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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 February 1890

NEWS. ih DIRECTORY. [UBCHKti. Biii'kcu—Preaching Sun- . M., and at 7:30 P. M. u every Wednesday night, j. W. Pwiciikit, Panor. ul every buuday uiorn- h, Mua Ankik Tavi-ok, up't. Beoretary. Bpiuooi'*!/—Preaching Sun- , and at 7:30 P. M.. and r ever; Ftj.B u „,, , ,vv . , ry Wednesday night. . Btaitfoki), Pastor bcii< ii.—Preaching Sunday End 7:30 P. M. Prayer ineet- ednendny night. li.lUicitKH, Pastor. _hool every Sunday morulng ,C. Pkhhy, • Bup't. Secretary. bytkki AN.- Preach I ng e very 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. •tingevery Wednesday night (V. gTT. Tuomi-mom, i'aslot, ohool every Sunday morning F. Mont*U>*IRKV, Sui 't. Secretary. |KMKHH ALLIANCE. ular meetings o( the F. A. are ju SvuoikI md Fourth Mouui) each month. J. F. Uaosi>am(. I*res. [T.C. TIMETABLE. f NOKTU HOUND. Kxprewt. Kast Mall, l.eaves. leaves. 0:40 a. ui. V- ni. rs train - - - 6.(K> a. w. BOliTIl BOUND. Express. Fast Mall, Leaves. I.eavb8. 4.fi'Jp-in. 6.03 a.m. is train . - - 8.(RI p. m. KA8T LINE- DAILY Ive...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 February 1890

p k 1 1 §1 | it P'F it# Mil 8W i, 9 __ S,* 'li \ ,i 4 0) ISGELLANY; Our WaHlilugton Letter. (From our regular CorreapoDdent.) Wasiiijnutom, Jan. 28, 1890. There la *v«ry indication tliat I " government oHion two the heated debates over race troubles iu the South will con- tinue fer the rest of this session to Intermittently occupy the lime of the senate. Neither side seems willing to permit it to die. down by General Sickles. lliillot Reform Speeches. In the room now occupied by i Mr. Blaine,came Payne to make 1 ^ nder the present s^dieiu, his desperate attempt to assas suid he (Senator 1< ussett), "the striate Secretary Seward. W10™"* who < «' rt*ud Deaths have occurred there by UP°® heeler who the dozen. While it was occu-! cun ,vad' lf/°" h,ad ®vl\a voce system the deaf and dumb clerks died at their desks. Of n,en "WW*'* if y°u ll!,d a system of voting by raising hands many an old soldier <°ouid not vote. You can lind A Picture of Death. sultrv summer nights (juiteau sku...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 February 1890

H. COLE City Engtaeflr, aud Notary PuHlc. ail part* of the count y, at- prouiptly mid earefully at rata*. lire with Jenklna & i'eumoii. THE D OC RAT CNTCRKD AT THE POSTOFriCC, M'Ktl ias, «i accoNo class mail mattxr. H. L.DA Attirmj-At-law ut Kotnj «ar attention f lven ^"OOLIiSJOTIO xr& And all otliar bualueaa cnlru*i«d to {J* can. M'KINNKY . . TJSXAS. VII. MoKINNEY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13,1890. NO. 5. "SSfc^-DR. CEO WILKINS, OP |H II. I.. Pearson Dental Surgeon, Oitlce north tilde n<|iwre, over Aron'a atore. Teeth extracted without pain bv the uae of nitron* oxide *■ M. . MKTK, M D. HomoopathiG Physician and Surgeon A Philological Puszle. McKINNKV, TKXAtt. HE DENTIS II'ho captured the first premium on artificial teeth, and |«lti *K else perfuming to dentintry at the Texas Statu Pair ilka Exposition, 1688, has put in more than •00 Sets of Teeth the first year office was opened. I will continue to put Ificial teeth for. ;6.oo A SET GOLD FILLING koo. and see new method...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 February 1890

