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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

1 I \ i i THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THt'R. IAY, FEB. 8, 1912. Stops Neuralgia Pains Sloan's Liniment has a soothing effect on the nerves. It stoj)3 neural- gia and sciatica pains in- stantly. Hero's Procf Mr®. t'. M. Dovk* r of Td). •incr.lmrp, Mii.li., write: :—•' Sim.m 1 ,uinnMit ih the best nradiclna in tlx wo:Id. Ii h.n relbvi.il meof N, i;r.ii,;i.i. 'l'iio:.- paiun have ;ill f-i'iiu aii.l I n tnily say yoi.r Liniment did mop ii Mr, Andrew I'. i.. ircf 50C'i.-iv Street, Cumberland. Mil,. wriu i i — •' 1 li.-ivj Wed Sloan'* Liniment tor Npinlula and 1 ccruinly do [ uioo it vury i-iutlt.' is the best remedy for rheu- matism, backache, sore throat and sprains. At all dealers. Prffe 25c.,SOc.cwd $I.OO Sloan's fcnoV on Hornw, Ca!ilc Hogs and Poul- try sent ires* Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan Boston, Maao. PAYMENTS ARE BETTER Collin county has something to bo prouil of in the way her citizens have paid their poll tax this year. Not that the increase is so very much greater than last ye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

/ Vf t* • THB COLLIN COUNTY NEWS FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS THE LATE W. T. HEI.MH S«m to lie the First White Boy Horn in Collin County; Corinth lt4'IIIK. W. T. Helms uncovered some very interesting relics lust week looking through some papers which belonged to hiB father, James Helms, who died several years ago. Tax re- ceipts bearing dates as far back as i860 were found, and one receipt bearing date of 1SC7 was signed l y A. L. Darnull, county treasurer, one /or If. cents is a curiosity and is dat- ed 1870. It bears the signature oi 8. K. Rudolph, deputy sheriff. James Helms was born In Collin county in 1841 ami was the first male white child to be born in the county. His father, Thompson Helms, canto here from Illinois. In those days the state of Texas gave every married man a section of land and Mr. Helms was Riven a section. W. T. Helms show- ed us the deed, or patent which was signed by Gov, Pease. lie' values th*se papers very highly and they are indeed interesting bits of his- t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

' r Section No. 2 The Weekly Democrat-Gaze ^Tw nSNTV-MNTH YEAR, NO. a. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. h, ll)ia. ONE DOLLAR l'EK YEAR. •A tt* i COLLIN MAN SHOOTS SELF Newt Ferris, aged about 38 years, (% who wrb camping at Kerrvllle, Tex., for several diays, sliot himself Satur- day, dying Ui a few hours. Mr. Fer- ris was horn and reared in Collin county. He was (he son of Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Ferris, pioneer citi- zens of this county. Mr. and Mrs. Ferris came to Texas In the early days and settled near Celina, where they resided up to the time of their death, which oceurredl several years ago. The deceased has always lived In the west part of Collin county until last December, when he sold out and went to San Antonio, then to Jterrvllle. Mr. FerriB lost his wife about a year ago. He has been In very bad health for several yearB, being afflicted with tuberculosis of the lungs. After the death of his wife he was left with five small children to support. Not being abl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

# . ■< % THE WEEKLY bfeMOCRAT-QA2)BTTE, THURSDAY. PE&. fc, 1912. Hakl A TASTE OF White Billows Flour after It lias been baked will at once disclose Its superior quality. Bread can be lighter and more palatable, cake more delicious and pie crust more flaky. The first sack of t <► 1 > C White Billows Flour % you try will make you a steady user If you take pride in your bak- ing. Try that suck today. The sooner you begin the quicker you can bo really proud of your baking. HULL- HOLD BY ALL ITRHTCIASS GROCERY STORES, Collin County Mill & Elevator Co. MoKINNEY, TEXAS. The Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED manssss EVERY THURSDAY Tom W. Perkins, Walter H. Wilson, Editors, Publishers and Proprietors. Oreenborry Adams, Circulation and Assistant Business .Manager. Entered as soc.ond-;dnss 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 is paid. All subscriptions expire on th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

