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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 June 1908

It. Aaaoclate Editor. red ah second-class mail matter. aubeorlhera—The dttr printed oppoatte imp on the margin of the paper or on the r Indicates the time to wblth your eub- n la paid AH eub#criptlone expire on th* of the month Any aubecrllwr not receiving paper regularly will ploaae notify ua r# do not a end reoelpta for money paid on Jt-aripilona, but credit aame on all| attached pap r, If credit la nut ahown on llp to ten ~ trom date of iMNBlMancs notify lltln oflW-e. Ob* Copy One Vrar . . $1.00 T It looks like Mln Hill Taft in h walk on first ballot. We are anxious for our new Fed- eral building .iik alow ly but surely coming. Old Jupiter I'luvius should allow the farmers it show to save their splendid alfalfa crop. II fakes 27,000 twenty-dollar gold pieces to make one ton, and congress •pent 1X61 Hitch tons, says die Hous- ton Chronicle. The Collin County Swine Breed- era' are providing breeders nil over the land with the beat thoroughbreds that money cihi buy. McKinney merchan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 June 1908

J!" - HLEDIME, JULY 3-12 KONCINK (X)I NTHY. ('apt. J. T. Illtluinlwiii ami rrliuf\ Travel* llrluii'ii Shower*. "Old 16 Star Attractions Including the Following: B Gov. Bob Taylor, Hungarian Orchestra, Miss Olof Krarer (*^h hlB«h Woman) Kellogg-Haines Singing Party, E. O. Ott, Humorist, Cutter-Mack Co., Etc., Etc. I JASON TICKETS UN SALE NOW-- Only $2.00 for all 16 attractions or 12 1-2 cents per attraction For particulars see JESSE WARDEN, Manager Nickledime, McKinney, Texas. f Jones Academy Spend your money for the best in- struction. Patronize teachers who know and associate with students who learn. Attend school where the students are taught to use what they learn. lones Academy is the best school in Texas for a good student. Music, Elocution, Painting in con- nection. Athletics in season. « WRITE FOR INFORMATION FRANKLIN G. JONES, Pres. McKINNEY, TEXAS W. E. DITTO S. K. \\ \l.ki:it When You Meet a Delegation... isckcepers on #- you ran make I ley have been | of smiling housekeep...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 June 1908

to is r*t HiS ' m at Mc- I ft Hwrtllvlllte ut the home of Newt Milllcon Saturday night and Sunday. Jim Balm aj d hit ulster. Miss Mat- tie, wem visiting at the home of J. T.„Ifllllcan Saturday night and Sun- day. .?. T. Mlllican spent Saturday night with Merrill Rutledge of Mt. Hob, Rev. Camp of Mc Kinney filled his regular appoint merit at the church Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. As It was one month nt?o that Rev. Camp conducted a great service ut 11 o'clock with six addltlona to the ehurch. three by baptism and ] three by lotter. baptism was Conduct- j ed at Mr. Boinar'a pool at 4 o'clock in the afternoon by the pastor. New Hope. Juno II. liar In •election, proportion In the prpce«* hy which their value* are extracted and preserved, In effectlvaneMt, tMtfuUiwi and w-otHiiuy, Curing the widest ranite of dlt>ea e , Point? tlie mutt good for tl e money. Having the most medicyisl merit, ,l And tl>e greatest record of cure*,— Hood's Sarsaparilla In umial liguld form or...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 June 1908

fi. t I ■ ■ JUr $ ■ , H4. ' ™* * >v ^ '■ : m I H % ' , * .'• « ^ ' .' ' ■. " THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, JUNE It, 1 08. end Your Nominations FOR THE PRIZE CONTEST To Be Given by The Daily Courier-Gazette and The Weekly Democrat-Gazette List of the Grand Prizes LIST OF PHIZES. (I) $100 (Camp) Piano, on exhibi- tion at J. T. Couch's music house. (I) $105 Ituggy. (Cut-under rul>- Im-i- ilr*' Manliope, wllii $—<! set of harness.) On exhibition at store of Collin County Implement and Vehicle Co. (1) $1:15 Itiiggy, lap rohc and whip. (Uuiiahoiit rulilM-r tire, auto scat, with $20 set of harness, Inp rolie anil whip.) On exhihition at Collin County Implement & Vehicle Co's. store. (2) Trips to Eureka Springs, Ark., Hot Spi-iugK. Ark., or <'oloriulo Springs, Colo., mill expenses paiil for ten ilays. (1) Geiiuiuc Diamond ring valued at on exhibition at l>. Goodin'* Je%velry store. (t) (ieiiuine Diamond ring, value flWO; on exhibition at II. (hMMlin's jewelry sto...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 June 1908

