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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 March 1908

IIP#- THE WEEKLY DKMOCRAT-QAZBT TE. THURSDAY, MAUCH 26,^1908.' 'ATENBWS ~ trv- V*. V: i'j , Vacant lots close lu, will traile or \ sale. flood farms to trade for city prop- erty. Some choice vacant lots to swap for farm land. flood B-room cottage, lot 100 by 180 feet, in one block of interurban; only $700. flood Investment. FOR SALE—GO acres well Im- proved land at $<:f> per acre, four miles northwest of McKinney. On North Tennessee street, four blocks from public square, 5-room house, 112 by 100, price $700. FOR SALE- A nice, gentle milk cow; only $iiG. See McKinney Real- ty tto., Frank Dowell, Mgr. Lot 130 by 200 on Hunt street, nice shade trees, well graded up; will take part In live stock. Fifty acres of black land two and a half miles of Frisco, well improv- ed, will swap for :i stock of groceries. On North College street, half acre, of ground, with a good four- room house, good barn and other out-houses; price $800. i , 04 acres of land eight miles east of town, one mile...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 March 1908

' yf«. r% ■ fMWi" DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. MARCH 26. 1108, Lota of paiptlug going on In Allen Editor Harper and family of Fris- co were in Allen Saturday. J. W. Bryan ia painting Charley Sbehane's house this week. Mine Ola Staneell visited her brother In Dallas Sunday. Mrs. A. W. E. Stausell is having ber home recovered this week. Dr. Perry and wife visited rela- tives In Fort Worth last week. Alien was well represented at the stock show l|t Kort Worth last week. Miss (Jolrtle Kennedy of Piano vis- ited C. C. Chapmup and wife Sun- day. *' The many friends of J. 11. Ballew are sorry to know that, lie is in bad health. Prof, C. T. Cobb was seeltif? the boys in the east part qf the county Saturday. A traveling snlvation company or- my held several services in Allen Fri- day and Snturday. O. W. West and E. W. Muse, both candidates for county superintend- ent, were here Saturday. Dave Christie and otber prominent Lehauonltes passed through A Urn en route to MeKinney Wednesday. A trave...

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

(jh.T, I ■ % ocrot- TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR, NO. 9. McKlNNKY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AM, TH1BHOAY. APRIL 8, IIKMi. DEATH OF MRS. J. D. M'KINNEY A wave of sorrow and sympathy •wept over the city when the an- nouncement was made of the death of Mrs. Bailie M. McKlnney, wife of Joe D. McKlnney, which occurred at the family residence on No. 33 South JParker street, Friday evening at 6:15 o'clock. Mrs. McKlnney liad been In de- clining health for the past three years. About a year ago she went vto a sanitarium In Dallas where she Jned for five months. She re- || turhed home somewhat Improved isoon relapsed and had been con- ied to her bed since the first week last January. Despite every- thing that medical skill could ac- complish or loving tenderness sug- gest for her relief, she gradually grew weaker until the end came at the hour stated. Mrs. McKlnneys maiden name was Sallle M. Phelps, and she was born in Opellkn, Ala., January 25, 1861. 8he moved to Collin county when quite young and was marri...

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

* THURSDAY, APRIL 1. IMS. K: J — Hv s- reat Collin Woodmen Rail }0« •4 r« # * ♦ « * # *# # ' « xm l m P + 0 * m • ; 0 ;,p: ' ' ' * «# * i> .L-;.. J Font-Foot photo of : .ooo Wood Mammoth W. O. W. Initiation, McKlnney, Texas, March a«, UMiH, Taken for Exclusive Publication in tin* Daily Courier-<ia/.etee mid Wekkly Democrat-Gazette.—You Are Hero. McKIN'NEV'S ItEPl TATIOS FILLY SI STAINED. It was n grand success. McKiAney's reputation has again been fully sustained. The Woodmen were here; the Woodmen were entertained; the Woodmen were fed as never befon ; the Woodmen went away tired, but singing the sweet wing of praise tor the kind and hospitable manner in which they were treated. There were more "Choppers" under one roof in McKlnney at an Initiation, and more people served at the banquet, than ever before in the great state of Tex- as, at any one time. And that is going some. The finances were raised b.v num hers of Magnolia Camp, No. 431, and not one cent was taken from the t...

