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

E, THUR8DAT, AUGU8T 16, 1912. •THE WEEKLY i. BUGGIES pAT* TUa Vminrr Mont Our 18 or 20-inch bodv, live select ror ine lOUng lYlani hickory wheels, poplar bodies. Our springs are longer, our tops are longer, our reaches better braced; better leather in seats and top than any buggy sold in McKinney for the price we ask. . , • / A Special Proposition for the Next 60 Days that you cannot afford to miss if you are figuring on buying a vehicle We Can Save You from $10 to $15 We are making room for a new car of goods. PRIGES RIGHT, TERMS RIGHT. Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company,J XmIT' G Professional Dept. J T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. over mc- Klnuey'B grocery store. Phone 203, McKinney. McKINNEY REALTY CO., Frank G. Dowell, Mgr. Office with The Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, McKinney, phone 05. ARTHUR T. CHURCH, Fire, Torna- do and Livestock Inuuranee Agent Only beat companies represented. Morrow block. McKinney, Texas. W. >1. SlllltLEY, Fire, Tornado ami ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 August 1912

THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE. THUR8DAY, AUGUST 16, lflf. COLLIN COUNTY LI WETHKIi, Hut Minion Taylor In on the Hick til it) week Mr. Sliums returned home Satur- day from Electra. Mr. Owens was In McKlnney Sat- urday on business. Elmer Murray is visiting his cou- sin at Vlney Grove. Selmer Murray was In McKlnney Saturday on business. Silas Murray has been visiting H. L Murray a few days. Mr. and Mr«. Graham were shopp- ing in McKlnney Saturday. Bethel Martin and brother spent Saturday night and Sunday at Me- llssa. Crops are looking fine since the fine rains which we had the past week. Omra Mlllner from Plalnvlew is visiting his cousin, John Taylor, at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murray return- ed to their home In Clay county ..Sunday night. Mrs. SI nuns returned home Fri- day from Forney, whore sho had leen visiting friendB. Anse Scrogglns and son, Walter, und John Jenkins returned borne Saturday from Hopkins county and says the fruit crops are tine. George Harvel and family are ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 August 1912

Flowers In M MEET IN Editor Tom W. Perkins of Mc- isy, has once more mounted tbe and will devote his time and rgy to his paper, the Courler-Gas- lette, and! the upbuilding of McF.ln- Iney. Editor Perkins made the race ]for Congress in this district and for a time It was thought he had v on Ithe coveted honor, but later returns [showed -the race to be between {Judge Jones of Sherman and Speak- [er Kayburn of Bonham wltn tbe J chances favorable to the latter. But [back to Editor Perkins. He made a I splendid race. With no special in- jfluences behind him, no financial backing, he went to the people with, pressman Sam Rayburn flees to the [bis cause and told his story In a [plain and convincing way, leaving no doubt as to where he stood upor. the public questions. But he lost; as to why he did we doubt if he can tell 1 unless It is the simple fact that he I did not get votes enough. Of course we sympathize wltb our [friend in his dlsappoinment, but af- ter all, It may be for the best. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 August 1912

', -itM SAVE MONEY ON $ HOES By purchasing at this exclusive shoe Hlore. Our entire attention ift centered on shoes. We have made a life study of shoes. All of this combined, we claim better qualifies us to please you In shoes. Come in and let us show you why you should buy here. J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORK li 6eo. W. Smith Fashionable Tailor For Men Who Care Several hundred pretty samples from which to make your selection. We can please you as wo have pleasod thousands of others. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR. North Kentock; St. THURSDAY. J. L. Brown of Allen was here today. Misses Enid and Eudine Erickson of Allen visited their grandmother, Mrs. It. A. Bridges, and attended the show here last night. John Burgees, whose home is in NortheaBt Nebraska, is visiting in the city for a short time, a guest at the home of his cousin, Mrs. Walter Downs. Miss Bertha Goostree left this morning for Houston whore she will be the guest of Mrs. Leonard Hedge- peth, formerly Miss Lillie Ausb...

