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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 27 August 1908

¥: 12 Pages This Week. Pinne OFFICE OF PliBUCAllOI* OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIL. Vol. 21, No. 39. McKINNHY, TEXAS, TB JRSDAY, AUGUST 27, (908. $1.00 Per Year THE DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION MEETS Hand ell Enthusiastically Vindicated and Endorsed By the Democracy of the District. Platforms Declares Strongly in Favor of His Contention that the Representatives of the People Should I3e Prohibited By Law From Serving Public Service Corporations, Trusts, Etc._ The Democratic Congressional con- vention of the Fourth Congressional district, was held ai the Court House here Saturday afternoon, for the pur- pose of nominating Congressman C. 13. Randeii to succeed himself in Con- gress from this district, and for adopt- ing a platform. The convention was called to order by Hon. Hanip P. Ab- ney of Sherman, chairman of the Con- gressional Executive Committee for this district. Hon. Sam Stinson of Greenville was elected chairman, and Sumner Lansdale of McKinney, secre- tary. Pending the report,...

Publication Title: Mckinney Examiner, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 27 August 1908

THE EXAMINER: McKJNNEY, TEXAS, AUGUST 27, 1908. The McKinney Examiner JLINT THOMPSON t proprietors P. C. THOMPSON I • • rnoiKihioiu SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One oopy one year II.0) One copy six months 5® Holered at the Poatoffioe In MoKlnnev Teias dtt Second Class Mill Matter PHONB NO. «33 lndlRCHllon ran lit' cured by being pleasant in the family circle and in public. Try it. The Congressional convention was a little warm. See the proceedings in this issue of the Examiner. The "unloaded gun" continues to do business as much so as the "barm- less" oil can. Keep an eye 011 both to preserve life and property. A home market is ihe best market in the world. Factories and other in- dustrial enterprises create a home market. A patriotic citizen will stand for home enterprises. Ira L. Stanley for several years foreman of the Dallas Times-Herald has purchased the Piano Star-Courier from .1. J. Russell and .1. T. Horn. The Star-Courier is a good paper and wo wish the new proprietor success. The s...

Publication Title: Mckinney Examiner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 27 August 1908

THE EXAMINER: MoKINNEY, TEXAS, AUGUST 27, 1908. VITAL STATISTICS Interurban Work FOR TEXAS In McKinney DR. BRUMBY ISSUES A HEALTH OFFICERS OF THE ROAD HEF1E BULLETIN FOR MONTH OF TUESDAY INSPECTING JULY. THE WORK. Austin. Tex., Aug. 23.—The July bulletin of the State Health Depart-' tuent was issued today It shows 3995 | births during June, 2079 males, 1916 females; whites 3063, blacks 392, alive | 3889, stll-born 106. During the quarter there were 40.932 births reported and 4724 deaths. There were 1328 deaths in June, 1728 in May and 1668 in April. There were 1525 deaths from communica- tive diseases during the quarter, as follows: Typhoid 139, malaria 73, smallpox 4, measles 72, scarlet fever 18. whoop- ing cough 29. diphtheria and croup 30, influenza 11:!, oth^r comnninica ble diseases 2, tuberculosis 631, pneu- monia 114. Mtention is called to the typhoid eases, the death loss in April trom it was 2.51 per cent. 2.72 in May and 3.71 in June. Deaths in June by ages were as fol- l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 27 August 1908

AND ^ u Caribou- ay -pglffiPKE ftOOSEVE J Kopi rih'iit, 1&#3. by G. P. Putnam's Sons. Published under arrangement with G. P. Piiinam's Hons. New Vork and London ] ^XCE lu September I was camped ou the shores of Kot>teuui Lake, having with uie as companions, John Willis and an im- passive - looking Indian named Ammnl. Coming ^cross through the dense coniferous forests of northern Idaho we had ■truck the Kootenai River. Then we went down with the current as it wound in half circles through a long alluvial valley of mixed marsh and Woodland, hemmed In by lofty moun- tain*. The lake Itself, when we reach- «t It, stretched straight away like a Cat fiord, a hundred miles long and >ut three In breadth. The frowning mid rugged Selkirks came down sheer fo the water's edge. So straight were tbe rock walls that It was difficult for to land with our batteau, save at lie places where the rapid mountain torrents entered the lake. We had come down from u week's fruitless hunting in the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 30 January 1913

