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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 September 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZBT TR, THURSDAY. SIJPT. 17. 11#0S. Art Millinery All the Latest-in Fall Hats Satins Felts Plush Velvets For Ladies, Misses awl Children. It's it pleasure to show our goods, so call and enjoy the New York and Paris fashions. Prices reasonable. MRS. J. C. HOOLE Located in F. W. Emerson's Dry Goods Store KltO.M ( AIT. KICilAKDSOV Passing Through IVairli1 lleli—>l«vi- lli K Many old Landmarks. fiv 4* Last Monday evening after an cx- ceedlnglv warm drive from M< Kin- ney, we reined up our faithful steed at the home of .1. 15. F. Jone.s, three miles iieyond Culleoka. on Ihe Cope- vllle road, where we passed a most delightful night. These old Virginia folks know e.vaelly how to look out for I lie comfort of their friends. This estimable couple have been liv- ing in Texas since 1K82, and are now happily situated in life, owning i tine and productive farm, In a splen- did community, convenient to both church and school. They have one hod. and daughter still with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 September 1908

. -m r r —. 17. £ot>< ■ H Hp p. M mm H LOUR | LOUR a word picture about White Billows Flour that might seem xtravagftDl. But af- ter all you Judge flour by ItH performance, not our prowl*?*- Wo we auk you to try A SACK OF WHITE BILLOWS After you have used a little of it we expect you to he an enthusl- iist.lt pruis r of it thereafter. We endeavored long to make a flour that uo one could find fault with. Wc have succeeded and It is to be found at your local grocer'#. :OHDi:R A SACK TODAY: Collin County Mill & Eleva- tor Company, Manufacturers McKINNEY TEXAS «sess On the Run for Lincoln Paint The Paint to Put the Pyramids to Blush! Lots ami lots of paint look pretty—but for how long? What you want ami <letterve to get if you pay fairly for it is paint thai will last season after season of weather fair or inclement. Here's the mart for paint that wears. Prove it if jou call. . SCOTT & NEWSOME PAINT AND WALL PAPER McHINNEV, TEX. PROFESSIONAL DEPARTMENT OARDH OP VARIOUS ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 September 1908

8 THE WKKKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZKI TK. THIR8DA V, SEPT. 17. 190*. * i Hammond is Bick from Market Watch our smoke this fall. Never in thehiston of this More have we be* n better stocked. New goods arriving every day. New cloaks, new skirting, new woolen goods, new everything that can be found hi a first class dry goods store and this fall watch us for great, greater and graudei bargains. THE FAIR For Hie Hard Working Cotton Pickers We start this great cut price sale which starts Saturday morning, September 10t.li, lasting 12 days. Every bod v knows how hard the cotton picker works. They have our sympathy and to help them make their money go a long way we have cut the prices 011 many items that will make competition hov^l. Come to this sale and get your share of the bargain and your money back if not suited. THE FAIR SALE STARTS S E P T. 19TH LASTING 12 DAYS. See our NEW PREMIUMS 7c Outing 4c Light color out- ing. See it at a yard 4c 7 l-2c Handk's 4c Ladies cross bar white (handker- chiefs...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 September 1908

W. T Mitchell wife ami daughter Kmnia. Fred Mlt'hell wife and daughter, little Velum. went to Tlo- Ita lust week for n few day's vlsll. lit 11 Smith and family of T1ok«. apent a f;'W days of laal week with Row.* I jiwhou and wlrt. W. T Terrell mid family moved Into the house vacated by Carrol Cameron. Carrol Cameron h is Bone out «eit for a visit, and Mr* Faunle Ca mi'ron nnil lilt It* daughter aro •pending t> few weeks with her tiinthrr, Hr*. llillle W'ilttoti of Vine.v Grove. C. W Cgraoti and family vial ted rela'l at Blue Itldxe Sunday. Richard Anderson, wife and littU noti, visiter] relatives here Sunday Mr. John Havana, wife, and sister Miss Oenevah Havens of hong Neck. villi ted Misses Dora and Delia Carson one niKht '"ft week. Mr. Prealon Smith and wife of Viney drove moved Into the llOlim vacated by Mrs. Minnie Lovelady and children who have gone to hei father's, near Knuls. Mr. I rultt and wife of Fannin county are visiting his sister. Mrs W. N. Swagerty. Mr. Jim Lawsim ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 September 1908

