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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

% g PS X ..... © <s> Opening Display of Spring Hats Nobby Styles in New Tailored Hats WE ARE showing all the mannish effects in Tailored Hats—just the kind you want-for immediate wear. Dark colors with bright color combinations and many other selections in Milan, Hemp and Rough Braids, with Changeable Taffeta facings and coverings, in shades to match the new suits. Hundreds upon hundreds of more dressy Hats, in the large —— flat shapes many of them with turned brims at the side or front. French Ostrich used in the fancy shadings, together with Changeable ^ Taffeta Silks and beautiful Novelty Ribbons. We will show Flower Hats, with drooping brims, covered with Lace and Net,-which are also inlflat effects so very much in evidence for the new season. Children s Straw Hats for both school and dress wear—for girls from 4 years up— at all prices. Additional lines received give us a complete showing. o tne isll za Ladies who enter our doors at the Opening of this Sale Saturday, March...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUR8DAY, MARCH 28. ltlt. "TAKE IT EASY" when wearing the wrong kind of footgear is advice that you can't always follow. There must he a reason for this. It la because of SHOES badly tanned, poorly stitched and wrongly fitted. Nothing else. Every man, woman and child should find the store that can make life's road easy walking In tho Shoe line and patronize that store no other. fThls advice will lead all creation to our door—where "low prices for line Roods" will clinch their trade J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE The "Correct Style." How much that meanB to the man who wants his clothing just right and not on tho freakish order. You are certain of your suit being cut to tho beet of the prevailing style; you are sure of pure wool or silk and* wool fabrics and there's never any cheap linings or trim- mings used, when wo mako your clothes. Our TAILOR MADE garments are guaran- teed perfect In every respect. Geo. W. Smith MEItCHANT TAILOR. North Kentucky St....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MARCH 2 8, 1918. I A. Spring Time and Suit Time Come to this store and examine our Spring Clothing SUITS AT PRICES YOU CAN PAY We prefer to make MORE Bales and LESS profit on each sale. We have a fine line of suits at prices $8.50, $10.00, $12.50, $17.50, $20.00 and $25.00 We take measures and order suits for those who prefer clothes made to measure. Our line of ready made suits are the best you can buy for the price we ask. ] .4 Biggest Line Gents Furnishings in Collin County. Howell & Lucas TH2 STORE OF STYLE LINKS Time is linked together by days, weeks, months and years. Life Is linked together by babyhood, childhood, youth and ago. Why not save the connecting '.inks by the photos of different stages. GREENWOOD will make them, something you will prize too, and more so ns the years pass by. Come in and see us and pre- serve the links. GREENWOOD S STUDIO Phone <1(10, McKinney, Texas. We Pleased Your Friends; Let Us Please You Our photog...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

THE WBBKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUR8PAY, MARCH *8. 1912. PH >1 The Call of Spring Time for a New Suit, New Shirts, New Low Cut Shoes, summer-weight Underwear, and in fact your entire wearing apparel must be changed for the beautiful spring days and approaching warm weather—now to do this at the least cost possible is the desire of all men. LISTEN! We are prepared to sell at close figures and sell you the very best goods money will buy. Some of our prices are astonishingly low. Come to see us. HEN'S SUITS $3.95 f Think of it, men—good suits, which usually sell from $10.00 up to $22.00 and even $25 00, placed on a counter and selling at your choice, $3.95 Never have you had an oppor- tunity like this before. We urge you to see these suits. Other big bargains in the finest of new Spring Goods at $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, etc. Odd Pants, Shoes, Hats, and all kinds men's wear at prices you'll be glad to pay. See them without fail. New Spring Goods PRETTY NEW SPRING SHIRTS with collars to ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

I ML-LL JTHB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 28. 1*12. The Local Happenings From Over Collin County ? HKNXKIt. Reaner boys juat about completed the organization of a baseball club. Mr. Powers has Just returned from a trip through the West and parts of Oklahoma. Miss Annie Powers of Dallas has been visiting her brother at this place the past few days. There aro a good many cases of sickness reported in this community, coldB and lagrippe mostly. On account of the bad weather the attendance at school lias fallen oft' considerably the past week. Mr. McFerrln, who has resided in Renncr for the past few years, mov- ed to Carrollton, Dallas county, last week. Rev. Harrow of Princeton filled his regular appointment here last third Sunday. Good attendance at all services. If we don't have a good crop of frogs it won't be on account of lack of water, for Jupiter Pluvlus has been serenading in our community for the past week. Wheat, oats, corn and gardens are looking fine. Passenger t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUR8DAY, MARCH 2 8. 1812. The Local Happenings From Over Collin County t II.I.KOKA. family wore 11 Ellis county D. S. Lusuter attended court last week. T, J. Townsend was attending court in McKinney one day laHt week. Otis Johnson and visiting IiIh parents last week. Mrs. Douglass of Wilson Chapr spent one day last week with he daughter, Mrs. Lillian Allen. And Jenkins of Blythe Chapel spent last Saturday night and Sun day with his brother, Jim Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Cosby of Clear Lake spent one night recently with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Cosby. Messrs. Ed Manger, Louie and Earl Moore of Murphy, spent last Friday night with the former's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mlinger at tliis placo. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Campbc have a new boarder stopping with them at' their house. If Ik a boy and is a fine one. He will likely re- main permanently. Some of the farmers of this com- munity have planted some corn. A much larger acreage of oat...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