( fl, \1 tttwj j OFFICE OF PUBLICATION OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIL. amine? Vol. 27, No. 10 McKINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 1913. $1.00 Per Year McKinney Shrouded in Sorrow COLLAPSE OF BIG DEPARTMENT STORE CRUSHES MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN—EIGHT DEAD-MANY INJURED. The Great Building Crumbles Instantly Victims, Absolutely Without Warning Have No Time to Escape—Fire Breaks Out, Adding to Horrible Scene. Sobs of Anguish Stricken Women and Children Heard While Hundreds of Men Work Frantically to Rescue Them. Property Loss Estimated at One Hundred Thousand Dollars BY H. L. MARRIXER in Dallas News McKINNEY, TEXAS. Jan. 23.—The most appalling tragedy in the history of this city or county was enacted this afternoon in the collapse of two of the city's largest brick buildings, both filled with customers at the time. Until the ruins, which caught fire, are completely cleared from the fatal spot, the exact loss of life can not be ascertained, but it is believed tonight the death list will pwtV t num...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 30 January 1913

THE EXAMINEE: McKINNEY, TEXAS, JAN. 30, 1913 Death of & Young Mother MRS. LYNN PERRY DIED LAST THURSDAY EVENING. Anions the many saddened homes ol our city on last Thursday afternoon ■was that ot Mr. Lynn 1'erry, whose young wife lay dying during the try- ing hours when all MoKinney was in the throes of deepest excitement and sorrow, caused by the awful wreck of the Odd Fellows building only an hour or two before. The final summons for this young woman's pure spirit came at 6:30 at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. .J. E>. Bass on North Tucker street, and a little babe an hour old survived. Mrs. Perry was formerly Miss Lura Hass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Itass, of this city. She was born and reared in McKlnney; was 24 years, 3 months and 23 days of age. She was a graduate of our city High School, was beloved by a large circle of friends whom she had drawn to her by her sweet. Christian disposition. Oct. 20, 1909, she was married to Mr. Lynn Perry, son of T. C. Perr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 30 January 1913

\ • ) \ 4 i \ i GREAT CUT PRICE SALE! Now in Progress—Closes Monday, February 10th $15,000 Worth of Seasonable Merchandise Slaughtered We inaugurated this great sale to close out every piece of winter goods, shoes, wraps and clothing before starting to market to buy our big spring stock. The time to sell winter goods at a profit is now past. Dur- ing these 14 days we turn loose stacks of the season's best and most desirable merchandise regardless of cost or profits, as we positively will not carry over goods from one season to another. A rare opportunity to economize on winter goods right at the time you need them. Hope Domestic 8 l-3c Lonsdale Hope Domestic, the best 10c domestic made, 12 yds for the $1.00 Cotton Checks 4c Good round thread cotton checks this sale 25 yds for $1.00 10c Outing 8c 2000 yds heavy 10c- Outing on sale the yard only 8c 10c Shirtings 8 1-3c Good quality blue cheviot for work shirts the vard 7 1-2c Crash Toweling 5c The best 7 l-2c quality crash for towels ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 30 January 1913

THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, JAN. 30, 1913. -L- McKinney Shrouded in Sorrow (Continued from 1st. pag?.) Teams were at work hauling away the debris. All business was suspended immediately and every one assisted in the rescue work. Cots were pre- pared and doctors .summoned, and the injured were taken to the sani- tariums. The dead were, conveyed to the Crouch-Hart zog company's place on the opposite of the square. The scenes attending the rescue work were pathetic beyond anything 1 had ever witnessed. Many persons knew that members of their families had been in the store, for there was a sale on. The tense waiting for news, the joy at finding loved ones safe, the anguish when dear ones were brought out badly Injured and the grief when dead faces were revealed was too much for an ordinary man." DALLAS MAN SAW COLLAPSE. R. E. Best Says Excitement and Insa- tiable Anxiety Prevailed After Catastrophe. R. E. Best, Sr., a traveling salesman of Dallas, who was in McKinney yes- terday, sai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 30 January 1913

THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, JAN. :iO, 1913 HAPPY HOUR THEATRE First Clans Up-to-date Moving Picture Attrac- tions Every Night in the week. Matinee Every Saturday and First Monday A Show Worth While Ourshow is educational with plenty of humor to drive away the blues at all times. A Complete Change of Pro- gram for Every Show ~VVe cordially invite you to come. Clean and comfortable house for all kinds of weather. Admission 5 and 10c JOHN PENN. Prop. Just West of P. O. McKinticy, Texas SANITARY Busy Families can find relief by purchasing their bread from the Sanitary Bakery This appeals to both city and country people alike. Give us your orders. G. C. Crocket West Lousiana Street just west of the Interruban Sta- tion. STUNG! Any time you leave McKinney to buy a Monument you will get stung, for you can buy HIGH GRADE MONUMENTS here at reasonable prices. We will appreciate a chance at your work. Let us figure with you. I'Kinney Monumental Works W. W. PRUETT, Prop. oans and Maris pou d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 30 January 1913

6 THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, JAN. 30, 1913 ■mm ■ \ Talk 10 Miles Away— Right From Your Parlor No matter liovv far away the grocer Is, you can talk to him over the telephone and have your order delivered. No matter how far away the doctor ii, when necessary, you can reach him instantly by telephoning. No matter how. when orwhere you have need for quick action and an instant reply, the ^ eo«No.89. Independent Telephone ta almont Invaluable. Why don't you let us give you all the (a«'tttf We will explain how you can have au Inde- pendent telephone In your i arlor—how you can have the many money Having, time- savimr and money mak- ing advantage# of this modern necessity. Come In toitau tor complete Information. UNION TELEPHONE CO 7=7^ S Account MARDIGRAS Jan. 30 --- Feby 4 New Orleans, La. Will sell tickets at excep- tionally low round trip fares Limited to Feb. 14 and may be extended to March 3, "913 See T & P agenis or write GEO. D. HtWTER, ?ner&l PassenjRr Agent, Dallas, T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 30 January 1913

THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, JAN. •>(), 1913 CONSTIPATED Everj'one knows when he is constipated, and every- one should know the risk he is running when he fails to promptly correct it. DON'T BE PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is a Bowel Tonic and Regulator. It empties the bowels just as thoroughly as the harsh, griping cathartics and does it mildly, comfortably, pleas- antly. Moreover, it leaves a beneficial influence behind it because the bowels remain healthy and regular thus there is no return to constipated conditions. Oct the acnuine with the Figure "3" In Red on Front Label. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. Public Installation of Officers For 1913 Oil Friday night of Jan. 24th T91o, at Copeville, the ladies of the Modem Maccabees of Copeville Hive No. 737, met and publicly installed their offi- cers for the year of 1 dl3. With the service of Mrs. Eula G. Bates, of Den- ton, Texas, as Grand Installing Offi- cer the following officers were in- stalled: Commander, Mrs. Susie H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 30 January 1913

8 ■ THE EXAMINER: MoKINNEY, TEXAS, JAN. 30, 1913 Give Your Order .FOR A. Tailor Made Suit .T< >. Beo.w.Smtth Ladies Tailoring a Specialty The Columbia Theatre Gives to the public the best to be had in the way of Moving Pictures .Attend our matinees when you are in McKinney. Chas. Kimball, Manager. North Kentucky Street I Get Help QUICK'! When the grain or hay is ready for harvesting—and you need an extra hand— how convenient if you could telephone around instead of driving around. An Independent Telephone^ f Is a wonderful money saver as well as time saver. You can get the market reports every duy—seli when prices are up—get the weather re- ports dally and plan your work accordingly. And in case of accident, you can get the doctor started quick by telephoning. Let us tell you how you can have an independent tele- f)hone in your par- or. Come in and see us or send for our telephone man who will explain everything. Union Telephone Co. INTERURBAN TIME TABLE. Northbound. Local car...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

