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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 April 1908

1 '' %$Jl ' THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, APRIL t, 1 08. fx Year Old Stallion ROXIE! Description: Dappled, chestnut , lorrel, 4-year-old stallion, 16 1-4 lands high and weighs 1200 pounds. Double galted, trotter and pacer. Trial Mark: Pacing, 1-2 mile 1:05; Slacked mile 2:SSL 1-2; Trotted mile 2:30. Fine style. f Breeding: Roxie was sired by Rattle Brooks Jr. 0528, (1) br. h. foaled 1S85; by Ratiler Brooks, '0527; dam Fanny Warren, by John Woolsey Jr.^Bred by A. P. Warren; passed to W. A. Amis, Waxahachle, Texas. Record 2:32. Sire of Patsey Brooks 2:i 1-2. Rattler Brooks, (4) eh. h. foaled 1879: by Earnhardt's Brooks; dam by Pat Maloue. Bred by Joe Lay, iPetersburg, Tenn.; passed to Clif- ton Rhodes; then to Frank G. Bu- Iford. Buford, Tenn.; then to Edward L. Hose, Dayton, Ohio. Record 12:23 1-4. Sire of Lucy K., 2:21 1-4, jetc. Roxle's Dam, Inola, (6) b. m. oaled 1891: b.v fireman, fS24; dam i 9 McAlister by Gambetta, 1172, tc. (See Miss McAlister, val. II.) Bred by C5. M...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 April 1908

w iiii | m J$S- fe* ■' J. D. COTTRELL. For District Judge: J. M. PEARSON. T. F. MANGUM. For County Superintendent: C. T. COBB. B. W. Ml'SK. G. W. WEST. For Couuty Tax A es or:. I. B. REEVES. L. T. GAY. U. P. (PETE) CLARDY J. W. McELWAlN. For Justice Hnmx Precise* 1: T. T. WEBB. For Tax Collector: DR. W. T. MOORE. For District Clerk: VINCE ROBERTS. JEROME SNEED. For County Trewurrr: W. L. YARBROUGH. BRAWLBY H. OATE8. For Commissioner Dlrtrirt No. 3: W. N. OSBwRN. CHARLES L. NICHOLS. E. L. WILLIAMS. BEN L. SHIRLEY. For Confutable Precinct 4: R. S. (RICE) BROWN. < TTY AN NOLNCE.MENT8. For City Marshals j. S. McKINNEY. For tily Attorney: T. C. ANDREWS. HARVEY A. ABERNATHY. For City Assessor and Collector: PAYTON WESTMORELAND. T. A. COLEMAN. FOREST BOARD. For City Secretary: W. D. O'GWIN. R. F. DOWELL. FLOYD NELSON. ARB1E SPARL1N. For City Recorder: L. C. CLIFTON. R. L. (BOB) WEST. For Alderman Ward 1: FRED D. HEARD. WICK GRAVES. For Aldi-rnian Ward 2: J. R. PARKER. PAT MOULDEN. For A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 April 1908

. % nmomm l)< tUcehlg einocrot- i TWENTY-FIFTH YEAH, NO. 10. McKlNNEY, COLLI.\ COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL , I DON. (FULL DETAILS 1 I K { ■■ , i r OF ACCIDENT The funeral of Jasper Hand took place at Ainarlllo Friday morning at 10 o'clock. The Amarillo Daily Panhandle of Wednesday, JtiHt received, gives the followiiiK account of (he fearful ac- cident that resulted In hits death: Without never fully regaining con- sciousness, Jasper Hand, secretary of the Will A. Miller Immigration Company, died thin morning from Injuries received in an automobile accident yesterday evening. Yesterday afternoon in company with Ellsworth Dillon. Mr. Hand started put for a trial spin in his new !!C-40 horse power Mitchell touring car. He had gone for u num- ber of miles south and west and was on his way back when at a point in the lane a mile south of C. O. Wolf- in's place on Washington street, and near the liomo of George Hayden, the auto skidded out of the road. Ap- parently Mr. Hand, it seem...