1 t4 \ ; i* \ Will Last Until Saturday Night, February 17th. We have just completed our annual inventory and closed a successful and satisfactory year's business. In going through, counting every item and measuring all goods we find many lots of merchandise which we will close out below wholesale cost, All winter goods must go. Odd lots of clothing, shoes, etc., go in this sale at lower prices than you ever saw. Special Sale Muslin Underwear Ladies nice Cambric Underskirt, embroidery- trimmed, regular $1.00 values, each 75c $1.25 Cambric Skirts 98c Ladies extra fine Cambric Skirt, nicely trimmed, with two rows of embroidery, regular $1.25 val- ues for 98c $1.00 Gowns For 75c Nice Cambric Gown, beautifully trimmed, lace and embroidery yoke, 1.00 quality only 75c $1.25 Gowns For 98c Ladies fine 1.25 Gowns on sale, special only 98c C'ose Out Prices On All Sweaters Ladies1 fine all wool white $.'> sweaters at *1.75 $2 sweaters only $1.25 $1.50 sweaters cut to •1.00 Special Sale Child...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

WE! FTMB. 8. 1IM. ■*- WGXT V *,i l!4.J ,i Ir* ■■-!■■ <* \v WMir-Z -O. <; ffL^- * '1 V..V.V H 18 February Clearance Sale Feb. 10 to Feb. 29—20 ta 25 Per Gent Bsdustisn on Almost Entire Stosk We fin J that w; have almost double the amount of stock tha" we usually have at this time of the year and to make room for our spring goods we are going to give a GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE. Everything in our entire stock of housefurnishings goes at a reduction (with very few exceptions) for cash. Goods will be charged at regular prices. Choice 4c Artlcli •s of every-day use, worth up t<i to cenjts, ill 4c I Clin Cutter !«• I I'Dtat.o Masher, wire, . . ,4c I Cake Turner 4c :: riest Erks 4c I No. I Lamp Chimney. .. .4c I No. 2Lamp Chimney . . . .4o I :i qt. Dairy Pan 4c 1 2-qt Pudding ''mi • • • • 2 I I'lnt, Cups 4c I Class Spoon Holder, . .v. .4c I Glass Salt and Pepper Shaker Ic 1 1 I-inch Basting Spoon.. .4c 2 Snap .Mouse Traps 4c I 5-Inch China I'lo Plate. . . Ic I 4-inch China Uerry Dish...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

V * 1 > / L Holeproof Hose, (! months and no holes is the guarantee. Pretty Neck Ties, all shapes and Btyles in collars, hats to fit your head andi your purse, shirts that fit and look good. If it's in the men's clothing or furnishing's line you'll tind it here at the right price. Howell & Lucas Hi*. Thomas Gibson, aged about G6 years, died at her home in the Roland community, Thursday night at 8:20 o'clock, after a two weeks' illness. Mi'b. Gibson had' resided in the Roland community for the past forty-six years. Probably no other lady in Collin county has more true friends than the deceased. She was a consistent member of the Metho- dist. church and had been for many years. She devoted much of her time to the cause of Christianity. She was a devoted wife, a loving mother and a kind and generous neighbor. She leaves a large cir- cle of friends to mourn her death. Mrs. Gibson is survived by her lius- baiul and two daughters, Mesdames Geo. Allen of McKinuey, and Annie Reed of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

ITp to you, dear lady, ami It we don't miss our guess, you'll have : pair. A Pair ot Shoes from our new stock Ih suita- ble for walking, home wear, or •Irons. To be fuhIi ioital ly at- tired you mutt have a pulr. Vlel kids. patent leathers, and undress <1 kids or calf, we <un furnish from our stock. The size you always wear is what's here waiting for you. lnt<< THE WEBKLT UHJMC >SETT1S. THURSDAY. FBB. ■ , 1912. ufjn ■ «« r «Wf": ; «J. A. WATERS exclusive shoe store RIGHT i . , as mGaeam - ;>• I f I Spring Suits ii Positively, I way unto you—• Do not order your Spring Hult until you have seen me. I want to prove my claims to you. My claims are so num- erous they can't he listed in this ad. It's a pleasure to look through the samples iu a big tailor shop like this. Call around today. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOH. North Kentucky St. cr PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS WEDNESDAY i (t M. C. Cay lor, one or the promi- nent farmers and good friend ot these papers, from neur Graybill,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

