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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 19 July 1906

\P DftW 1 UQt onf io- dis- ing u « Jure ea, rian ack- lake y it. , in seks /eb- fine^ oing ilui, to hni ols. of Mi •hoc at ttccei Tali Oaf C<! alnii >ut :hoo| whlC Jpiq iin- al .ll'cid i rt. ihnso nvoH jud| Cor 3. it led Dai C. THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE Li rs ised iter. I ■NTKKHD AT THE POBTOFPIOB AB 8BCOND-CLA8S MAIL MATT KB. $1.00 PER YEAR. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 19<X>. VOL, 23. NO. 25. ACCIDENT PROVEN FATAL. 4. W. HANCOCK PASSED AWAY AT 10 A. M. TODAY. Mrs. A. L. Amlcnton, Willi Whom Ho Lived—1m Survived by Arm! Widow. Friday's Dally. ... J. W. Hancock tiled at the home of hl daughter, Mrs. Arthur L. Anderson at 10 o clock this morn- ing, after at illness of u few weeks, although he had been in poor health for many years. He was a native of Georgia, hav- ing been born In that state Feb. 1C, 1834, being at the time of his death 72 years, 4 months and 27 days old. He graduated at the University of Georgia, taking both the literary and law course a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 19 July 1906

m i:w¥ ,"■■■■ i t'M , * * i v f " I'"' , " ie Democrat-Gazette TOM W. WCRKINS, WALTKK B. WILSON, PabUihen ud Proprietors § prtnt#4 oppoilt6 0 M*l or 00 the to wmm your ob- H«iplr« oo PMwr not r*| plMM notify as •tJMaumuR ktTM Copy One Tear. i ; 91 00 Thursday, July 19, 1906. DISSOLUTION NOTICK. 0K J. Frank Smith having gold hie half interest In the business to his partner, Walter B. Wilson, the firm of Wilson & Smith, publishers and proprletora of The McKinney Democrat and McKlnney Dally Cou- rier, is on this date mutually dis- solved. All accounts for job print- ing and subscription of both of the Above papers are due and payable to Walter B. Wilson, who will set- tle the outstanding indebtedness of the old firm and continue the busi- ness. WALTLK B. WILSON, J. FRANK SMITH. RETIRES. Having Bold our entire interest and good will in The Democrat and McKlnney Dally Courier to our partner, Walter B. Wilson, It is with a feeling mingled with regret that we sever our connection as ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 19 July 1906

.«-«v Dr. Terrill's Latest Book Free to Men A# tho result of 32 years of successful specialty practice Dr. Terrlll Is par- ticularly fitted for the task of writing a correct and accurate work on the Pelvic and Special Diseases pecular to the Male 8ei. His latent book No. t i I* conceded to be the best of its kind ever published. It has not been written for profit, but to give inen necessary- scientific information, and they will l>e oent ABSOLUTELY Fjee to any addreso as long as they last. Whether you are afflicted or no*,, send for one today. The book will be sent j, H. TKIIHI1<I<< ML l> you by first mail In a plain, sealed envelope if you mention this pajver and enclose six cents for postage for packing. DR. TERR ILL GUARANTEES TO POSITIVELY CURE VARICOCELE, STRICTURE, CONTAGIOUS BLOOD P0I80N, LOST MANHOOD. SEMINAL EMISSIONS, NERVOUS DK- SLITY, EPILEPSY, CATARRH, HYDROCELE, PILES, or any of the CHRONIC DISEASES of the STOMACH, KIDNEYS, BLADDER and PROSTRATE GLAND. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 19 July 1906

,, <f * 1*1' f* v> - Don't neglect i at this time, tat toed the warning of I lace, the sallow , U>e urinary (Maowter, and begin it at axe wtila 's Sarsaparilla contain* tbe bust and safest curative or In chocolated ilOOdoaea |1. In usual MqgM i known as The Democrat-Gazette TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WTMtW, Editors, Publishers and Proprietor*. •sbsort MrsThe date printed opposite is on the margin at the paper or on the Inflostes the tlms to wnloh your sub- > is paid. All subscriptions siplrs on . of the mouth An* subscriber not re- ths paper rsgsiarly will plsase notify us. We do not send receipt* for money psld on lions, bat credit same en allp snacbed , If credit Is not abtiwn on slip In ten ■ date of remittance, notify this oflloe. •CBSCKIPTK.N hates- Copy One Tear, 91 00 Thursday, July 12, 1900. He In wise who learns early that truth will always win. Beaumont was selected u* the next place of meeting for the Texus Bar Association. If wishes were horses it would Afford...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 19 July 1906