. r ,c 1 : ^ - the wbbkly dbmochat-oazkttf?, th crura t. hept 17, 1mk ■ . ■■• mm** a > GOING EAST [ VIA THE WEST i l J. Frank Bell, writer of the uiterestiux letter, was tor- uiier oi « utst ulitu rvlsor of t 1 Siates 11 racurued lllt'SI till' ii.-: frleud*. [id wiit .ii urniux tu u good readers obsai \ a I i a series of consented tl l he ill HIS l t* CO i * (t'rof folio wi ii marly u prominent to; count) In wliii It lie I (rteuiln. He n u 8ii pa ucaiion tor ihe L'ultei hcrvica 1/. er there, In Aim ihii, married u pushed youuK lady briefly visit ou old I - >■ now with It Ik briii ■> w him in loathing. is rat Orteui. Pro;. 1 .'11 is hi rlptlve wriuir. Oui gat III" benefit i f hi; ou tin; long vo.u.iii,' in ters which Prof. Pall wrfie for our papers) Yokohomu, Japan, Aug. 1!), i.oi.s. The Mc Kin nay Democrat-Gazette; We It'll you Hi Sa.ii Francisco and w now proceed to give an account of ourselvus white Hero. Oil I lie night of July -lull ton lid t hu < we ware in th« "win...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 September 1908

GOLD WATCH AND A VALUABLE ORGAN J GIVEN AWAY BY CERTAIN BUSINESS FIRMS OF McKINNEY A number of the enterprising business infn of McKlnney have Inter- ested thenweivxH in giving away, Absolutely FREE, a beautiful Diamond King, a Gold Watch and a Valuable Organ. The Organ Ik to be given to the organisation receiving the greatest nugtber of votes, and the Diamond Ring and Gold Watch to the two In- dividual* receiving the greatest number of votea; the one receiving the greatest number of votes secures the Diamond King, and the one re- ceiving tlie next highest the Gold Watch. The plan Ik a novel one and at once commends Itself to the public, there being no outlay on the part of anyone other than the people who are doing thin to stimulate cashtrade, and, at the same time bestow valuable gifts that will l e permanent advertisements for them. Briefly stated, the plan Ik this: Each firm that Ik interested in the contest Is provided with voting tickets and for ten centB worth of good« purcha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

®p$J® .s'j tikchlg TWKN'TV-Kl FTH VKAIt, NO. l. McKIMNKV, OH,I,IN COt'NTY. TKXAK, THI'lt-HltY, SKIT, 21, IIMIM Hios oMi In n.l. \ |; i'l*:it YKAK, Mm y-\: TRADES DAY BIG SUCCESS The September McKinney Trades Hay. under the auspices of the Me- KMnny Commercial Club, attracted a law crowd to this city from every portion of the county and has prov- en a complete success from every point of view. Public Wiiltliii)!. The feature of the day was the public wedding which took place on the east Hide of the court house plaza at I I o'clock Monday morning, when. In the preaence of a great crowd «>f people, J. M Rut ledge and Miss Lyda McKinney, residing on route 2 out of this c ity, were united In marriage by lU-v. W. B. Cnrnes. thus securing the large list of pre- miums offered by the different busi- ness men of the city, under the aus- pice* of the Commercial Club, as fol- lows: Dinner. Commercial Club. Gloves for groom, Dick Allen. Gloves for bride. S T. Hammond. Nice comfort. F. W. Emer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

w yv; f ■a Is ki.-:. , P'V'W W\ 1 THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAESTTK, T1HR8DAY. SKIT. 24. 19*8. "S We Fly Pretty High !u the flour line. In the nianti fact tire of the While HIllows flour, the very bent brandH were taken as a model and Improved upon. That's Why White Billows has all the good qualities of others and some of its own beside. Try a suck for your next bak lug. It rout* no mon> than ordinary lira mix. It gtws all the Mil is faction of (lie very best. Sold by your grocer. Manufactured by VOTE IN MER- CHANTS CONTEST CollinfCounty Mill & Eleva- " mil -ft"•sw"— tor Companyy Manufacturers M.KLNXKY TKXAS aa •- ii mi On the Run for Lincoln Paint The Paint to Put the Pyramids to Blush! Lots ami lots of paint look | r«*t t y — I nit for how long? What you want ami deserve to get. if you pay fairly for it is paint that will last season after season of weather fair or inulement. Here's the mart for paint that wears. I'rove it it you call. SCOTT & INEWSOME PAINT AND WALL PAPER Mt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

