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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. APRIL 4. 1I1S. Keep Your Eye on that Can i ■ ! Whftn ■ « Buying , J Baking | I Powder • I I | For this is § | the baking | | powder that g | 'makes the § H baking better." § ■ It leavens the food £ m evenly throughout; a ■ puffs it up to airy ■ m lightness, makes it | | delightfullyappetiz- a g ing and wholesome. ^ ■ Remember, Calumet a E is moderate in price ■ m —highest in quality. V ® Ask your grocer for ® ■ Calumet. Don't take 1 jj a substitute. BAKING POW MADE BY THE TRUSI pi NCPOV BAKING POWD^ CHICAGO Attended Sister's Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McDowell went to Dallas Thursday where thev attended Ihe ninrrlnge of Mr. McDowell's sister, Miss Mae, to Mr. Hugh Webb of that place that night. These young people formerly lived In McKinney. Almost a Miracle. One of the most startling changes ever seen In any man, according to \V. B. Holsclaw, Clurendon, Texas, was effected years ago in his brother. "He had such a dreadful cough," he writes, "...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1912

■t—rrr~ SV 'A ■ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. APRIL 4. mi. as- Morgan Weaver DRY GOODS One Price, Spot Cash ANNOUNCEMENT! Morgan Weaver DRY GOODS One Price, Spot Cast Confirming our letter and announcement in last week's papers we desire to say that in changing our method of selling for spot cash we assure you that we are able to meet the demands of cash customers, saving them a great per cent on the merchandise. The difference between cash and credit means much more than one may estimate. It will pay you anyway to investigate our cash prices before buying your spring bill. We have the most choice selections and every item of our spring goods are NEW. Our stock will be found to be the best in North Texas and the prices are guaranteed to be the lowest. Read the items quoted below and compare them to the best in other 6tore. : ' : : : : A regular 6 1 -4c 5-8 bleach soft domestic flfni>hcd for the needle, our spot cash A full yard wide soft finish Bleached Domestic, regular...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1912

'if. K' ■■■&**, r.-. V:; "2BB ■A JL Ku/XM\t HV. I I NPAIGNIS DEATH OCCURRS LAUNCHED IN HOUSTON I * f H. E. Singleton, one of the best known, most progres&lve, and there- fore, prosperous, farmerB in all Tex- as, and for the past forty-one years a tiller, of the soil in Collin county, has formally announced his candida- cy for the office of Commissioner of Agriculture of the State vt Texas. Mr. Singleton has opened campaign headquarters at No. 420 Slaughter Building, Main street, Dallas, and has placed! Mr. .1. M. Harris, former- ly, until recently, city editor of these papers, in charge as office man- ager. Mr. HarrlB spent last Sunday in the /city with his family, but re- turned to Dallns Monday morning, where he Immediately took charge of the office for Mr. Singleton. Mr. Singleton has not gone into this race entirely on his own mo- tion. For several months past the strongest pressure has been brought to bear upon him by his friends, not only In this section, where he Is s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1912

-J % THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1*1 PRETTY NEW SPRING AND SUMMER SHOES. Everybody like* pretty shoes and that's why our line Is sell- ing so well. We have all the styles, shapes and materials worn for spring and summer and we have aatached an un- usually attractive price to ev- ery pair we have in stock. We want you to come here and take a look before you buy. Our prices are reasonable and our quality Is high. SALE J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE ITS § "THAT'S WHAT THEY ALL HAY" "It's exceptional." When you come In to thlH tailor shop you may expect to see something exceptionally good and1 when you've placed your order and received a suit, vest or odd pair of trousers you'll, know what we say 1b true. Experi- ence enables us to do the best tailoring at the most moderate prices. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR. North Kentucky St. <] PERSONAL o PARAGRAPHS MONDAY. I K ■if -■ m:y Pi 1 i's m 1.': I Rfe' $■ I i J. IC. Sachse of Sachse was here today. G. D. Lowe of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1912

THE WBBKL1 HE, THI & )AT, 11. 1#12. "si Ml '# Farmers, Attention Are you in the market for a flimsy, light constructed piece of machinery when you buy a planter that will do your work all right the first year and trouble you the next three years? % Wouldn't You Rather Buy a planter built to stand the wear and tear of this country—one that will not fall down when you bump into a stump; a beam hitch; a leyer to ad- just your foot piece spring trip feet; clutch in both wheels. It is an im- plement that every man will sweaif by that has used it. We Will Loan You the Price of This Planter while times are hard, until they get better. We want your business and can convince you we have the best line on the market. We are carrying $3000.00 worth of repairs in stock and have the most complete lines of goods in McKinney. Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company, J. Lee Jatkson, Manager ( Professional Depp i T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. Over Mc- Klnney's grocery store. Phone 203, McKinney. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1912

