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

.. -vsp*. ■ ' ' THH WMEKLT DEMOCRAT g GAZETTE. THURSDAY, SBPTBMBBR 12, 191S. Children Cry for Ftotehftr's CASTOR IA \Y* The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of and has been made under life per- sonal supervision sinee its ir.lancy. Allow no one t< deeeive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "•fuxt-:iM-good " ure but £xperlments that trifle with and endunr-er the health of Infants and Children—Experience uguiust Experiment, What is CASTORIA Oastoria Is a harmless substitute fqr Castor Oil, Pare- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays FeveriNhness. For more than thirty years It has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation. Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles, and Diarrhoea. It regulates the' Stomach and Bowels* assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natura...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 September 1912

I •-« 'C>* | *,/J, i. v ft- ?i *r.r.'y> VS •« ,|0 v tW A **." 'it1-* " THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAMTTB, THtTRifti*; 8EPTBIIBKtr*t?, 1 1*. |W|T New Fall Trimmings A new line of beauti- ful allovers, Ratinas, Macrames; and white ecrus. One of the newest styles is the oyster shade which we now have in stock. Our new line is excep- tional this season and will interest you. if- ««w iff rr.\t >* S Into This Store I F YOU will come into our store and let our salespeople show you the many pretty things we have bought for Fall, you will be convinced_that we can give you the best and most stylish wearables in the city. But, leading styles is not the only thing; we sell for cash and are better able to give you our high grade goods at prices a little less. Note carefully the few new goods mentioned below. Come and let us show you Fall's prettiest fashions. Hen's Fall Shoes We have received several ship- ments of new Fall shoe*. We have the latest lasts and styles; tan buttons; patents; gun ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

McKINNEY, OOLLTN COUNTY, TEX AH. THURSDAY, SKPT. 10, 1012 ONH DOLLAR PER YEAR. iaTHIRTIETH YKAR, NO. :W 16 PAGES THIS WEEK The W. T. FOSTER'S WEATHER BULLETIN (Copyrlsrnted 1912 by W. T. Foster) Washington D. C. Sept. 19.—Lnst bulletin gave forecasts of disturb- ance to croBB continent Sept. 26 to SO warm wave 25 to 29 cool wave 28 to Oct. 2. Unusually cool wea- ther is expected to be a part of this disturbance and killing frosts may reach northern edges of the cotton belt. A severe cool wave is expect- ed to drift In from the northwest not far from near Sept. 22 to near Oct. 5. Our forecast of ususually Bevere storms in many places all around the earth Aug. 26 to 31 was a great suc- cess for these forecasts but the storm forces were so great that they threw our temperature lines off, causing warm weather first week of Sept. whence we had prodlcted cool we&ther. Our forecasts of these great storms, that caused the loss of 50,000 human lives, were based on the relative positions ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

We Are Tailors ForMenWhoCare Wo have received our full lino or samples for men's suits—the pret- tiest new rubrics to be seen. We are now making a specialty of lino tailoring and our prices are just as low as you can get tailor- ing of tills quality for. Iteware of "cheap" tailor made clothes. SOME READY MADE SUITS—To the man who prefers to buy his suit ready made, we offer an unusually attractive lino. Many pretty styles and shades In this line at prices ranging from $10.00 to $25.00 per suit. BEAUTIFUL FALL SHIRTS!-- When you buy a shirt you should see that It (Us you Just the same as when you buy a hat. We have a pretty line of now fall shirts that Jit. The prices will be agreeably surprising to you. NEW FALL HATS—Something late in a felt hat for fail. In all shapes and shades. These hats will appeal to you. Ail new \goods. Come In, see them and let us tell you the price. We want the patronage of the particular men, men who aro willing to pay what a good piece of goods is worth. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

