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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 January 1909

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZBTTK. THPHSDAY. JAN 7, ! 0t. BURGLARY AND " HORSE THEFT f"T! \eh th . The store of .1. I). Mctilhannon at nNMiper was entered Tuesday ni^ht and <|uitr* <i quantity of boot*. shoes, shoe litres, kIovw and about $<*. in change taken. Kut ranee was made through a window. and nearly a box matt-hex were used lit lighting; up fche house by the burglars, Tracks in the soft ground In the vicinity of ih * store indicate that two or possi- bly three were enguged in the work. A horse belonging to C. (' May- nard of Prosper, was also stolen. Th« animal, which Is only three yearn old ik dewribed an a deep bay, I r> 1-2 hands hi;ili holding a hiuh head and beinK a good saddle animal. A new red leather bridle was also taken. Horse Itrcovorod. Following the theft of the horse Constable Button Edwards of Pros- pju and Deputy Sheriff Albert Mr- <*uley of this city went to Piano Wednesday and recovered the horse which had been turned loose at that place. Constable...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 January 1909

===== wm 11 i m- "1909 Grocers McKinney 1909 X Extond to our customers aud frlenda tlie compIImeiMi of tbe ♦ suasou aud wish you a happy and prosperous Now Year—alio ^ Y we beg to remind you that we want your grocery buttiltas. For Y cash wo will not be underaold and will take care oft nil the X time business we may ac<ypt. SSB TRINITY. Mrs. Jesae Oronduff, and son, Monroe, were visiting the former's daughter, Mrs. O. Mulkey at Com- merce last week. Mrs. Lee Mantooth, who has been quite sick lor the pant two weeka, la improving. MIbh Klma Hunn, who has been upending the holidays with home folks and relatives, returned to Denton today to r «ume her studies at the State Normal. Miss Virginia Claycomb, who Is teaching the Helm school, spent Sat- urday and Sunday with her mother. There will be u box supper at the Woodlawn school bouse Saturday night, Jan. 9. All art* invited. Will Guflfey and Jo© Nonl of Melisaa were lu Trinity Sunday. One of the most enjoyable events of the holidays...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 January 1909

TWHM'Y-KJFTH YEAR, NO. 50. iL r McKINNKY, OOIXIX COUNTY, TBXAH, THURSDAY, JAN. II. UNM). ONK DOLLAR PER V K AI i ill NEW LINE AT FOOTE HOUSE Workmen will soon begin reno- vatinami remodeling tlie? Foote House dining room and when com- pleted It will he occupied by Mrs. W. K. Mnrshull as nil exclusive millinery and fine nnMon store. When Mrs. Marshall opens thin place for busi- ness It will bo the first time that Me- Kinney luis had a millinery store on the ground floor. Mrs. Marshall, will In a few days, leave for New York where she will select for shipment a splendid stock of millinery, fancy goods and no- tions. arul she prom lues her friends and customers In ndvance that her stock will he complete and up-to- date In every respect. Mrs. Marshall Is known In McKln- ney as a milliner of exceptionally pood taste, and as her first assistant she will have with her Mrs. N. A. Williams, who has been with her for the past four years at the J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Co., where Mrs. Marshall ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 January 1909

H0 WiaMeM er- . ■ >: S\ ■■.:. ■ i Better Not Get Dyspepsia If you can help it. Kodol prevent® Dyspepsia, by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion* But don't trifle with Indigestion. % w ■ *. A great many people who have trifled wilh indigestion, have been ■orry for it—when nervous or chronlo dyspepsia resulted, and they have not been able to cure it. lTae Kodol and prevent having Dyspepsia. Everyone la subject to Indiges- tion. Stomach derangement follow* stomach abuse, just as naturally and Just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach resulta upon iho 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 tho 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 muc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 January 1909

THOUSANDS . ■■ — - '• • i'M •• •?£ -• r ' fa * and short pieces will be closed out during this great Change in Business Sale. Stop! Look! Think! In justice to yourself and family can you afford to miss such a great money-saving event. _ Sleet, snow and rain didn't stop people from attending this great sale. People were here from every corner of Collin County loading up with the many good bargains, that was advertised. A few of the greatest bargains that will be found in McKinney this season. Read the prices. Ladies black hose 10c kind at oc. 50c silks most any shade at 33c yard. 65c blankets at 39c pair. Remnants Calico at 3 l-2c yd. 6 l-2c Cotton Checks at 4c yard, and a world of other good bargains will be found at this great sale. • The Store That's Making Competition Howl Sleet and snowdont stop people from attending this sale. Remnants Calico 1000 yards Remnants Calico all stacked out at yard 3k> Remnants Embroidery. 2000 yards short pieces Em- broidery 1 1-2 to 4 yds in pie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 January 1909