B fey THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.QAJ5OT tYS thaw is hank. Hx|in< «* * iXxoiitlxr.M-tlon IU ('uulitiuiil ( oiidnciiient. at a, York. June 13.—iliarry K. will remain In the Poughkeep- Jall pending the application of ouusel to Justice Dowllng of the ?nie court for a change of the committing him to the man; It a I for the insane at Mattea- ThlH decision was rendered by pee Morschauser of Poughkeepsie hearlnp arguments of counsel lis city on a motion to transfer prisoner to a New York Stale ptiin, other than asylum for ln- tonvicts. Justice Morschauser reused the opinion that it might better for Thaw to Lie incarcerat- lu some other aH.vIutn than the at Matteawan, an It wa« evident strained relations existed be- )ti the head of the Maiieawan iit- Iiition and Thaw. The first meeting between Harry ;Thaw and Ills wife, Evelyn, since attempt to secure his release km' the Matteawan asylum took ice today in Thaw's quarters in ths Jtchess county jail. The visit was lently prearranged, fen- Thaw was...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 June 1908

"''V' VA ■ p M&m 25$! = PWS 1 di * m r-OAZBTTB. * ■ ' = ' 11 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED The Largest Stock of Pianos Ever Shown in Collin Connty, Being Several Large Stocks Combined in One. \\> purchased the Will A. Watkins Bankrupt stock < f planus, the Weldon stock at Bonham, and several other large stocks at nearly our own price*. In fact the low price we paid was next to getting something for nothing. hut the Hpot cash was the means at this time of brlngluK to you an unprecedented stock or Pianos and Organs at prices that we can never expect to duplicate again and the variety of styles and brands of Pianos and Organs affords a rare selection. This is the only time that we have ever been able to offer such variety as well as such low prices. It is needless for us to explain the reasons for our couilug into possession of such rare bargains and flue selection of pianos and organs, but the fact that we bought part of them from the United States court during the financial stringe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

'• ' f 4 * .% ' ■ ®')e tocchlg JDemocrat-©aictte TWENTY-FIFTH YEAH, KG. 91. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AH, THIItMMV, JINK 'M, I1MM4. OR ANOTHER W. 8. Cole of Detroit, Mich., rep [resenting wealthy Eastern capitalists j met with a number of substantial cit jlzens of this city, Boitham, Blue Ridge. Leonard and other points, at ►the Commercial Cluh rooms Thins lay afternoon to present a proposi Hon for the construction of an inter rUrban electric line between Fort Worth and Honham, through this city, ills proposition was that if twenty citizens from the towns inter ested would take stock In the promo tiou fund, a charter would he applied , for and engineers placed in the Held He secured fifteen stockholders at the meeting here and hopes to noon have preliminary work in progress The committee of stockholders or- ganised at P. B. Pope's office tlUa night, with the following officers: J L. Love Joy, chairman; H. L. Wad- dell, vice chairman: P. B. Pope, sec- retary; and J. L. White, trea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

f ■ w< > * Hi i i i Saturday, Jane 20th lo Saturday Wight, July 4th. Not within Ten Years have we made such sweeping reductions on new seasonable goods so early in the season- go to make this Sale of even greater interest—we know that conditions are backward and money scarce—that ! i CALICO 4c 800 yards Calico sells elsewhere at 5e per yard—while the lot lasts, per yard only. 4c 6 1-4 Apron Ginghams 4 1-2 1") pieces nice Apron Ginghams, others sell at ♦> 1 -4c, our sale price J 41c Brown pomestic 20 >0 yards Brown DomeHtic* regular 0c value, on *ale at 4c 8 1 3c Ginghams 5c 200 yards nice dress Ginghams 8 l-8c regular price. On sale at 5c 7 l-2c Percale 5c 2000 yards pretty dress Peroale 7 l-2c regular price. Cut price 5o W. S Best Buyer and C Dry Goods in Ail We Make the Prices, Ot Faultless Fitting SLIPPERS. We are showing the famous "Dorothy I>odd" Slippers iu all the netv styles, the prettiest and best wearing high-grade Slipper on the market. Pretty Patent Leathe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