c 3 l / |p|?| THE DEMOCRAT I a Dallas paper slated that „ j 1,000,000 cigars were received K1UTKI) AND l'l'111,1811 k.1) ^y one Hl'in, &"d t ODe ship- fl( IH« Demoer.t Publishing Company. • """ ' ~ laid in a line they would r*acli suhschution katbb: Oue Your, 1*1,50 Kiylit Noutlii, I .OO HI* Montint, 75 I'liroe " 40 . i i Our Advi'i'UHlnir Raton. Une coluiuu 1 year $100.00 Half column 1 year 56.00 l-lnch single column 8.00 Local notices, 5 cent* ]>er line foi inch insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our usual ratea. All contracts will be charged for in proportion to the abo\o. Address, 1 KMOCIUT Pu . Co. , . McKinner, Texes. THURSDAY,FEB. 13, 1690. EDITORIALS. .. U Haiee sheol. more hoes and less Politeness is the fountain cheerfulness. of Across memory's corridors the daikest shadows fall. One, to be respected, should be rcfpectable. A gieat deal of meat has spoiltd ibis winter, yet we slill btlitve in "bog and hominy." There will be several el...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 February 1890

iCAL NEWS. 1KRAL DIRECTORY. CIRTKCHK8. iah Cmiacn—1'reachln II, A. M., hiiiI at 7 Hun- P. M. eetlng every Wttrineaday night. Kid. IT. W. runoiitrr. t'aaor. .School every Hunday morn- s'clock. i Hakuih, Miss Annik Taylor, Hup't. HAietary. i Knacmrij/— PreaoblngHun- , A. m., and at 7:80j\ m .,and leet ing every Wednesday night. K„v. j. 8. 8takk>ri>. Pa «or ■ CiitiHCii.— 1'reacMng 8'siiday ami 7::« P. M. I'rayermeet- Wedneatlay night. 1). IIatciikh, 1'aiitor. Schoolevery Sunday morning 'T. 0. Pkiihv, Sup't. Hecretary. #Hn'KituN.--l*reiiuhlng every 11 A. M. and 7:iU I'. M. Bating every Wednesday night ,i;v. G.'i. T'lOMf'AON, l'aator. i School every Sunday morning ' K« Muntoo>ikio, , bup't. Secretary. i km Kits ALLIANCE. gular meetings of the F. A. are Jbe Seeond and Fourth Monday [each month. j. Y. It ausimlk, Pre*. — - T.C. TIMETTABLE. NORTH BOUND. Express. Fast Mall. Leaves. 1 .eaves. 8:40 a. ui. 0:ft5 p. m. |w* train • - - 6.05 a. m. SOUTHBOUND. Kxprew. Fast Mall, leaves. le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 February 1890

f. i «J / Of i / Farm NoIm. The successful farmer works twelve months each vear. K'liae vegetables and fruits on the farm and save the doctor bills. The business farmer works six days in the week and rests on the seventh. There is farming and farm- ing, but successful farming is business furming. Thorough plowing of the land will make cultivation easier and crops better. Tomatoes are the earliest vegetable raised, the moat healthful and the easiest can- ned. To succeed in any business a person has to closely attend to that business in all its de- tails. A few fowls on the place with comfortable quarters, will pro- duce all the eggs and fries a family need. Every farmer should raise fruit sufficient for home con- sumption and to lay up for winter use. Great care should be exer- cised in selecting seed corn. A healthy growth depends up- on a sound seed. The farmers of Texas should build out-houses and take "* more care of their stock, and greater prosperity will attend them. Every far...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 February 1890

BE S. II. COLE City Engineer, and Notary Public, -—:o:—• all parts of the county, *t- promptlv *nd carnTiiIly at rates. rice with Jenkins ift l'earson. M'KINNKY.TEX. 1 Ilij DEMOCRAT VII. ,, — . , CNTCRCD AT TMK POSTOrNCC, M'NfN* m . am second class mail mattcn. H. L.DAVII Attornty-ARiw and MPTrompt attention given ••^ooiiX-EJOTioisre^ And All other business cntri'sted to ills care. M'KINNEY - - TEXAS. m WZM MoKINNEY. TEXAS. T] :SDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1890. NO. 4. ffc^DR. GEO WILKIN8,-3F HE DENTIST J captured the first premium on artificial teeth, and ig els*** pertaining to dentistry at the Texas State Fair lus Exposition, 1888, ha put in more than 00 Sets of Teeth |H H. L. Pearson || Dental Surgeon, OHlce north aide square, over Aron'a store. Teeth extracted without pain bv the UBe of nltroua oxide nun. M. . MKTZ, M 1>. Honrsopathic Physician and Surgeon MoKINNEY, TKXAH. Chronic discses ud dlse bur of wo- men andchlldron a specialty. Alloalls, day or night at his ofllce will be prom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 February 1890