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

MMs; w : THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-0 AZ1T TB, THUBBDAY, APRIL 9, 1 08. r % ' :r* <•' Mt.'* ; *S IFESSIONAL DEPARTMENT CARDS OP ViUtlOVS PROFES- SIONS GROUPED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC bvttod to Columns In Which Are Notice* of Doctors, Dentists, Lawyers, Notaries, Etc. T. H. Rryant, Dentist, Foou House. Pbone 203. McKtnney. Dr. J. C. N. Hmlth, Dentist. Up- stairs over Abbott's Book Store, Mc- Klnney, Texas. I t. A. GARRISON, Fire and Torna- do Insurance: office «HBt side square, over J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Co. Mrs. R. K. Chamber*—Fire Insur- ance agent, office old stand, Star Ba- kery building, No. 18 W. La. St., Mc- Xlnney, Texas. ARTHUR H. STACY—Fire and Tornado Insurance; office with O. M. Goddard & Son . Phone Drs. Penrose and Wynne, Osteopaths Mallow building, southwest corner square. Phone 162. Dr. K. L. Burton, Specialist, eye, ear, nos« and throat, McKinney, Texas. Foote House. H. A. Ahernatliy, Lawyer. Col- lin County Abstract Co.; land titles abstracted and pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 April 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 9. 1908. Six Year Old Stallion ROXIE! Description: Dappled, chestnut ■orrel, 4-year-old ntalllou, 16 1-4 hands high and weighs 1200 pounds. Double galted, trotter and pacer. Trial Mark: Pacing, 1-2 mile 1:05; Racked mile 2:23 1-2; Trotted mile 2:30. Fine style. Breeding: Roxie was aired by Rattle Brooks Jr. 0528, (4) br. k. foaled 18 85;. by Rattler Brooks, 0627; dam Fanny Warren, by John Woolsey Jr. Bred by A. P. Warren; pashed to W. A. Anils, Waxahachle, Texas. Record 2:32. Sire of Patsey Brooks 2:19 1-2. Rattler BrookH, (4) ch. h. foaled 1879; by Earnhardt's Brooks; dam by Pat Malone. Bred by Joe Lay, Petersburg, Tenn.; parsed to Clif- ton Rhodes; then to Frank Q. Bu- ford, Buford, Tenn.; then to Edward L. Rose, Dayton, Ohio. Record 2:23 1-4. Sire of Lucy K., 2:21 1-4, etc. Roxle's Dam, Inola, (0) b. m. foaled 1891; by Greman, 7824; dam Mi~ McAHster by Gambetta, 1172, etc. (See -"Miss McAHster, val. XII.) Bred by G. M. & J. A. Lee....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 April 1908

DCHOCKAT-OAZ^FTa. THUMDAT, APRIL , 1MI. w . M 'i K m 1 rat-Gazette EVERY THURSDAY* Walter B. Wtlfton, Publishers and Proprietors. ■stared Lanidtlf, As«o<i t« Editor. ZU, nd-rlass mall matter. To aotaaoiltwn—Th« d«te printed opposite year uih on tb* margin of the paper or on tba *rappar Indicate* the time to which your aufe- ■crljitlon la paid. All ub*orlptione expire on tba it rat of tba month. Any aubarrlber not reoelvlnf Um pcper regularly will pleaae notify un We do not send receipt* for money paid on •Bboartptlona, but credit Mine on slip attached to paper, If credit U not hown on allp In tan daya from data of remittance notify thla o«oe. One Copjr One Year $1.00 AN KIMTOIt'M KINI> WOltDS. We are half mad and half sad over 0 Tom W. Perkins' declaration that he will not be a candidate for I he State Senate this year. We appreciate the fact that he is most too good a news- paper man to he caught In the pol- itical meshes of uncertainty, hut (he good he could do for the newsp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 April 1908

*, ' " / * f i THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1908. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 80 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under hU per- sonal supervision since its lufluicy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ** JuMt-as-good" are but Experiments tlmt trifle with and endaii|;>>r tiie health of Infunts and Children—Experience a^aimt Experiment* What Is CASTOR IA Cantoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- gorlCi Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmess. It cures Diarrlnua and Wind Colic. It relieves Tee tiling Troubles, euros Constipation and Flatuleuey. It assimilates the Food, regulates the fttomaeh ami Bowels, giving healthy and uatural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. CENUiNE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signatur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 April 1908

