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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 February 1907

Will Move Bark to Mc Kinney. ) Mr. and Mm. F. C. Thompson will aoou move back to McKlnney after a residence of about two yeara lu Plauo where Carlle ban beeu edit- ing <he Plauo Courier. They regret very much to part from the many friends they have made down there. Hut ua announced elsewhere In to- duy'a paper, Carlle hats bought a half Interest In the Examiner aud will henceforth be associated with us In Its publication. We ahve been Intimately acquainted with him for nearly 20 years and know that he Is just the man we need in conducting the Examiner. He is a man of ster- IIuk integrity, a forcible aud pleasing writer, progressive and a hustler. If you are not a friend to Carlle there must be something wrong, for he "Just won't let a man be his en- emy." Come and see us.—McKln- ney Examiner. Carlle and family moved back to McKlnney yesterday and they are occupying a residence belonging to PluinmdV Hnrrls on South College street. In moving his household ef- fects to Piano two yea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 February 1907

t-Gazette. ■■ i i i i i Published Every Thursday. ^ W. PERKINS WALTER B. WILSON Publisher* and Proprietors. Weft HtN •a ii^flnntlnna t1 2 SI: -,-T%9 data prtni«J oppo tt* margin of the paper or on the —Sain* to wbleo your ub- 14. All •ttbacrtptloM wptrs on __aonth. Any uoacr1b«r n't re- peper regularly will pt*M« notify u r&sxnxjrsissx oradlt U not shown on •Hp la tw of ravfttaaca. notify this otto*. Subscription Hates 0 One copy one year 91.00 1 Entered as second-class rnsil matter. 9 an m H McKinney, Tex., February 2H, HM 7. IN ANOTHER MUHT. ] The merchants of Bonham have thought it beet not tc use newspaper space just now to advertise the I town. The News is going to do some I of it at its own expense. Read the * two columns on this page and see if t R isn't pretty good as a starter. I Any suggestions you may offer to add this matter will be appreciated. —Bonham News. You see a good newspaper stand- ing back on the proposition of help- ing the town on account of a little thin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 February 1907

J*jflw • V F ' ciSBvrdy rhiis — 'i iir i iao\u hkwd lutllr*! A.L, )v.jf inyrftt ' hth, t itr't J U« " H , «' Uuld • itli Lii.c klU o Tatruuolbrr. H« <t i-a. IWhIiI n.i «.k (■ t (Hl-cutkitjll t L>l' ti* huviinp iiu '.xn I'ILI.*, I'txft l* l. aumt Alvxyt v«fi i-*,«• :v R*!i;. ta r>otiI 1 'n *«>/ t'VinW I f' . rtufrlatt ruiiMa dti'-ht- A. ISENBERG Dealer in Scrap Iron. Brass, Metal, Bones, Rags.Press Cloth,Rub- ber, Rope and Tin Foil Telephone 584 McKinney, Texas. Wilson Creek Hetd,\ Poland Chinas T , , Gazette another year and also sub* Improve your own fctoC'k by scribes for the Da*tas News at c'.ub- blng rate. Shoe Shop—Boots and shoes made and repaired by W. Murdock, suc- cessor to R. L. Parker, west r-lde square, upstairs, over buttles Shoe Store, dwtf T. W. Blgble, of Anna Route 1 subscribes for The Democrat-Gazette and Dallas News at clubbing rate. Glad to enroll you Mr. B. OAOTORtA. th. sf'm Kind You Han Always BougM Mrs. G. R. Wear has returned from a visit with re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 February 1907

■'V'V-I ALL OVER THE COUNTY, j Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gasetto's Corps of Special Correspondents. | MILL*. 23,— Mrs. Smith and little ea McMillan of McKlnney visited Matlvea here Friday and Saturday. The young people of Rhea Mill# :'nd Franklin communities surprised tlStf Bulah Hunter last Thursday 'tight with a surprise party. All re- tort a Jolly time. O. M. D. Williams was in Prosper an business Monday. Miss Ella Lewis visited her sib'cer rar Cottage Hill Saturday. The Literary Friday night was iSrell attended and quite a nice pro- <ram was rendered. Mlra Bller visited home folks Sat- urday and Sunday. Mr. Fred Mcintyre of Frisco and Slas Kerr of Foote were in thlB com- unlty Sunday afternoon. Sam Willlamt. and family visited relatives near Lucas Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Guwyn is much improved at this writing. , Claud Thurman of near Cellna vla- • Ited In this community Thursday. Attorney Alex Rhea of Dallas transacted business In this communi- ty a few day...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 February 1907