THE WEHHCLY ■ ■■ TIME TO ACT Don't Walt for the Fatal Stages mt rr* - * Kidney Illness. Profit By Mc Klnney People'* Ex- pedleaces. Occasional attacks of backache. Irregular urination, headache* and dizzy spells are common early Symp- lons of kidney disorders. It's an er- ilor to neglect these Ills. The attacks mar pass off for a time Uut return with greater intensity. If there are symptoms of dropsy—puffy swellings below the eyes.bloatlng of limbs and iinklps. or any part of the body, dou't delay a minute. Begin taking Doan's Kidney Pills, and keep up the treatment until the kidneys are well, when your old time health and' vigor will return. CureB in McKlu- ney prove the effectiveness of this great kidney remedy. Mrs. J. A. Benton, 541 N. Tenn. St.. McKinney, Texas, says: "Kidney complaint troubled me more or less for three years and the pain in my hack wan so severe that I could not stand. Headaches and dizzy spells were common and I was often ner- vot'#. Doan's Kidney Pills broug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

. «SfivTx8 'm' THE WEEKLY D HI m MELISSA. Mrs. J. W. Jordan has l een num- bered with the Hick this week. The Misses Strother of McKinney niecea of Miss I ami a (lilwon v i «i t «•«! n her homo last week. Mra, Jennie Weeds and Rrand daughter, Florence Leo IIuitIh, vIbH ed at Clint's tItIh week. Misses he I it. and Flora I (arsis iiav returned to Kiild-Key College at Sherman, for tin- coming term. Messrs. Garnett and Coen Ostium have gone to Fort. Wortii to attend the Texan Christian University, tin comiUK term. M. I'. Graves Iihh returned from visit to iiin cousin, Dauglas Eddlt man, at iiin ranch home, near Olus tee, Okla. lie reports a good time Mr. V. Zue Rogers has none to Marfa, Texas, to teach in the Col lege at. that place, lie Ik a line young man and we are glad he lias secur ed this splendid position. Mr. and Mtb. Monroe Orenduff of the Trinity community have moved to our little town. We are glnd to have these good people live with us and hope they will lie pleased with our...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. 33. McKINNBY, COLLIN COUNTY, TE-XA8, THUR8DAY, SEPT. 10, 1612. ONE DOLLAR PER —— PRICE OF COHON ON LOCAL MIRE McKinney, Texas, Sept. 18.— The market opened this morning at 31.25 and Bold as high as 11.40 be- fore the noon hour. Liverpool quo- tations received at 9 o'clock showed a slight rise in the market. New York and New Orleans quotations received at 9:30 were as follows: New York 2 points up and New Or- leans 8 points up. Liverpool closed 2 points above Tuesday's close. New York and New Orleans closed at 2:30 15 points above yesterday's close. The price here went as high as 11.45 this afternoon. The Griffin & Co. electric gin just east of the depot began buying cot- ton in the seed this morning, offer- ing 4 cents per pound. As the far- mers can now sell their cotton In the seed at this place there will no doubt be much more cotton market- ed here in the future. Many far- mem who had been accustomed to selling their cotton in McKinney had lieen selling i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

■vr THB WEEKLY DBMOCftAT-OAZSTTB, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1S1I. I WHITE BILLOWS I producer of delicious BREAD CAKES AND PASTRY TRY ONE SACK and you will alwaVs use WHITE BILLOWS dOM not know ores u much as wo do about these things. We admtro the man or woman who hi* a finish- ed education and wiah it wh in our power to see that overyone baa such, and it brings about that tired feel- ing for a person to try and poke fun at one leas fortunate than them- selves along this line. The lamented Judge Crow on one occassion gave such a person as this a very appro- priate name—An Educated D— Fool. Just occasionally we meet one ot this kind. Thank the Lord they are not plentiful, and we trust their trll o will never increase to any great extent.—Wood County Demo- crat. McKinney's pure artesian water doesn't give one the headache, and | yet it fully BRtlslles. Young man, lli«r time is at hand when you must either give up clgar- I ettes or business. Which will It be? As we go to press we have he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