A**** 'f ' W >rf ■.■■■.*,. *'■>?■■ ' • • V^.v;./ v;^.- ■■';<,•.' ;v: ; t .. '$: i **!> ■X|« xi^'r- ~ I . ,. ,;'s" ^ V. ; - 1 f % >" ■ ^ - - > | v ■ .*•> •■***•• THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURbDAY, APRIL 9, 1 0I. .1 -Ji ■ 1 "i I I '1 mi l ' ' i - J. T tj« -- Decidedly the best Skirt Values of the Season Our Block of tailored Skirts thin spring Is by far the most complete showing we huve ever mode, quality considered. tliey are the bent values on the market. 36 nice light Wight Skirts, worth elsewhere $2.50, our price.. K1.1W 4 x pretty Skirts, assorted Mohairs, Panamas and Serges, $4.50 values each , Fine $6.00 Skirts on sale at each #4.05 Big lot of very swell Skirts, Hero- es, Panamas and Volls, on sale very cheap at $8.30, $ I (MM) and 9IS2JIO A woman Is conscious of her su- jjerloi aupearance when she Is wear- ing an American Beauty Corset AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 42$ Kalamuoo Cortol Co., Mtkeri She knows she looks well then, that she Is charmingly attractive...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 April 1908

iSa JCs. 1 $5000 Worth must be sold during the month of April. The question is, how can wc sell that much? The answer is cut the prices down so every- body can get a bargain. Quick sales and small profits is our motto. THE FAIR. Easter Special Long Gloves. See t ur pretty long Gloves, worth 81.25, during this sale at pr only Easter Special Lace Curtains Lace curtains worth 75c pair will be sold single during this great sale at each only Easter Cut Price Sale Starts Saturday Morning:, April 11th.; at 9 o'clock. All mail orders promptly filled. the Fair. Easter Special Pretty Fans 15c kimJ, folding. Fans, will be «< ld during this sale at each only 9c Easter Special Gauze Vests Ladies' gauze vests with tape neck, worth 7 !-2c, Master price each only 5c Easter Special New Belts 8**e our pretty Belts worth up to *1.30. Big lot worth up to .">0e, on sale at each onlv CUT PRICE Easter Cut Prices on All Skirts Read the prices and give us a look. You will save from 50<- to £2.00 on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 April 1908

'ry ■ 1 TUB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL . 1908. I . I F'V B HIIYMRR. Planting cotton la the order of the day now. Seferal from this place were In McXInney Monday. The health of our community la very good at thla writing. Mrs. Martha Christaln of Altoga la vialting friends at thia place thla week. Mr. and Mtb. Bert Brlndle of New Life vlaited at the home of the lat- ter'a parents, Mr. and Mra. L. F. Roper, Sunday. The little son of Mr. and Mra. Laird, who happened to the serious accident of getting hla leg broken aoiue time ago, la doing nicely at thia writing. Khymer, April 7. W EHTM IN STE It. The health of theae "dlgglus" la good. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Vanda- grlff, a boy. Rev. J. R. Snider #f thla place wan called to McKinney Saturday to see hla sick father. /Lewis McAnally ami wife who have been visiting at Anna, retrned home yesterday. Miaa Grace Green, a former pupil In our school, now of Anna, attended services here Suuday. Misses Beulah Hatler and Minnie Lord of...

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

I- THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THUR8DAY, APRIL 9, 1908. 1 This Is Your Chance I How would You Like to Own a Home On ImuU thai will produce |mt iuth; ratton $50.00, onions yf lOO.OO, pMuatN flOO.OO, IK-His SIOO.OO, Irish |M> tutors flOO.OO, WW(M*t potatoes $I50.I>0, tOIIIMlOCN IIIMI.IN), fHltltlMtf #-0(l.(KI, |A- bacco r~oo.oo, ribbon cane $2.10.00, berries $JMO.tMl, (tcnches #2."MM>o, plums $2.~>o.oo, chickens ami turkey* SMOO.OO. This land is in a healthy country, with plenty of free stone water at a depth of 15 to 25 feet and a number of natural everlasting springs, with abund- ance of shade. Close to schools and churches, and close to good towns, with shipping facilities. A residents or business lot and 20 acre Farm for $350; terms $25 down, in cash or trade, and $10 per month for 12 months, cash or note for the balance, on terms to suit the purchaser. This is a savings bank proposition, arid a fine in- vestment. We would like to have you call and in- vestigate this ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 April 1908

