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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

fr ■ '. h •1.00 PER YEAR. McKINNKY, COLLIN COUNTY, TKX THURSDAY APRIL 1H, 1 07. VOL. , NO. 11. i, \ > > \ y. id V;* FOR WIRELESS . STATION HERE Dr. C. E. Whitney, representative o( the Pacific Wlreloss Telegraph Company, 1b in McKlnney, Interview- ing the business men In regard to the establishment of a wireless tel- egraph station here. This company Is now establishing stations and tak- ing In the entire United States, be- sides is in dally communication with the Oriental countries and Pa- cific Islands, and with thirty steam- ers on the Pacific ocean. The local- ity of each steamer is given in the coast papers every day. The sys- tem has been carried on in the Pa- cific coast for the past five years and it is stated that its success has been fully demonstrated. Dr. Whitney states that shares will be sold only In llmltod amounts In each town and ho Is assured of disposing of the necessary number of shares to leave no doubt of the installation of a station here. Fifty-seven st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

I W ¥ gpSi.' Wm ll'-'h- PURE DRUGS THERE is good as well as bad in everything. The question is, how are people going to tell the good from the bad. When you want the medicine that will do you the most good, go to some responsible local firm, and ask them for the best medicine. R. E. Bristol, McKinney, Texas have been appointed wholesale agents of your county for Thb American Pharmacal Co., of Evansville,* lnd., and to handle their celebrated line of medicines. They will recommend these remedies every time, and they do thin because they know that each one is compounded with great care, and each is the result of long years of study and experience. What is more, if you are not satis- fied with the results, they will gladly refund your money. Every remedy is guaranteed and conforms with the Pure Food and Drug Law, a law which will do away with all fake cures and fradulent medicines that have been a source of constant danger to the unsuspecting public for bo long. The dealers who handle ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

It. K. CAKmiKH'H OPINION. Exceptional Bargains! What n Collin County Man Who Hmn Been on Simmons Huucli Thinks of It. IN Pianos and Organs Also Singer Sewing Machines. > Having been in the Piano and Organ business in Collin County for the pant twelve (1-') yoars, and having Hold during that time only makes of demonstrated merit—Kimball, Estcy, Hamil- ton, Camp ft Co.,—which have met every requirement and de- mand of my trade, men the most fastidious, I feel justified in soliciting a continuation of your support and patronage during the current year. 1 am in a position this year not only to meet the keenest competition possible, but to even go further than that—to give you Bargains in Pianos and Organs that you| will at once recognize and appreciate. Among other reasons lor this very favorable situation, I have made a material reduction 111 the number of salaried salesmen, ship altogether in Carload lots and do not practice the very unjust custom of paying com- missions to teacher...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

! — Published avery Thursday. TOM W. PMMC1NB ♦ , WALTER B. WIMON J Publisher* and Proprietor*. Chester Lee No. 2240 Highland Denmark, 2 30 WA HUE. "' , gabeorlber*: -The (UU prlnwd oppose IgX&Si ■onAttoa la paid. AU aubaorlptlona espir) on Ulrii of the month. Aajr sAsortbst act ra- •trl b« th« paper regularly will plow* notUyua Wp to oat M>ad Moalpw for money paid on aba rlplloop, but oradlt umn on ellp ••uohtnJ •0 jumt. ll 0**111 la nat ahown na slip In leo *T n">m .lets of remltunoe, notify thla offoe. Subscription ilaUii One ropy one year $1.00 ■ a i . . J'JLUll1" Entered as second-class mall matter. BlcKlnucjf Texas, April 18, 1007. McKinnoy must not allow a drouth to cut short her new side- walk crop. James H. Eckles, controller of United States Treasury under Cleve- land's administration, was found dead in bed Sunday morning at his home in Chicago. Heart disease was his malady. He was a banker of much repute. The host way to make others hap- py is to be happy yoursel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