MPi v H L °*v's 3 , A 1« PAGES THIS WEEK itmea amtttef OFFICE OF PUBLICATION OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIL. Vol. 27, No. 42 McKINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 11,1913 Weston Wants An Interurban COLLIN COUNTY CITIZENS AT- TENb RAILROAD MEETING AT GREENVILLE. Ighb Iforti te o ae 1 Last Tuesday afternoon twelve cit- izens of Collin county, composed of four men-each from the following pla- ces: Westminster, Anna and Weston accompanied by A. R. Nicholson of Greenville, promoter and builder of the Anna, Blue Ridge and Greenville Interurban line, came to McKinney and left on the 4:55 M. K. & T. train for Greenville, where they met with a delegation of Greenville citizens, and held a conference at which was discussed the building and extending of this line. The Anna and Blue Ridge line, which goes by the way of Westmin- ster is completed as far as Pilot creek two miles west of Blue Ridge. The crew is now at work- erecting the bridge across Pilot creek, and making permanent improvements along the l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPT. 11, 1913 YOU Must Look over our line of suit ings in order to ap- preciate what a line line it is. The pat- terns are all exclus- ive and the variety too extensive to enumerate here. Style and fit is gu- aranteed, ;tnd our work is very thor- ough. Give us a trial ED. V. PRICE & CO. Mercbant Tailors Chicano GEORGE W. SMITH Exclusive Local Dealer, McKinney. The McKinney Examiner CLINT THOMPSON, 1 Rditors and F. C. THOMPSON, f Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy on^ year : : $1.00 One copy six months : : .50 Entered at the PostofDce in McKin- ney, Texas, as Second-Class Mail Matter. PHONE NO. 2SS. MR. BRYAN'S VIEW OF IT. In his own journal, The Commoner, Secretary Bryan prints a personal re- ply torflie critics who have taken him lo task for devoting his vacation to lecturing while grave problems de- manded lis presence In Washington. His explanation is characteristically frank. The real question in his case, he urges, was not whether a Ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

- -1 3u L, THE EXAMINER: MoKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPT. 11, 1913 3 A\ I TOM JOHNSON, Jr. — One of — America's Foremost Tailors — Will Be At Our Store — Friday and Saturday, September 12th and 13th We invite you to call and meet him and see the hundreds of pretty new fall samples which we are now showing from which you may order your new fall suit. Mr. Johnson of the LAUER COMPANY of • Cincinatti, will be here to take your measure which is indeed a an opportunity you seldom have pre sented to you. Our prices range from $15.00 to $45.00. A perfect fit guaranteed with every order given us. - LET US TAILOR YOUR NEW FALL SUIT - "The Home of Good Clothing and Shoes McKlNNEY, - TEXAS LOCAL GLEANINGS. <ve Little Items o« News—Personal and Otheiwise. Mrs?. Austin Love and children are visiting in Sulphur Springs. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rogers, of Fay- burg, were here Monday. H0 Jim Gerron, a prominent Stiff Chap- ■el citizen, was here Monday. Mesdames \V. M. Hynds and J. H. Merritt visited in Dallas ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

THE EXAMINER: McKXNNEY, TEX,AS, SEPT. 11,1913 The McKinney Examiner CLINT THOMPSON, \ Editors and F. C. THOMPSON, J Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Om copy one year : : $1.00 One copy six mon'bs : : -50 Entered at the Postofflce in McKin- ney, Texas, as Second-Class Mail Matter. PHONE NO. 233. Cotton J3.32 1-2c this morning. Now that it has ruined, cheer tip. *12.50 to $12.SJ Cotioti sold for "here Saturday. War experts In London endorsi President Wilson's advice to Ameri- cans to leave .Mexico. The Princeton News says the drouth has cut the cotton crop short over that way. no doitln. lint that an average crop will be made. We hope so. Ringling's Circus is in Texas. We do not know that they will visit Mc- Kinney. If they fail to come it will lie si sore disappointment lo many a little hoy and girl here, for Ringling's circus is a favorite in old Collin. Headlines in big type In .the dailies say Roosevelt advises Sulzer to "tell il all;" that he. Sulzer', owes it to him- Keir to do ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

