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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1912

I >'< * GIRLS IAY AVOID PERIODIC PAINS Experience of Two Girl* Here Related For The Benefit of Others. Rochester, N. Y. — " I have a daught- er IS years old who has always been very healthy until recently when she iplained of dizziness and cramps every nonth, so bad that I would have to keep tier home from school and put her to bed (to get relief. "After giving her only two bottles of |Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Com- pound she is now enjoying the best of wealth. I cannot praise your Compound | too highly. I want every good mother to read what your medicine has done for my child."—Mrs. Richard N. Dunham, ! 811 Exchange St., Rochester, N.Y. Stoutsville, Ohio. —"I suffered from 1 headaches, backache and was very irreg- ular. A friend ad- vised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, and before I had taken the wholo of two bottles I found relief. I am only sixteen years,; old, but I have bet- ter health than for two or three years. I canpot express my thanks for wha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JUNE 10. Mil. II I =============== ' • / McKinney's Leading Store In view of the fact that we are recognized by all as fixing the price and establishing a standard of values and quality that no one denies, we do not hesitate to tay / that we have saved many a dollar for the consumer. Our economical system of buying and selling for CASH has become an acknowledged success and the people have demonstrated their appreciation of the low prices established here. We solicit your trade upon these facts, and when in McKinney we want you to stop here. Our store | is cool and comfortable, plenty of ice water and electric fans, Besides, we are always glad to serve you. The following itehi6 quoted will give you some idea of how we are selling our merchandise. ' . Special Prices All 3 OO All 75 All 6.SO Dresses, special 75 All 50 All 50 f All 12.50 and 15.00 Mohair Suits for All 15.00 Wool Suits for ! . All 20 00 Wool Suits for '. All 8 50 Linen Suits for Al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

: \ 16 PAGES THIS WEEK-IN 2 SECTIONS The Weekly Democrat- THIHTIKTH YEAR, NO. 21. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNK 27. 10 12. ONE DOLLAR TO COLLEGE FUND Entering upon u strenous cam- paign to secure an endowment of $1,000,000 for the Texas Christian university, the site of which has been in Fort Worth for (he past two years, Dr. F. D. Kershner, president; W. M. Williams, endowment secre- tary, and the numbers of the board of directors of . the co-educational school, received decided encourage- ment Thursday when Secretary Will- lams announced a gift of $50,000 toward the fund, the donor being Mrs. Mary Jane Hubbard of Cellna, Texas. By her gift, Mrs. Hubbard heads the list of individual donors to the fund, next to her being L. C. Brite of Marfn, Texas, who gave $25,000 to the Institution. Mrs. Hubbard's donation consist# of 500 acres of rich, black land sit- uated near Celina and of $8,000 in gilt-edged> mill and bank stocks. The Texas Christian university closed on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

'I.. THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1912. • A Rich Harvest ► : From the Gold- en Sheaves HAH MADE FARMERS OK OLD COLLIN SMILE. And we re- joice with them from the fact that we once more can get pure, sweet, nutrltloiiH wheat from our native fields, with which to make our famous ! White Billows Flour The purity, excellence and goodness will not only be retained, but increased and WHITE BILLOWS will continue in the leadership of flours for Bread, Cakes and Pastry cm Home Made Flour Home Grown Wheat And the smile of contentment is yours. Collin County Mill & Elevator Co. SOLD BY YOUR GROCER McKinney, Texas. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of this great fair from time to time, and it will no doubt be read with in- terest by all under whose vision It falls. Attorney General Light foot rules that the reorganized I. & Q. N. rail- road is responsible for, and must pay the debts of the company before it went int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

DBMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JUNK 17, 1911. PUN OF FORMERS quadruped or biped can't de dispensed with. It's so with the popular line of Groceries always to be seen at this I store. A sure 100 per cent | valuation every time. It's j queer, but true—we nev- I er have been or won't be j undersold. ♦ * KISTLER & BRISTOL TOP QUALITY GROCERIES. PHONES 04 AND S25. MARK 1101) IN HOUSTON. Dr. King of This City Officiates at Nuptials. Dr. E. E. Kink returned Thurs- day from Houstaon, where the day before, he officiated at the marriage of Dr. .las. G. Kerr of Beaumont and Miss Annie B. Snodgrass of Hous- ton. Dr. Kerr was reared at Vine- land in this county. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Kerr, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Caskey of South Tennessee street and a broth- er of Prof. Eugene Kerr of the Louisiana University, and is in every way a most worthy young man. Miss Snodgrass is a daughter of the late Rev. D. L. Snodgrass of Houston, a young lady of many accomplish- ments, and especial...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JUNE 27, 1 12. GltA YIII I.I. Thrushlng wall start in 'Ills com- munity this week, and will lit; juihIi I'd until completed. Work on the Intel-urban line from Greenville to \nna, liy way of IJlut Ridge and Westminster, is progress- ing nicely. Quite n number of the residents of thlB community were "courting" in McKinney today, they having been hb the negro says, "cotched on the Jury." On Saturday night, June 15, I at- tended u Farmers Union meeting at Cold Springs, In :iru.VBon county, itnd were iiiohI agreeably surprised. Not only did the union ni«*«-t, but the members were served with lemon- ade and cake, and you may know that I enjoyed the occaBion. I had the pleasure of attending a reunion of the Met he! Baptist church Sunday, June 211, and met many of the old members. They came from the Plains country, from Fannin, Gray son, Denton and Collin counties and the pleasure at meeting the old- timers was most pleasant to heboid. It was a most en...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

Section No. 2 The Weekly Democrat-Gazewe THIRTIETH YEAH, NO. 81. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY1, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 10 18. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Special to Democrat-Gazette Baltimore, June 25.—Judge Alton B. Parker, the acknowledged choice of the Clark forces, was elected temporary chairman of the Demo- cratic National Convention by a ma- jority of 75 over Bryan, the Wilson force choice. Senator Kern of Indiana was nominated by W. J. Bryan, but he i immediately withdrew and in turn nominated Bryan. Bryan's speech was a big feature of the convention. Cone Johnson of Texas thrilled the convention when in his Bpeech he stated that this was a flght between Bryan and Wall Street. Following the election of tempor- ary chairman, the convention ad- journed until 8 o'clock tonight. Special to Democrat-Gazette. Baltimore, June 2 0.—W. J. Bryan today refused to accept the chair- manship of committee on resolu- tions, and Senator Kern of Indiana was made chairman of that commit- tee. Senator Ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1911. SSL A good bank from which it may be withdrawn at any moment, is the best place for money which you may want at any moment. ♦ I The First National Bank Our depositors know that they can get the money on demand, and that it is safer here than it would be in their own custody. Become a depositor with the McKinney, Texas. Founded 1869 \\ 4 per cent interest^ paid on savings accounts United States Depository John Lovejoy, President. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pres. Francis H. Welch, Vice P. Howell E. Smith, ('ashler. J. 0. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Vet H. Smith, ABst. Cashier. Children'* l'arty ISy Miss Neuthcry. Little Miss Dorothy Neathery en- tertained Thursday afternoon from 1 to (i o'clock, at the home of her par- ents, Dr. and Mrs. Rod Nenthery, with a party given for her guests, little Misses Katharine Burrtis and Virginia Graves of McKinney. Mu- sic and games and delicious refresh- ments were the features of the eve- ning. The b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