. jfflfpl'i '.:-j>;■■';;::■.$}. •,\ .. mmrnsem | | ' ' ^THOn WEBKLT DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, P^B. 8, 1912. r- - < • i \ **ife f :,v'v RMERS, ATT ON! sn®r ra/s implement carefully-note comparisons Our Planter Has Direct Beam Hitch. No Breaking of Tongues in Turning, and 25 Per Cent Stronger ; Other Planters this Style Hitch from the Tongue. You adjust the suction of sweep or buster on our planter with little lever in front of hopper. You can plow through the middle of the field where the ground is loose, and when you get to the hard ground at the end all you have to do is push the lever forward without stopping your team. Other planters you adjust from the foot piece under the planter. Our new planter has the clutch in both wheels, instead of just one, taking away any side draft that might be caused by one clutch. Our rear plows can be left floating in loose ground, or adjusted to take hard ground. The tongue balances on this implement. Two cogs constitute the gear this plan...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

w . i Z-fSfW Tf - THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, FEB. 8. 1912. Ha In th to di <€ II b. A U e< s l X c f f c f I « We want your Feb- ruary business and will give you the biggest values in groceries possible to be obtain- ed any- where. This Is Headquarters for Seed. Every Kind i; ! of Seed You Want. Call on Us. o <► KISTLER & BRISTOL i TOP QUALITY GROCERIES. PHONES 04 AND 52fl sixmisu; produce. Mix. II. l<\ (trim of Near Melissa Market* flutter ami Here. Mrs. Flunk Crlm, of near Melis Ha, marketed butter and eggs in McKinney Friday. Mrs. Crlm Hold 136 pounds of butter during the month of January and twenty dozen of eggs. She got twenty-live cents per pound for her butter and 35 cents per dozen for her eggs. Mr. and Mrs. Crlm live on the Scott farm. They have a large family of children, hence, besides the eggs and butter that Mrs. Crlm sells the family needs are supplied. Mr. and Mrs. Crlm milk eight cows and use a separator. LAID TO REST. Special Train Curi'lc...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

>/ f mmm BEST RECORD !«; # The month of December marks a new era In collections and disburse- ments of monev belonging to th« Ruby Kendrlck Memorial Fund. The total receipt* for the month reached the sum of 9406.00 and the dis- bfllMaments amounted to (350.00 which Ib seven times the amount paid out December a year ago. This December le the twenty-fifth month since the Memorial Fund Committee began operation by paying foft.OO per month on the salary of Rev. Charles T. Collyer, of Sangdo, Ko- rea. On Sunday afternoon the eleventh of June, during the nineteenth an- nual session of the North Texas Ep- v/orth League conference with Travis Street Chapter of Sherman, the third annual missionary rally was held. At the close of the ser- vice Qus \V. Thomasson, member of the General Epworth league Board, took the missionary offering amount- ing to $2,022.50. The committee chairman reported 1242.00 cash on hand which money adided to the of- fering made a grand total of $22C4.- 50 to be use...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEB. 1912. Storing *1 w aiie Energy WHY not store some of the abundant energy of youth, so that old age may enjoy the rightful share of it? ■rfjTJT YOU can put by some 7$jjJ of your surplus energy □J in the shape of dollars you don't need to spend, IN THIS BANK where it will immediately take on an energy of its own and, in time, double itself. Thoughtful, purposeful con- sideration of this vital subject NOW may mean the difference between peace and distress; dependence and independence, when the working days arc over," A Savings Account Here, Now, For You THE FIRST NATIONAL BAM McKinney, Texas. Founded 1869 United States Depoitory 4 per cent interest paid on savings accounts John Lovejoy, President. Hfiwoll E. Smith, Cashier. Fred Emerson, Active Vice Pres. J. (5. FlUhugh, Anst. Cashier. Francis H. Welch, Vice P. Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. I Miss Kftlo Dale visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. I*. Dale, ai Ar- cjQt.il, Sunday. Miss EHle is n ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

