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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 October 1889

NewStore! I I hare r*ntod the houoe formerly oc cupied by the MISSISSIPPI STOKE, in the Johnoon block and have a com- plete stock of Dry Goode, Clothing, Cloak*, Roots, Sboeis Hate, Carpet-, Trunks and valisss which will be open NOVEMBER 1st, and wish yon would call and examine the goods. Prices, assortment and kind atten- tion are the weapons of success and I am bound to win, and will thank you for a call. U.WEIB1KAX. Johnson Block. nr. We as oda Wo BO oda Wo no P#Woai wonky ambi- We need a oyclone of public enterprise. We need less political bitter* We need more true political, study We and more people to read them. We need some one to sav the Dkmoorat is not a good news- paper, then take him to the asylnm. A UlaTntbs Htbir Ifoo the right aide and lower purl of the diaphragm, though p'tiyfnllt and deliver ad, la oaloulated tu evehe profknity froiu a chappy whoa* liver to oat of order. When that region to rgxjMiMMse TIME TABUS. NOltTH BOUND. Kxpreaa. Faat Mali. I.eavea. 1/oavea. If...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 October 1889

m « i« I 01 fetter Thai UMffc. ■rain, and !*?• baa# thinking | that one of Mr. Smith's girls JTT k- ,i.„„lui1 would make you an excellent 0,1 , (h t t „ man reeling through ihatlraeM, "Yea. Mirudy, 1>. b«. j h<>w'v*r * **«*' thinking of tkat ....... thinK "•* h"' "* «ol"«,ho°" ' * * " «ome tender heart that will throb with intense agony; aome g hib f|iu— , 1 nig In, when lie turued his wife aud child out of doors. They remaiued ai u neighbor's house all uitflit, aud of course the . , ,. . 1 idol, or it mav be a loving sis her! liu going to get ... .1 ..... .. , i . icr who will shed tearsover the well just to upae you aud Ami a , . , . . . Smith' degradation of her brother ..mL1 _ . . M . . . shorne of his iitAtiliness and ail night, aud of course the f *oma *a« t e • HHjf rt,HpM(,t< Bettor drop a tear eiit ire region round about was l,ro«" 8t* l| e\er> > M "''j! of sympathy with thos« hearts discussing the matter with the u'11* ni<#n 8r**4uVHre( # 1 so keenly s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 October 1889

I , * «•<.!« fciut tutxf lb uprcl Ilurt|aii4 Hif |*ui>1h- iriMi. • • C.W JTOYBS, m Man. mU to. Kueiirae* A«"i. OL. VI. ^ "IS to* • mto i • I ■ I -1 ST TMC run MK1SNKY VIcKINNEY. TEXAS. (DAY. OCTOBER 81. 1889. *■>> y, Money, Money. ! NO. 40. other entered a little to the' ' •> -£<- th' left of tlie center of the oocipit- ) al bone, ranging apparutly to- " ward the riizht ear. The lint THE I.AlioitiN'U MAN. gbot would not have proved 4 pvtuiw. forth® L>«u or«t i mim*. fatal. The appearances were .M'aruiaek.l that the weapou uiied wan of Territory, * T. railroad. The J. B. WATK1MS L. M. CO. have Wii makiug loans in ^ "liu county for seven yearn, and they wish to say to their vvbo rin«u the grain that un.kei the iniau tuitber^evideutly tired at turners and others, that they are prepared to brand 1 * it having disposed of his stock excepting such as he wished to got the assistance of an carry with him, and haviug policeman, and between Rented his farm to his wife's f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 October 1889

