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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 May 1908

ESjM ^ .«n m THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY MAY 14, 1 0S. ' "'*iW mmemmm T /it 1 ! SB- Money DEPOSIT IT when you have a surplus with 9S f$t $$$$ sssss TTTTT $$$$ w It BORROW IT when in need from To Depositors We offer ABSOLUTE SECURITY prompt service |pn</ courteous treatment at all times I To Borrowers We furnish the "needful" at all times based on balances and responsibility WAI-.M'T tiltoYE. Fariuera are rejoicing over th« clear weather and art- working with a good will, Mr . W. M Hrakehill wuh in lhe Bowlhy community one day laut week. MIhh AH«e Cuntrell lias returned home after teaching a very Kuoceaa- tul term of Bchool. We regret very much to see her go. Mr. Jim Cunningham and family ■ if Hheu Mills spent Sunday with H. H. Hryaut and family of tliIm commu- nity. Mr. Walter McClnrkan has return- ed home from Denton after a visit to ltls uncle, W. B. McClurkan of that place. Walnut Grove. May 4. CHICHESTER'S FILLS W /&.—V TIIK IM.tMOMI) lll< I ,M A I.milt at Au...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 May 1908

BVBRY THURSDAY. ""I--1 IT. Perkins, Wakrr B. Wilson, I'ubllxbm and I'roprlt'lorn. fttnincr Lansdate, Associate Editor. Entered as second-elawi mall matter. > subscriber*— The ditf printed opposite me an ihe margin of the paper or oa the r Indicate* the time to which your eub- ipnon la paid All nubw rlptloiii. esplre on the t of the mouth. Any aubaortber not receiving paper regularly will pleaae notify u«. W« do not aend reeHptu for money paid on tabcarlptlonb, but credit ai «* on Blip attached to pap. r. If credit In not hhown on Mlp In left lay* from date of remittance notify thl ofllie. The birds are staging in th« creek bottoms. the water* are glid- ing along laiily, the llsh are biting. and still we can't get off; no one to dig the bait for un. Still there gfe people who will argue that u conn try editor has nothing to do. Than km, aon. Why? The repub- lican row Ih over in McKinney, the plum has fallen, the fatted calf will now he killed, and everything will neon he quiet and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 May 1908

TWK WFJBKLV DKMOCRAT-OAZETTE. THURSDAY, MAY 14. 190*. •P t V I A t 1 To lUltfe Fine Hiiuri Horn*. ; ;\ J. Ed Rhea and Cliff Bmerson huve gon« lu together tp raise full- blood Short Horn Durham* In the future. Ed went to Celiua Fri- day and bouKht all the tine stock of Mrs. W. J. MuncSy, lone eighteen head. .Mr. Muncey, during his life- time, built up quite a reputation as a raiser of flue short hortiH, and Messrs. Rhea and Emerson are to be congratulated on securing his cat- tle. They have Just received a flue full-blood bull from Capt. Jas. F. Rhea's herd at LaWtl, Texas. This fine animal was sired by FearnauKht, grand champion bull of Texas. The late ("apt \V A. Rhea, lather of J. Ed Rhea, made a state-wide reputa- tion for raising flue short horn, and Mfssrfe, Rhea and Emerson will slock the IjIk Rhea farm at Rheas Mill, and commence to raise tine short horns themselves. Tpese young fellows are hustlers, and we can see their success lu advance. tt=iJ DO YOU GET UP WITH A UMB BACK...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 May 1908

n 1 i 10 TAX Mim. Adrian mm to for Tun. Editors Dally Courler-Oasette and Weekly Democrat-Gasette; Numbers of tupayvri have represented to uj« that the Deputy Tax Assessors have told them that If they signed up and iwirnt to the valuation as ffxed by; •aid deputies the Commissioner's Court will lower It If they see fit. and that the next tax will be at least aa low as heretofore on account of a lower rate. If these statements have been made they are unauthor- Isod and very misleading, for the prime object of the framers of the }aw vai to compel the owners of black lands to pay considerably more than they have heretofore done. The new law provides that if the Commissioners' Court permits any valuation to stand on the rolls at leas than the true market value the members of the Court shall be prose- cuted and deprived of ofllce, and, should the County Judge give a casting vote, a record Is to be kept of auch vote evidently for the pur- poae of using it In his prosecution. It also provi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 May 1908