■A ; RHEUMATIS CURED — —— The Circulation Stimulated and the Muscles and Joints lubricated by using Sloeovs Lirvinveivt I Price 25c 50c 6H00 Sold by &II Dealers "Sloan's "fceatise On The Horse" Sent Free Address Dr. Earl S.SIoan.Boston.M&ss. MEETS AGAIN MARCH SECOND COI.IJN COUNTY GOOD IIOADH ASSOCIATION. V t t MONDAY. J. H. Lewis of Walnut Grove left this afternoon for n sojourn at Min- eral Wells, for the benertt of his health. Walter Heagecoxe, who was here to attend the bedside and funeral -'f his father-in-law, J. w. Pafford, re- turned home this afterno* n. Mrs. W. M. Chaffin who came down from Sherman to attend the funeral of her brother-la-law, J. W. Pafford, returned home this after- noon. L. W. Crouch, president of the Texas Bmbalniers and Funreal Di- rectors Association, returned this afternoon from San Antonio, whuc he had been to arrange for the annu- al meeting of the association, v/hlch will be held In that city, May 14, 15 and 1C. Dr. Spencer of Weston was am...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 February 1907

OMEN WHO CHARM Ith Is the First Ciiential Toward Mailing Woman Attractive. MISS HULDA KUGHLER There is a beauty and attractive- ness in health which ia far greater than mere regularity of feature. A sickly, Irritable, and complaining woman always carries a cloud of depress',an with herj she is not only nnhappy herself but is a damper to til Joy and happiness when with her family and friends. It is the bright, healthy, vivacious Woman who always charms and carries sunshine wherever she goes. if a woman finds that her energies are lagging and that everything tires bar; if h er feminine system fails to perform Its allotted duties, there is nervousness, sleeplessness, faintness, backache, headache, bearing - down paino, and irregularities, causing constant misery and melancholia, ahe should remember that Lydia E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs will dispel all these troubles. By correct- ing the cause of the trouble it cures where other treatment may have f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 February 1907

>) V * — —— * : -'""1 "Hurry up that STAR" u it I'kcs to be without a plug r" in his pockc There's a gen- trfat in every \ te—a wholesome W'i ^riion that has m^de "Star' the dard ch'-v. STAR **LUG CHEWING TOBACCO .id chewing is the most econc -«ical form in v'lic* tobarro is used, so "Star'' is tiie ?'«ost econom- )< ' chewinp Though the best the m V.et affr:as "Star <3 th; cheap- e.i because it is made in full 16 oz. p'ugs of cho*ce, sweet, best-bodied leaf. It ma'".s a more elastic anc tasting chew uian the Hims/, tender, light-bodied Kinds t'.at "chew up" so quickly. Increasingly popular fc forty years and to-day the _• candid cnew. 150,000,00^ /n.. puts sold 'tiuatly In All Stores McDowell is a worthy member of the Masonic fraternity, belonging to St. John's Lodge of McKinuey. T. Ben Wilson of the big Prime- ton genial merchandise firm of Wil- son-Miller Co*, hands us $1.75 to enroll hit* name on The Democrat- Gazette and Dallas News one year at clubbing rule. Mr. Wilso...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 February 1907

i The Longer Lasting Washer You will keep your youth longer* LAST LONGER, if you turn your washday troubles over to tnia light-running HORTON Washer. It will straighten the bent back and drooping shoulders, rest tired arms and limbs, smooth out the WORRIES of washday that are going to make you old before your time if you stick to old-fashioned machines or methods. This HORTON Galvanized Rotary Washer is a new kind of washer. It is glared up to run at double speed while you TURN slowly. It will do a heavy washing quickly, with easy work at the wheel, and wash ALL the dirt out of the clothes, for the hot suds are forced through the fabric at high pressure. It is light and easy to handle, to get in or out doors, up and down cellar stairs. The galvanized metal tub is light in weight but stronger thin any wooden tub. It cannot leak or "fall down? and always keeps sweet,because it can not absorb water. For your own sake, you should at least have a look at this machine and see what modern ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1907