-K, 1 < f n an I / r <■ ■■ ■• riE DEMOCRAT fcDlTID AND PUBLISHED it Democrat Publishing Company. I';'"1 ■ 1 "'■- SfBSCRIlTIOK It ATM: Veur *i,«o t Moiillin, l.OO loutliH, 75 «e " 4() (• Advoi'tlMlug llitloM. coin 11111 1 year $100.00 ( column 1 year 55.00 :<li single column 8.00 ochI nctlces, 5 cents j er line foi 1 insertion. Obituaries of more 1110 lines Vi ill be chargetl for at our I rates. II commits will be charged for in portion to the above. ddret*. Dkmochat Pen. CO., McKInney. Texes. HIJRSDAY.FEB. 20, 1690. \ Hi-hilt's fur East CoI'lll. A few weeks ago the Far- mersville Times took occasion to "tackle" John Y. Bowen, commissioner of precinct No.j 2, in regard to bridges for East Collin. This brought out a brief and polite statement from Mr. Bowen. Now we-do not Gentlemen, we are back at the old stand. Come and sub- scribe for the best paper in 'Jolliti county. EDITORIALS. Jin every council let reason prevail. It is only a brainless idiot, that would scoff at labor....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 February 1890

.,i . IAHM. Fiul Mull, littave*. 0:56 p. n>. ft.Q6 ft. ui. K«*l Mall. ft.Kla. ui. p. in. L.1 L ■ Patronize 'he Alliance mill. In, noiTK. KlU'iiV Mill. P|il MtlllllliJ ) til iii. i Aitt>K". Vwnn ■except HuntU.v) | p. ui. |on and l ov\ land at 11 a. ui. and M>n, llook Kill and , suiuIh.v) at 1st ui jrcdajr and Snt- T.ii. up, M. Paul :>iMv«t al 0 i>. ui. Ill JSgT'Call and examine li. M. Board's $25,000 stock of goods. Mr. J. OdeJl has been up pointed pottlmuaiei at Joseph- iue in this county. |3Jf~Euibroideries and laces in almost endless varieties and prices lower thuu lowest at the Mississippi slorti. Give us belter sidewalks aud we will stop our "ranting." giTdee li. M. Board before purchasing your spring goods, lie Mill 11eat you rigbt. k(iivf us a bettw system of seweruge, nd pave our square and pnu<ipal streets with hois dT An , tin jook v<u( fur tbe largest ami n.oHt cii tnp.c te spring slock, ?\ «'f brought to McK-inney, at iue Mif cisnippi store. Build lat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 February 1890

Nweariug. Among charaqtt traits many & * f w ii5>S / s-g-gigy H ' <t jg. S ttC#c' 1« / t I 'I e< ** r 0> a 3) 0 1 a 1 U ?• d lb S( 'J. ,« Wiv'" # '• 1'V" 4 •i ree— Some in state that it Controlling iuliu- lives, and when so their chief object in life seems to be to accumulate wealth, pilo up riches, hoard money, and grasp everything they can get possession of. If not controlled by conscience or the higher faculties this trait often makes men thieves, and then they do not hesitate to ac quire wealth in any manner at tainable,regardless of the rights of others. This abnormal desire appears to increase with in- creased riches, uutil every faculty of the mind is made subservient to this one thought of accumulation. The noble endeavors of the mind are trampled in the dust and buried beneath the rubish. trash and lilth of seltihness, which is the legitimate out- growth of the undue state of this propensity. It transforms man from a worthy being into an unnatural, miserable...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 February 1890