y™T-( *t} weekly democrat-gazette, tittjittda*, jttse n, mi. " , ' ' ' ■■ '■ ■' ' • * ' *'■ 'rW*f J1^ Are You Using a Bain Wagon? - • Did you ever notice the dodge-spoke consrruction of the Wheel? It gives a wide base of resistance. , The Wheel is immersed in boiling linseed oil before the tires are put on. It goes into every pore and guards against climatic conditions. A A 1 are ma^e select air-dried hickory. WE USE LONG UUT JiXl€S SLEEVE SKEINS. OUR BOXES are built for service; made of best material; 5 heavy \yood sills, and tight as a boiler. Ask the man that's been running them for years. BOIS d'ARC and OAK. W Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company, J. Lee Jackson, Manager (^Professional Dept. J T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. Over Mc- Kluuey'B grocery store. Phone 203, McKinney. McKlNNEY REALTY CO., Frunk G. Dowell, Mgr. Office with Tho Daily Courier-Gazette und Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, McKinney, phone 65. ARTHUR T. CHURCH, Fire. Torna- do .and Livestock Innurance Agent. Only b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

' THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 27. 1912. Tojhe Democratic Voters ot the Fourth Congressional District: « We, the Campaign Committee, of (irayson County, take this method of presenting to you the cnndiflaey of .Judge R. L. .Jones, for Congress, and, in doing so, make ourselves perHonnlly responsible for the statements herein contained. lie is a profound lawyer, and an upright, Christian gentleman, whose public and private life is without a blemish. He has never sought at the hands of the people of Gray- son, his native county, any public honor that was not granted to him, he has been faithful to every publie trust reposerf'M' him. He has been twice elected without opposition^to the high and responsible position of District Judge, which, for more than eight years and up to the time ot bis resignation when he entered the race for Congress, he filled with impar- tiality, ability and exceptional distinction. lie is a democrat, and at all times has been a willing contributo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 37. tftH. •«ta(«BK4v '#? Bankrupt The greatest tfenuine bargain event ever held in Mckinney is now in full sway at this store. Having pur- chased the W. S. KNIGHT $20,000.00 Bankrupt Stock at 60c on the dollar, we are in position to make the prices and sell goods lower than any store in North Texas. Never before in the history of McKinney has a store sold so many goods in so short a time. Prices are doing it. 10c Lawn 5c 1000 yds. Dress Lawns 10c values-Bankrupt Sale Price 5c yd 15c Collars 10c Best 4-ply Linen Collars on sale each 10c 10c Vests 5c 50 Doz. Ladies taped sleeve- less Vests 10c values each 5c $1.75 White Quilts $1.35 White Marseills Quilts, 1.75 values for $1.35 •I.I; Lawn and Calico 3 1-2c 1000 yds Dress Lawns and Calico, the yard 3 l-2c $2.50 Parasols $1.65 Ladies' fine Parasols, pretty handles, good covers, 2.50 values for $1.65 8 1-3c Percale 5c 50 piecest light color Per- cales, 8 l-3c values, on sale the yard 5c Kimonas...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

THE WHEKLY DEMOCR \T-GAZETTK. THURSDAY, JUNE 27, lf>12. j-% C-[ |M| Here's The Road to Comfort A vanished thirst—a cool body and a refreshed one; the sure way—the only way is via a glass or bottle of Ideally delicious—pure as purity—crisp and sparkling as frost. FV^kipi ^ur ncw 'K)°klct, telling * of Coca-Cola vindication at Chattanooga, for the asking. Demand the Genuine as made by THE COCA-COLA CO ATLANTA, CA. I-J Whenever you see an Arrow think of Coca-Cola. □ 5 Rural Telephones Wo are at work on a plan to furnish rural Telephone service of the same kind and quality as our city service at a price that every limn who lives in the country can well afford to pay. Man havo called nt our office at 300 N. Kentucky street and discussed the matter with us. An Interview is solicited from all. The Union Telephone Company "A HOME COM PAN V FOR HOME PEOI'LI I)r. Mcl/iirry's Prescription. Dr. McLarry will carry his medi- cine to any house in the county. Ills Female medicine Is making aston...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

