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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 March 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. MARCH 19, 1908. For Weak Kidneys Inflammation of the blad- der, urinary troubles and backache use DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills A Week's Treatment 25c I. O. XtoWITT * CO.. ChicMO. III. FOR SALE BY SMITH BROS. Marriage Licenses. A. B. Mayhew and MIbr Luru Ware. Jack Smith anil Miss Bernlce Choate. J. W. Aycock and Miss Bertha Yeary. 0. C. Stewart and Miss Annie Tay- lor. 1. J. HouHton and Miss W. A. Houston. Clarence Lewis and Miss Lizzie Rousey. Lame Shoulder. Whether resulting; from a sprain or from rheumatic pains, there Is nothing ho good for a lame shoulder as Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Apply it freely and rub the parts vigorous- ly at each application and a quick cure is certain. For -sale by Smith Bros. No l'*e •< Die, "I have found out that there Is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr. King's New Dis- covery," says Mrs. J. P. White, of Rnshboro, Pa. "1 would not be alive today only for that wonderful med- icate. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 March 1908

i Democrat-Gazette. EVERY THURSDAY. M W. Perkins, Walter B. Wilson. PuUbhen and Proprlrtow. Luidale, Auori*t« Editor. fxs i m K - - as second-clans mail matter. To Mtbcoriban—Th* date printed •pp«alte Mr nun* on lh« margin «f th# paper *r on th« rapper IndlcAtM the time te which your nub- ia paid. AH Bubecrlptlona expire en the the month. Any anb*crit r not r*c*l*lnf regularly will plaaa* notify ua. W* da not aaed raoalpta for maaay paid on •ubcartpUona, but credit aama oa ellp attached to pa par, If credit la uat hawa on ailp In ton 4tya rran data of ranlttanoo notify thla oSco. a Copy One Year $1.00 No Texas voter will suffer from ennui this year. What is called the Merry Widow hat haa become very popular lu Mc- Kinney. AH McKinney Is proud of the new First Baptist church. The inure you observe it the more beautiful it ap- pears. The monnier Woodmen rally, Ini- tiation and banquet to be he'*! hero March 26, promises to be the biggest thing ever held In McKinney. The Wylie Rustler ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 March 1908

■ - THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZR". TE, THURSDAY, MARCH 19. 1908. 'I t 4 r •/< i PROFESSIONAL DEPARTMENT CARDS OF VARIOUS PROFES- SIONS GROUPED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC Invited to Colunina In Which Art* Notices of Doi'totn, Dentist*, L H)er*, Not are*. Etc. T. H. ftryant, Dentist, Foou House. Phoue 203. McKinney. Dr. J. C. N. Smith, Dentist. Up- stairs over Abbott's Book Store, Mc- Kinney, Texas. J. A. GARRISON, Fire and Torna* do Insurance: office cam Hide square, over J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Co. Mrs. R. E. Chamber*-—Fire Insur- ance agent, office old stand, Star Ba- kery buildiug, No. 18 W. La. St., Mc- Klnney, Texas. I rs. Penrose and Wynne, Osteopaths Mallow building, southwest coruei square. Phone 162. Dr.«E. L. Burton, Specialist, eye, ear, nose# and throat, McKiuuey, Texas. Foote House. Jamrs Lewis, Veterinary Surgeon Prompt attention; office phone tf39; North Kentucky street, McKinney, Texas. H. A. Aliernatliy, Lawyer. Col- lin County Abstract Co.; laud titles abs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 March 1908

K . ■;h ■■as m mftl • «!■ __, " _•• —" —q<™™*"W.THBR8DAV- "A"CH "■ ,M — ■ <f! •> !*«; . '. V ' v ..v,\ ,-'■ : / ' —i" LADIES' WRAPPERS 20 dozen nice $1.25 wrappers on sale, each 95c orth of New Spring Goods Opened at bons, Clothing, SPECIAL INTRODU< _ 0 . lower prices than you will be able to buy them again this season. Our Cash Prices Cannot Be Undersold NewlSprine Waist Specials above cut, nicely trimmed with two rows of pretty wide embroidery incert- ing—one row lace, plaited and tuoks. $1.25 Value, Sale Pric^, each 95c Too many Waists to Jmention here. See them on sale 950. $1.25. SI 50 Long and Short Sleevos. Latin 4l-2c 700 yards pretty Scotch Lawn, sells elsewhere 6c yard. Knight's in- troductory sale prioe 4 c Apron Ginghams 1000 yards nice Apron Ginghams 0 l-4c value ()ur Introductory price 4 c A woman is conscious of her superior appearance when she is wearing an AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSET She knows she looks well then, that she is charmingly attractive and that he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 March 1908