rM - 3f THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURiDAT, APKTt The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom XV. I'erklna, Walter H. Wilson, Editors, PubllNhem and Proprietor*. Greenherry A<lamH, Circulation mid AhnIMmiiI Business Manager. Entered us second-class mail matter. To Subscribers—Tho date pr'nted opposite your name on the margin ot the paper or on the wrapper indi- cates tile time to which your nub acrlptlon Is paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify uh. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The following have announced for offices named below, subject to the acfon of the democratic primary, July 27, 1912: s1laqe cheaper than pas- ture. Dean Mumford of the Missouri college of agriculture makes the statement that cows can be main- tained more cheaply on Hllage than they can be carried through the summer on blue grass pasture where the land costs about $100 per acre and suitable for growing corn, lie says that t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1912

Section The Weekly Democrat- THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. 10 McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1912. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. ODD FELLOWS GO TO SHERMAN. I IMPORTANT ■ TO CARRIERS The following letter has been re- ceived from S. L. Bradshaw, editor of the Rural Carriers' Department of these papers, and Is self-explana- tory: I hope every carrier In the coun- ty has read President E. C. Forbes' announcement of our next quarterly meeting, Saturday evening, the 13th Inst, and not only do 1 hope that they have read it, but boys, it is certainly nothing but our duty, every one of us, to be there. 1 am aware that we all are, at times, negligent about matters that ought to receive our earnest attention, but how any car- rier can be true to the service him- self and hlB fellow carriers, and re- fuse to share the labors and respon- sibilities as well as the benefits of organization, 1 can not understand, and I am going to be greatly dis- appointed next Saturday evening if almost, if not ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1912

"'T I THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1911. 1 COLLIN COUNTY NEWS FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS lilt ASCII.' Horn, to Hon JohriHon and wife a boy baby, April 1. W. H. K. Mathews has been in- disposed lor the pant week. Johnny Addington Iihh been real sick but is able (o be up now. Mrs. Bertha Johnson 1h very se- rlotiKly 111 with drdpsy of the heart. W. M. Moore of Murphy visited his brother, E. B. Moore here Thurs- day. Mr. and Mr*. E. M. Whlthcad. Sr , of Denton were visitors here last, week. Mr. J. Davis arrived this morning to attend the bedside of his daughter Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Will Edwards has been se- riously 111 the past week, but Is much Improved now. Mrs. J. Davis of DeKalb, is here attending the bedside of her daugh- ter, Mrs. Bertha Johnson. Jake Llndley and family, former resident* of this place, but now of Denton county are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Je.nle Leek of Blythes Chajiel and Mrs. Minnie Kerby of Grove vis- ited their sister Mrs. Edwards and fami...

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

THB DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY, 11. 191S. 7 ; Chest Pains and Sprains Soan's Liniment is an ex- ent remedy for chest and throat afTcctions. It quickly relieve?, congestion and in- flammation. A few drops in water used as a gargle is antiseptic and healing. Here's Proof " I have uicd Sloan's Ltuiinent for y« r and can teaiUy to lu wonderful efficiency. I have u*ed It (or lore throat, croup, lame back and rhcumatUm and In every cue it gave inilant relief." keuecca jane isaacs, Lucy, Kentucky. SLOANS LINIMENT is excellent for sprains and bruises. It stops the pain at once and reduces swell- ing very quickly. Sold by all dealers. Pr/00, 2BoBOo., $1.00 Sloan's Treatise on the Horse sent free. Earl S. Sloan REPAPERS AND PAINTS HOME. J. L. Todd Residence on North Cole- tnun St. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Todd have re- cently had their residence on North Coleman street repapered and paint- ed, which adds greatly to the beauty of the house Into which Mr. and Mrs. Tom Allen have lately moved. Mr. To...

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

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY-, APRIL 11, 18 It. ^ ... can tall the farmers mora truths ## ♦♦< that tbey should know in a shorter Tie Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Tom W. Perkins, Walter H. Wilson Editor*, Publishers and Proprietors Greenberry Adnni*, Circulation and As*.Ir«lulit llusinchN Manager, —gees 1 _ Entered as second-class mall matter To Subscribers—The date pr'nted opposite your name on the margin of the paper or fin the wrapper Indl cates the time to which your sub acrlptlon Is paid. All subscriptions expire on the flrnt of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. PROGRESSIVIS DA 1.1.AS. In the city election held in Dallas Tuesday, a number of very import- ant measures were voted upon, and be It said to the credit of the city, every proposed measure, but one, (which was really fine of the most important) carried by satisfactory margins. Those measures which car- ried were: For sewer extension bonds; school...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1912