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

w \. wj«S THB WEXKLY PBMOCRAT-QAgBTTB, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, ltll. 7 M The Leader in quality, purity, sanitary cleanliness and nutrition is our carefully manufactured Flour We offer it on its merits. You do not have to con- ;; < > tinue its use if you do not find it superior in every !! way. We do ask you to give it a fair trial, for we are < ijure it will satisfy your every requirement. Buy Your Groctries Here and Be Satisfied : * * o < > i, <> KISTLER & BRISTOL ! TOP QUALITY OROOERIES. l'HONBS 04 AND 025. fAVOns HIGHWAY COMMISSION. [tate Senator Terrell Proposes Reso- lution on Good Roads for San Antonio Convention. State Senator-H. B. Terrell of the Vaco district will champion the ollowlng resolution before the stute onventlon, which we hope he may ucceed In getting Into the state latform: "We believe that the question of ubllc highways Is one of supreme mportanoe to the people of Texas, nd we, therefore, recommend to the text Legislature the creation of a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 August 1912

S3 THE WBgKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZKTTB. THURSDAY, APQUBT II, lilt. EXTENSI $5C),OOOClearance Sale Extended to Saturday Night, Aug.24 OwiiiL' to the fact the "black waxy" roads of Collin county, during our late rains, has prevented many of our out-of-town customers from attending the biggest clearance sale ever inaugerated in McKinney, we have decided to EXTEND THE SALE UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT, AUG. 24, in order that everybody may have this great money-saving opportunity. It is indeed gratifying to us to have the people respond to our sales as they have this one, even with the rain and rar we have had. It proves to us tfiat the people approve of our method of merchandising, and we are fair and honest with our patrons. We conceal nothing from customer which they have a right to know. ' CLOTHING You can not find a fauit in them they are the season's best styles. They are made by the most prominent manufacturers, tailored perfectly and will meet every demand of style workmanship and materials. But...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

■ M 16 PAGES THIS WEEK-IN 2 SECTIONS The Weekly Democrat-Gazette IIRTIETH YEAR, NO. 30. McKlNNEY, GOLIJN OOUNTV, TEXAS, THURSDAY AUOU8T 22, 101!:. PULL OF GLOOM IS CAST OVER Gin "Miss Estelle Lansdale 'u dead.' Such wag the message that univer- sally saddlened our city Saturday morning as the painful news was rapidly flashed by scores ol phones from friend to friend. The sorrow- ful message cast an unspeakable pall of gloom over the entire city, for no young lady ever lived in Mc- Klnney who was more highly es- teemed, respected or loved than she. A native of the town, educated here, taught here, intimately con- cerned and identified with all good workB of the social, reilglous and in- tellectual uplift of our children and young people, she endeared herself to one and' all, while her congenial, never-failing cheerful, happy diB position won and held steaufast the love and good will of every one, both young and old. Hence there is mourning today in almost every home. She dfed at 3:30...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

TBI WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, AUGUST >3, 1 1S. W; m ■ Set Your Teeth In a Biscuit Made From i WHITE BILLOWS Notice how crisp and sweet the crust—how de- liciously flakey and li^ht the interior—then wonder why you ever used and other. Just as good for Pies, Cakes and Pastry, too. Forty-eight pounds of Purity and Wholesomeness in every package. You owe a trial. Order a Sack Today And Be Sure It's 1 WHITE BILLOWS \ j Collin County Mill & Elovator Go. McKinney, Texas. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ FIRST BILE OF The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Torn W. Perkins, Walter It. Wilson, Editors I'ubllslierM unci Proprietors. Green berry Adams, Circulation ami Assistant lliisiness Manager. Entered as second-class mail matter. To Subscribers-—The date pr'nted opposite your name on the margin of the papor or ou the wrapper indi- cates the time to which your' sub- scrlptlon la paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