THIS WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THFR8DAY, JUNE 17, 1#1S. PORD OF I GREAT MEDICINE 1 tctort.Could Not Help Mrs. Templeton—Regained Health through Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound. Hooper, Nebraska. —"I am very glad ► toll how Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ompound has helped me. For ft ve years suffered from female troubles so I was Iscarcely able to do my work. I took doc- |tors' medicines and used local treatments Ibut was not helped. I had such awful [bearing down pains and my back was so I weak I could hardly walk and could not [ride. I often had to sit up nights to sleep I and my friends thought I could not live long. At my request my husband got me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- | e table Compound and I commenced to take it By the time I had taken tjie seventh bottle my health had returned and I began doing my washing and was a well woman. Atone time for three weeks I did all the work for eighteen boarders with no signs of my old trouble return- ing. Many have taken your medicine a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

"HE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT - GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1911. (KLIN A, A. P. Tldwell spent Sunday In Mn -tang. (ira.v.-on King of Waxaliachle la visiting relative* here, (I. H. R. .Smith wan down from Sherman, Monday on business. Another good, gentle rain foil here Sunday and the fanners are laugh- In^ outright. i,llu arid Lucile Robertsou an* vis- iting their grandfather, I. B. Han* cock, at Grapevine Mth. Hamlet Stivers and daughter, Mlku holla, left Wednesday for Arn- urlllo, Texllne and Pueblo, Colo. "Grandpa" Flnley hatt gone for a visit to his daughters. Mesdames Humphrey and Kerr at Ainarlllo. Hev. Horn of the Vlneland com- munity was In our city shaking hands with friends last Wednesday. Thrashing has JViBt begun In this section. The average yield belug about 20 bushel for wheat and (<■> for oats. "Uncle NV: ymen" Brown of Pilot Point was here laat week vlHlting his son, loo Brown, and daughter, Mrs. Will Hunter. Miss Belle Kelly of this place and Mr. Walter Hlgglnbotham ol ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

H 0 THE'EIHP Hon. E. W. Klrkpatrick, the lead- >1 horticulturist of the state after IxperlnTentlpg for a number of ■ears, has succeeded In producing a lew peach, which he calls the Mika- do, and which la a "copy" of the El- rta, and a scion of that famous fruit. It ripens however, full six veekB earlier than the genuine El- srta, and while it does not grow as large as its parental fruit, it is as pweet, Juicy and meaty as any peach srown. Mr. Klrkpatrick states that ^he fruit is a seedling, which he planted several years ago, but he ias experimented with it from year to year, until now he has produced very fine, early variety of fruit, vhlch while It does not attain the Bize of the original Elberta, is a |more valuable commercial fruit, anl ine .which 1b destined to become Ivery popular in all sections of the Istate. We know the peaches are fine, for [we have tried them, and do not have Ito take Mr. Kirkpatrick's word for [it. Mr. Klrkpatrick states that his [Sherman nursery has ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

\1 # "HE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 27. 1912. Pre'ty Shoes arc riot only liked by 'he ladies. Iiut men admire the graceful linen and smart hap- ingi of shoeB we sell. Style isn't the only good point aliout our shoes. They are designed to lit fcomfort- aldy and make walking «*asy and pleasant. That means a great deal in aumiuer. . Why ilon't yon come in to- day and THY ON A PAIR? J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE STOKE II MERCHANT I TAILORING Clothes don't make the man— but tiiey help the man to make himself. The better the clothes the belter bis rluinees ♦ to succeed. Make us your e tailors and the question of good apparel will be settle!. How about ordering today tlie J unit you liavo been want lug t.o long? We have a large assortment of samples to select from. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR. North Kentucky St. CT PERSONAL ^ PARAGRAPHS WEDNESDAY Scott. Allison, who has been very elck at the home of bis daughter, Mrs. Geo. M. Wilson, on West 11 tint street, for the past week, ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

