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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

UP TO SAVE OHIO SUBMISSION IS M % The dw of the State vs. K. B. Akin, charged with the killing of Palo Clancy In the northern portion of this county, In May 1907, Is now up In district court. The work of selecting n jury not being completed Monday nfternoon Judge Pearson ' rdered fifty more men to be sum- moned. by 1:90 p. m. Monday, from whom to complete the jury. By good work of ihe sheriff's department this number was summoned In time to report when court reconven- ed that afternoon, and the work of completing the Jury wits taken up! At a former trial of this case the Ju- ry was unable u> agree on a verdict. liunrh of Negroes ruptured. As the result of a mid made by- Deputy Sheriffs Price Bush, Tony McDonald and Albert McCauley at Allen, on a negro "crap gume," eight negroes plended guilty In Jus- tice court here to charges of gaming, the usual fines and coats being as- sessed against them. A CARI'ET FULL OF GOLD. Kalvage Is Worth While About the Mints of Uncle Sum. The carpet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

"f'V l-i ■ •nd Proprietor*. Associate Editor. an second-class mall matter. m—„ii , —. To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name ou the margin of the paper or on the wrapper indl- the time to which your nub script km is paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. We do not send receipts for money paid on subscription, but credit aame on slip attached to paper; if credit Is not shown on slip In ten days from date of remittance, notify this office. And, Teddy, he "written" no more letters. The thought of those hot days we hud last July Isn't an unpleasant one now. The ft O. I' elephant 1* finding the political road this year a rocky and a thorny one. If Cecil Lyon keeps on "agitating" a little, there will he a full demo- cratic vote cast In Texas yet. "tlnele" Joe Cannon is not speak- ing for Taft just now. "Uncle" Joe is having troubles of his own. Put up your hammer Just for one day. and wa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

'iwH'-wf: «a „ I WIEDEMANN'S! # | BIG AMERICAN f ♦% Show Cosmopolitan Rough Riders • and Indian Congress INTRODUCING THK GRAND HCIIMMK SPECTA<'UI ,aK Custer's Last Charge! T t f X x X i ❖ t Y X Y T Y ♦ Y t ? Y !♦ WILL EXHIBIT AT HcKINNEY | Wednesday, Oct. Afternoon and Evening 21 SI'!K THK COWBOYS Wild West girls*. vaqueroB, senorUas guardinru rales. champions of lariat. rough riders, y express veterans, bucking l>r«ni- chos. row ponies, pinto ponies and shot lands. A war tribe of SI mix Indians fresh from the eumpflre and council, making their tlrst acquaintance with civilization. Dain- ty aeriallsts. daring athletes, funny clowns, thrilling Indian ilKhtii and native war dances. The only bin frontier show that will visit McKinney this season. Don't miss the grand glitter- Ing STREET PARADE At I p. Ui iv after and the free exhibit ion in front of tent immediate- $25.00 Will he paid to anyone who will bring us NORSK or mule our cowboys cannot ride an UNBROKEN WANTED To buy thre...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

" (f® & an second-class mall matter. To Subscriber*—The date printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on tbe wrapper Indi- cate* the time to which your sub- scription Is paid. All subscription!! expire on the first of tbe month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify ub. We do not send receipts for money paid on subscription, but credit aame on slip attached to paper; If credit is not shown on slip in ten days from date of remittance, notify this office. The work of paving McKinney's public square is going steadily for- ward and excellent progress Is be- ing made. Every brick looks good. We have no "night riders" in Col- lin county. We need no such in this great county. In fact, our people are too busy, too prosperous, and too law-abiding to have such in this county. The Texus Slate Fair at Dallas openB next Saturday. From all In- dications it will be bigger and bet- ter this year than ever. Great Is Texas and I)allaH, whose fair is c...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

