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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1907

tm. ■ - ■ 'A IP 'M' Wf ■'ad ®t)C Democrat •1.00 PER YEAR. MeKlNNEY, COLLIN C*>t'NTY, TEX AS, TIHRSDAY, MARCH II. 1007. III07. VOL. 24, .NO. 0. BADLY STABBED IN GAINESVILLE i * A Relatives and friends In this city were shocked by receipt of news that Waddell Woraham had been dangerously slabbed In Gainesville and was in a serious condition. Sunday's Fort Worth Record gives the following account of the tragedy. • • • • • Gainesville, Tex., March 9. -(Spe- cial.) Waddell Worshain Is lying at the point of death, and Nora Wilson Is In jail here awaiting the result, of a knife wonnd in the back which the doctors fear will end in Worshain bleeding to death internally. The stabbing occurred in a hack this af- ternoon about 2 o'clock, and there were no witnesses to the affair, Worsham hails from McKlnney and conies of a good family. He play- ed third base and was field captain of the Gainesville bnseball team last year and had been signed for Ills old position on this year's team. He was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1907

1HK__ >i Wif: K! V'■ ■ *' Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER R. WILSON t,V : PnblUiirrs and Proprietors. ibaorlber* i—The date printed opposite ns on the margin ot the paper or on the indlo«tM th# time to wblcfc your aub- i ia paid Ail aubacrlptkma eiptrs or cho month. Any aubacrlber nr. ra- p«p«r regularly will plaaaa notify ua We do not tend reoelpte tor money peld oo Mtiwortptlonn, net 01 edit aame on ellp. a'uoned ts paper, if oredlt t not ahown oo alip in tea itkfttnm data or remlttanoe, notify thla ofioe Subrrription Kates One copy one year $1.00 Entered as«second-class mail matter. McKinney, Texas March 14, Tree plunting continues. McKinney city property is on the upgrade in vulues. The split-log drag is growing it. favor in Collin. Judge John Church of McKinney and Commissioner Christie of neai Allen, were here yesterday looking after a road to be opened from Fris- co to the south.—Frisco Journal. "I had a letter a few days ago,' said Congressman Hale of Tenn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1907

1 % i mmmm w w , <■*. ™ JWSI V, r, ;f : Exceptional Bargains! IN Pianos and Organs Also Singer Sewing Machine. Having been in the Piano ami Organ bunnies* in Collin County for the pant twelve (Id) y vuu, ami having sold during that time only makes of demonstrated merit—Kimball, Estcy, Hamil- ton, Camp & Co.,—which have met every requirement and de- mand of my trade, e>eii the most fastidious, I feel justified in soliciting a continuation of your support and patronage during the current year. I am in a position this year not only to meet the keenest competition possible, but to even go further than that—to give you Bargains In Pianos and Organs that you| will at once recognize and appreciate. Among other reasons for this very favorable bit nation, I have made a material reduction in the number of salaried salesmen, ship altogether in Carload lots and do not practice the very unjust custom of paying coin- missions to teachers and solicitors to induce them to recom- mend my p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1907

4 M given tyles this season, it has been our good fortune to present for your inspection before. We best effort to accomplish this and feel justified in saying that we have succeeded. Our Kuppenheimer Line of Clothin: x ? Y t Y T T Y T t Y Y ❖ t Y Y ? ? Y X Y Y Y Y WAS never so re|>le e with the catchy designs of this fav- orably known house, and the rep- utation of this line of men's and youth's clothing, will be further advanced this season than ever before. OUR LINE of medium priced clothing is composed ol the best creations of 1907 SPRING STYLES. Men's Suits $7.50 to $25.00 Youth's Department We realize that the youth is more demanding in his selections for snap and style of the season's out- puts-. So we have studied to meet this diinund and l'eel that we have succeeded. $5.00 to $22.50 Copyright 1907 1907 Huuae (^Kuppfiihtinwf Hook of Kuppeuheunw Chicago i Copyrigti' 1907 The Houte oi kupprnhamer Chicago THE HONE OF GOOD CLOTHING Houw o4 Kuppeaheimet Chicago Mothers' Attent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1907

