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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 September 1889

(if Speak—Look Before Tou L i would save a dime and lay the foundation for making * ^ TO THE ^ i_tfT-^^And examine and prioe our immense stock of goods We have stacks and piles, yea, hoards ot. v*r I Din Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc. Bought as low as money, time and experience could buy them. We had placed heavy orders with manufacturers before we heard of t**e effects of the boll worm and now to avoid being overstocked in the middle of the winter we are going to offer > GREATER INDUCEMENTS AND BETTER BARGAINS ! "7 ^ $ *5 THAN WERE EVER OFFERED IN M'KINNEY. Our Dress Goods Department. Our Clothing Department. pur dress goods deportment is complete and contains the it novelties and most approved styles in domestic und for |n fabrics and ladies will tind that we handle a class of dress >ds far superior to any in this market. We have greatly enlarged our clothing department and in it you will lind anything you wish and at prices that will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 September 1889

' I t ¥ 01 ZtCBLLAmrt llo 1 our Ows Thinking. Thinking nut growth, uiuknt manhood, A person may l* f\t ri u lar«f and well o}*mI in a pfcyeical uenne uud 3'nt b* an xctM*dinglv poor t y jih o f a iu<ii). 1 cannot con- « ul'a mor* worth)**!* char act-?, nor one who in of !••*# lnm tit to his country than n man who allows others to «lo Iji*« thinking. An individual who embraces a certain political or religiom. faith because M nie one else doe*, will never reach that hnndred thousand dollar* each in th* I'nited States would be as follows: 9 *.'\W 900.000 I CottSB Bllfhi* I liiuli standard of nc*nhood that j us Shearman in S *ptembei 1 * every «>ne should strive to at j -1*,,ru,li , _ t tin. It is t'ur the special benelit of the hundred <>f youug read ers of the 1)kmo kat that 1 write this article, ami i! 1 can iuij.ress upon tltn mind of only 1 piny the mau who cannot t>ne boy or girl the importance of thinking for themselves and cultivating pure and noble ideas of their...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 September 1889

Alliance! Yard T .•uh IBd *4* tv Mil'i f«r* |>*M < t uMlr . w NOYHt rr «w>i«4.r. lu r«ct bn*i> ♦ *#. 2T< rod Co. llualnea* Ag'i. VOL. VI. 13 AT ivA X. MAIL MATrCM M'KISNEY TEX AH. McKINNEY. TEXAS." IDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1889. NO. 25. ■ ■ mt m mm. tm i ions* jmuunb ria^puss*. Money, money, Money. Jenkins a Andrews, # W * 9 i'PTMll Vli" V« IT' I. AW -'-It— w - CO. I * The J. H. VVA'I*1^S I. I Colllu nullify for seven \ • . a, un I j customers Jlli'l Oltlers, i • t i ey :it' | lnuis lliMi ever before. No i omuii t I You get the mioutit you coutiact lor 8. Jellkil r.. Office OVel II to loau on good personal • eeu makiug loans in !;• y wish r«> say to limit' > .epaied to make better sii tie. N< attorney's fees. Dull on thai* attorney, (5. 11. i t dolt's drug store. #10,- ' ecui i y. ATTORNEYS A McKlnney, < tftlcf i>v«r H C, M>'f "« t«l inriwr tiuMw mu > LAW, Texas. O.PARKER. Mi It l* k • leiimrtavlaoranilMreiurt oroiniitfy curt* wruokueaoit i 'llyiKlli "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 September 1889