y H. COLE Euglueer, tod Notary Public. —so:— I parts of the county, at- romptlv and carefully at (witli Jenkins & Pearson. I'KLNNEY.TKX. R M. BOARD MoIIm iroodM to <ho |>t«o|)I« au«l wultn ; Buy your dry tfwodM oft'lilm, J DE eoeTorricc, m'kinncv, • VII. MoKINNEY. TEXAS. THURS DR. CEO. WILKIN8.-3 ■tV- I nir ncMUQT i jg| H. L Pearson g Dental Surgeon, Office north side square, over Aron's at ore. Teeth extracted without pain bv the uae of nltroua oxide ifun. 91. H. METK, M D. Homosoppthic Physician and Surgeon McKINNKY, TEX Ail, Chronic dlseaes ml dlae sea of wo- men and children a specially. All calls, day or night at hi a otnee will be prompt- ly attended to. Oltlce ui> atalra In HtllPs building. rtiiofe w« MII \ you ri&rlit. M. BOA HI r> * "1 H. L.D iw Attorney-At-Law and Notary Public. CLASS •fir* Prompt attention given tu COLL BBOXIOasirS^ And all other business entrusted to ilia care. M'KINNEY - - TEXAS. BRUAY 27. 1890. NO. 5. Dr. R H. Chilton, MUCTfCK LIMIT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 February 1890

mW' ■* THE DEMOCRAT Tlw Houtl ( m siion. / 1 KD1TKD AND rUBLlSHXD By the Democrat Publishing Company. subachution katks: One Your. . «1.SO Bight Mouths l.UU Six Months I'hree " 4U Out' Advoi'tiMliig ltnten. One column 1 yenr $100.00 tialf column 1 year 66.00 l-inch single column 8.00 Local notices, 6 cent* per line f'vi each insertion. Obituaries of more tlian 10 lines will be charged for at our usual rates. All contracts will he charged for in proportion to the ul>o\e. Address, Dicmockat Prn. Co., McKlnney, Texes. THURSDAY, MARCH 6,1890 We were just preparing a Ion" arlici'- vn "lile uouuties ol spring,'' ben the late "cold snap," ame along and nipped said article in the bud. EDITORIALS. Labor, wide as the earth, has its summit in heaven.—Carlyle. f Some men want peace provid- ing the other fellow will furnish it. Millions have been sacrificed upon the aliar of heartless am- bition. To defend one's self is called an invasion by some who have no regard for truth. Goldsmith says, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 February 1890

, ,,, T ■/ local news. 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS. GEN ERA L 1)1 RECTORY. CHURCHKtt. IChkimtun CiiUBCH~rr«a<ihln Ay at 11, A. M., and ut 7: < pruyer meet liiR every Wednesday night f Kid. I). W. PMTCiim-r. I'asor. I Hundn> Hiiliool every duutltiy moru- nlg *t U o'clock. PIXMMKH Hahhih, Miss Ankik 1 aylok, Hup't. Beeruury. 8un- P. M >1 BTItOIUHT kliiwlfhr-pfmllbllll sunt lay *t 11 A. M., and Ht 7:80 F. H., and Prayer jteet littf every W edneadav nlgnt. Uev. J. • Htakfohu. Pastor fui'iiai qiiuikh.—Pwachlng Sunday *t 11 A. M. and 7::io P. M. Prayermeet- ing every Wednesday night. H. IUtcukh. Paator. Hundav Boltool every Sunday morning It U:1H>. T.C. Phuhy, Hup't. Secretary. O. H. PRiwHVTKHUM.—l'reanhlng every Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7:HU I. M. Praver meeting every Wedneaday night Kiev. 'l.T. Tuoaraoif, Paator. Sunday Sehuo' every bnuday morning atin >. T. P. aIowtoomi'.hv Hup'i. Secretary. FAUMKHS ALL1ANCK. The reirulra meetings of the F. A. are held on tliu Second and fourth Mon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 February 1890

