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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1907

# ""111,1,11 "'MP' w |Ki r • •■ .'. $%?' ¥ 7 •' * ttte£bl|i Wtxmtx^A'^uuiit re 1.00 PER YEAR. McKLNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AS, THURSDAY, MARCH 2H, IW)7. VOL. 3M, NO. 8. to ♦ * ) HIST NATIONAL OF PRINCETON The First National Bank of Prince- ton was organized Wednesday with a capital stock of $26,00u and a charter applied for. The officers elected are as follows: J. 8. Heard, president. J. L .White, vice president. ' W. If. Shirley, cashier. Directors. J. 8. Heard, J. L. White, J. P. Couch, J. R. Gough, W. B. Newsome, L. A. Scott and T. C. Goodner. A brick building, which is being constructed, will be completed April 1, when the bank will be opened for business. The facilities of this new bank for taking care of Its patrons will not be surpassed by any bank in the State located In a town of Prince- ton's size, and the names of the above list of stockholders is a guar- antee of the institution's ability to extend all accommodations required by the people of Bast Collin. MILLINERY DISPL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1907

ASTORIA The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which ha* been In «so fbr over SO years, has born© the signature of , and has been mode under his per- * sonal supervision since itsinfisney* Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-us-good** are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Intents and Children-Experience, against Experiment. What Is CASTORIA Ohstoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil* Para- forio, Drops and Soothing Syrups, It is Pleasant. It neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend* CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bean the Signature of The Kind Yon Hare Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. * TMC MMTAUR SOM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1907

ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. The -# w( W* Hi RHEA MILLS. March 21.—Farmers are pro- gressing nicely with their work In is community. > MIhh Pearl Baker haH returned to her home In Weston after a few weeks' stay with her Bister, Mr . Hurry Snider ut this place. Mrs. Duncan Holder and children have returned to their home In Mc- Klnney after a week's vlalt with rel- atives at this place. There will be another open ses- sion of the literary at the school house Friday night. Mrs. C. E. PUts of Walnut Grove I < > r If k i > DUMP. March 21.—Dr. Geor„e Hackler •or Dallas spent Sunday with rela- tives here. Mr. Dave Spurgln and family of * Blythe Chapel spent Sundu" with Joe Spurgln of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown and little daughter. Edith, of Wylle. spent Sunday with Mr. Wesley Smith and family. Miss Mary Smith spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Katie Ryan of Wylle. Mr, and Mrs. W. T....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1907

— - K;' i I- Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER B. W1LHON' Bdltorw. Publishers nod Proprietor* ta Sataorlben: -Ta« <Uc« printed oppo*it tur bum oa tnt margin of the p j «r or v>o 111 %r pB«r tadkOiiM Ute hum to watch your «ut •orlptioa U paid. AU uD orlpiiuiu sipirs o ka ftr«t of tna nuoiu. Any auo crtbar a:l n •Ivlof tha pip >r r«< jiariy artll pla«t« mt.fy u 4 % «« w< ««*mi (<MwiKt (wr ooiauy pa>d o «M jrlptUo«, out oiadli aama on «np a'taotoa. a i* j' <h u u not aoown jo ahp In t* tor* trjm lata ot rasittanoa, ootMy tbU ottoe HulKiriptlou Kates One ropy one y«'«r 91.00 Entered as second-claas mail matter. McKlnney, Texan, Mart-It 2H, I WO 7. Collin farmers are mostly done planting corn. The farmers are -while the sun shines. making hay Hundreds of acres of alfalfa are being sown in the green bug devas- tated wheat IteldB of Collin county. Bonham has a real, live civic league. It is getting results and Is a good thing. Be loya...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1907

fjPjjiPJP V * f Exceptional Bargains! IN Pianos and Organs Alto Singer Sowing Moohinos. Having been in the Piano ami Organ business in Collin County for the pant twelve (12) years, and having sold during that time only make* of demonstrated merit Kimball, Estcy, Hamil- ton, Camp 4 Co.,—which have met every requirement and de- mand of my trade, e\en 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 Bartilns I# Pianos and Organs that you) will at onoe reoognize and appreciate. Among other reasons for this very favorable situation, 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 direotly, frankl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1907

