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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 August 1908

THE WI^KUT DEMOCRATGAZKTTK, THURSDAY, A 1*0. 27 1008. * PROHIBITION COMMITTEE That itH organisation remain In tart, that Sterling P. Strong contln- iio as executive chairman, with head- quarters In Dallas. and thai the plan of future work be left largely to the discretion of the chairman, mid an advisory committee, wan the deter- mination yesterday of the Democrat - Ic prohibition subsnlsdon committee, at a meeting held In Dallas. The committee met In an executive ses- sion, which continued through the morning and afternoon. Though little WiiB made public re- garding the committee's decisions, the earnpalgn will now rest more largely on the merltH of prohibition rather than the submission of that Issue. "A list has been published of State Senators, constituting an obstructive minority," said Chairman Strong. "We find that the Senatorial districts of a number of Senators listed In this minority rave submission a sub- stantial majority, and wc figure that It would be dangerous for the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 August 1908

Perkins, WtlU'r B. WUnoii, Publisher* and Proprietor*. Iduudalr, AwicUle Editor. un second-class mull mutter. Subscribers—The date printed ,_elte your nnine oil the margin the paper or ou the wrapper indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription is puid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any Bubscrlber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. Kk || Mj We do not send receipts for money paid on subscription, but credit same on slip attached to paper; if credit is not shown on slip In ten days from date of remittance, notify this office. disinheriting a chii.i>. Some years ago the father of a minister disinherited his son because the latter changed his denomination- al creed, quit one church and went into the ministry of another. By the recent death of his mother this minister received the share of the estate to which he was originally entltled. The incident raises the query: Has any father the moral right to disinherit a child? Which raises ano...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 August 1908

m% vf:*-• WIMM i-.i-.. THE WP lf .V DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, AUG. 27, 190*. i A PRINCETON HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO. /.. W. TAVLOK, Manager Hardware, Furniture, Queensuure Stoves and Tinware. Princeton, Texas Stock large, varied and new. Will not be under- sold for cash by any house in Collin County. Try us. yesterday on business. Mr. Chap- man In consul communder of Cotton wood Camp. No. 187, Woodmen of the World, at Allen. THe Spot CasH House <•<>m>ii' iu i \i. sinr.r vini:s. Will Hold Convention in Tort Worth S '|>t«>n,lH'r !•, HI, II. The convention of Commercial Secretaries to l>e hold at Fori Worth pn September !«. l< . 11 promises to be of unusual Interest to Secretaries and Commercial Club workers. A strong program, clearly revealing the practical workings of successful commercial organisations and sug- gesting a higher altitude of activi- ties and advanced methods of com- mercial club work will be presented in such a manner as to create intense ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 August 1908

M f> * \* F*- TB, THURSDAY. AUG. 27. l 08t Sale Starts H, Saturday, Aug. 29, at 9 a. m. 10c Ladies hose 5 Cents Ladies black Hose, worth 10c, on .sale at per pair 5c 10 Per Gent Goes to help build up our county school houses. Hammond will treat you right. Now every school house in Collin county will wear a new shingle or a new pain of glass. Send your trustees or committee to us. Get out and tell your friends about it. Hammond i.s go- ing to give to each school house 10 per cent of the goods bought from that dis- trict on that date. 7 l-2c Ticking 5c Straw Tick, good width. See it during this sale yard 5c ANY SUIT AT COST. Any Boy's 2-piece Suit See them. AT ACTUAL COST Profit Sharing Gut Prices On Silks and Woolen Goods $1.25 Black Silk 89c. Black Taffeta Silk, full one'yard wide, every thread pure silk, the kind that don't split. A bargain for you at a yard 89c 35c Cream Silk 19c. White Wash Silk will be sold at yard only 19c 76c White Silk 40c. Cream White Silk, full one yard ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 August 1908

