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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 April 1908

4\4r THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZBTTE, THUR8DAY, APRIL 1908. ii h L wire fence around his north of the school SHI 1.4 >11. ALL OVR THE COUNTY. Bright and Naway Lattara Prom Tha Damocrat-Oaxatta'a Corpa of Bpaaiai Corraapondanta. 1*1 K ML Miss Ann I*' Redman is right sick at tills willing. Mrs. Luther Terry s|>ent a few days with her mother in Blue Ridge last week. Mr. Jim Freeman wan thrown from a mule and bis wribt badly sprained last Saturday. Mrs. ftallie Sublet e and two little boys of near Lane, spent several days visiting here last week. The weather has at last cleared up, and the farmers will begin plum- ing cotton in earnest this week. Jean, the six year old sou of Mr. PatUlo, two miles south of town, in quite sick, suffering from hematuria. Earnest Parnell, the eighteen year old son of Mr. Parnell. and the fifteen year old daughter Emma, of Mrs. MeMurley were married at the home> of the bride, by Rev. Tom Redman last Sunday. Married A few days ago Mr. Hud AVadklns and M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 April 1908

•—— ■ m fST-w# " __. . ■,V y " :hf- if IOCRACY COLLIN COUNTY An a last np|>eul, Just before (lit1 Primary, we invite your earnest <-«>« •ddcrntlou tu the words of that wfll kuvwu cltiacn, able mid pun* Jurist Hun. T. J. Drown, judge of the Su Court of Texas, who when nun Max a n*sidcnt of our cavnfy, Weigh well lii* tionU Im faro you give your consent to cast your vote against Snwtitr Hailey Signed: T. W. Wiley, M. U. Ah eriuthy, J. A. Garrison, F. K. Wil cox, N. H. Fox mix I H. A. Finch, llni ley Committee. <ludnr Brown iii intr«Mlu«'liiK Sen- ator Bailey at Austin on Monday of thin week, spoke aw foil own: "Fellow citizens: It Im a very pleas- aJit service to nie, my fellow citizens, to introduce my friend, Senator Hal ley. I became acquainted with him wilhin a very slioi< time after he lo- cated in the town of Gainesville, and we lived in adJoiniiiK counties and practiced law in the same courts for a number of years. His profession- al life was up to the hlgh<*s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 April 1908

mm THE WEEKLY DBIIOCRAT-OAZKTTK THURSDAY, APRIL SO, 1 08. wm VOTING IN PRIMARY ELECTION i Citizens Must Strike Out Names of AH Candidates for Whom They Do Not Want to Vote. * Spring Medicine & In view of the fact that the ballot to be used in the Democratic pri- mary election of May i Is rather unusual In form, some little explana- tion may facilitate voters in preparing It. A facsimile of the ticket la given below: OFFICIAL DEMOCRATIC BALLOT FOR ELECTION OF DELEGATES AND ALTERNATES AT LA ROE TO THE NATIONAL DEMO- CRATIC CONVENTION. PLEDGE: 1 am a Democrat and pledge myself to support the Democrat- , ic rrwueutlal Elector* nominated by tike Democratic party in 1H«is, ■ and the nominees of the Democratic party to be nominated in the primary election to be held In Texan In July, ll 0N. FOR DELEGATES AT LARGE TO THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTH>N: No. 1, No. 2. No. 3. No. 4, J. W. Bailey. M. M. HrookK. .1 allies L. Storey. Andrew J. Baker. No. 1. Cone Johnson. No. 2. O. T. Holt....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 April 1908

rt TH* WBEKLT DEMOCRAT-OAZET g II, [' ( « y ' TB. THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1 08. ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AVfcgflabk Preparation forAs similaiingthefbodandRpdula liogtlir Siomadis atylBoMdsflf Infants/cmtdr>n Promotes Di^eslionflrftM ness and Rest jContains netar Opium.Morphine nor Miacral not Narcotic. j^o/ouDtsmumnBi /4mJm a* rwHfmtn of* tr JU-Smma* MMfeUft- ykprSnd* dSS&'u* MnW- CfrM-Pg" A perfect Remedy forConsfipfr t Jon, Sour Stomach.Dtarrtai Worms .Convulsions.Feverist ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YOKK. Guaranteed. undrrthe I Exact Copy of Wrapper. GASTORIA Tor Infante and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use ■ For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA ▼nc ocntauii company. n«w vonh citt. celina. Mrs. George McWhorter is visit - lug In Tioga this week. Mr*. Carl Yates returned Sunday from n visit to relatives at Grape- vine. Mrs. W. I. Bryan returned last Sunday from a visit to her sister, at Went her ford. Far til inn has been at a ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 April 1908