——— ■J; $ f . THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1912. Pearl Beads Gold Beads v and the Low SMch Collar Fashion and Comfort—have decreed In favor o| the low collar, and to wear with this style what could be more appropriate and charming than a string of pearls or the gold beads? We have a nice assortment of imitation pearls and gold and gold filled beads at prices ranging from $1.75 to $12.00. "If it comes from Goodin, It's good indeed.' CookWilh 1 0i| This Summer Oil choking is economical, dean and quick, when you4 use a PERFECTION* BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE. Don't spend your summer in a heated kitchen over a coal stove that takes hours to get hot and hours to cool off. Here's an Oil Stove for a few dollars that fcaves fuel, time and nerves. A half hour before you want dinner, put the things on, light the stove and dinner is ready almost in no time at all. Turn out the tire and you are through. Your kitchen remains cool. Try it this summer. J. P. DOWELL Iloth Phones -Itf. "...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 June 1912

Y jrHt^V^EKJJ^jPEMO^AT-QA7ETTE^jnHUR8DAYj^UNIi^27^l9n^ t Dear Sir: • ♦-• This Is Personal and Appeals to Your Business Judgment.... Wo submit thin price test with satisfaction and the assurance that the quality and kind of materials are the best known goods on the market—manufactured by the best known makers in the United States. So we must know in quoting prices that we are right. They are handled by all progressive and up-to-date merchants who look after the interests of their trade. We call your attention to these facts for the simple reason of showing you that we do not quote prices on a cheap grade of goods, and we ask you to consider carefully these statements, Our prices are lower because of our plf.11 of buying and selling for cash over the counter. We taka no risk and have no losses, so you can see at once with the volume of business we are doing at a normal expense, how wo can al't'ord to sell fot- less. We will be pleased to have you bring this circular with you in order ...

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

'AGES THIS WEEX-IH 2 SECTIONS wwfp. Weekly Democrat- THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. 33. McKlNNBY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1918 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. r:j J M WILSON RECEIVES NOMINATION 7 Special to Daily Courier-Gazette and Weekly Democrat-Gazette: Baltimore, July 2.—Governor Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey, re- ceived the nomination for President of the United States In the National Deniormt i<: Convention here today, on the forty-sl\th ballot. On the forty-fifth ballot Senator Biiuklicutl of Alabama withdrew the name of Oscar W. Underwood, fol- lowed Immediately by the withdraw- al of the name of Governor Foss. During this ballot, Senator Stone addressed the eon vent ion, and re- leased all Clark delegates It) vote i for whom they pleased. An uproar followed, hut when the balloting was over the vote stood as follows: Wilson 001); Clark SI; Harmon 12. woozueow W/ZJQ// Another uproar followed and it was impossible to proceed further, and the convention adjourned until t> p. m....

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

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 191 i. ♦♦ ♦♦♦>♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ • ♦♦♦♦ A Tasty Bite : results when bread and cakes or anything in pastry is made from White The producer of Billows Flour PURE, WHOLESOME, PALATABLE, NUTRITIOUS BREAD STUFFS One Sack Will Convince You MAKE THE TRIAL Collin County Mill & Elevator Co. SOLD BY YOUR GROCER McKinney, Texas. ■Hi "S THE OLD RELIABLE 1 ■ PL ANTE NSQf< BtACK C 8- c CAPSULES ORUOOI8T®.ORTRIAL BOX BY MAIL )M PIANTCN n HENRY ST. BROOKLYM •ftfwiV!ff ?r '>>TATi?rff] IL60« I ChyJ MKY CANDIDATE. Can vanning Among Voter* nn«l Leu<l> iiig lland HelMM'ii Times. The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Torn W. Perkins, Waller It. Wilson, Editors Publishers anil Proprietors. Greenbeny Adams, Circulation anil Assist:int ItiisinesH Manager. Entered as second-class mall matter. To Subscribers—The '.lute pr'nted opposite your name on iho margin of the papor or on the wrapper Indi- cates the time to which your...

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