^ A ; # " v. ^ . f ■ 4 ft wf: THE lAW IS CONSTRUED ♦ . ♦ " <■ KHOItT LOCAL KTOHIKM. « •> * ASSISTANT A. lUltN'KV CiK.SKIi- t AL ItEMJKRH OPINION. HOURS FOR THE PRIMARIES Pwclnrt Klfctiunii Must Im- HcKI Het ween K::|0 a. m. and 7 O'clock |>. in. Auftln, Texas, July 17.—Assist- ant Attorney Qeneral Claude Tol- iard has returned an opinion In Sec. It. of the general election law, to the effect that precinct primaries must be held In the several coun- ties of the state between the hours of 8:30 a. in. and 7 p. m. on July 28, and that It would be illegal to hold the primaries at night, as had been the custom heretofore particu- larly in the towns and cities of the State. This opinion was rendered In response to a question from Chairman John E. Shelton of the Travis county committee ami from the chairman of the Harris county committee. The section In question says: "There shall he elected on pri- mary election day, in a manner pre- scribed by the executive committee on the thi d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 19 July 1906

Pffr ;jp^ *'• •„ jM&tfY: ' HRMI jffif &i |, "'.;• l*''i: * "'. ?,^.: V' •< ^ HfiHEHHHSHHSHHHSH i'W • IHHHWSfi 4<vt f;.v --. XWi:' It I «••' **>- •—••« •• f""•> I •<«•. , « *fc « !,♦ « « ' r 1 FOR COLQUin CROWD HEARD RAILROAD COMMISSIONER SPEAK ON CAMPAIGN ISSUES. I— or : t ■ y*r* '• o 4 . ". -v' n t us s. >i lei t> tul* on tne ground that an I We have jju as g>>i ua anti- extravagant legislature ml(ht tax rust law as any Scat* in the ITnlon" too heavily the railway properties of | said Mr. Coliultt, "an 1 what wt the State. The rail mud* of Texas ln t year j have the coursge, capacity, fidelity n*ed Is men In public office who will on valuation of , an I backbone to enforce that lai louaton Pout, July 6. 1906.— O. B. Colquitt, candidate for kor, receive^ laat night the rotable and enthuiastlc ovation i a candidate for political office louaton in fifteen years. Turner 11 was packed for more than two jrs with an enormous crowd that >11 represented...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 19 July 1906

V | * v 4 ^ * 0 / * \ Eruptions The only way to get rid of pimples and other erup- tions is to cleanse the blood, improve the digestion, stim- ulate the kidneys, liver and skin. The medicine to take is Hood's SarsaparUla Which has cured thousands. STATTS OF THE COTTON CROP REPORTS SM/W IMPROVEMENT OVKR LAST YEAH. Cord of Tliank*. We wish to thank our neighbors and friends (or their kindness to us In our sad hour of affliction Sun- day—in the loss of our sweet young babe. May Heaven's richest bless- ings rest on one and all of you, Is our slncereBt wlsn unJ prayer. W. B. SMITH :>fVI . ... and wife. <togoatoatc.«o«o«o«oMo«o«o«<j«o H. L. DAVIS Attorney «at-Law Notary in office. Offioe North side sq. McKinney, Texas. j ottotooisoisoiaoMottoisotoottoteo*o« COLLIN COUNTY All Point* IU>|M>rt Situation Much Better Than at Corresponding Period LaK Year. ♦ ♦ ♦ PLANT NATIVE TREES. ♦ ♦ Peach, pear, apple, plum, aprl- ♦ ♦ cots, in fact, everything to be ♦ 4 found in a first-class ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 19 July 1906

mi IWlSHi . ; IBS _ 1 i ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Standing at Home. : === ' . . , July 17th 1806. W. S. Smith, Agent American Ex of the 4th Congres- N. C. Bradford, Insurance agent, h Gentlemen—Fan- J. W. Ralnfjr, capitalist. ktor A. P. Barrett i for Congress from and we take pleasure for the position, be a man o| mtrictl Win. Laniup, captialist I Co., furniture hie county in the of the Legislature and trictrtn tne Senate. Hie been open and clean, and that he has the endorsement this people. r action hi aiding to defeat the cy bill, which threatened the ,„jction of our local option laws, •trongly commend. He is and been the friend of temperance the opposer of the legalised luor traffic. He not only fators option, but votes for it on „tlon day. His effort to secure a stringent anti-free P*** law ,n the laBt i lature marks him as an able advo- cate of a law that will be effective. His advocacy of a national law that will prevent the C. O. D. ship- ment of liquor into local option ter- ritori...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 19 July 1906

