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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

—r «• The McKinney Examiner SECOND SECTION. OFFICE OF PUBLICATION OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIL. Vol. 27, No. 42 McKINNEY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 11,1913 $1.00 Per Year I- Funeral Service of T B. Wilson CONDUCTED AT HIS HCMEj-BODV LOWERED TO REST IN PECAN GROVE CEMETERY. The funeral s ''vice of T. I). Wilson >*. cs conducted at his late home just .North of McKinney Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock i.i I he presence ot' a largo number of people who came from far and near. His sisters. Mrs. Dettle Hmberson, of I'iloi Point, his brother A. M. Wilson, and all the members of his Immediate family were present lo- to mmm. -;eiher with many other relatives, llis aged sister, .Mrs. Martha WalUs, hav- ing become prostrated, had io return o her home near Wallis Chapel, hence i ould not be at the funeral. The flo- ral offerings were beautiful. A pret- ly defign with the word "Papa" on it was noticeable, anotner "Gates Ajar" de~:g:i with the words: "A! Rest," and a broken wheel and others were strikingly...

Publication Title: Mckinney Examiner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPT. 11, 1913 HOT SPRMGS SWEPT BY FLAMES; LOSSES ESTIMATED AT $10,000,000 Si Hundreds of Families Homeless; Palatial Residences Are in Ashes. HUSBAND RESCUED i DESPAIRING WIFE HOT SPRINGS, AUK., Sept. 5.—The greatest fire in the history of Hot Springs has laid in as lies fifty or sixty city blocks and destroyed property to the value of $10,000,000. The blaze started this afternoon in a house occupied by negroes on Church street, near the Army and Navy Hospital, but the wind carried the flames away from that section of the city. At midnight the tire is still sweeping many structures. \ The fire spread from Church street across to Malvern avenue, destroying the magnificent Park Hotel, one of the largest in the city ; Cooper's livery stables, the water, light and power company's works and hundreds of business houses and homes. Then the wind changed again and carried the flames toward Central avenue. In a short time the entire southern section of the city...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

THE EXAMINER: MoKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPT. 11, 1913 3 A TEXAS WONDER The Texas Wonder cure« kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all Irregularities ol the kidneys and bladder In both men and women. Regulates bladder troub- les In children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on re- ceipt of J1.00. One small bottle Is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from this and other States. Dr. E. W. Hall, 25*26 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. INTERURBAN TIME TABLE. Northbound. Local cars pass 32 min. after the hour First car to Sherman and Deni- son leavea 6:32 a. m. First car from Dallas ar- rives 7:32 a, m. Last car to Sherman and Den- ison leaves 10:32 p. m. Last car from Dallas ar- rives 12:36 a. m. No car arrives at 11:32 p. m. Limited Cars pass at 8:47 a. m., 10:47 a. m., 2:47 p. m. and 7:47 p. m. Southbound. Local cars pass 10 min. after the hour First car...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPT. 11, 1913 k SPEAK UP Don't ever hesitate to let us know your requirements. AVe are here to serve you, and if we haven't the floods in stock we can yet them tor you on short notice. Everything in Staple and Fancy Groceries In fact we want you to appreciate that We are specialists in the: grocery line, and we arc here to sfrrve you—so don't hesi- tate to ask us. Kistler & Bristol Same Old Stand Mc Kinney Hot Springs Loss $6,000,000 SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT BUILD- INGS BURNED IN GREAT HOLOCAUST. Hot Springs, Sept. 8.—As complete an estimate of the loss as could be made today follows: Park Hotel and furnishings, $500.- 000. Public utilities, $350,000 to $400,000. Southwestern Telegraph and Tele- phone Company, $150,000. Garland County court house $200,- 000. Moody Hotel, $110,000. Hot Springs High School, $150,000. Cooper Bros., livery and transfer, $70,000. Central M. E. Church, $75,000. Iron Mountain freight and passen- ger depots, $35,000. Iron Mou...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPT. 11, 1913 t McKinneyMotorists Travel 4,000 Miles Be Wise Across the Horizon MR. AND MRS. JOE E. LARGENT VISITS NINETEEN STATES. Learn some i'aets about economy that will ai<l you in the stru<i<ile of lite. This ad. is written for the i • |i . express purpose of reminding you ol our stock or Fresh and Fine Groceries an<l our ability to serve you well in this line. A word to the wise is suflicient. You can know if « • yon will only investigate. S. T. HAMMOND > East Virginia. St. MeKinncv, Texas REVIVAL FOR CELINA. D. H. HAMER ARRESTED ^ Rev. J. S. Meason Announces to Be- gin September 19. r He v. .1. S. Meason, county evange- list of the Christian churches of Col- lin county, states thai Kev. lupoid of Oklahoma, will begin a meeting at Gel inn. September 10. The public is cordially invited to attend. -o-- WYLIE ITEMS. Sept. 6.—Cotton is coming in a hnr- .*$. Some predict that the crop will tie practically gathered within three or four...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