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

THB WWBKLT DBMOCRAT-OAZETTE, THURSDAY. APRIL 2. 1908. Initiation and Banquet a Big Success a **' * ' -, >i ?i * i wmm i * 4? r "f; JP 5% -V 3fc> Democrat-< iii/.ri t c.—imi <'inii'ii'M n/.clii IOm Iiim i\i Pub Mention l nil> Four-Foot Photo of Woodmen, Mammoth W. C . W. lulliatioii, McKinney, Tc\us, March 2(1, HMIH, Taken od tin- banqueters with two enjoya- ble selections. appears In full elsewhere In litis is- sue. "The Holy City." Thankful to Ladii's, Sovereign It. H. McDIll of Dallas, Jack Sportsman, chairman of the special deputy, sail); "The Holy City" j arrangement committee, says lit- tie- in such manner us to hold t lie at ten-1 sires to extend profound thanks to / tion of all. Sovereign It. A. Redwlne. Sovereign H. A. Redwlne, consul commander of Cottonwood Camp, Farmersvllle, brought forth roars of laughter by telling in verse 'Why My Wife Does tin- Chopping," and re- sponding to an encore, sang a high- ly humorous "possum son*,-" An Answer to Rerwine. The p...

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

im TBI WMKLT DBMOCRAT-G AZRTT*5. THURSDAY, APRIL t. 1908. 1 A PRIVATE Of WOODCRAFT Address by Sovereign Lucas. Gabe ] > .Mr. Toast master and fellow Sover- eigns: When we speak of privates In any body or assembly of men, we •peak of the greater portion of that body, for It takes the private to car- ry into execution the designs of the chosen leaders of any body or as- sembly of persons. There can be no higher honor paid to a man than to say he is only a private in the ranks of an organiza- tion that Is working out the great problems of life. The general on the battlefield may plan and draw great designs for the advantage and de- feat of his enemy, but the private eoldier has to carry his designs into execution. Without the private sol- dier we would have no generals; we have great preachers that preach great sermona, but without the pri- vate church member we would have SOVEREIGN GABE LUCAS, who re- sponded to the toast, "A Private In Woodcraft." no preachers. In politics the pri...

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

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1908. >000000000000000000000000000000000000 Texas and Woodcraft Addrtu ky Sootrtigu Ad- tnttr W. A. Fr—r of DmIUt, Ttx., *i Woodmen Roily, March 26th, 190S. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO- tin It) a| Hilt eri| u nl >au« av^ >ugj| W<( eni beJ <>u4 In* the adt int-J led j eld] i< ■ L j m« lie| Sovereigns: The subject assign- ed me tonight, "Texas and Wood- craft," Ih one which wonid require considerable time to discuss, in fact much more time than allotted Du on this occasion. Texas and Woodcraft. There Is a harmony In the association of words suggestive of an affinity be- tween the objects they are intended to describe. And so It Is with Tex- as and Woodcraft. The words are tremulous with prophecy. They in- spire the conviction that God, the Synonym of Destiny, has reserved for Texas and Woodcraft a consum- mation in the very forefront of the world paling all the splendor of the past. The history, growth, res...

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

tsp 1. | ft ■■ :: , •! #£< f* ' k ■■*$&>■ wMta *. pir- «> • !' ! ;i'f «. -: >-"'i ' V... v 'K ' ^ ';^P .'j. ' - ^ ■ 4 A '"V"" ;■■ : '■ -H ' I •■'.! W ■ " *| ; ■ - 1 ' ry T«- ■ V-' ,:f - VS. SOVEREIGN CHARLES A. LEDDY, of Greenville, whoso theme was "Tho Collin County Woodmen." i 8 I R £ HON. DAN 10. NKATIIEHY of Fur- mersville, who responded to t lie address of welcome on behalf of McKinney. ; K& >A • ' ■ ■ gfp SOVEREIGN JOE H. CHISHOLM, captain of Stonewall Camp de- gree team, Koc h wall. Texas. >*■ .V rs*¥* 4 ■*s,l T~"r: ■ ' "V <> errs L"?V - . u r. mjmmt j^.v .i-V-'-sV </ ' MELISSA. Mrs. Bdd Green visited In Dallas last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dunn of Altoga at- tended the play Friday evening. Miss Hudson, who teaches at Trin- ity. attended the play Friday eve- ning. Messrs. ('ox, Nelson, Martin aid Delden of McKinney attended the play Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Morgan and Angle, have returned to Cooper, alter several days visit here. Miss Lau...

