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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 September 1908

twispi. ■ the weekly democrat-oazbtte. thursday, sept. t, 190*. Are You Working On A Salary? If ho, your tiiHt thought ought to be to form the regular hab- it of laying aside no tut* portion of it to provide against u rainy tit* \. or perhaps to im* day enable you to no into business for yourself. There In no method of investing votir savings which offers greater advantaged in the wa\ of safety, availability and good Interest than does a savings account in the Gollin County National Bank WE FAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. W. B. NKWSOME, Pres. J. L. WHITE, Cashier. ,M« Kinney, Texas. 'f Determine to Save and You Can Save THE WILL MAKES THE WAY We want to encourage the beginning on the part of The Young Folks with their small savings; The Bread Winners striving to accumulate funds for the pur- chase of a home; The Business I'eople saving surplus income or accumulating a competency for old age. And we solicit the patronage of The Well-So-l>o for the conveniences afforde...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 September 1908

Ig Septem er Trades Day The McKinney Commercial Club has arrangud for another big Trades Day, to be given on Monday, Sept. 21, 1908. More and better premiums are to be given, and they have planned to make this the greatest ol all similar occasions. See the following list of premiums offered, and get ready to enter the contest. For the best display of farm products, to include the greatest variety and best quality of products from one farm $5.00 For second best 3.00 There must be at least three different kind of products in each entry. For the best horse colt under 1 year old $5.00 For second best 2.50 For best filly colt under 1 year old 5.00 For second best 2.50 For best fancy work 3,00 For second best 2.00 AMUSEMENTS AND ENTERTAINMENTS Mr. T. F.Jordan, the noted bee man, will give a de- monstration on the public square in which he will show the advantages of bee culture, showing how to handle and make money on bees. FOR PUBLIC WEDDING To the couple who will agree to be publicly ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 September 1908

<,v , Jjrf . . e.Mt.< , ■-")! TWENTY-FIFTH YEAH, NO. McKINNEY, COLLIN COITNTY, TEXAS. THITKNDAY, SHIM'. 10, I JM S. ONE l>OM AIC IMUt YEAH. FATAL ACCIDENT ON INTERURBAN The first fatal accident on the Dallas-Sherman Interurban occurred a mile Boutli of AI It'll about S o'clock Friday morning, when Morris Fell*, aged thirty-five years, was struck by a southbound tar and Instantly kill- ed. The unfortunate man was an "em- ploye* of tin* Texas Company, whose oil pipe line parallels the Jnterur- han track, as does also the H. & T. C. railroad, and he was a member of a force of workmen engaged In mak- ing some repairs along the pipe line near this point. After finishing the work at the particular place at which he had been engaged, Felix picked up his working tools and started down tlie Interurban track, walking Bouth. About that time the southbound morning II A; T. P. pas- senger train came rolling by on the nearby track, and Felix, whose at- tention was directed toward the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 September 1908

K-: , the well known and tailor and gems ler, has returned from a busl- trip to Celina and Prosper. He a fine business. Lea* has been In business In McKinney for several years aud ban gradually increased his stock and scope of business utitll it is now county-wide. I^eaa knows the boys from evwry nook and cor- ner of old Collin. YET SELECTED How to <«et Strong. free from it. It may develop so slowly a* to cause little if any disturbance during the whole period of childhood. It may then produce dy^| «*| Hia, ca- tarrh, and marked tendency to con- sumption, before causing eruptions, VV. I) VVtmlom. of the supervising sore* or swellings. [architect's office of the United States To get entirely rid of it take thegreat J Treasury Department, who ban been blood-ptirillcr, j here si net* Wednesday morning in- Hood's Sarsaparfllafaf™ In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets Land Home Federal building secured known a Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1. (for McKinney, left Thursday after- pmmrnm...

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

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. SEPf. 10. l 0«. ! J ? t y T f y ♦:♦ We are ready with the most complete and largest variety of the season s latest fabrics, consisting of $40,000 worth of mens, young mens and boys suits, overcoats and 5 furnishing goods, that has been our pleasure before to put on display for your most particular and critical inspection. We have added to our immense collection a great- o % er assortment, and you can find in our store, that which we have striven for the last three years, that is, the largest clothing and furnishing store in north Texas. T OUR SHOWINGS consist of all the "Just Outs" in Brown, Gray, Greens, in fact any style and color you may desire. Men's Suits $5.00 up to - $30.00 X Young Men's C99 C/l Suits $5 up to y ■ y ~ *1* I O I'R assortment consists of the favorably known houses of w B. Kuppenheimer & Co., Michel, Stern & Co., Ederheimer, Stein & Co., Cohen & Lang and Rogatz Brothers. ? i 4 4" Boy's Suits $2.00 up to - I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 September 1908