• ' 9SP? ' • THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THUR8DAY, APRIL 30. 1908. Money DEPOSIT IT when you have a surplus with ss s$f $$$$ sssss $$t$ Si$ ss BORROW IT when in need from iS 6 9.^ To Depositors Wt.offer ABSOLUTE SECURITY prompt service and courteous treatment at all times To Borrowers We furnish the "needful" at all times based on balances and responsibility r Wisdom for You I:\ KX \ SMALL SETBACK CilVKS HIM THi: IILITKS POME people In time Of vroaperlty, & upend all Of thi ir Income without a thouKht for the future. Then when For- tune mils to smile they lia\e to tnortcai/e their home to tide thom over. It Is e<tny to save a littl«* out of a Kood Inoorne, but very hard to pay old debt* out of a n-dut - i-d one. TMUCHK are some wise ones who realize • that prooperty does not always en- dure forever and they are thrifty and put part of their money in the Saving* Bank while Fortune smiles. A few hundred dollars in the bank has helped many a man to weather a financial squall an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 April 1908

hi 1-4, • \ \ !BBH I SrjH m : ■kJuliAH f', 1 • • ' ™ TOT WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, APRIL SO. 1*0*. VITAL HTAT18T1CW. Birth*. B. F. Dins more and wife, McKln- ney, boy. v H. L. Sttsuley and wife, Wylle, girl. Jo^n Glbberd and wife, Pike, girl. I. J. Houston and wife, Princeton,' boy. William Bass aud wife, Princeton, boy. i W. B. Taylor and vife, McKluney, twin girl*. Joe Black well and wife, McKln- ney. girl. Thoa. Wood and wife, McKlnney, girl. 4 J. M. Dungan and wife, McKlnney; girl. U. D. Elder and wife, Culleoka, g*l « b. W. Webb and wife. Blggeru, girl. T. E. RiuuBey and wife, Branch, girl. T. P. Johnson and wife, Culleoka. boy. John McAdamB aud wife, Culleoka, girl. Sim Large and wife. Clear Lake, boy. R. J. Russell and wife, Clear Lake, girl. S. B. Vermillion and wife, Altoga, girl. Charlie Eddy and wife, Josephine, boy. Geo. Frazler and wife, Callis, boy. S. A. McQowan and wife, Pike, boy. Dentil*. Wilson Bedford, age 64 years. Mc- Klnney. lagrlppe. Taylor Elliott, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 May 1908

MP? ' ' } ',V p? - ■ V' 21)* tUccklg Qkmocrot-i^otttte TWKN*Y-FIFTH YEAR, SO. 14. McKINNEY, COLLIN OOl'XTY, TEXAS, THI'RSDA Y, MAY 7. RNON. > INTEREST GROWS IN REVIVAL (Reported by Rev. S. L. Rleves. > Sunday will not soon be forgotten, because of what trunspired during the day, and because of its follow- ing the ever memorable Saturday— when "Heaven came down our souls to greet, and glory crowned the mercy Heat. For this—Saturday— was not only the red letter day so far of the series but altogether the moat glorious in your correspondent's experience and observation. Before a sermon had been preached, when only songs had been sung, one prayer offered, the unexpected happened when a man widely known and re- spected, who hud been under deep conviction for several days, the ob- ject of prayer, deepest solicitude, came to the platform, trembling from head to foot, filled with the Joy of a new born love. Saying, as he grasp- ed the hand of Evangelist Cates' "Thank God, 1 have chang...

