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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

" U / r> fr- ill >\v Greatest Fall C'A.CH and every department is now complete. Every day for the past month we have been receiving, the Richest and Most Exclusive of Eastern Styles. Now we are ready to show you what "Dame Fashion"; has set aside for you to wear for the coming season. We search the world's markets for your * "ants, and obtain the best that money can buy. Never have we been able to show a more complete^ assortment. We extend to you a most cordial invitation to come and let us show you the "New Things." Such a ray of most exquisite and beautiful wearables shall greet your eyes upon entering this, McKinney's Greatest Department Store, and we are always pleased to show you. Meet your friends at this store. We shall make it to your interest. rmmm m a i.% \af .\~.i ; • : 1.1 v"s>\Ka r , I. /I >..i i Impressive Showing of New Models For Fall Impressive because it is so large and varied that it affords you ;i choice selection of every variety of fab- ric, every ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

R mm Wr v.-rf, ' ' SBBB^ AHEMPTED EFFORT TO MI'RDEH FLA NO CITY MARSHAL. IN RIGHT SHOULDER ■Is Way Homo When Fired Up- on—CHisena Offer 91,000 Reward. One of the boldest and meat das- tardly attempts at aasasslnation In Sh* history of Collin county occur- red at Piano at 10 oclock Tuesday ■Igfct when City Marshal C. M. Hatchlson of that place was shot trann hiding while he waB peacefully ■■Ihlng to hla home, and badly winded In the right shoulder. Mr. Hutchinson was &i town un- til about 10 o'clock, having been In nation with a number of citl- ubout different matters, ther* feeing no disturbance of any kind and nothing to indicate that a trng- «<ty was on the eve of being enact- ed. He resides in the southeastern pari of the town and leaving the toeaincKs part, was walking along all aaoofiHcioua of Impcnd'ng clanger when as he hnd reached within, two blocks of his home, at a point iH?rons the street north of the I'lano Baptist church, where n large syc- annr< tree stood, a...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. FAYBUHG. 1 Sept. 14.—Cotton is eaten up In spots In this section. Most all late cotton is destroyed by the worms and weevil. A. J. Keninp made a flying trip to Dallas this week. Fay burg Kin ulnned its first bale of cotton Saturday. Oscar Brazier and Miss Belle Hurst of Snow Hill were married Sunday. Jap Smith and Miss Addle Skid- more of Snow Hill were married Sun day. .jftlrfe. Wanbevera of Fayburg is on tt swk list this week. JMil. John Hracker of Blue Hldge (delating Mrs. WanbeverB of Fay- burg this week. Mr#. Peel of Fayburg Is visiting Mrs. John Hurst this week at Snow Hill. CULLEOKA. N Sept. 18.—Cotton picking is the order of dny. Mr. and Mrs. E. T Childress of i-'ort Worth are visiting relatives at this place. / There will be nn all day singing i;t this place the nth Sunday In this month. Everybody is invited io at- tcp '. Mr. Crain Is prospecting In west Texas. Culleo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

Ifffp >f§: INK OF IT! Pretty Matron Had Headache i Backache—Her Conditio* II as Serious. :liefin PERU na. \ 1 nfw < ;• *.; i ■ ■ pit w ^ MRS. M. BRICKNCR. 99 Eleventh street, Milwaukee, Wla. Peruna Drug M'fg. Co., Dear Sir*:—A short time ago I found my-condltlon very Berlou*. I had head- ache, pains In the back, and frequent dlzgy spells which grew worse every month. # tried two remedies before Peruna, and was discouraged when I took the first dose, but my courage soon returned. In less than two months my health was restored." — Mrs. M. Brlckner. The reaaon f<u* no many failure* to cure cast** similar to the ahovo is the fact that disease* peculiar to the PELVIC DISEASE NOT RECOGNIZED AS CATARRH. pelvic organs ar« not commonly ffecognlzcd as being caused by catarrh. Catarrh of one organ 1# exactly th •sum as catarrh of any other organ. What will reliovo catarrh of the head ■will also relievo catarrh of the pelvic Oman*. Peruna relieves the** caaes ■imply lwt:nu «'t r«iM«vor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 4 October 1906

THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. it.00 PER YBAR. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1IMNI. VOLUME SKI, NO. JW. OFFICERS OF jr, >-M OFFICIALS CHOSEN BY TKXAH TRACTION COMI'AW . 1S. HEARD VICE PRESIDENT HcKiMM )r Man Eleeted to PromlinU lVmition—Work Begin* Oc- tober 10. Directors of the TexaB Traction Company, which is to build the pro- posed iutei-urbnn between Dallas and Sherman, met Saturday after- noon and elected the following offi- ce rB. .1. P. Strickland, president. I). A. Templeton, J. S. Heard of McKinney, W. R. Brents of Sher- man, vice presidents. Oace Goodwin, treasurer. ■lames T. Griffin, secretary. M. B. Templeton, general counsel. Fred A. Jones, chief engineer. The chief engineer, It is said, will have IiIb locating party to begin operations about the middle of the week, somewhere In tin* neighbor- hood of Sherman. The contractors will follow up, beginning actual work about Oct. 10. The general offices of the company jf.vill be in Dallas, on the sixth floor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 4 October 1906

Li* . % I I | mm d Blood 1« the cause of all humor*, eruptions, boll*, pimplen, scrofulous sores, eczema or salt rheum, as well as of rheuma- tism, catarrh and other troubles. The greatest blood remedy for all these troubles, proved by its unequaled record of curat, is Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known as Osrsatabs. 100 doses tl. ft!!'.!1. 1 The Democrat-Gazette. Published Lsvery Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, Publishers and Proprietors. To Bubsvrlbora: —The date printed oppoalte yoar dum e n tho margin ot Uie paper 01 on tin.' Wiapper Indicates the time to whtcn your sub- aerlpuon la paid Ail aubaoiipttona expire on first of tlio month. Any aubucriber nc: re- falTlng tho paper regularly will ploaao notify u*. Ws do sot aand receipts (or money paid on labsoriptlooi, but credit asms on ali^i trucked t j paper, if credit is not ahown on klip in ten ««vs (row date of rsmltUnos, netlfy thU oflloe. Subscription Hates. One copy one year 9...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 4 October 1906

$60,000.00 $50,000.00 Having several enquiries as to acec Home,'' a farm and live stock paper which pting I am the ''Farm sending to 6U00 familier. at my expense. 1 find it necessary to make an explanation in order that you will not hesitate to aocept the paper which is absolutely free to you It is my opinion that farmers and all persons interested in faming should have at hand the beat possible help; for advancement, and that a good paper edited for these interests wonid be tne means of more profitable fanning, and stock raising, and that this paper sent to your home for one year would assist you in raising the grade of your hogs, eattle, horses, mules and farm products, and the able artioles con- tributed to this paper of nearly 60 000 circulation even mea- gerly applied would benefit each family as much as $10.00 and possibly many<times that amount, and I have multiplied ftUUO by 10, which leads me to believe that I shall bo helping the farmers of Collin county $60,000.00 by p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 4 October 1906

:tte. than off lively tot tb« town's Lcvery Thursday. W• PERKINS, B. WILSON, ■«b*clibera: —The date printed opposite won the margin of ibeMper or on the Indletten the time to wbtc* your ub- . la paid. All MibecrtpttoM eiplre on ,o( the month. Any •ubeorlber net ro- the paper regularly will pleaae notify ua. W«4o not vend sawwj«*a ■£js£zzz as ?® ° SobM-ription Rate*. Om copy one y«r fl.oo Bntered aa Mcond-class mall matter. McKlnney, Texas, Oct. 4, 1000. MUST SOON CHOOSE. The sensation of the week 1b the testimony of M. Clay Pierce, presi- dent of the Waters-Pierce Oil Com- pany, at St. Louis last Saturday, wherein he testified that he hnd nt one time during the Inst few months appointed Senator Jos. W. Bailey with his power of attorney to man- age as he (Senator Uailey) saw lit. certain cocporatlon Interests amount- ing to $13,000,000. The whole country is aroused. In Texns, the Senator's friends nre surprised and indignant. They feel that he ha* placed them very m««h on the de- fen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 4 October 1906