IS THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT GAZETTE, THUR8DAY, FEB. 8. 1912. f til' ;i ., ILL HIVE $500 TO SICK f OF TEXAS AND VICINITY Indiana Scientist Who Originated the Now Famous "Home Treatment" Offers $1.00 Treatment Free to Sick and Ailing. y In^fir.ler that every reader ioTrat-fi of the DemoWat-Giizette who needt treat- ment may liavo an opportunity to test this celebrated medicine, the now famous Indiana scientist lias come to the front with an offer to give absolutely free a full size $1.00 pack a Go to flvo hundred persons to prove the wonderful claims which iiave been made for it. in making this offer the scientist said: "1 know- that there are many people who have been suffering for years with some chronic disease and many of them have spent large sums of money seeking a cure. I know that these people hesitate about investing money in medicine because they have despaired of ever getting well. Thousands have told me that story and many thousands of (he Bame people have told me afterwards th...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEB. . ttlf. Dr.PRICTS CREAM Baking powder Made from Pure, Grape Cream of Tartar Surpasses every other baking powder in making delicious, healthful food. Protects the food from alum. The Local Happenings From Over Collin County CKLINA. Joe Huo'h baby is very sick. F. S, Fin ley, the Roseland mer- chant, Ih on the Hick list. Twenty-seven carloads of feed- stuff was shipped into Celina M*n- day. MrB. McRoberts, who has been visiting her sons In Dallas the past month returned home Friday. Mrs. Glendenlng and daughter, Miss Jessie, vialted at the home of Mrs. Ben Pratt last Monday after- noon. Mrs. Burch and Mrs. Ous O'Brien spent the day with Mi's. F. 8. Fin- ley at Koseland Wednesday of last A storm of' wind and dirt struck this place Saturday morning, from the north, giving the people another taste of real winter weather. Mrs. Hunter, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Whisenant, of Gainesville, vis- ited the former's mother, MrB. F. M. Lee, at Roseland, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 February 1912

V, V; 12 Pages This Week i*l| | The Weekly Democrat-Gaze , ''V' 'f ' TWENTY-NINTH YEAIl, XO. 8. McKINNEY, COLLIX COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. ! KB. IS, lOia ONE DOLLAR FEB YEAR. DEATH OF HENRY STEELE Henry Steele, whose death tame at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon an a result of drinking the contents of a two ounce vial of carboljc acid, was born in Tennessee and moved to Texas with his parents, in early man- hood. He had lived here for the past twenty-five years, and had made many friends during this time, lie is the son 'of John Steele of New Hope. Twenty-two years ago he was married to Alias Sallie Terry of tills county, who, with three chil- dren, survive him. The children are, Charlie Steele of the New Hope community, Mrs Clayton Coleman of this city and Miss Bessie Steele, aged about fourteen years. Mr. Steele suffered a very severe ill- ness several years ago, from the ef- fects of which he has been mentally deranged at various times since. He •lad attempted to take his own life two ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 February 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT GAZETTE, THURSDAY. FED. 15, 1912. ?♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< FINANCIAL AID 'E WANT to aid every industry that merits t W1 co-operation, and will seek it of us. This bank is constantly on the lookout for opportunities to he useful. The best way to have the co-operation of this v strong institution is to he a depositor here so that we can get acquainted with each other. Let us join forces and grow together. One dollar or more will open an account and start you on the road to success and an assured income. 4 per eent interest paid on savings accounts THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK McKinney, Texas. Founded J86(> United States Depoitory John Lovejoy, President. Howell E. Smith, Cashier. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pres. J. O. Fitzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Francis FT. Welch, Vieo P. Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. DeulIt «( Farmersville. After a lingering illness Mrs. John A. Caldwll died Wednesday morning at 1:30 o'clock at the family residence in Farmersvilk.. Deceased was horn in ISSO at N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 February 1912

