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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

9" CLOSE OF BIG POULTRY SHOW The great Collin County Poultry Show cloned Krl lay afternoon, and thourh the avMblt'on l« one that hs>- cost a grout 'eal of work, worry and expense on the part of the promoters It will P*nnd n« a monument to their ii'ii 1 end labor which will not soon be forgotten. The Bingham building, went of Couch'h music store In which the great Hhow was held, was thronged Friday, not only with the people of McKlnney and Collin county, hut vl«ltorH' from other towns and cltleB, and on all Hides are heard words of praise and admira- tion. Experienced poultry fancient unit*- In declaring that this is the largest poultry show held in the State, and Collin county has won new laurels. In the aeven hundred en- tries are comprised the very finest bird* of every variety to he found anywhere, for not only are leading counties of Tex at represented, hut other states as well, hotli Louisiana and Indiana having creditable exhib- its. Fn competition with nil these splendid e...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

.... ., , ' %% THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. DEC 17, 1908. . "• . j. v, : , The Busy Hum of mil mill is hoard night h <1 day. n they are striving to 1111 all or dei's prompt l> There is such a strong demand for WHITE BILLOWS FLOUR that it is necessary to run steadily to keep up. Have You Ever Tried It? Well, you "better had" if you wish to |;r.ow what good bread and pantry ud cakes are. There 1 no doubt of 1 .*s Buperiorlty, and the prir. 'inlikes It Ur In t ami moid economical flour on the market? four Grocer Has It. Milled by The Collin County Mill & Elevator Company MoKINNEY TEXAS ♦v v '!••>+•>+ -J ■> • WATCH iOJii iiAfiiJNiUTURES from now oil a bit more closely than usual. It's wise and timely advice for those who are generously inelin ed during holidays. You can best do it by a little economy. Make a "Clearance Sale" of your desire for a luxury or so and DBT03XT PROCEEDS WITH SOMETHING ADDED in our ''bank for all people." We will show you a year h«'w...

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

' — THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-GAZETTW THt'HRDAV. HKC. 17. 1<H>K ft m IFlUNU IM.SwEBT lirr br rxAtoi n.sneer Sam "I'ailely. Harriet Hrpner. DEATH AT AMARII4A>. ■| Prof. C. N. Stivers, An Old Collin (Vmnljr Tiwhw. McKinney. Texas. Dec. 17.—Prof. C. Kvfetlvers departed tlilit life on the fourth day of thin month at Amarll- JojtJTe.xaK. He wan bom in Jefferson •fluty, Kentucky, June 23, 184G, n.Vried and cunte to Texas In 1873 and had been a staunch and worthy •*itisen of Texas for more than one- fourth of a century. Second to his duty in rearing an honorable and respected family, watt his twenty ■ years efficient service as teu« her tn the public schools < r the state His many puplh; in Collin county will sadly mourn his death, lie leaves to mourn his departure, a devoted wife and an only daughter, Miss Gen- evieve, and two sons. Hamlet and Louis. MIsb Genevieve, who is an accomplished teacher, and Louis, the younger son. still make their home under the parental roof. Hamlet, ttI...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

. • V, . ' it ' rr, ;■ ■>?>' ! :^r u* % r V ^ • J ■ 1 i 'v;;, 'if-ixy i ! V".' ' "# - ■■• > . i; i <-'V i. • i'/1*# ■' THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THrRSDAY. DEC. 17. l l>8. BARGAINS for Xmas Shoppers We have too many goods and to reduce our stock by Dec. 25th, offer many special bargains tor Xmas buyers throughout this store. The best values to be found in Collin County. Wraps, Clothing, Shoes, Fine Shirts, and Wool Dress Goods. Priced below value. You will save money on your Xmas Purchasers during this sale. i mm 6c Outing Ou sale the yard Hair Rolls asst. each 25c Suit Cases and Trunks. $2 Suit cases SI.50 Trunks priced special l'rom SI.50 up. Boys Shirts 20 Doz. Boys extra nice*50c Dress Shirts. 12 to 14. Sell- ing special each 35c 6 1-4 Domestic!5c <; l-4c yd wide Blenched Domestic sale price vd Brown Domestic 1 - 4<* Brown Domestic yd wide selling special t lie yd 5c 10c Socks 5c Men's 10c quality black Socks on sale the pr Great Cut Price Sale of Ladles' ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