aft r, BSBff 4 ■ ?3! T1IM^ §|H||Sf ;>• ■ ■ = DEPOT AT DALLAS Austin. Sept. 9.—Tlit« railroad com- mission met Tuesday and took up the September dock- t. There was a good attendance. The flrt.1 ' .atter taken up was the proposed r der requiring better depot facflitier .y the Missouri, Kunsas and Texa* illway at Dallas. A. H. Mc- Knl i. assistant general attorney of tK road, asked that the matter be not I reeented at this time; that the Katy has hopes or scion getting Into a union depot with all the road-. entering Dal- las except the Texas and Pacific aud the Houston and Texas Central. He ■aid that If complaints were caused by lark of separate waiting rooms for whites and negroes this might be eured. Comralssoner Colquitt said that the principal complaint was because of Inconvenience to passengers entering and leaving cars there. General Superintendent McDowell of the Katy said that all roads entering Dallas, except the Houston and Texas Central and the Texas and Pacific bad agree...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 September 1908

, ' THTP T npMnrR 4T-OA7IWT' TMT'Rc".t)AY, SKPT l«. 1<*0S Are You Working On A Salary? i. 1 a ■t r |t> 11 < I ii( l>y )r. id th [if I >11 I)>1 Mil In- of Ire It h ■its len j c- fr* Ik hi ■< >r 111 •k lot- It T St.. >1! h lf lid lii - lut In \u\ t If ho. your IIrut thought ought to be to form the regular liah- lt of laying abide Home portion of it to provide against a rainy day, <>r perluip* to some day enable you to so into business for yourself. There Is no method of investing your savltiRS which offer* greater advantage* in the way of safety, availability and good Interest tlian does a saving* account In the Collin County National Bank WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. W. B. NKWSOMK. Pres. J. WHITK, Cashier. .McKlnney, Texa*. mmmMsmtmuaum Determine to Save and You Can Save THE WILL HAKES THE WAY We want to encourage the beginning on the part of The Young Folk* with their small savings; The Iti-end Winners striving to accumulate funds ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 September 1908

' +'■ . -p ' % . jy' ';' TH1 WRWWI T DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. KPT 10. 1908 1 == few 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 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. : : : : : : : : : : ; /'i IA AMERICAN BEAUTY St>.e ,26 Kalama<roo Corset Co.. Maum 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 5cjEmbroidery, yd.. .3C 70 pieces extra nice 7 l-2c Embroid- ery, yard Qc 20 pieces wide 25c corset cover Em- broidery, sell the yard 1 Qc $ 7,OOO.oo Dollars worth of new Fall Goods opened at our store the past ten days. New Ginghams, Bordered Percales, New Dress Goods, Shoes and Furnishin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 September 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, SEPT 10. 190* * ,1 Bis: September Trade D: LV The MeKinney Commercial Club has arranged for another bi£ Trades Day, to be given on Monday, Sept. 21, 1(M)<S. More and better premiums tire to be given, find they have planned to make this the greatest of all similar occasions. See the following li>t of premiums offered, and get ready to enter the contest. For the best display of farm products, to include the greatest variety and best quality of products from one farm $5.00 For second best 3.00 There'must be at least three different kind of products in each entry. For the best horse colt under 1 year old $5.00 For second best 2.50 For best filly colt under 1 year old 5.00 For second best 2.50 For best fancy work 3,00 For second best 2.00 AMUSEMFNTS AND ENTERTAINMENTS Mr. T. F. Jordan, the noted bee man, will give :i de- monstration on the public square in which he will show the advantages <>i bee culture, showing how to handle and make ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 September 1908

V w. >i THK WEEKLY D&MOCIUT-OAZET TE, THURSDAY, ftEPT 10. I «8. __ .. Heads may hurt a most high aoundin;; tit It* painted on them, Hut you don't eat thi head*. What you want «V« .M..# The Flour in the Barrel If the barrel comes from us there will be no disappointment about the llour, even if you don't cart* for the design on the barrel head On the contrary you'll declare it the finest flour you ever used and the most economical. Shall your grocer send you a sack of White Billow# Flour? \ M \M \<~n ltEI 11Y Collin County Hill^and Elevator Company McKINNEY, TEXAS. CANDIDATES ARE COMPARED Youngstown. O., Sept. 5.—The na- tional Republican campaign was open- ed In this state at Youngstown Hut urday. Senator Beveridge of Indiana, one of the princ ipal speakers, compar- ed Bryan and Tafl in these words: This I* a campaign of candidates, even more thnn of platform. The ques- tion Is not which candidate la most upright, patriotic, bravo, for both are equally no Both mean equally ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 September 1908

