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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 February 1912

r.-sr ■ / '! -1S t T i k. .#* , . |! / . A: PROrBB wav to mount mail hoxhjs. Rural Letter Carriers' Association Department Address all commit nica- tlons ror this department to S. L. Bndshaw, R. F. D. No. 2, Anna, Texas. FA 1 ■■ ^ -.,3 ■ V -Vi S. L. BRADSHAW AND WIPE. S. L. Bradshaw, carrier on routo 2 out of Anna, Texas, received the appointment Kept. 1, 1903, unil has been continually In the service sluce that date Route 2 is 27.02 miles In length, serves about 110 boxes and supplies an intermediate postoffice by lock pouch. Route 2 was 2!!.50 miles long at the start: later it was ex- tended to 27.1:? miles in length, and still later it was again extended to 27.02 miles in length. He has had many and varied ex- periences, during his service, hps been 1 i some fearful wind and elec- tric storms, crossed Pilot, creek one time wheh it was out of banks, the water passing over the iloor of the mall wagon, and many other un- pleasant experiences. But along with the hardships and dark da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 February 1912

THE WEEKLY DBMQCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, FEB. 29, ISIS. j/r^oun % Compare Two Bills for flour and there may bo little or no difference In the figures. But there may he 11 great difference In the flourw. The cost, of White Billows FLOUR Ih about the same an that of ordinary brands. Yet with your first baking from a sack you at once perceive that WHITE BIKLOWS is far superior to any other at any price, it could he twice the price of other flora and still he worth the difference. SOLD BY ALL FIR8TCLA8S GROCERY STORES. Collin County Hill & Elevator Co. McKINNEY, TEXAS. The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Torn W. Perkins, Walter R. Wilson, Editors, Publishers and Proprietors. (Jreenberry Adams, Circulation and Assistant Business Manager. Entered as Becond-^lass mail matter To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name 011 the margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indi- cates the time to which your sub scrlption is paid. All subscriptions expire on the first, of the mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 February 1912

' ' i i 'v " m. * t) ■ ■ ' TWR WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEB. 29, 1918. vW,l; i/ Saves , 50 Per Cent of the Seed- 65 Per Cent of Chopping : : : . You Can Absolutely Check with this Planter These wheels are set inside of row to avoid mud or dirt from picking up or moving grain. The shovels do your covering. ' Increases Yield,.Reduces Expense, Lets the Sun Shine Around the Plant, Helping to Destroy Boll Weevil We Also Have the Open Wheel 2-Row Check or jOrill I Don't Forget Our Single Row No. 12 Canton! Bram wtch level t0 adjust f00t •piece tributer. without stopping team—even seed dis- Team Harness, Collars, Bridles Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company, Manager Professional Dept. T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. Over mc- Klnney's grocery store. Phone 2ti3, McKinney. ^ Bud Gidney Passes Away McKINNEY REALTY CO., Frauk G Dowell, Mgr. Office with The Dally Courier-Gazette nnd Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, McKinney, phone 65. ARTHUR T. CHURCH. Fire. Tornn- do and Livestock lnnurunce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 February 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTE. THURSDAY, FEB. II, 1 1|. PEOPLES' FORUM We Invite* Ii'Hcin from the people on current topics ctf not more tliun lioo uoihIn, and in every InNtunee your name must tic signed lo the communication. McKinncy lloine-.Made Philosophy. If n farmer discovers that his shade trees or fruit trees are not In the inoat desirable location and he has decided to move one or all of them, all that'H necessary Ik to call on the State for a tree inspector to come out and watch him transplant them, cat his sausage, drink his buttermilk, ko hack to town and draw hlH pay. That Ik all he Is there for, in so far as he iH concerned in- dividually, but us to the nursery- men's association of this State and their intereats, that Is a very differ- ent proposition. The transplanting of large forest trees in the cities and towns of thin state has for the past few years been a very lucrative business. As evidence I cite you to the hackberry stumps now lined up on almost ev- ery street ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 February 1912

