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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 June 1908

Money DEPOSIT IT when you have a surplus with M $$$$ tetet fffff $$$$ tit ss BORROW IT IK. To Depositors We offer ABSOLUTE SECURITY prompt service I and courteous treatment at all times I To Borrowers We furnish the "needful" at all times based on balances and responsibility he >1<1 * I'- ll) lis >le In r nil L. >11- BO ISt ler mt M. In Ife >nt )a- re- ite he •n- ite in, so YOU HAVE AN AMBITION to kii in IuisIiii'h* for yourself some day. Vim will nei-d rti|illal, unit the successful iiuiii of tin* future is the young man who now kei'|ii a Rank account in The Continental Bank and Trust Company Ih- ready for your opiMirlniilty. (>p«' a ilank Account today. Nothing is accomplished by delay. JAMES W. FIELD, G. M. ALSl'P, % President CaxltiiT. .MrKinni'y, Ti-mw. nc in, to rt- nd •fc- 1111 en l«R nil Ir. ng in- he he ng •y. lar/ he \v- in- tut ire in- at :>x- 10- Ity lie Oc l« ftp § 100 2c 40 $4 8o 75 .fic 12 12 1? Oa Oo A Home Savings Prevents many a nickel from lie...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 June 1908

W'S4''*M' if.- 4, t SS. p i . ?/ ■. SS '« - - ..Flowering: June.. Flowering June, When brooks send up a cheerful tune, And groves a joyful sound. William Cullen Bryant. June will be a two-fold flowering month for every thoughtful housekeeper, who wisely begins to do her June grocery shopping with us. OUR PECULIARITY Every one has his peculiarity, our peculiarity is to conduct as nearly a perfect and satisfactory grocery business as it is possible to conduct. How well are we succeeding, the trading public must say. Come, see and realize for yourself. Wont You Try Us During June? SATURDAY. MIm Maud* Smith Waco to visit friends. hu gone to Barnes Groceries & Gerrish and Produce NcKinney, Texas. ♦f> Phones 94 and 525 ❖ V t f y T ? f T T T ? y t y have them styles and Are You Narried? A man never knows until about six months after the wedding just how many of his wife's relations he mar- ried. You know at once just what you get when you wed yourself to :i pair of Suttle's men's ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 June 1908

wl~vrm 1 f * UfeM •' TWENTY-FIPTH YEAR, NO. IV. toeeWn McKINNEY, COLLIX COUNTY, TEXAS, THI IWK.U, JINK II. iwm. graves strewn with flowers Beautiful and impressive exercis- es were held by Magnolia Camp. No. 481, Woodmen of the World, at Pe- can Orove cemetery Sunday after- noon In memory of the deceased Sovereigns sleeping In this quiet oity of the dead, whose graves were decorated with lovely (lowers. The Woodmen met at their hall at 2:30 o'clock, where the line of march was formed with Wallace Stiff as marshal of the day, and the march was made to the cemetery under the escort of tfae degree team, Sovereign Marshall Padgltt capiaiu, aud Escort Dluk Meador banner bearer. On arriving at the entrance to the cemetery the Woodmen were met by the ladles of the Woodmen Circle who fell in the line of march, which proceeded to the grave of the late Judge P. B. Muse where the exercises in memo- ry of ail the deceased Sovereigns were held, the exercises being under the direction of Sovereig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 June 1908

I 1 f'*'f ' '• ' 'H ' H j, ' TUB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZBTTE. THUi * t it Jf- "'Is mmmm * No Consideration Given to Former Sales. PRICES will do Wonders. Read Carefully. < Positively the BIGGEST SALE Ever Held in NcKinney, Texas. 25 Sales People, Cash Boys, Cash Girls and Bundle Wrmnnrc Tiran+Afl* Apply to manager of Sale Thursday morning at y o'clock at front if loppCia WallltU, door of store. 3§r* Opens Thursday Good 10c Lawn at A. VHtfN, Good line pf Standard print at V5 i Fancy Silk Parasols, $2.50 grade & ■U. R Gigantic Smash oil Entire Clothing stock. Ladies Fast black hose, pair Towels, Turkish Hon ey Comb, 20c quality FiOc and 7f c Corsets for 25c $2.00 men's lints go $1 25 Choice 25c Dress Goods 19c $3.00 Stetson Hats for $198 Men's 12.50 and $2.00 Shoes $168 No Postponement. iSale Opens, Promptly, Rain or Shine Thursday JUNE the 11th spj ing public, and we command every man, "woman and child in the country to take advantage of ttfi the thought thoroughly in your mind th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 June 1908

