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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1907

fff IRB :: ^ ' « WE CARRY THE BEST From the Nation's Greatest Clothes Builders We offer you in the Clothing we handle, quality, highest possible quality, and you get style and fit too. Come to see us and let us snow you through, and you can readily see that Real Clothes • - AUTHORITATIVE ALIEN ADVICES 1' n last at uuy •v-.vj We Carry (\ m I Tr\Vl m1 1907 Home of Kui^wiJxmw Chicago : What ever form and color you may desire we can please you. Suits for men, youths and the boys. STETSON HATS DICK ALLEN The Home of Good Clothing. McKinney, Texas. TAXCKK CURED. Success of Dr. Mayfleld Who Has Lo- <-u(<m! In .McKinney. Never mind what old fashion- ed people tell you. Style and comfort can live together in a §air of shoes. The "Suttle hoes" prove it. Vhey are the utmost height of style, yet are the most comfortable shoe ever made. You must see the new models we have juft received. They are the handsomest that have been out for many years. $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, and $3.50 April 25. Owi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1907

'Vi. -1 - ■ . - J, Th a radar. •M ■ ,, ^ ^ B. WILSON ud Proprietor*. is—TIm 4ito printed opposite maifrln at Ummmt or Oa th« _ j Uw time to wfilo* jroor rab- id All •uteortptlona expire oa t of tl« MOetb Any nuMorlbcr not n- I tha papsr rafalartjr will please notify ua HtmlnodMi tor MMjr mM m teas, bat credit mm on dip attached dtt la not shown oa alto in Un of raotttaaoa, notify thfa BnbacripUon Ratw copy owe foar fl.00 stored as second-class mall matter. McKlnney, Tex**, April 35, 1907. TWELVE PAGES Man'* greed and wastefulness should be no argument against na- ture's liberality. If President Roosevelt tells the truth, there are a great many other men who do not. Which Is it? An exchange says that New Jersey will tax whiskers. This Is a serious menaee to the welfare of microbes. Wherever you And man vain of his knowledge, you will be Bure to And one who 1b entirely unac- quainted with the great extent of his ignorance. Whatever other qualities go to make up tact, we will have to c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1907

•PROFESSIONAL OEPARTMEN1 ITEMS OF VARIOUS PIIOFES- i SIGNS GROUPED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC Invited to Culumiu In Which Are No- tices of Doctor*, Dentists, Lawyer*, Notarlen, Etc. T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. .Foot* House. Phone 203. McKinney. DR. R. L. BURTON, Specialist, eye, ear, nose and throat, McKinney, Texas. DR. J. O. GREER—Office upstair* over Contfoental Bank, north side square, McKinney, Texas. Phones: Residence 608, office 609. JAM EH LEW IN, Veterinary Sur- geon, prompt attention; office phone 339; North Kentucky street, McKin- ney, Texas. F. G. HEDGES, Dentist, upstairs ^Shaln block, east side. Residence phone 28. Office phone 412. Mc- Inney, Texas. Dr. W. E. Rucker, office In Foote House, second floor, southwest cor- ner. Phones: Office 46, Residence 177. Dr. J. E. Hunter, rooms 14, IK and 16, Morrow block, northeast corner square. Phones, office 97; residence 663. T. T. Webb, Justice of the Peace, and ex-offlcio Notary Public, always appreciates notary work ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1907

iM,'" 1 *• Artistic Products of Millinery Artists THE HATS WE HAVE ON SALE Having confidence in the hat you buy is half the satisfaction—and your purchase is always one of lasting pleasure in the wear. To see our styles—the productions of artists—knowing they are all that we claim—lends you confidence and eale to be made is whole-hearted—your decision a final one. Cool Weather Accumulations During the cool period, Mrs. Marshall and assis- tants have received a big new lot of Trimmed Hats that assures a pleasing selection to any lady or girl who has not yet bought her spring or summer hat. 50c to $15.00 is ample range of values to suit any purse. J. D. Stiff, Manager, McKiuney, Tex. ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. NEW HOPE. April 22.—Farmers are h11 up with their work. Corn 1b looking well and has been worked over. Some have a stand of cotton. It la hoped the nice rain which fell Sun- day will bring most of th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1907