"There's a Time Each Year" r And That Time is Here! When you need a Lawn Mower. The grass is sprouting out and you can see many yards in McKinney now that would look better after using a good lawn mower. We have the best lawn mowers made, they do the work and are lighter and easier to use. Don't put it off another day, come to our big store and let us show you. THE CROUCH-HARTZOG COMPANY South Bide Square. "FOR MOWERS THAT MOW." INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM Tbe following article, being ex- tracts from a lengthy and very able paper, on the subject of Initiative, Referendum and Recall, is from the ,^*pen of Prof. Reginald Hull, of Har- T vard University. In view of the fact that the subject seems to be taking a hold on the mlndB of the people in a most rapid manner, and the fact that it seems probable the people will, ere long, demand a trial of the efficiency of the plan, the article is herewith given for what it is worth: It 1b customary to begin articles on the initiative and the refe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, APRIL 11, ltlt. j! A Man, ij like a dollar, ng capacity. When idle he earns nothing; put at work he creates value. " gTTT There's a steady job, at good pay, waiting at this bank for every dollar you can bring to it. jJ No lay-offs, and the longer it stays the more it will earn. Don't keep your dollars in idleness. Let them begin now to create value tor you. One dollar will staTt an account, and draw many others to it. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK McKinney,'Texas. Founded 1869 4 per cent^ interest paid on savings accounts United States Depository John Lovejoy, President. Fred EmorHon Active Vice Pres. FranclB H. Welch, Vice P. Howell E. Smith, Cashier. J. G. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Vet H. Smith, AsBt. Cashier. FOR BALE. Farms on easy terms and long time at a small price. g. WICIHMAN. McKlnnej . Morrow Block. We engrave Inscriptions on mon- uments that are alroady erected In cemeterlos. Work good, prices reasonable. McKinney Monumeutal WorkB. Perkins...

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

THURSDAY, APRIL 11. 1912. IPECIAL MUSLIN SAL 12 Big Bargain Days-Continuing to Saturday Wight, April the 20th One Week Greatest Underwear Values Ever Offered in McKinney We open this great sale with a vast assortment of the famous "QUEEN" Undermuslins which are known throughout the. country as the highest standard muslin garments made. Every garment of best material--full cut, and nicely made. You can't afford to sew when you can buy these goods at such low prices. : : : : : m k Yard wide Dress Linen '25c value 19o (I Gowns-Special! Fine 50c Gowns for , 29c Ladies' Round Yoke Gowns, trimmed with lace and tucks, lace at sleeve, 75c value, on CQa sale, each www 1.25 Gowns in assorted styles, on sale this week, each 98c 1000 yards 10c Embroidery, the yard 7 1.2o 100 doz yds Linen and Torchon Laces yd 4o Princess Slips-Special! Made of good quality soft Mus- lin, trimmed with real QQa linen lace, 1.25 value... www Princess Slips, full embroidery trimmed, sell elsewhere for 1.75, Special...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUR8DAT, COLLIN COUNTY NEWS FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS WESTMINSTER. Mrs. K.. E Slsk went to Dalian tof- d>v on li|i"'n«ig 1 Poran Wright of Wichita Falls Is visum,, iimiiac nere mum week. Mrs. G<-o. Coffey of DallttH. Is spending Mils week with relatives here. Roy MatthewH of Dallas, spent Sat lirday and Sunday wltu relatives here. who !h attending a In Dallas, was here Clone Taylor, business college Sunday. I.onnie Hull, of Memphis, and Karl Lawrence, of Rosamond, wore visiting here Sunday. J. W. Hendricks and 15. L. Shirley, both cundldatoH for county commlB- sinner were here today. Homer Cooper and sister, Mattle Lou, of Verona visited their sister, Mrs H. I. MeLarry Sunday. . The Philoniatheslan Society gave n 0|>en program Friday night which was very much enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Klncald of Far- mersvllle, visited the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. L R. Matthews Sunday. Frank Dowell of McKlnney, wbh here today on business and to visi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1912

m} -' TWmm MM > ,T DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRII. U. 1 1 . i,. _ js .•.Laarrany ft Oome Saturday, April 13tin,- Com© Every Day- • t<r* • Worth New Spring Goods Some Xtra Special Toweling 6 l-4c quality now yd 4 l-2c Extra Special Canvass Good Quality yard 3c Extra Special Art Squares $3.95 values now $3.00 Xtra Special Gowns 65c muslin gown now 40c Xtra Special Embroideries. 10c quality now 5c Xtra Special Corsets 75c Kind marked now 39c Xtra Special Shirt Waist 75c values now 49c Xtra Special Drawers Children's Drawers Marked Pair 9c Xtra Special Skirts $5.00 kind marked now $2.9.5 Xtra Special Matting 25c Jap Matting marked yard 22 l-2c Xtra Special Poplins 35c quality pretty patterns yard 21c • .s. The Millinery and Ready-to-wear Departments Will be Given over to a Grand Show and Sale of Pretty Hats and Lingerie Dresses. Come and see how the designs have brought forth their dreams. How seamstresses have whipped to- gether with magic needle and substile thread. Don't bu...