=r THR WEEKLY DBMOCRAT OAZBTTP. TfirtWDAY. DBC. 17. 1#0*. [WOODMEN (HM1.K OPPICBR8. bjr Onur drove of AIUhp for KmuIiik Ytmr. Itoga. Texas, Dec 12. Orange re, No. 582, met In regular ses- Jonday evening. After con- three candidates through mysteries of the Grove, we elect* the following officer* for the en- ig year: Ira. Maude Dunn, guardian Mlaa Kthcl Cute, adviaor. Mrs. Lora Walker, banker. Joe Strode, clerk. Mian Minnie Welch, chaplain. Mra. Delia Heury, Inner sentinel. Charlie Dunn, outer sentinel. Mra. Docla Vermillion, Minnie -ovelady and Guasle WillianiH, mon- • ger«. Miss Vlrgle McCoy, past guardian. Dr. J. T Mantooih, physician Rev. Geo. Dale tilled his regular {appointment here first Sunday. Mr. Grover Priest attended the wedding at Melissa Wednesday. Miss Newell Henderson of#McKln- nejr jgpited home folks last Sunday. RiW Cook of McKlnney, vlaited at the home of .1 D. Walker last Mon- day. Mr. Key Long of Westminster spent Saturday and Sunday with friends here. Mrs. Maude...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

A Sale of Fancy Linens Extra Salespeople. Will help us wait on you. Do your shopping early A mas Suggestions. Nice Rushing on sale from 15c up Belts Pretty, late style Black Elastic Ecltt cn ailft from 25c «P Gold Rings Cold Rings, see them from 95c «p Gold Fobs Men's gold Fobs on sale at about 1-4 off. See them at $1.95 up Cuff Links M.n's Cuff Links. good 50c values, on sal* at a oair and up 25c Old Santa Will be in our store Saturday. Dec 19th Blankets and Comforts Would be an appropriate gift for come dear one. We can save you a little in this department. 6?=c kind, soft fleece cotton Blankets will ue cn salo at pair 45c Nice Comforts $1.25 kind good heavy Comforts will be sole' at each, only 95c Blankets $1.25 kind soft nic fleece cotton blankets. See them during this Sale at pair only $2.00 la'ge size cotton O.ankets at pair $145 G Jt.-nas Hinkerchlcfn on tnle. a Liren. olnin white, hemstitched hand kerchiefs, while they l.^st only each 5c Men's Ties r Men's Four in-hand all S...

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

She craoctftt- TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR, NO. 47. McKINNKV, COLLIN C OUNTY, TEXAS, Till USD\Y, DEC. itl, I1MW. ONE DOLLAR PER YKAJi. => \ BURGLARY AT ALLEN Sheriff Eubank was railed to Al- len jfbout daylight Wednesday, fol- lowing the discovery that the Inter- urban ticket office at that place luid been burglarised during the night. Entrance wai effected by cutting the screen door of the office and turning the lock. The sum of >7 was secur- ed by the burglar or burglars No arrest has yet been made. WEDNESDAY. Add Wilson arrived home today from tho A & M. College to speutl Christmas with home folks. Andrews Gough who Is attending the A. & M. College arrived home to- day to spend the holidays. • Mrs. R. E. Bristol left today to spend Christmas with relatives In Kansas City und Boonvllle, Mo. Clarence Savage, who is attending the Metropolitan Business college In Dallas was here from Frisco yester- day. ♦ .Dr. T. G. Hoorman was here last nlteht from Princeton, and was one of\the ...