7W - '" THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZEf TE, THURSDAY. AUO. 27, 1908. iy. '~#«vV . WPk ' • patronage and we appreciate it, too, and vVe want to show how each school house in Collin County 10 per cent of the sales for neighbors and tell them to buy all they can on such a day, set by day means a dime. Ten cents or a new window glass, or a new 'ery one from your district will be waited on. •* 1 ! each yard 7c quality dress ginghams on sale at yard Cotton batts, worth 10c, on sale at each 7 c c Safety Pins 5c 2 cards safety pins on sale at 5c 15c Suspenders 9c Men s slide suspenders at pair 9c Profit Sharing Cut Prices On Shoes and Slippers 25c Kind Soft Sole 19c. Baby Slices, moat all shades, broken sizes. See them during this grand profit sharing sale at pair only 19c $1 25 Kind Ladies Shoes 50 pair la- 'iies Dongola Shoes, well worth 81.25 pair. All out in one lot at pair only 95c $1 75 Men's Shoes at $1 45 . 85 paii men's Satin ef. Lace and Congress Shoes, all leath- er. See them at pair $...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 August 1908

m < ■ - ■ < - ,*- ... t . ■ : . "" :'SW . "tf fev-i - '? ' 'f\ f HP WHY COUNTY SHOULD PAVE Hon. \V. M. Abernathy. in con- verHatlori with a Courier Gazette re- porter Friday said: "Tin' assessed value of property In tli** city of Me- Kinney i $2,100,000. The county road and bridge tax paid by the cit- izens of McKlnney is 15 cent* on the $100 worth of property, which amounts to something over $:t«00 paid annually by the citizens of the city. In view of thin the people ol McKlnney are by all the rules of right and justice entitled to have the county pave the public square a* least," aud this should begin right away, because there Is no more op- portune time for this work than right now." A !• wiilifill Friend. "I have used Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy since it was first Introduced to the public In 1X72. and have never found one Instance where a cure was not speedily effected by Its use. 1 have been a commercial traveler for eighteen years, and never start o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 August 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, AUp. 27, t 08. ARTY IN POWER CAUSE OE RAISE Washington, Auk. 28.- The rail- roads us wall uh some other I>Ik corporations ur# undoubtedly eiu- iMu rafhiin; the party in power, which Ik Juki now being forced lo light for continued control of the Government. The liu i tiasc In . ailroad rates, while i It only affected Southern States, haf tnidouLitediy embarrassed Uic Repiili- | Means TN y ntttllstf that it is iiupoj- to makc big shipper* in other ictlone Indies tiini there will not e an Increase in the rales on their lpments as soon a is election has used. f Democrats in Washington, at east, assert boldly that the increase in rates in lha South and Southwest 0|waa decided upon because these l%Stat«s are known to lie certain to caat their electoral votes for Bryan [lfland Kern. There was no increase in rates in any of die doubtful states fact which is regarded as of the ut- iost significance as indicating the direction of the sympathies of the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 August 1908

- ^ WRWKI.T 17, lift; ... _ ^ sends his thanks r Hlllaboro. Tex.', Aug. 26.—Hon. C. J F. Greenwood who, as temporary chairman of the recent state Demo-; era tie conventJon. signed a eongrat-1 ttlmtory telegram that by reHuludoii of tile convention was forwarded to Hon. Wl J. Bryan, ia In receipt of a letter of acknowledgment from Mr. Bryau, Of which the following is a copy: Lincoln, Neb.. Aug. 18.—Hon. C. F. Greeuwoood. Hlllsboro, Tex.: My Dear Sir—1 am In receipt of your tele- gram conveying greetings of the Texas State convention und pledging a ma- jority of 250,000. I am deeply grateful for the loyalty that Texas has always shown, and ex- pect her to head the colmn this year In majorities. My compliments and kindest regards to all of them. Very truly yours, W. J. BRYAN. posterity, aud we can assure the peo- ple of Armstrong county that they have gulned and not lost by their having made their home among her cltlseus. Wylle, Aug. 24. Advertised Letter Mat Aug. 9ft. WYLIK. Miss Ceci...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 August 1908