.# X ■k $I)C toeeklo MMtXtiA- 91.00 PER YEAH. McKRNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH, 7. HH 7. VOL. 2M, NO. 5. SENATOR SPOOKER HAS RESIGNED Washington. March 4.—Senator Spooner has written a letter to Gov- ernor Davidson of Wisconsin, tender- ing his resignation as a senator, to take effect May 1, next. The letter was dated Saturday, but the fact such a letter had been written ot that Mr. Spooner contemplated re- signing did not become known until late Saturday night, and created much surprise. Mr. 8pooner said that he had found that to continue In his pres- ent position would require a sacri- fice on his part that he could not justify himself in making. In reply to questions he said that .he would resume the practice of law, but declined to sny whether he woud be located In Wisconsin. He said, however, that he would con- tinue to be a citizen of that state as long as he lives. On being informed of Senator Spooner's resignation, the President made the following statement: "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1907

i iS K] P>:i: (Hi tlvfe Can Says , H ^TARTAR The New Pure Food Law protects you— if you protect yourself— by examining the label to see that it says PURE CREAMof TARTAR For Pure Food- Dr PRICE'S Cream Baking Powder A PURE, CREAM OF TARTAR POWDER MADE FROM GRAPES ENDORSES JUDGE CHURCH. W. C. Dysart Agrees With His View* on Good Road*. W. C. Dysart of Melissa, one of Collin county's betrt known and most substantial citizens, was in the city Monday. Mr. Dysart has for years taken a deep Interest in the quea- tlon of good roads and in conversa- tion with a reporter of this paper ■aid: '1 watf pleased to read Judge Church's address at the good roads meeting Saturday, Feb. 16, especial- ly that part in which lie said that in the low places an ordinary scraper should be used in order to make side drains and raise centers* and not to depend too much on the grad- er. However on coming into McKin- ney from Melissa today I found that the road hands in the bottom on the north side of East Fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1907

V J \ ■*% + ]S t >\ it 1 n d J «* •> •:• <? •> <• •> <• • ❖ T. H. ltltVAMT, Dentist. FooU ♦ ♦ House. Phoae 203. McKinney. * R. C. MERRITT Attorney at low—Practice In al< courts. North Side Square.McKin ney, Texas ♦ 4 ♦ JAMBS LEWIS, Veterinary « ♦ Surgeons, prompt attention, of- <• ♦ flee phono 339; North Ken- <• ♦ tucky street, McKinney, Texas. < ❖ •> •> •> •> •> •> ❖ « ❖ «. K. AHKHNATHY, Fire In- <• «0 suraucc Agent; office west side <• <• Ouly the oldest and best com- ♦ ❖ panics represented. 4> 44 ******** ****** ♦ ♦ * H. A. ARERNATHY, Lawyer * Collin County Abstract Co; 4 4 Land titles abstracted and per- 4 4 fected. Money to loan at low 4 4 rata of Interest. 4 44444 '• 444*4*4444 4444444444*44444 4 ❖ It. E. CHAM It Kits, Fire Insur* * 4 anre Agent; represents nothing < *• hut he best companies; at <■ ♦ Star Bakery; phone 84; Mc- 4 * Kinney, Texas. 4 ****************•& ****************4 4 « 4 F. G. HEDGES, D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1907

Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER B. WIUWN Miton, Publisher* ud Proprietors. tc Bsbecrt ber : —The date prlnUMl opposlt* m ob Um marg In of the pmr or on the r indloetee the lime to wmen your tub- ■SySRSw&jS •trtag tlM peper regularly will pleaaa notify ue Subscription lUtoi One copy one year • 1.00 Entered at second-class mall matter. McKlnney, Texas, March T, 1007. Texas Farmer: The Texas Sen- ate wants to prescribe the character of advertising contracts newpapers may make with railroads. They want a law prohibiting newpapers from aceeptlng mileage books In payment for advertising. This thing is se- rious. Next thing we know they will forbid the papers to take checks for payment or silver. They may com- pel newspapers to receive only $1 paper bills. They may go even fur- ther and prevent newspapers from receiving cord wood, watermelons and other vegetables, or cigars, or circus and theater tickets, etc. Then they may want to prescribe subscrip- tion and advertisi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1907