? j 1 ; THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. PEB. IB, 1912. IV Winter Sis ■ Half Price Some Mighty Big Bargains—Other Cut Prices All $5.00 Shoes now All $3.50 Shoes now 3.75 2.75 All $6.00 Shoes now 4.75 All $4.00 Shoes now 3.00 All $3.00 Hats go for 1.95 Remember all men's suits just exactly half price-other big bargains all over this store. DICK ALLEN "The Home of Good Clothing" . Very III u( Denlson. Mrs. .1. T. Williams (formerly .Mrs. Lemons) received a telephone mes- sage Friday p. m. from Denlson, to the effect that her little grand- daughter, Carrie Lee Montgomery, was critically 111, and Mrs. Williams left on the first lnterurban t'ar for that place to attend the Utile 0119. The friends of the family hope that the little girl's condition is not so serious as it would seem, and that she will soon be fully recovered. J. C. Duncan, a good man living out on Farmersville, R. F. I). (i, is a new subscriber to the Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, and adding the Dallas News at clubbing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 February 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, FEB. 16, 191*. I I ■ . SHOES THAT SHOW HTVLE In every line «re features of our display. The now shapes ere exceptional examples of clever Hhot- designing. Have a look at I hem before deciding on your NEW FOOTWEAR. We dor.'i believe you'll t are to seek further after you have bocu our offerings. For in ad- dition to their stylish appear- ance they are of undeniable quality and are priced ho mod- erately that you cannot do nearly bo well elsewhere. J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE STOKE THE RIGHT Spring Suits Positively, | say unto you — !)o not. order your Spring Suit, until you have seen tne. I want to prove my claims to you. My claims are so num- erous they can't he listed in this ad. It's a pleasure to look through the samples in a big tailor shop like this. Call around today. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR. 4 North Kentucky St. Miss Mettle Hall and "Uncle Frank" Hunn of Wilmeth visited Mrs. Eva Rowe Sunday. Joe Boone and Miss Leola Roetn- mele of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 February 1912

THE WgEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUR8DAY, FEB. 13, 1912 •••■ •" ■ r n >r) FARMERS, ATTENTIO STUDY THIS IMPLEMENT CAREFULLY-NOTE COMPARISONS Our Planter Has Direct Beam Hitch. No Breaking of Tongues in Turning, and 25 Per Cent Stronger Other Planters this Style Hitch from the Tongue. You adjust the suction of sweep or buster on our planter with little lever in front of hopper. You can plow through the middle of the field where the ground is loose, and when you get to the hard ground at the end all you have to do is push the lever forward without stopping your team. Other planters you adjust from the foot piece under the planter. Our new planter has the clutch in both wheels, instead of just one, taking away any side draft that might be caused by one clutch. Our rear plows can be left floating in loose ground, or adjusted to take hard ground. The tongue balances on this implement. Two cogs constitute the gear this planter. They work perfectly to- gether, no tiding, nor raising, less w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 February 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE. THURSDAY. FEB. lf>, 1912. The Democrat-Gazette I I I PUBLISHRD KVEHY THURSDAY Tom \\. Perkins, WhIIit H. WINoii, Editors, Publishers mill Proprietors. Adnms ('Iiciilallfiii himI Assistant Business Manager. Entered us second-lass mall matter. ju- ——— To Subscribers The date printed opposite vour name- on the margin of the paper or m the wrapper Indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription is paid. All hiiImcriptiona expire on the first of the liiontli. Any subscribe! not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. STUDENTS WHO WORK THKIR WAV. Of the 2<M (i students attending the University of Texas during the cur- rent sessions, seven hundred and sev- enty-flve are either wholly or entire- ly supporting themselves. Many of these students come from the work- ing class, being no strangers at till to manual labor of till kinds. In giv- ing the occupation of their parents, the widely representative character of student body in plainly sho...

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