KI'M KI' AN1 ITBllSIIKP EDUCATIONAL. hiumkouok kim: One VfttP. 91.AO Kigllt Moulin*, l.OO Kit Mo lit tm, 75 rtir«.«. •* 40 Our .\iUrrll lii|{ I llir ■ iiluinll I J t«r .... litt'f rnliiiuti I >i r ftft.i*' l-imli Mi.tti- s.i*> I f«nl in llcvH. ."1 tfiiu |>t r 1 in** tin inch IhmtUoii. olitiimruK of more timii it1 liitff v II! I ' < lutr^i <1 (or Ml our uxiMl rati*. All <<>nti u If will In- i harifiHl Tor in l>ro|M>riton le ili< itltoic, I 'i Mim IU1 |*i |t. I II . Mi Mnnrv. Inr , Kit low. fiuim!v\ltu and The Hoys* city Alui prepared for business. u says: !! • who thinks be can leave his good* boxes and whittling to go around on the streets and blackguard and abuse this pa- per, without our taking up the cudgel. reckons without bis boats. We have a lighting man. a la Sullivan in tbin of- lice, and when anybody gets iu the way of the progress of the Itoyse L'itv, of their own ftee will and accord, they tlill?<t look out for tlllUllie!" one. .\guin i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 October 1889

a. m. ie.45 | . n. I Kant Mall. .Via a. w. leaves. 4.Mp- U eaht umk PAI1A . *7 arrive* W:W P ■ . >. h depart* l'-W. COUNTUV MAIL BOl'T*. imrU for V Inland. llliea'* Mill. Celine dally (except Sunday) at ui. Arrive* et & p. • reives from Tlckey, Altoga, Verona d ltlue ltldge dally (except Sunday) t* a. m. Impart! at lt*0 p. m. vet froiu Weston end How lend except Sunday) et U a. ut. aud bail P.m. Arrive* from Lebanon, Itock 1111} and tn dally (except Sunday) at l3l m jrt* at (M p. m. , leaves Tuesday, Tburaday and Kat- [urdav for Knglemar., l.uca*. St. Paul "ndWTil* et 8a.m. Arrive* ut 0 p. ai. on SI* In I'l.llsdr lul.U (tie Ni-v> |>a|i<;r general directory. CHURCHB8. Sun 1 . M. *:"6r'2W! Sunday School every Sunday morn- M,t8 A"seerlterr' it NEW STORE. it 44 ii To visit the new dry goods, cloth- ing, boot, shoe and hat store. I HAVE liKTHnitiHT Kri coiui.--rtea«;lilng Hun- i«v at It A. M., and at 7:3<> P. M «"> 'rayer meeting every W cdnesdajr night. Mev. J •...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 October 1889

' ■. ■ .. . :-4'' W^': MM V « ®Sfl ##■ A 1 c ii I] li SI of *# mi «u 0) I k. J. IV. Brown Idling. mustache, wan quite dirty and W. D D u)^, i noted alac-' ? looked like lit* had been in a triciau f Chicago says il in; box car. When In* li ft my only a matter of time wh*u house he went down Jones ever) wire in the large cities 'street toward the cemetery." will be put out of wi^ltt ; they SIihi in'in Textkt I'' The The « tfi< era aeting upon ilti* are a sour re of anuoyance to killing Conductor .M.« « ••••' a. , : .nipanlm, n. ««ll III, XI. i.u IW« lb. talk Of Uu> I,.11... «,. Ui«. trail, ., lu lb,■ public. l-l^rai* art 1 liltk .ua. of ft'Urt ">•«' I"*"'-" 111 >W-|.b..u« w,r , lulorfaw wi.k , -ag-ily urub Jb** l liH*k !.<> suw *. man „a. U olli.-r l>y luducllo. and hut none of ilit-m could it'll electric light wires prove dan D|h witN Powder l UAt'lIi i: liMIIUli TV No <le**ert is nv.r* <U Heine*. whafctoiiK n<t appriirini; than • well-med* dmplini;, ide...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 November 1889

#A<- ... h>" ■?'••«• ft tfr*l*rcl I «*f "'M-MHv •■" ** • ■■ ' ' | NOY3DS . r >i*l < It U'i litr \fi I. i # i'i KNTtSCO AT TMC M>S*OrriCt, M'SINNSV, MMl " L. VI. MiKINNaY. TEX AH. Til >AY. 1881). NO. 41. SPREAD THE NEWS ,i Mil lilt' A Bloody Feud Chapter. RANDEST OPPORTUNITY before offered the people of McKinney and Col- County. TlH THIS MILLIONS KOH THK II. u. Wi« uri* living, w t' ur«- lothiii In it uthihI and ktorlouc nine. Ami (lit* #jjf* we Mf inuuldhut \\ ill l"-nr ihi'ir nltimum* aiibllm*. >• ir< r. aptnu Irum *! •• at:e 1 ,iii nitig bit. k lii UHtp i 'As arr iPMtltiii. from Mil' |j >{•"• 1 Writ in ^rr l n( tniiiii.li the ill *« *y writ lugtou, Oct. JO. -A# • Milton, W. Va.N <v. I —An in these dispatches other bloody chapter was ad evening Secretary to the story of the Huttield nl under consideration AMCoy vendetta butt night by mm h of the cattlemen a skirmishIn wliioh Mrs Jum«* li'iok* e outlet. The Brown wan ki mil John Iim decided luivurittt B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 November 1889