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

m iY. /' 1 O W Remarkable Story/ The story of Mrs. Matilda Warwick, of Kok 011:0, |lnd., as told below, proves the curative properties ol ; that well-known female remedy, Wine of Cardui. J Mrs. Warwick says: It Will Help You "I suffered from pains in my head, shoulders, limbs, side, stomach low down, dizziness, chills, ner- vousness, fainting spells and other female troubles. 11 was almost dead. Three doctors did not help me. At last, I took Cardui, and with the first bottle ob- tained relief. Now I am cured. But for Cardui, [i would have been dead.'* Try Cardui. AT ALL DRUG- STORES J. A. Craver, a moat substantial citizen and farmer, living near Princeton, called in and pushed up his figures for Hu bin Weekly Dem- ocrat-Gazette for 1i)09, also had us send him the Dallas News, getting boih papers for $1.75. Thanks, Mr. Craver, call and see us often. Houston and Texas Central Railroad. Perfect Track, Modern Equip* meiit, Splindid Service. Sore Connections South. North and Thortigh Sl...

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

IxSatTWhat You W0nt of the food you need * Kodol will digest it. Vou n^d a sufficient amount of food wholesome food and more than this you need to fully digest It* Else you can't pain strength, nor ean you strengthen your stomach If It Is weak. You must eat In order to live and maintain strength. You musf. not diet, because the body requires that you eat a sufflo tout 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 rest, and Kodol will do that. Our Guarantee Go to your drugplst today, and purchase a dollar bottle, and if jou can honestly say, that you did not receive any benefits from it, after using the entire bottle, the drug- gist will refund your money to you wit hout question or d...

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

Mid Proprietor*. 1 Inner Isuudale, Associate Editor. ■ntered as second-class mall matter. To Subscribers—Tbe date printed opposite your oame on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indi- ■ the time to which your sub- i tlon la paid. All subscription* Ire on the drat of the month. Any crlber not receiving tbe paper regularly will please notify ua. We oo uui tteuo receipts lor money paid on subacription, but credit Mune on slip attached to paper; If oradlt Is not shown on slip In ten days from date of remittance, notify this once. If you have a great big grudgu In your heart, "cut It out" before the new year 1909 begins. Editor Pulitzer Ik going to Pana- ma; and CV.ar Teddy will soon be off for Africa. Let 'em go. McKlnney's banks are full of money. This has certainly been u prosperous fall for everybody. The New Uruuiifels, Texas lid failed to lit. We hope Governor Tom will make a new one; one that will lit. Congress has adjourned for the holidays, and all the Texas congresa- ue...

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

■ mifwv' THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, DEC K, 1908 €- CHRISTMAS ' GEOlUilA. r 8t )m |he liit* lat Hit < |red at Ihls Itte (kpt. Richard *on Writes of Observ- aDtt> Fifty Warn Ago. Wonderful changes have taken place in the dear old Southland ittnee 1808. JameH Buchanan wan Presi- dent of the United States, and John C. Breckenrtdge Vice-President. The South was at the very zenith of her power, and glory, ami tliu old hind blossomed as the rose. Laura) Hill Plantation, whnse broad acres ex- tended for miles up and down the Savannah rlvfir, wag the scene of life nnd gayety. Down on the nogro quarters the dame had already be- gun; eonrs, liunjo and fiddle fairly made the welkin rim: -for It was Christmas time* and tlio darkles were happy. They hud recently re- ceived their winter clothing, and a bountiful supply of holiday rations, which the women were cooking In cakes, pies and other daluty dishes for their Christmas dinner. Up at the "big house," as the darkles call- ed ...

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

,A BP I o sLs-* fLaa 1 %!ij& Bought sample line at prices never heard of. He want* some 600 McKinney and Collin county people ty go. The rate will be very low. No better or more luuduble cause on earth thap to help these poor orphuu children at the Home. There are nearly 700 of them. We hope that Mr. Crouch will be able to get up thin excursion. JI: W£L £RS * BOOkStCLERS-M'KlNHEY. TDX The Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Walter B. Wilson, Editors, Publishers and Proprietors. Stunner Lansdale, Associate Editor. Bntered as second-class mail matter. tSi 1 1 To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper lndi- eates the time to which your sub- scription is paid. AU subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any anbscrlber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. We do not send receipts for money paid on subscription, but credit same on slip attached to paper; If credit is not shown on sli...