:* ' • '■ ■■ - • if • to■ * js8u,* THE DEMOCRAT KIMTK1' AN1 PlTBM H*P If Hi OsmwiI hUhMH Cwpanj. Hl'ltML'HIPTION It ATM: duo V ' r, tttyUt Mouths. Mix Months. Mire* " m.oo 1.00 7A ♦O Our .\«l% «• •! I li |f Wat«*ss. tMu! column 1 jmr flittum llnlf column 1 .vi-ar Miuli ► i ni« milium. *•**' I.MI'kI IK iflllf |«*T line fol fHi'lt iDM-rtloii. oltltuaries of more than Ic 1 iin*^ w ill i barged for at our u uai rates. All l oiitr u tK * ill be charged for In proportion to the ai>o%e. \tldrc . |>kmo«-iui IVn. ( o . Mi Klnnev, Teies. rat dangerous time*, He ia a j unptioBt, IIomm and power to friend t capital, a friend to carry all achemee of favoritiem. labor. Ilitf untarnished char-j etc. Thia givee the average ucter, his noble brain and political whooper power to brawn, wiM lead Texas to a plunder and spoil without fear height t f jt;14• ry never dreamed of law or puuiahmeut. of by her founders. The money actually earned , by honest government service \> Intt Wan It > • is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 September 1889

■ part of tin People all the Time, end Some of the pnple part Of Ike Tbne, But You Gael FOOL All THE PEOPLE AT.T. THE TIME w How can tlieee Tld. i. . ..".—M « «. mad* by « vt-ry tala-al uuu whoi k«.w .U, U,^ w«. b. ir..b. « n I,Hk« .1,1- : A«i> ...I. „r dotl*. for a pair of .bo., wortb *1 for ««.a good H b« Tor CI. i ^ 11 tuerohaat afford to give awav one dollar on every pair of shoes or hat, and fa.flO to *5.00 on every suit of cloth** he sells f lour better Judgment iininr answer this. We make a business of giving .'bargains In Dry Goods, doing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc. We offer a full line of Clothing of all grades and prices. W hen we offer yon a suit for $6 00 we guarantee it to be worth $6.00. Our line of $6.00,97.60,98.60, $10,918 and 916 suite cannot vc sXtrffaTssed and they are well worth 96, 97.60,8.60, 910., 12.00, and 16. Think of it! We are selling a good heavy satinet or oottou jeans coat for $1.00. - STOCK - IS - LARGE. - PrICES - LOW. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 September 1889

' ■V. : ''i SS :::L.• / ■ 01 A Utter from Uot. Throck- morton. Through the courtly of th* gentlemen having iu charge the 111 it tt«T of conferring with Thxm lailway manag** rs regarding freight rates th* your inquiry 1 have no mob iMtiuivtl views an would be worthv ilie attention of the committee. lu my Judgment, however. a properly construct- ed ota'c commission can do is feeble4 nnd the formed. The consideration which would prompt a gir! to marry at 17 would, in many cases,have little weight with her at 24. At 17 she is a child, at much good. The fixing of rates . -** • woman. by a commission composed of j When a girl has intelligent ablH business men. after due pwen^, ^en years conference with railway man- NV'./h will aut re, aii'i a thorough study of fr.>m dav to day publish, in the ! all th* questions conneoted <-rder of their date, as fast as wiiIt the subject, it seems to me received. the views ot congress- would bring exce be tween 17 and 24 is the period when the mind...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 October 1889

FT -1 -*/).& M I IS ' i $ !1 I, w..i,' m . tfeM to i n h. iii ** — ■p a*.. . •♦- 1. (fo~ w <£> -■< J. B. WATKINS U M. CO. have been making loans in county for seven years, and 'Iny wish to say to their •«, and oMier*, that they are piepaied to make better than ever before. No commissions. No attorney's fees. Y"U get the mount you contract for. Call on their attorney, 8 Jt nkii.6. Office over H • '. IKri don's diug store. #10, to loan ou good personal fcecurtiy. —**• job mi ATTOHNKYS AT LAW, McKinney, s Texas. OBIiv ovwr H- 0. HhikWi UruK Mtort*, fowh- curunr imiUIi' hjuih """ '0.0* f_ m* f MILL AND ELEVATOR CO. ihlppers uf ColUa. WHEAT. First ten days—one cent per bushel. Second ten days—one half rent per bushel. Third ten days—one half ceut per bushel, and for every sub- sequent fifteen days ouehulf cent per bunhel. On wheat stored longer than 30 days we charge one per cent, of net weight for shrinkage. OATS AND CORN: First thirty days or part thereof, one cent per bus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 October 1889