A :V ''' ■' vi^ ,, i ,f- 31 # / ; f 1 "(f/f Comes From "Goodin" it's Good Indeed. A Parson of Sense is a person who beet preserver those faculties with which nature has endow- ed them. They may "hate to wear glasses"—most people do—but the per- son of intelligence thankfully accepts this opticial aid when their eyes te!l of its need. When yours speak let us act. Our service, treatment and prices shall all be right. | _w jT'yi"'*!'►* * mml>u H r — Wi jttMfciafty. mmmUmmtof. m4 ftt |Inm «• ftyWM c Here 30 years D. GOODIN, M^Kinney, Texas. "Altuays Yovr Money's Worth.'' 'The Jeweler' Herd headed;by Rowdy Rivers 91039. pure bred pigs, all ages, for stile. Win. Kinney R 4, (Chambersville) Texas. ('hoice young RIVERA Mc KILLING IN NKW MKXICO. Well KnuHn IUachni«n Is 8l ot by a |{i«l Katatf >l«u. Trinidad. Colo., July 14.—L. H. Bolton, a real estate man, shot and killed Carl Oil*, a well know ranch- man. at Clayton, N. M. yesterday. Bolton had trouble with a young man named Hobson. G...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 19 July 1906

i w< ;>< V-, "'$< ,'"V< >V W ffl m 7W Years—Health Wm Condition—Ceustd By Pthrie Catarrh. NEWSPAPER SITUATION CONHOIJDATION IS THK ORDHB OF THK DAY. §§1 I.T- IN UNITY IS STRENGTH Trend I* Shown by llecent Combina- tion of Number of leading Territory Paper*. •y , HEALTH AND STRENCTH RESTORED BY PE-RIMIA. Mrs. F.mrai Flelssner, 1412 Sixth Ave., Seattle, Wnh., Worthy Tress- Vet Sons of Temperance, write*: "/ Buttered over two yean with Ir- regular mnd patntu I period*. My health was Im a very precarious condition and I was anxious to find something to re* •tore my health and strength. "1 waa very Klad to try Perona and 4ellghted to find that It waa doing ma good. I continued to u*e it a little over three montha and found toy troubles re- ■ond. *•# consider It a splendid medicine mmd ahull never be without It, taking a daae occasionally when I tee! run• demrn and tired.'' Our fllea contain thousand* of testi- monials which Dr. Hartman has re- ceived from grateful, happ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 19 July 1906

« Sri , ...Gus Straughan i Merchant Tailor , il^iifrPressin^^^^^Special^ First Door East J. D. Stiff Pry ( o©ds Co. McKinney, Tex THE Pirst Nat'l Bank McKinney, Texas. The Oldest Bank in Collin Co —Founded 18 jU. v Fair, oourteona, conservative treatment to all; no pets to foster, and no enemies to injure; to serve our customers faithfully; to run a good stong Bank where everybody is welcome and everyone is safe; Honest, Straight Business all The Way Through. T. T. EMERSON, Pres FRANCIS H. WELCH, Vice Pres. HOWELL E. SMITH, Cashier FRED EMERSON, Assistant Cashier. O. Leddy & Son OLD DAYS IN COLLIN COUNTY ELD. REN FAULKNER WHITES TO OA BE LUCAS. WE ABE LIVING TOO FAST Says Tliut Many Improve- ments tit I'ritM'iii Old Days Ape Not tii Im> HfH|tim'*l. •FOR. Roofing Guttering Repair Work Galvanized Tanks Corrugated Iron Flues. Sooth Teooessee St Telephone 407. 1 EUREKA SPRINGS WITH Correct Service AND Rates Write For Booklet C. W. StraiG.P.A., Fort Worth Gabe Lucas. Collin county...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 19 July 1906

k !>> ....A.... aalistic Romance m ■ •, > i m a remote hamlet back east Hv- Wd. m demure maiden and a bashful man who had for some years been living with but one and the aame object btiore them. They were fcopalee* victims of "lave microbe*" that were doing most effectual work wnder the direction of Cupid hlm- erti. Harry suddenly "woke up" one day and decided that procrasti- nation was the thief of time and Mia*—and immediately set about to 4x1ns matters to a focus. Very soon there wan a wedding und It vara't much longer, before Code Bill or McKinney, wrote effusively what he termed "grit" and proposed that if they would locate here he wvaeld etart them up In l fe. Very motm they began to bid loved ones a4Hmi iuui were soon speeding in dhta direction. When the tralu pulled in gener- ous Uncle Bill wafi at the depot to greet and welcome the much elated eonpJe. and after hearty congratu- Intfturis, conducted them straight- way to the Wade Hotel, having pre- viously arranged ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