-r r.-"" "• • * ■*< mm*,*- ■ -.*♦ xsxfsi i 1 c i t li ai iui THE DEMOCRAT KIMTKI' AM* Ft BI.ISIIKI* Iv Mm DMAcrat PiUitkkM CmimVi Hl'MTHIITIOM It atm: Oue War KIkIM MoiitiiM, Hit Mouths. I'hrcr •• Our A«l * ••••l i« iii|r arouud the instrument, send ih* re it no complete picture of congratulations and b«Nit wish J home life aad fireside happl es for the *u tress of your ex- ness without bit dusky figure, poai ion " I |ion their own black Tfc* ltaN 4lw.Mll. )"""?• J* c~dUd 111 - ^ faut heads and toothed our One can hardly pick up a childish fears with never dying I'Co l,a^r wirtioui reading or au I melodies. They taught our '75 "outbreak" caused by ill f«* l baby lips their tint innocent 40 in*; Iwtweeti the whites and prattle, and some of us to-day, blin ks Ami one run hardly ntill true to early training, for- Kiiii'm. glaio ui Tltt-cdiluiialH of ui<l K1'1 our college days, and use Siuu.ou P«P**r without tiffing a long "hlack mammy's" grammar. w.iwj article on "the race <iu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 November 1889

lint of n part if tin pupil ill tin Dm, and mm if thi people part if in lima, OOL ALL THE PEOPLE All THE TIME How can theae Thl. I. u «•' >•> bv a wry .tuiaent madman who kn.w what be Mid wai tb« mull. We often .ee idmlimw. like iki.: A •*> lull of uloilie. for lf., a pair of .b<«. worth *1 for *.>, a good *4 hat for to. things be 1 Can a merchant afford to give aw ay one dollar on ovary pair of alto** oftiat, and fl&.AO ou every suit of clothe* lie jells? Your better judgment must Mii*wer tbi*. We make a bu«!iiea* of giving bargain* in Diy Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc. We °ftr«a !lnS £f, Slo.t^i2? °f al\gi?4es Prices. When we offer you a suit for $6 we guarantee it to be worth «6. Our line of 86, 97.50, *8.50,10,918.and$15 suits cannot be surpassed and they are well worth 6, 7.60, 8.60,10,12, and 16 dollars. Think of it! We are selling a good hoavy satinet or cotton jeans coat for 91.00. ;e o| an an< fuy rni of d be] id...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 November 1889

1 c - i t h ai oi *a iui *o flp science it it>i .blip ISCELLAVr M,h ImmhI I heu^'lils. Brotherly love is ,ic *i>Vet «>t sympathy, cuutideuoe mp! ju> I!«-«• A*> we !• \iciiiI thi- Hi am* ..• *, a. v.Mn.m. M* another i'.re Will ! .. harm on;. \% | 'H • -l>*t*< tie w rt-ttlitil « tu l amollL'si melt antl W otpetl. Ho Kir \wr >• p fn* # mm! ®*|vnl . i . | .|„ 1,.. to Im \u t lUiiti.V li oripttlii/.4(UHi uinl .!,! •!« . mitl <;ill wisdom is happiu*Metier V\ a> . i in I < bb !•* t • m I**. lit- 11« v ouhl do -'•! ♦• "tie U.tpt -Mi -i** I 'li i|i> ale ustt tftvai I J "« i 1,1 11 ■ -tli'l"! i *• ajj, in,< I • ihe bones "I mis' j'p'.v tt ii- t ■ >\ i (till T I-1 (111 • I >'• • ' " 4 ' ' . H, ,,,ci i* u (hint! 'ha! " ** ■" ' i" ' ,M"" ,U.M. i "ul • ■ <o as we extend it *lin ' "0 •' s •*Jves, |i i U- like infilling t«« Otll« I - . . , roster. 1 ' W IM\s deep I' '"■ 1,. - j i his thought* hi- Nf \l tu ih«« smii 14I1! "t ht av low is Minn en is the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 November 1889