VWK WPffJfl.T nBMOrRAT-OAZWt TE. THURSDAY, AUG 27, 1908 "W Don't Wait,,. Until Yon Get a $1000.00 before you start a bunk account. We would lots rather have 10 customers with $100 than one with a $1000.00 We Offer You SECURITY ACCURACY COURTESY Our capital, surplus, undi\ Ided profits and personal liability guarantee It. Auk any cus- tomer of this bank. Let us show you. Wo are insured against robbery day and night. We respect- fully solicit your account whether large or small. Collin County National Bank W. 1$. NKWSO.MK, Pre*. J. L. WHITH, Cashier. Mcliluney, Texan. Determine to Save and You Can Save ' THE WILL BAKES THE WAY We want to encourage the beginning on the part of The Young Folks with their small savings; The itrend Winners striving to accumulate funds for the pur- chase of a home; The liiisincss People saving surplus income or accumulating a competency for old ago. And we solicit the patronage of The Well-to-l>o for the conveniences afforded and the income provided, an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 August 1908

.— w *. Hm: ^■F THE WEEKLY DKMOCRAT-OAZETTB, THURSDAY, AUG. *7, IMS. $ A GREAT ENTERPRISE IS M'KINNEY'S MILL r — One of the really great enterpris- es of thU city is the Collin County Mill und Elevator Co"*, plant, which Is located on the Central tracks, just east of the huslnetM portion of the city. The enterprise i known all over the state known ax well mh any mill (hat can be named, for It's products have made pleaded custom- era, and pleaaed customers are the best advertisers. Most of uk have lived here and un- consciously watched tliIk mill and It s business grow und become a state proposition In a business way. We have done this very thing and never dreamed of how the mill wan building, all the time, gradually reaching 0111 ia huslness till you can hardly tclI how far It does reach In a business wuy. after new trade. Only ii few days ago a Dally Cour- ier-Gazette and Weekly Democrat- Gazette man was in the Postal tele- graph office and heard the operator say he had just receiv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 September 1908

WK.NTY-I IFTH VK'VIt, NO. .11. McKINNKY, COLLIN COl.NTY, TK VAS. Till RSDA\. SEPTEMBER .1. IIMW. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR VICTIM OF MUST REPORT TO CALLED TO MARRIAGE EMINENT HOR- WATER GIVES UP BAD ACCIDENT SUPERINTENDENT PENNSYLVANIA AT MELISSA TICULTURIST LOST BRACELET O. I Wilcox of A ninth was here Saturday and gave u leporter the particulars of the accidental shooting of Jim Burchett, the six- year-old son of J. H. Burchett, who resides about n mile and a half north of Arduth. The little, fellow had gone home with hi* brother, George Burchett, who resides about three miles east of Melissa, and dur- ing the evening Mr. George Burch- ett picked up his pistol, and had it in his hand when the fatally were | called to supper, lie started to lay it down or had put It down, when it j In some manner accidentally fell and ' was discharged, the bullet entering (the left leg of tile little boy, near Jibe thigh. Medical assistance was |,quickly summoned and lie was |borne home, where at last re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 September 1908

lii^ X i -' ' I 3$ % 5*- SPK*' ''' "' , Weight n>.,r not only in pounds, but in life and health-giving qualities comes with every sack of White Billows Flour. It is made from selected wheat, and milled by a process that does not destroy its brain and brawn building properties. It is thejbest household flour made in this country today. Full money's worth both in weight and quality every time. I | Everything you want in that line | X here V Collin County Mill and,Elevator Company McKINNEY, TEXAS. THB WEEKLY DEllOCRAT-QA**T4TB. THURSDAY, BRPT, 3. 1 08. Ill . WINDOW G L AS S t t y X T t t I y ♦I* TO ADVERTISE THIS STATE Fort Worth. Tex., Auk. 2 .—O. P. Thomas, chulrman of the t.ummttUH' I on ('onnty Fairs of the Texas (.'< • - merclal Secretaries' Association, has evolved an extensive plan for the State Association of Commercial Secretaries to advertise Texan, and the dotu 11k of the plan will he sub- mitted at the convention at Fort Worth on Sept. y, Hi und 11 for their endorseme...