$1,00 PER YEAR. Iw V. DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. i KNTKKKD AT THE rOBTOmCK AS 8ECON D-CLA88 MAIL MATTEB. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 2<>, 1900. VOL. 2:1 NO. 20. J it- h ATTRACTIONS FOR PICNIC l*KOP. C. BAKU,- NOTED AERO- NAUT. IS SKCntKI). DAILY BALLOON ASCENSION Will Mukr an Ascciislmi Each After- noon During the Picnic— Bright Pr(W|KTt(t. Aa the time for the bitk? picnic anil reunion August 8, 9 ad III, approach- es the prospects continue to grow brighter and the Indications are, that with favorable weather condi- tions the event will be one of the most largely atteuded. enjoyable and successful ever held In the his- tory of the Association. A big barbecue Is to be a feature of each day, and Chairman Q. J. S. Walker of the Amusement commit- tee, states that he has just signed a contract on behalf of his committee and the Association, with I'rof. C. Baer, one of the best and most wide- ly known aeronauts of the country, to make a balloon ascension each day of the pi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

I i |; \ Pit ®J •Gazette. HP •' r v M-r.ui • * •* rjronthe tine to which your rat aubscrlptlcma sxptra 0 Any subscriber not r*- rscaiaiiy will piMM notify us iwootpta tor anty paid on cratfll same M slip a'taohed . la not a bow* on alljp in too of rswltuaos, notify Hubscrtptlon KalM. copy one year $I.OO ursday, July 26, 1906. Money made at home should ent at home. I>e Let us be sure that every "new deal" Is a "square deal." The political pot In Collin county far passed the simmering stage. These be candidates days, while got our information from their op- ponents. Every new sidewalk built In Mc- Xlnney makes the town a better place in which to live. The political pot g * was long about it, Iff fc la the boiling line t0\, ,.{! county ftcll* well for all the people all the time, and it ask* the cooperation of all the people all the time in achieving this result and fulfilling 'his mission. Shaking the plum tree In Penn- sylvania is not as popular a sport as it was when Boss Quay di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

slsaJ Tor Inftmta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought PreparaliaitforAs Bears the Signature of ling ihe Stomachs and Bowels ot 1 \ l \\ 1 S /< HI I DKl.N Promotes DigeslionCheeriub ness and Rest .Contains neither Opium.Morphiixe norniueraL Not Narcotic. /^emrOUa-SMVUFtrCHDt Amim Smd JU.Si JRiJLilU Smtm - Stud * In Use For Over A perfect Remedy for Conslipa Ron,Sour Slomarh.Dtarriioeii Worms .Convulsions .Fevensh- ness and LOSS OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature o( 555T NEW YORK \ I o moil Ins old J J I) OS) S - J jC I MS EAAVT COPT OF WRAPPER. Vital StatiMlei. i- f- ! v •> ♦ SHORT LOCAL STOHIKH. •> | ♦ ■>, ❖ <•<■«>•>•> Walter Downs it as returned from j a trip to West Texas. Hp will move | Ills family to that section at once, j Mrs. Jack Gotcher left Thurs- j day for a visit to relatives and friends in Farmersvllle. J. B. Jones of Allen called , \iround to renew for The Democrat - •Gazette while Sn town Thursday. He i Informed us thut he had a child ver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

■ >c i's 8arsaparllla nrpiiHd all oilier medlciu**. In merit. «. imt m II h been, ku i>- JlUtbtfUll. Ik has rmtred by acta*] count more than testimonial* In two year*. It purifies the blood, cure* all blood dls- all humor* and all eruption*. H atonHurthenn the *toma<'h. create* an pptftlte and build* up the whole lyatem. It sure* that tired feelUur and make* the wkatrou. la uul liquid form or In chocolated tablet* ■awn aa larMtabl. 100 doees 1. The Democrat-Gazette. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER II. W1LHON, ■dltont, Publishers and Proprietor*. To Subscriber*:—Th«* Jate printed opposite your name rn the margin of the paper or on the Wrapper IndlcateN the time to whlen your ftub- sortptlon Is paid. All subecrlptlons expire on tfeifcnitoftne month. Any subscriber not re- oelvlnK the paper regularly will please notify us. V« do act aend receipt* for money paid on ibaorlptlon*, bat oredlt same on slip a'uehed — tf credit I* not tbowa on •lip in ten a date of reolttanoe, notify thl* ofD...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