TH OFJTHE WEEK. KUIeuiicd tor (he lltsad- n the Democrat. By the „ 1 Spriugs, Tex., Feb. J. W. Throckmorton One \ey urrjvt)^ i|, (he city six jm-'1' tra,u to day, ana is I'hre with his life long . E. P. Beoton. Hund- Ourj old friends and aruiy One o liave 'ailed to see ,lttlf«alk over some of the ll"i ne8 °f twenty-live eiich go. The ex governor than splendid health. Last UBU*d to-day have been the / A) prop At f the season. fev m ■ lstyne, Tex., March 1. .loores killed two bogs TTjveighed 1160 pounds. 1 '■ :28th lightning struck chool-house, four miles iere, and burned it up. ed parties are in town a collection and meeting >d success. rai two-story dwelliugs ler construction. population is still in ig. Five gal babies oin Lere last night. weatheT for the past aye has been cold. lo Frozen to Death. suf'wright, Tex., Feb. 28. raining and sleet- "ill day yesterday it J down to a cold, lorther, making last night j ptblest of the sea- t'his morning it is bright and clear. A man was ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 March 1890

y > • m f f mam ft ft ■SB H. COLE P| Englnwr, and Notary Public. [parts of the county, at- roiuptlv' and carefully at stei. rttb Jenkins & Pearson * i KINNKr,TKX. R M. BOARD I tuy your «lry kooiIh < (' film, H« wll/ ( r«i}h? ° ",v- IR. M. BOARD. r 11 BE OC RAT. •T H. L.DAVIS, Attomey-At-Liv and Notary Public. SGTrompt attention given I ••^•OOLLECTXOWS^ And all other business entrusted to his care. CNTCRCD ■* THK POBTOrriCC, M'RINNKV, TSXAC, SICONO CLASS M'KINNEY - - TEXAS. 'Iti DR. CEO WIUKIN8,-a MoKINNEY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FG UiHJAY B7. 1890. H H. L Pearson ^ Dental Surgeon, Office north side square, over Aron's atore. Teeth extrac'ed without pain bv (he uae of nitrous oxide jfai. m. h. mktx, m l>. Homffiopnthic Physician and Surgeon MoKINNBY, TKXA8. Chronic dlsesek nd dlse ses of wo- men and children n specialty. All calla, day orulgbi at his office win be prompt* ly attended to. OtHce ui> stairs In MHTs building. , Dr. R I'JUCTIC* I.IM1TH1I TO raptured the first pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 March 1890

THE DEMOCRAT KD1TEU AKU PUBL1SHXD By the Democrat Publishing Company. suifecrimoh ratm: One Year, 91.SO Bight Months, l.OO HI* Mouths, 70 Three " ♦O '1 be Koatl (jiicNtlon. ! tion on each county on the sub- 'i<i is i 7" . i ject of taxation and roads when 1 he mibect of country roads i,.. ... . . , s ' . .. . ... they want to use it for their Our A civ «.*«• ImIiiut Halo*. One column 1 year $100.00 linir column 1 year 66.00 Ulne.li single column. 8.00 l.octil notices, 6 cents per line foi eacb Insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines Mill be charged for at our usual rates. All contracts will be charged Tor In proportion to the above. Address. Democrat Pvb. Co., McKlnney, Texes. THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1600 . - — . — We were just preparing a long article on "the beauties of spring," when the late "cold snap," came along and nipped said article in the bud. EDITORIALS. Labor, wide as the earth, has its summit in heaven.—Carlyle. Some men want peace provid- ing the other fellow will fu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 March 1890

— la NEWS. ih DIRECTORY. CHL'KCHKH. i Chujksh—PTewslilng Sun- M., and at 1:'M) P. M. Ing every Wednesday night. f>. W. PHiTciiirn . Paiior. tool every Hunday uiorn- ok. Union, Mim Annik Tayu>h, ' np't. Secretary. Preaching Hun- J., and at 7:!K> P, M ., and ug every Wednesday night, r. J. riTiKroKU. Paator dhcii.—Preachlnfe Sunday Bd 7:i« P. M. Prayer meet- ineHday night. H. Hatciikm. 1'astor. boolevery Sunday morning Pkhhv, — Hup't. Secretary. BVTF-HUH.'—Preaching every "li A. M. and 7:30 P. M. jtingevery Wednesday night t. q.'i, Tuomiuon, l'ftator. ihou' every Sunday morning momtuomkhy, Hup't. Secretary. IKRb ALL1ANCK. ' meetings of the P. A. are •oond and Fourth Monday rh month. j. F. Kaunualk. Pre*. p. C. TIME TABLE. iORTll BOUND. Express. Fwit Mall. Leaves. I-caves. 0:40 a. in. 0:56 p.m. rs train - - - 0.00 a. ui. )UT1I BOUND. Express, heaves. 4.6S! p* in. rs train - Fast Mail. l<eave«. 5.63a. m. 8,02 p. in. ANNOUNCEMENTS. \Vc are authorised to announce the name of W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 March 1890

