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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 April 1890

wm tGAIfl EN ERA L DIRECTORY. OHUHOIIKM. Iimiun Ciit'iicii—PrttachiiiK Hiiii- t II. A. M., mill hi 7:;W I'. M. 1 meeting every Wednesday night. Kid. I>. W. rwtci1HTT, I'asor. [kIm.v School every Suiultt) morn- ii o'clock. limkm M ll'lll.., Mil* Annik Tayi.uk. Sun't. Secretary. Fiioihht ki'iacoi'ai—Treadling Hun- II A. M., ami Ht 7:30 I', M., •nil r meeting every Wednesday night. Wev.J.H. 8t*kw>iii>. I'astor par Ciiuhcii.—Preaehlng Hiinduj k. M. ami 7:IW) P. M. Prayer meet- ry Wednesday night. 11. IIatciikh, Pastor, lay Hchool every Sunday morning t. C. i'khhy, Hup't. Secretary. J. Pubmiytkhian.—Preaching every ly at 11 A. M. and 7:3t> I*. M. meeting every Wednesday night Kkv. O.T. Tiiomiwon, Pastor. Jay Hclioo' every Hunday morning , T. F. Momtuomkky, Hup't. Secretary. FA KM KKS ALL1ANCK. I regular meeting* of the F.A. are n tlie Second and Fourth M oil-lay I In each month. _ J. F. Kausdaus, Pres. " J: St T. C. '11MB TABLE. NORTH BOUND. Express. Faat Mall, tea I.eavea. l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 April 1890

GENERAL NEWS. ill IB la: bb P€ le |e lli Li< lit re E lb r H la lai m a'" if OOMKsTll'. Henry M. Mau'oy lia> sailed fur Eug- Itud Moses Hrn'ey the St. lxrnls broker 1* tg.iin tu trouble. Two well defined rati-s of leprosy exist t KuulUb, Imt iCeporlm of a San Domingo uprising are pronounced tiilse. 'the yueht idler capsizes In Toronto bay; no survivors. tieo, K Slstare V Son*, New York, fail foi Sjji.uou. tioorgc W. llitrgadinc, a Harrison vet- win, dlod at Cheiioa. HI. Quay talks of running the New York World for 00, ooo Iil>eI, Kirty-iwo building* were burned lu the village of Theresa, X. Y. Water In the Lake Washington country, Miss., In higher than since 1SM. St. I^ttils tiuil<1 ink permits for the past thirty days itggregiitc* £M,00d,00J. The Qarlinld memorial monument will be dedicate I at Cleveland. May 80th. The A. M Cullum from Rio is quaran- tined at Hulllmorc with yellow fever. Klcliard l'owers was arrested a! Water- l «ry. Conn., charged with wife-benttllg. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 April 1890

S. H. COLE lejor, City Engineer, and Notirj Public. ■:o:- Work In all parts of the count/. t- Midetl to promptly and carefully at unable rate*. "OtllcR with Jenkins & Pearson. M*K IN N E Y, TEX. VOL. 7. THE DEMOCRAT. TSXAS. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 24,1890. —m Go to-— R. M. BOARD For tout Dry Goods. Up handle* the beat good* and call* f«r' the lowest prlct*. Spend you* caat with hint. NO. 12 -Sr^DR. GEO. WILKINS.-S THE DENTIST J. S. Jenkins, ATTORNEY • AT-L A. W, McKlnney, : : Texas. Offlcoo,r«r II. O. Hnrnrton'. drug ntore, North *ut coram public .sjutirr I. 8. MKT/, ML I>. Homffiopaihic Physician and Surgeon McKlNNBY, TEXAS. Chronic dlseses ml dlso ses of wn- mon nnri children a specialty. AlicnlU, day or night t hU ollic.c will bo prompt- ly attended to. Olllce ui> stairs In Sltfl'c building. S. W, Lathum, Who captured tUa first premium on artificial teeth, and rerythiiiK else pertaining to dentistry at the Texas State Fair DallaB Exposition, 1888, has put in mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 April 1890