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

THB WUBKLT DBMOCRAT-Q AZETTK, 1 EXCELLENT DESIGNS la tho ever-populur Mission furniture shown In our dis- play fur the holidays. We have some very attractive dining room suites that are selling at living prices. IT you are expecting gnests, you will v.l h your (lining room to present a line up- pearunce. From Garret to Cellar we have the necessary fur nlshlngs to null all tastes and ail pur boh flManm J. P. DOWELL 'flic "Quality" Furniture House McKinney, Texan. * Christmas Cards Booklets and New Year's Post Cards See our display in the window. North Side Drug Store Particular Attention Given Prescriptions. Ci. M. WOODALL, Proprietor. Z Phone 4HO, ♦ M.KINNKY, TK.YA8. t SANTA CLAI M Is tli«• liest judge for coal, and he knows a good thing when he sees it, jtnd the people of McKinney know a goo 1 riling when they try it. "The poof of the pudding Is in eating It." That is tho reason that our patrons never swerve from our yard when wanting to htj in a supply of coal. There Is nothing to...

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

'**• ' . ' 1 r«s u.' ^ "' * THURSDAY, nee u. isog. «pprawffi|RHiRP. 'IB B5Flwi®BK®eiFlH i Xmas and New Year Sale Extra Salespeople. Will help us waft on you. Do your •hopping early. Xmas Suggestions. Nice Rushing on sale from 15c up. Belts Pretty, late style Black Elastic Belts on sale from 25c "P Gold Rings Gold Rings, see them from 95c "P Gold; Fobs Men's gold Fobs on sale at about 1-4 off. See them at SI.95 P Cuff Links Men's Cuff Links, good 50c values, on safe at a pair and up 25c Old Santa Will be in our store Saturday, Dec. 19th- Blankets and Comforts Would be an appropriate gift for some dear one. We can save you a little in this department 65c kind, soft fleece cotton Blankets will be on sale at pair 45c Nice Comforts $1.25 kind good heavy Comforts will be sold at each, only 95c Blankets $1.25 kind soft nice fleece cotton blankets. See them during this Sale at pair only mumm Great Xmas Sale continued until Jan. I, 1909. We wish you, one and all, a Merry Merry X mas and a br...

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

DUKE TOWEO PRINCESS FAYIitRG. London, Doc. 1 s.—Dlsput-hes from Rome indicate that the Italian court will give the Duke D'Abruz/,1 no more opportunity to fall iu love with a girl that does not belong to royalty. Dowuger Queen Margber- ita, who wu9 responsible for shatter- iug the romance of the duke mid Katherlno Elklus, has already be gun negotiations for a marriage be- tween the duke and a German prin ceaa. according to a report curreut in the Itullan capital. It Is possible that the marriage will taKe place when the duke re- turns from his next exploring tour, on which he will set out in Febru- ary. There Is no credence here in the report thut Miss Elklns Is coming across the ocean to wed the prince, but the rumors as to the royal choos- ing of a Herman princess are general- ly believed. Such a marriage would undoubtedly be balled with delight by Emperor William as it would bind Italy closer to the German em- pire and help to preserve the triple alliance. TUESDAY. Fay Weaver near...

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

THIB WEEKLY DKMOCRAT-GAZBTT1C. THURSDAY, DEC. U, l Og. OR NETS REPORT The following Items of pabllc in- terest are taken from the annual re- port of County Attorney Cteorgo P. Drown, filed with the District Clerk of the Fifty-Ninth Judicial District Court, for the fiscal year beginning Doc. 1 1907 and ending November 30, 190$: Exi is fi-es paid into the county treasury, over and } ove the maximum foes al- lowed hy hiw to the county attorney and Ills assistant $775.70 Paid to the county on Judg- ments recovered on forfeited bonds . . Prld to the county on ex- cess delinquent foes . . . . $100.57 $400.00 Total for fiscal year .... $ 12 70.27 The total amount paid Into tli« county treasury for the paat two years, from the Collin county attor- ney's office is $1820.37. This Is an excellent showing and reflects much credit upon the able Professional Dept.^ T. H. Bryant, Dentist. Foote House. Phone 20 3, McKlnney. Dr. R. I.. Hurl on. Specialist, eye, ear, nose and throat, McKiuney. Texas....