-a t V \ f A ALL OVER THE COUNTY Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. COTTAGE HILL. March 5.—The remains of Mr. Patterson of Weston were interred 1c the Cottage Hill ceraeiary March 2. 'Uncle" Alvin, as he was called by almost every one. was seventy- seven years old; had been living In Weston about forty years. He num- bered his friends by his acquaintan- ces. Rev. O. L. Moreland conducted the funeral services. We certainly sympathize with bis bereaved wife and children. The young people enjoyed quite a nice singing in the home of Mr. B. A. Oladden last 8unday evening. Only those who have had the privi- lege of being entertained by them, know their hospitality. 8. K. Pafford, the phone "man of Weston, is putting phone boxes in most all the houses along his lin*?. He will put a box In Mr. Parks' ana F. F. Morrill's thlB week. M. M. Pafford has been right sick. Mrs. M. W. Pafford who has been visiting her sister, near Sulphur Springs, w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1907

•d Krtety fhurBdny. w m 9a €j m m &M J 1 i * TOM W. PBRKINS WALTER B. WILUON Publishers and Proprietors. „.bere:-The dsts prtated opposite on U s margin of the psosr or on the 4lo%tee the time to wftlch four sub- I pktdt AU ub*or)pt\on eiplri on tM month. Any eubecrlber n*/ «"< - paper regulsrly will plesee notify u* We M>iMm4 rxoetpw t oredtt •ataortptioat, t fcCT&V.? Mr os«, oat orsdlt ssms on slip o red it ts not shown on slip tsteo of reaituaoe, notify this ottos Subscription lUtes One copy one year ■# §1.00 Bntered at second-clans mail matter. ma.—^—" MrKlnne;, Texas, March 7, 1907. LOCAL PAPER'S VAMJE. la Worth More Tluui Anything Else v " to a Town. Palpt up and clean up before the lire bOys come. Just two months more. '-Soon be here. Start now. More shade trees have been plant- ed in MeKlnney tHhrtfeason than In the five preceding years altogether. This is as It should be. The state fire boys will be here live hundred strong In May. They will receive a hearty w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1907

* I i (H NewSpringGoods WORTH OF NEW LACES, EMBROID- ERIES, RIBBONS, DRESS GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES AND SLIPPERS, opened at our store the past 10 Days. Mr. Knight has been in the East some time buying the big Spring stocks for his several stores, and the goods are now ar- riving. "We make the prices others must meet them." One Price W. S. KNIGHT S New Waistings Just received a large assortment of very newest patterns in White Oxford Waistings. See them the yard 15c 20c 25c Save the Premium Tickets Eureka Carpet Warp Hamilton-Brown Slippers This season we bought the famous Ham- ilton-Brown line of Ladies Slippers. Let us sell your Best Spool Warp on sale while it lasts, the box ... 1.19 American Beauty Corsets The highest standard Corset. Next time try an New Spring Slippers American Beauty Corset Corset Cover Embroidery WO yards, extra wide Embroidery—pretty pat- terns, suitable for Corset Covers, worth 35c yd on sale the yard Only 25c Sleeveless Vests 100 dozen Ladies Sleeveless Vest...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1907

mmsi I Jv^L • itjp, PBWWpqWB* ' .,v W ife 4iif w • ier. f: 9 ; ♦ «s if ^. i i ■ t iih'-. i I f o IT *? :"V «*«5 Isn't This Town A Pretty Good Town? Not, Why Not? move to some other town, wouldn't you f But you don't think mu<m of this town, you say I Well, A GooJ Butter In the goat line won't do to eoreaJ bread with. For cooking, pastry, pan cakes and bread, you want Batter That's Sweet. We have It and It's lowln price. Butter tftat's strong enough to argue with you. or do stunts you can get at other grocery stores, but not ours. Try ours and mlle and be happy. BARNES & GERRISH Phones 94 aid 525 McKinney, Texas ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ =•& t r r-00 Passenger Service Two Through Trains Each Way Daily Between JNorth and Souh Texas Four Trains Each Way Daily Between Dallas and Den b Pullman Sleeper Service between Houston and Denver, Colo., via Ft. Worth and the Denver Road Galveston, Houston, Dallas and Denison. Strictly Up-to-date Equipment Service Unexcelled. 1 For information relative t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1907