I L " J 1, * < Ml 'mim tr&U ««** ft' W W mi '.f! •V l • ♦ ' . «,5 A«*l. GIO WILKINSt i) Mc KINNEY. * TEXAS. H ii. L Pearson uj^Reetryi*** Dental Surg—n, Y. NOVEMBER 14. 1889. Olilue uorih side squuiw, mr •tore. Teelh extracted without puln by the u*« of nitrous oxide gas. >1. M. MKT/., M D. Ho«i?patt!ic fhfslelan aai M.KINNKV. IKXAH. Chronic disekm n«l ilia* M of otktai lo. up sum in Mil's i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnrn The w w lili ti oil the summer through lla liidni oil llii' Oliver, Iteucath flu* Mialil kli* of blue lliat iirchetl In lN>mity over. Xmv muI nimI iiiolnnt'lioly uliny* Across tlie t'hlll> l(<o: llul ever auil hihhi she my*. "There are uu Dim ou un-!" EYE. EAI KM If Raleigh <XK> Main street, between lonuur sad Poydra*. capture* ig else p. IS Expos I red the first. premium uo artificial teeth, and pertaining to dentistry ut the Texas State Fall itlon, 1888, bao put id more iban Sets of Teeth TBS. first year office was opened. 1.1 teeth for! I w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 November 1889

.. mummMMMM THE DEMOCRAT * 1 c i I h •i of 1 ' ■ Jf I *tf mi 4 IMfID AKP rtltl HHP f I a Ki Mcatrrtoa Situ One %'oar . 9IJS Kigtit Months, l.UU Nik Months. IB Three M 4* Our A«t v«'rtlists*ir l<nl«*M. one 1 jusr.. JIUO.OU llslf column 1 year ■ .Vi.(t) l-i.l<ll It High' CoillUIIJ •S.UI I «mh1 t tires. f> cf fit* j'ti line foi > .'<> ti iiui-rtu-n. obltusries of uior*- tiiHii lo litn- will !m rliargetl for at our i.Mtul ri t« $, All eontt u te will l' * Imr^rd for in i>rt>|>oriloii to the ttbou. .\ihlr«M>. I KM<-I: o 1M H. <«• , Mehlnnev. 'i exes. Am Open I4*lt*r I>eren<tia* At- in|U t«c«, you will toraejr-tieneral Mm, |Q McKti*nkv, Tkx., Nov. 13, !i8U. Ktlllor l>< iun< rsl: I tee from the Mt Kinney Ga- zette that St it down on our at torney general, for doiug what state. We didn't postpone the contract* and they that their contract* would be out before the legis tion of '7ft w« postponed the legislature, not knowing the contracts tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 November 1889

JINK HT iff '* *! ! Yon Cm foal part of tin people alltho time,ead some of the people Pert of the time, FOOL ALL THE PEOPLE All THE TIME" Title is tt statement «i ce im.ri. by a very eminent statesman who knew what lie aald waa the truth. We often aee advertisements Ilk" thin . A $*>sui( of clothes for $IA. a pair uf shoes worth *i for fc.\ u fro.nl *i bat for *t things he i Can a merchant afford to give away one dollar on ovary pair M shies or hat, and #9.fto on every auit of clothes lie stdlaf Your bettor judgment nmat answer thia. We make a business of giving bargains in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc. clothing of all grades and prices. When we O,10, $12 and 916 suits cannot be surpassed Think of it! We are selling a good hesv STOCK IS L You coal How can these Prices LOW. The Latest in Style, the Finest in Quality, the Utmost in Variety, have been combined by us in our mighty effort for trade. Offerings ^ill not and < at not be exc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 November 1889