THE EXAMINESi MoKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPT. 11, 1913 RUB-MY-TISM Will cure your Rheumatism Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps. Colic, .Sprains, Bruises, Cuts anc. Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in ternally and externally. Price 25c W. -V/ I JEWELRY My stock of Jewelry is quite com- plete and 1 am nuie I ran fill your want* in the Jewelry line. I am satisfied with :i reasonable profit ami can save you money. J.F.Cole At North Side Dru<j Store McKinney, Texas I'VE BEEN HERE A LONG TIME- New Fall Samples 1 invite you to call at my tailor shop and inspect the new Fall Samples for suits which I have just received. New Presser I have just installed a 1013 model Hoffman Presser and am better pre- pared than ever to press your suits to yonr satisfaction for 50c W. M. SHIPLEY Collin County Teachers' Institue Following are the proceedings of the Collin County Teachers' institute for Wednesdaj. Sept. y: Convened in regular session Wednesday morning; opened in regu- lar...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPT. 11, 1913 lalaria or Chills & Fever description No. 6G6 i* prepared especially MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. i'c or six doses will break any can- and lakeu thea as a tonic the Fever v.ill not lurn. It acta on the liver better tbsn llomel and does not gripe or cickch. 25c AMERICAN BEAUTY' CORSETS Are corsets cf STYLE AND MERIT They produce proper poise, graceful and trim figure ctfects. AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS nre designed successfully to get these results and i:ny woman will be pleased with her figure improve- ment by wearing one of these corsets. ONE DOLLAR AND ABOVE The most popular rr.cd- ium price corsets made. FOR SALE BY IcKinney Dry Goods Co. >iffi i ili I HOPE THEY ARE INSURED your first thought, when you see a ighbor's house in flames. It's on an fortunate occasion like that when the '.ellenee of insurance is brought home us. Don't wait for your house to burn fore you think of it—DO IT NOW. out an insurance policy on your ine befo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 11 September 1913

zr~~ 8 THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPT. 11, 1913 MALARIAL DISEASES. How io Avoid Them and the Se- rious Conseqaences of Neg- lect, . "Fix me up something to knock tlie malaria, doctor," remarked a sallow fared, sickly looking man, entering a prominent physician's office tlie other day. The doctor stepped to his medicine case, took down a couple of bottles, mixed a preparation which he handed to the patient with the customary advice to •shake well and follow directions,' and resumed his seat. "Such cases are frequent," replied the doctor ill answer to a question. "The warm days and damp, chilly nights are certain malaria breeders and are most serious in those who have neglected to keep their stomach, liver and bowels in good condition. Such persons are full of the impurities on which the malarial germ thrives, and it is from this class that typhoid fever, pneumonia, Bright'* Disease, small pox and yellow fever claim most of their victims whenever these dis- eases are prevalent. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 20 April 1922

