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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 November 1908

THE WEBKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZET TE..THURSDAY, NOV 12. l 0*. i h J, NOVEMBER TRADES DAY Monday, November 16, ! BY THE McsKinoey Comjmercial Club, Special Stock Show! Bringin your fancy stock and show what Collin county has, The fol- lowing cash premiums will be paid by the Commercial Club: Best Brood Mare $2.50 Best horse or Filly under two years old 2.50 Best Mule colt under 1 year old, horse 2.50 Best Mule colt under 1 year old, 1 filly 2.50 PURE-BRED POLAND CHINA MOOS Best Boar, any age 2.50 Best Sow, any age 2.50 PURE BRED BERKSH1RES Best("Boar, any age 2.50 Best Sow, any age 250 PURE BRED DUROC JERSEYS Best Boar, any age 2 50 Best Sow, any age 2.50 Best Pair Pigs under six months old, any treed 2.50 Best Jersey Bull, any age 2.50 The stock will be exhibited on the Public Square from 1 to 3 P, M., and passed on by competent judges. A special place will be proveded for the swine exhibits and announced on day of show. An effort will'be made to have ag I Double|Balloon Ascension t % ♦ 9 ♦...

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

Congress playing Cards, new Bucks* 60c Other Cards, as good, 35c Flinch Cards 60c still good i New Tally Cards beautiful line Life Long Silverware Club Prizes our Specialty ABBOTT'S BOOK STORE smKmmmmmK m WIUfETH. Mix: Sue Pendergrass is seriously til at this writing. Mr. MerrMi Maaaey made a busi- ness tri|> lo Princeton Friday. Prof. .1. A I. •< and wife have been visiting relatives at Dallas. Mr. John Coleman attended preaching at Walnut Grove Saturday evening and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andle Mills and Miss May <Srilllik visited John Clark and family at Trinity Sunday. Rev. Brown came out from town Sunday afternoon and made our Sunday school a splendid talk. Jack Hall and sister. Miss May, of McKiuney. were visitors In our eonimumlnty Sunday afternoon. Misses Artie and Susie Hall will give a farewell party to their many friends nt their home Friday night. Mr. Cebe Short and Miss Evelyn Alexandria of Woodluwn visited Miss Kate Osborne Sunday after- noon Charlie Itutledge an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

: - * « y ®l)* toeeklg Slemocffot- TWENTY-FIFTH YEAH, NO. 42. McKINN^Y, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THI IWIIAV, NOV. 10, 10OH. ONE DOLLAR PEK YEA*. M'KINNEY HAS 10,387 PEOPLE The managers of the McKinney city directory, who have been en- gaged for several weeks in getting ifyi a directory to meet the latest re- qliiremunta of the city. stated Friday afternoon that their heat estimate of the population of McKinney and suburbs, baaed upon a careful, sys- tematic canvass, its 10.:iK7. Thev will oon complete their count and state that the actual count < f the population of the city and suburbs will not vary 100 from tiiia number. The Queen (Quality Liulics line whocs al Matthew* arc (lie standard of quality and style, S;t, and 8M.OO. Sec them. (H)M KIIKN('K YEAIt CI.OBES. Final Services a I Metli<Hlist Church —Good Reports. lis I1'' >1- J,r |nl Id In k lid Ir- n Rev. W. H. Hrown of Whiteshoro preached Sunday morning at the Kind Methodist church and at night Kev. ,1. r. lMerce, presid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

