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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1912

The Local Happenings From Over Collin County IMPORTANT TO CORRESPOND- ENTS. \ i; We wish to urge all our cor- respondents to bo very particular in writing proper names-- of persona and places. Take >our time and make yo^1 letters plain. Do not run your' lines too closely together. Draw a straight line or other mark between each paragraph' or separate item of newB. Use a soft pencil. And above all, be sure to give the name of the community from which you write at top of first page of ycur letter, and sign your own name at the bottom of the last page. By observing these simple rules you will greatly facilitate the work of, and It will be greatly appreciat- ed by, the news editor, who must read over and edit from twenty-five to fifty of these letters every week. Some of these he is obliged to re- write, before turning them over to the printer, who cannot take timo to decipher illegible names and diuily- outllned words. Make your lotters interesting by giving the best general news of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY,' MARCH 21, 1812, •w t that grinds the wheat that makes the flour that makes the bread we all like, is the mill we pay homage to. White Billows Flour is so widely and favorably known it does not need in- troduction. This is simply a reminder for you to be on your guard and take no other. There isn't any other "just as good." WHITE BILLOWS Flour is the best. had done no wrong. Dut the neglect of others or nature's inexorable rail had forced the necessity of becoming a breadwinner upon (his little child. The hunger for play was in his heart, it shone In hitt tired eyes, ami the wist fulness of desire was upon his face. We do not know why 'tis thus, but some must work while others i lay, and some must weep while others laugh. Somewhere tilings must be evened up, and the laughter that was taken from the child by circumstances will come in- to bis lite at aome future time.—J. H. Kansone in Cleburne Enterprise. Bailey and Cuiborson, as usual. [ are on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1912

.. THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH SI, It IS —————i —————— ' « How Do You Spend Your Money? For Talk or Goods "We are not a verbal cyclone nor a human windmill," but we can show you a line of goods that are worth a premium on the money you spend for them. % . . Olir Riding Planter ^as a ^irec^ ^eam hitch, a lever in front of hopper, to adjust your foot piece. It 1 can be changed to loose or hard land in adjustment without stopping your team. Clutch on both wheels, pulls absolutely true; no side draft; even seed distribution; cotton, corn, sugar, cane and onions. You can't pass this up if you want the best. * IK s I „ — Balance frame, lever arch, adjustable track, adjustable foot pieces, your beam can Victor Cultivators adjusted higher or lower in front. Beam swings in ground, instead of dead w VUIWfBWI° weight, easy handled, light draft and durable. We carry repairs in stock. We want to show you our goods before you buy, we are here to serve you. Collin County Implement...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1912

V I THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THtTMOAY. MXltClf Si, .. MATTHEWS BROS MATTHEWS BROS ASTER SALE AND \ i 10c Xtra 6c Embroideries 2000 yards nice 10c quality Embroidery now 5c 12 1-2 Xtra 9c Lawn 1000 yards While Lawn 12 l-2c quality now, 9c r>Oc Xtra 35c Silks Pine fancy soft Silk* regular 50c value now 35c 35c Xtra 23c Flouficings Pretty Flouncing IS to 24 in. wide 35c value 23c $1.25 Xtra 75c Slippers 1 lot Misses Oxfords values up to $1.50 pair 75c 25c Xtra 15c Linetis IJrown Linen full J yd. wide worth 2fie yd. now 15c i Pig Show and Sale FineiCfoves, Etc. Chamois Gloves \ vic- ed 35c up. Royal Worcester Cor- set in all the new sty- les marked at 1.00 1.50. 2 00 2.60. and 3.00- 75c Corsets now 39c Odds and ends Corsets stacked out while they last at 39c. Ladies silk Hose marked the pair only 25c Beautiful premiums given away. Come Saturday, March 23 rd Visit Every Department You Will find Bargains All over the house Commencing Sat, March 23rd And continuing until after Easte...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1912

:M ■ ,«■' ■■ I' '., "*«4 IPV THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 21. 19tS. fntr HI .'Wiy A Commercial Battle Raees At the Grand Leader Store ■iip> -i i i. j ^TT YOU will have to hurry if you want to take advan- H take of this slaughter of good merchandise. Thou- ^l\ sands of articles at 30c on the dollar, but stock is going out mighty fast.. Remember, we actually give away Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Garments, Dry Goods, Etc. h Extra Clerks to Wait on You. Come on Now and Share in the Feast! Bradley THE GRAND LEADER HAMMOND'S OLD STAND 11 1 Farms, Ranches, City Property and Merchandise for Sale and Exchange Anywhere in Texas and Oklahoma. Owner's List No. 2, March, 1912— New List Every Week. ,-r 21 Eight-room frame hotel and furnishings In Collin county; Inter- urban town. Price $1500. Will trade for goodi farm In Titus county, pay difference. 22. 143 acres level timbered land In the east part of Wood coun- ty, 3-4 mile of small town. Price $20 per acre,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1912