$ AT COST Any Ladies Wrap during this sale at cost. See them. Comforts on Sale Larz* fize comforts good $1.25 raises each Boys Serge Suits, broken size to mentio® all stacked oat during this sale at $4.35 Every Suit in this house. Good $3 values. See them on sale as long as they last suit ===== $1.95 Big lot Men's Pants, good pants fine $1.75 values. Come and see for yourself. All out in one lot at pair only 1.29 Big lot Men's Fine All Wool Pants worth up to $4.50. Every pair must be sold next 13 days at pr ===== 2.95 — Forced to Sell $5000 in the Next 13 Days. Carpenters want us to vacate so they can overhaul our store. We are going to have a big lot of improvements made and rather than pack things away we have decided to sell them at a tremen- dous low price. Remnant sales and cost sales will be nothiug to compare witn this great sale. Watch and Read Hammond's big ad. It will be your grain and our loss. Towels on Sale Honey Comb Towels as long as they last each 4c Laces on Sale 50...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 January 1909

!" 1 t-Gazette 9 vMvt WW Uvbrt" THURSDAY Walter B. Wilson, and Proprietor*. Laasdale, Aiwdato Editor. I;: >"J" 1 l"!" Bote red as second-class mall matter WWW*"11 . i ■ To Subscribers—The date printed •ppoelte your name on the margin •f the paper or on the wrapper indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription li paid. All subscriptions •spire on the first of the month. Any wbecriher not receiving the paper regularly will please notify ua. We oo U'M send receipts for money paid oa subscription, but credit same on slip attached to paper; If credit is not shown on slip in ten 4aya from date of remittance, notify this office. COMPULSORY EDUCATION HILL. Austin, Texas, Jan. 6.—Represent- ative Jess Baker of Grnnbury has drawn a bill relative to compulsory education. The hill as he now has It com pels the attendance of all children in Texas between the ages of 7 to 17 until they have complet- ed the eighth grade at school, eith- er public or private. The parents or guardians are hel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 January 1909

I * THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, JAN 14. 1909. ' M CHANGE 'He died of Rright's Dlseas*." H udly a week pusses that this state- is not made in reference to-some Jininent citizen. | "The increasing prevalence of this (lis- makes the present time seem most IN BUSINESS One of the most Important busi- ness changes that linn been consum- mated in McKlnney this year, or In . . .. .... ■, ; < i. i years for Hut matter, wet ?portune for discussion in the hope that oniH'1 JiiMi.iry f.th. when the le who are unconsciously afflicted 'oorti of the J. D.-Stiff Dry Goods [ith this dreaded disease may revcive ( ° were not thrown open uh usual. A new company Is to be I ' •>w lely warning A prominent citizcn residing in a sarby town informs us that he suffered nearly a yeur from Blight's Disease, it that he recently affected a complete ire. ••What seemed to be the first indica- >ns of the trouble," was asked. •They seemed hardly worth noticing. digestion bothered me at times, my &g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 January 1909

, • We Do Not Miss The Mark !• many times when the fair sex appeal Jo us for a fine ornament, or piece of stiver (or (he home. Not only in personal udorument ar- ticle# do wt< please the critical taste. But in Table Articles nnd in toilet articles we also excel. Inspection invited. Prices are quite reasonable. jdW£L ZjRS '"« aOOKSjflLERS~M<KINr*E:Y Tl'X The Democrat-Gazette PUBLI8HED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Walter B. Wilson. Editors, Publisher* and Proprietors. Sumner l.nnsdule, Associate Editor. Entered as second-class mall matter. To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name on the margin ot the paper or on the wrapper Indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription is paid. All subscriptions expire on the llrBt of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. ,v v tin tun efiui reneipib lor money paid on subscription, but credit •ame on slip attached to paper; If eredlt Is not shown on slip In teu days from date of remitt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 January 1909

THE BEST PROPHET OF THE FUTURE IS THE PAST For almost forty years the First National Bank of 2 McKinney has meant "best" and is pleased to place at the disposal of its customers the fa- cilities gained during this period of con- tinuous service and growth confiden- tially believing it can meet ev- ery requirement of the most discriminative. Make This YOUR BANKING HOME Accounts opened of one dollar and up. Money To Loan f THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF McKlNNEY FOUNDED 1869. ***444 44 *4*4 *4 4 *4**444***4*4* * 4 4 4 * * * * ** * *44444444 * * THE HABIT OF SAVING The love of accumulating a competence (J ROWS ON PEOPLE. At first they don't think much about It; with time comes the reluctance to draw out evim a penny. Start that long delayed SAVINGS ACCOUNT—if only with $1 —you will never regret it We divide our profit* with you by paying you We Pay 4 Per Cent on Savings Accounts The Golsin Gouniy National Bank Capital $100,000.00 W. B. NEWSOME, Pres. .1. L. WHITE, Cashier. McKinney, Texas....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 January 1909