rrf, , rl ' V. ** ^ ' - l AAAAAAAA&flU&AAeA#AAAA 1w v vw wWw E'Jmball i Baldwin Estey A Poiitite Gnartatee to Cut Hamilton Schulz Camp & Co Makes that represent the very crystallization or embodiment of the latest and be t impiovementa in the art and science of Piano construction-suocesscs, in other words; having long since past the experimental stage of their manufacture. This statement, this claim, is not based upon our person- al opinion alone of the merits of th«ae instruments, but upon the testimony, unsolicited testimony, of such celebrated ar- tists as Mareella Sembrich, Lilliian Nordicu, Emma Eames, and the matchless band master, John Phillips Sousa; and who would dare to question the ability of these to judge? To those of you who 1 ve on the farm the season of the year has arrived for marketing your products, which you are daily doing; to those who live in town, the tiruo has com© when you are receiving your share of the year's prosperity — in short, the time is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 4 October 1906

$10,000 Worth of Now Fall Goods to bo Closed Out During tho Noxt 13 Days of Our Groat Fall Introductory Salo. We are overstocked and must unload. High priced credit stores will be surprised at the prices we make ONE PRICE S. Knight NEW 600DS FOR LESS fllONEY Sale Will Continue to Saturday Night, Oct. 20th A GREAT SAVING t f f y t x t y y y tfV if mm ■r f / A % > "75 j *, i\> _ :/v. fcr k&gfe Opportunity fijr-L-.vX'w Sft/ (fab m \ -J.*/ r sgj* ?r -s r'AP.i \ V / Season Owing to the short cotton crop, continued rain and backward season, we find we have $10,000 worth more goods on hand than we should at this time of the season. Consequently, we) must re- duce our stock by Oct. 20th. $10,000 worth of Dew clothing, new dress goods, new shoes. Millinery etc., must be sold just as advertised. In many instances without enough profit to coverj^copt and carriage. Our Stock This Season Is one of the freshest, newest, cleanest and prettiest to be found in the state. We turn our goods ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 4 October 1906

If X t 1 X i t ❖ & i I t $ ■ r." ifvPeS' - Many Big Reductions in Price For aA<T great fali A NTRODUCTORY SALE ^ v% 4> fJEW GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, and many bargains we ha vent space to mention here. Bring this PRICE LIST with you, and BUY YOUR FALL BILL. ©SS- You will save enough on a small bill to pay you for coming many miles to this SALE & It is an old Adage that KNIGHT Sells goods cheaper than any store in Collin county W Q KNIf.HT CASH" STORE If • |} lilulllll^ McKinney $40,000 KNIGHTS „ Calico 1000 yards calico on sale Introductory Sale Price 3c yard Apron Checks Apron check ginghams the kind some stores oiler at 7c our special price 4 l-2e yard Bran New Stock Ladies Misses and Children's Union Suits Just Received Cotton Flannel Cotton Manuel that sel's elsewhere at <> 1-tc intro- ductory nale price. Knights 5c yard Browndomestic 2000 yds good brown do- mestic in 0 to 25 yd pieces while it lasts this sale 3c yard Eureka Carpet Warp The host brand spool w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 4 October 1906

- -p-~ '''ffW ' * U;: " " '""Villi WR' •' '• * • "V - -V? : I1..' ('*>* «.■ l#k>;>*i '** ,;i ■ ■. fts E The Democrat-Gazette. Published 14s very Thursday. 1$f m W®$Lj TOM W. PBBKINB, WAUtBR B. WILSON, ■id Proprietor*. itolmteorltien:—Tk« print** opposite Mr MJMion the margin of thepawr or on the SSw rlndto^ thetlm«to wfilA your .ub- gXS•weis5 f,er« oelrteg tho p«p«r regularly will pleaae notify us. ^Rternsissinu's'jB'p'.'t&s Bakacriptlon ltatw. copy one jrear 91.00 Entered as second-class mail matter. McKiiim-y, Texan, Oct. 4, IIHMI. A pull sometimes leads In the wronK direction. There are many and varied forms of coercion and it permeates politi- cal, business and social life. The billows of the Texas political sea are rolling? high, ami have not yet reached their highest point. Happiness is the one thing sought by all mortals in this old world, and the one thing never fully attain- ed. DEATH OF MRS. T. D. WAH MM 'K ONLY TWO WBKKS WITH PEVKIi. TRIBUTE TO HER MEMORY Ih-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 4 October 1906