MMR THE WBBKLT DBMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEB. t$, ltl«. < ' • r I V I ALCOJIUL 3 PEK CENT. AVcgclabtcPrtparaHonforAs similaiiug i he Food and Reu uia of Infants /Children Promotes DigcslionJCfcerM ncss and RestjContaLns nciiter Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral Not Narcotic, i At^tfMDcsammm AmiJtaSnd- jdlxJmm* AtMtSto- Hon.SourStomach.D . Worms .Couvulswiis.Fevensh ness and Loss of Suep. k Foe Simile Signature of NEW YOBK. Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTQRU For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years Constable Is Kept Busy Constable W. L. Wisdom of Farm- ersville, was a pleasant visitor at this office Wednesday. He says lie* has been very busy the past three weeks. He brought to McKlnney J. H. Richie, who was arrested at that place Tuesday by City Mar- shal J. H. Foster, charged with bootlegging. Richie was placed' un- der a $250 bond. Mr. Wisdom arrested a young man at that place by the name of T. H. Hampton charged with t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 February 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-(1A7.ETTK. THURSDAY, FEB. 29. 1912. Read About These Tlireo Girls. How Sick They Were and How Their Health Was Restored by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Wf-'< nn ii i'i HHI pLMsun 1 told hud ten in rit'injg you restored iny health. Miss t'ec!M. J ? v jfrieud (if mine .1,' trouble and ,. J'" lthiiiii's Vegetable ie hurst:U" i'or the same ■ * i' ■ i had bt.en sickly :,;,d ov< uoi ki d inysr-lf and had Hticn ; overy month that I could hardly walk very nervous nod easily tfrt:d out >t • ,*ej ni^Jii . T !i.id dizzy hjtells, rind ( n;,t) on iny tnee, Hut. J have taken your K. i n.Ivhain'n* table Compound and it Jobs i t'i'nk it ia tht) best medicine' in existence."— n;t, I I'll Lawrence .St., Appleton, Wis. A SCI FOOL TBACliEIt'S GRATITUDE: Geneva, Iowa.—1111 have been teaching school for some years and I have neglected my health because I was too busy with my work to attend to myself projierly. I suffered greatly every month and was on the verge of a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 February 1912

TUB WBBKLT DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, FED. * , 1912. LAVERY'S "HR. BILL" PLANTER % EVEBYWHBE n THE GREATEST PLANTER For Cotton, Corn, Milo Maize, Sorghum, Peanuts, etc. I SELL AVERY'S FAMOUS Mr. Bill" Planter Alos Plows, Gasoline Engines, Feed Mills, Wagons, Buggies, and everything the farmer requires. Pay me a visit and you will never regret it T.J. TINGLE THE IMPLEMENT MAN organization 'now complete The representatives of the various towns, which were to be included in the proposed Texas-Oklahoma Baseball League, held a meeting at Sherman Saturday and completed the plans for the organization. There were six towns signed up. as fol- lows: Sherman, Wichita Kails, Me- Kiuney, Jionham, Ardmore and Du- rant. Two other clubs are wanted, although if they fail to come into the league, the organization will continue with the six clubs named. Greenville joined another league, the Bast Texas. Denlson will come into the Texas-Oklahoma league pro- vided another club can be secured, .and the c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 February 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, You can get good shoe value at thiH store. Wo have a clone price oil shoes every day In Hie week. Would like to have you come around and lot ua show you some good look- ing shoes that are GOOD SHOES. J. A. WATERS KXCM SIVIO SHOE STOItE EYE STRAIN "Gentle Spring Time, Annie" Right. this very minute or just sik Hoon as you call poosibly gel time Is the time lo come here and «<<• my n*• w spring tsanifiles or it you haven't time than tal:e time and come today. Von won't regret the vIbII for these samples are so pretty you ar< hound to en- joy looking at them. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR. North Kentucky St. sister, Katie, is improving nicely now from an attack of pneumonia. Miss Effle reports several other cases of pneumonia in that community, Including Mrs. Miles Williams anil W. P. hong and son. Prof. I). W. Leigh is visiting old friends in McKinney again after a seven years absence from the coun- ty. He formerly traveled Collin county for live ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 February 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. FEB. 29, 1912. Chest Pains | and Sprains Sloan's Liniment is an ex- cellent remedy for chest ancl throat affections. It quickly «filieves congestion and in- flammation. A few drops in water used as a gargle is antiseptic and healing. Here's Proof " 1 have used Slann'a Liniment for year* and can tesiiiy to iis wondcrtui efficiency. I have it for loro throat, croup, Luno back and rheumatism and in every case it gave instant relief." KKUKCCA JANE ISAACS, Lucy, Kentucky. SLOAN'S LINIMENT is excellent for sprains and bruises. It stops the pain at once and reduces swell- ing very quickly. Sold by all dealers. | Price, 25a., 50c., $i.0G I 1 C. A. SHOCK'S k A Sloan's Treatise on the Horse sent free. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan Boston, Mim. NEW BRICK CROSSING. Kelly Worsham and HIh .Street Gang litisy on Improvement*. Kelly Worsham and his street force have put in a new brick cross- ing on North Tennessee street be- tween the Daily Courier-Gazette ancl We...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 February 1912

