' -\r ■ •nr- ~•" _ - iral Debility In and day oat there is that failing i that make* a burden of itself, i not strengthen. j doe* not refresh. 4I Is hard to do, hard to bear, what aid be msjt.—vitality 1b on the ebb, and whole y.«tem suffers. or this condition take Hood's SarsapariUa It vitalises the blood and give* vigor and tone to all the organs and functions. In usual liquid form or In choeolntcd tablets known as Sarsatab3. 100 doses $1. *9H~ The Democrat-Gazette. Published Eevery Thu*"« day. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTH'R II. WILSON', Editor*. Publishers and Proprietors. To Subscribers: -The date printed opposite your name rn the martfln of the paner or on the wrapper Indicate# the time to which your aut - ■crtptlon I* puld. All i.ub crlptlon expire or. the Brat of the month. Any subscriber not r< - oatvlDK the paper regularly will pleaae notify ur. W# do not send receipts for money paid on " does, but credit same on slip a'tacked , la not shown on slip In ten revltt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 September 1906

■ "****• — ' '■■—;* ■ ?«*■■ -y **• % ■'•*• !.#* J > > I A a GENERAL STOR Mm/ 1 V/ "Hurry with that STAR Plug" Most men will wait untii they can get ''Star" rather than chew less tasty plugs. But they don t like to be without their "Star" chew any longer than necessary. No chew is so rich, waxy and sweet—no plug so generously satisfying—no tobacco so economical and wholesome as STAR PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO None but the choicest leaf ever gets under a "Star" tag—never has and never will. The quality that has made "Star" famous is still, as always, the best obtainable. Only the richest, ripest* sweetest leaf is good enough for "Star"—that's w hy it is so sweet, so whole- some, so juicy, so elastic and lasting, so econom- ical. "Star" lasts twice as long as "cheap" chews. 150,000,000 IOC. pttcts sold annually. In All Stores Misses Delln Stallcup of Celina, and Ma'-abb of Lewisvllle, Denton, county, are visiting Mrs. Jim Cooper in this city. Mrs. Lovy of this city nnd Mrs. Stallrup of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 September 1906

m r ' / : V — mmmmm mmm « BeVery),Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALIKH & WILSON, Publishers and Proprietors. -14* * •r '"idictt** th>' 7lmr to WbicVyour ub- losUpUd. AH "ub*5ri I o«*'on at of tbr mo«th Any «UMcr1l r not rt* eetvlng the p p«r i*gul rljr wUl pl«s*e notify u . - lit ' • K W« 4o not Mnd receipts for money P*'^05 ••bacrip1 l« PMH-r Mfarroi vSSXmTtcJSirS^e on sUp tftoohed Mm _L.Jit I. _«• .knM AM kiln 1 r> t.#«Tl !r|u credit U not shown on Up In uso m 4bu of rswttunos, notify Uil (.moo. Subscription Hate*. One copy one year $1.00 THUKHDAV, HKIT. 0. HM* . Whom would you rather be, your- self or tbe Czar of Russia? Great achlevments are only great thoughts put Into execution. Mr. Bryan a taw years j ago. and called hlri) a ^opu^st going «o. far as to resign his congression- al nomination because he did not like Mr. Bryan's attitude on things In genersl. Dimes to doughnuU that BUlle Bryan is right, and we are with him—heart and soul. Fortunate, M>yo the Terrell Tran...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 September 1906

. . 'Kfmr ■,i , . '.M '? ;'lS I Don't Thirst f ' < r s p « S ! § * 11 ft P ' •iti« i fjivfJj r' Come to our fountain. We are quenching more and more thirsts every day as the reputation of our Bupeib soda water spreads. We serve all the popular fountain bevet aires, but we strive to make them more satisfying and delicious than the ordinary. High grade materials add much to ihe quality of soda water, and we pay extra in order to get the purest and best to be had. "Drink our soda once, and you will come again." Smith Brothers "Prescription Druggists." V Havz You Tried some off the bread turned <out by Our Expert Baker He is new in JYlcKinney, but old in the business. No better bread in Texas than baked here. MODEL BAKERY Phone 4. H. O. WILSON, Propr, AARON BRYANT, Mgr. The People Who Patronize Our Soda Fountain ^ have vou taste ours, and see if its not all we claim 11 to be, jur syrups are mad.- from trenh fruit juices. They are pure and you whl like them all. We serve the latest...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 September 1906

- '■ '■ NEW VAULT OF CONTINENTAL yf 'DMMOND BRANDSHt FOR EVERT FOOTi FIVE BI6 FACTORIES We make every tyle of shoe that it worn. That is one reason why we can give you better value for the money in Diamond Brand shoes than is possible in factories making only one kind of shoe. Aa we operate five large plants, subdivided into evetl specialty factories, every inch of leather can be utilized in kmiw department and we are enabled to graile our leather to produce uniformly the highest quality without waste. Ask your dealer for Diamond Brand Shoes. 0/ueC^'T"- •33&S! WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN ANT OTHER HOUSE IN THE WEST, IABY SHOW PROMOTER. "Trihutc to Hit* Genius l y Fort Worth Record. Jim DocTclns' annual baby show 1b :«* indispensable feature of our big Mjicsira. Picking out prlze-wlnnlng tmbies in the presence of a multi- tude of fond and doting mothers is a precarious Job few men covet. Ye* Jim DciklnB delights "to rush In where angels fear to tread." The caateius often wax fur...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 September 1906