# >a K WD TOratr Sale Begins Saturday November 21, 8:30 a. m., Lasts 13 days Meaning the Greatest Bargain Event McKii 10 •49 ' 30 IMS Mr. Knight has just returned frpm market the second time this tall, where he went to attend the bigls;* Five Million Dollar Sale put on by the Ferguson-McKinney Dry Goods Co. Also the big sales of Ely-Walker, Rice-Stix Dry Goods Co. and others. Of course he bought goods at bargain price a g5 That is what he went for. Much below regular price. Buying many big lots of seasonable merch andise lower than ever offered. CO M I -1 t* I "American Beauty" Corsets Just received a big shipment of all the latest styles in American Beauty Cor- sets. Try the American Beauty and you wear no other. Best wearing, most perfect corsets made. Big Stock Girdles, supporters attached 50c style American Beauty Corsets, Mad* by Kalamuoo Cort«t C Alto Sola Maker* ol all StyleS American Beauty Coraata 91.00 The Greatest Wholesale Cut-Price Sales ever held took place in St. L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

mt 1 TH* WTOKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZBTTE, THURSDAY, NOV. II. 110*. ' ' # J ■ ■+ « 1 w« & I* Ci « -* u •I ^ w -11 November 21, 8:30 a. m. Lasts 13 days H)n .'/# t 4 ♦ if} U,i l>.A' ' 7 | ' 1 «*> w \ Will Offer During the Entire Fell of 1908 fc start this great sale on these goods at once, giving our customers the benefit ot our lucky pur- ases, which will enable the people of Collin County to save many dollars on their winter goods. As Z 2 buy we sell. Buy a bargain, sell a bargain. Your greatest opportunity to buy wool dress >ods, clothing, shoes, wraps, underwear, etc. Matchless values to be found throughout the store. I ome and see, m '' i rutb/I. > — C i & • « r 'V 3^ >rsk.Irt« ider Value big Fereuson- llar JS:ile—20 doz- value—they go $1.25 value fine Black Skirts nicely trimmed 96c e}l(;h $2.50 quality genuine Heath- er Bloom skirts Best Petticoat on the market 0 al $1.95 Bach Silks and Woolen Dress Goods Priced Under Value. 200 yards Pretty Waisting Silk Assorte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

S£|* M f: . A and daughter, ve boon visiting 15rown and other to their home in lryan returned home Lawrence. aud Dallat and Frank Koote re. Temple, Oklahoma Nelson returned from Ok Wednesday. Irrls Nelson made a business to rurland Saturday and roturn hoi in Sunday. Mr. Arle Spearman and family of he South Church community vtailed J. R. Itryan and family Sundny7| Mr. Will Oresham who baa been visiting his brothers, Messrs. Charlie and Jack, returned to his home In Stonewull, Oklahoma, Friday. Miss Hallie Potts of McKlnney our popular and efficient teacher arrived In this community Saturday and took charge of her school today This Is Miss Hallle's second term at this place, she having taught here two years ago. The trustees are to be congratulated in securing ber service*. Clifft, Nov. 16. THE WEEKLY ' NOV. HAUKKDALK. Mrs. Ethel LlndHey Is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Jack son of this community. Mrs. Mary I.unsford and daughter of this community visited her daughter, nea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

- • ' PTB. THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 1MB. | if '"' '' ' K«f Reduction Sale • Friday, November 20 TO Saturday, November 28 WATKINS & MANTOOTH ALTOGA, TEXAS. Our Reduction Sale, beginning on above date, will include everything except groceries, and means A SAVING TO.YOU OF FROM 15 to 25 PerCent \\ > <> on Dry Qoods, Clothing. Shoes, Hats and Caps, \ Ladies' Skirts, Notions and Umbrellas. Don't forget the dates, November 20th to 28th. WATKINS & MANTOOTH £ General Merchandise ALTOGA, - - TEXAS, j; The Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. T Tom W. Perkins, Walter 11. Wilson, ■dltors, Publishers and Proprietors. Hwnnrr Lansdale, Associate Editor. -S1L- Hntered as second-class mall 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 paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. We do not ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