Mi TH« WEEKLY TOMATOtO "jfcff? J WE ARf RECEIVING r the popular Fern- dell goods the best and most popular line of canned and bottled goods ever sold in McKinney. Every day brings more of these goods to our store. Phone us your orders. Ask for any- thing in this line for we have it—everything. Our line will be more com- plete, than at present, in a few days. If you have never tried Ferndell goods give them a trial today. We guarantee them to be as good as the best. Ask people who are regular buyers of the Ferndell line. KISTLER& BRISTOL TOP QUALITY GROCERIES. PHONES 04 AND 525. Judge Church and Wife Return. Judge John Church anil wife re- turned Thursday from a four weeks' trip to various points of Interest. In Colorado, New Mcxico, Arizona and California. Mrs. Church spent the greater portion of her vacation at Los Angeles, while Judge Church "frolicked around," seeing the many places of prominence, which ho has been writing so interestingly of in these columns the past two or ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

OORAT-G SL A Picture of Contentment All men look pleased when they smoke this choice tobacco—for all men like the rich quality and true, natural flavor of Smoked in pipes by thousands of men-~everywhere known to cigarette smokers as "the makings." We take unusual pride in Liggett & Myert Duke's Mixture. It is our leading brand of granulated tobacco— and every sack we make is a challenge to all other tobacco manufacturers. Every Ae sack of this fuuioua tobacco <containa one and a half ounce of choice granulated tobacco, in every way equal to the best you can buy at any price, and with each sack you get a book of cigarette papers FREE. If you have not smoked the Duke's Mixture made by that JAggtU q My en Tobacco Co. at Durham, N. C., try it now. Get a Camera with the Coupons Save the coupons. With them you can get all sorts of valu- able presents—articles suitable for young and eld ( men, women, boys and girls. You 11 bo delighted to see what you can get free with- out one cent...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

IsSL, -'IS ? * • Matthews Bros. McKinney, Texas 'c Outing the yd. I Mail Orders Fill- [5c I ed Same Day nets n Fl yd. Mil lews i, Texas Wm Come Saturday, September 21st. Come Every Day wmm Grand Pall Opening t Our advance display of autumn Millinery, Ready-to-wear, Clothing. Shoes and Furnishings will be of more than usual interest, as already we present the correct apparel for the new season. Our buyers have returned and our stocks are brim full of all the newest styles. Our store presents this season a wonderful sight, such as you will see in cities twenty times as large as McKin- ney. Our stocks were never so attractive, both as to variety and reasonable in price. Our sales force is the best to be had. Now listen, we want you to do your shopping with us and we guarantee that every dollar you spend with us will bring you your full dollar's worth or your money will be refunded. Do Your Shopping with this Storo, Where You Can Get the Best Always for the Least Money- You Will Be Plea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

JBB •' as -J ' «' ' « ■ ' ' " • «j ■ 21 tv • . ft £k lp?wS«l THB WEEKLY DEMOORAT-OAZETTE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1912. ' GREATEST OF AIL SALES Thew art In l«lMt styles and ihapM, ladles' Hllpiwri and Pump*, gee them. I 14.00 and $8.50 quality, aale price 92.23 93.00 quality; aale price ii.Oft $2.50 quality; aale price fl.75 $2.00 quality; sale price SI .45 Above prices will close out the entire line, so come fliat If you want choice. We are offering you in this sale broken line* of assorted kinds for 95c. Nothing In the lot sold for less than I'J up to $3.00. Pump, Strap Pumps, one and two-eyelet Ties and Oxfords, choice.. .... ••• *. • i • * Oflc HA11KFOOT SANDALS $1.26 and $1.00 grade ..03c 76c grade for 50c 50c grade for .'He They won't be here long, come early. Children's Pumps and Strap Pumpa, tan and black, our entire line regular prices $1.50, $1.75 aad $2.00; on sale for $1.00 J. A. WATERS IS GOING TO SELL THESE SHOES W£. ■I. H THE LADIES! TAILOR SHOP We are showing very la...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