% / T f * M / * i i f "'i . Millinery Opening A ^ Tuesday aad Wednesday, March 19 aud 20, we specially Invite the la- dies of McKlnney and Collin county to come, try on. compare our hats and prices. We leave It to you. We do ask that you see ours. Don't worry, we will Ret out your Easter hat on time. We think we have the grandest lot of shapes, flowers, or- naments, etc., we ever had, but It's up to the ladles and we await your ; leasure and your presence. MATTHEWS BROS. Silks, Laces and Embroider- ies. etc, also on display. Re- member Mar. 19 and 20. That's No Pipe Dream In our window this time, but the real thing you want at your price from 5c to 5 Dollars From the "Soap Bubble Pipe'' for the children to the 4,good old solid com- fort" home smoker. We want to Break the Pipe record this week. Look them over and in the mean time remember we want your drug and sundry trade also, and know we can serve vou acceptably. OLOWER & WOODALL, NOItTIf S1DK SQUARE. Phone 460. Prompt Deliver...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1907

m: ■ mmmsmm* MraHClit <Mki L *■* W*M ,«1- f;:r —B_, , ,.-4 18 $(*■** % NEW OXFORDS AT J. A. WATERS' "Quality Corner." Q-HOESthw Sprirjf will be neater and with eh-ane*-cut line* than ever before. We are anxious that you inspect our stock in Ladies and Men's Oxfords. The dress of the foot will claim equal attention wiih anv other part of the toilet. For this rason it is particularly wine for ladies and men to inspect onr lire ' f Julian & Kokenge for Ladies and Dunlap for Men. We have many pretty styles to show you. Will appreciate a look for our selection will convince you that we have only the New Things in Store For You J. A. WATERS McKinney, Texas. WINX-H KN D~ItSON. Two Popular Young People Are Married at Princeton. U -■ The home of J. A. Winn nt Prince- ton was the scene of a .pretty wed- ding at 5:30 o'clock Sunday nfter- noon, the contracting parties being his son, Herbert R. Winn, and Miss Audre> Henderson of Altoga. Quit.1 u number of relatives and friends of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1907

0 U, * EASTER Ginghams 2000 yards dress ginghams worth <c, all to be Hold during this great sale at m J EASTER Table Oil Cloth 15 bolts table oil cloth, beautiful patterns to select from, all go in one lot at EASTER Lace Curtains We are showing an elegant line of new lace curtains in prices up to $1; 75c kind lace curtain on sale at EASTER Laces 1000 yards Im. torchon lace, beau- tiful patterns to select from, all out at choice STORE EASTER SAIE Starts Saturday, Mar. 16, and lasting until Sat. Mar.31 $50,000 worth new spring goods opened in the past few weeks. Our Mr. Hammond spent some time in the Eastern markets, carrying along the ready cash to take advantage of the low prices put on goods marked to sell for the cash buyer. Below we give you only a few of the many good things to be found during this sale. Our Big Notion Department Special Offerings 2 cards safety pins at 5C 5 dozen pearl buttons at J Oc 5 pair good linen shoe stiings (JJc 10c Glycerine Soap at Qc 3 bunches hai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1907

!'&il WZ ; . * f, ■ "I# *$■ • ; J; "V; V pring Line OF' ifcf" ■' M*.' &•';i • I Velvet Brussels, Moquette and Axminster CARPETS Is now in stock and we Invite you to call and inspect them. We also have a large line of Art Squares, all new and up-to-date patterns. Our line of Floor Rugs, Mattings and Linoleums, is complete and would like to cover your floors. Give us a call Crouch-Saigling Co MeKinney, TVxas. le Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. « TOM W. PERKINS WALTER II. WILSON Publishers and Proprietors. i 8ab orlber :-Th« data printed opposite ' nam* on the margin of the paper or on the «n r Indicates the time to wolon your ub- flon l« paid. All aub orlptluna eipirs on Wat Of the month. Any subscriber n?t re- jyg the paper rsgalarly will plea«e notify us e do not aeod reoelpt* for money paid on ipttons, bat oredlt same on slip attached , If oredlt Is not shown on slip n ten ■ date of remlttanoe, notify this offloe. Subscription Rates 0 copy one year ft.00 tered a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1907