• pf-'t: CP TH WKDKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, NOV. I . 1*08. _! r if C c 5 c c 6 0 5 c IC c rc 4 ic fm Bf Ic )c 2 18 18 ic if pd id PRETTY MOVING WEATHER ^ Tbr Country llojr ud CMrl The Trae Hop.> of Oar Country. There la Iota of moving going on the country now. In every dlrec- n you can aee wagon loada of uaehold gooda, with bright and happy facea of children enroute to their new home. They have certainly had ideal weather for thla disagree- able, but In some Inatancea, a pleas- aad work. For change*, sometime, are agreeable and much better for all parties concerned. We earnestly with that the head of every family In Collin ocunty had u 50-acre farm of hla own, where they could alt be- neath their own vine and flg tree. They would be fur better off and the county noon be on a high tidal wave of prosperity. A man makes a better cltlaen, takes more Interest In the affairs of bin country, and loves It better when he owns his own home. Thank the good Lord the big election la ove...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

• • ■: * it What ou want of the food you need Kodol will digest it. mmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmm wmLMB mmmmm Our Guarantee You need a sufficient amount of food wholesome food and more than tills you need to fully digest it. Klse you can't (rain strength, nor can you irengtlien your stomach If tits weak. Tou must eat In order to live and maintain strength. You must not diet, because the body requires that you eat a sufllc* lent amount of food regularly. But this food must be digested, and it must be digested thoroughly. When the stomach can't do it, you must take something that will help the stomach. The proper way to do Is to eat what you want, and let Kodol di- gest the food. Nothing else can do this. When the stomach is weak it needs help; you must help it by giving it re^t, and Kodol will do that. Go to your druggist today, and purchase a dollar bottle, and If you can honestly say, that you did not receive any benefits from It, after using the entire bottle, the drug* gist will refund yo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

V *3? mi rn:^ ' - - f-;V '' - ■ ■ ■ *■* > • - TOT WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. NOV. 18. 1 0«. i i Points That Interest You WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN WE provide an absolutely safe plate to deposit your money. WE are not nu experiment but a grown, maliy existing reality. WE hiue practiced sound consistent conservative blinking fur thirty- HrIu years. WE are prosperous «s well aw pro grtsslve and MERIT WINS. WE give you the best of service an •the result of Ion* experience. WE are interested in the develop- ment of this county and make a specialty of taking care of farm- ers' accounts. J. L. LOVKJOV, Pre* ,s KKKD EMKKSON, V Pres. FRANCES !l. WKI.C1I, \ I res ll('\VK!.l, E. SMITH, (.ashler. i o. KI i znrou, A ht. t',:*hior. •U: We Want You in the "Circle" of Our Business Acquaintances u' ♦ F> t Ycu Need Us «{• j« j •*• «*. J< j« ••• i * * /* <£ > jj. •. I $ t f * 9 t % W t 9 I % 4, i Vfe*. * 2 The Collin County National Dank W * /A ' * k V 4 t We I Need © t $! You &...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

j&&* '• v*j - p!f?l ■ ■■;r- THU! WWWfCLT DBMOCRAT-OAZmr TB, THURBDAT. NOV. If. 1 Wt $, gp ■fife* I } I I People Poshed and Palled. Peo- ple Stormed Onr Store. The Greatest Sale on Record Now Going On. CLOSING NOV. 28 Extra Special 15 pieces China and Jap Silks, most any shade, good 50e value at yard Extra Special 25 bolts good wide silk ribbon, in all the wanted shades, 15 and 20c values at yard Extra Special 25c inerchrized shawls as long as thev last—think of it—choice :n eac 15c New Tailored Wraps ON SALE A department that wo feel proud of this season. This makes our fourth new ship- ment this season. We have them on sale at a great saving to you. Read our low prices. 1 lot ladies fine Melton cloth long coats, selling at other stores at $9.95, in greys, red, blue and black, marked to go quick during this sale at each $7.50 Big lot ladies' line coats, good long ones, worth up lo $6.00, all marked down for quick selling, this sale at The Greatest Now on in full blast. Thous...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