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

: Sfe. i { S I THURSDAY, , 1*01. A GRAND New Premiums Just Opened See Them 10c Ladies hose 5 Cents Ladies black Hose, worth ]0e, on sale at per pair 5c 10 Per Gent Goes to help build up our county school houses. Hammond will treat you right. Now every school house in Collin county will wear a new shingle or a new pain ol glass. Send your trustees or committee to us. Get out and tell your friends about it. Hammond is go- ing to give to each school house 10 per cent of the goods bought from that dis- trict on that date. 7 l=2c Ticking 5c Straw Tick, good width. See it during this sale yard 5c ANY SUIT AT COST. Any Hoy's 2-piece Uit See them. AT ACTUAL COST Mt Sharing Gut Prices On Silks and Woolen Goods $1.25 Black Silk 89c. Black Taffeta Silk, full one yard wide, every thread pure silk, the kind that don't split. A bargain for you at a yard 89c 35c Cream Silk 19c. White Wash Silk will be sold at yard only 19c 75c White Silk 49c. ('ream White Silk, full one yard wide. See it this sale...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 September 1908

— 1 THE WIBWICf.V DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THTRSDAY. SEPT. 3. 1 08 SHARIN ;ral patronage and we appreciate it, too, and we want to show how give each school house in Collin County 10 per cent of the sales for four neighbors and tell them to buy all they can on such a day, set by that day means a dime. Ten cents or a new window glass, or a new at ever)' one from your district will be waited on. each Cotton batts, worth 10c, on sale at each 7 c yard 7c quality dress ginghams on sale at yard 4 15c Suspenders 9c 8c Safety Pins 5c 2 cards safety pins on Men's slide suspenders sale at at pair 5c 9c Profit Sharing Cut Prices On Shoes and Slippers 25c Kind Soft Sole 19c. Baby Shoes, most nil shades, broken sizes. See them during this grand profit sharing sale at pair oulv 19c $125 Kind Ladies Shoes 05c. 50Tpair la- dies Dongola Shoes, well worth 81.25 pair. All out in one lot at pair oulv 95c $1.75 Men's Shoes at $1 45 -to paii 'men's Satin cf. Lace and Congress Shoe*, a 11 ^leath- er. See them at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 September 1908

t ■"■w bH •, K' fc, • IADLY SLASHES NEGRO WOMAN lack Jones, a young negro niau, was arrested Thursday aft of *00 u by Deputy Sheriff Tony McDonald, Im- mediately following a cutting affray in which ln severely cut Mary n negro woman, about the face and head, with a knife He was brought before Judge Church and slated that he wanted to enter a plea of guilty to aggravated assault. Judge Church, however, communicated with the physician* aitendfng the Injured wo- man, lni|ulriiiK the nature of her in- Jurlesi, and on being Informed that they were severe. lie refused to ac- cept the proffered plea, but ordered the prisoner to jail to await a charge of assault with Intent to kill. General Debility Pay In and day out there U that feeling of weaknt itii f tint nmketi u burden of itself. Food doe* not vt renutben. Sleep it wm not rofrrah. It is hurd to tin, hard to hear, what •hiailit he ea*jr,—■vitality in on the ebb, uud ,the whole Dj'Ktem suffers. For tins lotiililloii take Hood's Sarsapa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 September 1908

■ .. ;t <£*■■■ *' life'M ULU.LU ill ... th® weekly democrat-gazette. thcrrda y, sept 3, 1968. iitfiimttiiHiiimmimsifmtiiHiUiimmmmiiminniiM IV. Barnes "QUALITY CORNER" mmmmmamammmummm Awaiting ^ Your J September Orders Will c. TSSS^. m I We have as fine a line of groceries as it is possible to assemble. Those who are particular about what they eat should be pleased with what we are able to furnish. It is to particular people that we cater. We invite you to try us in full confidence that we will be able to please you. You will find our prices just as attractive as the goods, which is saying a whole lot. # Barnes & Gerrish GROCERIES and PRODUCE .it! Phones 94 and 525 McKinney. Texas :: 52 Gerrish •. • • • « • • • • • • • • • • • *>■ * • * • • •« a « • «• • • • • • « •> -« • • • • «' • * • • • • • • • • • • « • « • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • We • • •• • • -• • • • « • •1* •r# • • • • • • • • • • • • • « • • • • • *1 • • • • • • • • • « • • DEMOCRATIC CLUB MEETS In respon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 September 1908

