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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

' r M ' ■ •v (V " * , • •' ' B. THURSDAY, B. Hit. K1 Bakes Better CALUMET BAKING POWDER JWtMMiOTM* ECONOMY-!""'' s one thing you are ■■ i 1 looking for in these days of high living cost—Calumet insure* a wonder- ful saving in your baking. But it does more. It inure* wholesome food.tasty food—uniformly raised food. Calamet is made right—to sell right—to bake right. Ask one of the millions of women who u*e it—or ask your grocer. received Highest awards World's Pur« Food Exposition. Chicago, 10. Pari* Exposition. Franca, March, 1912. You don't mw money when you buy cheap or big-can balingpowder. Don't be mitlead. Buy Calumet. It'* more economical—more whole, gitea bed result*. Calumet h fat uipeitor to tout milk and vtda.% L5< ilctomc— STORM LOSS 18 HEAVY. Wind, Hail and Rain Storm l)oos Dam"ge in Many Places. Additional reports from Tuesday night's storm hoa increased consid- erably. The report comes from En- iito that at India, a place near En- nis, several houses were blown from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

THJD WI1KLT DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THUR8DAT, SEPTEMBER l(, 1*11. I: "Down By j the Old Mill Stream" : Brings Before Us the Memory of Bygone Days The ol<l method of milling was good in its time---the product was satisfactory because it was a decided imp overrent over the primitive m« thnd of m.tking breadstuff. The scientific methods ot modern milling have perfected the pro- duct. An example of modern milling perfection can always be tound in a sack of "Home Made" White Billows None better from any mill, anywhere, at any price. Collin County Mill & Elevator Co ON THE WING I'pnmnal Mention of People Iim* Know liy Our Field Man. I ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦eeeeeeaeeaa« Produce House Reopened I have reoi ened «ny produce house at the same s ;tn< i n st Virginia street, and am prepareii to offer HIGHEST MARKET PRICES ON ALL COUNTRY PkOl'UCK. A. J. COMMONS R. K. Grnves of tlio Roland com- munity has our thanks for $1.00 on The Democrat-Gazette subscription. Mr. Graves brought in a loud of on- cated...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

■«ap Section No. 2 The THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. 84. McKINNEY, COLLIN OOCNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1018. ONE HOLLAR PER YHAR. s4r* IS IN OPERATION In company with Messrs. J. P. Crouch and Howell E. Smith, both enthusiastic boosters for any and all plans which have for their object the betterment of the social and com- mercial Interests of the town or county, and the advancement of the public achoolB In particular, a repre- sentative of this papor visited the McKinney High School Thursday af- ternoon, the primary object being to inspect the recently Installed manual training depnrtmcnt. The party was there by invitation of Mrs. Leroy Fitzgerald, than whom no individual haB been more zealously active in their efforts to secure this most val- uable feature for the high school. The party was taken in hand by Superintendent J. H. Hill and con- ducted first to the library and then through the laboratory, domestic science and manual training depart- ments. In the library was found probably...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER II, Hit WA Hu ' ,4B" I!f THE CIR€I£ of those who wear our easy and handHome shoe*, and you will never have cause to complain of tired feet. We pride ourselves upon the excellent make of our shoea throughout, from the detection of the leath- ers to the finishing of the shoe. They fcre made In all sizes and widths, on the best and most approv- ed lasts, and are not only oasy-flttinK and stylish, but very durable also. WATERS 18 GOING TO HELL THESE SHOES _________ _____ THE LADIES TAILOR SHOP We are showing very lateBt styles In ladles' suits, skirts, and dresses for fall and win- ter. There's a touch of Indi- viduality about our tailoring that can not be duplicated elsewhere. Our prices are a little less than you pay for ready-made garments of the same quality of goods. Wo also tailor for men. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR. Ladles' Tailoring, Also Men's Tailoring. : ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ a PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS THURSDAY. J. H. Cosby ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