1L ' * thb weekly democrat-gazbtte. thl'rsdav. oct 15. 1 0s FALL 190811 WELCOME McKlNNEY and Collin County's Large Store is prepared for the heaviest Fall Trade in the history of its business. By every day's freight and express the new fall creations have been arriving and at last the mammouth stock is about complete —riming over with all the newly approved wearables for men. women, boys and girls. Despite the recent panic, short crops, and trade reverses of all kinds, our business is entirely satisfactory, and we are looking forward this fall for a far-greater business than ever, because we arc in a better condition to serve you than ever before; and if reliable merchandise, at honest prices, will win your trade, we will have it without a doubt. Believing that the best is none too good for McKinney and Collin, we have filled our large double-builriisig with best Ladies' Dress Goods, Notions, Millinery, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Men and Boys' Clothing.- Gents' Furnishins. Etc.. from...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

v." >?f?< 1 ' -1 ' : ' I liP OCT 15. 1 0«, D f x. FOR TEN DAYS Caldwell, Tex., Oct. 9.—The follow- ttg singular occurrence took place: Two cow* were found In a posture of T. W. ParkhlU with their horns locked, and they had apparently beer. Id this condition for at leant teu day s. They hud been fighting and their horn* got locked and they could not get loose to fight auy more and had to re main In this condition until discover- ed, at which time both animals seem- ed to be perfectly satisfied and In a hurry to get looae and go after water and something to eat. Their heads were so close together that the skin was rubbed off In several places. and the left eye of one cow had been gong •d out by the horn of the other Two men could not pull them apart. Two More were sent for, and the four tug ged away na If for dear life, but could not get the rows pulled apart, and then they got a saw and sawed the horns, after which the aulmals made a ruhs for water. Since they were given their ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

I n TCT W *1H.Y DBMOCRAT-GAXKI TB, THURSDAY, OCT 15. 190S Paste a Stove in Your Hat as the one article you have got to get without delay. Re- j ' member (hat cold weather will not foixet to come around even If you forget what time of year It Ik. Our Parlor Stoves and Heaters are the latHHt Improved model*. Look like an ornament, heat like all creation, take the the leant coal and coat the least money. Shall we put one up for you with all the pipe*, dampers, zinc that goes with it? Hay the word and we'll do the rent. ~ J. P. DOWELL I Hardware and Furniture |McKinney, Texas * t bt Howard & Foster Co.'s $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes. fer*: Tlie I test Shoes in the World For the I "rice. We'd no much rather show you than tell you. Come in. please and see the shoes, themselves, will tell you or their good- ness and repay you for your call W. P. SUTTLE McKlnnejr, Te*«*s. Harness and Saddles All Wool llorw Collars a Spe- cialty. L -to**?' y^Ali , . X . New Buggies Traded for Old ,J_" \ ; ... I...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

£ ii® t:fi j&m. OF WEDLOCK J In the presence of a number of relatives. a pretty wedding cere- mony was solemnized at the home of the bride's father. T L. Dinsuiore. on North Kentucky at reel, at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon, when, Id the co/> parlor, rendered still more attractive by appropriate dec- oration .>, Mr. James S Forayth and MIsh Maud Dinwnore were united in marriage, Rev. S I.. Rleveg, pastor of the First Rreabyterlan church, of- ftfllttlnx, At the conclusion of the ceremony, nice refreshment! were nerved, after which Mr. and Mrs Forsyth left for a trip to San Anto- nio, to return next week. No man in McKlnney stands high- er for honor. Integrity and christian manhood than James S. Forsyth. As a business man, as n citizen, as an officer In the First Presbyterian church and superintendent in the Sunday school, he lias al^aja meas- ured fully up to every duty and re- ' quirement, and Is hold In the high- est respect by all who know him. During her residency in th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

r _ THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZET TE, THTKrtDAY, OCT 15, 190X Ki l Sale Cheap The following tiro some of the bargains 1 um now offering: Uood 3-rooni house In McKlnney $HOO.OO Good 5-room house In McKlnney 9700.00 Good 3-room house in Tioga $1300.00 Good 3-room house in Tioga 9000.00 Good 7-room, two-story house In Denton town 9100000 (Near State Normal School.) Livery Stable and Livery outfit In good town, doing $3r 0 to $400 business per month, will sell or trade for good land 93000.00 65 acres of land 1 1-4 miles from McKlnney, all in culti- vation, 2-room house, etc 91000.00 122 acres of land near Nevada, with good house and oth- er improvements; price $30.00 357 acres of land In Collin county will trade or sell. See me If you want a bargain. Eight sections of land in El Paso county; per acre. Will take trade for part. Some fine bargains In Southwest Texas and especially around San Antonio. Money to loan on land notes. FOR SALE OH TltADE. 14;* acres of good land, 130 in cultivation,...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 October 1908