* 1 c i t h si Origin ol flac* Word 'HJuU. Ill ISOBXaXaAHT* Th* way ln~~which words outtt* into daily usw is some- KaatiAf# || ijim. , _____ lime# vrry runout*. ami none If ever you liav# had u r« J *riiap* more so than iheK**«> mantle, uuralculatftng Arieiul **ai adoption of tlie word Mliip a boundless worship and uqnU." which originated in it and h 'lief in koiiih hero of j our .i°he. M.ul. tsnif Harriet Beerher It wan Oi.e Saturday evening, Stow** it'e\>r you have no in tlo* I'ity of Puliliu. Ireland, I .V« J. that all col 1 pi inleiice, sa** a write. in the American all Helti^li wunily n.iniclera Airi icul!Ill int. i hat a «iy co n iiuiih hate gone" down like pany *a« as«. luhlfil. cousim driftw .id Itefore a river Hooded ' « largely of Home ol ' ie laui with new rain from heaven, no <> « wits a"1*! uf fanliiou ol thai von even forgot yourself, ihe day. Among them wan and w.-re ready to cast your Richard Daly, then the man wbole being iuto the chasm ofjsffsr ol th- l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 November 1889

lii *• HMi^MMuemaasMiimartBANWSMSaflNIMttUMttHHMlti frm ■ I JHRRi OKO WILKINS,, ♦a . I * McKINNBY '•M. uT . ' gll L Pearson Dental outuv north al<l« square, over Avon** atore. Tectti Mtrivtvd without by (lie use of nitrous oxidega . M. m. MKT'/, M O. HonraopatMc Ptiytieiu McEINNEV. TEXA8. Chronic dlseaes ad dlse Hi of wo* iu«n and children * specialty. All call*, >> or night at bla olnoe will bo prompt- ly attended to. • OiHce an atiin In By* A. H. EYE, EAR, THROAT *^R@etryt rm I'Mot ilty. i l>v h. j ml'svon.) I We have been requested to publish the follow lute poeia. wbleh has boon so eloquently recited at several publlf gathering. reeently toy V. K. Warren. 1 •*tei, I'ntfoUrj ." the prisoner said AS he wiped his eyes and bowed his . HQVKMBER 21. 1889. mlMkc. 1 wIvm and yon will Im ad Ac- tive worker (rattle." Appropriate resolutions were Adopted. Merman Khavlugti. 'ho captured the Himi premium on artificial leeth, and 'thing else pertain inu to dentistry at the Texas S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 November 1889

p ~ HKPP|RPRPI|IPP ' "jtWlSM'' ViiMlifitir1" '^y*1 l''1'Hiliilli"*'l'ii'i ,|« ||||> ■ DISS OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFIOE, ON R LOUISIANA STREET. As we must have room for goods yet to arrive, in the next (en days ire offer great and special bargains in our line, consisting of Furniture, Stoves, Queen tware, Tin and Glassware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, AND If ANY OTHER LSEKLL ARTICLES. We must have room. We must and will sell. Don't be misled: ()ur good* are new and lirsi- clues! We are here to sell and to stay Give us a call and be oonvinoed. Don't forget the place, opposite postoflice. Nale & Dies. THE DEMOCRAT K1>I1'EI* AM' IT BUSHED The Laborer. I'pon the poor laborer pends tin* sustenance aud even ceased just at the time when the wealth that tills country can boast o f." great cold weather has begun." U01 * * The Southern Mercury gives « * B,theD m cnlWlrtinCwM |. ai rl™ j MvjwciumoN Katks: Oue Year, Ol.fiO fclglit MoiitllH, l.OO (iU Mouths 7fi Three " Olll* All Vl'I't iMillf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 November 1889

i«.n If you la ex- call at Singer i on W eat Louisiana J. L. Greer, one of Collin's substantial citisens, from in to see ns this daily at i'e new store, prove tbey have the right kind of at the jjroper prices. Howard Oook, of Copeville, [gave ns a pleasant call—by let- ter, this week, for which we feel very grateful. Hanging lamp*, vase lamps, stand lamps, kitchen lumps, [chimneys, etc., atoost, at Sti- lt Carroll's. Mrs. H. L. Davis returned last Monday from a visit to her parents near Vsn Alstyne. If yon need any clothing, overcoats, clonks, dies* goods, flannels, blanket* 01 shoe.*, call Mt Wrisuiatt's lu'W store. lion A. iffiTl piomineut {attorney of Sherman, wan in ] the city thin week on legal (business. Smith Bro's., drug store is the place to find everything Kept in the drug line, east side tuare. W. S. Sproles, of Dallas, was In the oity last Tuesday on }egal business. If you need any clothing, per coats, cloaks, dress goods, >tnnels, blaukets or shoes, II at Weisman's n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 November 1889