t * ' ' -a [ . I, THURSDAY, APRIL t. IMS. AND THK PEOPLN. Ntinchaugli IMm-iuwh Twit- Out Fare Matter. Merit, Tex., April I.—We have no- ticed that a number of candidates for legislative honors, are favoring A 2-cent passenger rate. Our late legislature passed an anti-free pass bill and took away from the editor at well as from the legislator the privilege of riding on h free pass. We believe the legislature made a blunder by Interfering In un honora- ble contract between man and man. We have reference to the press. Yat at the same time, while the editor and the statesman were traveling about in "dulce far nlenta," style, we noticed with a sad heart that he didn't give a copper if the balance of the human race paid 6 cents or 2 cents. But now, when he must step up to the window and holler "tick- et," like a common mortal, he is moat ardently advocating a 2-cent railroad rate for the traveling pub- lic. It looks as if this 2 cent pa- triotism was prompted more by self, than by the lov...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 April 1908

ft THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUR8DAY, APRIL 9, 1808. k y ll i V $ my business is growing, but it is not my popularity that is doing it but it is the quality of goods I handle, the prices I sell them at and the full weight we give. Peo- ple who trade with me know they get full value for their money, and when I once sell a customer he always returns—and that well pleased. Quick City Delivery CUFF EMERSON % GROCERIES Phone 67, McKinney, Texas. HONORED PIONEER PREACHER. Kill. John McKinney Give* Some Words of Wisdom. Editors Courier-Gazette: I will preach at the East McKinney Chris- tian church, If not providentially hindered, on the second Lord s day in April. I will he 7 > years old,'lack- ing two da.vs. 1 was here nearly two years before McKinney was located In 184X. I drove a heavy team of • oxen to break the first acre of .land broken in McKinney, for John Love- joy, grandfather of our townsman, John Luvejoy. I was elected assessor and collect- or of Collin county in lsr.s a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 April 1908

^ . ' ■ * VBM WBBKLT DB1IOCR AT-G AZETTB, THUR8DAY, APRIL t, 1*08. .14, 1® Artistic Apparel J ACK STIFF'S line is tailor- ing, strictly first-rate. Artistic apparel in style up-to-date. COMPLETE in the finish, correct in the fit. KEEP always in shape, and gracefully sits. SUPERIOR GARMENTS of woolens select. THE CLOTHES that will win you social respect. IN HERE we are pleasing fastidious men. FIT and finish the best, brings them again. FOLLOW the dressy ones, come to this shop. STIFF'S swellish spring suits are strictly tip-top. LOOK up this shop for neai- est repair. ITS WORK is the best, its prices are fair. NEAT cleaning and press- ing, modern ways. Excellent workman- ship—little delay. CLUB LAKE POULTRY FARM J. L. BASS, Prop. Route 5, McKinney, Tex SILVER SPANGLED HAMBURGS llmhnl Prize Winners al Ft Worth 1907 aha Finl Prut Winner* al McKinney 1906-07 EGGS PER SETTING OF 15, FOR $2.00 S. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS Frl/o winner* it MeKlnnoy l9Cfi-«7. K|fg* ler^ttliiRof SI, S. C. RHODE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 April 1908

ttleclUj) W£tn®txut- TWKNTY-FIFTH YEAH, NO. 11. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAV, APRIL l«, 1WW. 1 BIG ROBBERY AT PLANO \ Piano, Tex., April 9.—It has JUBt leaked out that the safe of the Pa- cific Express Company, located In the Cotton Belt depot here, was robbed of a package of currency amounting to $800 between the hours of 5:36 p. tn. lust Monday and Tuesday morning. The agent here received the pack- age of money at 4:25 p. m. Monday, too late to make a delivery to the bank. The package was from the United States Treasury Department at Washington, d. c.. consigned to Farmers' and Merchants National bank of Piano. After receipt of the package the agent placed same in the company's safe and left the of- fice at 5: 5 p. m. to go to supper, re- turning from supper about 6:30 p. m. After winding up the day's busi- ness the safe was closed with the night lock on until the next morning, when It was discovered the package was not In the safe where It was placed the evening befpr...