V." '' ft 7'w. ft < t:' ,••■ wS>1 '*sj - -) ; ;* < • 'W ■ ' H =W y ~ mi i ii TH® WBEKLT DEUOCEAT-OAZETTB.. THURSDAY MAT 14. I 0l. i ALL OVR THE COUNTY. IrliM and Nmny LttUri Prom TM DamMrat-Oiutto'i Carps of Special CtrruHMuU KHEAS MILL. I) Mr. Harry Snider and wife visit- ed relatives near Weston Sunday MesdameH Ben Lowl* and Sam Wil- liams visited Relatives in McKinney Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Da>ls and children of Claud visited' h£r daughter, Mrs. Moilie Fletcher at this place last.week. Mr. Deshon and family visited Mr. Bailey Durham and family near Cot- tage Hill Sunday. Several of the young people of this place attended the literary at Cottage Hill Friday night. G. M., D. Williams and son, A. C., transacted business in McKinney Sat- urday. Bud Cunningham and family visit- ed relatlvwa In Prosper Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Snider and daughter, Miss Buiah, of neftr Franklin, visited friends in this community last Mon- day. Alphus Baker and wife of Prosper visited the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 May 1908

y •M'ikjMI Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Perkins, Walter B. Wilson, Publishers Mid IVoprtatow. W, Editors, Sumner I^nsdale. Associate Editor. Entered as second-class mall matter. El"' To aubaortbsra—Th« daU> printed opposite ■ nine on thn margin of the psp*r or on ®* _nper Indicate* thu time to wWh your aub- lniton U paid All nuU. riptton expire on the Ant of the mouth. Any utwi rlher not receiving Um paper regularly will pleaae notify ua. daya <sst e do not aend reoelpta for naouoy paid on rlptlonH, but credit harm* on nliu attached per, If credit la not ahown ou allp In ten >jn date of iwnittam e notify tbU offloe. topap.r day« fro One Copy One Year .. It looks like the seasons* are getting "all mixed up." 91.00 In Texas It certainly does seem a hard mat- ter for Jupiter Pluvius to keep from overdoing the thing. Just to think thai In about a month M(Kinney people will he dodging Interurban ears. Fishing is good. Only wish we had a hook and line, some bait, an...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 May 1908

... . t- ' " • " \ ^ " v' THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. MAY 14. I rt8. 'if 4 Il- ia |i- )>' 1 TREMENDOUS Continued 9 DAYS SALE Continued Some Bargains for the Ladies. New style Collars, worth 2.r>c, ail stacked out at, your choice, I3c Sl.Oo kind blaok Parasols, about 5o kinds to select from. See them, during this sale at each 69c Another big lot will be sold during this saie at each only 45c New style elastic and wash Belts, worth 35c, all out on sale at^ 24c See our pretty new style Belts from 50c up to ll $3.00 1 15c kind pretty folding Fans, too many kinds to try to mention, sale price each Dress Calico 4c yard This Sale Great Cut on Un- derwear. 35c kind Corset Covers, all nicely trimmed, all marked down during this great sale at 23c Big lot ladies' cambric Skirts and Corset Covers, worth up to 75c, all stack- ed out during this great sale at per garment 48c OWING TO THK lt.\l> WKATHKIt WK HA.YK l)K('ll)KI) TO < 0\TiNI K THK <• 111) \' DK1C TO MAKK THIS ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 May 1908

liv'' Mil FOR HOME DECORATION 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 beautiful Ivory like covering. Enamels are now so per- fectly made and so easily applied that any lady will find it pleasant employn.ent 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 them. Smith Bros. | PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS | & McKinney* Texas. ^ For Summer Use we have an especially complete line of seasonable HARDWARE AND UTENSILS. KvCrything from an ice |>1< l< to an Ice cream freezer Ih here and ready for yon. Don't wait until the minute yon need such tiling* to buy them. Come now and net everything you need. To make early buying jiu inducement we have made our prices very much lower than tile quality of our goods ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 May 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. MAY 14. 1908. COMMENCEMENT H-A-T-S Mrs. Marshall and corps of milliners. are now taking orders for commencement hats. We have A Full Line ••••••• of beautiful hats, and will take extra pains with these special orders. But it will be better for you to place your order early as possible, so you can have plenty of ; pier time to get exactly suited. J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Co J. GD. SI IFF, Managei. Me Kinney, Texas MARRIED AT CLARKSYILLE \V. THIttKKMOICTON' < AMI'. foceedings of the Last Meeting— J. W. Throckmorton \Catnp. No. ^09, r. C. V., mot at the office of Ir. \V. Witev ililt? t;ommei( lal jlub rooms being dosed! Sunday 'ternoou ai Hi'1 usual hour. The immander not being present. Com- ide E. \V. Kfrkputrick, on motion, •esided. The adjutant was at lit* >si and kept the minutes. The ex- jrclses were opened with prayer l>\ ir. T. \Y. Wiley. Minutes of pre- vious meeting were read and approv- The following standing commlt- >es were ap...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 May 1908

