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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1912

y, Vf, W i ' THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1912. r 4 Stops Lameness Sloan's Liniment is a relia- ble remedy for any kind of horse lameness. Will kill the HK>ji'thof spavin, curb or ^lint, absorb enlargements, and is excellent for sweeny, fistula and thrush. Hor"'j Proof. " I ujcd Slimtt'ti I.iniment on a rtulc (or ' lii^H l.tmenet' ,' ami cured lur. I am • never without n bottlo of your liniment; have hi'iu'iit mure o( it than any other remedy for t>ain ." Haii.v ki.;nv, l.'.usadv, Kv. "Slnan'i Mniirent -.3 the b.u naile. i have remove. 1 very la- ;o sl'.Oe boil* off a hornu with it. 1 have killed a quarter crack on a nr.re tlut was awfully Uid. I havlraUu healed r nv, juc necku on tiirec Itornet* 1 have l,c. jtl iirciuu heel ou u mare that could liar ;lv Walk." Antiiunv U. Ifmtit, Oakland, Pi., Koute No, i. LINIMENT is good for all farm stock. "My Iiori hud hofj cholera three days before we not your liniment, which I was advised to try I have used It now for...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZBTTK, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, lilt. i' '1 Va'" ; ' '+■ " Millinery Opening Continued On account of the inclemency of the weather during our Opening Days we will continue our display ALL THIS WEEK Don't fail to see the handsomest line of Pattern Hats ever shown in McKinney. Our prices are right. MRS. W. E. MARSHALL West Virginia Htreet, Wc*t of GooiIIu'h .l«weli j' Store. Phone No. 276 TUESDAY. Tom Morgun was here from Me- lissa yeBter<lnjr. L. L. Miller was here from Far- merHvllle Monday. Henry Morgan, a well known man of Melissa, was here today. Mrs. T. A. Porter Ih getting along very well after a three weekH' siege of pneumonia. She is now up and nhle to uet about In her home. Mrs. I. O. Miller and little Bona, Ray and Albert; left this morning for Bowie, where they will visit. Mr. Miller's father, P. F. Lively, for a few wouks. Prof. A. M. Wolford, principal of the Celina High school, Is here for a few days, Ills school having been closed on account of a cas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

m 16 PAGES THIS WEEK-IK 2 SECTIONS 'V- m The Weekly Democrat-Gazette i THIRTIETH YEAR. NO. 7. McKlNNEY, COLLIN OOUNTV, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1012. i ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. k Collin County Class Initiation Campaign, to be h<>l<l lit McKinney April 18th. Enthusiastic Woodmen Meeting. Magnolia Camp No. 4 31, W. 0. W. lieldi what would be termed the monBter meeting of the season Mon- day night. This was their regular meeting night and as there were two candidates ready and prepared, to ride "Billy," the greater per cent of the choppers were present when the time arrived for the consul commander to open the lodge. There have been many interesting meet- ings of Magnolia Camp held in the past few monthH, but none were a compurioon to the meeting of Mon- day night. Each chopper present seemed to realize tliut he was not only a member of the greatest fra- ternal order in the United States, but an organization thnt wouldNook after his loved ones If he should be called from this ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1918. Relief from Rheumatism Try Sloan's Liniment for your rheu- matism— don't rub—just lay it on lightly. It goes straight to the sore spot, quickens the blood, limbers up the muscles and joints and stops the pain. Here's Proof Mrs. Julia Thomas of Jackiion, C l., write": "I have uneil your lini- ment for rheumatism with much sue- cl'hu. Martin J, Tunis, lflo lflth Ave., PatcrHon, N. J., writes: — "I was a cripple with rheumatism for two years and I could not move at all; had to I >e < arried from place to place. 1 tried remedies and could not get bet- ter, until 1 tried Sloan's Liniment. One bottle fixed me up in good shape and now 1 always have a l>ottle in the house for my wife and children." SLOANS LINIMENT kills any kind of pain. Good for Neuralgia, Toothache, I.umbago and Chest l'ains. Sold by all dealers. Price 25c., SOc. and $I.OO. Sloan'* book on Mornus, Cattle, Mors and I'oullry aunt free. Address DK. EARL S. SLOAN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT*GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH t«. t l . ^ INKED I ' KEYS UTE EFFECT OF GREAT ID MET REMEDY IS SOON REALIZED. According to my experience I' do not couitider there Is anything to equal Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root for kidney affection. Twice it relieved fme when I was completely helpless. j The last time I wan traveling, in iTexas, when my kidneys became af- i fectedr and for ten days I suffered , excruciating pain, accompanied with UJ severe chills. Several years pre- i A" vious, having been relieved of a similar attack, 1 naturally sought relief as before, from Swafnp-Root. After using four of the large size bottles, I was completely restored and wont on my way rejoicing and praising Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. This was three years ago, and 1 have bad no indication of the return of the affliction. Yours very truly, J. C. SMITH, JR., 108 Johnson St. Jackson, Tenn. State of Tennessee, County of Madison, bb. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of July, 1D09. P. C. ST...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