M ( -i | & £ Vol. 3G, No. 23. Office of Publication Opposite County Jail McKINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1922 16 PAGES TODAY - Section One $1.50 Per Year First Oil Sand Has Been Reached Salvation Army Target o! Wets IN WESTMINSTER TEST—WELL NOW DOWN 600 FEET—WILL BE- ING FENCED. It is reported that the test well be- ing drilled on the Walters farm near Westminster lias reached a depth of 600 feet, and that a sand showing un- mistakable signs of oil has been struck. The drillers are making ar- rangements lor a thorough testing we u nformed. A fence is now being < recti v. "ound the well. The con- tract calls for 3,500 feet. Rural Letter Carriers Here The Rural Letter Carriers of Collin County held a meeting in McKinney Saturday night with perhaps the larg- est attendance eve r had. Carriers from everv section of the county were present together with a number of Postmasters from over the county. A: 7:!lo the members and a few in vited guests met around a bountifully laden ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 20 April 1922

1 THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, APRIL 20, 1922 McKinney Examiner )E ■ )P CLINT THOMPSON, F. C. THOMPSON, J. FRANK SMITH Editors and roprietors. beds, nine o'clock bed time hours, and I all kids in bed. That's all that we | need to solve this age of crime, and I most of it is being committed by juve- niles.—Albany News. | o , SCOTT ANDERSON UBOTURED AT POPE THEATER SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One copy one year : : One copy six months : : One copy three months : : (By R. E. Hendrlx.) bk ^r" •AjlderHOn asked If the Genoa 'In Conference can be expected to succeed. ■0"c Just about as much as the Washington Arms Conference, where they Bcrapped Matter. PHONE No. 233. A HELL FOR THE CRIMINAL. Entered at the Postofflce in McKin- a few old tubs and agreed not to build ney, Texas, as Second-Class Mall any more battleships for a few years. Just about as much of a step toward peace as It would be to have a bunch of two gun desperadoes lay aside one gun. They didn't change tho hearts of men, he s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 20 April 1922

■i>) ■ *7* THE EXAMINER: MoKINNEY, TEXAS, APRIL 20, 1922 ANNOUNCING McKINNEY'S NEW : STORE 1 We take pleasure in announcing to the people of McKinney and surrounding territory that our new store will be open for business SATURDAY, APRIL 22 We are opening with a complete new stock of medium and high class merchandise and will be able to furnish your home complete from cellar to attic. Everything in furniture,'stoves, rugs, bedding, floor lamps, gifts, etc. OUR POLICY Will be to carry in stock at all times the best merchandise for the money. Our buyers are in close touch with the markets and you will be given the advantage of any change in prices. Our com- plete stock being new and bought on today's market we know we can sell to a good advantage. We will do both a cash and credit business. We want you to feel this is your store. Come in make yourself at home and lets get acquainted. & HUNTER-LARGENT FURNITURE CO. "McKinney's Exclusive Furniture Store" South Side of Square Phone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 20 April 1922

THE EXAMINER: McKINNET, TEXAS, APRIL 20, 1922 McKinney Examiner }S CLINT THOMPSON, P. C. THOMPSON, J. FRANK SMITH, ilitors and oprietors. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One copy one year : : One copy six months : : One copy three months : : $150 .85c ,50c Entered at the Postofflce In McKin- ney, Texas, as Second-Class Mall Matter. PHONE No. 233. Clean up- jou can. you can. Paint up—it Lesft you forget—if we were you, we would begin 10 interview the hail in- surance man. Dr. Truett reports more than 530,000 people have been baptized into South- ern Baptist churches. The Wylie Herald is better than for years under its new managers. Here's -our best wishes for their success. those figures again, poll tax this year? Did you pay your Anil Miss Annie Webb Pianion is a sister of Congressman Tlios. L. Plan- ion, who has been raising so much so much- "indignation" in Congress. Now just imagine, if you can, how a "pore lone Congressman" must feel with Brother Tom after him on one side and Sister Annie 0...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 20 April 1922