■f* ■ Chester Lee No. 2240 CHESTER LEt N? 224-0 n wish to inform the public that theCflrm of Massle A Miliar is diB- solved and that. I am located on S. Tennessee street, one mile from the McKinney Ceurt House. Come to the barn and let me show you the best stable «f breeding stock in the State. Chester Lee 224* (1st prize sad- dle stallion at World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904. GamPNBw 27708, the best bred trot- ting herse in the er.nty. A good in- dividual and splendid breeder. Heinrlch 1754—French coach size, style and action unequaled; perfect disposition and a great breeder. His colts are large and good form. WutkiBx' Pride, Tennessee Jack, black, 15 hands standard. Horses gaited and hadled for the public. Call for catalogue and terms. «. V. MILLAIt, JR. W. A. Massie J. H. Murphy Pecan Hill Stock Farm Massie & Murphy, Props. . ' • * •' . - 1 ' fafcttefCdSM 1 AA vV ! a., r I T V-:: Jl * • . * w ■ + • ' .A mfmP* -y-: ■> -'"r; ■r* !-] • " • * utm MRS. W. L SMITH A Host Estimable ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1907

& 8H MM' % Painting for Profit No one will quwtion the *uprrior appearance of well-painted property. The question that the property owner asks iss "Is the ap|iearante worth the cost?" Poor paint is for temporary appear, ance only. Collier or Southern Pure White Lead few Paint is for lasting appearance and for protection. It saves repairs and replacements costing many times the paint investment. The Dutch Boy trade mark is found only on kegs containing Pure White Lead made by the Old Dutch Process, n SEND FOR BOOK "A Talk on Paint." |tn valuable Infor- mation on th« paint ■nhjtx-t. Kent fret upon tmjumit. All l*<ut ptwk*<' In ltm hrart tkit mark. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Ave. and 10th St., St. Louia. Mo. For Bale by all dealera. FRIDAY. F. IJ. Brooka left today for Wich- ita Falls to visit hl« brother, W. P. Brooks. A. C. TUlery and family left today for Dallas where t':ey will reside in future. W. Murdock has gone to San An- eonlo to attend the "Battle of Flowers." Mrs....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1907

& WORKING WOMEN, *WHAT THEY SHOULD KNOW MRS.SADIE ABBOTT Women for the most end art their lives at home, and ^t i« these part ape ( . It 1b tn« women who are willing and ambitious that their homes shall be kept neat and pretty, their children well dressed and tidy, who do their own cooking, sweeping, dusting and often washing, ironing and sewing for the entire family, who call for our sympathy. Truly the work of such a woman it "never done" and is it any wonder that she breaks down at the end of a few years, the back begins to ache, there is a displacement, inflammation or ulceration of the abdominal organs, female weakness is brought on, and ic struggle of that wife and mother continue her duties Is pitiful. Lydla E. Plnkham'a Vegetable impound, made from native roots d herbs, is the exact medicine a man nee<ls whose strength is ovcr- ed. It keeps the feminine organs in a strong and healthy dondition. In preparing for childbirth and re- cuperating therefrom it is most effi- ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1907

Or IB®® . ? M: Ep?$,': I m mi FOR STATE VOLUNTEER FIREMEN'S CONVENTION The Canton No. 12 Planter i automatically out of , — breaking the teeth In protected by patents, can be found taly Cream Baking Powder jUscd in Millions of Homes." 50 Years the Standard. A Pure, Cream of Tartar Pow-i der. Makes finest cake and pastry, light, flaky bis- cuit, delicious griddle cakes, palatable and wholesomea Note. — Avoid baking powders made from alum. They look like pure powders, and may raise the cake, but no one can eat food (mixed with alum without risk to heakh. MONDAY. T. V. Llttlejohn left this after- noon for Denlson. Mo ia traveling for an optical company. Miss Jewell Roberts of Van Al- styne Is the guest of her cousin, Er- nest Wilson. Mies Ethel Lewis, who was the guest of Miss Ona Mussle During the Endeavor Convention, returned to her home at Piano today. ed the newsy quality of our big weekly. Glad to have his commend- ation. HA I LEV NOT AN ISSUE. Statement .Made .From .McKinney Citi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1907