PpSf^lPiPr .§? MEN ADMIRE pretty face, a good figure, but sooner or later learn that the healthy, happy, contented woman Is mobt of all to be admired Women troubled with fainting ■pells, irregularities, nervous irrita- backache, the "blues," and billtjr, those dreadful dragging scuHations, lular, tome, MISS EMMA RUNTZLER cannot hope to lie happy or [opi and advancement in either he business or social life ia impossible. The cause of these troubles, how- ever, yieldsquickly toLydia E. Plnk- ham'a Vegetable Compound niaiie from native roots and herbs It acts at once upon the organ afflicted and the nerve centers, dispelling effec- tually all those distressing symp- toms. No other medicine in the country has received such unqualified indorsement or has such a record of cures of female ills as has L>dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Miss Emma Runtzler, of 631 State St., Schenectady, N. Y., writes: "For a long time 1 was troubled with a weakness which seemed to drain all my strength...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1907

To keep homo baking pure rcf healthful you must use Dr. PRICE'S Cream Baking Powder rKini flee | ce, i bat c| iberli che a mmmar* Influ 5 THURSDAY. Henry Foote who has been quit* sick, 1b now able to be out on Hits streets. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Woolverton and grand daughter, Miss Neva Wat- kins, of Chicago, arrived today to visit Mrs. Capt. W. L. Boyd. Mr. and Mrs, E. H. Astin and J. B. Aetin of Bryan, who have beeu visiting their sister, Mrs. F. D. Pei- Jdns, returned home today. They were accompanied as far as Dallas by their mother, Mrs. 0. H. Astin. A. J. Ayeock, dealer in bois d'arc posts, blocks and piling, hay and grain, at Princeton, places an order with The Democrat-Gazette and Daily Courier-Gazette for a supply of noteheads. Jack is n hustler whose faith in Princeton is unbounded. Drs. Boorman & Davis, Princeton physicians and surgeons, order u supply of professional stationery from The Daily Courier-Gazette and The Democrat-Gazette Job office. D>. R. L. Davis, one of...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1907

. v. > 1 } f. I _ FRIDAY. Mr*. W. B. Newsome l«ft this afternoon for a visit to her daugh- ter, Mrs. GoodaII H. Wooten, ut Austin. Mrs. 8. E. Gray of Climax lefi today for Durunt, I. T.. to attend the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Qulllan. Mrs. Peyton Westmoreland re- turned this afternoon from u visit to her cousin, Mlse Lena Yeager, at Lebanon. MIsh Bessie Wlckham, who has been visiting friends and relatives at Princeton,, returned to her home at Dallas today. W. T. Wilfheth of Rochell. Texas, sends us a dollar renewnl on The Democrat-Gazette which moves his figures up to February 1908. N, C. Luellen has been added to our already large list of Democrat- Gazette readers at Allen, having re- mitted to pay for same. We are glad to enroll him. We are In receipt of SI from Walter Preston of Morgan, Texas, to pay a year's subscription to The Democrat-Gazette. Thanks. R. H. Lee, a true and tried citizen of Wylle, was here and paid this of- fice a highly appreciated call. He is l...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 March 1907

i n ! i^MSiRr ' •« ',,:■■/':. Mfffl tjffil&fy .' '■ f P:'# Wf I V ♦# The way to do so is to pl« w them undvr with Canton Plows and Middle- Breakers. Then harrow with the ''Canton*' Harrow. Then piant your land in corn and cotton with, using the "CAN'ION* Cotton and Corn Planters. Then cultivate well with uCANTON" Cultivators u«l we will guarantee that the "Green Bug" wont be worrying you this fall. Try our remedy and be con- vinced. JUST OUT! The Sweilest Cotton and Corn Planter and Middlebreaker ever Invented THE CANTON NO. 13 If you will examine it you will have no other Wmm nolle* lh« l vtr on top of front httn lUndsril. It rtgulilM th* front at* ndard without removing null and bolt* It's mighty handy Notice the rudder behind the middlebreaker With this it will break out any Cotton row in existence without shooting off sideways. "ASK THE FARMER." It does not cost but a trifle extra Subsoiler can be furnished which is desirable in some sections. The OLD RELIABLE CANTON COTTON ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1907