mf- 1 ACTS OF THE REGULAR SESSION OF THIRTIETH LEGISLATURE OF TEXAS A Session or Unusual end .Arduous Labor. The Most Important Platform Promises Are Enacted Into Laws. 1 1 i * v Austin, Texas, April 13.—From .Jan- uary 8 till 2 p. m. yesterday the Thir- tieth Legislature of TexaH made luws and made history, and n resume ot the work done shows much admirable accomplishment with some things ol questionable expedience. There were 730 bills introduced in the House and 31G lu the Senate, making a total of 104fi bills in both branches. Of this number there were about GOO local measures, which left something over 500 general bills to be considered, and out of this num- ber approximately 135 were passed in both branches. Out of that num- ber 96 were House blllH and 39 Sen- ate bills. Thus It will be observed that about one-third of the bills were passed. These tigures do not Include the local bills, there being probably 450 of these local measures which have passed at this session Of ull t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

, r TOM W WALTER B. WILSON ftblliben sad Proprietor* wui, April 1807. SIXTEEN PAGES a t: WEDNESDAY. W. 8. King or Altoga was in Mc- Klnney Tuesday. He bad the mla- louuue Sunday to lose a valuable luaie which died of blind staggers. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Franklin went to Piano today to attend tbe funeral of the latter* brotaer, G. W. Weav- er. AUTHORITATIVE (PUBLIC MEETING Miss Rheta Scott of Vlncland was In tbe city yecterday after having Just closed her school at the Dallas County Line school bouse. Master Avery Bearden id suffering from a broken urni sustained in a fall recently. He is a son of T. B. Bearden who lives on South Ten- nessee street. f v Mrs. Clint Corwin, who has been visiting her father, Bud Newman and sister, Mrs. Lillle Harris, re- turned to her home at Dallas this afternoon. J. W. Cunningham of Abilene is In the city. Mr. Cunningham is a brother of Senator Cunningham who defeated Senator Hawkins in the Abilene district on the Baily Is- sue. ! Will J. Rhea left toda...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

ifi . .. r. ■■ p■ WMP BRIGHTENS UP THE HONE THE gloomiest room in the house can be made bright and cheerful with the right sort of WALL PAPER. Proper colors must be chosen. We will assist you in picking harmonious shades, from the best line of wall paper made. One of the strongest features ot our stock of wall paper this year is the perfect blending of colors. The most agreeable, pleasing and artistic effects have tjeen selected. Tints and tones for every room in the house. We have all necessary requisites for liouse-cloaning Smith Bros. McKinney, Texas. * i V y/mnw Simmons m M; 1 - Ho For the Finny Tribe! supply your needs in Lilies—silk, linen, braided tiax or cotton lines, cotton startup: for trot lines. Trot lines complete. FLOATS AND CORKS—All kinds of floats, cork, wood and Allen's Patent Poles cane poles, split Bamboo, Bristol steel rods. Minnow buckets and seines. Hooks all sizes and varieties. C omplete outfits from Jiic to $^5. J. P. DOWELL, Hardware and Furniture. McKinne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

e 11 *'' ,' f Proprietors. printed opposite i of the (wpor or on th* your «>ub- uttr) on Any aubrcntMr o?t re- ' rifslarty will pl«*M notify ua M the flnta to wnioh . All *ub«ortptMw i tnth. Any aubaont i r a«ipu (or moaoy paid on i tfradll mbi* on ulip ••uohcd 11a not shown on atlp In ton tat ramiiUooa,notlty this of Subscription Hates one year 91.00 as Hecond-clau mail matter. MviJnnry .1. ".ii . Texas, April IS, 1Q0T SIXTEEN PAGES i\ow that they hare gone to weighing soul*, maybe it won't be so hard to convince the average muu that he has one. m About the best use the automobile has ever been put to is about to bo lhaugurated. Six are being con- structed for a trip to the North Pole. The auto fiend has boen many times consigned to a wanner place, wo know, but in the finul analysis it will be just about as un- comfortable up at the pi ,e as down somewhere else. Ab will be noted in the advertis- ing columns of this paper, the Ses- ame club will have charge of Ward- en & Bran...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