t:"' rsw- ■ .- • * >. ... mmm' THE WIBWKI.T DBMOCRAT-OAZBT TK THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, t 0*. For the Hard Working Cotton Pickers We start this great cut, price sale which starts Saturday morning, September 19th, lasting 12 days. Everybody knows how hard the cotton dicker works. They have our sympathy ami to jelp them make their money go a long way we lave cut the prices on many items that will make competition howl. Come to this sale and get vour share of the bargain and your money back if not suited. THE FAIR Hammond Is Back from Market Watch our smoke this fall. Never in the history of this store have we been better stocked. New goods arriving every day. New cloaks, new skirting, new woolen goods, new everything that can be found 111 a tirst class dry goods store and this fall watch ns for great, graater and grander bargains. THE FAIR. SALE STARTS S E P T. 19TH LASTING 12 DAYS. See our NEW PREMIUMS 7c Outing 4c Light color out- ing. See it at a yard 4c 712c Handk's 4c Ladies cross b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

jr fiJfc t | Bout on, Sept. St.—J«(*« Pomeroy. one of the most notorious life pris- oner* In the Called State*, has en- tered upon the thlrty-aecond year of his confinement behind the gray wall* of the famous State Prison at Charlestown. All of these yearn have been paused In solitary con- flaement. When be was 14 years old, Poin- eroy was sentenced to prison for life for torturing and murdering lit- tle chlldreu. He Is now 48 years old. and looks to be much older. De- spite his long Incarceration, he ap- parently has hopes of a pardon, though he has never been given the •lightest encouragement. In the early 7<>'s Jesse Pomeroy and his crimes were discussed from one end of the country to the other. Boston and vicinity were In a state of terror, when one small child after another were discovered horribly beaten, and no clue to the perpetrat- or of the monstrous cruelties could be found. On the day after Christmas, 1K71. a child named Paine, living in Chel- sea, was found uncons...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

up. ■ .-v" i THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-O AZRTTE. THURSDAY, 8BPT 24. ISO*. r/00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000>000 cx^ o<- OOOCKXXXXWOOOO CANADA, HER PROSPEROUS PEOPLE, UNBOUNDED RESOURCES >ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo«ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooo ooocooooooooooooooooocl m. 111. 11). Tlie Canadian Pacific Hallway. After leaving Edmonton, and dur- ing ihe night our train was turned over to the Canadian Pacific for the long haul to Winnipeg, It being tem- porarily divided Into sections oil ac- count of the heavy grades to St rath- cona, the acroHH-the-rlver twin of fu*r thousand. Some day the two towns niont likely will he re-united under the same local government. The Canadian Pacific railway wai completed In IK8F>, the first trans- continental line in the dominion. The system at present embraces over eleven thousand miles of road bed, which spread out through Western Canada like the fingers of a gigantic .hand. It was first run ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

TOT WiWT.T DEMOCRAT-OAZET TB. THURSDAY. SEPT. SI, 1191. Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Perkins, Walter B. Wllaon, PttitUvlierN and I*roprleU>ri . Ijsnidalr, Awn cl*te Kdltor. Entered as second-class mail matter. To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name on tbe 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 tbe month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. We do not seud 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. jf.fc.ttt mi lr >.'■ '■ w"?< ❖ ❖ T()I)AV'M WKKKLV. <fr <► Today's Weekly Democrat - ❖ Gazette, we believe, will com- ❖ pare favorably with any week- ❖ ly newspaper In Texas; 16 pag- «! es. till home print, and chock <• full of general, state, county <• and local news. The subscrlp- ❖ t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

= THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1908. I f 1 1 . I no n> ( M 1 on on <►<> < m > < m on < m ( M 1 (><> o<> o<> (><> :::: o< :::: o<> 1 lis; (>< (.<> JOE W. BARNES. 'QUALITY CORNER.** WILL C\ OURRSSIL s p Round Trip Rates To Our Grocery Store. E o* ( >< ("' ( l< ( (O ( < > < >< o< > I M ( H (HI (HI (Ml (Ml (Mi (Hi (Mi < H ' (HI (>♦ c I The first trip you buy high-class Gro- ceries so cheap that you come again and keep on coming, because it is a saving in money for you to trade with us. That is why we call it "Special Round Trip Rates.M We carry a complete line of Breakfast Luxuries and handle the best in Producc. Give us a trial order for something up-to-date grocers should have in stock. Dealers in High-class Foods for Man or Beast. A L BARNES & GERRISH GROCERIES AND PRODUCE Phones 94 and 525 McKinney, Texas (Ml (Ml (Ml (M (M (Ml (Ml (Ml (M (Ml (Ml (M *...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

W m ■ fwWWjHp THE WBEKLT PI i TE. THURSDAY, 8BPT. 24. 1108. its Great Fall Begins at this Store Saturday Morning September 26th. w \ 'E ARE here with the goods. Ready for the big fall business, this great Record-breaking Fall Opening Sale. Mr. K stock with great care. People who trade here come with | ous merchandise at the lowest possible prices, consistant with qualiti the result of public confidence and underselling. UNDERSELLING spot cash in large quantities as we do for our several stores, always counts. Then we sell strictly for cash and conduct our business alo in lowering the prices. We open the season with this Great Barg to purchase your entire Fall Dry Goods bill during this sale. si it' er< e lai e i :V| Outing 4 l-2c 700 yards good 6 1 -4c outing flannel, while it lasts. Fall Opening i 1 « Price, the yard 20 pieces Pretty Bordered Flannele tte, newest patterns, on sale the yd New Suitings, Sateens and Comona Cloth--- Fall Opening Prices 10c 15c 15c 20c 20 pieces New ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

I I 1 ^ ■' • * ■ . t - ' ' " ' «C. I, i?iii •- 4. 1 ' * f WW {Wkr JL THB WRmrtJ DEMOCRAT-GAZBT TR. THURSDAY, SEPT 84, ISA* ening Sale c to start the season with a mighty rush we inaugurate spent considerable time in the East selecting our fall :t'confidence and certainty that they will get meritori- ered. Our constant and rapidly increasing business is e resit of underbuying. The merchant who buys for lands the lowest possible prices and the best cash dis- e most economical lines, which are important factors vent and Money-Saving Sale. It will pay you Sale Closes Saturday Night Oct. 10th. 13 days of Big Bargains. Fall Opening Prices on La- dies1 1908 Jackets. Babys white wraps, nicely trimmed 95c $1.75 $2.50 Misses Jackets, all styles, prices $l.50"99aUU Big stock ladies' newest style long Wraps, semi-fitting, assorted colors— $5.00 $7.50 $10.00 ~C OaT.N ' iAji : * fOM WCU. DNLl*.'Lb V^OMKN •S 25(C irpet Slippers 25c ■ fW IWWI Ready Made Sheets 45c 10 dozen ready-made sheets, 72x90....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

TB. THURSDAY, m; 24. 1t08. * ; w& m, I, One of These Bills Coes to Washington HON. HILL BRYAN. But the Bill that interests you most is your rocer That will be less, if you will make your bill with us. Once a customer, always a customer. «I HON. HILL TAFT. CLIFF EHERSON "The Grocer Who Makes the Bill Less. mas. c. l. magk passes away Mrs. 0. L. Mack, wife of Lee Mack of Princeton, died at the family home at that place Tuesday evening, after a brief illness. She was forty- four years of aye and was a moat highly esteemed lady of that commu- nity, her death causing profound sorrow among a large circle of friends. She was a sister of Mrs. Clay Mack, widow of the late Hon. Clay Mack who was a brother of her husband, Mr. 7-ee Mack. She was a sister-in-law of Mrs. T. H. Em- erson of this city, and Mrs. Emerson, Mrs. Mack, who arrived from Port Worth, and Miss Effle Mack, went to Princeton yesterday to attend the funeral, the remains being laid to rest at I! o'clock In Wilson Chapel cem...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