I ®ip 4 "-' ■ - =■ f- ■ .m: IP"'JC'I , ifcis, ■ ■,) a ft II. Great May •>>i i Price Sale Our first big sale, of the 1908 season opens Saturday morning May 16th. It is our fixed policy to make each season's business show a gain in volume. Owing to the backward conditions April was not up to the standard ~^J^7ks^vkst^pecT^^™| so we must make up for lost time during May. Cut ioo dozen Ladies' Bleached siceve-1 prices are in evidence throughout the store to make this 1 Bft s"nciir,d 011 c|oth. «eu eiw- less Vests—May cut price sale I ^ I where for 20 cents, our May4 ^ ■ the. biggest May business in our history. 'sale price per yard 1 ® each Our mommoth stock always filled with (good strong every day sellers in every department. With the addition of $8,000 worth of newest} and most wanted spring goods just received should make this one of the most successful sales we have ever attempted. The bargains are numerous and the reductions genuine 13 DAYS Great May Cut Price Sale Only 13 D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 May 1908

L ■EP® 'v tUeehlB ' **'. ff • ' "y;v™ TWBNTY-FIKTH YEAR, NO. H . MrKlNXKY, tXlLLIN CH>I'NTV, TEX \H. THIRSDW, MAV 31. tOOM. . ft V DESTRUCTION BY STORMS During si* severe storm Wednesday afternoon a house tin the farm of W. N. Coffey near Chanibliss, twelve miles northeast « f this place, was blown away and completely wreck- ed. Tin' house whb occupied by George Hemphill and family, but fortunately they were away from home at the time, otherwise they would base been killed or seriously Injured. Heavy property loss Ik reported in the vicinity (if Callls, In this county, and J. E. Wall Ik of Callls. in reported to have been seriously hurl. Messrs. O. O. Turner and W. M. King of the Verona community were here today and report that the Firm Baptist church at Verona was blown otf Its blocks during a heavy windstorm in that vicinity yesterday afternoon. Storm In Three States. Portions of Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana swept by wind and rain, and reporting property damage by flood, as we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 May 1908

r ' i a THl'RSDAY, MAT II. f 08 — ELECTED VICE OUR SHOWING OF JAPANESE PRESIDENT and oilier mattings is the most compete In town. If you haven't chosen your summer floor coverlug yet, we advise you to come and do so at once. THK IlKHT OF OUH MATTINGS are limited in quantity and Good Things for the Table.. ft are easy to choose here. No matter how delicate your appetite may be, we have something to tempt it. If you are tiredLof the usual things to eat, just come and see our Staple and Fancy Groceries TIIK SIGHT Wil l- < l VE YOl' I'LENTY OK IDEAS IX GOOD EATING. WHAT TO HAVK ON YOl It TABLE WILL \o LONGER |IK \ WoltltV, WITH HO .MANY TEMPTING THINGS TO CHOOSE FROM, YOK <-AXNOT KAIL TO KIND SOMK'I'HI\<i GOOD EVERY TIME YOU COME HKHK. 1 merson "Who Feeds 'Em" PHONE 57. McKLNNEY, TEXAS. | <9 t Y f ❖ t ! x 1 I ? T t T t JUKH MKKTIMi Of Onllin County I'oiill ly lln-fdcrtt' ANNIK'iMiioil. The regular monthly meeting of the Collin County Poultry Breeders' Association will be hel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 May 1908

m THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-GAZBTTB, THURSDAY. MAY 11, IMS. DEMOCRATIC ANNOUNCEMENTS For State Bmmuw: J. D. COTTRBLL. For District Judge: J. M. PEARSON. T. F. MANGUM. For County Superintendent: C. T. COBB. B. Wt Ml'SE. 0. W. WE8T. For County Tax Assessor: 1. B. REEVES. L. T. OAY. U. K (PETE) CLARDY J. W. McELWAIN. J. K. P. SHRADER. For Tux Collertor: DR. W. T. .MOORE. For District Clerk: vjnck kohp:hts. JEROME BXEED. For Connly Treasurer: W. L. YARBROUOH. BRAWLEY H. OATES. For Justice Peine T. T. WEBB. Precinct 1: For Conimis*ioner Precinct t: J. N. ALEXANDER. W. M. BUROBSS. For Commissioner District No. W. N. OSBuRN. CHARLES L. NICHOLS. E. L. WILLtAMS. BEN L. SHIRLEY. For Constttiile Precinct 1: R. S. (RICE) BROWN. Till HSDAY. Sayles Coffey Jr., of Ardinore, Ok., has arrived lor a visit to relatives In this city and county. Tom Massle of Van Alstyne is shaking liandK with hi;- many friends in (his city this afternoon. O. J. Barlow of this city and (5. O. Cute of A Ho mi left this afterno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 May 1908

MMnM iffPww B. WIlMHI, Amorist* Editor. ; «0cond~cla mail matter. «UU" prlntod oppoalto > margin of the p«p*r or on ttw> • ih« tint* to wlilch your sob - * paid All Mibfwrtptionn «««ptri on the i mouth. Any *ut> < rlbwr not rwwlrln* regularly will pleaae notify u . not aond rucolpO for mouey paid on " >n , but cr«lttunif on allp attached ft, }f credit la not abown cu allp In ton t« of remittance notify tl i otOce. Ofte Copy One l'««r . .. $1.00 A COMING IMHHTRY. i The Acme Creamery Company or Gainesville haw jtiMt shipped 1,000 pound* of butter to Havana. Culm, ■ for which it received a food price, and will at once ship a half ton to New York. The creamery Ih turning out over 8,000 pounds of hutter per week, and the output Ih all sold be- fore it Ih made, and several lame orders are now on (lie to be filled. Many flne'mllch cowh are constantly being bought by fanners in this county, and the Gainesville creamery expects soon to become the blgges^ institution of the kin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 May 1908

' W< mggmmmmmmmm THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MAY «l. 190*. Money I !l:l DEPOSIT IT when you have a surplus with ss ■ fit % ffft $$$$$ fSSS fit ss BORROW IT f To Depositors We offer ABSOLUTE SECURITY prompt service2 and courteous treatment at all times I * To Borrowers We furnish the "needful" at all times based on balances and responsibility ; A How to Bo Getting Richer all the Time, Every Week, Every, Month, Every Yeer. THI'.IIK IS (INK NUlKW.%V, AMI ONLY (INK— That Way, to Save. DON'T III'V WHAT Y(HT DON'T XKKII—S.J VK THE COST OF KYKICY 1' N N K(' KSH A It Y THING, THK IKILLA It YOU KAVK AMI IIKI'OSIT IN THIS HANK IS A MYK DOIXAIt. Live Dollars Count. TIIKY MtK SII.KNT I'AltTNKItS AMI WILL KAHN MdNKY FOIt Vol'. en winr vor savk in oi it savings iikpaiitmknt. We Pay -1 Per Cent Interest - Collin County National Bank W. II. NKWSOMK, l re«. .1. L. WHITK, rnsliler. McKliiii( y, Texas. It V I'LL JUST HAND CHECK NOW" WHA T A HI SINKSS-LIKK SOI NIl THOSK WOltllS HAVK. TIIK...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 May 1908

ftiitf s? .< ■ . .'i r,"-,; - ,,V!" - - : , . rmm V '< V>K ^ i' ■ - •> litirefM-1, -:': '. ' > R" f pbm^RAT^ AMOTTB. THURSDAY SSKSH II. 1101. Democrat-Gazette BVKRV THURSDAY. W. PrrkJu., Walter R. Wilson, Publishers Mid l ropi«etor*. Lmidak1, Associate Editor. Entered as second-class mail mutter. To autworlbers—Th« prlntwd opposite me on the margin of the paper or on the r Indicate# the Un>« to wnioh your ub- in la paid All mibaeriptiona expire on the of the mouth. Any minsorlbar not receiving regularly will pleaae notify ua. We do not aend receipts for mouey paid on SUbcariptlotih, but credit Mine on allp attached to pap*r, if credit I* uot hown on *tlp In ten 4iti From date of remittance notify thin office. Om Copy One Year .. $1.00 v- Collin's peach crop has commenc- ed its appearance 011 our local mar- ket. There is always hope for the man who refuses to yield to discourage- ment. The good roads sentiment is Brow- ing throughout Collin county, and it will have ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 May 1908