ecord in 10 Years People Coming 0mil panic cur jr n farti U o [is ii tlsin [Sor^ lorec r l>: | | 9 O'clock Sharp*=^8S Entire $60,000.00 Stock in the Hands of R. R CALLAIIAN & COMPANY For this Grand Money Raising Sensation kry omptly at q O'clock Thursday Morning JUNE ii, we will swing Grand Unloading Sale. The Entire Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, will be thrown upon the public. We positively guarantee to sell ex- advertise. Every price quoted is absolutely Bona Fide, and every :orrect. Ample preparations are made, plenty of rest room arrang- es peoplejemployed and fast; and furious selling will prevail. «>,000 Stock of Cheeves Bros. & Co. has been placed in the hands of i R. E. CALLAHAN & CO., of New York City "World's Record-Breaking Bargain Givers'* ' **f,Y RAISE $20,090 IN CASH IN TWENT1T DAYS WITHOUT POSSIBLE FAILURE. OPENS AT M'KINNEY, TEXAS JUNE II The World's Record Breaker % con wtl lorna and Ion i radei It in] kur. 10, HI 0 60 70 If 1.5< |$3.1 70 1 o 10...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 June 1908

9 I THE WHEKI.Y DEMO^'HAT-GAZBTTE. THt'RSHA V. .71'XK 11. 10<>H Ladies when you want reliable goods in V *■ t Quality, Style or Price come to the big store where assortment and variety are unequalled in the town or county. Honesty Is Best Policy is our motto. You can absolutely rely on our repre- sentations, too. We wont misrepresent to you. Qual- ity considered Our Prices Arc Lowest. The small- est possible margin of profit is our rule. Don't trade elsewhere, come to the old reliable. Stock is best selected, newest, is latest in style and fashion ideas. J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Co. ./. aD. STIFF, Manager. 9 McKinney, Texas SUCCUMBS TO TYPHOID FEVER After a two weeks' illness .Vitas Mary Frances Bl'own. the el^hteen- year-olti daughter of Kev. anil Mm. F. M. Brown, residing on Xorth Bradley street, died Tuesday of ty- phoid fever. Thin family has Ween sorely stricken with tvphold fever for six weeks or more. First their married son, Jim Brown and wife, were taken, followed by Kev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 June 1908

Lr XK-:U ■HRHMMPHI g: ' 1 MMi mm 1'«'V*:' M ' Mv; 3f| • P 5BTTB. THURSDAY, JUNB 11, 1908. W;;r: * \y,"rW%' m III* ' GREAT v if smammtm -dW H& n m Begins at This Store Saturday Morning June 13th, Lasting 13 Days. We invite a comparison, not of hot air, but of prices quoted. We propose to ^o by the Missouri rule of showing the buying public that no store in Collin County will even attempt to sell new, seasonable goods as cheap as Knight's Cash Store. More New Goods and Lower Prices. Calico 4c 1000 yards pretty "■<• Calico. Our Challenge Sale price, 10 yards for Embroidery .*c 2000 yards pretty 5c Kmbroidery on >ale at 3c Ladies' Vests. 100 dozen Ladies' bleached .sleeve- lens Vests, on sale at 3c 7 l-2e Percale 5c 80" yards pretty 7 1 2c Percale, on *ale at, per yard 5c Brown Domestic The kind others ask 8c for, on Hale at per yard 4 1 2c 36-iu. Bleached Domestic 4 1«2c Yard wide bleached Domestic, oth- ers ask tic fur, on sale at, per yard 41 2c Toweling Crash 300 yards ble...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 June 1908

^RAT-OASETTE. THURSDAY. JUNE It, t 0«. ALLEN \n\WKH. (J M i rf v ' ** •" BT MJpnm It you are sick, don't Worry, But begin at once [to make yourself well To do this, we but repeat the wordfl of thousands of other sufferers from womanly ills, when we say: TAKE CARDUI It Wffl rielp You Jfl For 50 years, this wonderful female remedy, has ;o.jj benefiting sick women. Mrs. Jennie Merrick, >f Cambridge Citv, Ind., says: "I suffered greatly iwith female trouble, and the doctors did no good. [They wanted to operate, but I took Cardui, and it (made me feel like a new woman. I am still using lis wonderful medicine, with increasing relief." AT ALL DRUG STORES TEXAS FARMERS' (X)N(IHHSS. • ___ Eleventh Annual M*'i>|Iiik July K, 9 Hiul 10, ItMIM. This annual essemblage of work- ers has for Its purpose the advance- ment of :iII useful Interests social. Intellectual and material. Occasion- ally a few self-seekers Intrude upon the time of the congress, as they do upon all other meetings. The gr...