IOUSTON . HEARS HISGEN Houston, Sept 2$.—Thomas L. His- Sen, candidal*' of the Independence party for president. spoke here Tues- day night, He paid his respects to Bryan, Haskell and Bailey. He said among other thins*: ' Mr. Haskell has been close to the 8tandard Oil company for years. He wa not a Democrat when I wan vot- ing for Bryan and he wan only made treasurer of the campaign because he could milk the trusts for contribu- tions. A man may snatch a few- apples In this country and go to Jail, but if he grabs all the apples In the United States the Standard Oil com pany will send him to the United States senate along with .loe Bailey and the other corporation flunkies. (Cheers, and after the cheering, hisses came from various parts of the house.) "I consider myself a better Demo- ocrat than Bryan ever dared to be. (Cries of "No." No," "Never.") "What has become of all the various things Bryan advocated during the last twelve years? Has he embalmed them? I think they had a funera...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

_s "fB-SWril. -OOOOOOOOO* ASSOCIATION MEETING IN ST. PAUL >voooc*x>oooooooooooooooooooo<k>ooooooox>oo oooooooooooooooooo< Aug. 17th to 23th the Na- tional Editorial Association of the United States met at St. Paul, Minn., •ont three hundred editors from ev- ery state in the I'nlon being present. It waa the writer's good fortune to be present, with some other twenty or more Texans. No state in the Union attracted as much attention ag Texas on this trip at this meeting, probably, because a Texas man was to be chosen as president of the as- aociation—Hon. Wiii H. Mayes, the bright, brilliant and versatile edi- tor of the Brownwood Dally Bulle- tin. All Mot at Fort Worth. On Friday morning, Aug. 14th, the Texas delegation all met «t Kort Worth, going In a special Pullman aleeper on the Santa Fe system to St. Paul, via Kansas City, St. Jo- seph, Mo., and Des Moines. Iowa. Mr. Kandlg. traveling passenger •gent of the Santa Fe, met the par- ty at Fort Worth, and extended ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

mm. mm THE WFWKI.T DEMOCnAT-OAZETTK, THURSDAY. SEPT. 24, 1 0*. ■U - Silll" . LJ. IL'L L'. . .1.. 11 .. 1- - 1 ■ FIRST FALL ANNOUNCEMENT From NcKinney's Fast Growing Dry Goods Establishment To my friends anil patrons and those that have never shared their business with me, 1 take this method of informing you that I'm after your business, and if good clean merchandise and business methods count, we will no doubt get a portion of your trade at lenst. It is my only aim to handle the reliable kind of merchandise and above all at reasonable prices. Below we list just a few of the many good things that's here for your inspection. Articles From Around The Store Specially Priced Percales The Acme brand is the best. Large range 4 of patterns per yd I Ww Silk and Net Waists On the 2ud floor you'll find a corn- [ l '(f line of ladies waists, all the new style* in silk and net waists as swell as Hie snapp.v tailored effects, laundered cuffs and collars. Range of prices, 14.75 to 1.95 Our Ladies ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

' '• K m k mmmSSSBSSS" MAKE PRECINCT NOMINATIONS ► The Republican County co inJttee, m**i In the county court room In McKlnney, subject to call from County Chairman Stark. Meet inn wt s 'called to order by Precinct Chairman W. N. Orlffln. On motion H. Mende lhall wan selected an sec- retary or 'his meeting. The purpose of thl* mealing was to finish up thi ticket in the different pr eel acta of Col tin county. Nomination* were made as follow*: James A. Mutney, for justice of the peace precinct o. H. B. Mallaby, candidate for com mlssioner precinct 4. 8. J. Lewis of Cellna. candidate for commissioner precinct 1. Geo. YV. Smith. Farmersvllle, can- didate for coniniiHsioner precinct 2. (J. W. Kemp of Anna, candidate for commissioner precinct I!. W. C. Brown of Melissa candidate for justice of the peace precinct Andy Brown of Melissa, candidate for constable precinct II. J. M. Coleman. Josephine, candi- date for Justice of the peace, pre- cinct 7. made, seconded and car- ihe county chair...

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