I X ■% * l i WORK WELL DONE — No watch is too^ntrlcate for ns to handle. W% make and replace broken part* and guarantee our work to ,be tlrstclaas in every respect. Bring your watch to ua and have us make nn estimate on the coat of put- ting It in flrstclasB shape. Fs- timatea cheerfully given. 1>. GOODIN, The Store of Good Jewelry. MONDAT. \ Deputy Sheriff W. J. Childress of Blue Ridge was here today on offic- ial business and called at this office. He reports that the recent hail- storm in that community did great damage, especially to the cotton cropB. He had in about CO acres, and will be satisfied now if he gathers fifteen bales. He reports other crops dfamaged worse than his own. Mrs. J. Lawrence Moore of Port Worth spent several days In McKin- ney the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. C. Clifton and family, the past week. iMrs. Clifton, Mrs. Moore and Mrs. W. M. Pierson, of Dallas who with her husband were guests at Judge Clifton's home here Sun- day, all left for Wlnnsboro th'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

VUm WMIBKLY OMMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, AUGUST *1, l £l. AT THE BIG FIRE SALE! Goods are being piled out on the counters daily and sold at prices that please every one who visits this store. There are lots of bargains and the force of sales people we have are glad to point them out and sell you what you want. All goods wil^e closed out cheap to make room for a large, bright new : 1# 1 1 | Fall stock of Dry Goods and Shoes. Come to See us at the Hammond Old Stand, Next Door to J. P. Dowell's Hardware Store. t BROWNLEE & SUDDATH, McKINNEY, TEXAS. BISHOP UMCTT VISITS SI. PETERS Right Rev. A. S. Garrett, bishop of the dioceso of Dallas, visited St. Peters church hero last Sunday and delivered a most glorious sermon at the 11 o'clock service. "God Re Merciful to Me, a Sin- ner," was the Bishops sui)je;t. lie •warned his hearers against the self righteousness, manifested by soni'j, of the absolute assurance of their salvation, and commended the meek and lowly follower of the Christ, w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

> * u.. Section'No. 2 The Weekly Democrat- "f Hir „,ri YEAR, NO. 20. McKINNEY, OOLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY AUGUST 22, 101X. THE COURT HOUSE County court convened here Mon- day, with Judge H. L. Da via on the bench. The following gentlemen will serve as jurors for this week: L. Butler, D. W. Ragwlll, A. J. Cap- linger, B. Cash ion, J. T. Chandler, A. W. Dowlen, R. J. Edwards, Wal- ter Holder, J. H. Horton, C. T. Mun- cy, and T. M. Smart. Roy Atkinson plead qullty Mon- day afternoon, to giving liquor to a minor. He was fined $25 and ccsts, which, In all amounted to $49.25. Henry Jones, colored, plead gnil- tl Monday to a charge of petty theft. His fine, Including the cost, was $35.55. Clyde Dotson Tuesday plead guilty to a charge of giving liquor to a minor. He was fined $25 with an additional amount of $25.75 cost. The jury in the case of Will Cross, charged with carrying a pis- tol, after being out about six hours, returned a verqdict Tuesday evening of guilty and assessed his...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

p n, > MMi Getting Rich A few get rich quickly hut it is generally done on the installment plan. That means spending less than one earns, and increasing the bank balance step by step. Many a man has lost what he accumulated by trying to be his own banker. It's hard to accumulate money out of a bank. Open an account here and be on the safe side. The First National Bank McKinney, Texas. Founded 1869 per| cent interest paid on savings accounts United States Depository John Lovojoy, President. Fred Emerson Active Vine Pros Francis H Welch, Vice P Howell K. Smith, Cashier. J. () Fltzhugh, Anfit, Cashier Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. linliy I'asncH Away. Jimmlo, tlie little I ft-mont lm-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Short, who resklu near Princeton, died at thoir home at that placo Perkins' Nurseries Now Is the proper time to plant your trees, shrubbery, eto. We have acclimated stock, especially adapted and grown for McKin- ney, Collin county, and the black land. They live. Plant t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