M 1 J: | e d THE DEMOCRAT KD1TKD AND PUBLISH I D By the Democrat Publishing Company. i iii .. . —i mmocriitiom iutm: Due Your, 91.51) Eight Month*, 1 .OO Hlx Months, 78 I'lirec •• 40 ... I ■ LI.I Our AdvertUnion. One ouluiun 1 yenr $100.(10 Half column 1 year M.UO 1-inch single column ><.00 Local notices, 5 cent* per line fot each Insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our usual rates. All contr icts will be charged for in proportion to the a bote. Address, 1 >► NKHIUT 1'lB. CO., McKinno, Texea. i THURSDAY. APRIL 24, lb9<). Itallrond Uegulntiou. KIHTOltlALS. about bog aiul bom- What iny 1 To protect the weak from tbe strong is called "paternalism." E-\-Goy. Hubbard has an- nounced as a candidate for congress in Kilgore's district. Oh, Libertyl How many crimes are committed in thy name!—Madame Roland. If some of our voters would refuse to turn the grindstone there would be fewer axes to griud. The commune threatens us, but it is the legitimate ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 April 1890

OUNCEMENTS. iicad. Highest of all in Leavening Power.— U, S. Gov't Report, Aug. iy, 1889. I 1 m. IT. luthorl/.rd to announce It. l>. a* u candidate for re-elec- olltoc of npfeaantatlve to bouse of (be (late legislature. aulliorl/oti I" iiniioiini'v tlie iVII.i.lA.MS WAHHKN «s a lor Tux (olti'dor, subject Ion of the democratic part)'. mitliorl/.i'd to tinitounce Ihe 1. T. ANDHK'VS an i> candU (list ire of I lie Peace l'rccliicl fried lo tin' action of the demo- P- uulliorl/.eil to announce the A!. HAM., lie u candidate j of the l'eaoe Precinct No. 1, 1 the action of the democrat lo IONKH Miithorl/.t'K uh to an- Jin uh a candidate for re-elec- 1 ofllee of District Clerk, nub- lie action of the democratic ; ADAMHauthorlr.ee ustoan- .ui as a cundldale for County r, subject to the action of the party. SAL. NEWS, itatcH vlu M. K: «V T. Lccount of Southorii iptiftt Convention. intof the Southern Hap- |tiu^ which convener at >rtli, Tex., May 0,18U0, louri, Karrr.s and Tex- iy will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 April 1890

SOMETHING ABOUT TEA. li Lit I I n b M if, t Iv I b f fit s IT CAME K1R8T KUOM JAVA NOT KKOM CHINA. ANI> Prioei Once Charged for the Drug — Ohinese Export* Falling Off. tlir boy wus will Id .liiiitny Shields, M S|ii-ep licuil liny. llo inatiu sour1 progress aud rode in u f w meet*, hut nr-Miro soon clamored for her ri^iht , nnd young Warlike found tlitil lie wa« much toe IiSanil lienvy to ride any longer without weakening himself by reducing. Ahout thi time the father, who had |«nt by a couple of hundred dollar*, clubhcd his saving* with the , ... . . . earnings of iiifi son, and set oil for the Contrary to the popular Iuiiotmio i, ..i,. ilf . i.,ju-i i . , t? 1 , , i iuie oM omiuoiiore ivitt-on yearling* at Ktdt-tthi'liu. A handsome h'iiiU says the London Smudard, we did not roielve our tlrst supplies of wiiat was then kit \\ u a "chaw,"a-id drunk out of "silver porringer*," from China, but from Java, which, until the Dutch obtained possession of ihe island, was au English settle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 May 1890