Going West Join Us! We will defray your railroad expenses if you pur- ,,cha$e. Half rates, whether you buy or not. Wo are coontantly canning crowds to Floyd and adjoin- ing counties. Improved Homes From $8 to $15 per .acre Write ue your wants or come to sec us. We right here at home. Deal with home people. are Also a big list of Westminster and Collin County lands for sale. Dont fail to see us if you want a home. Westminster Realty Company E. G. KINQ, Manager. Westminster, Tex. THE Pirst Nat'l Bank McKinney, Texas. The Oldest Hank in Collin Co.—Founded 1869. Fair, courteous, conservative treatment to all; no pets to foster, and no enemies to injure; to serv« our customers faithfully; to run a go<.d atong Bank where everybody is welcome aud everyone is safe; Honest, Straight Business all The Way Through. T. T. KM Eli SON. Pres FRANCIS H. WELCH, Vice Pres. HOWELL E. SMITH, Cashier FRED EMERSON, Assistant Cashier. ; Thirst Come to our fountain. We are quenching more and more thirsts...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 4 October 1906

MiAii t 1* ❖ $ i if , W' Days Sale ..AT.. DRY GOODS CO ricKinney^Tex. Wm GRAND FALL OPENING SALE! Days Sale ..OF.. Matchless « Price- Making Stiff Dry Goods McKinney w Company /** !• McKinney*| .# The Entire House One Big Bargain Counter. Opens Oct. 1st, Continues 30 Days. When ur'dcors are thrown open Monday morning, Oct. 1. it will l>e the signal for the beginning of the- greatest money-saving sale ever inaugurated in this section of the counti'', As we have overstocked ourselves making prer aration fi>r a Big Fall trade,, and owing to the drop in cotton conditions, we have decided to give the people of Collin County a ITanpy-Raving Sale which will open Oct. 1st. and continue 30days. Below we quote you a few of the thousand bargains. Men's Shirts 200 mens' white stiff bosom shirts, regular value i.oo and 2.00 49c 50 doz colored stiff shirts, best value 49C Assorted colors Negligee shirts, regular value 75c 49C Our lion brand shirts, regular value 2.00 5" 49 Men's Underwear M...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 4 October 1906

.pr* Communications ^ VINELAN1). Sept.25.—Thursday morning at T nlue o'colck Mr. W. M. WUmeth one of the oldest and best knowu citi- zens of this community passed away. "Uncle Manse" was 7(1 yeara ow age, m member of the church of Christ, and a good citizen. The Interment took place at the Scott burying ground Friday afternoon. We ex- tend our heart felt sympathy to the Borrowing wife, relatives und friends In their bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lane und Mttle grandson also Mrs. A. J. Bledso and chlldccn all of Greenville, attended £e funeral of Mrs. Lane's father, , r. Wilmeth. Mrs. Annie Davis und granddaugh ter, Annie Mae, attended the funer- al of her brother, "Uucle Manse" Wilmeth. Mra. Mayden of the Territory Is visiting Mrs. Lulu Franklin. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Carrlngton and little son visited in McKlnney Ust week. Miss Grace Kerr gave a house par- ty hist week. The ladies that were present were as follows: MIsh Lilian Bean, of Howe; Misses Muzie and Mattle Webb nnd Miss Haz...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 4 October 1906

or H That is by actual count all the fall goods we carried over; seven overcoats and eleven suits from last fall's stock of clothing. Therefore we are showing the most up-to-date and most depend- able stock of Fall Clothing ever shown in McKinney. We are yet young in business and have not any old stock to show you. If you want to be well dressed with the latest .fashions of the season s Kuppenheimer Clothing well fills that want. You can find here anything in color black. We have added io stock one of the best lines of boys' two-piece line of Clothing in the country; therefore we can fit you out from son to father. Our furnishing goods department was never so replete with all the latest creations of the season. See our line of Hats, Fancy Vests, Shirts, Gloves, Hosiery, and you will not regret it. From $5.00 to $25>00 Allen TH El HOME OF GOOD CLOTHING IMPROVEMENT, TH ORDER OF THE AGE." THAT'S WHY WHITE BILLOWS IS HUTTER THAN EVER A TklAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. fine boy. W, H. H. Fous...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