< Sl)c fl.oo I'KIt YEAR. McKINNEY, COLLIN COlTKTY, TEX AH, THURSDAY, MAIM II 21, 1 07. VOL. 2#, NO. 7.1 ULANTON PUHK FOOD BILL. With Many Amendments the Meas- ure In Finally Passed. Austin, Texas, March 1C.—Gov. Campbell may nave the pure food bill before him this afternoon, Inas- much as the House today concurred In the Senate amendments. This bill was drawn by Hon. W. L. Blanton, Representative from Gainesville. During two sessions of the Legislature he has been an ar- dent advocate ol such legislation. Failing at the last session to se- cure the passage of a bill on this subject drawn by him, he spent much of the Intervening time In pre- paring for a second campaign. He says that every amendment offered to the original draft during this ses- sion received his approval before be- ing presented and declares it to be beyond question the best measure of its kind to be found on the statute books of any state. The original draft was submitted before being offered In the Legis- latur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1907

• 1 .. , . . '■ .'■■til' .t'W *$ * (). • • M i * i|| WKBBm ' If.' it-Gazette. Thursday. PERKINS B. WILSON . ■ml Proprietors. FAMOUS RAGE IS RECALLED ■ Worn it Well as Men An Mi Miserable by Kidney and Dlafa Trouble. i-The date printed opposite i of th« p«per or on m<' to wbion your ub- mib*oriptlon Mplrj on Any ub crtb*r oft re- >r rj<al rljr will pleat* aaufy u tor money paid on «t *dtt eatne on eilp 'Uoh-d it la not •town on ailp In tan t raBlttaooa, nottfr thf* oJB*. Subscription Hate* oiu* year fl.oo as second-class mail matter. y, Texas, March i!l, good fruit crop Is hoped for year. Work on the Dallas-Sherman !n- erurban progresses. £ There Is at least, one sort of a jt that any town Is proud to pos- He is the "home industry" All. A reporter was shown by J. 1. Hell a copy of the Lexington (I^y.) Morning Hotftld in which was re- printed an account of the historic race between Grny Eagle and Wag- ner, at Louisville, Ky., in 1839, one of the most famous races ever run in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1907

k Exceptional Bargains! in t T Y ? X X X T X i r> 4 Pianos and Organs Also Singer Sewing Machines. Having been in the Piano and Organ business in Collin County for the pant twelve (12) years, and having Hold during that time only makes of demonstrated merit—Kimball, Estcy, Hamll* tW, Camp 4 Co.,—whiob have met every requirement and de- mand of my trade, e\en the most fastidious, 1 feel justified in soliciting a continuation of your support and patronage during the current year. I am in a position this year not only to meet the keenest competition possible, but to even go further than that—to give you Bargains in Pianos and Organs that you) will at once recognize aiul appreciate. Among other reasons for this very favorable bit nation, I have made a material reduction in the number of salaried salesmen, ship altogether in Carload lots and do not practice the very unjust custom of paying com- missions to teachers and solicitors to induce them to recom- mend my pianos, thus dealing d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1907

Every Thursday. W. I'KRKINH L.TKK B. WILSON Publishers aud Proprietor*. t'uung NMivr of Philippines Helng Car^l for •( -rut <uw ormua opp* t«- at ■>* of lb* p*p«r or on thr u 'im to wairm youe ub- i U i>*lJ. All uD -5rtpuoo «*|>lrj o tot . # *ov.n. A iv •uJwerUwr n?: r*- t ti jt? <r >• >41 "HI pi* * * «o ant ••.« rwMttM tor money P K « it /.i«, ">ui tdll *n> on «Ut> k'Uobfd , if credit i .not hown on «ttp to • d W> o< re®ItUnoa, notify ttoU oM'wi . Jt' •SSJ II hit I 1 era |«« crl th tu ca U II tl Snbrcriptiou Hate* Om copy one year $1.00 ■i i wii'j i ii'i mil ,u j - — Entered a* second-class mall matter. McKinney, Texa*, March 21, 1907. The Employing Job and Commer- cial Prlntera of the State have been Holding their second semi-annual session yesterday and today In Waco. The object of this association is tho elevation of the printing business and the creating of a better feeling of fellowship among the printers of the State. Observation leads the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1907