• tt" r THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, ess--— THURSDAY, B-«-SH-—HBS MARCH 21, 1912. WORK WILL BEGIN AT ONCE The official announcement comes from the headquarter* at Kansas City to (he effect that construction work on the Missouri, Oklahoma & Gulf Railway will bugin at once, and it is anticipated that the line will bo completed between Wagoner, Oklahoma, and Joplln, Missouri, by the first of next November. Included in the three hundred mile* to be built at once, is a line from Denlson to liallas, with a branch, from some point on that line, to Fort Worth, Whether or not Me- Kinney will be either on the main line or the branch, it Ik not known here. An is quite well known, a number of surveys have been made through the county, and McKlnney happens to have been on the line of one of those surveys. Hut numerous other surveys have been made across the county, leaving Mc.Kinney out, Hence it, is not known what the pro- moters propose to do. It Is announced that these exten- sions, which...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1912

. '• ' v' ♦ • • ' f* THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 81, l lt. r-."v Ttj -.' <•' """" " . ILL GIVE {500 TO SICK *' OF TEXAS AND VICINITY Indiana Scientist Who Originated the Now hamous "Home Treatment" Offers $1.00 Treatment Free to Sick and Ailing. ■ff In oit(fr that every reader of the Democrat-Gazette who needs treat- ■ ,'ment may have an opportunity to I' test this celebrated medicine, the now famous Indiana scientist has come to the front with an offer to give absolutely free a full Blze $1.00 package to live hundred persons to prove the wonderful claims which have 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 the same pe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1912

THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MARCH II, till. ' ' s NEW SPRING LINE Our now footwear for spring has begun to arrive. We will show the prettiest and latest styles In spring footwear. Don't "rush the season" and buy the first you see. Come here before you l>uy. J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE STOKE HUMAN NATUR ! Tlio expert tailor makes tho suit (it. I lie mail's figure and personality; and as human nature is sucli a varied thing how could the beat ready-made meet YOUR personality re- quirements even If the fit were good? We request that you a pond a few moments ex- amining our spring Blocks— you are sure to find the fabric you wish and you will obtain a suit fitting both your per- ► sonulity and figure. "* Geo. W. Smith MEHOHANT TAILOR. North Kentucky St. *♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS young farmer and we hoi e to hear of his early and complete restoration to health. Mr. and Mrs. .lames McCluskey of Denison are spending a few dnys with Mr. McCluskey's parents ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1912

Stops Neuralgia Pains Sloan's Liniment has a soothing effcct on the nerves. It stops neural- gia and sciatica pains in- stantly. Here's Proof Mn.C. M. Dowkerof Johannesburg, Mich., wrtte Sloan * l.lmment >« the beat medicine in the world. It ha« relieved me of Neuralgia. Those pains have all cone and 1 can truly say your Liniment did (top them." Mr. Andrew K. I.ear of DOC,ay Street, Cumberland. Mil., writes s— 1 have used Sloan's Liniment for Neuralgia and I certainly do praise it very much." SLOANS LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheu- matism, backache, sore throat and sprains. At all dealers. Price 23c.,50c.and $t.OO Sloan's book on Horses, tattle, Horj and Poul- try sent free- Address Dr. Earl S. Sloah .Mass. Overhauling Building. Work of overhauling the brick building on North Tennessee street belonging to Plummer Harris, began the first of the week. J. A. Porsytli ha* the contract. When the work is completed this will be one of the nicest buildings in McKinney. S. A. Todd, t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DKMOCRAT-OAZBTTE, THURSDAY. MARCH 2 1, 1912. 1 m ■" The Local Happenings From Over Collin CountyI i'ORNITII. Claude Duvall of Roseland, v 1 h 11- • •cl Ciitrcnce llowlin Sunday. Ruby tlx* little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hum VV11119 u ih is (|ulte sick. There will be preaching ati Cor- inth next Hat in-day night and Hun- day. John Darnell, who ban been finite sick of pneumonia in able to Hit up «ome. Mr. and Mrs. (Sun O'Brien spent Sunday with It F, Genrhart ami family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Brien spent Hundav afternoon with (Maude Ta turn and wife. Miss Evelyn Cuine is visiting her sister, Mrs. Treece, of Blooindale who Is real sick. Mrs. Faneher of Celina, is spend- ing the week with her daughter Mrs .lewett Willlains. Mrs Charles Snider and daugh- ter, Miss ISmrna, were shopping in McKinney recently. Mrs. VV. M. Doyle and daughter, Miss Ollle, visited at. the home of .1 S. Lewis Sunday afternoon. Miss Bettle Stallcup of Celina, is spending a few days with her school mate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