_ Jr* ' ' * « V:- $tE8 DEMOCRAT 0m KIMTKH AM fl'BI.IMIKO Mm DwmiiI fuMUWit Cifipwf. "irMWHIITIOK KtTW: > <!• V'nr, | Kiv III *l iitli , >i \ Muni Iik, I •••«'•• •• • I.AO 1 .OO 70 40 than another because he ban better clothes, more land: be cause he owiiii a ruilioud, or is famous, or in high position. Remember thai al! men have equal li^hif. H^uienibyr thai Our \«l« i-rtUliig Hyiii)MMii«"«, uihI who freely ; gives 10 uiluif the right he 1 iiu' I'i'luM 111 >< '1 fiim.«m, claims f' r himself is the best Hair...litn.i. 1 y.jir v..t j man I am willing to swear to t-lnch uliiirlt 1 tiiiiinii. .w; this l.otlij I I tl<<N. Klilf per line foi - •" * mill liiMrii'- Mtuari« * «>f more Additional Local*. Todd Warden has returned from a Hying trip to Western Texan. Cheatham's i htU 1'utlr la uikwufh the mail who arts lies! hid pull. edged lo '•<• the best. Physicians utr who loves hie friend* the bent, and prescribe It. < tire guaranteed. if most willing to help ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 October 1889

mm WW jM M'tBta im -J"Hh e r e ir i c •3, of P n - th. at at "You Can Fool part of tho Pooplo all tin Tims, and Smm of the parola part Of ttio Time, But You Cant FOOL All THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME" . y « lkr fr/ *% This is a statement once mnde I How cait these y it very eminent statesman who knew w hut Iih suid was the truth WV <.fteii see advertisements like this : A ♦'/<> suit of clothes for #ir , a pair of shoes worth #:J tor *?, a good 11 hat for fct. things be t Can a merchant afford to give away oue dollar on every pair of shoe* or tut, and $g.r o to |5.00on every suit of clothes he sells i Your better judgment munt answer this. VVe make n business of giving ?bargaiua iu Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Etc. We offer a full line of Clothing of all grades and prices. When we offer you a suit for $5 00 we guarantee it to be worth $5.O0. Our line of 96.00,97.50,98.50,910,912 and 915 auite cannot be surpassed and they are well worth 96, 97.50...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 October 1889

ni Mr. Stephen Klkins and wife ami a few mem tiers of the fam- ily bfinK present. After the which dettea interference with veated righta. And, stratige aa It may appear, the Public Koada. There in pnrhapa no question which more directly concerns the fariu«*rt« < f tiie state thun that <•(' public rou'l*. The bur- den of up thn public road* uf tli** «1 tV^reiit comities of the stu!**, 11k• • mutiy other public burdeiiH, has been large 1 y borne by the country people, who have for years performed their tank without a murmur. H:it in man) counties of the state the labor bestowed upon the county roads has been wholly inadnjuate to the pub lie (IcinnudH This has been the case in all the black land counties. An effort wiim made l>\ the last h'ui luturn to enact some law upon the subject, but owing to the many conflicting opinions as the proper remedy, nothing was accomplished. I'er haps the railroad lobbyists had something to do in producing confusion of ideas upon this subject, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 October 1889