■* = Hii-s snouia ho PRICE $\<i9 A KIDNEY MEDICINE That does not disappoint the patient; that doe® its work quickly and thoroughly. PRICKLY ASH SITTERS Convey* a healing nnd strengthening influence to the diseased organ#. Restores activity in the stomach, liverand l owels. Drives out unhealthy conditions and builds up anew the Iwdy that has been weak- ened by disease. Oat the (lenulne with III* Wgure "J" In Wed on Sold by Druggists. SMITH linos. HIKCIAL ACJKNTS. LECTURE RY DR. GREGORY Dr. Charles L. Gregory, superin- tendent (if the State I limine Asylum nt Terrell, delivered n great lecture at thr First Baptist church Sunday iilsjht, to an appreciative audience of about ii thousand people, his subject being "The Relation Which Alcohol and Cigarettes Sustain to Insanity." The Doctor Is a specialist in Mis chosen department, and was well armed with opinions of the greatest, minds In the profession, and with facts and statistics which proved be- yond doubt that, primarily or sec- o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

twk\ty-fifth ykak, no. ;ih. McKINNKY, (X>1.1.1 \ (dlM'V, TKXAH, THI I5SH.\ Y. OCT. UU. H OM. ONE DOU.AIL I'KIt YEAR, LARGE LAND DEAL MADE TWKXTV-KIVK THOl SAND ACHKK CHANGE HANDS. VALUE NEARLY MILLION Tract of Ach-s, All Highiy Iniprovccl. In Wharton County Is to III' ('ill (|t. Houston Oct. Iti A large land (L ai ban been made. The M lssouri I.lnr-oln Trust company took over approximately 26,000 acres or Wharton county land lying jut north of the Matagorda county line The purc hase was made by the Colo- nial l ard company, which has head quahters in St Louis and Chicago, and the new owners value the proper- ty at between $000,000 and $800,000. It is their intention to cut it up into small tracts and sell it to actual set tiers The land Is highly Improved, and has been in cultivation for the last ven year. | j the Southern irriira fon company, to whom it was soHS about a year ago by Jonathan Lain- for $<><10,000. The company ha an extensive irrigation plant on the prop e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

' ril m I Olllion and family of near visited hltt father at this pUc« Sunday. Jim Touchstone of Snow Hill was In our community Sunday afternoon. Jim Morris and family of Boggy vial ted in thin community last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hazard viaited her father near Boggy Sunday. K. F. Smith and family of Fay burg viaited in thia community laut week. Mr. Belew and wife of Verona viaited Hunnk* Boyd and family Suu- day. Jeff Hill visited his parents at thin place Sunday. Richard Turner of Verona visited his sinter, Mrs. Bunnle Boyd, Sun- day. Rev. Conger will preach" at the school house next first Saturday night and Sunday. Everyone Is In- vited to attend. Water Ridge. Oct. 12. Brat ill Kalateuce. "I sincerely believe, all thin#* considered, Hunt's Lightning Oil Ib the most useful and valuable house- hold remedy In existence. For Cuts, Burns. Sprains and Insect BiteB It has no equal so fnr as my experience goes." U. E. Huntington, Eufala, Ala. EAST McKINNEY. Mrs. Sarah Hodges who lias been st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

i THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZET TE, THURSDAY. OCT. 22, 190H 4T- i !-i/ Iry llh- li r. Ilit i lit-j Ian ]°f liot ler f.en tor ae |!)1- M I'- ll s th<> H f iff Iter Iber of to I en at Ian th< It n | laiti When? Beginning Fri- day, Oct. 16th. Where? Cheeves Bros. & Co. $25,000 CLOTHING SALE When? Beginning Fri- day, Oct. 15th. Where? Cheeves Bros. & Cloaks Ladies Cloaks in the new styles and colors from 6.50 to 32.50 Childrens Cloaks in all the new styles, including beau- tiful bear skins for the little fellows from 2.50 to 10.00 1 lot Misses and Ladies short Cloaks half-price. 1 big lot men's 3.50 Shoes (10 styles) vour choice for 2.50 1 bale round thread Cotton Check, 30 yards for 1.00 100 pairs of ladies C. S. and Pat Tip Shoes, worth 1.50, pair 1.15 Comforts See our Comforts from 1.00 to 2.50 6 pieces]!.00 quality wool Dress Goods per yard 79c 15 pieces 50c quality of Silk,in i plaids and stripes per yard 43c 1 big lot boys caps worth 35c, for 20c Now we wont mince wor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

THR WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-O A7.ETTK. THl ltrtMAY. CKT. 22, 190K. W. Sale Starts October 24th Get Ready Thimbles 2 good thimbles tor 5c SAT F jl V. X ^ Talcum Mennens Talcum at each 15c Closing November 7 See the Pow- erful Cut Prices. Economy Sale Prices on Silk and Woolen Goods Black Silk $1.25 quality nice yard wide black tat- feta silk, economy sale price yard 89c yard Black Mohair. 50c quality nice black brilliantine or mohair, yard wide, see it this sale at 35c yard 4 l-2c Dress Calico 3 l-2c Kirsey Cloth. 50c Kirsey or Ropclent cloth, full ->l inches wide, in black, gray and brown, economy sale price 48c yard China Silks 50c <|iialty tine China and .lap silks, most any color, see them this sale at 39c yard White Quilts Nice, large size, tine white Wed quilts, worth *1, will be sold during this great economy sale at 75c each Batts Cotton Hatt", 10c size at each 7 c Trunks SI.76 trunks on -ale at only $1.45 Towels lac kind huck towels on sale at 10c Linen White table linen, M5o ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

■ ■r • !■ - Sli (.£ c. i jR .- ,-■■ A-< f ,"■■■ *■ ■'■. i , nr-'%yw7:$$r<-f 'X i. ■•>•■',:'<. v •••■"•> ., HTX " • ' &' . • -Uf.-g * > ; cw r - , vst* * THK WfBWirT.T D1CMOCRAT-OAZ1PT TE. THURSDAY. OCT. 28, 1*08. Till N IT Y. (lay Minter ha# been sick for «•>'■ era I du.v#. s Ml Grave Mallow la visiting rela- tives at McKlnney. Mrs. Gotxh of Kelle.v visited her mother, Mra. Dickey, Sunday. Miss Ethel Herring of Barb*# vis- Red Miss Leona Orendulf last week. Misses Polly and Nellie Rowe visit- ed the Misses Straugbn at Wlltneth Sunday. O. C. Mulkey and family of Com- merce visited at the horn* of J. W. Orenduff last week. Mrs. Jesse Claycomb and children visited relatives at Coale's Chapel Saturday and Sunday. Trinity. Oct. 19. JOSEPH INK. George Yeatts went to Greenville last Thursday W. M. Wage* made a business trip to Port Worth last Thursday. Mr. Tom Pannella and son. Jim, have returned from Hamilton coun- ty. C H. Morton has pone to Grand Saline after a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. OCT 22. 1908. DEATH OF K V 0. B. APPLE U'KI.I, KNOWN CITIZEN OK Me- KINNKY CASHES AWAY. SICK ABOUT TEN MONTHS SeiM-tl Willi Illness Last January mid Hum Been it SulTcn'r * Ever Since. k After an illness dating from last January, Mr. (J. U. Apple died at 5 minutes after six o'clock Tueaduy morning at his home in the northern portion of the city. After an Ill- ness of some six months he recover- ed Bufflelenlly to get out on the streets and come to town, but bin strength kooii failed him and In a Bhort tline he was again confined to the bed of affliction, from which he was destined never to rise. Through- out all his long siege of sickness he bore his suffering with remarkable fortitude and good cheer, and at last, surrounded by his devoted fam- ily who had been unremitting In their efforts to restore him to health and strength, he calmly and serenely passed nway. Mr. Apple was born in Smith coun- ty, Tcnn., Mny IS, 1 s Iy, and was therefore in h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