Ginu/or, City Englueer, and Notary Public. •' —►SOI"-- Work In nil parts of the ooiinlv, at- tended to promptly unil carefully at reasonable rates. gtv Ollioe will) J-i'kiiic & Pearson. M K1NNKY,TKX. VOL. 7. THE INTCRID AT THC POaTOFFICC, M'ltlNNCV, TIXAB. AS StCOND CLASS HAIL MATTED. MK1NNKV I'KXAS, THl'KSDA Y.MAY I. I Htm. r. m. B< K«r y««r Dry Goods. tin handles the the lowest prieea. Hpend your with him. NO. 13! ■ ~®=i DR. CEO. WILKINS, jb'V jis—«.}■! * THE DENTIST J Who captured lliw flrnt premium on nrlilinial tHHtli, and "ythiitg I'lrfn ji«rianiiiiK to dentistry at. the Texvs Statu Fair ind J);i! 11s Kxposilion, 1888, has put in morn than 1,000 Sets of Teeth 'utin the lirai yearoIIkmmvub opened. 1 will oolitic ue to put ii artificial I'm $6.oo A SHI COLD FILLING Si.oo, I Call ami s« c new tni-th-jd • «retli without plates, that will not pop nor get lot s \ nor injure the remaining teet.li, or make the ■pathsore. See samples "t Continuous Gum Teeth, Gold flutes, (iohl (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 May 1890

till I gill ON >V**I dt the rt tte e wi I Uttr thi t r. c i < a I I THE DEMOCPA.T KIHTKl) AXD ri'BT.lSll..i> 3f the Democrat Publishing Company. riUMCKirrioM Itn One Year, t-Mglit Montlia, Hi x Month* Three •• 1 .OO 70 40 1 Knllroari Regulation. Oil 1* Atl> t'i'liMhitf One column 1 year 1100.00 ilulf column 1 year M.UO l-lncli ttingU' column Lwal in tU'i's* •> oenU i>cr line foi cnoh insertion. OblliurU'* of more titan 10 |i" %uii be ctukrgfil for nt our usual rates. All conir icU will be charged for In proportion to the above. Atl tires*. Democrat I'm. Co., McKInner, Texes. THURSDAY. kvY 1, 1880 EDITOR IA L8. The forbidden is desired by an ill-regulated heart. • Commission or no commis- sion, seems to be the question. I Congress appropriated #150,- 000 to the Mississippi tlood sufferers. Treat the little ones kindly. Bill Arp says, " There is no sound so pitiful as the sighs of sleeping children". What about bettter roadsf When the question is properly put, the De...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 May 1890

N NOUN CEMENTS. |i> are milli<>rlxt*«l to announce It. I>. i.ison u* a oindlditi r<>r rc-eiec- I in thr otttoc of r«-|>r«M<'iiiiitiv« to luHt'l' house of I lit! Mute legislature. l'i' arc authorized to •nnounco iiu- of nn.i.iA.Ms \\aiiih:n um it BldiUc for i'tix Collector, subject Ei' netloii of the democratic parly. are authorized to announce the riofJ.T. ANDIIEWS uh ii fiunll- i for Justice of I lie Pence I'recllict 1, subiecl lo ilie uclloii of tlie demo- te party. nre authorised to miiioiiiice tlie ,,•<>1.1 M. 11A1.L, us ii candidate IiiHtlce of the Peace Precinct No. I, eel to the net Ion of the deinoernllo 1, C'.JONKH authorises uh to mi- ner hiin nn n cniidldute for re-elcc- {10 the oBn of Dlltrlut ( lerk, sub- Mo the action of the democratic to. I . ADAMS authorize* ustoalt- nce him as a caiididale for County fcsurer, subject to the action of the cralic party. iure authorised to announce the ,c of Mt t>l) UEI.EW iih a candl- Ifor sherlll of C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 May 1890