; ' MMtfi MW • ■■■■■■ ,. :• ■ * mSgr-% ' ■ '• V • a:$\ .*•#. .. -jm h ■ •^•-•* ■■■*#« i v p 1$! THE) WEEKLY DHMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, lflt. SSS .v'Vh" ' — WATERLOO BOY Long life, light draft. Simplest and best on market. We can save you from $15 to $25. Hay Ties, Team Harness, Buggy Harness. We can give you quality and save you money. Trade with a house that gives you advantage of one of the largest and most com- plete stocks of Implements, Vehicles and Hardware in North Texas. # Collin County Implement and Vehicle Company. SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILL The Best by Test They tell you that they have them with the Superior feed, acknowledging that ours is the best, but they don't prove it in the field. '1 CflBMM* Prol ■ouMttoc. «*;• Professional Dept. T. H. WHY ANT, Dentist . Over MC- Klnuey's grocery atore Phone 203, McKinney. McKINNEY REALTY CO., Frank U. Dowell, Mgr. Office with The Daily Courier-Gazette and Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, McKinney, phone C5. ARTHUR T. CHURCH, Fire...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Ton W. Perkins, Walter II. Wilson, Editor*, Publishers und Proprietors. Greenlierrj Adaint, Circulation und Assistant Business Manager. crop, m the people need It. We practically bad no crop* of any kind last year. Let ua put old McKlnney on the map by making her the beat cotton market in North Texaa tlila fall. It can be done; it must be done. Who'll take the lead? Sintered as second-class mall matter To Bubacrlbera—'The date pr'nwd opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription Is paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscrllier not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. Start up the paint brush; give the McKlnney painters something to <lo. We are certainly much obliged to Mr. Cecil Lyon, et ul, for the help they are going to give us in electing a Democratic president this year. Who does not love to invest in a clean city? Make M...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

w ■ t IE HOG SMI IRTH'THE WHILE foe J. McLaln 1b a pure bred tar, living four miles west from in 34 years of age, and born oi the farm he now i on, there being ICO acres. lfteen years ago he commenced raise pure bred Red Duroc Jersey Kb. He started with out- sow, and >b-talled pig. Today h> lias more In 250 of the finest bre ! (ted Dur- lJersey hogs to be foun I in the Ith. He sells from $.">.000 to (600 of these fine hogs a year. He tea money, because he knows his ^Iness, and' attends to it. He is a because he has endeavored imount to something in life. He past president of the Swine (tedcrs Association of TexaB. He held Important offices in the ^ional Hog Raisers Associations. this Itf our Joe J. McLaln—a |lin county product. 8ome people Yt think Collin county people Junt to very much, but some les they do. Joe J. McLaln was ["runt," hence has risen in'life— lie has just, started. He has the Ins, push and energy, and when >mes to the hog business, ne is Ire with the mi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THUR8DAY, AUGUST IX. II) 1. A aallow or yellowibli com plosion . i a symp- tom of a Torpid Llvr.i. and i«. Torpid Liver is the cause of many serious discuBf.-s, of which th« moat frequent are Pneumonia, Brlght's Disease, Typhoid Fever and Malaria or Chill*. HERBINE It a Liver Medicine and Bowel Regulator of Great Power and Effectiveness. A Torpid Liver which ><;ta resisted all manner of cathartic medi- cines is forced Into activity by Ilerbine. This marvelous prepsrs- tlon not only puts the liver in healthy condition, but It strengthens the stomach, helps digestion, purities and regulates the bowels. When these threo Important organs are in & oound. vigorous con- dition, aallowness, bud breath, Indigestion. dlsslness and geaeral languor or tired feeling aoon disappear and are roplaced by a One feeling of exhilaration, or strength, energy and cheerfulness. Price 50c per Bottle. JAMES f. IMLLAHO FMFMCT0H ST. LOUIS, MO. Stephens Rye Salve la a aa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