r,y 'mE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEB. 29, 1911. h The Local Happenings From Over Collin County itimitow. Rev. McMnrray Oiled Ills regular appointiiK'tit here Sunday. Mrs. W. I. Bouriand and Mrs. It. L. Gray were shopping in Royse Tuesday. MIbb Maggie Burtt Ik visiting her sister, Mrs. Anderson, this week. Mrs Jerry Kellough and sister, MIhh Row Myers, visited at their sister's, Mrs. Minnie Houser, Hun- day. Burrow is to have a new depot In the* near future. H. E. Aberiiathy of Royse was a business visitor in Harrow this week. Ana Arnett and family visited relatives In Wylle Inst w«ek. Ab Houser and rainiiy visited Henry Miles and family at Liberty thia week. Mrs. W. G. Mayes entertained her Sunday School class with a parly on Washington's birthday. Richard Davis has heen on the nick list this week. Mr. Cougille made a flying trip to Nevada last week. School Ik progressing well with Prof. Smitlierman an principal and MIhh Ida Mae Porter ah iiHslstant. MIkk Josle Huguley is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1912

*7. " v«" J r '• H \ " J -V ■ ,v :U ' I I' \ 'L • .! . 42 Pages This Week The Weekly Democrat- THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. 0. QUICK ACTION IS TAKEN The City School Board of Mc- Kinney, true to Its promise to the people of McKinney, early Mon- day held a meeting, at which it was decided, in view of the fact that three casSs of meningltlB had al- ready developed in the city, to sus- pend all the city schools for the bal- ance of this week. If the conditions do not improve, the suspension will be lengthened, but with the proper precautions, It is not anticipated that there will be any further spread of the disease. There is real- ly no cause at the present time for undue alarm, but as an added pre- caution this action is taken. It is urged by teachers and physicians that all children be kept closely at home during the week; refrain from promicuous visiting, attending pub- lic gatherings of any character, and |k,.above all, keep the person clean, the /<JLpremlBe8 thoroughly disinfected, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1912

" THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 191*. I Small Deposits Wanted WE ENCOURAGE them because many large accounts began in a small way. The small depositor of today becomes the large one of the future. More people would be bank depositors if they realized how it would help in building their credit and success. Opening a checking account here is the first step towards financial growth. Start now and follow in the footsteps of the successful people who do business at the THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK McKinney, Texas. FoundedJ1869 4 per cent interest paid on savings accounts United States Depository John Lovejoy, President. Howell E. Smith, Cashier. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pres. J. O. Fltzhugh, Asst. CaBhler. Francis H. Wolch, Vice P. Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. HurvcylnK New Line. A new surveying crew for the M. O. and 0. U. R. was started Wednes- day out of Princeton surveying north over the same line surveyed last week. It Is supposed thin Is done for the purpose of getting ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1912

