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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 May 1908

5#0 THB WEEKLY DMIOCRAT-GAZBTTE, THUR8DAY, MAY 21, 1908. I C| d HB y •oh t y nloi me; n r l JDQ< 1. For the Children [To succeed these days you j must have plenty of grit, cour- tage, strength. How is it with the children? Are they thin, >ale, delicate? Do not forget Iyer's Sarsaparilla. You mow it makes the blood pure and rich, and builds up the j general health in every way. Ttiaehlldrii) minot pnnlhljr hnv« Rmxi health IIIIU'SH the liov • It irn u pro|..«r r..milium. C'or- I rn'l hiijt foils!iii.ifInn Ity Khun: umall laxutlv« | Uuseaul Ayer'n rill*. All v <K«!lat>le, ui| r-c« tea. Katlo bv 3. C. Ayjr Co., TiOWfll. * «• •o uiunufaoturura of IIAIR VIGOR. /fllUTCUKI!. CHERRY PECTORAL. yers We biTo no leeretal We publlah the formulae of all our mediolnee. I'lH Mill AM. dei es ii nd iun Hub ern Jur Fifth Sunday meeting of the 'hrlstlan Churches of Collin Coun- y at Melissa, May 20-31: •Yhlny Evening. , 8; Devotional 8:30. Convention lay wood. TV service. Sermon W. J. Morni...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 May 1908

1: ..." - iar„ • ii. *jM **« * <*«*•> Great May Cut Price Sale Big Crowds are Attending our first big sale of the 1908 season. 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 so we must make up for lost time during May. Cut LADIES' VEST SPECIAL 100 dozen Ladies- Bleached sieeve-1 prices are in evidence throughout the store to make this I Byst 8I?nd5j;d 011 cioth, seiiteise less Vests—May cut price sale I c | where for 20 cents, our May 4 C* ^ ■ the biggest May business in our history. each OIL CLOTH SPECIAL Is e 15c sale price per yard 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 MAY 16th TO Sat Night Great May Cut Price Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 May 1908

e^iL" TWENTY-FIFTH NO. 17. McKINNBY, COLLIN COUNTY, TKXAH, THIKSDAY, MAY M, IVOH. IMPORTANT ROAD MEET lip. FJ. B. Gilmer of Waco arrived in tl|e city Thursday and to- gether with Mr. M. J. Healy, who Is Instrumental In bringing him here at thl* time, met with a large num- ber of our busluess men and capl talists in the Commercial Cluh rooms at # o'clock to discuss the proposed railroad project from Mc- Kinney to Denton and on west. Mr. Gilmer is represfpttug some St. Louis capitalists who are seeking investments in some railroad propo- sition that can make a good show- , lug, and the proposed line has made , a favorable impression on them. Y . A committee was appointed by the Commercial Club to show Mr. Gil- mer over the terminal property here and go with him over the proposed line to Denton, making careful In- vestigations. which Mr. Gilmer will report to his company, after having a similar conference with Denton cap- italists. The party who will go with Mr. Gilmer over the route w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 May 1908

. Pff m ' J; :: \ THE WEEKLY i / I ARK BONDS TURNED DOWN Much to the regret of the tax- payers and citizens of McKinuey in general Assistant. Attorney General J. T. Sluder Thursday declined to approve an Issue of McKlnney city bonds aggregating $10,000%'Issued to contract a park, on the grounds that the cities Incorporated under the general law have no such authority and so advised Mayor J. L. Doggett of this city, giving tils reasons there- for. The record of the bond Issue was -sent to (he Attorney General aeveral days ago, after an election had been held authorizing the Issue. Judge Sluder searched throughout the records of the Attorney general's department, hut failed to And where the same or a similar question had i een passed on by former Incumb- ents. The Attorney General also Ik of the opinion that there is no authori- ty for granting such power even by special charter from the legislature. In most instances expense funds for such purposes, particularly with reference to rep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 May 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZET TE. THl'RSDAY, M AY 2*. 1 0K. .. ************* j. I t Y f X ? t T ± t ? f T ❖ Fresh Scotch Oats Were 121-2 Cents JVoic 3 for 25 Cents T Barnes & Gerrish I'lioiie* Ml ami McKI.WEY, TEXAS. BIG BILL TAFT APING TEDDY Fayetteville, N. C., May J:'>.—So- licitor N. A. Sinclair returned last night from Savannah, fla., where he went to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Mary McNeill. On the train with Sinclair was Secretary of War William H. Tuft, ' Republican candiate for the Presi- dential nomination, and three attend- ants, two white men and a negro. The Secretary of War and his party boarded the train at Charleston, S. having returned from a trip to Panama, and being then* on their way to Washington. The Secretary ordered four covers laid on his ta- ble for dinner. On account of the considerable bulk of the Secretary, it was found necessary to extend the table, which usually comfortably ac- commodates four people, In order that the party might find seat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 May 1908

Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. W. Perkins, Walter B. Wilson, Publishers and Proprietor*. LMMdale, Associate Editor. Entered aa second-class mail matter. Ta Mtaontwr*—The dale printed oppoalt® war name on the margin of the paper or on the Wrapper Indu-aton the tim* 10 which your aub- m la paid All aubaortptiona eiplre on the the mouth Any aubaoiiber not reoehrlna regularly will pleaae notify oa. We do not aend reoelpu for mon«y paid on ■aboarlptlone, but cixllt name on allp attached pap«r, if crwdlt la uot ahown ou allp lu ten >m date of remlttaow notify thla office. dm Copy One Year 91.00 Comrade Debs Is Btlll working at the steady job of running for presi- dent. It doesn't take a woman long to fall in love with a man who looks as If he were grieving over something. Talking about toleration, Mr. Bry- an says the cartoons of him make him bettor looking than they once did. Now that an Indiana preacher says he notices lasHitud*' In the church ev- eryone knows the kind of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 May 1908

THE WBHKLT DEMOCRAT-GAZSTTB, TWPRSDAY, MAY M. IMS. Suffering Ladies are urged to follow the example of thousands of their sisters and take Cardtti. Cardui is a non- minerak non-intoxicating medicine for women. It is for sick, weak ladies, with sick female organs. CARDUI nlty when* she' had been to attend the funeral uf her sister-in-law, Mr*. Green .Middleton, who died lnjit Wednesday morning. Clifft, May 2i. It Will Help You JSI It is a genuine, curative medicine, that builds up the female system and relieves female pain. Mrs. M. A. St. Clair, of Eskdale, W. Va., writes: "Before taking Cardui, I had given up all hope of getting well. I had suffered for 3 years with my loft side and was confined to my bed, so I took Cardui, and now Cardui lias about cured my female trouble." AT ALL DRUG STORES WILMKTH. W. *M. Massey made a business trip tu Melissa Friday. A! Jeans of Prosper visited friends Bt this place a few days recently. Mrs. Stoic Ham has been seriously 111 tyut Is better at ti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 May 1908

'T'"r " ft . ■ <* 'W:m THE - V{ . .. • -V . v.. our Decorating 90n This year In your own home. We have a complete stock of the new wall papers and deco- rations especially designed for this season. Our assortment is so varied you will have no trou- ble in deciding. We demon- strate all the new treatments. We have in stock plate rail, photo, library and chair rails and all kinds moldings. Noth- ing gained by waiting. Make your selection now and have the satisfaction of getting the new things first . (Mad to show you the new goods and suggest new Ideas in treat- ments, and col«r a*ai *>e« most adapted N your rooms, even if you are not ready to bny. Sole agency 8h$rwln-Wllllams Paints and Varnishes for almost adapted to your rooms, even ] kinds of good painting. R. E. Bristol, CITY DRUG STORE "In Business For Your Health." Fhone 56 McKINNKY, TKXA8. ENAMELS FOR HOME D E C O RATI ON There are a few things that can he employed to better advantage in the decoration of the home and it...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 May 1908