'Wi* - ■ . ,, . ALL OVER THE COUNTY. right and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. LUCAS. April 16.—Mr. Hervle Walker and Jfe of McKinuey vlBlted relatives last week. r. Tom Spurgeon w«b a Fort orth visitor laat week. Mrs. Charlie Cook und little sot Shannon, of Wylle are visiting rel- atives here. Sewra", from here attended the carnival ai Piano. Miss Cattle Brown visited friends near Piano Saturday and Sunday. MIk Gesorgla Newsom who haH been teaching school, returned to her home at Cellna Saturday. She la a fine teacher and has many friends who wlFh her much success. Mr. Allen Lovell of Cellna visited relatives here Saturday and Sun- day. Several from this place attended chi/Vch at the Bast McKlnney church Sunday. Our merchant, Mr. Edd Knight, wus In McKlnney one day last week. Mr. Silas Walker and family of cKlnney visited Mrs, Deanle Moss recently. The Ladles Aid Society of the hrlstlan church is progressing nice- ly. Little Virgil Deal I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

5= u - \ i w m : Gasoline Ranges e We have the most complete line of Quick Meal Gasoline stoves and ranges on exhibition <n our store and If you expect to cook this sum- mer and keep cool and be in a good humor you can only accomplish it by using a Quick Meal Gasoline Range. Wo guarantee them to be absolutely safe and to be the only stove that will not explode. See our new line Just opened. Prices range from S3.00 to $33.00 Crouch-Saigling Co McKitwey, TXxas. TAX ON BLACK LANDS. Proponed Inriraw Declared to lie Wrong in Principle. McKinney, Texas. April 9.—Dal- ly Courier-Gazette and Weekly Dem- ocrat-Gazelle: So;rie of the reasons why the proposed increase in the tax of the black lands, I. e., the raising of the present assesnient from $15 to $20 to $40 and $50 is wrong in principle, unreasonable, burdensome and unjust. Shall use numerals to better illustrate my opinion of such an oppression act. | 1. Because it Is undemocratic, being an act which can only be en- forced by the u...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

JJ ' ,W - -fl , , ■■ . :J ? i ■■:<; > —— _ 5S K N I G H T S TheseasonJis far advanced and owing to the backward conditions of crops, continued cool weatbether, etc., we must move many Spring Goods now in our house during the next 13 days. In order to do this we |cut the prices and mauv lines of new, seasonable merchandise—will be closed out regardless of profits. The goods must go. The opportunity is yours to TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE BARGAINS. MONDAY, APRIL.22 TO MONDAY NIGHT, MAY, <ith K N I G H T S New Lawns and Spring Suitings at Special Prices 1000 yardsjdress Lawns New Patters worth this sea- son 7 1-2 special price per yd 6c Big Stock Pretty lawns, Stripes, polkadot, figures, etc. on sale yd - 10c 15 pieces Biege Suiting, Pretty Patterns, nice for spring wear, all out choice the yard this sale 10c it AMERICAN BEAUTY'' Corsets. New Styles Just Received Tape Girdles Each only 25c Big Stock Corsets assorted styles, short and medium lenghts, with hose supporters attached e...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

^ 1 * *V",% f' '?§ *W:M ,„11 1m ':s;- (. si 1 fe fi flitis' •> ■ Same Quality For W> \M BROS. It's Better Here w For tfj A| LESS |Z gr Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery, Ladies Skirts and Waists We ask that you visit our home store. You will always feel at home here. We have the grandest stock at Just Right Prices you ever saw. Remember no weakly, windy sales, but just right treatment and lowest possibly prices every day. Remember we try to sell Better Quality for Less and if it's new we have it. Read the following few prices culled from our mammouth stock of new spring goods: Clothing SUMMER is the time when men often sac- rifice appearance for comfort, but with a two- piece suit y°u are still cool and dressy. Our Clothing Department i* complete in every detail. We have by far the prettiest Suits, ever shown in North Texan, Ht popular prices. Here you will Hud the style, quality, Ht, pat- tern. make up not equa'ed in McKinuey, for the dress-up wear; ask to see those prett...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