Sloaivs Liivinveivt Fop Cough, Cold, Croup, Sore Throat, Stiff Neck Rheumatism and Neuralgia At all Dealers Price 25c 50o 6 ♦1.00 Senf Free Sloan's Book on Horses , Cottle. Hogs & Poultry Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan 615 Albany St: Boston. Mass WEATHER FOR PAST MONTH A Point in the Case! ULYTHE CHAPEL. March 5.—The farmers are very busy planting corn and oats. On account of the rain the liter- ary society failed to meet Friday Bight. Quite a number from this commu- nity attended trading day at Mc- Kinney Monday. Sunday school and prayer meet- ing was well attended Sunday con- sidering the bad roads. Prof. Hardin who had the mis- fortune of fitting crippled in a runaway, is now able to take charge of his Bchool. Those on the sick list pre as fol- lows: Mesdames Gallaha and Char- lie Snider, and Messrs. Dave Spur- geon and Henry Stibbens. Frank Klrby and famTTy'""o^Tf)r^ est Grove viBited relatives here Sun- day. HLEEPY HOI.I.OW. March 5.—Since these are the first items from the abov...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1907

1 The Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursdsy. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER B. WILSON n, I*nblishers and Proprietors. To S«hwrlh#.r.: -Th l U printed oppo.tt« • our niBifi n m# BMrilu of tbt p*pr ^9® •r5wwth« tiM to wuiok your ub- •oiiotton l« ti«ld ut*cr1ptlon «iplr or k| Im[ 0f ton month- Any mbwibir a « r# eivtag tb« pip«r r«tal*rljr will plewe notify u We M aoi >«od reoeipu tor m.>a«>y *• «ee*or1ktloua, oat outfit tin* on <rtt # tMh«- 10 a«per, if uredli I* not «hown on ellp in t« tow* from lit* of rawliuuoe. «>oMtV thl« oB'* " ■ " * " Subscription Rate* _ One copy one year fl.CO «■ Entered as second-class mall matter McKinney, Texas March , 1907, SETTING TKK PACE. The good roads agitation may be an Innovation for some sections of the country, but not for Pluno. As . President E. W. Klrkpatrlck of th*. County Good Roads Aesoclatlou tr.t- ■fly pays. "Piano has built the first 4 Bectioii for the split log drag to '.come Into general use. The thrifty farmers thereabout a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1907

Exceptional Bargains! IN Pianos and Organs Also Singer Sawing Machine. Having been in tin* Piano ami Organ business in Collin County for th« past twelve (1'2) years,• ami having koM during that lime only makes of <lemonHtrat-<1 merit Kimball, Estey, Hamil- ton, Camp & Co.,—which have met every requirement and de- mand of my trade, even the moat fastidious, I feel juntitled in Holioiting a continuation of your support and patronage during th« current year. 1 am in a position this year not only to meet the keenest competition possible, but to even go further than thnt—to give you Bargains in Pianos and Organs that you| will at onee recognize and appreciate. Among other reasons for thin very favorable situation, 1 have made a material reduction in the number of salaried salesmen, k1u| altogether ifi Carload lots and do not practice the very unjust custom of paying com- missions to teachers and solicitors to induce them to recom- mend my pianos, thus dealing directly, frankly ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1907

Kill the Green Bugs! The way to do so is to plow them under with Canton Plow* and Middle- Breakers. Then harrow with the "Canton*' Harrow. Then plant your land in corn and cotton with, using the "CANTON" Cotton and Corn Planters. Then cultivate well with "CANTON" Cultivators «md we will guarantee that the ♦'Green Bug1' wont be worrying you this fall. Try our remedy and be con- vinced. 1ST OUT! THE CANTON NO. The Swellest Cotton and Corn Planter and Middlebreaker ever Invented If roti will examine II you will have no other NgaltlM lh fr—|withoutr«n«ImgMad> ! It'a mighty handy NotioithiraMvbihMtki "WlthrMke With this it will break out any Cotton row in existence without shooting off sideways. "ASK THE FARMER" It does not cost but a trifle extra. Subsoiler can be furnished which is desirable in some sections. The OLD RELIABLE CANTON COTTON FEED is used which must be good as it is copied this year by a number of our largest competitors. The Canto* hat thai my YOU CAN PUT POUR HORSES ...

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