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

m *p§ * iir v* ■ (v ' i ■> r , f'. ■ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1908. Great Care of Your should he Id ken in * krtinn glasses, and particularly tin* first pair. It Ik alwolnWIf neressa ry, especially wltli those Just begin- ning to use Kinases. that their gltisscg be correct In evsry detail and thus prevent future Impairment of Hie eve*. Our Optlclun Is very competent to make a thorough examination of your eyes and prescribe glasses ihat will give perfect satisfaction. rhea, scon & newsojie .IKWKLKItK IMt OITICIANS. EAST SIDfc SQUARE. M( KINNEY. TEXAS. —- WE ARE Exclusive Shoe Dealers They Say f Our '*■ Shoes Are The Best We iiit* expert Font Fitters. When ynu have bodily ailment* you U" to a «pe« ialist. When ymi have font hurt* why not come to the Khoelst. We have the largest variety of lasts, and tlu* best selected slock nf Shoes In the city. SUTTLE, Suttle Brick, McKinney, Texas 1L Our Full Line of Go- Carts Are Now In Hee ours liefore you buy. Iteautif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 May 1908

* ! THE WBBKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1908. The Kind Yon Have Always Bought* (uid which has been In use for over 30 years, hus borne the slgiiuture of mid has been made under is per- sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfoil)*, Imitations and**Just-as-uood"are but fixperiiucuts Unit trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Cast or in is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contain* neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the &totnach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep* The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Tie End You ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 May 1908

"t The Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. WHKBmmamamn. 'i . 111 ■" Tom W. Perkins, Waller 11. Wilson, Editor*, PAblMters and Proprietors. Sumner l-ansdale, AwmmIbJc Editor. 1MB Entered ait second-claaa iual| matter. To •ob or1ber« Thr date printed opposite *our mna on tin* margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indicate* The time to which your *ub- •crtptlon U paid. All ■ubscriptloiM expire on the irvt of the month. Any kubecrlber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify ua. We do not tend receipt* for money paid on ■ubonrlptlpn*. but credit nam* on *llp attach'-d to pap *r, If credit I* unt «hown ou flip in ten daya from date of remittanoe notify tin* office ■ -gg peace (36 rent*.) He (g the village acarecroW.—F«ondon Dalljr Mall. * Copy One Year . (1.00 Now lets forget II. Be honest with youraelf and you will be honest wllh othera. How many timet have you heard "I told you so'' alnce the election? Have you recovered from the ef fecta of the election excitement? ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 May 1908

h THK WKKKI.V nKMOCl^T-QA/KTTK. THI'lt.SDAV, MAY 7 19 i* TREMENDOUS DAYS SALE Never in the history of OM Collin will new, clean, fresh goods be sold us cheap as you can buy them dur- ing thin great tremendous i) days sale, which starts, Saturday, May !)th and positively closes Tuesday, Mav 19th. Now listen, our store closes Friday evening, May Hth to arrange for this big sale, so don't buy unti Some Bargains for the Ladies. New style CollarH, worth 2.">c, all stacked • >ut i t, your choice, I3c $1.00 kind black Parasols, about 50 kinds to select from. See them, during this sitle at each 69c Another big lot will be sold during this sale at each only 45c New style elastic and wash Belts, worth 3."c, all out on sale at 24c See our pretty new stvle Belts from 50c up to $3.00 15c kind pretty folding Fans, too many kinds to try to mention, sale price each 9c Dress Calico 4c yard This Sale Great Cut ott Un- der near. Hoc kind Corset Covers, all nioely trimmed, all marked down during ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 May 1908

' V y<' I ■:> f. !• very ilck. lai been on the night of the 29th and cotton on bottom ,_j In Htill confined to her being able to b« up very . the time. Duucan Jr. and Bister, Miss spent Saturday and Sun- Clnney. Gertie Cline has returned to home neat Pilot Point after at- school here. ,„r iutil storm which fell hero the S&th tilt., did a great deal of damage to all gardens and crop*. During the rain the other day llghtniug at ruck F M. Griffin's grain «ry tearing a large hole in the roof. Little Kuth Lemons happened to a very painful accidcnt laat Friday Blie fell off of a disk harrow and cut her leg below the knee very badly, but whe is getting along well at pres- •nt. Robert Greer and wife are the hap py parents of a fine little son, and Charley Wright and wife are the proud parentB of a handsome little daughter. The school closed here last Thurs- day with a picnic !n the morning, and in' the "evening the pupils of the school rendered a nice program. A large crowd whs ou...