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

x m '7^h''T • . mm Jy7 j| at- „ |jft" ,.-. *r ■ ; • ..... •- \ the wbbkly democrat-gazette, Thursday, april ie, 1908. Decidedly the best Skirt Values of the Season Our stock of tailored Skirts this spring is by far the moat complete showing we have ever made, quality considered, they are the beat values ou the market. 3(i nice light weight Skirts, worth elaewhere $2.50, our price., Sl.UA 48 pretty Skirts, assorted Mohairs, Panamas and Serges, $4.50 values each . 98.MI • Fine $6.00 Skirts on sale at each <M.tW Big lot of very swell Skirts, serg- es, Panamas and Volla, on sale very cheap at $7.ftO, i*H.."lo, ftlO.tfu and $12.30 A woman is conscious of her su- perior appearance when she is wear- ing an American Beauty Corset V AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 428 Kalamuoo Corset Co., Makers Slie knows she iooks well then, t^hat she is charmingly attractive und that her beauty Is greatly enhanced because she Is wearing a corset that produces such magnificent results. A corset that is designed f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 April 1908

THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-ftAZETTE. THURSDAY, APRIL 16. 1908. THE SAME CONSIDERATION H If ' The child with h r penny Mvingn The small boy with his small change The lady with her pin money havings The small man with bis 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, The lady wtthjher church subscription list The small boy with school entertaiu ment tickets The child with society entertainment ticket* are each acdbrded the same con- siderate attention and extended the most liberal treatment—con- sistent with good and profitable t • * banking. iv /Hp Safe.. f u I! 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 loss by fire, theft, etc. The Collin County National Bank will guard your money frym all 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 m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 April 1908

w. it-Gazette EVERT THURSDAY W. Perkins, Walter B. Wilson, Publishers and Proprietors Ltnudak, Associate Editor Entered as second-class mail matter To subscriber*—'The date printed opposite i on the margin of the paper or on the • time to wnlch I . ipl t of the month. Any mibeortbor not reooitlng your eub- All Ruberrlptionv explo on the ipper ii\dlccte the time to w ptton la paid *" "— t of the mont . paper regularly will pi notify ua We do not aend receipt* for money paid oa _ * - _ .. m *- attached Ip Id U dsyshv m date of remittance notify thla office. if V UV uui sviiu iui auvii< •ubeeriptlona, but credit aame on allp attac per, If nredlt la not ehown on Alp In tan from £ " — to P* One Copy One Year 91-00 (It is never too late to reform. Less politics and a lit110 more sun- shine, please. Fruit trees give promise of a large yield this year. It is always well to remember thst "there are others." If 'every cloud has a silver lin- ing" there should by tills time be u surplus of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 April 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZET TB, TIU'RSDAY, APRIL lfl, 1#08. Easter Rush Spring, April 19th, Easter Sunday feiSTlw I Ladies if you would avoid the Easter rush you will please come and select your Easter Hat today for yourself and girls. Our stock was never more complete with all the new things in Millinery, also the new Silk Foulards, Baby Irish, Fileabands, Nets, All-overs etc. Our line of Dress Goods, in the much wanted colors, is complete, Wool, Silk, Linen and Cotton. So now please don't wait. Come,'we are anxious to serve you£,well, with satisfaction to you and our- selves, so come before the Easter rush. New line of Voil Skirts and Sijk .Drop Skirts to match at[ Special Prices Just Received. Matthews Bros. McKINNEYv thxas. ir!| FOR RH-FLFCTION. ( ("onIlly Commissioner \V. >1. Burgcss J Announces 11iv Candidacy. Id tills Issue of The Daily Courler- Gazette and Weekly Democrnt-Ga- tette appears the announcement of AY. M. Burgess for re-election Hi the Office of county commission...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 April 1908

. ' i v i f 1 LAID BARE PERFIDY OF BAILEY HOW THE SENA TOR SOUGHT TOINFLUENCE TEXAS COURTS AND LEGISLATION The Tint, the Place and the Amount Are Set Out in the Record at Given in His Georgetown Addreu by the Ven- erable Citizen of Texas. Georgetown, Tex., April 11.—Hon. A. W. Terrell of Austin, candidate for presidential elector on the demo- cratic ticket named at Waco, ad- dressed a large audience this after- noon. Mr. Terrell began speaking about 1 o'clock. He was greeted with tremendous enthusiasm frrm the very flrBt, and accorded a genu- ine ovation at the flu'nh. H'* speech was made up of a brilliant assem- blage of facts, presented in bristling English iu which slime end abuse bad no part, and was in marked con- trast to the vile epithets which msde up the greater portion of Senator Bailey's address last Monday. Mr. Terrell said. In part: Fellow citizens: For mor- thin BF years I have represented you or your fathers as lawyer, Judga an1 senator, and there is not one man among...

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