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

<, f v,' * $•• ' l':' ■ ' w&mKSUUKm kJLJL ftwWMlliM meats, if you Paints This year iu your own home We have a complete «stock oL the new wail papers and dei o* rations especially dwIfQ^d for thin season. (tar assortment in bo varied you will hate no trou- ble In de< idlng. We demon- strate all the new treatments. We have in stock plate rail, t:holo, library and chair rails and all kind* molding. Noth- ing gained by waiting. Maky yodr selection now and have the satisfaction of getting new things first . tilad ■how you the new goods and suggest new Ideas In treat- |- and col//r bvxRH<u most adapted to your rooms, even are not ready to buy. Hob* agency Sherwin-Williams and Varnishes for al ] kinds of good painting. R. E. Bristol. CITY DRUG STORE "In Business For Yoar Health." McKINNEY, TEXAS. Phone 56 ENAMELS ' . * ■ 41 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 ename...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 June 1908

TX. - ir- V THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZBTTE. TMtlRflDAY. JVSB 11. ! (>«. J . .... . mmmmfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnm I ; DEPARTMENT CAIUM <>K VARIOUS! PHOFES-11 NIO.N'H I.ROI'PED FOR %'OIR ' CONVENIENCE. ^ PERUSAL OF PUBLIC! Itivii«<I to Column* In Wliit-ti Art*! XttiliVM of Dm'liirs Dentists, Liinjcr*, Notaries Kit*. T. II. Bryant, Dentist, Foote House. Phone 2u.'L McKinney. ROSE COMB Rhode Island Reds I.tin* P*r Si tting oi IS SJf.OO Honk Ordttt for DtUoery March lit E. P. GIFFORD, H 1 Blue Rid^/l'* Dr. J. I". X. Smith, Dentist, Up- stairs over Abbott's Book Store, Mc- Kinney, Texas. Drs. Penrose and Wynne, Osteo- paths, Mallow building, southwest corner square. Phone 162. Dr. E. I,. Hui-ioii, Specialist, eye ear, nose and throat, McKinney, Tex Foote House. 1>H. W. II. POPE, Veterinary Siir- goon; at Coffey's Livery Stable. Of- fice phone 715; residence phone 195, McKinney, Texas. I!. A. AlM-riinthy, Lawyer. Col- lin County Abstract Co., land titles abstracted and p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 June 1908

o'm." ? w* i <k i . i os.— We | L ml old Collin o'clock train May IS; In Kansas City 18:06 a. m. t w« were leaving the mud behind but oh what a j ! We taw milhing but wa-1 and mud alt the way to Kaunas The crops looked better In Collin than any we saw ou tbe road after we left home. We took the Chicago and Great Wen tern to Min- neapolis. We only saw two fields of corn up after we left Kansas City. We stopped at the Soldiers' Home out of St. Joseph. Mo. It was one of the finest homes we ever saw; stands on a high hill and can be seen for miles. The only place we have seen that, we would like to live in Is Des Moines. Ia. It Is a tine looking country. Minneapolis is a fine, large city. We didn't see much of it. only stayed. 15 minutes and had one and a half miles to go from the Great Western depot to the Little Soo de- pot. Took the 800 Ste. Marie to Buffalo, forty miles northwest of Minneapolis. We are stopping on the shores of Lake . Palaska which Is three miles long and one mil...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 June 1908

.lite' I /•Wg.-Ste- I Jj THR WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JUNE 11. 190*. JUNE RECORD BREAKER n HITTER THE FARMER'S MOTTO In Onions there is Strength and Money, T oo. SALE ! THE MERCHANT'S MOTTO In Hot Air Sales they Loose Their Strength and Make Big Money, Too. $5000 Worth New Goods: Just opened in the last few days together with our l ig stock makes this one of the greatest trading stores in McKinney. We can afford to sell goods much cheaper than our competitors, (•orapare our prices and don't buy one siugle item until you visit our store. Now don't gci excited. Remember it 's not w hat you want that's going to do you good, it's what you get. Every thing that glissens is not gold. Your money back on any unsatisfactory purchase. The Fair. DON'T GET EXCITED Compare our Prites with the Hot Air Wagon and Show 'Em the White of Your Eye- Pretty Summer Silks and Beautiful Lawns. 25o quality fine Lavn and dotted Swiss grass Linens, pretty patterns, together with a big lot Batiste, wi...