4 . . .... iw J f it s * # fli all other' uiauafat' The Well-Mred Mlrl. I Farm Pnwta. ltef.ir# you enlarge jiroduc-, tion, cti«ujH*n its coat. The iuoou ia never ngbt 1 b,u-iuh,„.iIH-J «iud.iy. I !111 . . tuuks fourth in cop (Vttiiiry iu d Uf too often ^ l .4v1 wiili tjuol iiit•-*!*ti< Virginia ranks tirai in pen N<> man t-ver reaped foul nut- wli.-;.t from titan grunml ami; Wt-at \ ir^inia ruukh fil'tli in , |„an *. h,1. wall uml roal. When pilot's art* lew i« just . )V funk* a in , J iiuitb ( iiiriMiati I oinuien ial the tune io improve your farm ua/etlt} ammalH. lo ita else, outran states in value of ...... ,, ^ turea. Do you know many well bred It was a cold Add Siuili Carolina ranks that in girls.' Ok, tkey tun always be day. phosphate*. A great rellflioue T«*uueeeee ranks second in w "* i„ olw of New York's . , A w.tll«d girl .bank. lb. ^ ^ „ lexifc ranks lirst in cuttle man who givea her a neat iu .. . . , uiitl cotton. tllH glrwt alMi Aiw it in a 1 hftd |u#l *dJour,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 November 1889

f . ' ■ - 7 * " ' - 4^."r'; ■'.. \ Sftfes 21 ifS ■ ■H' ■■■i wBKwt!t %.?1 1;,'''' V', fc? AT 'Jljl JL i ■■M - — i ■ . VI. Mol 1889. «r?a ff Dental For the lost no that work! by the* uw of nitron* oxide M. 0. MK'r%. M p. Hofl sepathic Physician «g tli m M.KINNKY, TRXA8. uhffli^r:.°A^rxa£: tfbt .t hltoflMiWfDb.pfM.pt- d«y or night ly attended to Qfllce an talM ^1— 9 Who caput" •! the I'm si premium on artificial teeth, and everything elac p rtanniiu iv dentistry at the Texas State Fair and Dallas Exposition, 1888, has put in more than 3,000 Sets of Teeth Pat in the first year office was opened. I will continue to put in artificial teeth for; $6.oo A SET GOLD FILLING $1.00. Call and see new method teeth without plates, that will not drop nor get loos**, nor injure the remaining teeth, or make the mouth stre. See samples of Continuous Qum Teeth, Gold Plates, Gold Crowns aud Porcelain Fillings. Emeral Crowns made to match your own teeth. Porcelain teeth carved for de- form jaws, a special...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 November 1889

«MI M i w m Jjffy ,v • w v' '• DIE OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE, ON R LOUISIANA STREET. As we must hare room for good# yet to arrive, in the nest Inn day* we offer grant nnd apeoinl bnrgnlns In our linn, consisting of Furniture, Stoves, Queensware, Tin and Glassware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, -AND MANY 01 USEFUL ARTICLES.- We ve room. We must and will Our flood* are new and tirst-class! We are here to sell and to stay CHye na a oall nnd bn convlnoed. ell. . Don't be misled Don't forget the plnoe, opposite poitoffloe. Nale & Dies. THE DEMOCRAT Ilrlftinic. It was only a few night* ajfo that uur local aeribw un loiter ing ulong the struts of Mi-Kin uey. when hit* tuiutl began to pouder and contemplate about life. He had just past one of the rich mansions of the city where the gay and festive had Out* A<lvorlImIutf Union, gathered There It seemed the fjoij.ut gales of paradise and opened w«* to welcome the guests with ail hl'ITKI* AM' I'I BUHIliCn lr the Disocrat Piibllsking Cis i«f. ...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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