;,A. .v^f. THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MAY 2S. 1 0*. Mn Money DEPOSIT IT when yoa have a surplus with st fit $$$$ sssss TTTTT $$$$ tif ss BORROW IT To Depositors We offer ABSOLUTE SECURITY prompt serviceZ and courteous treatment at all times To Borrowers Wt famish the "needful" at all times based on balances and responsibility 4 How to Bo Gotting Richor all tho Timo, Every Wook, Every, Month, Every Year. THERE 18 ONE SUltEWAV, AND ONLV ONE— That Way to Save. DON'T HIT WHAT YOU DON'T NEED—SAVE THE COST OK EVERY UNNECESSARY THING. THE DOLLAR YOU SAVE AND DEI'OSIT IN THIS RANK IS A LIVE DOLLAR. Live Dollars Count. THEY ARE SILENT PARTNERS AND WILL EARN MONEY FOR YOU. PUT WH AT YOU SAVE IN OUR HA VINOS DEPARTMENT. We Pay 4- Per Cent Interest Collin County National Bank W. R. NEWHOME, Pres. .1. L. WHITE, Cashier. McKinney, Terns. I.so Si t7x I.so V 183' uiii M/V- IWE HAND YOU CHECK NOW 9} nFztmrw WHAT A III'SIN ESS-LIKE SOUND THOSE WORDS HAVE. THEY STAMP A MAN AS A PERSON OK C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 May 1908

Jjfu H All Humors in lupan ulltn wtdefa Um skin. Urn, kidneys and other of without belp. PtuplM, bulla. Mom, low ot appetlt*, that MM teellnt. bilious turn*. AM of ladlgMtton, dull bead, aches and tuanjr other trouble* an dua to tbem. They an removed by Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or In cbooolated Islilrtsfcmm 100 doaea (I. CYCLONE ON WH TK TWO. Considerable Property Destroyed Hut No IjIvw Ijo*i— 8plit-I<og Onig. Special to the Courler-Gaselte. Blue Ridge, Tax.. May 2« - Dr. W. J. McGowan of Pike returned from Weat Texas a few daya ago where he had been seeking a more desirable location. The doctor likes the West very well, but prefers old Collin to any place or earth. Grandma Wilson Is no better at this writing. Grandma Dotson is still on the sick list. Wallace J. James, the popular car- rier and all-around good fellow, and wife visited friends and relatives at Moreland Sunday, the 17th. Grandma Hooper, a saintly old la- dy on route 2, has been very feeble for sever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 June 1908

11PS «>. *m&jMtZaii.: ? ,.. gRW# J*#1 ' $ I 5* JB zxmtxtii- TWBNTY-FIFTtt YEAR, NO. 18. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1908. GEN. S. D. LEE OBEYS SUMMONS Vlckahurg, Mltus.. May 29.—Gen. Stephen D. Lee, Commander in Chief of the Uulted Confederate Veterans, knightly gentleman and chlvairouu soldier, and "beloved by every man. N woman and child of Dixieland, au- swered the last roll call a few sec- ond* before 6 o'clock yesterday morning. His death was painless and he passed peacefully into the Valhalia of the South's Immortals. Dr. J. A. K. Blrchett, his physician, states that the specific cause of his death was cerebral hemorrhage and stroke of apoplexy affecting his left side. This was superinduced by uii over- taxing exhaustion 111 greeting und welcoming here last Friday of four regiments of lowa and Wisconsin ioldlers, which met In reunion. Gen. Lee met for the first time the ikn whom he had fought on the battle-field forty-five years before. He was over...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 June 1908

A X It'* may to g t •'look*" in a shoe What you. waul ia QUA MTV and STVLKaUo. . | Our Una of Show for young men and young [ woman oomUae* both. S2 so f You ar« ooMlally In- vited to o*ll and ei- amino. J. A. Waters v M on' h, Women'* ami Children* Shoes M.KINNKV, TEXAS. L. The Job Wouldn't Look So Hard aaa If you had one of oil'- new easy-running lawn mowers. Practically all you have to do Is to gu^de it. Takes less pushing than any mower you ever had. WE HAVE A Mi SOUTH Of GARDEN HKIJ'S. as well. Come and get an outfit that will make your gar- den bloom IIke a rose, and keep your lawn like velvet. Our garden tools will give you better results with lens labor than any other kind known to man I J. P.sDOWELL, HARDWIRE nd FURNIIURE Plione 4.1. McKinney, Texas. DOGGETT & CLIFTON, ATTORNEYS AT-LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS, McKinney, Texas. We do a general law and real estate business; we render and pay taxes for uon-residents, rent property and collect the rents, and we haudle all the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 June 1908