This Is The Last Week Of Our Sale Come This Week > THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, APRIL 20, 1922 Adam Bond & Co. North Side Square McKinney, Texas IN THE COURTS DISTRICT COURT. Hon. F. K. Wilcox, Judge. Mrs. Alice Taylor, Clerk. A. M. Wolford, County Attorney. Grand Jurors for May Term. The Grand Jury for the May term of I'i.tiict Com! will bp chosen from t!u following list of names of promi- nent citizens of the county: J. F. Cox, Anna. I'ortman Barker, Valdasta. fitly Rice, Piano. John Hale. Farmcrsville. C. J. Stinebaugh, Nevada. John F. Chandler, McKinney. Milt Whisenant, Allen. T. E. Neilon, Wvlie. John W. Haggard, riano. W. J.-*V'agner, Frisco. 1!. S. Hike. Farniersville. V. I,. Patrick, Celina. T. A. Curtis, Princeton. Martin Moses. McKinney. I.. Coffman. Josephine. Carl Weeks, McJjjinney Route fi. New Suits. I,. I). Man- W. A. Sneathen, debt. Ex Parte Mary Haley, removal of disabilities of minority. Nora Driggcrs I!. N. Driggers, di- vorce, custody of minor children, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 20 April 1922

THE EXAMINER: McKlNNEY, TEXAS, APRIL 20, 1922 High School Homerun King Adds Another 4-Ply Wallop To His String, Winning Game 7-3 Perhaps there was never a game ot ball played here that had so many thrills and exciting moments as the game yesterday when McKlnney High won from Denison High 7 to 3 on the Soutu Ward grounds. There were so many feature plays in the game that it would be hard «o mention the best, but what brought the crowd to its feet In wild excite- ment was the home run of "Babe" White. The game had run along in a hard fought affair witli the score tied at 3 and until the eighth inning, ana it looked as if it would go "Tuto extra In nlngs. The Denison pitcher was goinj; strong, but, for very poor judgment. Denison sent in a new man in the eighth and right there they threw tuu game away. Kimbriel, lirst up in this inning, drew a base on balls. Cox gave the second baseman an easy chaAce for an out. Then up came Big Babe with his trusty bat. The large crowd that was out se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 20 April 1922

* ■ _ 1 sdT^' THE EXAMINER: McKINNEY, TEXAS, APRIL 20, 1022 Farm Labor Union To Meet Here May 13 On Saturday, April 8th, despite the inclement weather, one of the largest usesmblies of farmers met in Piano that this little city ever witnessed. Delegates from each local throughout the county wa3 supposed to be here. However, the rain kept hundreds from reaching the convention. The object of tho conventions which meets once each month throughout the county, is for the purpose of dis- cussing and attending to tho business of the farmers in a unionized way by representatives or delegates from every local in the county. At present the organization has eighty-five locals with a total membership of 2687 in Collin county. The ladies of the organization brought baskets of dinner in the good old fashioned way, and were permit- ted, through the courtesy of our lum- berman. to spread it beneath his huge shed neor the Interurban station. Two long tables the entire length of the building were cro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 20 April 1922

w 'If I THE EXAMINER: McKlNNEY, TEXAS, AI'HIL 20, Jerome Soeed Jr. For District Clerk r- AC^O h I 5 CLAiM - BEFORE EX- AM ^.C'7. READERS AND EARN- r.';TLV SOLICITS THEIR VOTES. To th* lJ' r<iO'ratlc VoI'th of f'ollln bounty: Itrnl fJelH <-r;it«- coinpl- or. I hut" occltl''1 to )ii.l mit my r,:i, . to t.h<; voter* or Collli, county i.x a. < fi'lidati for ih< nomination for the poHiUofi < i rk of th< l>i-itrl'-t '"ourt of Collin County, ut tin primary «•!«-<-- t|on to b< h< if] .Inly fi, I K22 .-'in' iiiitj' auk why my announce- r;.<-nt ha< l/r-in delayed until now. In iiiiSW- r I will M :■ •- thill. I have been employed a* teacher of III'' Wetnel school, nn'l liavf f« lt that my tint# and energy belonged to lie < hlldren i.f hat community. Anil to feeling I havi: endeavored to f^lve ih' tn n 1 y itn* <1 iy.'I« d service Ju-t a1 I j.roiio:,u lo do for the people of ''olliti County. if elected to tlf jioxltlon to which I as- pire. 1 desire t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 28 December 1922