It " TOR ikqiisitioni Thrr h*v<* .lt>ln<-d tnv In I be central hall And an IiiiIuk <1tiip* of wikr fall t u my forehead «u >'!•>•>«■ to the mmiHe wall Drop— *lrop. They were cold at tir t, hut tliay now art warm. And 1 feci a prick Ilk* the vrli k of a thorn, " hicli . omen with tlx full of ,.a<h drop ao warm. l rop drop. A olrole I feci t">£inuinp to form, A circle of tire round eaeli drop .. warm, A clrli' Hint thiol., in the prick of the thorn. Drop drop. The circle l growiiiK Iietwecu my eve#, Karh drop thai fall* Increaiie. it* *lxo, Ami a flam.' of iln upward lliea, At each Drop drop, It's (frowinc larger. m\ Ood! the pain Of thin awful, damnable, circular llinir, t lilting II* m a\ n through my throhhluit brain l>rop —drop. It'« erowinjf iaiyer. diluting mv hralu, Before IK circular throbbing Hume, 'fill 1 feel like u iniiwr.r of pain, I rop——drop. Hum. of lire arc falling fa t, i rop drop. On to rnv brain. O o.nl. can thU limtf l rop— drop. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 May 1890

ndl nrr and rk in nil parts of the county, it d ^lo jiromptlY ami care fully at tll«s« with Jenkins A Pesrson mhihney.TKX. W:T '"Tiff ' ' " . ■■ .ltMMfl VOL. 7. ' m Li CNTCNCD AT THE POBTOFFICg, RAT. -Go to- ll. M, BOARD Far roar Dry Goads. He handles tec l-st good* and sells • «li«- lowest p; cM. Spend jrour MM TvltJa JUiau. M'KINNKY, TEXAS, SDAY. MAY 8,1WHI. NO. 14] •*= -DR. CEO. WILKINS,-3>= - THE DENT 1ST, rbo captured the first premium on artificial teeth, and hing else pertaining to dentistry at the Texas State Fair >allas Exposition, 1888, has put in more than ,000 Sets of Teeth in the tirht year ollice was opened. I will continue to put rtiiicial teeth fur $6.oo A SET GOLD FILLING $i.oo, [Call and see new muth-jd teeth without plates, that will not ' nor get loose, nor injur* the remaining teeth, or make tht th sore. See sampled of Continuous Gum Teeth, Gold ps, Gold Crowns and Porcelain Fillings. Emerul Crownt- 0 to match your own teeth. Porcelaiu teeth carved for de ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 May 1890

THE DEMOCRAT jf.| KDITKD AM) rUBUSllKD By the Democrat Publishing Company. i — fUBMKIviION Haiku: Ou« Year, #1 tfiW Klgtit Months, ttix Mouths, riiree Out* A<l> I'rliHliiu; 1«h«om. Kallroail Kcgulatiou. no part of the sum agreed nit- on cunId be recovered buctv when paid, the pariicu would t <* bound by its t<-mn, the cuuit enforce contracts but never make ihetn. li needs [BY HON. Toll HKOWN. NO. 11. One iff the remedie* for e\ i islitig evils which is proposed 1 uocouiiueut upon this phrase of by some of those who oppose a the case to show thai the p'o l oO cutuluit>*i(m '° ropeul the posed reuiedy is impracticable. 'tji maximum rates of freight If the proof could he made, 4o charges ami leave the citizens the amount involved in each __- to his common law remedy to case would be so small i determine the question of the J th« injured party could iu , reasonableness of the charges ; atl'ord to employ counsel and One column 1 year Midi' column 1 year l-inch single colum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 May 1890

■PBS VNOUNCEMENTS. i arc authorized to announce H. D. WON as a oaiiUldiilu for rs-olec- [to the oltloe of representative to [>wer house of the state legislature. jr* are authorized to unnnunce the of >VI I.I.I AM h WAItDKN ltd u ildalt* for Tax Collector, subject i action of the democratic party, aie authorized to announce the lofJ.T. AN1>HK\VH a* a candl- l for Justice of tlie Peace Precinct 1, suoicct to the action of the demo- • party. •re aiithorl/.ci! to unnounce the lofJ. M. It A1.1., as a candidate ustlec of the Peace I'rcclnot No. 1, Di to the action of (he democratic , C. JON* 8 nulhorlxts ns to an- ce hi in ii h a candidate for re-elec- i the ollice of District Clerk, sub- to the action of the democratic >. 1). ADAMS authorises usloan- i him as a candidate for County surer subject to the uctlon of the rntlc party. tare authorized to announce the of MOOD UKI.KW an a candl- _ • sherltlof Collin county, rublect i action ol tin democratic party. iCAL NEWS. icoil Ka...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 May 1890