ice 1 gal. Stew Pan with handle (tin).... 3-qt. Stew Pan with handle (tin) Ixing Flesh Korku, 2 for .. . Vegetable Ladles Dippers (tin) 2 for .. Flap Jack Turners, 2 for No. 1 Lamp Chimneys, 2 for 8-qt. Galvanized Buckets No. 8 Stove Boilers (tin) Combination Dinner Palls Quart Tin Cups Qt. Tin Buckets with uds 1 1-2 Gallon Flared Top fin Buckets .. 2 1-2 Gallon Flared Top Tin Buckets 10c 10c . Be . 5c . Rc 5c 15c 20c 76c 20c . 5c 10c 15c aoc 1 Gallon Tin Coffee Pots SSOc 1 1-2 Gallon Tin Coffee Pots, Copper Bottom 2.V 2 Gallon Tin Buckets with tops 0c Maple Wood Rolling PinB, large 10c 10 Quart Dish Pans (tin) 20c 14 Quart Dish Pans (tin) 35c 10 Quart Pudding Pane (tin) 15c 8 Inch Tin Pie Plates, per doz en 80c Scolloped Cake Pans with tube 5c Scolloped Pie Plates, 8, 9 and 10-lnch 8c 3 inch Steel Wheel Farm Trucks, 3 1-2 inch Wide Wheel, Capaci- fl>p 7 C A ty 3500 pound*. Price... Gasoline Engines Disc Harrows ' Drag Harrows ' Farm Wagons [Bain] . \ Superior Drills Enterprise B...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMB BR 19. lflf. flip! —ass—. —L 1 <0l>VBigriT IV "Music Charm*, llwls, Klcvntwi, Cultivate* am! inspire* the Soul." copvunart "fjot's J list take one of those Pl- ant* now. We arc an near ready to buy now as we will ever ho." r What is wealth without liappl- hohh nii<1 yet whole sack* of money can be saved by buying a Piano from tlic Couch Sale. m SPECIAL PIANO h We have closed out all our branch stores and combined them all in one stock at McKinney, and rave a stock of pianos and organs of such magnitude, that we can scarcely house them. MORE THAN 200 PIANOS and ORGAN'S now In our four buildings, and the matter of profit on each one la not so much what concerns us, as to sell the goods and avoid storage, insurance and depreciation. Within the last few days we sold a car load of pianos to one Dallas Arm and offered to sell the en- tire stock to another Dallas Arm for |2000.00 Iosb than wholesale cost and allow him terms to boot. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

Wf,: '94*. "■ ,w Newest Fall Goods for Men ?ORt MANY WEEKS we have been receiving new Fall and Winter goods for men and young men, and at present we are showing one of the largest and best selected lines of men's and young men's clothing, shoes, hats, etc., to be seen in McKinney. Being an exclusive men's store we feel that we can come the nearest to giving satis- faction in men's Fall and Winter wearing apparel. A visit from you will be highly appreciated. The New Styles in Men's Suits for Fall and Winter The pretty new shades In Men's Suits which we are showing now are sure to appeal to particular men. We are showing the browns, which are very popular this season, the purple mrxtures, the grays, Scottish mixtures and many others. These Buits will lit you. They are made by America's foremost tai- lors, each suit guaranteed to retain Its proper shape, which insures longer wear. These suits have stood the test—it is not a new line with us, because we do not experiment with new lines ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

I II ME ■H?' 5-5 The Interests of the Small Depositor —are not overlooked in th s bank. We value small accounts and do all we can to make this class of depositors feel at home. We are in position to assist depositors in con- servative ways to develop their interest and invite the consideration of our facilities for rendering large or small service in a satisfactbry way. || The First National Bank | ;[ McKinney, Texas. Founded 1869 I I o 4 per cent interest paid on Havings accounts United States Depository : John I.ovejoy, President. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pres. Francis H. Welch, Vice P. Howell K. Smith, Cashier. .1. O. Fltzhugh, ABflt. Cashier. Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. MiSBOB Lola and Flora Harris of Melissa have returned to Sherman, where they will attend the Itldd-Key College the coming term. The Miss- es Harris were students in this col- lege last term. Registered Poland China flogs For Sale I sell nothing but the very best and I guarantee satisfaction with every sale. Writ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAHBTTB, THURSDAY, 8JBPTBMBBB 19, 1911. li* THESE SIX LETTERS From NeW England Women Pro^e that Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound Does Restore the Health of Ailing Women. Boston, Mass.—"I was passing through the Change of Life and suffered from hemorrhages (sometimes lusting for weeks), and could get nothing to Jin check them. I began taking LydTa E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound (tablet form) on Tuesday, and the following Saturday morning the hem- orrhages stopped, 1 have takeu thcui regularly ever t>ince and am steadily gaining. " I certainly think that every one who is troubled as I was should give your Compound Tablets a faithful trial, and they will find relief."—Mrs. Oconee Junv, Fifth Street, South Boston, Mass. Letter from Mrs. Julia King, Ptenix, R.I. Phoenix, R.I.—"I worked steady iu the mill from the time I was 12 years old uutil I had been married a year, and I 4hiuk that caused my bad feel- ings. I had soreness in my side'nei r my left hip t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1912