T ffemendotts Cttt-Price Sale Pearl Buttons on Sale Think of it, Pearl bat- tons, on sale at 2c doL Sale starts Saturday, April 13, lasting until Saturday April 27. We place on sale at Tremendous Low Prices New Silks, New Woolen Goods, New Slippers, New Skirts, New Waists, at prices that will pay you to come many many miles. TREMENDOUS CUT PRICES ON QUILTS $[.50 white Quilts* Several patterns to select from On sale lot $1.25 [.25 kind white Quilts all out in one On sale 95c NOW WATCH US SELL QUILTS TREMENDOUS CUT PRICES IN CURTAINS 24c 76 cent per pair kind, Lace Curtains we are going to sell them single cur- tains this sale $1,25 per pair Curtains, the kind that washes AO** On sale at 4vV WATCH US SELL CURTAINS Laces on Sale, German Torshon Laces, on sale at 4c yd The Fair Store THE PRICE IS THE THING T±l±^ Muslin Pants on sale, children Muslin Pants on sale at 10c pair LOW PRICES ON TABLE DAMASK AND TOWELS \ 75c kind table Damask full 2 yards wide about 60 yards in hII On sale at ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

s" \ ' Poor Paint it Expensive \ lim > H—whimw 1^'% : i ■'■'v." C ' If one is rich enough to repaint hi* building* every year for the pleasure of having a change of color scheme, the quality of the paint used may cut little figure. But if it is desirable to Cut the painting bills down to the least amount possible per year, it is of the utmost importance that the paint be made of Collier or Southern Pure White Lead andthebeitof Lln«eedOil. There are imitations in the form of alleged White Lead, and there are substitutes in the form of ready-prepared paints. We guarantee this White Lead to be absolutely pure, and the Dutch Boy on the side of every keg is your safe- guard. Look for him. SEND FOR BOOK "A Talk on Paint." kItim ralunl>l<> Infor- mation «n the I mi lit •ulijm-t. Hontfreo upon roqumt. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Ave. and loth St., 8t. Louii, Mo. For nale by all dealers. TRINITY. April 11.—MiM Anna Stiff la at home to spend vacation. Mlssea Grace aud Kdua Mallow ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

;;V"^ , . ' A iV * m iMr m, * K LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S ■ VEGETABLE COMPOUND b acknowledged to l>e the most «uc- ful remedy iu the country (or those painful ailments peculiar to women. For more than SO years it has been curing1 Female Complaint*, ■neh as Inflammation, and Ulcera- ou, Falling and Displacements, d consequent Spinal Weakness, ikache, and is peculiarly adapted to the Change of Life. Records snow that it has cured more cases of Female Ills than any other one remedy known* \ Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound dissolves and expels Tumors at an early stage of development . Dragging Sensations causing pain,weight, and headache are relieved and permanently cured by it* use. It corrects Irregularities or Painful Functions, Weakness of the Stomaeh, Indigestion, Bloating, Nervous Prostration, Headache, Gene- ral Debility; also, Dizziness, Faintness Extreme Lassitude, "Don't care andwanttobeleftalonft" feeling, Irritability. Nervousnesa, Sleeplessness, Flatulency, Melancholia or...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 April 1907

.. . 'ft i •1 i -— / p*v- m {& mf > & Df.PRICE'S CfttA Baking Powder Is 80 perfect In Its make, so simple Infuse, that begin- ners In cooking^may work with it \ successfully It makes home baking easy# and makes nicer, better food than the baker's«\ Nothing can be substituted for It In making, quickly and perfectly, delicate hot * biscuit# hot breads, muffing cake and pastry# pfliet BAKINO NWDIR CO. CmOAOflf SATURDAY. Mrs. J. A. .lanes and little daugh- ter, Lucile, are visiting the former's sister, Mrs. Geo. M. Wilson, and fa- ther, Scott Allison. Lost—Black morrocco pocket book containing a five dollar bill, check signed by Miss Mary Love. P. & L. E. railroad permit. Return to Rev. J. M. Bell and get reward. 8-dwtf Rev. J. B. Oober and B. M. Bill- iard returned last evening from Prosper, where they have been at- tending the conference of the Mc- and Henderson. Kinney District Epworth League. which will continue through Sunday. A great meeting Is reported. Fri- Prlnee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1907