WMW MM 1ST- H| wm^ % 4# < ff if WHI'i TH* WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. NOV. 19. 190*. - y 1*' it I on Record blflflKsu't8' must be 8°^ during the next lO days. See the powerful cut prices. I tL;ly can buy us cheap as you can. Your Money Back on all Unsatisfactory it*s |e Bunch.'* The Fair Store ond and Woolen Goods NEW 1908 FURS ON SALE Blended furs, the best quality only, and at a price that most any one can* buy during this great sale. Big lot nice furs, too many kind to try to mention, selling at other stores at $2, 011 sale at each r As and silk section. No matter whether you want, jajyou al 1 the way from 15 to 25 per cent in this de- 42 inch Empress Cloths ►uality pretty Empress Cloths selling at other Stores from $1.00 to $1.25. ptty shades blue, green and brown. On sale at yard 75c All-Wool Broad Cloth. ^jftlloth in most any shade. 54 inches wide, good $1.25 values. All new pat- >riCG___ a . • e' .1 : u.:„ ... ■ On. $1.50 2fatn8. A bargain for you during this sal...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

• m PIP*' 7'^ > !* T >'' lj i THURSDAY, NOV. I , 1MI, JVEWK THINGS Life Long Silverware Congress playing Cards* new Backs, 50c Other Cards, as good, 35c Flineh^Cards 50c still good New Tally Cards beautiful line Club Prizes our Specialty ABBOTT'S BOOK STORE The Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Walter B. Wilson. Editors, Publishers nnd Proprietors. Sunnier Lonsdale, Aumclnte Editor. Entered as second-elaBB 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 la paid. All subscriptions expire on the 11 rat of the month. Any ■ubscrlber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. We do not send rec eipts for money paid on subscription, hut credit same on Blip attached to paper; If credit is not shown on Blip In ten days from date of remittance, notify this office. Had you ever thought how much good you could accomplish by just trying a li...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

TH1 WBURLY DBMOCRAT-OAZVT pK THURSDAY. NOV. It. ltOt. Perfect * . ■: Bliss - < SPEAKING AT C'AMPBKIili. \(Idnw by Senator Perkins tuid Representative Vau|{tuu>. * t i: will be yours if you'll cut out all foolishness and buy Your Groceries I here. Honest weights, heaping measures, freshest goods, highest standards—are winning us new cus- tomers every day. Yours for more perfect bliss in grocery shopping, CLIFF EMERSON "Who Feeds 'Em." Phone 57. - , - - • McKinney, Texas. FULLY persuaded to purchase wedding gifts fioni our varied collection of suita- ble articles for Rlich and similar oc- us. when you compare quality and pri s. It is not the worth alone that are i. >• cheap Roods, as they do not possess durability and are worthless. The Lest are the cheap- est always. Let us show you through our stock. High-minded and wise are some people upon most subjects, and very careless and Indifferent where their health and comfort are considered, and especially with relation to their ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

mm I THrn«n«r vov. t . i oit. ,*W> ■■•#■ < •*••# ii, Crou TonsQitis and .1 ■ Asthma A quick and powerful remedy is needed to break up an attack oi croup. Sloan's Liniment has cured many cases of croup, it acts instantly — when applied both inside and outside of the throat it breaks up the phlegm, re- duces the iutiainmatioii, .aid relieves the difficulty of breathing. Sloan's Liniment gives quick relief in all cases of asthma, bronchitis, sore throat, tonsilitis, and pains in the cheat I'rioo, xso.. jwk>.. and si.oo. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Maes. HATFIELD IS RELEASED San Jose, Cal., Nov. 12. Justice Brown yesterday afternoon on the recommendation of District Attorney Arthur M. Free, dismissed William Hatfield. who was arrested in Tex- as and held here on suspicion of be- ing James C. Dunham, who killed Col. McCliucy and his family of six at Campbell, Cal., twelve years ago. The preliminary examination waii a mere formal move and District At- torney Free was unable to net...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