MI & ? I \ > EASTER Table Oil Cloth 15 bolts table oil cloth, beautiful patterns to select from, all go In one lot at 12ta yd EASTER Ginghams 1000 yards dres3 ginghams worth 7c, all to be nold durln-i tnIgreat sale at EASTER Lace Curtains We are showing an elegant line or new lace curtains In prices up to 14: 75c kiud lace curtain on sale at EASTER Laces 1000 yards Jm. torchon lace, beau- tiful patterns to select from, ail out at choice FAIR STORE EASIER SAL! Starts Saturday, Mar. 16, and lasting until Sat. Mar.31 $5,000 worth new spring goods opened in the past few weeks. Our Mr. Hammond spent some time in the Eastern markets, carrying along the ready cash to take advantage of the low prices put on goods marked to sell for the cash buyer. Below we give you only a few of the many good things to be found during this sale. Our Big Notion Department Special Offerings 2 cards safety pins at 5C 5 dozen pearl buttons tit J Oc 5 pair good linen shoe strings Qc 10c Glycerine Soap at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1907

vV.. I* CREAM BAKING POWDER A Cream of Tartar Powder Made From Orapee NO ALUM thirsday. attorney D. P. Johnson of Far- mersvllle is In the city on legal business. J. W. Godwin, n Princeton black- smith and corn ntiller, was in to see us today on business. Pink Milligan of the Milllgan com- munity, went to Dallas on business this afternoon. A. Craus. the hustling proprietor of the McKinney Bottling Works, returned today from a business trip to Kingston. We are glad to enroll John Crouch of route 1, Melissa, on The Demo- crat-Gazette's list. He takes the Port Worth Record also. Clubbing rate for both papers $1.75 per year. J. R. Bowman, route 2, McKin- ney, has our thanks for cash renewal on The Democrat-Gazette. He also takes the Atlanta Constitution at clubbing rate—$1.75 for both pa- pers. Mr. Stewart of Durango who has been visiting his brother, O. C. Stewart, manager of Cheeves Bros. A Co's. large dry goods store, left today for home, being accompanied as far as Dallas by his bro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1907

PRAIRIE VIEW. larch 15.--Mr. David has erected iew house on his farm, which 1* •upled by -ir. Davenport, from |llt county. Kir. Fortntr's barn was struck b> jhtning last Thursday and was de- Iroyed. The iightnlug also killed e of his best mules. 'Miss Mary Taylor visited hom< >|ks at Westminster Saturday ana iidiy. Jack Sandlfer, Frank and Bessu lary are sick. Heece made a business trip illaa Friday. ^klr. Collier and family have mo\« >d to Dallas county. We regret ver,> uch to give them up. Mr. Drumhlller has moved Into the house vacated by Mr. Collier. A number from our community rill attend the singing school which fill be taught at the Liberty church >y Prof. Nance, beginning tonight. Our school hus been small for the last few duys on account of diph- theria. Our entire community was sadden- Bd by the death of Mr. Sandifer. Does Your Heart Beat Yes. 100,000 times each day. Does it send out good blood or bad blood? You know, for good blood is good health; bad bl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 March 1907

wmmmm i , NOfNElSE Km dead For Infants and Children ill the Green Bugs! The way to do so is to plow them under with Canton Plow* and Middle- "eakers. Then harrow with the ''Canton*' Harrow. Then plant your land in rn and cotton with, ''Bin# the "CANTON" Cott-n and Corn Planters. Then altivate well with "CANTON" Cultivators and we will guarantee that the B?reen Bug*' wont be worrying you this fa 1. Try our remedy and be con- I**"' JUST OUT! The SweDest Cotton and Corn Planter and Middlebreaker ever Invented A Cream o Made i THE CANTON NO. 13 THTHSDAY. attorney D. P. Johnson of 1 mersvllle is in the city on le business. J. W. Godwin, n Princeton smith and corn miller, was ii? ( as today on business. Pink Miliigan of the Miliign i tnunity, went to Dallas on bu this afternoon. A. Craus, the hustling prop of the McKinney Bottling \V returned today from a busine* to Kingston. We are glad to enrol' of route 1, Melissa crat-Oazette's llsj Port Worth rate for bo'' If you will ezta will have ...

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