H GKIHE9 mil IN THE DRUG BUSINESS nave been troubled more or lesB last five years with kidney Die and from the experience I Bd while In the drug business ^|rtdifferent oases where I Bold Swamp-Root with perfect •faction to those who purchased ind as I never had a single com- ilnt regarding the medicine while is in business, I was in a position know that it was a great prepara- and it did not fail me when I it myself. It has certainly af- |ded mo great relief at all time: my kidneys have troubled me I would not be without it. I ai- rs recommend Dr. Kilmer's imp-Root to my. friends as I be- 9e it to be a medicine of great ratlve value in the diseases for ich you recommend It. Sincerely, D. A. KOONCE, Columbia, Ala. Personally appeared before me, is 13th of September, 1909, D. A Jnce, who subscribed the above Itement and mads oath that the ie is true In substance and In et. C. T. HARRIS, Notary Public. Letter to Kilmer A Co., lton, N. Y. Will Do Jve What Swamp-Root For Yon. (Bend to Dr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

, . * * \<w: #: mjM* TO THE CEMETERY A good friend to McKinuey—a good friend to humanity—a good friend to this paper, and a man who haH done more, perhaps, for the ad- vancement of AlcKlnney and Collin county than any other one man In the pant fifteen or twenty yearH, struck the key note when he penned the following suggestion, which he kindly allows ua to puhliHh: 80 frequently are we called to perforin the last Had and solemn rites over the remains of departing friends. Hereaved hearts sink deep In despair in consequence of their unmeasured loss. Sympathizing friends present wreaths of fragrant flowers and utter words of hope and of heaven. Whnt Khali we say of the high- way, prepared, over which we must bear, to its last resting place, the relic of a loved one—the deserted form of a sainted soul? Often on accHsion of performing the solemn sacrament of funeral and burial, many mourners and their friends are deterred from tak- ing part, from being present, 011 ac- count of impas...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

m ■ v,,i f- For th§ greatest, grandest and best J:-- PICNIC AND RE-UNION! Ever held in Collin county and remember the dates 3*. 28th, 29th and SOtli. Just this side the old grounds, McKinney, Texas. SEE "LITTLE FRANK" Balloon Ascension and Double Parachute Leap. Something Great. First Two Days of Picnic. . # *S <&• - * SEE, "'Trained African Lions" and Cojpely's Wonderful Animal Arena. One ot the best attractions ever in McKinney. Fpr men, wo- men and children. « ' SEE Gorgeous Fireworks Display Most Beautiful Display of Fireworks ever seen here. On the night of Aug. 30th, the last night. Don't miss it Altoga Brass Band Prominent Speakers RACES, JUMPING AND OTHER SPORTS. PRIZES OFFERED. FREE ICE WATER. GOOD CAMPING GROUNDS. NOON LIGHT NIGHTS. OVER TWO HUNDRED BABIES EXPECTED IN DOCKIN'S FAMOUS BABY SHOW. \ -y Ex-Confederates and Old Settlers Reunion and Picnic Association LLIN COUNTY yCALNAPPENINeS CLIMAX. 1111'Gray Is on the sick list. losh Osburn 1b visiting In Okla- la. Ir...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

.... THE WEEKLY DBM(^RAT-GAZETTK, THURflDA^^^GUBT^^lBll fti v u GREATEST OF ALL SALES Tliette «re In latftil style* nnd wliape*, Pumps. See Mh-iii. ladle*' Slippers and M OO and $3.50 quality, Halo price iia.jrs $3.00 quality; sale price SI.U5 $2.10 quality; sale price fl.75 $2.00 quality; sale price Hi.I." Above prices will close out the entire line, ho come fust If you want choice. We are offering you In mis wale broken lines of assorted kinds for 95c. Nothing In the lot sold for less than $" up to $3 00. I'untp, Strap pumps, one and two-eyelet Ties and Oxfords, choice 95c BAREFOOT SAN'DAI.S $1.25 and $1.00 grade . Ofle 75c grade for ...50c 50c grade for OTc They won't be here long, come early. Children's I'umps and Strap Pumps, tan and black, our entire line regular prices $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00; on sale for $1.00 J. A. WATERS IS ClOIXG TO SELL THESE SHOKH II Geo. W. Smith ll Fashionable Tailor For Men Who Care Several hundred pretty samples from which to make your selection. Wo ...

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