1 >W" ■■, THIS WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, NOV. 18. 1 0S i r Salt Begins Saturday, Nov. 21st. Great Fall Bargain S f/i $40,000 Worth of new goods bought by Cheeves Bros. & Co. s Big Store for SPOT CASH—at the great St. Louis Clearance Sale. That means money saved for our customers. $6,000 Worth of New Goods Bought in St. Louis at Less Than 60c on the Dollar Our buyers from six of the largest stores have just returned from St. Louis—and during the Great Clearance Sale of that city—bought a big lot of bran new goods at less than 60c on the dollar. We are going to place on sale this entire lot of goods tit less than the original wholesale cost. In connection with this wc arc going to use the knife in every department of our big stock—consisting of the largest stock of dry goods, clothing, shoes, notions, and millinery in Collin county. Worth of new goods boughtChccvcK & Co.'s Big Stores dur • ing the great St. Louis Clearance Sale. Skirts All ladies skirts, from 3.50 ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 November 1908

F \v m TH* WCRKLT DSMOCRAT-OAZBTT £ it. IMI. . II Ml KP#*?. kKinney Commercial Club Open and First Annual Election a Complete Success Tbe first annual election of offi- cers and director# of the Commercial Club, was held In the auditorium of the club roou s Monday night wait «« comple* • success, In fnrt. the oc- casion l arked an ejiorh In McKiu- ney's progress far In excess of the most sanguine expectations of the moat hopeful. An there were several other attractions In the city last night It was feared that the attend- ance would not he what it should, but the people were there. Not alone was the election a feature, but the whole entertainment from start to finish was u brilliant success. At K o'clix k President It. E. Car- penter called the meeting to order, and followed with Ills address, which was listened (o with marked atten- tion. aud lustily cheered. Mr. Car- penter is n level-headed business man and bis address was full of business fjrom beginning to end. He briefly revie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 November 1908

ifjjl r I > i - .. f TWKKTY-PIKTH YKAll, NO. 4It. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY. TBXAH, THIRSDAY, NOV. 2«, IIIOM. ONE (MILLAR PER YKAll. lu }r 111 IB lot lit lob b lii lee lad lilH }n- lad lug 111 e >11 pdc* pot m lor >hr the %■ ,11" j ■J- Ite- pen ray left |up. /en {lo- an as |ace tid. |ere ling Jde, jeep lime and 4 I go-1* all ies leus In *ral It of METHODIST APPOINTMENTS Blnhop Warren A. Candler clooed the North 'IV as Annual Conference at Greenville Monday evening, with the aniiounrei i; nt of appolntno nts of t"he pre-" hers for the ensuing con- ference year. I* will be noted below (hi"t Rev. .1. n. Oober. the popular McKinney pastor for the past two years and whose return was so ar- dently hoped for by no! only his own people but also by the city at large, wns elevated to tho presiding elder- ship and placed on the Honhatn dis- trict. His station at McKinney wan given to ltev. Wesley l>. Thompson of Dallas. Presiding Elder J. F. Pierce was returned to the McKIn- rfey dis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 November 1908

A Simple Remedy C&rdui is a*purely vegetable extract, a simple, non-intoxicating remedy, recommended to girls and, women, of all ages, for womanly pains, irregularity, falling feelings, nervousness, weakness, ante any | other form of sickness, peculiar to females. TAKE CARDUI It Will Help You Mrs. rA. C. Beaver, of Unicoi, T?oute No. 1, Mar-I bleton, Tenn., writes: "I suffered with bearing- down pains, feet swelled, pain in right side, headache, j pains in shoulders, nervous palpitation, and other troubles I cannot mention, but I took Wine of Cardui I and have found it the best medicine I ever used,| for female troubles." Try Cardui. AT ALL DRUG STORES m BURGLARS GET HOT RECEPTION The depot Nevada was broken open Wednesday night between X and 9 o'clock and one suit of clothe*, one gallon of whiskey and about $"> in money taken. The name burglars later In (he night were in the act of breaking Into a store at Millwood, when they were fired on by two men. who heard them, and ran...

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