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

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTE. THURSDAY. APRIL 11. ltll. •4 i J It' a Happy Family Tom W Per kin* of MeKinney, Texan .whoso baking is done with WHITE BILLOWS Flour. The bread is always so ligbl and moist, the cake so good to eat, ami the pastry bo (laky and c risp. White Billows FLOUR should he a regular part of your household supplies. Order a sack today as a trial. Don't mix it with other flours. Make a baking of It alone, so you can see how superior it is to ordinary flour. You'll need no coaxing to Induce you to order the second sack. HO.\D BY ALL GROCERY STORES. MADE BY Collin County Nil! & Elevator Co. McKINNEY, TEXAS. The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. T?m W. Perkins, Walter B. Wilson, Editors, Publisher* and Proprietors, Greenberry Adams, Circulation and Assistant Business Manager. Entered as second-class 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- scripti...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1912

,:r-v ■ IL 'V - ■ ' Freckeloater ANO Tanno-Mora Two of the most Scientific Beautifying 1 Agencies ,< {Known / . JTfreckeleater;cruh\ ^ The remove? of skin imperfections j I *ueh u freckles,* tan, Sunburn, rinf worm, liver spots andall kindred ^ ! skin troubles* ^ * Miin bid CoBplectlons 6ood ad Bood Complections B tt r i Price 25 and 50c. ir m mm .TAN-NO-MORE > THE SKIN BEAUTIPIKR v / r% Two preparations combined into one. It acrves as a massage cream, ' thoroughly cleansing the pores of the skin, and as an invisible powder that cannot be detected. , Price 35 and 50c > *- Will b« pliutd to mall booklet Celling more fully the merit* of tfcsse preparation* and of our full line. Baker's School of Beauty Culture, teaches manicuring, facial massage, care of the hair and acalp, ate. Literature on application. BAKER-WHEELER MFG. CO. ' 2600 SWISS AVE. DALLAS, TEXAS You can buy these preparations from the North Side Drug Store. A PRETTY NEW Spring Suit for S15.0D Yes, we can sell yo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1912

, .. •«> THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, ltll. = r. TRY THE CASH We shall sustain the claims we make in carrying the best goods at the lowest prices and challenge comparisons from any source. We want you to try this store for your next purchases and prove the facts. We believe McKinney is the strongest competition Joint in Texas and that goods arc sold cheaper here than anywhere eAe, and this store desires to demonstrate to you that we can save you money. We are selling a new, strong and service- able Madras for shirting, shirt waists and skirts at 10c yard , A good line of Colored Nainsooks new for Spring. IMtEHS GOODS, SILKS. We have a beautiful line of fanclw Id pin checks and stripes, silks, for per yard 50c Barronnett Silks. This Is a highly mercerized, soft, silky material and have in appearance, all silk, we have them at yard 42 I-2c Silk Imperials, a pleasing, soft fin- ished, silk effect, in all colors, per yard 25c Wo have a specially strong line of Was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1912

12 Pates This he Weekly De m o c i*a t-Gazette kiniF.ru YEAR, NO. 11. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, *APRIIj 18, 1018. 4* ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. HIS DEFEAT Washington, April 16.—"The Lorlmer issue defeated me. I voted to seat him." These words in an Interview by United States Senator Shelby M. Cullom of Illinois have served to center a new Interest in the Lorimer case, which Is scheduled to come up In the Senate before the far-reaching results of the Illinois Republican primary are forgotten. In the midst of a long and almost pathetic reminiscent talk about fif- ty yeara in Congress, about his de- votion to his work, his advanced age andi the fact that after serving his country for lifty years he is go- ing to retire, having grown a little worse off flnanci&lly each year—In the midst of a fascinating humon In- terest tale like that, the venerable Illinois Senator > suddenly turned upon his interviewer. TVloosevelt Surprised Everybody. "But didn't Roosevelt make a fin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1018. WILL GIVE (500 TO SICK READERS OFJEMOCRAT-GAZETTE Indiana Scientist Who Originated the Now Famous "Home Treatment" Offers Large Package Free to Sick and Ailing. COLLIN COUNTY NEWS FROM OL'R CORRESPONDENTS In order that every reader of the Democrat-Gazette who needs treat- ment may have an opportunity to test thin celebrated medicine, the now famous I milium scientist has come to the front with an ofTer to give absolutely free a large proof packngo to live hundred readers of this paper to prove the wonderful Hnirus which have been niado 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 mo that story and many thousands of the same people...

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