1 « ijBgPlHipPt - sn ,z THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. SEPT 10. IttOH '2rJ PENS FAREWELL TAKES ACID Nhwh was i eceived l.tfrt Tuesday of the suicide of Letter Branch. hum of J. T. Brunch, formerly of (his city, which occurred «t Fort Worth. The following account of the mil affair is taken from yenterd ty's Fort Worth Record: "This Is the last letter you will re- ceive from me, my dear; good-by. Your fond husband. "LESTER BRANCH." After having written the forego- ing to his wife. Maude Branch, Les- ter Branch, a saloonkeeper oil the corner of Fifteenth and Hunk streets. .swallowed about an ounce of carbolic add, and within it few min- utes died. The affair happened between I and 5 o'clock Tuepdn> afternoon In a room over hits saloon. The deed was discovered by bis wife within a very few minutes alter the carbolic add was taken. A physician was called and he arrived within a few momenta! but too late to be of any er vice. No cause could be assigned for the deed and througho...

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

i' , * , L A 'r \ * Man WriU'r B. Wllmtn, l*ubll ticrt and l roprJeu>m. Humner iMmdiile, Associate Editor. «HBH5SHL.X111_X !_ J. HI " Bntored as second-class mail matter. gg^Wg^g'^PBI- 1 '■ i ' ' 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 on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. H——111 ' i ' ' "i ■ - ♦ ■■ — "■ 11 * ■■ '■ We do not send receipts for money paid on subscription, but credit same on slip attached to paper; if credit Is not shown ou slip in ten days from date of remittance, notify this office. Every day it looks more like a Bryan and Kern victory. Hryan Is looming larger every day on the political horizon. No excuse for idleness in Grand- oldcoliyi loo much cotton to jnck und corn to gather. (Jet busy. Don't forget McKinney's Trade Day. Monday, Sept. 21. It promises to be the b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 September 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. thursday, sept. 10. 1908. lu It- li- 1 a i COTTON CLUB AND CARNIVAL tion \v. H. Patterson of Dallas, State manager of Hit* Hurt ford Life Insurance Company, was In .McKin- ney In the interest of bis com pany. Ha has appointed Frank O. Dowoll district manager of Tho Hai l lord a' McKinney. Gen. Patier- aon wa t'n1 first old line company to qualify under the Robertson act by making I lie required Investments tit tho State. (Jon. Pnttersou Is one of the host known men in the State. He is an enthusiast in the development of the South and eapeobilly of Dalian and North Texan, Just at present ho 1h engaged in working up Interest in the Texas Cotton Club, whose object will bo to enlarge tho demand for rot ton products and goods every- where, particularly among the mem- bership • >t tho club, which Increased demand will tend to higher prices for tho South'n greatest staple. In line with Its object, the membership of the club will agree, for six months in tho ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 September 1908

IfX i-m&R '' ■ mm AM WATER BP Famous for its |KiMtv «4> |>(ii Hf-li tin Ihiu It never fall* to iu- rnwur your ircijhl the Ami week.* IT JIKAt TIF1KS THK CO.MPLRX- ION. INVKH'KATKH THK <*>N8TITtr. tion <^r .4^ tmm xfkvocs svs. T!'i. < I'llKM INDIGESTION. IHSHOIAKN GALL STONE. RKMOVFM l l(K' ACII). VtieiilKVKH KHKITM VI ISM RKNOV.4THK THK ltl.OOI>. —Sold II) — Clower&Woodall North Side Drug Store MtKINNLY. TLXAS Everything Elegant in Photography at GREENWOODS STUDIO Best Material, Latest Styles, Most Desirable Results, Reas- onable Prices Is Our Watch- word. Kodak Finishing a Specialty. Beaatifal Line Fine Post Cards on hand Phone 600 McKinney, Texas <'LIFFT. Jno. m. Wilson was Wylie Friday. John Mnpp wax in Wylie Saturday. Kelcy Davis was in Wylie Thurs- day. w. k. Latham was in Wylie Sat- urday. Mr. Toi Griffin was in Wylie Sat- urday. Mr. SuppUigton went to Green- ville today. Mr. lee Mollis mine in from Sher- man Sunday. .1. m. Wilson has purchased ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 September 1908

MclilN NKY, <X>LI.IN <'OI NTV, TK.\ \S. Tilt RSDAY. KKri'KMItKU, 17. I MOM. ONK IMILLAK PER Y10 Alt DOVES HAVE TWO MONTHS TO LIVE On account of previous game laws of Texan opening the season for wild doves on Sept. I, some people have the Imp region that they can now lawfully shoot those birds, seemingly forgetting the fuct that the 30th leg- islature changed the season for doves to make it conform to that ttxed for quail and other game birds. It will be almost two months yet before the season will open for the shooting of any native game bird, and those who shoot them prior to November 1 will be lllTlile to prose- cution and the inliictlon of sin h pen- alties as are prescribed by the law On account of the erroneous im- pression that the dove season is open the game wardens all over the State have been instructed to use the lit most dlligeuce In detecting violations of the law and to prosecute them in the courts. Ignorance of the terms of the statute does not excuse its vi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 September 1908