NEWS OFTHE WEEK. Curelulls ii loaned for the Read- er* ol' the Dcmorrat. Sulphur Springs, Tex., Feb. as.—Hon. J. W. Throckmorton of McKinney arrived in the city ou the noon train to-day, and is domiciled with his life long fri nd, Dr. E. P. Becton. Hund- red b of his old friends aud army comrades have called to see hi in and talk over some of the vivid scenes of twenty-live years ago. The ex-governor seems in splendid health. Last night aud to-day have been the coldest of the season. Van Alstyne, Tex., March 1. J. It. Moores killed two hogs which weighed 1165 pounds. On the 28th lightning struck Serene school-house, four miles east of here, and burned it up. Interested parties are in town raising a collection and meeting with good succees. Several two-story dwellings are under construction. The population is still in- creasing. Five gal babies were born here last night. The weather for the past three days has been cold. SDlrangrrFroieu to Death. AYhitewright, Tex., Feb. 26. —After r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 March 1890

' A.'.* fait"! It COLE Bglneer, and Notary Public. .—:o:— irts of the county, at- iptly and ear*'fully at Jenkins & Pearson. INNKY.TKX. VII. B. M. BOABDI *"" Bg"gr-y- IB. M. BOABD. THE DEMOCRAT. CNTIRCD AT TMI fOITOmOl, M V. 10 CI H. L.DAVIS, Attornaj-AMa* and Notary Publie. Mir Prompt attention given I ooiiX.BJCTioasr©-***- And all other bualneaa entrusted to Ida care. MK1NNEY TEXAS. MoKINNEY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MABCII 13, 1890. NO. 7. DR. CEO WILKIN8.-SF [ DENTIST, Captured the first premium ou artificial teeth, and else pertaining to dentistry at the Texas State Fair Exposition, 1888, has put in more than >0 Sets of Teeth first year office was opened. U teeth for* I will continue to put if 00 A SET GOLD FILLING $1.00. |nd see new method teeth without plates, that will not *t loos**, nor injure the remaining teeth, or make the See samples of Continuous Gum Teeth, Gold )ld Crowns and Porcelain Fillings. Enteral Crowns atch your own teeth. Porcelain teeth carved for de- a speci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 March 1890

THE DEMOCRAT y 1 EDITED AND PUBLISHED By the Democrat Publishing Conpany. ashli regul uto> evei d d« in tin- the n in i 11« tile s wi Mr. OQtti t hi bse; J' «' rau! To-d ma any UBS. ast each lett ge it BrB a latoi lold 18 ince tisid ited Li B on Cali ing ens ecai rouj, 'ill) con t wt 0 la oun inut mu te, 1 th lr. . nch re be iliei tali d ife, :ati( lis -nic )\ve( £ to h iblf rivj wi bes lilt am In t lie v a |th i lime Icra pee] luar bmi Wi of a to ird lis lid lr (i *pi lyi >ct hi I" ! Itif SUMCKimoK It atm: One Year, 01,00 Kigtat Month*, l.UO Six MuiiIIih, 7fi Three " 40 Our AiIvoi-HmIiik One column 1 yew $ 100.00 Half column 1 year 66.00 l-inch Dingle coluuin 8.00 Local notices, & cent* per line fci c&cb Insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our usual rates. All oontricts will be charged for In proportion to the above. Address, Dkmociut Pin. Co., McKinney, Texes. THURSDAY, MARCH 13,1890. 1 1 ■ ■ EDITORIALS* Decorate your appetite with "hog...

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