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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903
* 0 ] I M a\ \v. S ti P f a w FROM FACTORY TO FOOT Th« . . tan, bu, ,1,.,', -h.t ™ do Z w. „u ~ ,=====—, ! posu.vely .,ory p«,t ,hll, le.„. If.., ^ ' Zl T .'" *nd ,n' •" ■""" • "« "> • iUiW, Invinoibl. «. ch.nl, ,.. for your l.b.r.l p^ronag, d.ri.(I<N , „„l „ d„rl ,„M ' '' ™* .... corner Wi.hin,.,, „ New Year, we ask you to call on us. ne' llaPP.v The zsmmtm, HERALD SHOE COHPANY J. A. Waters, Hanager. su san^izf? < t hers vo in en UMUt'SS the leading companies of its ate )1 the tamous Yetennar\ CM - nned until its trade is now confin- ed to no one locality, but is limited only by their ac- quaintance in Collin and ad- joining counties, and indeed all North Texas. And not Texas alone, but even other states are embraced within the scope of its business. The capital of this cornpa- tlemen compose the company is enough to guarantee its success and to satisfy every- one that it will carry out its every obligation. The president and general manager of course is looked to for the ...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903
IT IS WITH A GREAT DEAL OF PRIDE and PLEASURE! We call your attention to a new departure in the manufacturing of lione Star Joins Pants. Lone 8 tar Cassiinere Pauls, Lone Star Overalls. Lone Star Jumpers. Lone Star Work Shirts. Lone Star Drill Draw- ers. In a primitive way several years ago we started to manufacture the Lone Star Jeans Pants. Encouraged l>y the great success attending this ven- ture and in appreciation of the homo industry movement started by our ac- tive citizens last year, we decided to branch out. Ever ready to do our share in the upbuilding of our great state. And realizing that nothing could do our City and State more good than the devolopmentof the manufacturing interests, we decided that instead of buying much of our stuff abroad, we would keep our money at home and make more garments here. The fac- ory gives employment to Over two hundred per- sons Mostly Women, many of them the sole support of families. Our efforts have met with the hearty appreciation o...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903
B I ift THE EQUITY °f WOMAN SIFFRAGE ^'" F°rty ha st til 1* VN'l a I ac in it Wh; R if t c By Hon. JOHN D. LONG, Ex-Secretary of the Navy |S a matter of common scn.-o we all know that if wo contribute out of our property to a common fund, if we are taxed for a common enterprise, if our rights, our liberties, our persons, our children, are affected by certain laws, WE OUGHT TO HAVE A VOICE IN THE ARRANGEMENT, and if you doubt this try the experiment with a boilv of men and see what will eome of it. NOT ONLY IN MY MIND IS THERE NO ARGU. MENT AGAINST WOMAN SUFFRAGE, BUT EVERY ARGUMENT FOR IT. IN THE FIRST PLACE, EVERY EXTENSION OF INTELLIGENT SUFFRAGE STRENGTHENS THE BODY POLITIC. The broader the basis of your state the safer. In the next place the influence of woman has RE- FINED whatever circle it has been admitted into under conditions of its own self respect. History, homely experience, common observation, all coufirm this. WOMAN SUFFRAGE WOULD NOT DEBASE WOMAN AND POLITICS. It wou...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903
DR. M. S METZ Oa Its On Merita. tun 11 who spent hla sum of tilt' It. M. S. MKT/ IS A II In RiiuUuito of the old school, or Allopathic, and llomooopathic, having a thorough knowh'dgo of all meth- ods in each, and in Ins practice which is very extensive, uses that method, which lie thinks will he conducive to the best results. He is a graduate of the Hospital College of Medicine of Louis- ville, K.v., and of the Hunncmacn Hospital and College of Medi- cine of Chicago, III. Dr. Metz ufees the X-ray and Static battery in.his own special manner, not following, but lead- ing others in his original investi- gations, and adapting himself to all contingencies which may arise in his special practice. His meth- ods are original to a large extent and his success is wonderful in its results, lie is making a specialty of these treatments. This gentleman, never wanting to be behind the latest ideas in his profession and caiing nothing for time and expense when it comes to perfecting hunt-elf in t...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903