i p «r;- • 1 THB WEEKLY DSMOCRAT-OAZBT TB, TH , f i , IMPENDING CRISIS" American public Ufa holds no more striking figure today than Jannm K. Vardauiau. fortnei Oovernor of Mississippi. As an individual ho in unique, and In a class by himself. Me com- bines the great human sympathy; the strong heart, sound common sense and homely philosophy of Abraham Lincoln; the Are and bluotueds of Senator Tillman of South Carolina, without Tillman's crudities of express- ion, together with an ability as nil orator which places him In the class with InKer&olI, Grady and Ingulls. Yet, bis oratory, IiIb manner. his per- sonality, are all Ills own! Mississippi bail ever boon the home of great orators, and In Vardaman aeems a ra-lncamatlon of the shade of Bargeut 8, Prentiss, her Klunt of ante-bellum days. With a presence which compels attention and attracts; with a voice vibrant of intense feeling, with a message of Import to deliv- er, and with the ability to deliver It and lose none of Its wei...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 January 1909

THIS WBKKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JAN. 14. 1S09. PltOHPKK. Mr*. I .una Johnson visited in Mc- Ifjnney Saturday. Mrs. H. B. Davis west of Prosper, is quite si'k with pneumonia. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ste- vens on the night ot 11th lust., a son. \ Mrs. VV. C. Naugle and son, Alvln, visited in Prosper the latter part of last week. Clayton Hlghtower of St. Louts visited his father, ltev. A. P. High- tower, last week. M. H. Seymore of near Prlseo now occupies one of Dave Luster's places nor'h of Prosper. Rev. .1. W. Hlnckburn and family of Princeton visited Rev. Jerre Mur- tin and fnmlly last week. R. M. Stevens of Wuxnhachle has eeentiy moved to Prosper and with Ills son, will ongaf-.e in blacksinith- i'njt. Rev. "erre Martin united in ntnr- tacre Sunday evening Mr. Pllppen nd Miss SneHthen of the Rock Hill otnmunlty. , Rev. A. P. Hlghtowor Sunday ove- ing united In marriage Mr. Willie Walker of Hllltown and Miss Gertie Wftt or Elm Ridge. The norther struck us Sunday about 11...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 January 1909

'Ml s THR WBRKLT DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JAN 14. 1 09, umiw&o -■ a >3 JQ s 09 P When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain remedy had cured numerous eases of female ills, wouldn't any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would #lso benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ? Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ItocI Hanks, M is.s.—"Words are Iniulciiuntc to cxpreNH what Lydia H. IMnkhum's Vegetable Compound lias done for me. I suffered from :t females disease and Mealiness wliicli the doc- tors said was caused by a fibroid tumor, and I commenced to think there was no help for me. Lydia 10. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound made me a well woman after all other means had failed. IVIy friends are all asking what has helped me so much, and I gladly recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound.'*—Mrs. Willie Edwards. Hamas tend, Maryland.—* Before taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 January 1909

■ H' W « n*n wwwin,r dkmocrat-qazbttk, Thursday, jam. u. ita . BOTH HOUSES I NOW AT WORK Austin, 'I'ox.. Ja«- 13-—I" the House of Representatives of the Thirty-First Legislature, which coii- \i. a >u«leraH>, me feature of the •\ent \v;i{. the election of n Speaker. I p 10 Mon< ay (light three were cau- <1 id lit oh. 1 ton. A. M. Kennedy of Me- Lenean county, Hon. John Moltley of Henderson county and Hon. W, C. Davis of Hraxoi county. The lat- t.t r u not put in uomiinHtiou. lie «i on ied the nomination of Mr. Ken- nedy and the vole was: Kennedy 419, Mob ley ti'i. On motion of Mr. Mobloy, Mr. Kennedy wan declared unanimously elected. All members of the House wore present, One did not vote. Kennedy supporters charge there was executive interference in the campaign, because of activities of Ivovc and Dasbiell. Gov. t'aiSpbell «uy. he hits taken no purl in the mat- ter. The rules governing the proceed- 1p<f of the previous Legislature wero adopted temporarily. oh Darker o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 January 1909