r , ; ' it " ■ - DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, [eyes Bros. A Go. Waxahachie is Bros. & Co. Temple beves Bros. & Co. Cameron ;eves Bros. & Co. Mexia •- , ives Bros. & Co. Marlin ives Bros. & Co. Calvert f and leaves Bros. & Co. McKinney AT Cheeves Bros. & Co. Jifci- '*0r Cheeves Bros. & Co. Waxahachie Cheeves Bros. & Co. Temple Cheeves Bros. & Co. Cameron Cheeves Bros. & Co. Mexia Cheexes Bros. & Co. Marlin Cheeves Bros. & Co. Calvert , and Cheeves Bros. & Go. McKinney is with pardonable pride we wish to announce to our many friends throughout Collin county that our new |pring Stock is complete in every department. Our buyers spent almost six weeks in the Eastern Markets and 'ith their long years of successful merchandising and the power of the almighty dollar, we are able to give you lot only the very newest things, but the very best values for your money to be offered in Collin county : : : : Extra Special ). bolts of 5c round iread cotto...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1%IW * :! Binds More Sheaves with Less Twine ii o< \W Plymouth Kinder Twine is made ric.lit. It Murks smoothly, tics l>ro|ierly, and the lust of tlie ball fci'iia as freely as tho first. No knots or breaks. Fifty per cent Ktronger than the strain of any machine actually requires. PLYMOUTH - Binder Twine is fised more than any other twine becausc it is known to be the best. Made by the oldest cord- age establishment in the United States, where quality and honesty are spun into every ball of twine. Farmers who insist on seeing the wheat-sheaf tag on every ball of twine «ave money and avoid... harvest delays. - Wheat Crop No Assured! Bat Prospects tiood JOHNSON-Out of the Trust SIMPLE, DURABLE, PRACTICAL Will cut and bind shorter grain than any binder on the market. A knotter that will tie your bundle; lower roller; 5 1-4 inches—other makes 3 1-4 inches. LET US HAVE YOUR CONDITIONAL ORDER. . We want to get in touch with you. IF YOU...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

ts. THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE!, THUR8DAY, MARCH t 8, 19If. Relieves Backache Instantly Sloan's Liniment is a great r<*nedy for backache. It penetrates and relieves the pain instantly—no rub- bing necessary — just lay it on lightly. Here's Proof. "I had my back hurl In the Boer War and in Kan Kranciico two year* ago I was hit by a itreet car in the game place. 1 tried all kinds of dope without uc- Cess. Two weeks ago 1 saw your lini- nie/' V a drug store and gut a bottle to try. 1'he first application caused instant relief, and now except for a little stiff- ness, 1 am almost well." FLETCHER NORMAN. Whlttler, Calif. SLOAN'S LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheumatism, neuralgia, sore throatjand sprain3. Miss E. Rim of Brooklyn, N.Y., writes: "Sloan's l.inlment is the !x:st for rlieumati.im. I haveusadsix bot- tles of it and it Is grand." Sold by all Dealers. Price, 25c., 50c., and S1.00. Slo.m's Uock on Horses, Cattle, Hcrj and Poultry sent free. Address Or.Carl S.Sloan Boston, M...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1912

Z, ■ - M&>ii)«■';:•« M > THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MARCH I 8. 1812. . „ x- . r /k ^ 1 'mi f ~ iZis*IrflwC PKOt'KR WAV TO MOUNT MAIL. IJOXfcB. Rural Letter Carriers' Association Department Address all communica- tions for this department to S. L. Brndshaw, R. F. D. No. 2, Anna, Texas. Grafonola Contest Anna Tux., March 25, 11)12. The second quarterly meeting of the Col- lin County It it ra I letter CarrlerB Association will be held at tlx- Conn ty Treasurers office In McKlnney on Saturday night, April 13th, at 7:ItO ]>. ni. All carriers In the county aro urg ed to attend. 10very one of the forty live owes It to hltnsedf and the ser- vice to afllllato with the organism lion. Come hoys, wake up! We ex- pect your co-operation, don't disap point us. E. C. FORBES, President. Program of the (). I(. L. C, A., Mr- Kinney April, liUli. Called to order by president nt. 7:80 p. ni. Roll (tailed. Reading of the minutes of the last meeting. Report of Secretary-Treasurer ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1912