THF. WEKKT T DEMOCRAT-OAZKTTFT. THURSD\T. 85. 1 0S THROUGH OUT... N DAYS Saturday, June 20th to Saturday Night, July 4th lines of new goods picked up by MR. KNIGHT, who has just returned from market, much under value' :y we are sacrificing our profits .' IGHT it Seller of Must Meet Them Lawns 4 1 -2c 1000 yards nice dress Lawn, can't last l~ng at the price. Per yard Standard "C" Canvassing. Others sell this grade at 4 1 2c per yard. Our price per yard onty 4c Crash Toweling 3c 200 yards good bleached Crash Toweling at, the yard 3c Ladies' Vests 3c 10' doaen ladies' bleacht-d sleeveless Vests, regular 6 l-4e values, just to make things lively, each 3c 10c PERCALE 7 S00 yards pretty light color Percalss— 2 to 10 yard lengths—worth 10c yard, all stacked out on sale at, per yard 71c -ky ' '21'' ' ' I 1 I '••if.vi .:>« '1 ? rfi+l i; Si :••••. J-l* : - i'th >.if I S j* ;-'H I":-;' I . : 'T t Special Prices on Men's and Boy's Suits Boy's $2.00 Knee Suits $1.50 Youth s $8.00 Suits. $6...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

It 1 t I'UNU. Congressman C. B. Raadell has appointed Grudy Chaudler to a schol- arship In the Cnlted States naval academy. Mr. Randell made no mis- take when he appointed young Chandler. He la a son of W. H. Chandler of thlM place, and Is a graduate of the Piano public school and has quite a local reputation as an orator. The people of thin place are Just beginning to warm tip on the prohibi- tion Issue. Some of the lifelong pro- hibitionists become somewhat disap- pointed after the State Committee put the "blind bridle Willacy local option proposition" on the ticket to be voted on In the July primary, but after a careful milling of same most ^ of them huve come to the*concluslon that tlie two are separate ami dis- tinct propositions and that a voter can consistently vote for both. i. e., he may vote for the submission of ^ the prohibition amendment and at the same nine vote for the better- ment of the local option laws and their enforcement, but most of them say that If there exis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

{•Gazette EVERY THURSDAY Prrkiu, Walter B. Wilson, Publlihcru and Proprietors, Associate Kdltor. Altered as second-class niall matter Ttt ssbsorttwra—The dale printed oppoalt* uD the margin of tb« paper or on the iiidioeteM Uie time to which .vour uub- le peid. All raberrlptlone expire on the oTtbenonth Any Mubeortber not receiving paper regularly will pleaae notify ua We do not tend receipt* for money paid on eaboerJpttorift. bat credit itm« on ellp attached to paper, If credit la not shown on «llp In ten Mays from date of remittance notify thle offlre. Copy One Year $1.00 Ivets begin to plan for the big pic- nit'. Collin county has a big Juicy plum crop now ripe. Are you the possessor of a Chau- tauqua season ticket yet? The year 1 f 0H will be an epoch in flood annals of Texas. Billy Tafi Is Ihe man that has been put up for Billy Bryan to benl. Ah an all-round market in which to either h«-1 I or buy, McKlnney Is hard to beat. McKlnney's leading property own- ers are taking the le...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, JIT*E 28. 1#0K. w • *"v i*+«■' I AT WHOLESALE BANKRUPT Having purchased several bankrupt stocks of Pianos at about half cost to manufacture them, together with another shipment thvown upon me by another change in business. I am offering to the people of McKinney and vi- cinity THE GREATEST BARGAINS EVER KNOWN in a retail sale. The price I paid for these Pianos enables me to sell the Pianos AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST and stilt have a reasonable profit left. Nearly a Hundred and Fifty Pianos must go in this 10 days sale, and we invite you to come and see the stock whether you wish to purchase or not. ALL PIANOS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES and every Piano is guaranteed to be as represented. These Pianos are going like hot cakes and if you stay away and wonder whether or not we have what we claim till they are sold and then pay $400 to some dealer for the same Piano that we offer you for LESS THAN HALF THAT PRICE, you should not kick anybody but yours...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