Ag't. RAT. SV THf VOL. VI. McKIXNEY. TEXAS. TOHEU 10. 1889. Money, Money, Money. — What llie The J U. WATKI 8 1, M i O. 1--n making loans in; Collin «« uirv for seven y ** •!*. lit*y wis'i to any to their « tt• I other*. t! >•' in * i. Hp i . to >ii Ke better if rum iii«u t-v«r helme. No comini* t<<u>. j,\o uiiornt'y's fees. You get the amount you contract for Cull on th^ir attorney, J. 8. Jenkins. Office over H <\ Heri'dou'# ding more. $10,-1 (KJO to loan on good personal secuiity. The Towering Mastodon of Tented i j Banning by rlgln of Kuiitiouce, by right of Merit, by ri«lu ut by rii|iuiar Will lite Kvaited I'tiler* of tlit- Amu I NORTH TEXAS MILL AND [LEVATOR CO. To the Wheat (^ruwoiHtuuU ul'Colllu it is with pleasure thai we anu<'iinc>* tic Grain Elevator | will lie ready to store grain on the I? I., of July, und ask you to WHEAT. First ten days—one ceut per bushel. Second ten days—one half cent per bushel. . Third ten days—one-half cent per bushel, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 October 1889

.—*40,. THE DEMOCRAT KI>ITKI> AND ITBllSUKP tii'MCKirnow IUtw On* I'MT Bight Montlm. Mis Mouthii, Three •• • I.Ml I.UO 75 «o roads unlawful, Mid carries lilt point in the court*, will he next proceed against the farmers for watering their •took I—Pale# tine Adv their rocatc. "Hog una Uoiuiny" is atili the cry. The Wolfe City Sen- tiuel na\•. Gen. Hnrnt doe* not ob "Hog and hominy," the sal j** to watering stock thai haa vation of Texas. been fed ou hay, corn, oata, or even that which hurtles on the The Vernon Uuard has no **** ■ He is after the breeds iMtlitii'H ItsiivH that are fed and fatteued on poiilits. tsa>s. ! taxes, aud he seems to have Hog aii'l liotniny and good . glU(ii*Hl these breeds so c'oaely 4ilv«>i*iuiiitf ifai; roa^H al"' ^OU(l schools and that be can distinguish a uieiu good churches and thousands of good pHoop]** heal Texas pol- itico four to one. (to away with your politics. « * fllMI.ihi .vi.Ull Hue ful On l* Out' iwiuiun 1 > e r ... Half column ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 October 1889

DIRECTORY. CHUKCHJtS. A. Mm Md , •*•2' . J71*. FtMiourr It any advertiser lias any doubt about oar circulation we oaa readily sa'iety team if they will inquire at this office. WU- sawse1 • rmtufaa Hassi*, •vary Bunday mora- Miu AMKIK Tatlo*, giipU. Seetetnrjr. msssi?** ■ i«rra frra 2siK |m* Puu>r. Sunday School every Sunday uiornlng T. c. PKKMV, — Bup't. Secretary. O. B. Piu ytiuu^.—PwchiiiKCven' lay at U A. M. and 7t U I*. M. rer meeting every Wednesday night Eav. 0. T. Tiiomwow, Pa«tor. Sunday Bcboo) every Bunday morning Pitt. T. K. Momtoomkkv, -••••••••••• Bup't. Secretary. FAltMKRB ALLIANCE. The regular meeting* of the K. A. are . on the Second and Fourth Monday it« in each month. J. F. Uaqmmui. I'rai. H,ftT. U. TIME TABLK. Mixed. Leavea J:*) p. m. NOltTII bound. Kxprena. Kitst Mall. Leaver, t^avea. IhSKa. m. «:!.* p. m. SOUTH BOUND. {Mixed. Kxprune. Kaet Mall (Leavea Leaves. Leavea. |U:33 a. m. 1.5'i p* m. 5.i6a. m. KAHT LINE daily No. *7 arrives I2:.V) p. m. No. *s departs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 October 1889

01 Farm Notes. in connection with work that In confusing Middling* make too sticky a food wheu f *d by tliHiuH*dves. but mixed bran and earn tui*al LEAVENING POWER Cut fodder before it ie too make MM excellent food Mild yjp can be uiteti to au advantage in I .. pl. ntv ..f dir. in lb- Ma "I1 v ri,,>r- bleu ah absorbent W.V keeping the roosters sup Au«.rtbtWi.ll..>b«ai l*.l •"" h«ia u'Uil for lb. U.«. if it in dry and w"1""'1 >' '"'K- clean in t ulling out keep the \*>l) best stock on the farm for breeding tnM MYAL (•'"*' Srut'c <*>«">> . |%* IlicJii | (alien htah) (Alum IWdeO . and 0. x ' < *'a |>MI> and m< re vigorous ohickens will be ti«-cured than iftliey are allowed to run together all of the time. There are two causes for He oiei ared to wow winter , , ,. . ' ' _ |e^f weaknet>> auiung the hens, one in in allowing them to get too fat and tfi * oilier h by th" rooHiera gelling fat and by weigh in,/ more injure the liens internally . One p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 October 1889