i i I 12 Pa<es This Week The Weekly Democrat- THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. 10. 'heavy vote polled here The McKinney city election for 1912 In now a thing of the past, and everybody, defeated and un- feated candidates and citizens, can now again Bettle down to work for themselves and for the welfare of the grand old town of McKinney. It would be misleading to say that there were no surprises in the va- rious contests. However, the cam- paign was a clean one; there was no abuse, so far as could be learned, and general good feeling prevailed throughout, and even up to the end. Two young men, never before hon- ored with office, and yet both well qualified for the positions, were elected by overwhelming majorities, which goes to show that the young men are being sought for the real work of today. There seems to be no hard feelings on the part of the defeated candidates, aa Indeed, there is no cause for It, the campaign, as above stated, being conducted on a high plane. The highest total vote c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1912

J I 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. 1 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK McKinney, Texas. Founded 1869 4 per cent* interest paid on savings accounts United States Depository THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1 12. 7 John Lovejoy, President. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pres. Francis H. Welch, Vice P. Howell E. Smith, Cashier. J. O. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. Mrs. Sophia 8harblne, one of our most highly appreciated readers of the Weekly Democrat-Gazette and who lives In McKinney, sends iik a dollar for another year's reading of our hlg weekly. She tins been a sub- scriber of our paper for many years. Thanks. A. R. Epps of the Wetsel com- munity joins our b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1912

7 •A — "HE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZETTK, APRIL ' 111*. Will GIVE {500 TO SICK READERS OFJPCRAT-GAZETTE Indiana Scientist Who Originated the Now Famous "Home Treatment" Offers Large Package Free to Sick and Ailing. I , In order that every reader of the Democrat-Gazette who needs treat- ment may have an opportunity to test this celebrated medicine, the now famous Indiana scientist has come to the front with an offer to give absolutely free a large proof package to Ave hundred readers of this paper to prove the wonderful claims which have been made for it. In making this offer the scien- tist said: "I 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 Btory and many thousands <|f the same people have told me afterwards that my treatment had ...

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

"THE OLD EASTER "FLOOR" White Billows is a flour that is 6imply above all jothers in GOOD BAKING QUALITIES. Once lyou try a sack of White Billows you will use it reg- |ularly in your household. We know there are many >od flours to be had. But there is only one "best" ind we are confident a trial will convince that is rhite Billows. Order a sack today and do your text baking with it. The resuit is bound to make rou a steady user. Collin County Nill & Elevator Co. McKINNBY. TEXAS. le Democrat - Gazette JLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. W. Perkins, Walter II. Wilson, orb, Publishers and Proprietor*. nberry Adnni*. Circulation and Assistant Business Manager. as second-class mail matter. Subscribers—The date printed Mite your name on the margin le pnpor or on the wrapper indl- the time to which your sub- (ption is paid. All subscriptions |ro on the first of the month. Any crlber not receiving the paper ilarly will please notify us. [•HE OFFICE AND THE MAN. Poodrow Wilson is the demand tie g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. APRIL 4. 1 . - Binds More Sheaves with Less Twine Plymouth Binder Twine la made right. It work* smoothly, tiea properly, and the last of the ball leeda as freely as the first. No knots or breaks. ® Fifty per cent stronger than the strain of any machine actually requires, v PLYMOUTH • Binder Twine is used more than any other twine because it la known to be the best Made by the- oldest cord- age establishment in the United States, where quality and honesty are apun into every ball of twine. Farmers who insist on seeing the , wheat-aheaf tag on every ball of ^ , . twine save money and avoid <a harvest delays. « P "v" v ^ ' m (< ► 7 Wheat Crop Not Assured! * < > < i< > < M • But Prospects Good i JOHNSON-Out of the Trust SIMPLE, DURABLE, PRACTICAL Will cut and bind shorter grain than any binder on the market. A knotter that will tie your bundle; lower roller; 5 1-4 finches—other makes 3 1-4 inches. LET US HAVE YOUR CONDITIONA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1912