asp1 s r-'' 1 ■■ ' ' , , ; J'f-r': 'V MM Bmh fwrzmm PIPW *■ ■s '/ ■$?;% f" ra&i v' ''''• ■ ■ ' • >1. ■•: i" Fff: A CAR LOAD OF ■ 11ST TOC A Car L oad of Superior Grain Drills and B-Hoe Drills A Car Load of Enterprise Buggies and Carriages TIM AMD ORAM! TEW ARE AT COST UNTIL WE SELL OUT. No 18 Hot Blast Heaters $1.50 _ 6 Eye Ranges R«wr?olr and Warming Closets $30.00 Automobile Oils and Compression Greases Machine Oils 35c Gal. Axle Grease 5c box DELIVERY WAGONS TR0CK WAGONS (Iron Wheels) SUCCESS SULKY PLOWS DOUBLE LEVER DISC HARROWS BAIN FARM WAGONS CORN SCOOP BOARDS GASOLINE ENGINES BUGGY AND TEA1 HARNESS COLLARS AND STRAP GOODS PURE UNOILED SISAL ROPE HARDWARE- ALL LINES. PERFECTION OIL HEATERS-No smoke. Can be moved from one room to another. Saves i fuel. Strike a match while in bed and get up by a warm fire. For office or residence. mis out uai. haic urease uc uua corn scoop boards all lines. up oy a warm lire, ror oiiice or i We want your trade. We can offer you induceme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

#-o TUB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 86, ItII. Iwi \ & m * ! if I M WE assure you that at this store, you will see the right clothes. If you will come to nee them, we shall take genuine pleasure in showing thenn to you, and should you want to buy, wo can surely please you. Our Kail and Winter gathering unites the iutest and the greatest the latest stj les a>id the greatest values. It's an ex- position of style that will delight the eye of any woman who will come to see. To show those new goods is our greatest pleasure, for we know when a woman Is shown something that she likes at a price she wants to pay, she is sure to remember where to go for It when she gets ready to buy. You can learn more about the garments we sell in a few minutes si ent looking them over and trying them or, than wo could ever toll you. So we urge you to come and see them, and try them on and sao how you look in them. We would like very much to sell you your wearing appar- el this Kail. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

. * THE ig At 9 o'clock promptly Saturday, Sept. 5. Never in the history of this store have ready for your inspection. We have it you some very extraptdinary savings in srowded with bright new Fall goods. We in county and see the many new styles for Surpass those of the past. We are untiring is enjoyed in the past, and we are certain le's expectations. We strive always to >est served at this store. McKINNEY DRY GOODS CO. 1 ?A-.: 1*3 m ■J iMrfi xmmm •.f v / i"j liiH mi t . mm- [: J mm® tmm mmM sSCBSSfiT# |e Season's Best and Suits ^11 colors; keep their shaped All the very variety latest innovations in trimming and the latest style features are incor- ire these " porated in them. iy man- Come in early and see them. Its and fit and a Closes Saturday, Oct. % FALL OPENING SALE SILK PETTICOATS. Messaline and Jersey Petticoats, $5 and $G values at . .$4.75 $5.00 Petticoats at $S.75. Made of good Messaline or Taffeta, In black, white and new colors; deep plaited flounce with ruf- fle at...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

■ '■* '?'jiW ,. \ — FALL OPENING AND CUSTOMERS SATISFACTION SALE FOR 15 DAYS ONLY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1st, TO TUESDAY\ OCTOBER 15th We will Offer Big Money Saving Bargains Throughout the store including all the New FALL GOODS NEW FALL SHOES You'll see the newest ideas in Men's, Women's and Children's FOOT-WEAK styles if you VISIT my shoe Department. < If you have never worn a pair of Sandifer's Shoes its time you bought a pair. They are really better; the reason they are better is because I Pay more for them. FOR MEN $2.50, 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, and 5.50 A Specialty this Season. FOR WOMEN $2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50 and 4.00 A specialty this season. There is nothing deceitful about my shoes. They look good—and they are as good as they look. They are Shoes of integrity—Shoes to which I will give you my un- qualified endorsement with absolute certainty that they will not betray my confidence. You cannot be more particular in choosing the shoes I have this season, than I was when buying. My sh...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