* TO MAKE SALES Our Entire Store One Big Bargain Lot. Break All Records Sale Starts Sat., June 6th We have had sales In-fore about which we have said a great deal, but never before have tve put on a sale that offered <jiiit«> as many saving opportunities as this. We are frank to admit that we have a lot of goods to dispose of and we are making a heroic effort to do so. We have felt the effects of the recent busi- ness depression. We ask that you read each item carefully. You know the real worth of most of these goods. They are priced with a vunv to make it worth your while to attend this sale. A general reduction has been made all along the line and many just as good values not quoted will be found. The Store That's Leading the Dry Goods Procession in McKinney. Fashion C T U A MMAMR See Our Sheet Free . X . 1 X J- ' A. I. ' 1. V-J INI lJ \ j in r '1 • Premiums Pretty Summer Silks and Beautiful Lawns. 25o quality fine Lawn and dotted Swiss grass Linens, pretty patterns, togethe...

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

■ * ; ' , > '1W1 ■ , ,,k •'".. . f'. , '•: |. ■ TME WBBKLT PBMOCRiff-OACTTTg, THURSDAY, JUNE «, 1>08 #>w ■ ■*> > Democrat-Gazette EVERY THURSDAY. IS IP1" S2J; "lw"v W. Pttrklna, Walter B. Wilson, PabUilMm mad Proprietors. Tini-ilnt-. A«Mirl«t« Editor. ± I red as second-class msil matter. To MbMrllwni-Th« <UU> printed oppoeiu me on the m*r*tn of the paper or on tb ' Indicium the time U> which your nib- >i wri l paid All nubecrtptton* <*xplr on the t of the month Any aubsnrtber not reoelvln* pa par regularly will plMM notify ua W< do not tend receipt* for money paid on lit aame on allp attached to paper, tf credit la not ahown ou allp In tan ui* date of remittance notify tbl« offloe. One Copy One Year fl.OO JEFFERSON DAVIS. Yesterday the anniversary of ihe birth of Jefferson Davis, was ob- served throughout the South with all the honors that should lie paid the memory of one of such high character, lofty patriotism and splen- did statesmanship marking ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 June 1908

13 THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THVR8DAY, Jl'NE 4. 1 08. ■ H *■ r 4 •f I) ■9W Don't Worry If you are sick, don't worry, but begin at once jto make yourself well. To do this, we but repeat the words of thousands of other sufferers from womanly ills, when we say: It Will Help You J tt For 50 years, this wonderful female remedy, has I been benefiting sick womcu. Mrs. Jennie Merrick, of Cambridge City', Ind., says: "I suffered greatly with female trouble, and the doctors did no good They wanted to operate, but T took Cardui, and it jmade rac feel like a new woman. I am still using this wonderful medicine, with increasing relief." AT ALL DRUG STORES FROM CANAL ZONK. Letter From Minx (iriilV Yarhrough (4i Hit Father. County Superintendent W. L. Yar- hrough Is In receipt of a letter from ■s daughter. Miss OraceT who Is teaching at Cristobal. Canal Zone. Panama, l'roin which ihe following is taken: "Cristobal, Canal Zone, Panama. —Dear Papa: It has been some time since I wrote to you, but I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 June 1908

IKD EVERY THURSDAY. Walter t and ] B. Wilson. Proprietor*. , Associate Editor. as ■econd-clasH mull matter. -The data printed opposite itrgtn of the paper or on the be time to which your ub- i the Kit ? ■ > paid. Ail ubecripMon esplrw on the mouth. Any ouhnfrtber not receiving regular I j- will pleeee notify ua. not send receipt* for monry paid on ' taami- on alls attached cmdlt la not ahown on allp In date of remittance notify thla ofDce. OM Copy One Year .. 91.00 General Debility Day In and dajr out there la that feeling of weeknaaa that tnakee a burden of Itealt Food duea not rtrmitbn. Hle-p does not rafreah. It Is hard to do, hard to bear, what ahould be eeay,—vitality la ou the ebb, and the whole system raSera. For thla condition take Hood's Sarsaparllla It vitallces the blood and gives vigor and tone to all the organs and functions. In uaual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known ha Sarsatabs. 100 doses fl. NEWSPAPER TALK. THE ONE WOMAN. There la one woman In the United...