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

fi '■1 THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1908. — WELCOME OF MAGNOLIA CAMP By Consul Commander I. E. Reeves. Mr. Miyster «f CeremonleB, Visiting overelipis of Woodcraft and 8over- igns tif Magnolia Camp; Only a ew yeurs ago an Idea whh conceived >y one of our brother* to organise n order that would embody all of he elements of good fellowship and nutual protection for lite, home and oved ones, an order where on an •qual footing socially amj. bt-nellclal- ly would stand the artisan, the bank- er, the lawyer, the doctor, and all men eugagt J in honorable oc«mpa- tion, whert; the heartbeats of gympa- tiiy would, spread their protecting wings over the shelters of all, rich and poor alike, where the siimnlus lor achlt'i' ,;"iit wntiId lie f " t;• • • betterment of .1 and tho a- fil- iated with it.1"', where the best ideal >< fof lift- would lie prt-onted to mau 'un,ito ennoble hini i< ul lift him from a. 1,111'Btphere of scltish ttteipris" to ono iverjof general ...

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

Huh**. Junior Hrnalor a be™ i I Tex., March 25.— An enthusiastic meeting of the friend* of Senator J. W. Bailey wan held in thu city hall here laat night. The meeting wan called to order by temporary Chairman W. Y. Carver. On motion the tempor- ary officer*. W. Y. Carver and Jan. p. Huddleston were made perman- ent. Chairman Carden appointed H. p. Eastman, J. O. Cullom and M. I. Daviii a* a resolution committee, which submitted the folowing reso- lutions which were adopted without a dissenting vote: Whereas, there i* being waged up- oh 8enator J. W. Bailey the most cruel, unjusi and unwarranted war- fare of vituperation and hate that was ever waged against faithful Democratic official, a man who has placed Texas in the front rank of the states of this Union by the force of his intellect, courage and devotion to duty and party principles, and, Whereas, this warfare was In- stigated and Is being carried on by a combination of interests that have ever conflicted. Whereas, In his first ...

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

.■ — - - J« '*®$ V ■' ,f)rv i X^i. ■•,„.■ ?*L T".:,, THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE*. THURSDAY, APRIL 2, l 0t. 1 1 10' lortH hal' rgal^ o. Jancr; lent! Ment Im glVM ince Iflrst an. '•! I W. EMERSON Only Exclusive Ladies Store IN COLLIN COUNTY «is* Succeeding the A. G. Chandler Business and Continuing in the Same Old Stand Pending arrival of newly purchased stock, we are continuing the special discount prices offered v by the former management. Here you will find a Collection of Red Hot Special Values in charming Dress Goods, Ladies' Furnishings and Stylish Shoes absolutely unequalled in North Texas in either price or quality _____ __ 33|3 to 50 Per Cent OFF ar retairprice. We must make way for the New Goods that are now being shipped out to us from the Eastern Markets. anc< W1LMUTH. All the new Ideas, Fabrics, Fads and Styles of Fashionable Womankind will be kept at this store for the convenience and delight of the ladies of Mc- Kinney and Collin County. First Arrival Black Taffeta ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 April 1908