~ T: I A Commercial Battle That Shakes the An- nals of Modern Mer- chandising. A Sale that Shakes this Town and County from Cen- ter to Circumference. Opens Sat. Morning, March 16, Continues Until Stock Sold Out. and Biggest, Sensational Feast Ever Pulled Off in This County. Large Crowds Expected Eve- ry Day and Ample Help will wait on vou. OPENS SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 10 FOR CASH ONLY SAL OPENS March 16 WITHOUT DOUBT E GIGANTIC SALE TOWN OPENS March 16 $13,000.00 Worth of Dry Goods, Shoes, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings, Clothing, Hats, in fact everything in the Big Store oi the Grand Leader, on sale at prices that will draw the largest crowd of any sale attempted in this county. Not one single article of the entire stock will be reserved. Features entirely different, entirely new, including over $2,000 worth of new arrivals, recently from the market, placed on sale with this stock at marvelous reductions. No disappointment but a whirlwind Price-Cutting Price-Slashing Sale that at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

iis stoeiUising no mercy. We hereby ad^Me and command every man, woman and child in this part of the country to make preparations that you have never done before to attend this Grand Unloading Selling Sensation. Don't compare this Sale to any ever held in this county, This Sale will be the Biggest ever pulled off here. The entire Stock marked in plain figures and every article guaranteed satisfy, every quotation bonafide and correct, first class values or money refunded ■ The Battle rages fast and furious. The goods are bought right, cheap and f6e ei? tire stoek goes likewise. We must turn loose this entire stock at prices.that will astound the public. This Sale will daffle, dazzle and delight you. It will make your dollars do double duty with distinguished delight. Actually beggars descrip- tion and staggers belief. Wait and watch for the grand gala day that will be a Sale without an equal. SALE STARTS SATURDAY, MARCH 16, Rain or Shine r-4 Note the St attling Prices CLOTHING Lot Me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