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

THE WEBKLT DBMOCRAT-qAZBTTg, THUR8DAT, JUNE 4, 1 08. K EXCELLENT ENTERTAINMENT The eutertalnment givan by the ■ pupil* of the elocution department of the McKiuney public schools at the opera house Saturday afternoon was attended by a lance audience and proved highly enjoyable and enter- taining. Most of the participants were the younger pupils, but all tak- ing part acquitted themselves with honor and reflected much credit up- on their Instructor, Miss Mamie Dow- ell, whose splendid talent as an elo- K'utloulst and as u teacher of this Important art i becoming more und more and generally recognised by the people of McKiuney and Collin county. Following Is the program that was carried out in such manner as to greatly please the large number pres- ent: "A Little Tiff." Edith Burton, with ideas concern- ing woman's ability—Frances Wil- cox. Nancy, her maid—Maurine Wels- man. Teddy Ronalds, engaged to Edith —Roy Graves. Finnegan, Ronald's farmer—Car- lisle Ditto. Gubbus, Ronald's Harden...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 June 1908

Revisits Rhymer, W«*t- ■tMtcr, Blue llMfv and Other PobU. Wish to the. good Ix rd that we could write one letter in six months and leave the rain out, for we*are tired to death with It. We have not been able to put in one entire week'H work during the past Ave month* on account of the rain, but all the wish- ing and talking that we can do will not affect It one iota. Athur Evans of Verona, Jeff Da- vis of Club Lake and J. W. Parsons near Altoga, have been acting very frood and doing their best to stop the rain, but down It coiues harder and faster all the time, until large fields are turned Into lakes of water. Last week the crops of corn, cotton and onions through the country which we paused were looking fine and the farmers were putting In their licks hard and fast. L. E. Caylor's crop was very fine Indeed, his corn crop was beautiful; the same can be said of W. W. Cato's and others in that community. If the weather would only continue fair there will be a bountiful crop made in C...

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

f THE WMBKLT DBMOCRAT-GAZBTTI5. THURSDAY. JUNK 4, l 0g. < Tl'KhDAY. . Mr*. Josle Laugstoo and brother. V pimer Scrlbner, left today for a vis- it to relativea at Merkel. J. H. Farley of Tioga send* u« bin renewal for The Democrat-Gazette another year. Thanks. i '' Mr*. F. E. Wilcox and little MIm Frances Wilcox left today for Pu- laski. Tenu., to vlBlt relative*. Dr. Davla, A. J. Aycock aud Al- tnu Wilson, all prominent citizens of •rlnceton, are In the city today. Dr. Smith. Dr. Houser and J. W. 3t. Clair, all prominent citizens of )|ue Ridge, are In the city today. Mrs. E. O. Brown and children Jeft today for Copevllle to visit her parents, Rev. and Mr*. G. M. Hall. Mrs. Mary Horn and little son. Master Gerard, came up this eve- ning to vlalt W. H. Horn and fami- ly. W. M. ClarkHton left today for >Reazel, Texas. In response to a mes- ( wage announcing the critical Illness |of his father. MIbs Lottie Payne, who has been a guest at the home of her uncle, Tom W. Perkins, retur...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 June 1908

mpf Tf1 f 'f I High ALLIOVER THE COUNTY BrigM u4 Newsy Lwlm Pram TM DMiHrii-OiMlU'i Carps •! IpMltl C*rrMMn<«*U. ALTIWA. Little Jewell Watkins Ik sick. Prof. J. F. Coffman of McKlnney Luther Mitchell and wife visited at his fathers Sunday. wan in Altoga Saturday. Howe l-ii wtson and wife visited rel- atives at Oak Grove Sunday. Ante Carrol and family visited at Andy Carrol's of Johnson, Sunday. Several from here attended the baptizing ut Princeton Sunday aftor- ttoou. J. E. Braswell of Snow Hill vlslt- •d his daughter, Mrs. Ella Walker, last week. Lee Watkins and niece, Miss Vir- gie McCoy, spent Saturday night ■with relatives at Snow Hill. J. W. McCoy, wife and sister, Mrs. Belle Mantooth, visited at J. B. Ver- million's of Snow Hill Sunday. L. Cameron and daughter, Mrs. Ella Warden of Princeton, were In this community last Monday. Mote Farley and Miss Ivy Lovela- dy drove to the home of W. H. Dunn Sunday afternoon and were united in marriage by Rev. Dunn he- fore a small crowd ...

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