r' W n ''■ • '•: 1k.i$iwHi ' l> ♦ < ► , ♦ ft "♦ ^ ' f You'll Know What Comfort is if you w'lwt one of our {treat variety of easy cluiirs. With one of «Ii4>tii in your room you'll Im* content to stay there every night. No other in tin* house will Im- such a popular ARTICLE of FURNITURE Collit* and treat yourself to one or more. The prices are so low that you can alforii to bo lilieral and give some one else ut your liouxe the pleasure of u chair so restful and comfort' uble. /. P. DO WELL, 'THE QUALITY" Furniture House■ McKlNNBY, TEXAS. r- - ARTISTIC M0NUMENT5 SCULFTURf A BIG PRICE does not always insure the ap- priateness and kooiI taste of a monument. They depend on the skill and judgment of the design- er. We want to submit sketches and designs for any sort of monu- mental work, and solicit an op- portunity to do so. Claude Bell Phone 5(12, M< Kinney, Texas, representing J. W. Uooch & Co., Waco, Texas. WE PUT INTO OUR PHOTOGRAPHS Both thought and work and endeavor ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 March 1908

*3k" %? It's nothing new to claim superior quality for any flour but—the PROVEN CLAIMS that WHITE BILLOWS FLOUR possesses all the high qualities that its makers tell you about, cannot be denied. It's al- ways the same, from day to day, from month to month. "IT WILL PLEASE YOU ALL THE TIME." ooooooooo Men's Things Titer arc here the ex?luslwp ideas of the fashion centers and fash- ion setters. You'll be able to se- lect all or any of the items of ap- parel that you n«ed to present a becoming appearance on all social % . ... .. or business occasions • m '■* SEE OUR NEW SPRING SAMPLES Before You Buy that New Suit. White & Newsome Merchant Tailors and Gents* Furnishers. McKINNEY, TEXAS. Over 100 Years f Of Good Paint Making! | x ❖ t t t t X Thai it> the cxpciicmv 1m* IiIikI Harrison's "Town anil Coun- try" I "Mi ii t. Of course, i( is the best. It onulit to In*. Men who have UM-ri it always buy il attain, because it is a money saver. ii harrisons1 Town and Country" Paint fV outwe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 March 1908

. THE WEEKLY DRMOCRAT-nAZr-T«, THURSDAY, MARCH 19. 1908. 4 m: . l n r £,*fe*0© &5K tPr&P' U c&^Z' ■ '• 6 More Great Bargain Days Closing Saturday, March 28 Tlimid. C spools Clark's O. N. T. fur 25c 25c Talcum. Mennen's Talcum pow der on sale at 13c Or Domestic. Sea Inland domestic as long as it lasts yd 4c KM' (iiiiglinin 10c Gingham cheeks and striped gingham at yard 7£c 5c Canvas. Yard wide canvas on sale yard 4£c Bring in your premi- um coupons and get your share of the pret- ty premiums. 7 I-2c Hut ton* 3 cards pearl buttons on Rale at 5c 1th- Soap Williams' shaving soap at each 5c 15c Supporters Children's hose sup- porters at 9c lftc Trimming Embroidery and inser- tions, short pieces, yard 9c 8Sr Pants Boys knee pants at pair only 23c See our pretty new Silks to be sold during this great spring opeaing sale at 45 cents. Our pretty Calico on sale at 4 1-2 cents. Scotch Lawns at 4 1-2. Several big cases new spring goods just opened since our sale started. See the man...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 March 1908

Rgjn^ * DEMOCRATS Spring Dallas, Tex., March 12. The best is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It is the best because it does the most good. While it makes the blood pure, fresh P. at™,,*. Cu,!.,,,,,, of ,i, f'mi'ibi*' and lively, it tones the stomach to bet- tton Democratic Executive Commit- ter digestion, creates an appetite, stimu* tw. has issued the following: jates t^e kidneys and liver, gives new To the Democracy of Texas. At u , , . ,, brain, nerve and digestive strength. conference of Democrats from muny localities in Texut) held in the city of Fort Worth Feb. 29, It was decid- ed to enter into a campaign for the submission of the question of State Prohibition to the people. I was selcted as manager of this campaign, and earnestly solicit the aid of every Democrat in Texas and all others In sympathy with this great cause. At the conference above mention- ed the following resolution was pass- ed: "We, your committee, recommend that the State Democratic Executive Committee be properly peti...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 March 1908