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

I ijM TrtB WEEKLY DEMOCHAT-QAZBTTB TMI'HdDAY, MAY 7, 1t0«, REPUBLICAN CONVENTION The Republican County Convention met In ihe opera house Tuesday ami was called to order by County Chair- man \V. S. Curt*. A motion prevailed to make Capt. VV. IL l*ove temporary chairman and L. VV. Mayhew temporary secretary. The temporary organisation was then made permanent, afier which the following named gentlemen were |x elec ted delegate* and alternates to I' the Republican Congressional Con- ventlon which meets in Sherman I May 12: l)r. .1 .W. Crupswhite and A J Lee, delegates; W. N. Griffin and (1. J. Harlow, alternate*. Delegates and alternates to the Re- publican St ut c Convention which meets in Fort Worth May 15th, were elected an follows: W. S. Curia and W. N. Ylrlffili, delegates; (5. J, Har- low and E. \V. Morton, alternates Resolutions Adopted. The committee on resolutions re- ported aa follows: We, your committee on resolutions respectfully submit the following: Resolved, that we decla...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 May 1908

61*' / ' - f: ^ JP$F' Is IK The rain w# had Sunday night will amount to very much. Every in gettiug busy lit his crop. We don'i know of any sickness In community at till# writing Mr. 0. Kerr who ha* been wick In still Improving. Miss^Jzzie Kerr was the guest of Mr*. Luther Snider last week. She will return to her home In Fort Worth thin week. Several from this community at- tended church at the Christian church at Lucas Sunday and Sunday night. Rev. Cordis Spurgeon from the T. C. U. a Wtnocshrdliltaoiiiuu the T. C. I', at \Vh< a, delivered I wo Interesting MtrnioiiH 111k subject wan "Christ Rejected." Win. K Ileal and wife were ihe gnewts of ihe latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stilder, of Lucas, Sat- urday evening. Frank Kerby. the biggest stock man In Urove, "'delivered the goods'' to McKlnne.v Monday. Thai is good cows, he keeps the good kind. 8. T, (Stoklev) Armstrong made a business trip to Allen Monday with a four mule load of hogs Come and l e with us "at Korea! Grove"...

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

mi ' , f > • "• '.« THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MAY V. 190S. - —————— VAIiDANTA. u Mhw Willie Coffey went to Anna today shopping. Mr*. Midget* wont to Blue Ridge khoppin , today. We are hoping for several weeks of auniihlne. that ull may get up with their work. On April 20th we had quite a heavy front killing some corn, cot- ton and garden truck. The good sunshine of the pant week has put all to work and they are very butty planting, hoeing and baling their alfalfa. On account of the continued ralna the farmers are much behind with J their work, having been able to work only two days during the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Com bent who were called to Oklahoma to see the latter's father, who wan very sick, have returned home. Her father In somewhat Improved. Our school Ih progressing nicely under the management of Miss Plem- mons of McKlnney. The school will close next Friday, May 8th. Many of the pupils are being kept out the laat week to assist In planting and other...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 May 1908

I 4 , <m v I'.R < %. ■* !$, ENAMELS FOR HOME DECORATION There are a few things that can be 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 beautiful Ivory like covering. Enamels are now so per- fectly made and so easily applied that any lady will find it pleasant employment to transform dihgy furniture, old chairs, etc., into things of beauty. They come in all colors, including gold. Come in and let us tell you more about them. ? I j t t X Y f f I X f f Smith Bros. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS McKinney • - - Texas. I ♦ Our Ice Cream Soda DAINTILY SERVED IN THIN POLISHED GLASSES Pure Fruit Juice Flavors Huyler's Chocolate (not cocoa), sim- ply delicious, used exclusively in all our Chocolate DrinRs. PHOSPHATES—Long drawn out drinks. All the nutritious Egg Drinks. Smith Dallas Cream used. Phone us your wants during the hot weather. We will save you...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 May 1908