the weekly democrat-gazette, thursday. march 7, 1911. w YOU PAY for your purchase hero we do not consider the transaction closed by any means. We do not regard our part as complete unless you derive perfect satisfaction in the use of THE HARDWARE Y0lT BUY. We couldn't make such an announcement If our hard- ware were not of a quality to warrant It. We believe a trial pur- chase will show you that, the best hardware and furniture which we sell Is the cheapest after all. CROUCH-HARTZOG COMPANY South Side Square. FOR HARDWARE AND FUHMTURK . wi % Four Fine Stallions —at— Buck's Brick Stable HIS HOYAIi PRINCE XO. :I8 03 —The winner of championship stall- ion cup at Olney, 111. The fastest trotting horse in Collin county. The best trotting bred stallion In Texas. Siredi by World's champion prize winner, Dare Devil 2.09, sold for 50,000.00 arid bis sire, Mambrino ing sold tor $10,000.00, and known s "model horse" and "prettiest horse" In bis clay and was World's champion extreme speed sire ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1 12. w I m The Best The Far- mer Sows HACK TALK. grows into our flour. Only the very best selected wheat is employed in its making. The result is White Billows, The Finest Flour Made Lots of people besides us will tell you so. But the t very best proof you can have is the flour itself. Try ♦ a sack and the surer ai\d better baking you will do, o will be evidence enough. Even beginners get good V results when they use White Billows Flour. SOI,II BV AIJi FIHSTCLAKH GROCERY STORES. Collin County Mill & Elevator Co. McKINNEY, TEXAS. The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom \V. Perkins, Walter II. Wilson, Editor*, Publishers anil Proprietors. Greenberry Adams, Circulation iiimI Assistant UiisIiicsn Manager. Entered ns second-class mail matter. To Subscribers—The '.Into printed opposite your name on thq margin of the paper or on the wrapper indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription Is paid. All subscriptions expire o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1912

' i r ■ ■■■" r'<- v ; , ' .. ft-''' ?H ... THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 191J. 7 Balance frame, spring trip, ridge or parallel beam, adjustable foot pieces and beams. Beams swing in ground; easily handled. Simple and durable. Besf Cultivator on marftef. Balance Frame—All adjustments easily handled in the ground. The best clevis to be found on any walking plow, and adjustable, high throat, built to cut and turn on push. OUR NO. 12 PLANTER! Beam hitch, lever in front of hopper to adjust foot piece without stopping team; clutch on both wheels; no side draft. Can adjust your cov- ering shovel to any depth. PRICE $32.50. It's $5.00 better than others. We can show you better than we can tell you. Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company, 1 mma C Professional KBOGianuuk* Dept.^ T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. Over Me- Klnney's grocery Btore. Phone mi;:, McKinney. McKINNEY REALTY CO., Frank G. Dowell, Mgr. Office with The Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAtSoAZETTE, THVBIOAT, MUtCB t. Tke Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. \\. Perkins, W lf*r li. WIlMin, Editor, Publisher* nn<l Proprietor*. Grcenherry Adniiin, circulation nnd Assistant Business Manager. Entered iih second-iiass mull mutter To Subscriber* -The date printed opposite vour name on Hie margin of the paper or on the wrapper ln«l 1- rates tlie time to which your sub- scrlption Is paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify uh. WHY NOT TOTE KAIIl? The following uppeared in the edi- torial colnmnH of tiie McKinney Democrat-Gazette, at the mast heud of which puper the name of Hon. Tom W. Perkins nppears as one of the editors, proprietors and pub- lishers, the following: "Senator Charles A. Culberson iind Joseph W. Bailey have given several reasons why they approve and oppose respectively the nomina- tion of Woodrow Wilson for the presidency. We here with give those ...