fm FU n St. i i . I Hundreds of Styles to select from at this store. Selection is a Pleasure. THE PRICE we ask will make you buy. SEE OUR LINE OF CUT GLASS, SILVERWARE, HAND PAINTED CHINA, GRANITEWARE TINWARE, ETC. CROUCH-HARTZOG CO _j . . ' My two Btory brick stable 50x75 feet; large liall and rooms up- stairs; sheded lot adjoining brick 50x90 feet. Good location for rooming flat. "Bachelor Hall," livery business. Auto garage, im- plements, groceries, feed, wood and coal yard, etc. Situated 200 feet east of newly completed Federal building on Virginia Street and 250 feet of H. & T. C. and M. K. & T. railroads, union depot, also on main public road east. A. E. BUCK Box 192 McKinney, Texas. With Court Fitzhugh. Alex Burks who recontly returned home from Waco where he was soda disponcer in a drug store, has ac- cepted a similar position with Court Fitzhugh. Court enjoys a splendid fountain patronage and Alex is a good dispencer. Hold Joint Debate. Dr. McLarry made a Socialist ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

' y' I THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, Coming- HONK! HONK! Watch out for Smith's 1913 model Kissel Kar---it's coming. Repair Work —All repair work done by ex- perts. Prices reasonable. Sure Shot- ■Prevents puncture in tires. We sell it GARAGE C. J. SMITH, PHONE NO. 57 NORTH KENTUCKY STREET. LABOR CONDITIONS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER S8, 111!. WE ARE RECEIVING FERNDELL TOMATOES T'ltSr EH 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 store Phone us your orders. Ask for any- 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 94 AND 525. t We g nothing tree with our goods except Quality | to our Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. 2, 1912....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

,¥ r TH WBBKLY P1BMOORAT-* AZBTT1 , THPRBDAT, IBBR itlf. FIRST FALL SALE : i* Saturday, Sept. 28, to Saturday, Oct. 12f inclusive For the past month we have been receiving new goods daily—and now our store is crowded with the newest Fall merchandise in every department. In selecting this stock we have purchased only goods of known quality and standard brands. Starting the Fall business with a rush we inaugurate this great special sale—selling many lines of the most desirable merchandise far bnlow value. Our Cash Prices are the Lowest. Ladies Fine Tailored Suits and Shirt Waists In ladies suits we are showing all the new cloths and the latest styles dame fashion has decreed. Beautiful new Shirt Waists Embroid- eried Linens, Silks, Messaline and all over Nets $1.25 to $3 20 Ladies Suits in so many different materials & colors ^UawU 18 Ladies Suits, assorted $18 values on sale each $10 $15 H Pi 8 All Wool White Serge Suits $25 values 50 Ladies Extra Fine Tailored Suits in the seaso...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

I TUB WBEKLT DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THtJBBDXT, SEPTEMBER 26. 1®12. m i IU?y AT THIfe SALE! Big Reductions—2 5 to 50 Per Cent Discount Remarkable Values! I am soon to move my store to the old First National Bank Building on the west side of the square—my business has grown until I am forced to move to larger quarters. In order to reduce my stock and to celebrate this progressive move I will put on a SPECIAL SALE, BEGINNING OCT. 2nd, and lasting TEN DAYS and sell good jewelry at a big discount. This will be your opportunity to buy CHRISTMAS PRESENTS at a big saving and you can put them away until needed as it will only be a short time until Christmas. * Ten Big Days, Beginning Wednesday, Oct 2, and Lasting Until Saturday Night, Oct. 12 $15,000 STOCK OF FINE JEWELRY TO SELECT FROM \ 1-4 OFF on all solid gold, gold filled, gold plated and silver Jewelry, which include^Rings, Chains, Lockets, Cuff Buttons, and Fobs; Bar Pins, Brooches, Necklaces, Bracelets, etc.; silver plated ware, such as K...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