• ' , 4 ' . : r.wW # & THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MAY 21. 190*. I 10 Per Cent Discount on all Lace Curtains and Counter- panes HID-SEASON BARGAIN SALE Some ^ Special Prices on Ladies' Fancy Collars, Purses, and Belts. Rugs All *4.50, $1.75 Hnd $5 russ *8.l« All ni«H for #2.4J All 12.50 ruKH for *I.M All $i.i!r rugs for Nile I lot men's folding anil standing ioI- Itii'H, I.V Kriuli1 for 18c tlitw'ii. Silks $ 1 .tin quality yard wide black feta Silk « bolts fancy Dress Silk, worth for ;i bolts Fancy Dress Silk, worth for 5 bolls Stripe Dress Silk worth for .. 14 patterns Foulard Silk worth (spot proof) for lo bolts Knncv Stripe Taffeta Tub Silk worth $ 1 .« < , Tar- 7; r «5c, IMc 7 Tir, .->.- • S 5 c, tt c 96c 7 Or and h;*c Skirts All $12.50 lilark Vollle Skirts 1WI.75 All $1<> black Vollle Skirts 87.15 All $7.50 Panama and Mohair Skirts Wl.iW All $6.50 Panama and Mohair Skirts $4.95 Slippers 40 pair Indies $1.75 Tan Slippers for #1.15 tit! pair Ladles $l.5...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 May 1908

w " 1 : . ,-am ' •I' ' •' £ ' Ml™ % Plan Your Decorating Lsmu li Ik ments, unci color schemes most If you are not ready to buy. Sole Paints uud Varnishes for ul most 1 kinds of good painting. Thin year In your own home. We have a complete stock of the new wall paper# und deco- ra tions especially designed for thlH season. Our assortment 1 so varied you will have no trou- ble In deciding. NVe demon- strate all the new treat menu. We have In stock plate rail, photo, library and chair ritils and all kinds moldings. Noth- ing gained by waiting. Make your selection now and have the satisfaction or getting the new* things llrst . Olad to show you the new goods and suggest uew ideas In treat- adapted to your rooms, even agency Sherwln-wTTTwims adapted to your rooms, even THUR8PA Y, MAY «1. 1 08. Marriage lie R. E. Bristol CITY DRUG STORE "In Business For Your Health.' Fhone 56 McKINNKY, TEXAS. Over 100 Years f J Of Good Paint Making! That Is the experience behind Harrison's "Town and Conn-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 May 1908

—t—4 THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZETTK. THURSDAY. MAY 21. 190*. r~ -an t~ v* * * *~trm rr- NEAR NEVADA II (Special to Dally Courler-Giuette [and Weekly OMoent-OwwItl.) Nevada, Tex., May 550.- On last |Friday evening while two boys, aged 110 and I, respectively, the soils of IC. D. Ewell and a Mi I < rt«*r of La- jvon. were fishing on Hear creek Just lacbcrve ilit- C. C Daugherty picnic [gronnd, a falling limb from a dead tree struck thet*i 011 the knock- ling them in the creek. Fdfiuuatel} |Mrs. Swell vu nearby and drug them mil, and His Jirooks of Lavon pd Ffeeman of this place were suin- l6ned at once, but the Porter boy M noon after they arrived. An op- eration was performed 011 the Ewell |l>o> iii which a portion of hit* skull ran removed. He was reported to |bc resting well this morning but the Ittendlng physicians entertain but little hope of ills recovery. Crops of all kinds are looking well. Prof. C. T. Cobb was here seeing the voters last Wednesday. Newt Duke of Roxston ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 May 1908

•J T" :i, : w - ■ % '■$* ft: Wl'M' mm returned Mrs. J. A. Dorsey has been an the sick li t a few days and la no better. lira. T. H. Stamp* ia reported an convalescent after several daya 111- Alla achool entertainment at Rose- land wan well attended Friday night by Weaton people. Klrby 8tlles, dealer In dry good* and general tnerchandl^, hua pur- chased a new freighting outfit con slating of a wagon, team and har- ness. * Clarence Holding came down Sat- urday oil a visit from Gainesville, returning Monday. Mrs. Flora Chlpman has come from Dayton, N. M.t on a visit to her mother and other relatives. Jack Button employed In the Ce- line bank, has been at his home near ■Weston several days on sick leave. Rev. O. R. Moreland visited rel- atives and friends In Bonham and vicinity last week returning Friday. The year-old blooded colt belong- ing to l)r. J. W. Crosswhite which had lockjaw last week is improving now. John Brewer, R. F. D. carrier from Cellna via Weston is taking a month's le...

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