i. rud Co.: Ag'l. VI. iy, Money, Money. ,<j r . to—It- -sD -I e- fbej. H. WATKINS h. M. CO. have been making loans in Hill cmii'v for seven years, and hey wish to any to their itoiuers ***>*i others, that they urn prepared to mukn better 'ma than -ver before. No commission#. No atior#e>'•* fee*, fuu get ill* amount you contract for. Cull on their attorney. 'J. 8 Jenkins. Office'over H. <\ Herudon's drag store, $10,- (KM) to loan on good personal security. NORTH TEXAS MILL AND ELEVATOR CO. ;,1 Whoat Qroweraand Mlppera or olllin. v it Is with pleasure that we announce the Grain Elevator will be ready to store grain on the 1st. of July, and ask you to WHEAT. First ten days—one ceut per bushel. Second ten days—one-half cent per bushel. Third ten days—onehalf cent per bushel, and for every sub- sequent fifteen days one-half cent per bushel. On wheat stored longer than 30 days we charge mm per cent. of net weigh! foi shrinkage. OATS AND CORN: First thirty days or part thereof,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 October 1889

wip "IK ? «S KI>ITKI> AMP Pt'BLIBHKO If tin One Vmt. Kigbl MoHlhH. •UMonlki, three • 1.50 l.OO VI 40 Our Ath^i'liHlug One column I y#>*r • 100.00 Half rolntun 1 yew M.00 Much klugl? column h*0>' l.oml nttiers, •'> c«nt« J«cr line foi each ln crtlon. ohttuari** of mow llian 10 line* will !>«• iliargwl for t our ufttfai rate*. All oo&tricU will be charged for in proportion to the a bote. AddreM. I>km(h iui I'm. <o . McKinnev, Tele*. THURSDAY. OCT. 17, lb89. KDITOKIALS. stand by McKinney. Stand by Collin county. Stand by the state of Texas. by the American Stand I nion. Are you going to fair : the Dallas All interest is now on the Dallas fair. centered Stand by vour county paper -the Dkmockat. He courteous to and aid the weak. the strong Beneath the wretched rags of poverty may beat tbe noblest heart. Wanted tate the times." some one to ampu "tail end of hard Bo won Sanders of Dallas was iu the city last week on busi- ness. Miss Sally Wallace returned last w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 October 1889

ih DIRECTORY. 1VKVGTUX* pMtOf* Mm* Askiu Tauab, J. 8. StAffttUU. nitOf Chviiob.—PrMelilng Sunday i. Mid 7:10 p. M. Prayer uieet- ir i M. __ Utchkm, PMtor. ijr School every Sunday morn In* TTTbv: Secretary. isgeveiy at II A. M. and 7:80 V If. meet Inge very Wedneeday night Kkv. G.T. Tuomikok, Pastor. i da> School every Sunday morning 5T T. P. MoirraoMmv Sup'l. Secretary. PAUMKRS ALLIANCE. i regular meetings of the P. A. are I on the Second and Fourth Monday i In each month. J Fe Ht.tTi C. TIM AS TABLE. NORTH *X)UND. Ixed. Express. Fait Mell. Leaves. Leaves. I p. m. B:SH a. m. 0;4# p. m. SOUTH BOUND. Express. Fast Mell. ive* Leaves. Leaves, la. m. 4.WP'm. 5.4ft a. m. EAST LINE. DAILY lo. -7 arrives 19r."k0 p. m, Jo. hs departs 1:110. COUNTRY MAIL ROUTE. _ for Vtneland, Rhea's Mill. Cellna dally (except Sunday) at I. m. Arrives at 6 p. m. arrives from Ticker, Altoga, Verona H Blue Ridge dally (except Sunday) |ia a. m. Departs at 13:30 p. m. Ives from Weston and Rowland lly (except S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 October 1889