YOUNG WIFE / SAVED FROM HOSPITAL T«0 How Sick She Was And What Saved Her From An Operation. Upper Sandusky,Ohio. — " Three yean MP I vm married and went to house- e keeping. I was not I feeling well and could hardly drag myself along. I had such tired feelings, my back ached, my I sides ached, I had bladder trouble aw- fully bad, and I could not eat or sleep, lhad headaches, too, and became almost a ner- ' vous wreck. My doc- tor told me to go to a hospital. I did not like that idea very well, so, when I saw your advertisement in a paper, I wrote to you for advice, and have done as you told me. I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills, and now I have my health. "If sick and ailing women would only know enough to take your medicine, they would get relief. "—Mrs. Benj. H. Stans- BBBY, Route 6, Box 18, Upper Sandusky, [ Ohio. If yc I wlty, you have mysterious pains, irregu- backache, extreme nervousness, inflammation, ulceration or displace- ment, don't wait t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1912

TUB WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-G) THURSDAY, 8EPTBMBKR 2$, 1811. V.M... ,1.'t. MM NEW FALL GINGHAMS IN ALL WANTED COLORS «■ ii rS r-*I# Our Store is Now Over With New Fall Goods! «• ■ ■ ■„ ■. Our shelves are loaded with a more complete stock this season than ever before. We have priced all these new goods lower than they usually sell for. Buying from us means money saved. * Quilts, Comforts, , Bedspreads, We Have Them All Boys' School Suits We wiwh to Hhow every mother, who in contemplating buying a unit for her boy, these new Kail Suits, and convince her that they are bet- ter than the price asked for them. These arc made up right. Just like the boy wantH them—peg top, knick- erbockers ; all wool, and double sew- ed. We have them in the most popular shades for fall. $3.50 to $12.50 Women's Fall Shoes Right now is the time to buy your Fall Shoes, while our h'izcs are un- broken. We receive new shipments every day to help supply our all- ready full line. High button tans, patents, gunmetals and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

„ ,.-<W :Wr? . ."fefe K ■ 'w'ft,'*'. ' 'v * •••("'; TBUmtWH YEAR, NO. 85. THE HOOD ROUS Editors Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Democrat-Gazette.—As the good roads queetlon Is a leading is- sue at present it may intereet your readers to be told some facts which I learned on the pacific coast. '"About (our years ago the county of Los Angeles 'voted a good roadB bond Issue of $3,500,000. To give t you an Idea of the magnitude of this suih let me say It would pay all the taxes of Collin county for over eight- teen years and would pay the road and bridge-tax of Collin county for nearly eighty years. It should be considered that no part of this tax is expended within the city limits of Los Angeles or other cities in the county. Just as no part of Collin county's road, and bridge tax is ex- pended within the corporate limits of the towns of the county, for, al- though they pay their pro rata share of the road and bridge tax, they tax themselves in addition for all expen- (llturcs with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

\m<i T-OAZBTT®, THUBBDAT, f i m "Down By the Old Mill Stream" : Brings Before Us the Memory of Bygone Days The old method of milting was good in its time—the product was satisfactory because it was a decided improvement over the primitive method of making breadstuff. The scientific methods of modern milling have perfected the pro- duct. An example of modern milling perfection can always be found in a sack of "Home Made" White Billows None better from any mill, anywhere, at any price. Collin County Mill & Elevator Co. The Democrat - Gazette PVBLISHRD MVKRY THURSDAY. W. PerkinH, Walter It. Wilson, Ml tors, Publtohert* and Proprietor**. Oretnherrf Admits, Circulation and Assistant IIUHlneHH Manager. Watered as second-class mail matter To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name on the margin ef the paper or on the wrapper indt cates the time to which your mil) ssription Is paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper reg...