I INC. IMAXT. I ' 1 MR £ ' ' - ft' I ■ Si * fcell'. '• *®sL I Imp I'm l.-.dwd a auffirlnn Infant, Lor.11 lion I ili'U-M tlii'w frill* Aud lUi'w curl* tun! pretty pantlrt Copied fruui thi' *h<>wui*n'* bill*. Don't 1 «l«h Hint 1 were l>lpjr« r. Wouldn't 1 rlw up and km car At that allly-looklng make-up, W UU tltv iuiit; unit tlutty hair. My I l\l like to p> In MYlmmliii:, Play at leap-fr«|; or liuai1 bull; ltul m\ I'lutbi-a ure fur loo pretty — Ni>, It wouldn't ilo ut all. Life (jrow ilark and dull and dreary; Not an li ur can I enjoy. llow I'd like to kiek the Mulling Out of Utile Kaontlero) ' — WuklilliKloll Capital. M>lii ptlpel' So I)cr /Idvai(tage. in > \ IS AII I'ITT '•If any relative.* of ihe late .Tunica llaiitlfurtl. sometime curate ut' Whl- ttlllll, l «* htill livillji. 11 IP) IlltlV lll'lll' of something to their advantage by up- ph in^r to Minmj, I loii \ Soi itors, King street." Buitiiirn lteod mm ilnwn tin1 with u littIc jerk. "1 wonder if liuii menu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 May 1890

S. H. COLE evor, City Englu«er, and Notary Public. -—to:— Work In all parts of the county, at- mlcil to promptly mill emufully at isouabto rates. , gurOlllie with JeuJuns A Pearson. M K INNfcY.TEX. 1TJK R. M. BOARD For ?mur Dry Goods. II« bandlM the boat gooda and aotta % U« lowest prices. Huend I oar mm with hint. VOL. 7. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 15 Mm, DR. CEO- WILKINS,~3F*- J. 8. Jenkins, ATTORNEY-AT-L AW, McKinney, : : Texue. OOloo over tl. ('. Herndoo'a drug store, North «Ml oornnr public Miuaro THE DENTIST, Who oaptured the first premium on urtilicial teeth, and rerytliing else pertaining to dentistry at the Texas State Fair nd Dallas Exposition, 1888, has put in more than 1,000 Sets of Teeth 'ut in the tirat year office was opened. I will continue to put " artiJicial teeth for $6.00 A SET GOLD FILLING $i.oo. Call and see new method teeth without plates, that will not jlrop nor net loos**, nor injure the remaining teeth, or make the Doutlisom. See samples of Continuous G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 May 1890

ci I'Mill ar regi |N(!TO lis ev« !*d ( iu tk the rmilt the |U1B W Mr. cout |r, tl obs [11a't ra To Is in an Iress las ireac Id le ige ttem mat hoi lis sim lonsi irite is. ipot Of « |uinf pel bee loro Wi |e, c< it to Irnoi in lly n ratf in Mi su- Jul Ite 1 llril ion ind lif pica Hi ler-i llov )0l 1 lone k vit ill hot k gi cc ite |e snt led ■a iu I 1 THE DEMOCRAT KD1TKD AND PUBLISHED By the Democrat Publishing Company. SUBHCRiri iOM )Urw: One Year, .W) Ktylit MoiitlUi I.OO HIk Month*, 7ff l'hr«« " *0 Out* A«1 ImIiiic Hnto . One column 1 year $100.00 ii alf column 1 year 55.00 1-lncli single column s.uu l.ocul lutices. ccnta per line foi each Insertion. Obltuarlea ol more than 10 linen * ill be charged for al our usual rates. AU oontr icU will be charged for In proportion to the abo\e. AdrircM, Dkmockat 1*i b. Co., MeKlnnev, Texes. THURSDAY, MAY ir>, 169o EDITORIALS. Hogg. ll< gi? and hominy. Scotch the juggernaut. Hogg and a just railroad traffic. Give the bion. people a com ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 May 1890