i® n V • m m Constipation, Headache B*« rfnoltlnf tn*m dUoM*r« of tfcft liwr, , *r# *u uuuM9u **jjr Uki ujkmi bwaith «ui4. "s German Liver Powder S««. U.S. Fat. Off. rlOmn to prertai or cnre tlia « dl«iHt ri. >r . X preaorii>lion u 1 by idxrunwi t>i.v inan ■ to hU praetlce both ia Europe and t lii oouu try. i SSc u4 9l.ee Kettle* cr by mail tfm American Pharmacal Co., Cvansvllla, Ind. pmxrEiox. -is. E. Bristol, McKinney, Texas OTTO'S Nature * Priceless opecilio for Coughs, Colds, La Grippe, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Sore Throat and All Long Trouble Price 25c eat 50c o get rid of y< take a few doses of Carlstedt's In order to get rid of your Cold illicitly take a j or man Li.er Powder. Cua*l Preface a Better lamely It Bmsovm the Oaoae. THE AMERICAN IMURMACAL CO. ■VANIiyiLLB, two. The Democrat-Gazette.' I, COALE'S C'HAI'EL Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER R. WILSON Editors, Publishers and Proprietors. To Bobeorlbura: —'The date printed opposite yesr name o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1907

? I *■ ' • *' ■ iti , O i V !f MISS LENANAGEL BACKACHE AND DESPONDENCY Are both symptom* of organic de- rangement, and nature's warning to women of m trouble which will soon- er or later declare itself. How often do we hear women say, "It seems as though my back would break." Yet they oontlnue to dra* along and suiter with aches in the small of the back, pain low down In the.slde, dragging sensations, nerv- ousness and no ambition. They do not realize that the back Is the main-spring of woman'sorcun- ism and quickly indicates l v aching HH a diseased condition of the feminine organs or kidneys, and that aches and pains will continue uutil the cause is removed. Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herb* has been for many years the moat successful re mad y in such oases. No other medioiue has sueh a record of cures of feminine Ills. Miss Lena Nagel, of 117 Morgan St., Buffalo, N. Y., writer - "I was completely worn out and on the verge of nervous prostration...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1907

It One of <Good Will. laant vour Drug business. We want it >*w>i far a permanent custoaaer airdrto that end will .advantage of every additional tom b of oare and attention that makes our semi ice unexceptional ilfae. We want your Prescriptions and we know •w.v vur «work in tbat line wfellbe-snch as to ploaseyou for It isour life work and ytww'df exporience, stuay am practice enabled us to offer service awoond to none. Our deabre is to serve you well *faat y«. r appieuwtion * be a i ew incentive to us auil we may become noli im esteem-of our many satisMod ouatoraers. Window and QIohdot & UQoodall Narth Side Drut Store Phoaa 4CO. Prompt Delivery. A New Easter Tie a L is a necessity to every man, young or old. Custom demands new neckwear at this sea- eon. We Have a Collection How About Easter Footwear Don't let shabby eboes tfc* contract discount the effect of yo«r <; " ' spic, span new suit *nd ; swell hat Easter Sunday* <;"et And don't put off'getting <; •* Virg...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1907

ffl} 0 •*> y r *XWX^X^X^XW> ? YOU NEED A stimulant occasionally. The digestive organs, the liver, the kidneys and bowels lose their effectiveness at times and need help At such times a strengthening, cleansing and regulating medicine is of priceless value because serious diseases spring from neglected disorders In these organs PRICKLY ASH BITTERS IS THE GREAT SPRING TONIC,BLOOD, LIVER,AND BOWEL PURIFIER The marvelous success of this remedy in correcting the system is due to its four-fold cleansing and regulating effect. It is in the first place a kidney remedy of superior merit fcecond it is an effective liver tonic. Third, it strengthens the digestive process in the f I?t°Ki Vaf- Punfl08 tlie k!°od and regulates the bowels. By removing impurities in t le blood liver and bowels and strengthening the digestion, the whole internal body ?H.iwEr°V!r\ ^e Aere l* «r?aterr activity in all the organs that assist in maintaining health and strength. As a result of this there is at once ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1907