OR. EDWIN L. BURTON Practice limited to Kye, Eur, Nose and Throat. lloouis 14, 15and 1« Morrow block. Phone: ottlce Hii; residence i'O: hours !• to 12: 2 to 0; Sunday > y appointment. M'KINNEY - - - TEXAS FOR KABBIT HUNT. Citizens of Lucas Planning a liijs One. j|} Don't Take ii> Chances... ifc m ~ = - = = 3i IL On buying your footwear.' •v You take no chances when you buy WALK-OVER and X STAR—FIVE—STAR JJ SHOES. They are easy v.-earers and yjf purse easers. wo will make jkj you a nice suii to go with a pair very cheap. Fine Ties, W 1106iery,IIandkerchicf8,Etc. yhf Everything generally found in an up-to-date gents' fur- ?f? nishing store. u/ P * % tit tf/ ik ili 3/ ib & tf/ ifc to & cli tf/ (i tf/ tf/ tfi W. S. Coffey wa* here yester- day from his farm near Lucas and informed the Gazette that ar- rangements were being made for a big rabbit hunt in that commu- nity Wednes lay, the weather per- mitting. He stated that the farmers of the community had agreed to al- low hu...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903
HE O A Z K T T E election law are so many that j T. M. Cain of writer extends the it is impossible to give a de- compliments of the t til in this artiele. The Tax reason to every one who(Collector will give yon full next \ear will appear in the particulars. Remember if role of a candidate. The you have not paid your poll who is being mentioned in this connection. Judge Pearson of the Fifty Ninth Judicial district, Emorv who jcomposed of this and smiling visage of several such men can be seen at any hour of the day, and their cordial hand-shake is pro- phetic of a campaign that will be marked as an unpre- cedented contest in Collin county politics. The Gazette man is reliably informed by those who are "next" that there will be several aspir- ants for the different offices, in /act, not a place of much "pie" but will be sought for by some one, using a vulgar expression, "there is going to be something doing." Many a baby that for two years past has been sadly un- around this office. t...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903
| BRANNON BROS rite C Jazette takes pleasure in commending such tl, orough going bm-ine.-s en- .. . v v,, v. terpriscs and commend-their KANNON l.UCKs. (i. efforts to tho public. r->. I". and (M , caino to V4.. McKinney some four years ago from Sherman and have had chaige of the .MeKinney J. S.STANLEY Collin Co. Nat. Bank H C\ I in U KI 1 I. I I' (>!• .MeKIN 111- ■ >v n 11' !i \ci v V- luy and Collin county, lilt it- pi I'pm tmiis. Tut , won! I be hi unipli'li' i- ii >w <>h wit li • 'tit *i hi-tor v < ■ I the i wit Ii capital wi 1 mi rpla - of • County .\;11ii>1111 Hank. C.i-!i on h ind I II, lOil i- >"iu ol di p.i-ii | Steam Laundry since that time. That they arc well posted in their business i- woll known by their large and rapidly growing patron- age. To be a lanndryman, one must be able to please all mankind, and womankind too. This ihoy have done nd from present piospects "will continue to do. The equipment of Mc- j Kinney Steam Laundry has' grown'fro...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903
■ REVIEW OF Mc- Kinney and Collin county, their great material progress and development, would l>e sadly incomplete without a sketch ot a citi/en to whom this progress and! recreation. Ho is a Knight j^rees upon its graduates, of Pythias, a Itcdman audi The Business course, in an Elk. heing treasurer of charge of Prof, Stone, in- jthe M< Kinney Redmen andicludcs hook-keeping, Coin- he conducts a private bank-i k"*'* lodges. He ha* j merciul Arithmetic, C« mmer- ing business and it) the tu. jv™ Uth .. valued ...ember ci l I.aw Itusine*. Cones- . 14 . |of the City Council and has pomlence, Penmanship, Spel- pacity of that typical Amen- . . ! 1 -- 1 ^ , ; 1 . served as mayor pro tcm. JESSE SHAIN can product of the present ' ^ gj,,,;,,* day—a keen, far-sighted, genial, is a . . , , .. , . ...whole-souled, hig hearted broad minded "captain or ,, , ,.. . .. . , , , . gentleman and public spirit- industrv, he exercises a , ... . . .' ,, , . . , . ed citizen, list in the prune lUenera...