tm ■ -*>-« wW ■ppwf this will interest All who wish to save a few dollars on their SPRING and SUMMER iODS. Please read this ; take it home with you and give it to your wife, mother, sister or neighbor. Prices given here are marked in pi«^Ti figures on the goods, and can be found any day in the week, except Sunday, at the I I Mississippi Store. I Dress GoOds. imer silk qu silk, Isome Moire silk, red lawn, r print, style challies | shirting prints, le lawn (extra quality) I-buried muslin and stripe piaue tilan plai'l white goods, (very bandtoiue) : wool nun's veiling [ wool debege line satins rted Hutinp • d giughnms !)o!h silk twist >o1h silk thread, jols Clark's cotton 3 1 Pkr Yakd. - 25o 25 to Hftc SOo -ii to 0 l-4o 4 to Bo 8 l-3o 5o 5c 5c 5o 10c lOo 10c 8 1-8 to 15c 25 5c 25c 25c I I f 5 Boots and Shoes. 1 1 , calf boot Itock plow shoes t plow shoes i dress shoes ir $1 50 and $2 00 shoes ■ shoes 1 to 4, per pair reu's slippers, all sizes, per pair, V opera slippers, i Newpor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 May 1890

d i'j m\ LADY n.wijra. •hp twf11 «li« k> \* with tlUraiit ilnp i , \ttd dlliV' 1 -tlam along; ^lili In my mtmt Um Mui i>' luu m. sWf*kt : * till unlittrr« t| Ming Tin'ii cliiiii^iil it to :tn It*) \h nllng; Cold n* llio | '.!>« i wii* tin loin* That cftin- upon in\ spirit Mottling, l"litII 1 frit 1 \Y$ |oim (tltflC iiori it •,}. No low tillil trii<tar, Thtobhii' u it It |mv< till' tuilikt*' nitfhcti, My nrm afmiml In r wuM m> *lom)er UltooitMiiouth lu^an to ulhlt'. 4'Ml wint tin Mruiti *lU! mon- lM'£uiliit£, A Uitt> of lho -oKh ii agr; lllht then Iht IliHil till lifted, ^lllilill|f• And tuiitl! "U ill vou jituiM' torn the A Spiritualist Seance. til he could commtitul lilinsclf lie *©- luaiiit'ti at n trailing pusi on tin1 rivtv. Then he left the tow ii and sought the headwaters f a trlbiitui-y of the liio Gnui<le. where lie cliosc tin- |ma- tloii of his ranch anil begin) the busi- ness of ealtli' r:ti iiiju. "She is there in the innvcwii'il, ami I will lei he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 May 1890

ia ailk, BOo DEMOCRAT M( KINNEY, TEXAS, MAY 15, 1890. Mr John Melton was in ihe city Saturday last. Mr. W. D. Chapman was in the city Saturday. Mr. II M. U"! inn of Kami ersville wis in McKinney lint | Saturday. Mr. John . Bowen was in : the city last Sat ur lay attend 11114 the C (' D K. C J. B Jett, the unn donhta lbl>'. <11 livened the spirits of his riends of McKmney last Sat- brday bv liis Hill \ rpc pre-- llic Mr. <"'n. Wilson, whu lives hist of the city, while 1 i<ii 1 jr jear Burris' gin, was thrown ken a hoi.-c and had his wrist Ipl'aitM I The Baptist Sunday School fcp''i 1 e 1 a 1 ' liar 1' e" l i t ■1 nd iy to mafee arrangements ^r a 1.:< <> time fur the childn n, fame time next week, out in the j>< uiitj \ . That committee wi'l '■port iK'Xt Sand a v. K J.*r D VV. Pritchett preach jti an interesting sermon Snn- Biy mr.nilbg. iiis text waa. Mn your patience pos-.-ss \. Ion -..1 and his t'li-ni" |ii •!! , 111 rol." I w.i-. a tl ' 11' M' |]iiist Su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 May 1890

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