,, -v" THE WEBKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1 0R. MASS MEETING MORE FUN THAN A CIRCUS Not since the visit of Sells Bros. & Foropaugh's "greatest. shows oil earth" to McKlnney last November, has there been so much fun in the old town was turned loose Thursday night, on the occasion of the muss meeting held at the court house for the organization of a Democratic club. It had been currently reported on the streets that there was likely to be a lively time, and the district court room was nearly full—the en- tertainment far exceeding the indi- cations of the advance notices. How- ' ever there was no bitterness mani- fested. everybody remaining in a good humor and giving full vent to democratic out huslmjm. The meeting was called to order shortly before s o'clock by Hon. R. C. Merrltt, who In a few appropriate words stated the object of the meet- ing. Judge M. (J. Abernathy was unanimously elected temporary chairman and S. H. Graham tempor- ary secretary. The following we...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 March 1908

1 , IVOR. ;:%r w % :* I j I I Elf: «;■ . W - *<■■■. Sjifi , X imbi smii | Welcome, Yes Thrice Welcome to the | "Boys of the Woods" E extend to every "wielder of the ax" a glad hand, and bid you come and sit on our "stump" and rest on the 26th. We have gone to the eastern clothing forests and culled the best timber of them all and planted them in our store for your in- spection, and they are now in full bloom of the latest spring shades, in browns, tans, elephant greys, blue serges, in fact every thing that could be found in the woods for you. Our stock of clothes for men, young men and boys was never so complete as now. Mens Suits, $7.50 to $30.00—Young Mens, $5.00 to $25.00 Boys Suits, $2.00 to $12.00 Our furnishing goods stock is in full bloom, and our hat stock is planted in rich soil that produces the largest yield in the county. Come to see us and we will show you the largest forests of clothing and furnishing goods and hats in the city. We are the only exclusive clothing an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 March 1908

BoHEiii UkchlD TWKX'I Y-FIFTII YKAIt, NO. M. McKlNNKY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, TIUItMDAY, MAIM'H 2«l, IMOM. i I H DELEGATES TO FORT WORTH A well attended and enthusiastic meet inn of the Central Democratic club wus held at the court house Fri- day bight, Chairman Judge M. G. Aberuuthy, presiding. and the secre- tary, S. H. Graham, at his desk. On calling the meeting to order Judge Aberuuthy made a brief but spirited speech, pleading tor a united democ- racy against the common foe. New Member*. Received. The following additional names were added to the club's membership list: W. W. Butler, W. W. vVhitsel, J. D. Herndon, A. i*. Mills, C. R. Mills, Henry Luscum, P. H. Hipp. J. E. Kinder, H. W. Klnser. M. A. Turner, A. C. Wetsel, W. L. Hedgecoxe, i!. W. McKinney, J. F. Brock, T. A. Wilson, G. G. Groves, Bob Worsham, John Wilson. Wale McGarry, W. M. Shipley, J. C. Griffin, Kelly Wor- sham, W. H. Dowell, .1. C. Boone, T. O. Dorsev, Homer Rogers, I. A. Eu- bank, T. L. Craig, S. P. Couch, B. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 March 1908

1 '■■S-" " fife <I® « 'f" '$ '.w, " 'T tSsBw • ' I . ' '''' , THE THURSDAY. MARCH *«. 1I0S. CASTORIA The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been la use for over 30 years, has borne the signature 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 " Just-aii-good"are but Experiments that trifle with and ©ii«laii|c«*r the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute fbr Castor Oilf Pare- goric, Drops and Boothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays FovcriNlincHS. It cures Dlarrhtea and Wind Colic* It relieves Teething Troubles, curcs Constipation And Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and uatural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend* CENU!NE CASTOR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 March 1908

*■ ' w THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. MARCH 26. 1908. <w a LJPSB Over 100 Years Of Good Paint Making| That 1m tin* eipwrlence behind Harrison's "Town and Coun- try" |>ulnt. Of t'liurtM', it Im Hit* best. It ought to be. Men who have UM'd It ulnuyn buy it again, liecause it I* a money saver. t'AIJ, KOU FINANCIAL HKLI*. Send Contributions to (ieu. We Ow- fiix, Dulla*. «4 HARRISONS' Town and Country" Paint out\v<*aru any other wort or brand of Taint, whether hand-marie or ready-mixed. It spreuds mo far, that only a comparatively Minall amount Im neetied for painting a house. Cnli or write for Maniple card showing 'ull line of color*. J. M. WILCOX & SON McKINNEY, TEXAS • • Refrigerators and Ice Boxes.. Dallas,• Texas.—In assuming the j management of the campaign for I democratic submission of the Prohi- I bit Ion question In Texas I realize we j need I lie liberal support of our ; frleuds. Every democrat who wants tliIk question submitted to the people should feel i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 March 1908