■ *f' " JJPi 1 .A*., THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE «1.00 PER YEAR. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER II, IO<M . VOL. 158. NO. SO. JNTERURBAN TO BREAK GROUND TO TAKE CHARGE CUBAN AFFAIRS ^PRESIDENT STRICKLAND SETB TIMK FOR WORK. UMELY NEXT WEDNESDAY He Confers With General Attorney and AwislMt Chief Engineer Ikttvding the Road. CHARLES K. MAGOON 18 TO SUC- CEED TAFT. WINTHIOP IS NAT TO GO IWdrnt Roowvelt Decides to Kol low Plrst Plans—Rebel* UItI«I Up Anna. GALA DAY FOR REPULIGANS HON. A. J. ROHBNTHAL NAKKn SPEECH HKHK LIEWS ON NEGRO . If at.y person In McKlnney has continued to entertain any doubts concerning the construction of thr Sherman-Dalian electric line, In the face of the chartering of the compa- ny, the sale of the share*, securing of the right of way and the activity that has been displayed by those In- terested, surely those doubts must now be dispelled, for the very time for the beginning of the work has been set and that not In the distant future, bu: almost ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

MST * V* l;IP Democrat-Gazette. Published l*T#ry Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WA1/TBR B. WILSON, and Proprietor*. *r ass®' ^dteaii the time to which your rob- n la paid All ■MlwcrtpUwi| u cd tbu month. Any •uworikwr no. re- j Um paper regitfarly *11 pl«a e notify ua. ,row?ttUMt shown on P tn uu 'i <ute of remittance, notify this office. Subscription ItaUfl. copy on® y«r . 91.00 ■ntered as second-class mall matter. —■ McKium-y, TVxa*. lictober 11, li>< < . These are fine, cool, crisp days. These are busy times In the cot- ton fields. McKlnney can't have too few weeds. McKlnney can't have too many cltlxcns of the right sort. McKlnney should be made the beat cotton market In Texas. There are four circuses touring Texas this fall and each one Is "the greatest, show on earth." The Georgetown Commercial has Just Installed a 7-column Potter press and new folder and has been Improved In overy way. Editor Lee Rountree is one of the best ■ewspaper men in (he State, a true Southern ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

} I Do these black lines look the same to you? We understand eyes and glasses. . Our business to fit the one with the other. Take medicine when you do not need it and you do yourself an inju- ry. Take headache medicine when the aches are caused by eye strain, und the headache will never be re- lieved, permanently. Fifty per cent of all headaches are cauaed by eye strain. Our sclenetlflc eye examina- tion reveals the cause—our glasses bring relief. We fit them right, frames right, lenses right, prices right. Come right Into our store ■next time you ure in town and let us show you how wee an help your eyes. D. GOODIN, Jeweler, McKlnney, Texas. —— C ~) \ CHARTERED. W'j confer dog rees upon our graduates, and give th *m h diploma that wnl be honored l>y any institution in America. Te- legraphy taught. Notes eccepted for tuition. Positions guaranteed. Cat- alogue and a lessou in penmanship free. Your name uu 12 cards for 26 cents in stamps. Wo teach penman snip by mall. N. K. STONE. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

>*M ,i' = Humors ate". K # cmim ptmplM. boll*. h>TM.«ea«M mi other Com of orap- th«y wtiot b> the ayaUm. by fMlUura of VMkDMi, Ianruor, hm «f Wrtto, or debility, without | j^o fn~Tennes.^. iWttBff toy DrvftKinf out* Hood's SwparllU expels thus, renorales, strengthens and tones the whole system. This Is the testimony of thousnndu annually. Aooept no snbatitute, but insist on having Hood's Sarsaparilla la usual liquid form or la eboeolatod tablets i as tarsataba. 100 doses It The Democrat-Gazette. Published i-every Thursday. Si -■ TOM W. PKRKIN8, WALTER II. WILSON, PnblUhers and Proprietors. To Hub#arlbers:-The date printed opposite yoar name on the margin of tin- paper or on the wrapper Indicate* the time to which your sub- Mrtptlon Is paid. All subscriptions eipire on thaOratof ten month. Any auhacrlber nc: re- satrfcg the paper regularly will please notify ua. we ac noi irnc rer mbaortptlons, but oia M paper, it credit la tin from date of ran Wo do not sand receipts for mo...

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