Mm. Jim Mathews and i visited Frank family lam week. r of otir you UK pen ail Ice cream supper at iturdsy night. Ruah has returned from a two weeka' may at Mineral Well* For sale or trade or rent; frante ■tore building 25 by 60 feet: count- and ahelved suitable for any of merchandise, corner stand In good town. TerniB reasonable.— Allen Kealty Co. Mrs. T. J. Ereckson visited rela- tives In Piano last week. A number of our young people gave a inoonllKht plculc in S. P, Bush 8 pasture north of town Tues- day nighi of last week. Miss Msdle Oough and Miss Sear- cy of McKlnuey visited Miss Wanda Wolford Sunday of last week. Rev. J. W. Clifton has a new bug- gy as a present from the members of the different churches In his charge. , Miss Bessie Farrell visited rela- tives at Piano Sunday. Mrs. J. P. Harding returned to her home at Howe Saturday after a sev- eral days' visit fo Dr. Wolford and family here. Mlaa Alvord Compton who has been in school at Baylor university, Waco, returned home...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

% THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-GA1BTTE. THPRSDAV, Wn 16, 1MI. ARE THE COUNTY'S MOST POPULAR GIRLS * ' * ' C . #Mt- •— _Arge list of names which ap- ffor (he first time lust eve- It surprise to the clti/.ens of ley. But whin ydu come to Bf it this gnat contest la and the biggest eVent of lis kind Igttempted by any newspaper in Texas, published in town of pjiney't ai*e. jme twenty-five or more nomina- emne in yesie;da\ from all rthe county and interest is grow- fcv leaps and bounds. Friends of rj- young lidiM would do fill five them some little assistance ly in the contest so that they come up near the (op and look pri*e-winners. It certainly is a hindrance to be near the top sit, your coupons in (lie box at llth Bros, drug store or the one at this office, both locked ballot boxes. You must have your ballols and subscriptions in by 11 o'clock sharp In order to have them appear for (hat day, otherwise they will not count till the next day. Young la- dleK will do well, as many are al- ready doin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

,.'• . . • mm -mmm** w\a H. flBHINHHflHMIHRMMMHBMHHMMNm . - n ' 5..' ' - iw Vitriiifr*' ' V., .,. ill3j *.'',,•.j% I'lMLilMif.VCfJ pP«^ ' LI. I II, ipens Saturday, June 27 $3000 at 60c on the DoUar McKinney, Texas. THE B. L. HUNTER S ' p* r X- 'f,t i'&'-oV TO TH CHEEVES BROS. & CO. Bought the B. L. HUNTER A Great Consolidation Mighty Selling ani Sale on this Stock starts at 7 o'clock, Saturday morning, June 27. No Posi ANOTHER BLAZING BARREL OF BAl RtSi;. P '' Kp EXTRA! EXTRA!! Wait For Saturday, Another Big Sensation is Coming. Don't Experiment. Come to CHEEVES BROS. & CO. NOTICE! This is to advise the buying peat stock on the east side of tne I at Fancy Shirts, Ties. Collars, h< of gents furnishings. Stock invoicing nearly thresan lie in McKinney and surrounding country at prices fill paralizing and pumping competition, in every part to this stock is absolutely clean and above the ordina: statement. We propose to unload the whole shoo* big stock will be given as red...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

*V'' THE WEEKLY DEMQCRAT-OAZBTTE, THURSDAY, Jt.'NE 25. \160H ' A BOUGHT 60c THE DOLLAR Stock Moved to Cheeves Bros. & Co., This Week SALE OPENS SATURDAY ■ l MASSES IwCK, East Side Square, at 60c ON THE DOLLAR u'buble Reduction on all the Big Stock swnents! No Disappointments! Doors Open at 7 o'clock sharp. NO EARLIER. mJT UiAINS, BRILLIANT AND BONA FIDE :pi e re! es *t la; )o<! ait' at we have just purchased the B. L. Hunter at sixty cents on the dollar. The stock includes all kinds, for men and boys, and a general line nd dollars, will now be thrown before the pub- ill please and pull the people like a panic picnic, own. We wish to announce emphatically that being familiar with the stock, will verify our ch and thousands of articles from our other reduction. Sale opens Saturday, June 27th, ght, July 4th. EXTRA! EXTRA! The Whole Stock of Goods Go at Less Than Manufac- tures Cost. Accept no Nan's Word. Come to CHEEVES BROS. & CO. iir J which is by far the greatest sale eve...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