ANNOUNCEMENTS. The following have announced for offices named below, subject to the action of the democratic primary, Ju|y 27. 1912: For Congre**: TOM W. PERKINS. For DlMtrW't Jhi1k« for KUtli Judicial District (Collin and CrajNon Coun Ilea): JUDGE J. M. PEARSON. For l<<Hnl Representative: J. L. YARBROIJC.H. For Klotorlal Representative: (Collin nod Grayson Counties.) J. n. BASKETTE, of Wylie, Toxhh. For District Clerk: A. 8. (MATT) WHEATLEY. S. H. (PAT) GRAHAM. DR. W. A. BELL. W. W. (WILL) PRUETT. For County Treasurer: M. E. (GENE) MALLOW. BERT L. LIEVSAY. J. F. WESTER. For Tux Assessor Collin Co.: L. T. GAY. T. A. PA KRIS. J. K. P. (JIM) SI1RADER. For County Hupt. of Schools: W. E. FOSTER. W. S. SMITH. For OotiunisNloncr, Precinct I: JACK 8PORTSMAN. (Re-election, 2nd term.) For Commissioner, Precinct 2: J. E. CRAWLEY. For Commissioner, Precinct 3: L. A. MARTIN. JOHN WASH HENDRICKS. JOHN F. RAY. W. A. BARNETT. ELBERT L. WILLIAMS. B. L. (BEN) SHIRLEY. For Consralile, Precinct ...

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

■■ We Want To Sell Yon a Spring Snit And we want you to know that the price is right and the'quality is high. We are in position to sell you a spring suit at an unusually low price and will be pleased to have you call and see our showing. We have ready-made-suits priced from SIO'OO to $22.50, and at $15.00 and $17.50 we have some exceptional values. In men's and young men's furnishings for spring you will find our store to be the best place to buy them. Lots of pretty, new, spring ties, shirts, hose, hats and light weight underwear. Come to our store and see them. Howell & Lucas THE STORE OF STYLE Collin County Class Initiation Campaign, to be held in McKinney April 18th. Robert Farrell, a Piano Wood- man, who Is a Woodman and then some, for five or six years consul commander of the Plauo camp, was here and called to see us. Bob is a splendid fellow, and we are proud of his friendship. Magnolia Camp No. 431, W. O. W. had another enthusiastic meeting Monday night. There was a ver...

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

... t- • THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 191S. —! MANY INJURED IN COLLISION Denlson, Texas, March HO.—A head-••nil collision between twr freight traliiH on the Fort Worth branch of the Katy about two miles west of Denlson at 7: '.io o'clock lam night resulted In ten men being In Jured, one probably fatally, and several hundred head of stock klllei two euKlnes completely demolish* and the equipment of both trains re- duced to kindling. The Injured are John Taylor braketnan, who sustained a fractur- ed skull and may not survive; Chas Mauser, William Skinner, B. F. La- cey, brakeimen; W. A. Suggs and W K. Meaner, conductors; It. M. Weld and L. W. Hates, engineers; T. II Hubbs and Fred Johnson, firemen. Injured Taken to Hospital, The Injured men were all brought to the local hospital, where their Injuries received attention from the company's surgeons. The* accident Is said to have been caused' by errors In dispatches. The northbound train was carry- ing stock for the No...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1912

. ♦ 4,v ' — ALCO 3 PEK CENT. Awgelable fteparailonfarAs amIRcdula ling the Stomachs Infants/Childrkn Promotes Digwllonfliewfa ness and RestXontains ncimtr Opiuiu .Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic, i j^tfouiksammm Smd- tUb- Aperfect Remedy ibrConsflpi- Hon Sour Stomach.Dlarrtoti Worrasfonvulsions.Fevensh ness «nd Loss of Sleep* Facsimile Signature of a&itfsss; NEW YORK. CAsnmiA Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of ON THE WING Personal Mention of People You Known by Our Field Man. [under the Fbodi J Exact Copy of Wrapper. For Over Thirty Years mil i omr. i d Roads Enthusiast Way Mr. S. J. Lewis was in id handed to J. Fred Smith a jis a donation on a mile and a [of gravel road leading t>outh .1 Stone's place. This |How Mr. Lewis appreciates lads and he says he would be to give many times this if the satae material only ex- as far out as his farm. Mr. ias always been a good roads Jast and worked very hard lor pcess of the last bond Is...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1912

An Admirer of a pretty foot Ih one of wood last e. The pi'-cy foot thffugh is impossible without well-fit- ting shoes. Provide yourself with a pair of those Easter Shoes we've provided for you and your friends. They're a well, and what you want. Easter price* ant a shade lower If anything. Strange, Isn't It? Shoes J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1111. Ik Jlrislorrac^ Till h i most cm >tiii-:s, Tin : ItKHT kit. People who are particular about their clothes Hhould have them made to their indi- vidual measure and l>y a tai- lor who knows the business. I and yon to visit my tailor shop just south of Scott & Emerson's real estate office on North Kentucky street and let me show you some pretty spring samples. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR. North Kentucky St. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 41 PERSONAL a PARAGRAPHS FRIDAY. W. M. Wilson of Ardath was here today. Mrs. Henry Morgan of Melissa was a visitor here today. Miss Mayo Whisenant of All...

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