!" ' 11 20 PAGES THIS WEEK-HI 2 SECTIONS V The Weekly Democrat-Gazette •SHIltTIKTH YEAR, NO. O. McKlNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH JW, 1012. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. mm. MENINGITIS . SITUATION Meningitis at Farimrsvillo. A severe case of meningitis devel- oped at Farmersville early Monday. Otis Aycock, the 11-year-old son of A. S. J. Aycock was suddenly strick- en, and the report late that after noon was that the boy cannot possi- bly recover. He was at Sunday sohool Sunday mornlug, was stricken I about 6 o'clock. Death Front Meningitis. Olena, the little 4-year-old daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Taylor, who reside in the Chanibersvllle community was stricken with menin- gitis Sunday night at 8 o'clock and died next morning at 9 o'clock. We extend sincere sympathy to the be- reaved father and mother in the death of their precious little girl. Meningitis In County Jail. Eddie Spurlock, aged 17 years, • who \sas working out a tine on the county road was brought to the count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

I f I'll N THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. MARCH 2 S, 1912. v' *:•* a * 4m ( I t «•!/«♦ i'- ' '«.'!• ■ I * ■ ARE HAPPILY MARRIED Tuesday evening at S o'clock Mr. Otto Kendall and MIm' Kute Scott Muriirtwtd their many friends by driv- ing to the Christian Parsonage, where they were milled In the bon<lu of'matrimony by Itm. J. M. Bell. Otto left McKlnne) u low weeks ai;o with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kendall, for South Texas, whore they intend to make their fu- ture home, lie returned two weeks ago, and of course his friends here were not wise as to what his return to McKinney ho soon realiy meant, but some of them had a faint idea, ho the wedding that night was not such a great surprise to some, after ail. The groom was reared in MoKIn ney, and no young man stands liinh er In the estimation of the best cit- izenship of McKinney than he. He is an honest, sober and upright young man, possesses fine business qualifi cations, and Is highly esteemed by all who know him. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

■ era*' SP « A SIGN OF WEAK VISION You may notice a peculiar halo, shade or blur about an ob- ject in the distance, especially in the church or theater. Hundreds are affected in this manner and do not understand what makes it. This is due to a weakened condition of the ocular muscles. We can correct this or any other defect in vision, that the eyes are heir too, with glasses. Consult us NOW. t. D. COODIN i"lf it comes from Goodin it's good Indeed." PROF. SMITH HERE. Melissa Teacher Shys Meningitis Sit- uation Is Home Better. Prof. W. S. Smith, principal of the public school at Melissa, one of the ablest instructors of the Lone Star State, and a candidate for county superintendent, was a visitor in McKinney Friday. Mr. Smith stated that t lie Melissa school had again been suspended, tem- porarily, on acocunt of two new cases of meningitis which developed at that place Wednesday afternoon. However, it is announced that the victims of the disease are getting along very well. Mr. Smith ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

i "K ■ mf THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT*GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 191*. White Billows Flour Takes the Prize among Rood judges. Ami even inexperienced bakers And it Im- prevet) their baking wonderfully. IT'S THE FLOWER OF FLOURS for every purpose. Order a Hack today and see If all the nice thin«8 said about WHIT IS BILLOWS Hour are not true. Surely when so many housekeepers speak well of it, there must be ex- ceptional merit In It. SOLD BY ALL FIRST CLASS GROCERYMEN Collin County Mill & Elevator Co. McKINNEY, TEXAS. ie Democrat - Gazette BUSHED EVERY THURSDAY. n W. Perkins, Walter It. Wilson, tors, Publishers and Proprietors. enherry Adams, Circulation and Assistant Business Manager. :ered as second-class mail matter. 1 ii" i —'j 'o Subscribers—The date prluied oslte your name on (he margin he paper or on the wrapper indi- js the time to which your sub- ptlon is paid. All subscriptions Ire oil the lirst of tbe month. Any scrlber not receiving the paper ularly will please notify us. * th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