H THIRTIETH YEAH, NO. 7. McKINN'EY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, lDlti. ONE DOLLAR 1*BR YEAR. / n \Jr COLLIN COUNTY BOYS HONORED We are in receipt of a letter from Trinity University at Waxahachle, announcing; the election of V. Zue Rogers of Melissa, and Alvln O. Ruo of Cellna as president and vice president., respectively of the Y. M. G. A. of this university. The letter also stated that Joe Rugel of Mesqulte, and R. B. Twltty of Hillsboro were elected as secre- taries, and Arch McPherson of Wax- ahachle was honored with the office of treasurer. Mr. Rogers is a Collin county reared young man, and no better person could have been selected as president of this worthy organiza- tion, or who would make a more faithful official than he. This is his second year at. Trini- ty, and therefore he is familiar with the work, as ho was the retiring vice president of the association. He hns been connected with many activ- ities of the university since he en- tered that school, havi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY. MARCH 14. lflf. White Billows Flour Is Positively the Best Flour Made Now if you have any doubts about this statement just try a sack. Other Hour may be good but White Billows is better. We've been told so by people who have used it a lon£ time. We know what it takes to make good flour. Experience has taught us a whole lot and White Billows is the liest Flour We Can Produce. White Billows Flour is not q new brand—it has been a favorite with the good cooks a long time, so it must oe good or it would not hold up and the sales increase. If you have never tried White Billows Flour we insist that you give it a trial. All tirst class grocers handle it and will smile when you say White Billows for he knows you will be a satisfied customer. Phone your next order for White Billows and you'll have good bread. HOLD BY AIJj FIRSTCLAS8 GltOCKIiY STORES. Collin County Mill & Elevator Co. McKINNEY. TEXAS. The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ...

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

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1 12. 4 ./ VI SINCE 1882 y Whpn the llrBt "RELIABLE" Incubator was put upun the market, It has continued to hold first place in the esteem or practical poultry rulsers in all parts of the world. It came to the front, not through loud "puffing,4" hut solely because it produced satisfactory results. The more people have investigated It audits record, the mora they have been impressed with Its worth and tlve more unwilling they have been to experiment with machines which may or may not succeed. The "RELIABLE" is made in a great variety of sizes and styleB In order to meet the requirements of the poultry* raisers with widely different needs and desires. Our models are with or without brooder attachments— have hot .alr and hot water heaters, etc. and the best Incubator made. See them at our store and let us tell you all about them. They dou't make 'em better than the "RELIABLE." CROUCH-HARTZOG COMPANY Soutli Hide Square. I "For Reliable In...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. MARCH 14, J£1L i GREAT WORK IS A LIBRARY ON CIVICS, HISTORY AND IN- DUSTRIAL PROGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. Messages and Papers of the Presidents Compiled In a Series of Eleven Volumes. An Encyclopedic Index Sets Forth Important Questions of Gov- ernment From the Foun- dation of the Re- public. INSTRUCTION FOR YOUNG AMERICANS. Tlie fundamental clement of Rood cit- izenship in n republic 1h knowledge of tbe origin and development of the gov- ernincut, an understanding of the du- ties which devolve upon the electors and their representatives nnd 11 knowl- edge or the relations of the govern- ment to our Industrial, flnnnclnl nnd civic life. This is true knowledgo of the history of the country In its best and most helpful phnse. Such a work Is tbo "Messages nnd Papers of the Presidents." a series of eleven volumes, containing 8,0-13 large octavo pages. It Is believed that our readers will welcome a somewhat detailed review of this unusual American...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

ir Wr 'Ul'l U.f I .W ... THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH ■' ~a " ' 1 " $ 4, 1912. J U- . ii faThe Local Happenings From Over Collin County 71' YKKONA. Amos Samples Is numbered with the sick. Mi# M. D. Bailey lias returned from Denison. Miss Othcl Kuykendall of New Life spent Saturday night with her sister, Mrs. Will King. John C. Womble was sick a few daye last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lawson spent Saturday night ai Mr. Worley's. Jot Woodall has returned from a several weeks' visit to his grand- daughter, Mrs. Oscar Hays at Mt. Pleasant. Master Delmer Worley is real slclf with pneumonia. One of Mr. Norman's children was reported real sick last Tuesday. E. Dunn lost a tine Jersey cow Saturday. Prof. Tree of Cross Roads was a visitor In our community Sunday. John McCormack and family of Climax were visitors here Sunday. Miss Sara King of Altoga spent Sunday with homefolks here. August Baker visited In Blue Ridge last week. Charles King and family spent one night last week w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT• OA ZETTE, THUR8DAY. MA asp RCH^ 14. 1912. I t I I [i Overshoes You can get a good pair here at the right price. The best line of shoes of all kind. See my line before you buy. J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE HHOK STORK HUMAN^ natureM t The ox port tailor malum the suit (11 the man's figure and personality; and as human nature Is ouch a varied thin# how could the heat ready-made moot YOUR personality re- quirements even if (lie fit were Rood? We request that you spoiivi a few moments ex- amining our spring stocks — you are sure to find the fabric you wish and you will obtain a suit fitting both your per- sonality and figure. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR. North Kentucky Ml. CI PERSONAL * PARAGRAPHS after business Interests. He will probably be gone four or five days. J. Ed Rhea is up today, to the great satisfaction of ills many friends. He took down violently ill the other day, and we, are pleased to see him up. The little daughter of Jim Kirk- land of the Vlneland commu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