Democrat-Gazette. I mmm tbllehed Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER II. WILSON l*BblifttiHr« a ml Propftf'or*. T> BtltMurttojr*: -Tu« iltie prmt.tl oppoaltu fir asm* oa t « <in oC IM i> p«r «i on tfe* wtApoor iu4io«i<m .<m ;«nv to w«,tot jroii ul<- •oriattw 14 (>kii All •ua Ot*lpU'jn mptri on 5* flf«t o? mo w "ua. A. >' «iJ#orl er n.: r*- •iTtM rn tuny #U1 ptetft* uoi.ty u* •-> • «. «« ■ ■■ ■ " " 111 ft 4o aoi Mbd r o ipu (or mooa? p«.4 oa Uuu«, bui oi *AU ••cn« on «ilp i u*ol 4 , J jrad. u aot «nuwu oa lip in too " ,te if i><4<iiuuu<t, notify it u ofilo*. HttbrtTiptlun I late# One copy one yew $1.00 Entered as second-claae mall matter., McKiuney, Te\u«, March UM. 1 07. A lively commercial club U In- dispensable to uny lively town or city. Lets pull some n«w factories or manufacturing enterprises for Mc- Klnney this year. W e can do It by a united effort. The split log drag does u low- down business, but there are hlgb- up result*.—Bouham Da...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1907

r 7 ()ur Big Spring 1907Introductory Sale WILL CONTINUE TO SAT. NIGHT, APR. 13 For the past several weeks New Spring Goods have been rolling in and we open the spring season with the prettiest and most complete stock we have ever shown. Many new spring goods will be sold in this great sale at lower prices than at any time again this season. i'Iy New Spring 1907 Dress Goods Just Received Spring Suitings and Wool Dress Goods on Sale x 52 inch all wool Mohair Suiting, black, dark red navy blue, 65c value,Knight's Introductory price yard £>Oc 46 inch fast black Gloria silk, sells elsewhere 75c, our price the yard £>Oc 44 inch extra nice, fast black, all wool Mohair, worth $1.25 3d, Knight's Introductory Sale price the yard $ | OO Corset Cover Embroidery 15 pieces corset cover embroidery, very wide, pretty designs, worth this .season 35c yard, our special Introductory sale price the yard 25c Table Linen Special 2oo yards bleach and turkey red table damask worth at other stores .'55...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 March 1907

What I does the Breakfast-Bell |a yo«t household Light t whole-s some Biscuit | made with yA Dr. PRICE'S Baking Powder? or tuiwholesome food made with an alum baking powder? h is worth your while to inquire. BURIED AT JOSHUA i J. L. Franklin returned last night from Johua, Johns ia county, where he, In company with his sifter, Mrs. It. W. Bush of Allen, had been to attend the funeral of his brother's wife, Mrs. 0. B. Franklin, who died at her home in Benchley Saturday night, the interment taking place at the former place Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Franklin was about forty-two years of age and a most estimable lady. She leaves besides her hus- band, six children, five boys and one Sirl, the youngest only 18 months old. She was an aunt oy marriage of MfA-Jnem- F. G. Jtoos nn.| R. I). Shults of this city. The Da>ly Courier-Gazette and The Democrat-Gazette extend condo- lence to the relatives of the deceas- ed. J. S. Swain and wife of Kansas City, Missouri, are in McKinney t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1907