I)KATH AT FAVIII Ku TW* WBBKLT DBMOCRAT-QAZKTTK, THURSDAY. OCT. 21. 19011. liss Mill* Short in on the •irk this w««k. Singing at Vlney Grove Sunday night wan well attended. Miss Nellie Law sou of thin place visited Mis* jcwte Itomur Sunday Remember then- will he Sunday school every Sunday evening at 2:30. Rev. Pierce of MoKluney preached at Vlney Grove I ant Tuesday ulght, Oct. 13. Quite an umber from thin place in- tended the huptlsing at Stiff Creek Sunday evening. The apple drawing al Mr. Hob Lawson'g wak well attended and all reported a nice time Mr. and Mrs. William Jay of Howe are visiting their son, Mr. Wade Jay, and family. Mrs. Charlie Dennis and daughter. Miss Maude, viidted at the home of Mr. I .on Dennis Saturday night and Sunday. The farmer* have been very busy j gathering their crops, but on account of the weather the) are delayed now. | Mr. and Mrs. Rode Hanson of; Sherman were visiting relatives here i the post week. Ardath, Oct 2<>. Mt IJ/./.i<- KIIun of Th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

■ V THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT OAZETTE THURSDAY, OCT 22, 1 08 'OODMEN DAY AT BIG FAIR COLLIN OH NTY "CHOPPERS" WILL AHKNI) IN KOItCE. TO 00 OIN SPECIAL TRAIN [To U'Hvt' Here Ovrf Central Rail- ihumI itl H O'clock Next Tuck* •lay MuriiiuK, Next Tiic day, Oct. 2 7th. is Waod- ni.Mi I>ny til the Dallas Fair, and ar- rangements have been per footed for ih« largest crowd of Woodmen ever assembled in one crowd to go from Collin county. Magnolia Camj), numbering tome 4<>0, luis made arrangements for a special Woodmen train, leaving Mc- Kinney ut x a. in. over the Ceniral, returning from Italian, leaving Dallas at 12 o'clock that night, thus giv- ing all Woodmen an opportunity to take In all the nights at the Fair, and see the set ret work put on by 1 the Sovereign grand officers of the order. The round trip from McKln- ney will be $1.05. It will be a spe- t|ji, elr I San /tagolo I Fair ; Come to the hustling, bust- ling ever-improving San An- gela country, during out Fair, Nov. tih n "li...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

• \\ rrr-'Y^. _ ' « ' .. . ' . ■' ■ . ;■ ' . WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. OCT. 2t, 1 0S. mf. m E MIST COME TO TEXAS HIGHKMT THIIHTNAL HOLDS HK Ml NT HTAM) TRIAL. FURTHER RECOURSE It In Haiti He Will Have to Surrender or <hi to Truvl* County Voluntarily. Washington, Oct. 20.— H. flay Pierce, chairman of Watera-Pierce Oil company, whose fight to prevent ex- tradition to Texas on a charge of vio- lation of the anti-trust lawB of that ■tate was lost In the supreme court of the United Stales Monday, 1* at Prlde'a Point, Mam., where he has been ill since August. In the extradition proceedings of H. Clay Pierce vs. Chief of Police Creeey oi St. Louis, the supreme court denied Pierce's motion for a rehear log. Pierce resisted an application for bin removal to Texas In connection with the prosecution of his company on the charge of violating the Texas anti-trust laws, The petition for a re- bearing was Itused on a certification that the court's decision turned on the point as to whe...

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