negro vagrants infesting Me- with no visible meant) of ;, yet having constitutional an- y to industry. refusing to eat id by the sweat of their brow, ^ng cake In the shade, are re- it quite n "stirring up" from sheriff's department. The olfl- ^ rern have notified them that they must either go to work or the county will give them a Job In improving the public highways. The cotton fields are white for pickers, the sup- ply not being equal to the demand, and the officers have made it plain that si nee there Ih uo reason why the loafing negroes should not work, they must either "get busy" or be arrested for vagrancy. How to CJet Strong. P. J. Dai.V, of 1247 W. Congress St.. Chicago, tells of a way to be- come strong. He says: "My moth- er, who Is old and was very feeble. Is deriving so much benefit from Electric Milters, that I feel It's my duty to tell those who need a tonic and strengthening medicine about it. In my mother's case a marked gain in flesh resulted. Insomnia has been over...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 September 1908

THK WPWI.Y DEMOCRAT-OAZETTE. THURSDAY, SEPT. 17. 190#. .'Ol u I k t"J 111] 1 ''I ■in] IAILEY OPENS COOKE FAIR Oaiuesvtlle, Texas, Sept. Hi. The third annual fair of tin* Cooke Coun- ty Fair Association has opened. Many visitor* lire in the city. The exhibition consists of a display of many fruits and vegetables, artistic needlework and the handiwork of the sq|tool children. A good rare meet in on and forms a part of the general attractions. The fair will last the entire «week. The feature of the opening day was the short address of Senator J. W. Bailey. The main significance of Senator Bailey's short speech lies in t li«k fact that it com prises his first public utterance since loaving the caret of his northern physicians. Sen- ator Balluy spoke as follows: "Cnder ordinary circumstances I would speak at some length on this occasion, because I would like to point out how much exhibitions and competitions such as we are about to open heuetit those who cultivate the soil and breed our ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 September 1908

_ '■ \ ' Vv * f" . ' • I mmi; f * ¥ . Democrat-Gazette EVERY THURSDAY. W. IVrkin*, Walter II. Wilson, Hdlturw, l*ubll%lierM and Proprietor*. 8amu>r Lanmdale, Associate Editor. Entered hh second-class mail matter. — ... "" ■■" ' 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 pajd. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any •ubscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us • % We do not xeucl receipts for mom- paid on subscription, but credit same on slip attached to paper; If credit is not shown on slip In ten dayB from date or remittance, notify this office. Hearst continues to slander Bry- an. Hearst is a very small "punk- in," and Just one In (he hill. Speak nicely of your neighbor; you may want to run for office some day, or borrow something. A city judge In El Paso fined him- self $3.00 for violation of the ordi- nance against fast driving. The M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 September 1908

■Mw* man I THE WBHSKLT DEMOCRAT-OAZBTTE, THFR8DAY, SEPT 17. Iftrt*. |4* Are You Working On A Salary? ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ If no, your flrst thought ought to be to form the regular hab- it ot In«.!u-• aside some portion of it to provide against a rainy day. or perhaps to aoiue day enable you to go Into business for yourself. There 1" no method of Investing your savins- which offers greater advantage* In the way of safety, availability and good Interest than does a savings aciuuiit In the Gollin County National Bank J m ■ ■ I WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. W. It. NKWSO.MK, l're<«. •> L. WIIITK, Caviller. McKinney, Texas. Points That Interest You WE HAVE MONEY LOAN \\ II provide an absolutely safe place to deposit your money. / WE are noi an experiment but a grown, reall> existing reality. WE hn\p practiced sound, consistent conservative banking for thirty- eight years. WE are prosperous us well as pro- gressive and ME HIT WINK. WE give you the best of service as the res...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 September 1908

r£M is: September Trades The McKinney Commercial Club has arranged for another big Trades Day, to be given on Monday, Sept. 21, 1 (X)8. More and better premiums are to be given, and they have planned to make this the greatest of all similar occasions. See the following list of premiums offered, and get ready to enter the contest. For the best display of farm products, to include the greatest variety and best quality of products from one farm $5.00 For second best 3.00 There'must be at least three different kind of products in each entry. For the best horse colt under 1 year old $5.00 For second best 2.50 For best tilly colt under 1 year old 5.00 For second best 2.50 For best fancy work 3.00 For second best 2.00 AMUSEMENTS AND ENTERTAINMENTS Mr. T. F. Jordan, the noted bee man, will give a de- monstration on the public square in which he will show the advantages of bee culture, showing how to handle and make money on bees. FOR PUBLIC WEDDING To the couple who will agree to be publicl...

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