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

tm . OOP, #. IIXI — . 18 $ ihhhhhmmmsmhim The New Store Where prices are low in every department. BROWNLEE & SUDDATH w" THE NEW STORE BROWNLEE & SUDDATH tit:-') McKinney, Texas The New Stor Next door west of J. P. Dowell's hardware store. The Hammond old stand. BROWNLEE & SUDDATH _ 9 WJL' —XI we will offer the baying public extra low prices on Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, etc., in order to get acquaint- ed and get you acquainted with this new store and our low prices. To give you an idea of how we sell goods, we are quoting a few items below, and it will pay you to read each price carefully. We are making unusually low prices on Men's and Boy's Fine Shoes, as well as on Work Shoes. If you want good, solid leather Shoes, give us a trial. : : : Wen's New Fall Hats We sell Jno. B. Stetson Hats for $3.95 and $3.85 Also a regular Hat that will wear a year for 98c Staple ores s „ Dress Goods Per Yard Best Prints per yard ... 4c Outing Flannel . . . 10 to 5c Yard wide Domestic .... ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

WE WANT YOUR OCTOBER GROCERY BUSINESS And will treat you right on eyery purchase. if, "Take it from me, Kistler & Bristol are there with the goods."—Tommy. October is the month and this is the store. ;; If you don't buy your October Groceries from us ! we both lose money. j KISTLER & BRISTOL j TOP QUALITY GROCERIES. PHONES 04 AND 525. We give nothing Iree with our goods except Quality * < (> YOU "AUTO" SEE THE STYLES and beautiful fabrics being shown at this tailor shop The prices we are making on fall and winter Suits are sure to make you buy. Call today and let us show you. P. LESS WHITE Tailor 1 >e i ♦ 1 ♦ i ♦ >4 >♦ ♦ > 4 > • IS ♦ >♦ >♦ >4 . ♦ 4 4 11 AMERICA'S GREATEST FAIR AT DALLAS Wondrrful preparation* ion under wily for the tnrrnt )-*<•«- ruth nnniml mrrlliiK of the Ntntr K«lr of 1'riaii. Oct. 12 to Oct. 27 $75,000 In Improvements $75,000 In Awards Mont Magnlflccnt Offering In History. Finest Fnlr OrottndH In America. Mastodonl*; Amus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

*v: n No. 2 Wm^W mm I The Weekly THIRTIETH YEAR, MO. 35. McKINNBY, OOLLIN COUNTY, TEXAH. THURSDAY. OCT. 8, 1912. ONE DOLLAR PER "COLLIN COUNTY LOCtl HAPPENINGS ft ARDATH. Little Lynn Bomar 1b on the aicta list. Hr. Omer Moreland has gone to Ennls to work. Joe Bandy and family visited their ancle, Bob Johnson, Sunday. HIm Nellie Lawson and brother, Hunter, attended the ice cream sup- per at Fayburg Saturday night. Mra. Hattle Moreland returned! home Sunday from Anna where she had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Hra. Dave Jay. Sunday school was very well at- tended Sunday but we think the old- er people should come out and help. Everyone 1b welcome. Melvin Bates and Miss Audy Law- son accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilcox, drove to McKlnney Sunday afternoon and were united in marriage. Melvin is the son of Mr. Dick Bates of Now Hope and is a sober and honest boy who numbers his friends by his acquaintances. Miss Audy is the daughter of R. E. Lawson of this place and is a charm- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

This is My Choice of Duke's Mixture Presents" Adwik the many valuable prcsrnti now given away jrttfc Liggett &Myert Duke's Mix tnrrther« is something to salt eVery taste—and in thin all-pleasing satisfaction the pmMti «rr exactly like t.lir tobacco itself. For all classes 0fmemlike the selected Virginia and North (jmiliii* bright leaf that yes get is Now this famous old tobacco will he more popular tfcas ever—for It is now a Liggett &* flfyers lender, and is equal in quality to any granulated tobacco you can buy. If yon haven't smoked Duke's Mixture with the Liggett 6f Afycrs name on the hajr—try It now. You will like it, for there is no better value anywhere. For 5c you get one and a half ounccs of choice granulated tobacco, unsurpassed hy any in quality, and with ouch sack you get a book of cigarette papers FRKK. Now About the Free Present® The coupons now packed with Liggett Of flfyers Duke's Mixture are good for all sorts of valuable presents. These pres- ents coal you n...

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