'M :' •• v v :w - ■ <" -k: t. - >« EMMAMMMMMl pdNHHtiSlMlflliei ■ 1st assssvR HMMft HgtflpNgtilttNttN H| Mttdj^gugs ? S «1 -1.< "^..a v Vlf *4, **«*'+, .' 9 rff* S PI '1,4 m * I:PI: :■■■■■v mmJ ■ ?{• wm I , _ir_.... : m? *•* ^WSMl 6 ' ' >>*V V^V '* 1J: -' I & '"'WF '" j Bik'V p i Hfe I'll i ■ raflslf^T? %"• ■ wMh^y$m ' 3 T.ffiBSll! '> V7 ■ : - W . .^.. ; ■.•'■ \y 4,*; i , KNIGHTS * r ) ■<>.* >• * * -tip* < ■ Green Tag Sale A Faaat af Bargain I SMif -T,w; Our Dress Goods Department : \ 'V' Icl Filled to overflowing with all the good things for the seasons weir. We want every lady in Mc- nn*y and Oollin County to come and inspect this display, feeling confident they will be more than/ ^pleased with the great valne* we are offering; every piece of Summer goods most be sold during thi* •ale, and we have made prices accordingly. $5c quality crescn white wash Habitual Silk, full 20 in— green tag price 62 in'^fipfel^ navy bluq and grey ifphair Sicilian all...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

ikTem Arrange For Sale * emiunt Sale THE Our Seventh Semi-Annual Green Tag Clearance Sale begins Friday morning. We never carry over goods from one season to another, and all summer goods must be closed out. To make this sale of even great- er interest we have added $1500 worth of mill remnants, which go at green tag prices in many instances at less than regular factory cost. KNIGHTS Green Tage Shew TIm IMkmI Prises Extraordinary idlse ever placed on the market in this sec- bverybody who can get here will be Inter- has been. Nothing* ites lly [greater your Our entire prices and econoi to mtfye the goods In a hurry. By holding t of them at regular profits but enabl#you to buy first class merchandise ow the mutual good thus created will make and Dainty Muslin Underwear £ fi1d £r fch?Ja.die€ thi* hot *®ather and the Bale came at the same time, enabling them to buy High Grade Shirt Waist and Muslin Underwear at extraordinary low values. 75 ladies fine white Waist sold up to $1.75, long ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

v. s-,: - mm I , = **WW 5HH to rob mt of the J« appears In the by the writer— II Into two ma ad the essentially !b> lar- tr lb l||i hut there still rt . Jttch that Is piquanWand r- to the Western Interest. ng doors of some of iters are convenient shrines, writer has sean the audl- etween the acts "busy with _ tlons und vows before the je of Budda. Thot the Imagin- ation of .lapaaeae audience la irgely independent, of scenic lllu- Ions would appear from thfl fol- lowing statement*[ "The stage attendants frequently upon the scenes during the id In black robes with mask* same oolor, which are sup- to render them Invisible to Hence. The most glaring stake place before the very people, and yet all pres. k as If they had not seen or Inything they were not In- to aee or hear. For Instance tSr «&*■&%% loyalty to hj Wtftftp!,, leaves the alr , -%!t child fell, a cloth v wa« Its face and the actor th from a box a woolen hole sudlence as bttt an Interlude Oato, one fmwnr was illowed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

I: ( ! I J i I \ I <M WINS' «NW| 'VU*' " mm /* t rJ " Ladies Oxfords See our new styles, just ar- rived* in Patent Vici's and Colts from $2.50 to $3.50 Most complete line of White and Colored Caovas Oxfords in McKinney from $1.00 to $3.50 Per Pair J. A. WATERS SHOE STORE McKinney Texas OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ OOOO ">000000000000^ '■—n-j I «v. . v • * ' It Is About Time You Should Begin to Think About Laying in a Supply of Reliable Drugs, Against Sudden summer ills and the ravage* of sunburn, freckles, etc. Our stock of Drugs, Toilet Arti- cles, etc., is complete in every department, and our prices are very reasonable. Give us a call when in need of anything in our line, Emerson Drug Store. "Let us fill your prescriptions." Phone 400. South Bide Square. ^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO t i I f i f ❖ t X I SOME PEOPLE Want only the best That's the reason they will demand their Grocer to send them | White Billows i I ,L0U„ I X f ❖ % Y i 0 Its made from all V A o Texas Soft wheat X 1 i The People v ...

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