Pis . * TIIK \\*EKKLY DEMOCRAT-UAZETTE. THI'KSOA Y, MAY 7, 190K. Do Not Forget The Babies The attempt to prove that two can 11 \ • as cheaply an one often results In the ut'cewlt)' to provide for thi*6, therefore prepare for Little Darlings and lesseta the burdens of tin* , mother. We offer u complete line of Iteciiiiinu (•« -<'mis FuldiiiK < Jo-Cart* Itaby furrta«cs 11-«>ii Unity Walkers I'oldiiiK Itrtlo Hi^ii Chair* For their protection and comfort Crouch-Saigling Co. Phone :lii. II\UI WAIC1-: ,\NI) l l ltMTI IlK. .McKinney, Tcvan. I V Y • • V = ♦> I Y Y T t ? t Y ❖ f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y £' NKVKIt TAMii:i> OF MO.NKY. i Wife IhwMi'f Kiinti Wlii'w to l.«M>k fur llusitand'* i I % /f ROSE COMB $1 Rhode Island Reds ; /'.ffs per Setting a 1 IS Book Ordtn lor Delivery HILL'S Golden Wyandottes Pritt Winnera at McKinney, Texas, 1906-07 I||l, Pen No. 1, IS - S3 tic*. Pan Mo. a, is - t* E. P. GIFFORD, R i Hlu« Kidge,Tx J. W. HILL, R. 1, McKinney, Tex S. C. RHODE ISLAND RE...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 May 1908

* v. ■ 4-< . mm, ' ' ! 'V '?« ^. - THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MAT 7, ltOS. g®P< RCRtf Sjy\ S^pf i ssrr.; Hi p.l*.: •• • v ■ «v ® w'' irllS?: Copyright 1908 The House of Kuppenheimer The Home of Good Clothing It is here that we supply your wants. We de- vote our entire time to studying your wants. If It Is Late We Have it Early Our spring selections are the newest in creation, best in work- manship, snappiest in pattern and by far the largest stock we have ever shown. If you want the best, we have it. If you want the cheapest, don't come here, for we cater to those who want good goods Prices Consistent With Quality. MENS SUITS, $t.50 to $30. YOUNG MENS SUITS $5 to $25.00. BOYS SUITS, $2 to $12.00 Our Line of Underwear for boys is the best in the City x ? Y y x Y ♦ f T ? T ?♦ ' V \ * t t Y ? v Y T Y DICK ALLEN McKINNEY, TEXAS. i m T f ❖ f J t t Y Y t i DEMOCRATIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. SW i/' M:'; •J' For State Senator: J. D. COTTRELL. For District Judge: J. M. PEARSON. T. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 May 1908

* I; mm , ■, '' • " TWENTY-FIFTH VKAK, NO. 15. McKIXXKY, COI.I.IN COl'NTV, TKXAK, Till IISI \V, MAY II, IJMIK. PLANO MAN S ASSAILANT HUNG John Williams, a negro charged with robbing aud attempting to klM J. (1. Warrick of Piano. several weeks ago. was hanged by a mob at Na- ples Wednesday, May <i. about o'clock, after lie bad been remanded to the cdHtodv of the sheriff without ball. The Injured man wan able to be present at the trial and testify, not- withstanding; that bis speech was badly impaired and bis mentality ln- Jtired by reason of the murderous assault. He told of bis having come from his home at Piano in this coun- ty. of arriving at Naples and of ap- plying at the hardwood mills near town, for employment, without suc- cess. Not content with the prospect ot idleness and absence from home, he learned upon Inquiry that employ- ment might be had at one of the va- rious logging camps, at a distance of ilve to eight miles from Naples. The negro Williams was present and prop...

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

THB JBIL,J «r fo V. ft & D W. K. Ditto H. E. Walker. « We want to be your Grocer We have the goods at the right prices. Yours to please. Ditto & Walker East Side Grocers Phone 39, if busy, 127. McKinney, Texas. .The Latest Spring Arrivals. A beautiful line of (lit; very lai est ilesiurns In >lol M S .\NI) FOLDKIIS U is just arrived and they lire flue. You will do well to L,'5j; tee them. We always keep up with the latest styles, Yours •I. lor the best effects in flue photos. GREENWOOD PHOTOGRAPHER I'hunt' tfOU. McKinney, Texas. | Jap and China Mattings AT LOWEST PRICES Jointed China Mattings In colors, red, white, brown, etc ... 10c \ Joint less China Mattings, extra good value SSOc Heavy White China Mattings Stenciled Japanese Mattings, long straw, close weave, large rose and leaf design Japanese cotton warp Mattings in red and white, green and white, blue ami white 25c i R. W. DAVENPORT'S i| FURNITURE STORE, McKINNEY, TEXAS CHAlt'Mi gi'A COl'ICSF. T< Be I'ut on Hcif ...

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