I ?' ' ■"' '>f'4 'S Vfjr, >,U:> -J ■ BB $2 . s SSIONAL DEPARTMENT OF VARIOV8 PIIOFK8- ION8 GROUPED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC hflted to Columns In Which An* MotioM of Doctor*, Dentists, Lawyers, Notaries. Etc. te. „ T. H. Bryant, Dentist, Foou House. Phone 203. McKlnney. Dr. J. C. N. Smith, Dentist. Up- stairs over Abbott's Book Store, M<t Kinney, Texas. 1 J. A. UAKRI80N, Fire and Torn* do Insurance: office east side square, over J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Co. Mrs. R. E. Chambers—Fire Insur- ance agent, office old stand. Star Ba- kery building, No. 18 W. La. St., Mc- Klnney, Texas. Did, Penrose and Wynne, Osteopaths Mallow bulldluft, southwest corner square. Phone 162. Dr. K. L. Burton, Specialist, eye, ear, nose and throat, McKlnney, Texas. Foote House. James Lewis, Veterinary Surgeon. Prompt atteution; office phone 339; North Kentucky street, McKlnney. Texas. H. A. Abernathy, Lawyer. Col- lin County Abstract Co.; land titles abstracted and perfected. Money to l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 April 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1908. tm as- ************* ************* ENAMELS 1 FOR HOME DECORATION DEATH OF REV. W.H. M'CLURKAN There are a few things that can he employed to better advantage in the decoration of the home and its furnishings than the modern enamel paints. They transform ugliness into beauty, they hide all the marks of time under a beflutiful Ivory like covering. Enamels are now so per* fectly made and so easily applied that any lady will find it pleasant employment to transform dingy furniture, old chairs, etc., into things of beauty. They come in all colors, including gold. Come in and let us tell you more about theiTL X I I t I I __ ! Smith Bros. t x I BLOCKADED. Every Imjbm- In McKinney Should Know tlim to Realst ll. PRESCRIPTION McKinney DRUGGISTS Texas. ******************< The skillful physician de- mands a skillful pharma- cist; the patient requires both. Rev. William H. McClurkan. pas- tor of the Walnut Grove Presbyterian church, who wa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 April 1908

■ ' = — H , ■ Just Received a Bran New Car of - Carriages and Runabouts pjjprap y HEY'are beauties. Let us fix you up. We will exchange you a new one for your old one. Saving is the Foundation of Every \ * • Fortune You May Say, How Begin? That's Up to You. Trade With Us. Prices and terms to suit you. We make a full line of hand made harness of all discrip- tion. Headquarters for all-wool Collars. We invite you to come and see us. South Side Square. W. R. HILL, McKinney, Texas. MISSIONARY LIFE IN MEXICO Guadalajara. Jal., Feb. 19. 1908. —Miss Roue Miller. McKinney, Tex. Dear Miss Miller and friends of the Foreign Missionary Society: It gives nie pleasure to write you In regard to our work- Our school is a hoard- ing school for Mexican girls: we re- ceive day pupils of course, hut our chief work in for the girls whom we have In the home. Their hyme life Is ouch that they form no habits of order or regularity, and of course, this is In a great measure, what we wish to teach them. At p...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 April 1908

MiSfS! m THE WEEKLY DEMOCR AT-GAZETTE. THPRSDAY, APRIL 2, 1908. >".|i ^ yvw VINKY <a«IVR. I * Vi \ iH >1 1\ • - R. D. Tompkins and wife were vis- i' I iik relative* In Grayson county last week. Judge F. E. Wilcox and wife of McKinney were In our community last week. Smith Preston w.uj in Dallas last week attending tin* civil service ex- amination. Mrs. Dodsou wan visiting her daughter, Mrs. Grace of Princeton, one day Inst week. The recent rain hut* Mopped farm work for awhile. Corn la up and looking flue. Home tot ton Ik being planted. Prof. W. P. Anderson. Harrison Davidson and Mr. Wright Were among the number that attended W. (). W. rully at McKinney last Thurs- day. The |ark angel of death ha* visit- ed our community uud claimed for ith own Newt Wilson, the little son of .Mr. and Mr8. T. B. Wilson, ills sickness was a long duration hut he had only heen eonflned to Itis bed but a few days. We extend our sym- pathy to the bereaved. Viney Grove, March :!<). NKW HOPE. Ch...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 April 1908

if® fif ItMRlnC EVERT THURSDAY weond-eUM matt matter ■ rSiifSf*! ' THI* RADA Y.'APRIL 2, l ««. pes «r* being placed on aome of the building*. That I* better than derly f took the child to ay arm*, but one glaum at my weatfcer- tw t*B touRt*n nr« aufltaed to drive • II the joy from her little face, while tear* limpid and meek covered the little checks. Judt then my wife, But i nvtti n' v ■*" —- _ fhs Oet* j****** flM 1w there In common sense h"!?' th« rnii-irm of tV>^ wix"" f>r on M}* flight* of *tep* The Lxamlner nope*j try school &uildtngs will be| lulpped after the dromon "te Which year nub j i* fMu<! AH | our for th month M v *ttbSrnh r not for * ln§ papat r*wu!*r'y will notify us Ht<i <to not ««n<i n «ets* for mor>"v p«M on ub< «r.pttofw b(H r-remt mm*" on lip tM*™*" ,tf credit l riOi hown en «lip in '• > i <!•«« <>t *iNHN*a<4 notify thin oflv** I— "■■ 11 1 Ow C#W Owe Veer IIOO Collin county Woodmen * ya "there with the (fwd re al- M It...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 April 1908