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

„ , __ JKvwTO*v i y , < ' < . .... Vv";..' ' •, " ISB' HRRHfM^ppnK 1' lip '' "• : "■ . "'". j*!'' .. :S? 't ^ aMHfcfe* nHwrprTiiWi I mm Jtt-iiiL-iJU ■-—Ji^m— r-,- *.*■ • <riteX ' ' ' l . : ?-:• I' ~*m THE WOTKLY DEMOCRAT-OA5ST5TT0, THTUR8DAY. JUICE 11. HM>*. Have Your Concrete Work Done by the FRANK L. WOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY the man who started the "ball rolling" in McKinney and has built most of them—fully nine-tenths of the new concrete sidewalks put down since he came here a year ago. % HEFERENt'ES To these partle*. whom we have built for- John 8. Heard. Dr. J. A. Caldwell. J. T. Couch, J. C .Khea. S. O. Bcott, Geo. W. Fox. H. L. Davis, W. C. Robinson, Geo. L. McKinney, Odd Fellows Lodge, Mrs. Hurl Stiff. The Misses Berry, Dr. J. W. Largent, O. M. Ainu p. Mr. Martin. Price Stiff. Mrs. T. H. Bmeraou, Mrs. Oil Stiff. Sain J. Mussle, Dick Massle, Mayor J. L. Doggett. R. K. Bristol. Judge F. K. Wilcox, C. W. Smith. First Baptist Church (Ladles Aid Society). T. J. Cloyd...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 June 1908

r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. il 1 Perkia*. Walter 11. \VU*on, Publishers and Proprietors. Lanadale, A«tMX'iate Editor. Entered as second-class mail matter. To Mitwcrttem- The dw« printed oppoelie ur u m«* on the ftiwgl . of the paper or on the r lndn>t i«<i. the time to which jolt «ub- on to paid All «uhe<;rlptionir%i|>ir«* on the of the mouth. Any nutwrrlber not reoelvln* paper regularly will please opllfy is We do not a end reoeipta for uoury paid on MbnaripUonit, but civdit aanip on allp attached to pap r, If credit la uot ahown ou Klip In tan Osys iPom date of rumlttonoe notify thU oOoe. Um Copy One Year •1.00 55S— > I Scrofula' Few are entirely free from H. It may, develop so slowly an t« cause little if any dfcturbauc** during the whole period of childhood. II may then pr< duce dyspepsia, ca- tarrh, and marked tendency wj con- sumption, befof* cunning eruption#, Mores or swellings. To get entirely rid of it take the great blood-ptirMer, Hood's Sarsaparilla In ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 June 1908

% ■ ' Ukthln TW ENT1FTH YEAR. V). 20. McKINXEY, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, Till RSD\Y, .11 \l is. I inks. STANDARD CROWDS CHEER SECRETS ARE LEE'S MANTLE OPENING OF 1 IS CONVICTED Rochester, N. Y.. Jut. 1:: Guilty us charged in the italictun it, was th« verdict brought in by the tederal court Jury In the Standard Oil Com pany case here at il: « o'clock Inst evening. The jury had boon out since morn- ing. Daniel J. Keefik of Buffalo, who conducted the defense, moved for a new. trial and It was arranged to have Judge Hazel hear argument on the motion July 7. Special At- torney General W. I). Morrison, ihe prosecutor, gave notice that he would move for Judgment and aenteuee on the adjourned date. The oil company was placed on trial June 7 for an alleged violation of the interstate commerce law hi ac- cepting a concession from the filed tariff on shipments of oil from Olean, N. V.. to Rutland and Bellows Kails, Vt. There were forty counts in the indictment, each representing a car of oil. A m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 June 1908

Walter, are ilck list Ihla le Wlnue of 8t. Louis la of her friend, Mr*. Tom Smith and children are in Houston. Jessie Blain came home thin from Port Worth where she been attending school. Miss Mary Jackson returned home this wwk from Denton where she graduated in the State Normul at that place and will teach in the High school at this place next term. Mr. Will W illock and family are Visiting his daughter, Mrs. Joe Rob- ertson, today. Miss McKee received a sad mes- MW last week. calling here to her home In Virginia to the bedside of her sick mother. Harvest in (his section la in full blast. Wheat will be light; some fields will just be left standing on account of the long continued rains | which ha\t> made it impossible to gut In the fields. "Uncle" Hugh Ghearhart Is sick at his home one mile southeast of Cellna, and there is not much hope for his recovery. Celina, June II. Working All the Time. Did It ever occur to you that the principal organ of your body, the Liver, works all ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 June 1908