Democrat-Gazette 11LX1—L-. ■ 1 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY W. IVrfcln*, Walter IL WiUon, PVbltihern and IVniirkHoni. iMMlnlf, AwxtrhtP Kdltor. Entered its second-class mail matter. To Mtwcrltorw—Th« date prints opposite your tiame on the marvin of the i> p«>r or on tho rr uu«!i 'liltcJiifN the time to wnlch your ub- •oriptlon Is p«ld AH unhnorlptlniih expire on the trat of the mouth. Any nubserlher uot rvelvin* the p*por regularly will pleaae notify ua. We <So not aend receipt* for mouey paid on •ubcarlptlona, hut crt<dlt r^ine on allp attached to l ap« r, K credit la uot shown on allp 'u • > doya from date of remittance notify thin offlce. < One Iktpy One Year fi.oo Ami ntill the fight In the Demo- cratic ranks goes fiercely on. Cyclone Davln Is on the slump against Baile.v. Cyclone in a whirl- wind, wlien it comet to speaking. Ten thonaiind acres of onions have been planted in Collin county. That beats all the politics yon can trump up. The kind of politics existing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 March 1908

y.\ — '■ •'V, . wmmm THB WKEKI.T DEMOCRAT-OA35BTTK. THURSDAY. MARCH 26. I90*.1 «8 VIXKLA.N1>. ALL OVER THE COUNTY. ■right and N«way Litton From Th« D«mocrat-Oaz«tU's Cerpa of Spaeial Correspondents. Wywy* 8jw'!W# 1 BISHOP lis* Lena Horn |e from Gunter. Jalos Tucker of Enid, Ok., Is vis- rig friends lu re now. IMbert Franklin of McKlnney vis- i hlb brother, Bol> Franklin, yes- Idgy. R. C. Foyster is ut home after at - j idlng the blK stock show In Fort trth last week. returned ' Dan Bishop went to Madlll. Oklu. last Saturday on business Joe Bishop and mother made 11 business trip to Princeton Tuesday. .1. 10. Marshall In visiting hi" mother near Madlll, Oklahoma, at this writing. "Grandma" Kenedy of East Mc- Klnney Ik visiting her son. Oliver, j and family at present of Viney Vlney of her ■ Hiss Bosh Talklngton of McKiuney j Hennle Hardin spent Satuida> rted her aunt. Mrs. Lou Talking- 1 wtth Mr a,ld MrH Knu,k J. last Monday. .Decker of Blythe Chapel. Sllr. and Mrs. Dull How...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 March 1908

1XW EBU f#' ./ mmm t Sf, 1908. LADIES' WRAPPERS 20 doseen nice SI.25 wrappers on sale, eaoh 95c Spring Goods Opened at our store the past ten days. New Dress Goods, New Laces, New Embroideries, Rib- bons, Clothing, Shoes, Slippers and Millinery. At the opening of the Spring Season twe offer SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY SALE PRICES. Selling many lines of new Spring [Goods at lower prices than you will be able to buy them apaiu this season, Our Cash Prices Cannot Be Undersold 1 New Sprine Waist Specials 48 I-adita' Waists like above cut, nieely trimm«d with two rows of pretty wide embroidery inoert- ing—one row lace, plaited and tucks. $1.25 Value, Sale Price, each 95c Too many Waists to Jmention here. See them on sale 95c. $1.25. $1-50 Long and Short Sleeves. Lam 4 l-2c 700 yards pretty Scotch Lawn, sells elsewhere (Jo yard. Knight's in- troductory sale prioe 41c Apron Ginghams 1000 yards'nice Apron Ginghams G l-4c value Our Introductory price 4c A woman is conscious of]ther superior appeara...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 March 1908