me! THfc EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPT. 11, 1913 Beautiful New Merchandise For Fall o I'll Buyer has returned from the Eastern Markets where lie purchased the most beautiful isto<-k of lii^h gradt- merchandise we have ever li;ul the pleasure to show, AVe invite you to visit this big store and see the many new things for Fall. We will show von the greatest stock of New Fall Goods i AVe invite you to visit this bi_ as a customer and will be glad to have you call and seethe mammouth stock of New (ioods in Collin County. We want you New Fall Sflks. All llie new shades In the beautiful new Brocaded Silk. We can give you some big surprises. Bargains in Fall Silks. 50c to 81.50 New Dress Goods Thousands of yards of the most beautiful, new pat- terns ill New Dress (Ioods for Fall. No matter what color or shade you are looking for. we have it Don't fail to see our New Fall Dress Goods. It will pay you. 50c to $2.00 New Wash Goods We have certainly go; the most beautiful stock of Wash Go...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

J THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEJPT. 11, 191S THE PREDOMINATING STYLES EOR EALL IN MIILMRY AND BEflDY-TO WEAB Are Now on Exhibit At and For Sale By McKINNEY'S GREATEST STORE We are pleased to announce to our many patrons in Collin county that our Millinery Department, on second floor, is one of the leading attractions at this store, and Mrs. Allie Blakeley invites you to visit her in this department. LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR, FIRST fLOOR i Our Ladies' Ready-to-wear department, in charge of Miss Emma Sportsman and aide assistants, is especially attractive with the very newest styles and materials in ladies' coats, coat suits, skirts, waists, etc. Other New Goods at this Store Kew dress goods, trimmings, ribbons, shoes, liose, gloves, fall model corsets, novelties and scores of other new articles of dress for fall are here awaiting your inspection and selection. Morgan Weaver McKinney's Greatest Store. "We Sell for Less Because We Sell for Cash.'' Teachers* Institute Closed Friday ONE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

. '. 1 ^ V-* 9 **ir 3E THE EXAMINER: McKINNET, TEXAS, SEPT. II, 19X3 ft ot le of r. ce iw in he to ity ils eir ert Dr. he )lic F. an- GRAND FALL OPENING TAKES PLACE AT OUR STORE,, BEGINNING \ Saturday, September 13th and continues throughout the following week. READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION NOW! We have on display at our store the complete Fall and Winter Line of the National Woolen JVlill^ The greatest value for the money ever produced. Over 200 all-wool samples to select from, including 8 of the most popular selling raincoats and slip-ons of the day. Come to our store and see the values. Suits made to order, made strictly to your own individual measure; made to fit, to please and satisfy. Every garment "Union Made." We are exclusive agents for the NATIONAL WOOLEN MILLS and we ,want you to come and look over their line. The most popular price line we have ever had the pleasure of showing. You are invited to call and select your Fall and Winter.Suit or Overcoat now. Comfce early while t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

In our ad of last week you saw some of our low prices on pianos and in fact in every ad during this year, appeared our pianos named with prices quoted in pjain figures and these are the very lowest prices that the pianos can be sold for at all. AVhen you come into the music store, you find every piano marked in plain figures so a^child can read them and we have and maintain this one price to all and it is the lowest price that they can be sold for at all. IT is our plan to sell a large number of Pianos at an average net profit 011 each piano of only $10.00, but we sell enough each month to make this small sum on each piano run up to a good profit. Our expenses are cut down to the smallest, no house rent, no livery hire, no high salary to a manager or floor salesman; no other high expenses. We buy in large quantities at jobbing prices and ship in carload lots, using our twenty years experience and a large cash capital to help get best contracts and right kind of pianos, that will las...

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