(She wmttm- TWENTY-FIFTH YKAIt, NO. 51. MrKlN.NKV, COLLIN CW.MTV, TBX.Irt, THURSDAY, JAN. Ul. HMH ONE INH.l.,%It PER YEAR. EETING FOR A. & M. COLLEGE > A mas* meeting of the leading men of the county van hold ni the Commercial Club rooms tn this city •'aturday afternoon for the pur pone •f co-operating to secure the estab- lishment of a branch of th<* Agrleult- iftl and Mechanical College of Tex- k*. at some point in Collin county. The mooting whh addressed by Prof. F. O. Jones of this city. Mayor J L. Dog|«tt, W. 11. Carnes, secretary of the Commercial Club, T. O. Murray, and R. T. Shelton of Piano. A mo- tion prevailed that Secretary CarueH wire Senator Perkins und Repre- sentatives Bowles and Spradley • he sense of the meeting, advising those gentlemen to at once prepare a bill and get It on t|if legislative i alendar that action may be had dur- ing this session. Secretary Cnrnes wired Senator Perkins Saturday und It is expected that a bill will be Introduced today <...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 January 1909

1 . k E a--® ; '•A at yV f ... "' ' ■> ?' y \ ' You want of the food you need Kodol will digest it. You need a sufficient amount of food wholesome food and more than this you need to fully digest It. Kiss you can't gain strength, nor ean you strengthen your stomach If It Is weak. You must eat In order to live and maintain strength, You must not diet, because the body requires that you eat a audio 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 yuu 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 Oo 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 you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 January 1909

THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-QAZBTTE. TtU'RRDAY. MAN. 21, 190 U*ti d unit put tip. yVSTw. w.Vtoh it poorly lu UMJlMDt tmlpqul) toptutlwniilust atix !■*. We l,il , DC y U«rt the result*. Ituyottl* moot rxp«-rt tt ixl uri.w w In A nw-rlia. It I* to onf lulYnriUie' to Mttefy you. Wo will. For ml* wry. wfeorr Our !* fen) Annual «r e. Writ* to 0. M. ntlMV * CO OFFICKIW KI^XTKO. By K. it H. Company No. 2 fur En- siling Vtw. i Engine and Hose (.'umvony No. 2, of tbe McKinney Firo Department, has elected officer* for the ensuing year as lollown: M. .1. Padgitt, president; Arthur McDowell, vice president; Will Ogleaby. ecre''.ary; Isaac- Crouch, treasurer; Gibson Caldwell, foreman: Dick Faulkner, assistant foreman; Tom Cloyd, driv- er; M. J. Padgitt, assistant driver; Tom Cloyd, delegate to the- State Volunteer Firemen's convention; Gibson Caldwell, alternate. McCown and Oneal were elected nozzlemen; Crouch and Kindle, plugnien; ChamhllsH, Beverly nnd McDowell, linemen. indigestion is endeh forever W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 January 1909

r-m '7' '■' ^ v." ?j EH v son m IS PARAMOUNT Austin. Texas, Jhu. 20.— (Stuff Correspondence)- Governor Thomas Mitchell Campbell and Lieutenant Governor Davidson were sworn in us governor and lieutenant governor 1 respectively, at noon Tuesday, the House and Senate Hitting tn joint session, Judge Tom Brown, of the Supreme Court and formerly a real- dent of McKlnney, delivering the oath to each.. Governor Campbell made a strong speech "touching up matters generally." Governor David- eon alao replied In a happy vein. The paramouut Issue in Austin this week is the submission queatlon. The House took the matter up for debate Monday afternoon at thret- o'clock aud as this is being written atrong speeches are being made on both sidea. The antl-submissionists claim they have It won by Ave votes while the subiuissionlsts that they have it won by one vote. No one can tell nt this time what will be the result until the vote Is counted, although 1 hope that the will of the people, so strongly e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 January 1909

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 January 1909

¥ . All heavy winter goods must go. Read every line of this advertisement, as we mean every word we say, and every article will be reduced just as advertised. Remember we never write an advertisement that we do not live up to the letter. The only restrictions on this sale is that it will be for CASH ONLY Ladies' fine cloaks, 25.00 and 22.50 values. Let go sale 17 50 15.00, 16.50 and 17.50 ladies cloaks, let go sale | O OO 10.00 and 12.50 ladies cloaks, let go sale 6 50 7.50 and 8.50 ladies cloaks, let go sale 5 OO 20.00 and 22.50 ladies tailor mnde suits, let go sale 10 50 15.00 and 17.00 ladies taiior made suits 12 60 15.00 ladies' skirts.let go sale 1 ioq 12.50 ladies skirts, let go sale 9 SO 10.00 ladies skirts, let go sale 7 OO 6.50 and 8.50 ladies skirts, let go sale 5 OO 5.00 and 6.50 ladies skirts, let go sale 3 98 1 lot ladies heavy wool dress skirts, worth 3 to 5.00, let go sale... 1 50 1 lot misses rain coats, specially for school wear, value 2.50, ht go sale 1 48 Let go s...

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