, ~rr THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MARCH 14. 1912. t Freckeleater AND Tan-no-More Two of the roost Scientific Beautifying Agencies Known i€ . /FRECKELEATER CREAM J The remover of skin imperfections such as freckles, tan, sunburn, ring worm, liver spots and all kindred skin troubles- Makes bad Completions Good and 6ood Complectlons Batter 50c/ y Will ba pleased to mail booklet telling more fully the meriti of theie prepaiationa and of our full lina. Baker's School of Beauty Culture, teaches manicuring, facial massage, care of the hair and •ealp, etc. Literature on application. BAKER-WHEELER MFG. CO. 2600 SWISS AVE. DALLAS, TEXAS You rati buy these preparations from the North Hide Drug Store. TAN-NO-MORE THE SKIN BEAUTtriER Two preparations combined into one. It serves as a massage cream, thoroughly cleansing the pores of the skin, and as an invisible powder that cannot be detected. Pries 35 and 50c The Place lo Buy Seedl * of All Kinds i > No place in Collin county can •...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

-1.,,. - —— THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. I V . m. SOUTH POLE HE The Norwegian Explorer Tells of His Antarctic Dash. GRAPHIC ACCOUNT OF THE TRIP Captain Amundsen's Own Narrative of His Attainment of ths South Pole Dccernber 14, 17, 1911. (By Roald Amundsen. Copyright 1912, by Tho N. Y. Times Co. All rights reserved.) Hobart, Tasmania, March 8.—At 2 a. m. on tin? 10i.li day of February, lllll, we commenced to work our way toward the south, from that day to tho 11th of April. establishing three depots, which In all contained a quantity of provisions of about 3,000 kilos, Including 1,100 kilos of Heal meat, were cached In 80 degrees, 700 klloB in 81 degrees and 800 kilos in degrees south latitude. As no land marks were to be seen these depots were marked with flags, seven kilometers on each side In the easterly and westerly directions. The ground and the state of the barrier were of the best and special- ly well adapted to driving with <Ioks. On February in, we had thus tra...

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

. . . •.' • THE WEEKLY "DEMOCRAT-3AZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1912 / ♦ ♦ * ♦ * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Deposit All Your income at this bank and pay it out by check. Thus you will make a written record of all your money transactions, which may he referred to months or years hence, when information is wanted of the amount or time of a payment is questioned. Most all large deposits began as small ones. MT[ A checking account at this bank will be your ^J| stepping stone to success. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK McKinney, Texas. FoundedU1869 4 per cent interest paid on saving* accounts United States Depository John Lovejoy, President. Howell E. Smith, Cashier. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pres. J. O. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Francis H. Welch, Vice P. \ Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. Don't worry about making good bread. That's our business. We sell flour thut makes good bread. Want a aark? Price Stiff. Headquarters for any kind of garden seed you want. Mighty nice to have a garden. We have the seed. Klstler & ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