fr A ' If J: Comes From "Govilin" it's Good IiiikeA A Person of Sense HSGP,!ES HDK «8 a person who boat pruscn'cH those faculties with which nature has endow- ed thaw, They may "hate to wear glasses"—most people do but the per- son of intelligence tha- kfully accepts this opticial aid when their eye* te 1 o? Its need. When yours apeak lot us act. Our scrvioc, treatment and prices (.hull all be right. ■qrxw-n ,t- S,-: V* ''I I UtZBAOXG ?• Ml# tJ ih* ftv. it* r<\m. •• fi< « ri,<t ,n. 4*y, t,„ r*«kui4. ilrf«|l^i |>t«4 TM* C*' « * iwn vMf| 11 W IK# « wihiii^ik/ «k4dn i.«A K b #i !iW f*«* Ctrr. 11 all !*.;« w* * r* j«4 ! J'4nii«r lyw 1 <w>i*I p' v« ^ IHrl j)I *<mU1 Mi. •V. r vMM ® v** t F*t *««««%. /<«' -c''. ** «♦« '! •, «>w ^ •••** «r •II ««J «.• *r«flU« WNtMui i|k My. Here 30 years D. G00D1N, McKinney, Texas. "Always Voir Mon°y's Worth. ' "The J ewoler" <>■ rilAltii'.itKl). Wo (-outer deijrees upon cur • raduates, and i;Iv^ them n diploma that w..l be ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 September 1906

fW: ' 1L ™. Si® ' V. ' *$lSi0Bfp!PSS! « - . , ■ • ''v' " K; vP,i^;,':i *?4 'A i ; Everybody ry bouv Uses WHITE BILLOWS ^K1 jpLOt^' QN J^ARTH ■UIX KIOTO IN CHICAGO. ■imuI Sfx-ml lleati'D am) Fortv M'*n Arn*!<" l. THROCKMORTON OAHI U. C. V. €:Il.c4ku Sept. I.—Violence and In <is«> UutiADce murder ware the re- a nt? of the race excitement that de- while the returns from the CpMaxKXt'taon tight; were being re- «eiwwfi in Chicago The levee district wan aJinnie with the spirit of law- iMtBCMft that hroke out at frequent fttirrvais a* 'the partisans of one or utfhar of the fighters ventured an In one case a drunken ne- OTerhearlnR a remark from two i «£ his h«i race that did not men. whipped out a revolver feifled one of the men and the «ther. to sither parts of the city negroes wrw tJW victims of bettors who lost ■Mr m l&elaon. In South Chlca- ti ttxkrt between blacks and whites in the severe beating of avgroes and the arreHt of for- ty mm. In another instance a no- bis way h...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 September 1906

w yww' ALL OYER THE COUNTY. href uriu tw* |The* • iQ •mi uib« rove will rdujr hool Gastttt^ Corps of Spccial Corespondents. Bright antf'Nowiy Letters From TH« Democrat- Ion && MKli. NwttplJLn ai BOI 41* If the f 1 of anl ■That up, lot If not N# HO. % I A £tt'opllngei-'and" fa«fili who hava be}n i^ltuis in Dcuumi ty, retuitneilMj <Hi « Armtmft'*""*"1*" The Mlsaee Simmons visited at Ifoote liiit ,week. Kid. R. b. Horn will preach at hi# place Sunday at 4 p. in. The writer attended Sunday vchool at Vlnelahd Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Harris have a twelve pound baby girl at their house. Tom ^MifiplAhun and family and M Butler amj^j^ildreii of .Duvaa^H.'"^.*. who ha en visit- ing here for several days, have re- turned home. Mr. and Mrs. U. VV. Durham visit ed jft Pike Saturday and Sunday. James Durham and family are vis Itlng relatives at Durant, 1. T. On August 27th the death angel entered the home of Mrs. Houston and (laimcd for its own her daugh- Re . Osborne or Princeton w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 September 1906

" W&'teftfcn • "ft**" ^<^,.„;-4.., \ ...:^' i -^'-',,', ,'L „"'' iazette. lursday. m I $k if a '.? Sftfirt. 1 % foil w. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON. ibacrlbera: -The WHS«« o whK Ji your «b- AU aufcacrlpUona al on t u. w -.with. Any luVtcrlbw n®*1** the p per rcgolarly will please notify tta. we<o notten4reoelpte tor mm P*1^®" •■bMrlptlona, bat credit aam® Sn slip snaCiied t* paper, If credit la not ehowa on ellp In tan Jan/ran«*taof rawlttaaos,aatlfy tbU offloe Subscription Retee. Om copy one yww $1.00 THURSDAY, HK1T. 6, 1008. The average man is always the other fellow. There is always something to do in Texas for the man who wants to work. Money invested In Texas land will jitand In any hurricane or flnaaclal cataclysm. With some men the ambition to be famous Is very well satisfied by their becoming notorious. Better roads In Collin county means a more prosperous, more progressive and more contented cit- izenship. There is always something good that you can say for McKinney...

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