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

I ■'W'' \H Y, v V 5S5SSS5HS5" THE WBEKLY DEMOCRAT-OA ZKTTK THURSDAY. PRC. 24, 1908 COLLIN COUNTY TOBAtXXJ. |i!«'n Klumn Here By Geo. ISt'iidri.ks of Near Wen toil. W. fleo. W. Hendricks, who Uvea In ;w <tnlles ofWestou, sends The Dai- ly Courier Oazette and Weekly Dem- ocrat-Gazette a Bam pie of some of nice.'t tobacco that we ever kuw ifd In Collin county. We don't now how'much of a crop he rained, ut If it grows like the sample Bent h, tobacco would surely bo a pay- ng crop in old Collin. KNCOt? NTKItS yt'lC KM A M . Why Ref . A. Tun-in, Moving From Anna to McKinney, Lose*. Mure in Bant Fork. T. A. Parrls, who has resided near inna, while moving bis houschol goods to McKlnney Tuesday, where le has adopted tin* position "f chiel ieputy in the lux collector's ollice fiad a tfirlllln>v experience and lo. valuable mare. When he reached (East Fork, three miles north of Me kinney. he unhitched his team and irove them down into the creek to rater. Quicksand was encountered jhid one...

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

tiiunm . % '.• St THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAST TB. THURSDAY, DEC. 14. 1 0I. S W& The Collin County Teachers9 Institute Coiiin County Teachers' lu- te convened at. the McKlnney High School building Friday morn- ing. to couttuue through Wednesday. County Bunerintendent O. W. West and the oilier members of the cotn- mittoei i". K. Walker, H. P. East- man bii4 W. L. Roper had prepared a moat euolloAt program for the en- tire session, and one that can not full to prove of great benefit to all. The opening exercises bejfati with the song •fAmerloa," after which Dr. E. B; KJng. pastor of the Mfat Bap- tist church, offered n fewert Invo- cation, praying God's richest bless- ings upon all. The add reSS of welcome was de- livered by Superintendent J. 11. Hill of the McKlnney Public Schools, who. In a very fitting ami appropri- ate manner, on behalf of the city teachers and the people of McKlnney generally, extended a cordial, hearty welcome to all Use visitors during their entire stay In Coll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 December 1908

T \%' ■bM' '' Vkmtvttt' ^(TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR, NO. 4H. McKINNEY, OOLI.IN COUNTY, TEXAS, Till RSDAy, d^. 1MOH. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Is, It It; «t Im y 10. |ny iy. RESIDENCE IS BURNED CHRISTMAS IN M'KINNEY The residence of Alderman M. L. , Phillip.- on North Cbefltnut street caught Are about 8 o'clock Friday * night, and won practically destroyed, though by good work the flreboys succeeded In tsuvlng most of the household goods. It Is not known how the fire originated. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips hud been at home dur- ing the afternoon and about K o'clock had gone to the home of a neighbor, preparatory to going to the entertainment at the opera house. JuBt before leaving for the operu house Mr. Phillips heard iihoutlng, and on going to the door, Haw flames issuing from the roof of his residence. The fire aTarm wns at once Hounded and the flreboys, on reaching the scene, inude a gallant light, hut the flames had mode too great headway to permit the Having of the residence. Mr. Phillips' Iohh w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 December 1908

Better Not Get Dyspepsia II you can help it Kodol prevents Dyspepsia, by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion. But don't trifle with Indigestion. A great many people who have trifled with Indignation, have been sorry for It—when nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted, and they have not been able to cure it. t'se Kodol and prevent having Dyspepsia Everyone is subject to indiges- tion. Stomach derangement follows stomach abuse, Just as naturally and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon the taking of Kodol. When you experience sourness of stomach, belching of gas and nauseating fluid, bloated sensation. gnawing pain in the pit of the stomach, heart burn (so-called), diarrhoea, headaches, dullness or chronic tired feeling—you need Ko- dol. And then the quicker you take Kodol—the better. Eat what you want, let Kodol digest it. Ordinary pepsin "dyspepsia tab- lets," physics, etc., are not likely to be of much benefit to you, in digestive ailments. Pepsin ...

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