THE WEEKLY DflMOCRAT-OAZETTB, THLR8DAY, APRIL 2. 1 08. •H- Joe W. Barnes,'. 'QUALITY CORNER' '.Will C. Oerrish. * :: APRIL 1 r :: n m , A < We want to furnish them to you. Try us and be convince of our ability to please in purse, quality, freshness of stock and prompt service. BARNES & GERRISH GROCERIES AND PRODUCE • Phones 9k and 525. MtKinr.ey, Texas. I! H 111 II 'M I'll I I M I Ml I I M It I It U I 1 1-1-I-H-l-l-l-I-M-l-l-H-I- t Kit VAN DEMOCRATIC t'H'H. Vict- Presidents (iMiwn iiml f'cnirs! ComillittCC \|>|M>ill( 111. Tlif regular weekly meeting of (In Bryan Democratic club wmh held at the court house Tuesday night. The committee appointed to recommend four vice presidents for the club, re- ported lh ' following: Geo. M. Oneal, .1. H Taylor. It. L. Wad dell and Jno. .fohnson, first, second, third and fourth vice presidents, respectively. The report was adopted. The president. It. E. Carpenter, the secretary, J. It Brown, Capt. .1. H. Bingham, K. Van Brown and .). L....

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

' pi*pia THURSDAY, APRIL , im. «Hf. ' . . vi-t: l| v ^ ■ . 1 mm "'j*c '•■■■ ; < ■ Special Prices for the Next 30 Days . *t •# ON £V£Ry NEW buggy; /JV Ol/K HOUSE New car just received. No room for them, hence they must go. Call and see them. We will surprise you at the largeness of our stock, and the close prices we are making. Our prices and terms will satisfy you. New Spring and a bran New Buggy will go mighty well together. : : : : i rj I I j COME AND SEE US WHEN YOU NEED BUGGIES Collin County Implement & Vehicle Co. McKINNEY, R. E. CARPENTER, Manager f v TEXAS k!,: ml ft V. y>-jm..• -a,* , . .... hi ... • ' ' ■ • -g| % 4iiw sAb'i • "i* il B ■ I isBatV

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 April 1908

- PI i THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QALETTE. THURSDAY. APRIL 2, ltOi. Our Stores Tmiiple % Wuviihmliltt • Cameron Alexia Martin Mc Kinney NEW SPRING GOODS We are pleased to announce to our customers and friends that every de- partment in our store is brim-full of New Spring Goods. Our buyers spent six months in the eastern cities buying the newest, attractive and best values that money ■ and experience could buy Our Stores Temple WII Villi 114 11 i<« Cameron Mrxla .Martin McKlnney We Buy for Eight Big Stores, Get Extra Discounts—You Get the Advantage of Discounts <<% Extra Value Lace Curtains 75c to $7.50 Extra Value Lace worth 8 l-3c to 10c 5c Extra Value Yard wide LL Brown (>• mestic 5c Extra Value Heavy Cotton Checks 5c Dress Goods and Silks 42 inch white Poppellne yd . . $1.00 38 inch white Voile yd.. .. M5c 42 Inch white self stripe Batiste per yard • • • 4 2 Inch white self stripe Panama. per yard $1.25 42 inch hair line stripe. Panama, per yard #«•<>« In following co...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 April 1908

■ * THURSDAY. APB1L 1. 1901. l'- > -rg'S"':' Ti'Zz. Same • HHP CONSIDERATION Tfce child wIUj her penny having* The small buy with his snutll change The lady with her pin money savings The small man with his small roll The big man with his big roll, The big man who applies for a big loan The small man who applies for a small loan, 4 The lady wifch|her church subscription lint « The small boy with school entertainment tickets Th* child with society entertainment ticket* are each accorded the same con- siedrate attention and extended the most liberal treatment—con- sistent with good and profitable banking- m ..Safe.. .Place. For Your Money is as important a matter as earning it. What is the use of earning if your money is at any time subject to lossjby fire, theft, etc. The Collin County National Bank will guard your money from ail risk or loss. Open an account and enjoy the security afforded by its fire and burglar proof safes, its ample resources and able and conservative manageme...

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