>'■/ ' \ R \ .rVMl® SSiwli 3?' 'M ►■WW** .- •*•• - •* • Saturday, June 20th to Saturday Night, July 4tb. Not within Ten Years have we made such sweeping reductions on new seasonable goods so early in the sea. go to make this Sale of even greater interest—we know that conditions are backward and money scarce—j mi if I rh<> Thai CALICO 4c SOO yards Calico sells elsewhere at 5c per yard—while the lot lasts, per yard only. 6 1-4 Apron Ginghams 4 1-2 1"> pieces nice Apron Ginghams, others sell at ♦> l-4c, our sale prioe 1 4 c Brown Domestic 20 >0 yards Brown Donientio, Regular 6c value, on ale at 4 c 8 l -3c Ginghams 5c 200 yards nice dress Ginghams 8 l-8o t egular price. On sale at 5c — * f 7 1-2c Percale 6c 2000 yards pretty dress Percale 7 l-2c regular price. Cut price w. s. Best Buyer Rt ;>l;| Dry Goods iiif? w ' "irs," 5c We Make the Price: low."l ev. mini Faultless Fitting' SLIPPERS. We ««re showing 111«* famous ''Dorothy Oodd" Slippers in all the neiv styles, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 June 1908

THURSDAY. JUNE 18. 1 0* ---------- —— — I r'~1 T OUT... EN DAYS Saturday, June 20th to Saturday Niffht, July 4th *• > * ; iany lines of new goods picked up by MR. KNIGHT, who has just returned from market, much under value why we are sacrificing our profits- NIGHT eapest Seller of lexas. iers Must Meet Them Lawns 4 l-2c 1000 yards nice dress Lawn, can't last long at the price. Per yard Crash Toweling 3c 2<>Q yards good bleaehed Crash Toweling at, the yard 3c Standard "C" Canvassing. Others sell this grade at 4 1 2c per yard. Our price per yard only Ladies' Vests 3c 10"i dozen ladies' bleached sleeveless Vests, regular 6 l-4e values, just to make things lively, each 4c 3c 10c PERCALE 7 S00 yards pretty light color Percales— 2 to 10 yard lengths—worth 10c yard, all stacked out on sale at, per yard 7 c >- - fm fi 1. i. ; \ -• / I ' ,n , i . \ I 3 I ; f ■ Special Prices on Men's and Boy's Suits Hoy's $2.00 Knee Suits / SI .50 !. 'A ?" - l V \ « ut li s ss.oo Suits. ' 7/ x ;\...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 June 1908

?**■ - *1 it . TWmWiWR* ©*'■ «w ■■ v . V" 4 ' i T| ft® Keep Your Eyes On The Big Sale! pVERY day is a busy one now and Goods are going fast. Burton L. Hunter stock of Gents Furnishings bought by us at 60 l-2c on the dollar to be consolidated. ^ « WATCH FOR GREATER THINGS YET TO COME- * jft | ; ■HDAcffi-v m" . ■ M CHEEVES BROTHERS & CO. Sale assisted by R. E> Callahan of New York City; W. W. Moore, Sale Manager. T R Inducements to Trade at Our Store In the first place we want your trade. We want a lot more sat- isfied customers. At our store you will find absolutely fresh drugs because we are new. You will get quick, polite attention because we are anxious for more buslne s, and lastly you will find our prices as low and our stock as complete as any one lias a right to expect In any thor- oughly equipped pharmacy. Give us some of your trade this month and perhaps you will become a permanent customer, as many others have. Clower & Woodall North Side Drug Store. IMione -400....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 June 1908

j i essm. L, TOT WEEKLY DEMOCR AT-QAZBT "* ,r\ 1 i Money ; PEPOSIT IT when you have a surplus with ss SiS $$$$ WW $$$$ 9$i ss BORROW IT A To Depositors We offer ABSOLUTE SECURITY * prompt service and courteous treatment at all times I To Borrowers We furnish the "needful" at all times based on balances and responsibility Consult The Officers of This ..Bank.. on any question in- volving money . They are always ready to eouuse! and advise. Continental Bank and Trust Go. Invites yoii to deposit your receipts with it and pay your bills with checks. The advantage of so doing will lie more and more apparent with every transaction whether your affairs he large or small. JAMES W. FIELD. Ci. M. ALSUP, President Cashier. McRinney, Texas. y ItB I- >y n. n ie c- e Is to i I What Will You Do When Offered an Interest in the Firm? I Tell your employer you hnven't the price or draw on your savings account- if you have one? A man is often offered such opportunities, you know, and it is well to he...

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