C: ttMttfol' •1.00 PER YEAR. MrKIN'NEY, COIJ.IN (DI NTV, TKXAK, THt'ltWDAY, APRIL I, l <>7. vol, isi, NO. u. i. h BOWIE STIRRED BY SHOOTING Bowie, Texas, March 28.—Ah a result of a shooting which occurred in front of a barber shop on Smyth street last night about 7.15 o'clock Constable John Wales was shot through the shoulder and City Mar- shal John Adams received a bullet over the left eye, which glanced off, leaving only a flesh wound. Wales' condition is serious. The officers were seated in front of the barber shop, when Walker HargroveB of Bowie, and his broth- er, Robert Hargroves of Fort Worth who was visiting him, came up. Firing Immediately commenced. Constable Wales was the Hist to be struck. Wales pulled his pistol to fire, when a bullet struck him in the right hand, disabling it. City Mar- shal Adams fired three times, but without effect. A bystander named Simpson, who lives near Post Oak, in this county, received a flesh wound in the right arm below the elbow. Afte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1907

w& ■■ " - Ji '"teffll w?& mpX CURES - CHILLS FEVERS AND MALARIA Prio« 50 cents SOLD STRICTLY ON ITS MERITS R. E. Bristol, McKianey, Texas Have You WeaK Kidneys? THY DR. OTTO'S Blixlr of BUCHU AND GIN With Acetate of Potash Has relieved and cured many thousands of hopeless east s aud we waut you to try It. Price 50c AN HONEST REMEDY MADE ON HONOR MERCHANT CLOSES DOORS Thirty-one years merchandising lr Collin county, sixteen of which her* in McKlnney, is the record of 8. T Hutnmo d. proprietor of The Fair but 8a<urday was the first time in that Ion# period that he ever found it necessary to close his doors on customers to Keep thun out of niF store. He had a fine trade all day, but soon after noon there was such a jit 111 of people In the store that It became necessary to close the doors and keep people out until those al- ready in were waited upon by the eight salespeople who were on du- ty As before alluded to In these columns, Mr. Hammond Is enjoying a fast-growing trade...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1907

Exceptional Bargains! IN ans Pianos and Orgai Alto Singer Swing Machines. Having Ikhmi in the Piano and Organ business in Collin County for the pant twelve (12) years, and having sold during that time only make* of dtiaonatrated merit—Kimball, Estey. Hamil- ton, Camp k Co.,—which have met every requirement ami de- maml of my trade, e>eu the most fastidious, I feel justified in Holiciting a continuation of your support and patronage during the current year. I am iu a position this year not only to meet t the keenest competition possible, but to even go further than i that—to give you Bargains in Pianos and Organs that you) will at ^ once recognize and appreciate. Among other reasons for this very favorable situation, 1 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 piauos, thus dealing directly, fr...

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

•DR> " PRICES CREAM BaKing Powder With least labor and trouble It makes hot-breads, biscuit and cake of finest flavor, light, sweet, appe- tizing, digestible and wholesome. Greatest Aid to Cookery The Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. I'KRKISH WALTKK B. WILSON Editors, Publishers and Proprietor*. To Babsorlber*: —The dace printed opposite fOar Dim* oa tbe margin of the paper or on the wrapper indicate, the time to w<iicn your aub- •ortptlon U paid All tmbaerlptlonit expln on <h firat of tbe month. Any subscriber n?: re- •Irl Dg the pip >r rag iltrly will pleaaa notify us We So Dot lend reoelptc for money paid on Mtaortptloa*, but oredlt tame on slip attached to paper, If oredlt In not shown on slip In ten tera from date of remlttanoe, notify this offlec, Subscription Hutefl One copy one year <11.00 Entered as second-class mail mutter. MeKinney, Texas, April 4, 1007. Complete the Throckmorton mon- ument. Early cotton planting is advised to avoid the bo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1907