16 PAGES TODAY &f Section One amxttcr Office of Publication Opposite County Jail Vol. 37, No. 7 McKINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 1922 .50 Per Year I i / a From Charity To Homes of Wealthy TOUCHING INCIDENTS AND ONES OF HUMOR CHARACTERIZE EVE IN NEW YORK. New York, Dec. 23.—A Salvation Army lassie climbed the rickety stairs of a tenement of the lower East Sul. today to a room where an aged blind woman Rat. alone. "Ths S.ivation Army wishes you a merry Christmas and leaves this lit- tle gift to help you enjoy the spirit of the day," she said, placing a huge bag in the old woman's lap. About the same time, on upper Fifth Avenue, an indulgent father was trying to sneak a $15,000 silver-trim- liied roadster into the garage to help his only, daughter "enjoy the spirit ol the day." Somewhere in betweent these inci- dents perhaps lay the typical Christ- mas spirit which descended on New York with all its old-time fervor. Tree for Dogs. Salvation Army workers distributed about 25,000 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 28 December 1922

FV' I The Examiner: McKinney, Texas, Dec. 28, 1922 McKinney Examiner PRESS CLINT THOMPSON, Editors and F. C. THOMPSON, Proprietors J. FRANK SMITH, P SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One copy one year : : 91.50 One copy six months : : .16c One copy three months : : .60c Entered at the Postofflce la McKin- ney, Texas, as Second-Class Mall Matter. PHONE No. 2U. TALKING ABOUT PIKES Frisco is proud of her possession of several of the best pikes in the coun- ty. Let's all take the necessary inter est in these pikes, which cost us all the way from $10,000 per mile to 118,000, to see that they are kept up and that they give us service the longest time possible. This can be done by each person taking a person all interest in the investment, for we all partners in the deal, and when we find a place requiring five minutes attention get out of the car or down off the horse and put that five min- utes' time in right then. An example of time wasted may be found on the road to McKinney in the McKinney district...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 28 December 1922

The Sxaminbr: McKinney, Texas, Dec. 28, 1922 3 I ■ ■ * ;tS p1! ED IT'J WH 192: PAS HAI JA South Ward Principal Honored By Associates Pupils of Prof. J. W. Moseley, Mrs. Geo. P. Brown, Miss Rebecca Lovell and Miss Faye Malone, all in the up- stair rooms of the South Ward school, spread a bountiful dinner in the up- stairs hall of that school building at 12 o'clock Thursday, in honor of Prof. J. W. Moseley who for the past ten years has been principal of that school and was retiring on that day from the position preparatory to taking up his new official duty as county superin- tendent which office he assumes on Jan. 1. The South Ward school lias enjoyed the most remarkable era of progress and good work under the principal- ship of Prof. Moseley that it has ever had. Prof. Moseley is a bom teacher He is enthusiastic in his work and has the faculty of inspiring his pupils to do their best in their studies. He is an excellent discipilinarian and enters with spirit into the amusements of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 28 December 1922

The Examiner: McKinney, Texas, Dec, 28, 1922 McKinney Examiner KiEKfRFR^?---^ PRESS ON CLINT THOMPSON, Editors and F. C. THOMPSON', J. FRANK SMITH, Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One copy one year : : $1.60 One copy six months : : ,15c One copy three months : : .60c ■ntered at the Postofflce la McKin- ney, Texas, as Second-Clua Mall Matter. PHONE No. 2U. Lets make 1923 the "best yet." The breeders of fine horses, cattle, hogs, sheep and poultry in grand old Collin are "setting their pegs" for a great year during 1923. Well, now, if Christmas would Just come on Monday every year. Would- n't it be fine? And, yes we might sug- gest that the weather should be like it was this year. Fine old Christmas. Happy, Prosperous New Year to you. Dallas real estate transfers for the year up to Saturday totaled more than for the entire year of 1921, with more than $3,000,000 margin. The total for the week was $1,279,788 and made the nineteenth week of the year in which transfers aggregating $1,00...

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