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

T"' P«MOCRAT^« TTE. THURSDAY, MARCH Collin Comity Claw Initiation Campaign, to lie held in McKinney April 18th. V Many Earning Folw. Over a hundred of those beautiful gold W. 0. W. watch fobs were sent j\it yesterday by Will A. Harris the manager of the big W. O. W. cam- paign In Collin county. A handsome gold watch fob emblematic of the Woodmen of the World is given to each and every member that sec ures an application under the special dis- pensation of, the ,18.00 rate that every camp In Collin now has. Several members have already se- cured several applications each and have secured a fob for each one se- cured. A special campaign has been started In Magnolia Camp of McKin- ney for at least 600 new members by the end of the campaign which will be on April 18th. and the Interest shown by the members of the camp seem to be making a fuss like that many new members will be secured by that time. I'rotect Vour Family. There was never a time in the history of our city and county that o...

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

/ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUKSDAY. MARCH 7, 1012. A. W. J. Sim- mons is Dead A. \V. J. hlmmojn <>l' 1 :111:<h ill.'il at IiIh homo at that place Sunday night after a brief llltioaa. His death was due in {iiiciitiionln. Mi Simmons was about :i•> years of au«- He was cotton Haascr for A. I. Wolf and Company of that |■ lu<. . and hu.l many friends In McKlnnc as ho fre- quently niadi business trips to till.- city, lie; did considerable biislne..H With II. It. Chaddlck of this city. The remains worn laid to rest in the cemetery at Dalian TnoHdaj at 2 o'clock. IIIh many friends bore re- gret very much to learn <>l Ills death. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Llndsey and son, Charlie, accompanied by their niece, Mies Pearl Liudsoy, of Fort Worth are visiting Mr. Llndsey's sister, Mrs. J. (), ilelden, of this city for a fow days. They came through in their auto. It will he remembered that Mr. Lludi-ey was seriously hurt by a train, which hit lilin while on hlH way to work some two...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1912

r AVERY'S BILL" PLANTER 11 SELL AVERVS FAMOUS EVEBTWBEBE A S u Mr. Bill" Planter Alos Plows, Gasoline Engines, Feed Mills, Wagons, Buggies, and everything the farmer requires. Pay me a visit and you will never regret it THE GREATEST PLANTER For Cotton, Corn. Milo Maize, Sorghum, Peanuts, etc. T.J. TINGLE IMPLEMENT Without Doubt There are many people in neeil of spectacles, whp are unaware of the fart. Are you suffering from headaches or nervousness? If so, call and see Zeller, the expert Optometrist, In my store, and he will sec If tlie cause proceeds from the eyes. D. Goodin "If it comes from GOODIN it's good indeed." Van 11. Hiieal lletter. Geo. M. Onoal has Just, returned from Temple, where his son, Van B. Oneal is in the sanitarium. Van was badly injured in the Katy wreck, at LaGrange a few weeks ago. Mr.. Oneal stated that Charlie Hur- dleston, superintendent, lost a leg, and Conductor llrlce had his ankle broken in the wreck. Van is getting along nicely, but will be confined i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1912

Vou can get goad shoe value ut thin hi ore We have a close price oil shoes every <luy in the week. Would like to tsave you come around and let us show you some good look- ing shoes that are GOOD SHOWS. J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE •B5™ "flontlo Sprint; Time, Annie" Rlttht this very minute or Just as hooii as you can possibly Ket time Is the time to come hero and see my now spring samples or if you haven't time then take time and come today. Yon won't regret the visit for these samples are so pretty you are hound to en- Joy looking at them. Geo. W. Smith MEROHANT TAILOR. North Kentucky SI. YOl'NG COLLIN I,ADV. of a missionary's life in China. The Chinese retire at dark ami are astir at an early hour In the morning. The missionary gives from five to Sevan Hlblc reading, meditation and communion with the Father. What, blessed hours are these! From sev- en to the close of the day the mis- sionary In crowded on every hand. The school work, speaking to the multitude 21 k they crow...

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