4 J- A ■ ■ '1^ •'< • ••••••■« ,kl¥: If You Please # Don'£ Merely Ask for Flour Any ordinary mill can make ordinary flour, but ordinary flour is not good enough for you—or for me, when better can be had for the asking. You want nice, light, creamy bread and biscuits; and rolls and pie crust that are deliciously wholesome. Then ask for GOLD MEDAL FLOUR in- stead of merely ordering "a sack of flour." The good bread, good bis- cuits and good pies will come easy enough with Gold Medal Flour in the We ought to charge more th/euvwedo.' house, world. Made by special process in the greatest milling plant in the Ask for CokHMIIfw HasThe Quality: Washburn-Crosby's GOLD MEDAL FL0UR.~^i Sou By BARNES & GERRISH Phones 94 and 525 McKinney, Tex. L \ < I ' V f v ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. lgt«— n<U( bishop April 1.—The rain which came last Thursday night was needed very much as most of the fanners were thro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1907

rat-Gazette. Every Thursday. TOM W. FKRK1N8 M ALT Kit B. WILSON I'Bbllihnt and Proprietor*. lb«ra:-Th« a as printed opposite i th« nmrgm of the paper 01 on the w.. .,nt** the 10 wr>'t® Tour #ub" ■ la D*ld. All •ubitortpttoiia eiplr J on ■t at tao month- Any ub«crit*r no. w- 1 tin )Mper r«tulwly will "jtiJj u mb4 receipt* tor money P^on ft M 1WBV IWWW VI ™",A*I«kLl njputm*, but W edit ••mo • Htrif crndlt !■ tuit ehown on dtp In ten rwn tat* at wwltunoe, notify thle offlc* Subscription Rates copj one fear $1.00 McKinney, Tna*, April 4, 1907. A woman has no natural gift more bewitching than a sweet laugh. It is the Bound of flutes on water, the heart that hears It feels as bathed In the cool, exhilarating ring. Some times it comes in the [«!■♦ of care, or sorrow, or irksome Easiness, ringing through the room :llke a silver bell, with power to :scare ^away the evil spirits of the mind. How much is debtor to that ■weet laugh? It turns prose to po- try; It flings showers of sunshine &g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1907

* 8 VTIHDAY. rt-of. Edmunds of Lebanon is here ay. L. B. Brakehill, residing west of town, left today for a business trip to Arlington. C' $ ^ -sir Mrs. V. F. McKinney went to Al- today to visit her frleud, Mia. rudley and attend the County Baptist Fifth Sunday meeting. \ Our office received a genial call yesterday from our old reader and ' ^end W. F. howls who lives ou , dtKinuey, route (5. Rev. R. D. Shuitz went to Piano today to attend the Fifth Sunday nieetlng of the Christian churches of Collin county. Len Cant well and O. C. Spencer of this city have just finished paint- ing the new First National bank building at Princeton. Mrs. H. M. Williams who has been visiting her uncle, O. I). Dodson, at Princeton, returned today to her home in Bryson. She was accompa- nied by her little daughter, Ollle. Ear] Jones of Paris has arrived to spend Easter Sunday wtth his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Jones. Me was accompanied by his cousin, Miss Edith Jones of Granger, who ttends school in Sh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1907

& m m ■**■■■•**■■■ PL™™,.!®?. . V t©a|; I' 1 . ■'• ■■ •* • Our $3.00 HATS are the talk of the town... ** HUNTER ^ Phone 545 THE HATTER !=What to Wear! After all clothes do make the man—in outward appearance at least. To be in •4,1 style i* everything. To be out of it is to fj 1 e a back number, socially and in busi- jf ness. Alwajs wear the best you can af- ford. Be fashionable, but you need not break your- self to do it. if you let us clothe you. We will turn you out all the year round in good ftyle for little money. White & Newsome Gent's Furnishers and Merchant Tailors "For Men Who Know" McKinney, Texas. TO PLEASE is the sum total of all our efforts for SHOE •?< SATISFACTION STYLE, QUALITY, COMFORT, FIT, PRICE — Y 4= = mount lin- ; ortance. We aim jit each and aid customers by our long experience in their selections. Once a cus- tomer, always a customer. Suttle Shoe Store, McKinney, Tex. JJ I ❖ OAHE LJCA8 V Fine Line of * Go Carts To select from. Our line of New Spring...

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