frlder Hmto. Wjjjf LIGHT 1 HORSE SURREY Panel-Seat-Beauty To plant a thought in your mind, To create a desire, To develop a want, for a really high-grade, stylish vehicle one equally as good or better than that of your friends. You may have'a beautiful face, a bright intellect, a fine shape, but without a good pair of limbs to carry it you are handicapped. The same with a vehicle a nice top, well finished body,good leather cushion are lost if your wheels give down with you. We have every style. Strongly built, finely finished vehicles, and an immense stock for you to select from, fancy driving harness. Our Prices Are Right. Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company, 1 *> f" "N ^Professional Dept.j T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. Over mc- Klnney's grocery store, Phone 203, McKinney. McKINNEY REALTY CO., Frank Ci. Dowell, Mgr. Ofllce with The Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, McKinney, phone 65. ARTHUR T. CHURCH, Fire, Torna- do and Livestock lnnurance Agent. Only bes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZETTE, THURSDAY"/MARCH 18. 1 1«. I i': ! * ) i I! i • m Ri ' I; n i I I EVANS STATES POSITION ON INTERSTATE SHIPMENTS mi WmtmA B. Q. EVANS, Candidate for Congress, Fourth District. Hon. H. Q. Evans, candidate for Congress for 4tli District says: The necessity for a federal statute authorizing the States to prohibit by law Interstate shipments makes State- wide prohibition a national issue. Greenville, Tex., Mar. 1(5.—It seems that the political trend in Texas is for every candidate who Is opposed to Statewide prohibition to express him- self In glowing terms on the subject, and make II an Issue in his campaign, but for those candidates who favor Statewide prohibition either to re- main silent, or to hold tip their hands in pious and apologetically say that It is not National Issue, and, hence, has no place in a contest for Congress. I am an unconditional believer in State- wide prohibition, and am going to make this, among others, an Issue in the contest lor th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

Section No. 2 he THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. •. V* ekly Democrat-Gazette McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, .MARCH 28, 1018. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. <*WHL BUILD NEW HOME A deal was closed a few days ago by which the First National Dank became the owner of the property on the east side of the public square now occupied by the Smith Drug Company. This property fronts for- ty feet on the squure, and extends back eighty feet. The lot 1b now oc- cupied by a two-story building, but it Is stated that this building will be pulled down and will be replaced by a modern two-story, and possibly a three-story, modern banking and office building. The Smith Drug Co. has leased, and Is now having re- modeled and arranged, for their use, the building four doors north of their present location, and recently occupied, temporarily, by S. H. Ab- bott & Son. The price paid for the property al>ove mentioned by the bank is not made public, but it may bo safely surmised that It was a good one, as this...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

'THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 2 8. ltll. OPPORTUNITIES for men and women of character are open everywhere. A bank account is an evidence of char- acter, and a bank book showing regular deposits is the passport to opportunity and the key to success. Enroll yourself as a depositor here at once and become a member of the "opportunity club." One dollar will start a saving account. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK McKinney, Texas. Founded 1869 4 per cent interest paid on savings accounts United States Depository John Lovejoy, President. Howell E. Smith, Cashier. Prod Emerson Active Vice Pres. J. G. Fttzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Frauds H. Welch, Vice P. Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. G. l<\ Dugger, a young married man of near Allen, and who, by the way, i« u water witch of no small pretension, Ih a late addition to our list of subscribers and whose patron- age we appreciate. The Hungers aro of one of the county's oldest families and are nearly all staunch friends of our weekly. J. 1,. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

v'f /. . m -sro the weekly democrat-gazette, thursday, march 28, 1911. The Interior Arrangements s? of your house cannot be quite complete without some of our Furniture and Hardware We feel certain that some of the rooms would be improved by the addition of a few artistic pieces of our superb furniture. Many corners, also, par- ticularly the kitchen, need the conveniences you can find in our complete stock of hardware. Call and see. THE CROUCH-HARTZOG COMPANY South Side Square. Fur Hartlwurd and Furniture. SAM HARRIS ■4 ALFALFA KING The pioneer alfalfa grower of <2ollln county Informed one of the editors of the Daily Courier-Gazette and Weekly Democrat-Gazette not long since that his meadows, owing to unfavorable seasons, had not yielded a full crop; for some years too much rain proved disastrous to saving it, and since that time (lur- ing extremely clTy seasons the crop has been reduced to less than one half. In ordinary seasons five, and sometimes six cuttings can be made, the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

X o ca < ?! •< | g SS 3 a a § ! ' * i ■ 'i, l , - . • • *< - - * . 4 " Special Offerings PINS Good quality, per paper 1 c 15c Flaxons New spring styles, per yard : 1 1c 20c CURTAIN SCRIM Assorted colors, per yard 1 5c 12 l-2c DRESS CHAMBRY Good grade, solid colors, per yard *••••• ••••••••••• ^^c 15c PILLOW CASES Good quality, only ... 11c 35c SUNBURST SILK All colors, per pard.. -29c : • 25c MEN S WASH TIES Bright, new styles, this Sale «•••• .. •«••••• 1 7c — 25c MEN'S HALF HOSE Solid colors, This Sale 1 7 c MADRAS SHIRTING 15c quality, light co'ors, per yard 11® 50c MEN'S DRAWERS Elastic Seam Pepperel, This Sale pring petting and Beginning Saturday, March 30th, at 9 o'clock prompt- ly we will open our doors to the greatest Spring Open- ing Sale in our history. We have been preparing for months for this sale. Our buyer picked up 111 the East- ern markets thousands of dollars worth of New Spring Merchandise at prices that enables us to offer you most extraordinary bargains...

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