twit w V V . . = f i. - a— , ; +** THM WEKKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTM, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, ml Misses' School Dresses ] ><>ii*t buy material and make a dress for the small girl before yon nee these new school dresses. They are all washable, even the cheaper grades, and are made tip to suit every convenience of the school misses. Not a bunch of cheap- ness, but neat and plain wearing- material. New Draperies New Aiit Dhaperies—plain and hemstitched, just received, in the newest patterns. New Silkoline in dainty colors and designs for your selection. Tailored Shirt Waists New shipment of Shirt Waists just received. Silk and tailored effects, separate colors, materials of linen and corded white. Very thing for the corded shirt; so popular this season. Prices Range From $1.50 to $2.50 Is Now Ready to Supply Your Fall Necessities 5* N KVKK before have we gathered together a greater variety of season's latest creations in wearing- apparels for ladies. 10very day brings us more of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

Mm h 16 PAGES THIS WEEK- ♦ • The HR1RTIKTH YEAR, MO. M. McKINNEY. COLLIN COUNTY. TKXAH, THURSDAY, SEPT. SO, 1812. ONB DOLLAR PER YMAML THE COURT HOUSE The jury In the case of B. B. Ev- aas vb. The Cotton Bolt Railway, ut- ter being out tlinee days, returned u verdict Saturday afternoon In fa- vor of tho plaintiff, giving liim a judgment for (2750. The case of W. D. Coffey ot al vs. Southwestern Telephone and Tele- graph Co., was called Monday but wm reset for Friday. Following is the Jury for the J. H. Lee, J. L. Maasey, E H. Peevy, W. H. Stout, Q. F. Woods, Armp Hill, L. \V. Jennings, J. T. Cave, Albert Cace, W. A. Chaney, H. C. Chaddick, H. Naile. J. E. Illght, Henry Nellou, Geo. Bell and J. L. Black. In the habeas corpus hearing in the Ed 3. Burge case held before Judge J. M. Pearson Friday after- neon and Saturday morning hie bond was reduced from $10,000 to $5,- • •0. County Clerk Oeo. E. Strother has issued marriage license to the following couples this week: Ellison Pearson a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

V.,1 es THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZETTB. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER Ifl. If 11. . s little leaks KEEP PEOPLE POOR If you have hope to have "your ship come in" \\ \ some day, stop the leaks that impede its progress. Don't wait until part of that fortune you want to !! I save is gone beyond recall. You can begin to, STOP THE LEAKS right now by opening an"account with The First National Bank McKinney, Texas. Founded 186^ 4 per cent interest paid on savings accounts ■; United States Depository Howell K. Smith, Cashier O. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier Vol ii. Smith, Asst. Cashier. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦« John Lovejoy, President. Fred Emerson Active Vice PreB. Francis H. Welch. Vice P 8. W. Tx mlinson and wife of Ldbanon, Tonn., are here guests of tfceir son, Sam Tomllnson. HAVE YOUR WATCH repaired at . GOODIN'S next time. Registered Poland China flogs For Sale ■ I W'ify rv^jFy.1 I sell nothing but the very best and 1 guarantee satisfaction with every sale. Write me your wants. My prices are reasonable...

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