, MS# , •'v' "■ ft? ■ ' } h' •; f : -*. *«< .■ W. G. KERR PASSES AWAY W, O. Kerr, one of ColHn county's substantial and highly es- tatnicd pioneer cltlwm, died Mon- day evening nt hi* home In the For- est Grove community at the age of sixty-nine year*. He wn* a native of Tennessee but had been a citizen of Texas and Collin county for many year*. He «ai a splendid, upright man and cltlr.cn In every walk and relation of life, whbse long life, ever marked by honorable. conscientious conduct, will always remain ,a price- lea* legacy to those he "leave* behind. He I* aurvlved by his wife and thr following sons and daughter*: R. H. Kerr of McKlnney; G. W. Kerr who re*lded with his parent*; Mesdames Mattle Snider. Ltither Snider. and J. G. Martin of Mils county; Mrs. .1. . Faulkner of Bellevue and Mrs, T. T. White of Dallas. He was a consistent member of the Christian church, and after hav- ing rounded out U long and useful life, he quietly passed away "a* calm- lv as the moonlight gree...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. SS. 190S * A Business Education TOBY'S Practical Business Colleges WACO. TEXAS NEW YORK CITY lwM*mU C**tul W0.9SS.00 SUMI altiwt.. IStr** AT*. •hlMwlRi, ■niMnc, Hwrllwrt. TyptwHthii awl Aei OR YOU A«Ml*«nl0 D« «rtMMt* THE HIGH GRADE SCHOOLS FOR HI6H GRADE STUDENTS *<$3.50 BOOKKEEPING BY MAIL CrM Cetrteg— INOSTIUU BT ME ■ towteltr TWm Trial Lmum an< CmmMI* S«t • Enter Utter InSkwtturillMM LM Mn—lif III MAT I .TI'ESDA Y. . Beatty PIUQU. Ih in tlif city today |ou. W. D. MeFurland of Piano ong today's visitors to the city. W. and Jack Bowman. proml- iand owners of i'lauo, are here Wy Net ion, one of the very best lie's substantial citizens, In [Rev. David governor, >al for New C. Hughes, Iiiih planned York City. father of a bin re- : Editor .1. T. Horn of fur-Courier. one of the the county, is in the bay. the Piano best papers county seat |T|C.eorge W. Kennedy of Piano has • Announced in The Democrat-Gazette >r countv commissioner in pr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

^ ; if <, ' - - ' --ftl In From \ ft: That Thriving Towu. 8. B. Spradley of Corsicana visit> «(t relatives here last week Mrs. L. V. Llsles hat* returned to her home at Pearsall. Texas. Mrs. Dr. H. F. Wo 1 ford of Coal- Kate, Ok., Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. P. Bush. At the services nt the flautist church Sunday night there was one conversion and two additions to the church. W. H. Kllllngaworth of Denlson visited his father. W. C. Killtngs- worth here Sunday. The best bargain we have In a Hinall place Is F> acres of blaclt land adjoining a good town and just one block from Interurban, all In culti- vation and offered for a short time only at $85 an acre. We believe this a genuine bargain; Just think of It, a splendid location for a good home and offered for the small sum of only $425. Buy this land If you do not want to build on it: keep it 90 days and we will be glad to list and advertise It for you at $100 an acre, as we frankly believe It will be worth that ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

THIS WEEKLY DE1IOCRAT-CJAZETTB. THURSDAY. 39. 1 0S ************* H'KINNEY CHAUTAUQUA JULY 3-12,1908 AT NICIiELDI HE. I M. Partial List of Attractions: ADMISSION: % # ♦Je fJOV. IIOH TAVIiOlt. NAT M. ItltlGHAM. MISS OIjOK KltAltKH, Of Greenland's ley Mountain. HUNGARIAN ORCHKHTKA. KOWAIU) VAJMH (DDK, AMPTHIAX yi'ARTRTTK, tTTTKIt AM) MACK, KDWAIID AMHKIWT OTT, KIXHWOHTH PU'NSTKAD, MKRKSA TH()MI*SON. The Attraction, SOC Season tickets, adults 8^.00 For particulars see JESSE WARDEN. Manager Nickledime, McKinney, Texas. ^ ************* Academy iy s Ul'- l to of ter, :-er. lOil nt- gn- isk- 91H- 11a.ll sld- •ace hi? Bed and his Spend your money for the best in- struction ♦ / Patronize teachers who know and associate with students who learn. Attend school where the students are taught to use what they learn. Jones Academy is the best school in Texas for a good student. Music, Elocution, Painting in con- nection. Athletics in season. WRITE FOR INFORMATION FRANKLIN G. JONES, Pres. McKINNEY, T...

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