p., •. .' I The Democrat-Gazette PUBL18HED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. IVrkiiix, Welter B. Wilma, Editors, Publishers mid Proprietor*. Sumner IjiihIiiIi', ,4wMNialc Editor. Entered as second-class mull matter. _j To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription is paid. All subscriptions expire 011 the Arst of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will pleats notify us. We do not send receipts for money paid on subscription. but credit mime on h!Ip attached to paper; if credit la not Hhown on Klip in ten day* from date of remittance, notify thin office. 11 TEXAS FOlt PROHIBITION. From present ludlcnttona the next legislature iu the State of Texas will submit the n'testion of state- wide prohibition t« the vote of the people, and In view of the fact that over one hundred and fifty counties of the state are now dry under the county local option law It is not diffi- cult to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 September 1908

THE WFKKI.Y DEMOCRAT-OAZET TE. TH!RSDAY. 8EPT. 3. 19«S 1fil \Viil I'll II jr! linn Mcki bl con Km i is M 4 reli it'Wli go| u s( t M tilt II l>l am linnl I nl Itmil ho I n. Iiim It r1'1 1 I pU If am 111 lit le su 1 111! Te Dr. for bclioj E. , as H I Ch i [too lit bs In if,, ia i* >1 111 I |n«y I'll ■rvl( has |vcr. .'ill J: 7, Iher, ;ln ilS 111.' 1 ? In lie pi u ti liny las 11 lla \ lous l. a Mill hi J'' l s 1 lied | 1 - < • i > 4 coi II l-.ll lO.j |°i l J si 1< l A BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND RING GOLD WATCH AND A VALUABLE ORGAN GIVEN AWAY BY CERTAIN BUSINESS FIRMS OF McKINNEY MISSISSIPPI CONFEDERATES A number of the enterprising business men of McKinney have Inter- ested iliemselv 's in giving away. Ai «>1 tiI♦ !> FKICK, a beautiful Diamond Ring, a Gold Watch and a Valuable Organ. The Or nan is to be given to the organization receiving "it' greatest number of voii'h. and the Diamond Ring and Gold Watch to tin* two in- dividuals rwelvinn the greatest number of votes; tin* ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 September 1908

kw Fall Goods Are Arriving Daily and we must have room—All Summer Goods must be closed out during the next 10 days. Mr. Knight has just returned from New York and other eastern markets where he spent several weeks selecting JH the big fall stock for his several stores. Some of the greatest bargains of the year will be found at this store during the next few days. ::::::::::::: AftlERIC&N HEAlliY btjle 426 Kal.imt.Jou Cursut Co., lii.ker* American Beauty Corsets Best wearing and most perfect-fitting corset on the market. Try an Ameri- can Beauty---you will wear no other. Big Embroidery Bargains 60 pieces new 5c Embroidery, yd.. .3C 70 pieces extra nice 7 l-2c Embroid- ery, yard Qc 20 pieces wide 25c corset cover Em* broidery, sell the yard ........ 0c $ 7,000.?? Dollars worth of new Fall Goods opened at our store the past ten days. New Ginghams, Bordered Percales, New Dress Goods, Shoes and Furnishings, etc. Special Hosiery Bargains 20 dozen men's 10c black hose, on sale the pair...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 September 1908

TME WJ6WKT.Y DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THFHBDAY, SEPT 3. 1!>0K U. -1 2HIKS MAIiY IX)YK THANKF1X i Thee Papers and Loyal l''Hc'Ull ill Popular OmU'M. I desire to thank my many RduDch friends throughout the city and coun- ty for the loyal support you haVe rendered me in the contest Just rins- ed; notwithstanding there wbk an er- ror, which wan wholly unintentional oti the part of all concerned, and has I'f n settled HHtiBlui'toriIj to all. I wish to say in behalf of Editors Perk1 in and Wilson, that I have al- wayn found them, and still find them, stralghtforwat d business men, who believe in, and practjie justice to alt with whom they have any dealing**. I also wish to thnnk th« judges for their lair and impartial con tit, and congratulate the editors In their selection of mime. Wishing the Daily Courier-Ouselte and Weekly Deniocrat-Oazctte ih<• continued prosperity and popularity, which they so Justly merit, I am their personal well-wisher, friend and patron. MAftY LOVE. Miss OL \l \ ...

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