« ■*' I-Mi- <* Sr. Democrat- 1.00 PER YKAR. McKLNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AH, THI KMDAY, A PHIL tfift, I90T. VOL. 1M, NO. 12. HRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CONVENTION ADJOURNS 67 The Christian Endeavor Conven- tion of the Dallas District which has en In session at the First Chrls- an church,here since Friday night, ^closed Sunday night after one of most Interesting and enthusiastic eetlngs In the history of the dls- rict organization. Bufore ad jour n- ent L. O. Harvey of Dallas was re- lected district superintendent, and lano wan selected as the meeting lace next year. * • • • urday Night'** Service, The following program was cur- led out Saturday night: Theme—Meeting Jesus to work 1th him. Devotional—I want to be a work- r for the Lord, Open Parliament—In your oppor- tunities In Christian Endeavor what lans or methods have you used to ork with Jesus, P. M. Grant, Fori orth. Address—Opportunities In Chrls- an Endeavor, by Christian Endeav- rers, Rev. C. L. Dickey. • * * * * inday's Services....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1907

L r r !■ Constipation, Headache NHhini from diwnUrt of tba Uvar, •r* mi ttnuMMMt; tu upon hMlth im Caristedt's German Liver Powder K««. U. •. Pat. Off. baa bMa nod for 60 ran to praraot or earn thM* dlaordm. It works wonder*. A prcaorlptinn UNd bf tOtruMn pbyaloiui tor otw Myttri In his practice both in Europe and tbla ooontry. AH Intfbto tSc ul l.00 Battle* ar by mall frwa <Th« American Phariracal Co., Evansvills, Ind. E. E. Bristol, McKinney, Texas OTTO'S Nature s Priceless Specific for Coughs, Colds, La Grippe, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Sore Throat and All Lang Trouble Prka 25c and 50c In order to get rid of your Cold quickly take a few doses of C'arlstedi'a German Liver Powder. It Bamovaa the Oauae. THE AMERICAN PHAfiMACAL CO. UVAMtlVU.l.i:, 1MU. y< fCa Science Canaot Produce a Better lamed? trlct Court to anjotn gamblers from committing a crime, and yet they did it, and ara doing it, and will do It— even in the face of the new law.— Mineral Wells Index. That's it, is it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1907

r t — — t, ' ixceptional Bargains! IN Pianos and Organs Also Singer Sewing Machines. Having been in the Piano and Organ business in Collin County for the pant twelve (1 ii) yeans, and having Hold during that time only makes of demonstrated merit—Kimball, Estey, Hamil- ton, Camp ft CO.,—which have met every requirement and de- mand of my trade, e\en the moHt fastidious, I feel justitied in soliciting a continuation of your support and patronage during the current year. I am in a position thin year not only to meet the keenest competition possible, hut to even go further than that—to give you Bargains In Pianos and Organs that you will at once recognize and appreciate. Among other reasons for thin very favorable situation, I have made a material reduction in the number of salaried salesmen, whip altogether in Carload lots and do not practice the very unjust custom of paying com- missions to teachers and solicitors to induoe them to recom- mend my pianos, thus dealing directly, frankly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1907

S-1 ■ i" # : J ':i S" v;:1"'v: ." H'r' \T« Democrat-Gazette. iblished Brery Thursday. I® TOM W. PHRKIN8 ' WALTEK B. WILSON Publishers and Proprietors. THW—PIP^— -Th« <M printed oppoalt* MUM on the margin of th« paper or on th« adloaiee Ue time to which your aub- inU. AU •ubacrlptlona ezptrs on the month. Any eubeorlber not re- strl BC Ue paper regalarly wUl plaaae notify ua raoelpte (or money paid on oredlt eame on allp attached la sot shown on ellp in tan data o< ramlttanoe, notify thie offloe Subscription Kates One copy one year 91.00 Entered as second-claas mail matter. McKinney, Tr* *, April 2.1, 11)07 The first cutting of alfulfa In Col- lin county han been saved in fine shape. Commencement days are rolling around and the small boy longs for emancipation from the school room. One McKlnney produce dealer shipped about fifty thousand «Kgs to a Dallas cold storage during last week. An unusually strong market price for eggs at this early season was paid to the farmers for the...

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