• OXMVlMHMW 01 Naflenal Klher .Coa vert Ion. St. Lot is, Oct. 1, 1KS' To III) People ol till 1'Sited Mllw The promoter# of tiiis c -u- volition ♦•a meetly that t lit' M|l )fl't lit l>H (1 ami ilit- .il'jrTtf. Koiijrlit io ! • at tallied. i<> wit, iIih nhabilita lion ol eilvei a« on*1 ol tin* money metals of Ilitouutry, an i-oiiteinplated by our fi'der al count i union, art* mattera of file Mlprellie«l moment to the welfure tit out people, ami of \ital inunM to tuankimi the world over. Sinof tlx* demonetization of silver by the leading nations of tin- old v\< tld. followed by tli«* eatne u vt-nifiit on tin- pan of the I nited Stat«-H, Wf have seen a correspondingly steady decline in prices of coin modifies everywhere ; a de pressiou in trade and business enterprises almost unparalleled in history. We have seen in this coun- try a financial panic (that of Is?:* I , following closely upon the suspension of the coinage of silver by Uermany, France, the Latin I nion. and the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 October 1889

«K. 4*+ «|| • * i 'vil. o.w.iroTJ*, " Man. vud Co- H«wl ea« Ag'l. OC RAT. OL. VI. tiim, M (MM. MAT Tin ami u; M'KINNKY MoKINNEY. TEXAS. UR8PAY. OCTOBER 24. 1889. NO. 89. y, Money, Money. 4* TV -U" —S* The J. B. ^ A'lKlNB J.. Id. CO. have b**u rnuking loans li Collin couu'y for seveu years, and they wish to say to then customer* nutl others, that they are prepared to make battel terms than ever before. No comuiisstoue. N<> attorney's fees. You get the amount you contract fur. Call on their attorney. J. 8. Jenkins. Office over H. C. Herndon's drug store. $10,- 000 to loan on good personal security. NORTH TUB MILL AND 11MBR CO. ''RselrYt *4*-+ WHY t t k toy •tore grain on tbe 1st. of July, and ask you to WMKAT. First ten days—one cent per bushel. Second tea days—one-half cent per busliel. Third ten days—one-half cent per bushel, and for every sub- sequent fifteen days r:i. -hMlf rent p r On wh*at stored longer than 80 days we charge one per cent. « f net weiyut ror shrinkage. OAT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 October 1889

! HP-' >.nu *i AVU I*LBU iiu> la Veav, II Wunllu, SI* Mouth*, irt'i* " i it ion IU Tli-r*- is nothing so cheap as politenese, aud yet nothing mi valuable. It in the key to sue- cess in any business. Public servant h and agents of com- 91,AO psnies who fail to um polite l.UU The city editor of tha Opellks, Ala., Democrat, it a lady.- Terrell 8tar. Who naid the was not f « « The OolUasville Timet says : Please come in and Out* .%«!« fi*i ImIuit Our liuiiti ! ) fur tldlf ultimo I v r l-llU'll rtliiclr column 1 «>1 hi IHtH«B, ft « !'« |HT tol flit li iumtikSi. obituaries of more limn lu liut'c will !>«• • for al our uMiitl rule*. All pontrirtf will Im < Imrp d for In proportion to tin hou. Address. ItAl I'l H. < « . Mt Kinney, Teses. tiettH in dealing with their fel- 1 leMe come in and payyour ...w ,,,,,, a,, h bun..., «, .to.1 ^T£\o Z ZJt£ 10m they nerve. dt,vii jg |ij,.hiUK for money, While lying upon your pil* winter will toon be here and low at night. if it i a far...

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