—.... THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 14. 1912. \ . \ r. ■!'. V'j. The Greatest Combination in Collin Connty Ample capital to handle your business without paying cash when money is tight. The best lines of Implements, Vehicles and Hardware on the market at your disposal. Courteous treatment—fair dealings—is our motto. We appreciate your business and try to make our business relations pleasant. Vehicles Hardware i Implements i r Runabout Traps Guns No. 12 Canton Planter 18 in. body, Top Buggies Carriages Spider Phaetons Stoves Ammunition Victor Cultivator Double Lever Disc Harrow Buggy Harness Express Harness Team Harness Tank Pumps Rakes and Hoes Two-Row Cultivator Two-Row Planters \ t Collars and Strap Goods Shelf Hardware Gasoline Engines Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company, 1 ^J^T' G Professional Dept. T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. Over Mc- Kinney's grocery store. Phone 203, McKinney. McKINNEY REALTY CO., Frank G. Do well, Mgr. Office with The Dally Courier-Gazett...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH The Local Happenings From Over Collin County W i :KTM IN ST Kit. J. T. Rhody and family of Puuls Valley. Ok la., Iiuve recently moved to our town. We tire glad indeed lo have tiuuu with 11 h. 10. H. Williams, a former merchant of Westminster, Imt now of Miles, has been visiting friends und rel atlves liore the past few days and in now engaged in teaching a Masonic school at (Irayliill. W. L. Bailey has returned to school after an absence of two weeks on account of Hlckncss. G. M. 10tihanIts of near Dalla.s, Iihh been visiting his brother, A. H. Eu banks. Mr. Eubanks waa rained ii Collin county and hat* many friends here. Mr. ami Mih. Cecil Kincald of Farmeravillo spent Saturday and Sunday wills the Iatter's parent8 Mr. and Mrs. I,. R. Matthews Mr. Hunter of Copevllle lta.s been visiting his daughter, Mrs. .1. M Kerby. Cecil Clayton of' Dallas Ik visiting James Reed this week. Mrs. Leslie Rlckorson of Ben- nington, Okla., came down Saturda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1912

12 Pages Week The Weekly THIRTIETH YEAH, NO. H. ANTI-SALOON FIELD DAY .Sunday March 17, was field day for the Anti-Saloon League forces in McKinney. This great organized force Of national churacter Is prob- ably the most effective foe of the li- censed saloon traffic In the United State*. Every «yite Is organized and working In harmony with every oth- er state In the suppression of the open saloon. Dr. J. H. Gambrell, superintendent of the Texas State organization, was here, preaching two sermons and making one ad- dress at the mass meeting which was held in the court house at three o'clock in the artemoon. R. C. Dial, of Greenville, superintendent of the Dallas District, embracing thirt'jen hirge, populous North Texas counties, was. also here, as was Dr. J. B. Gambrell, editor of the HaptiBt Standard at Dallus; and Hon. Chas. A. Leddy of Greenville. At the morning hour Dr. J. H. Gambrell preached at t lie First Baptist Church; Dr. J. H. Gambrell preached at the First Methodist chur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MARCH 2 1. 1912. The Saving Habit People who succeed f ; in saving make a habit | of it. The saving habit re- :: I quires determined cul- i: tivation, but when well ! ! rooted, grows fast. Its ii i rewards are quick and ;i certain. You can start the ; savings habit any time I \ at this bank. The best j I time is now. I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKl McKinney, Texas. Founded]1869 4 per cent interest paid on savings accounts United States Depository John Lovejoy, President. Howell E. Smith, Cashier. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pres. J. 0. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier. FrunclB H. Welch, Vice P. Vet H. Smith, Asst. CaBhler. Wilomon-KliulH-rt. P. E. Wlleraon and Miss May Shu- bert of Princeton, wen* married Wednesday afternoon ai the Metho- dist parsonage in that illy, Rev. W. R. Goudelock officiating. The newly wedded couple will make their fu- ture home in llopkiiiH county. May thuir llfo he one of happiness and bliss. Mrs F. H. Anderson of Altogn has renewed f...

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