i k ,/* mmw® r * * tap. ■ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1908. CIVIC LEAGUE ORGANIZED In' response to the call published In this paper, u well attended meet- ing of ladies was held at tin- Com- mercial Club rooms Saturday after- noon and permanent organisation of the McKinney Civic Improvement League was effected. Mayor Doggett was present "and delivered an address to the ladles, assuring them of hi« co-operation and that of the entire city council, in their efforts for the improvement of the city, and stated that the city would furnish all wagons and teams necessary for hauling off the trash, and making McKinney a cleaner atid more attractive town. Mrs. K. I). Thompson was elected president of the Civic League, and Mrs. F. B. Pope, general vice presi- dent; Mrs. P. H. Lawson. recording secretary: Mrs. \\\ T. Hoard, cor- responding secretary: Mrs. T. II Einerson, treasurer. The following vice presidents were elected from each ward: Mrs. .1. L. Greer, ward 1; Mrs. J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 March 1908

NMP " • % * A GOOD DRESSER ALWAYS wants to appear in the nattiest Clothes ot the season. That is the kind and quality we "tote" in stock. Our demands on the manufacturers were never so exacting, and we feel that our efforts are a great success, in that we are showing by far the greater variety of styles than ever before, and that is saying a great deal, for our store is well known by the way we keep up with the latest showings in every- thing that is placed on the market. Our line of Kuppenheimer Clothes is the swellest yet, and our line of medium priced Suits excell anything that we have yet shown. The shades of this season are new Browns, Tans, Elephant Greys, Serges, Etc, CAN SHOW YOU ANYTHING YOU WANT, $7.5() to $3().()() Young Men's Suits, $5.00 to $25.00. Boy's Suits, $2.00 to $12.00. ..MALE FIXINGS OF" ALL KINDS.. in > si'ii ' The Hou*e of Kuppenlicimcr Chicago AND WEI The House of Good Clothing DICK ALLEN, The House of 6ood Clothing A CiRKAT MEETING. Conducted by Rev. <...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 March 1908

I 1H Wosc' r; v«*£. rr THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTE. THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1908. Six Year Old Stallion "AVXT" HBTBY W1UTKH. ' M£r: I ■ ROXIE! Description: Dappled, cheitnut sorrel, 4-year-old Btullion, 1G 1-4 hundH hluli and weighs 1200 pounds. Double Mailed, trotter and pacer. Trial Mark: Pacing, 1-2 mile 1:05; Hacked mile 2:23 1-2; Trotted mile 2:80. Fine style. Breeding: Roxle. was aired by Rattle-Hrooks Jr. 0528, (1) br. b. foaled t886; by Rattler Brooks, 0527; dam Fanny Warren, by John WoolRoy Jr. Hied by A. IV Warren; past.ed to W. A. Amis, Waxahachle, Texas. Record 2:U2. Hire of I'atsey Brooks 2: i! 1-2. Rattler Brooks, (1) eh. h. foaled 1879: by Earnhardt's Brooks; dam by Pat Malone. Bred by Joe hay, Petersburg, Tenn.; passed to Clif- ton Rhode*; then to Frank <!. Bu- ford, Btiford, Tenn.; then to Edward L. Rc >se, Dayton, Ohio. Record 2:23 1-4. Sire of Lucy K., 2:21 1-4, etc. Roxle's Dam, Inola. (C) b. m. foaled 1891: by Gremnn, 7824; dam Ml ® McAlister by (iambetta, 117...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 March 1908

\ W§W$m k- " : mm® F1# &?• DEPARTMENT OP VARIOUS PROFK8- UROUPRD FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC larited to Columns in Which Are Moticm of Doctors, Dentists, L«w)m, Nodrim. Etc. f. H. Bryant, Denllat, Foou House. Phone 2U3. McKinney. Dr. J. C. N. Smith, Dentist. Up- stairs over Abbott's Book Store, Mc- Klnney, Texas. J. A. G A BR 1 HON, Fire and Torna- do Insurance: office east side square, over J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Co. Mrs. R. E. Chandlers—Fire Insur- ance agent, office old stand. Star Ba- kery building, No. 18 W. La. St., Mc- Klnney, Texas. Drs. Penrose and Wynne, Osteopaths Mallow building, southwest coruer square. Phone 162. Dr. E. L. Burton, Specialist, eye, ear, nose and throat, McKiuney, Texas. Foote House. James Lewis, Veterinary Surgeon. Prompt attention; office phone 339; North Kentucky street, McKlnney, Texas. H. A. Abernatliy, Lawyer. Col- lin County Abstract. Co.; land titles abstracted and perfected. Money to loan at low rate of interest. G. E. Abernatliy,...

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