t - • y : ' ■ ; iDcehln democrat- •1.00 PER YEAR. McKINNKV, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AH, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1907. VOL. 24, NO. 18. HEMMING WIPKD OCT. County Hamlet UwtroyHl by Ojrelone. \ Denton, Texan* Apr. 29.—Five persons were killed and between twenty-five and thirty were Injured In the tornado which wiped out tht> hamlet of Hemming, In Cooke coun- ty, late Saturday afternoon. The town is eight miles northeast of Pi- lot Point, off the railroad and tele- phonic connection was cut off by the storm putting the wires out of commission. The path of the storm whs about 250 yards wide and covered a scope of territory about five miles in length. A phenomenon about {t was that Instead of from Bouthwest to northeast the path of the storm cut directly east and left havoc and de- struction in Its wake. The dead: WILLI*, ALEXANDER, aged 12. a son of John Alexander. PAINTER WILKINS, the small son of Henry Wilkins. LEONA NELL, aged C years. BOYDSTON, aged 7 years, daughter of O. 0. Boydston. OROVE...

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

— — CURES CHILLS FEVERS 7A .. AND ^MALARIA Prioe 50 cents SOLD STRICTLY ON ITS MKRITS R. E. Bristol, McKinney. Texas iv Have You Weak Kidneys? THY DR. OTTO'S lUxir ot BUCHU AND GIN With Acotate of Potash Has relieved and cured many thou wands of hopeless eases and we want you to try it. Price 50c AN HONEST REMEDY MADE ON HONOR The Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PEItKIXS WALTER II. WILSON Editors, Publishers and Proprietor!*. To SotMortber*:—The date printed opposite yonr name on tbe margin of the paper or on tho Wrapper Indioato* the time to #hlcn your uub- •orlutlon I* paid. AU nubaorlptlonN explrs on b* first ot tno month. Any mibsorlber nc; re- viving the piper regularly will please notify ua * o ao not aend reoelpta for money paid on ■ks rtptlooi, bat oredll same on ttllp artaohed 0 paper, If oredll la uot Hhown on ellp In ten •yv fror ' " ~ meeting it great success more than the writer. In fact, friends, we have always done our best, for old Mc- Kinney. God ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1907

>BEfi Exceptional Bargains! f IN \ Pianos and Organs $ Also Singer Sewing Machines. '$ THURSDAY. 1 Having been in the Piano ami Or^an busmens in Collin County for tho past twelve (la) yearn, and having sold during that time only makes of demonstrated* merit—Kimball, Estcy, Hamil- ton, Camp & CO.,—which have met every requirement and de- mand of my trade, e\en the moHt fastidious, 1 feel justified in soliciting a continuation of your support and patronage during the eurr nt year. I 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 j will at once r<*)ogni/-e and appreciate. Among other reasons for litis v«>ry favorable bituation, 1 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 teachers and solicitors to induce them to recom- mend my pianos,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1907

P$l!v <T ■<. .RMP3 Thursday. WALTtClt B. WILSON Publishers and Proprietor*. -The <UI« printed Opposite M oaiha minrto of the papar or on the r tadtntea the time to which your «ub- n U paid. AU eubeoDpUon# eiplD on .(of the month Any auhaorlber no: re- [ the piper regularly will plaaaa notify ua if ado Mtaaad tor money paid on i, bat ©i-silt aame on allp attaohad ~ la not Aown on aiip In tan itu&oe, notify thb offloe. Subscription Kates One copy one jrear $1.00 • Bntered aa second-class mall matter. cRiiuiey, Tvx m, May 2. 11H17 All North Texas has had a rain, It seems, and the face of the landscape and the farmer alike, wear a bright smile that looks like the herald of bounteous harvests. The Legislature has created an- other oflcs—county auditor, paying just $2,400 a year; that's all. And the taxes on the black lands of old Collin will be raised to pay for it. Tom Campbell never vetoed this. A boat is being built for naviga- tion of the Sabine liver with his- toric old...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1907

1 A Wonderful High-Speed Washer By all means take a look at the Horton Galvanized Rotary Washer the next time you are anywhere near a hardware or general store. It will give you new light on the wash«day problem. Here's a washer that washes clothes clean in minutes where it would take hours the old way, and it is geared up so that you turn the handle slowly and easily while the suds are being forced through the clothes at top speed. After seeing the HORTON you will realize how much you didn't know about washing the dirt out of clothes without wearing yourself out. AskC the dealer to show you the HORTON Galvanized Washer and don't decide the washing-machine question until you have teen this high-speed washer. In addition to all it* other advantages, it is the waaher with the galvanized tub; light and easy to handle; tub can't dry out, leak or "fall down" the way old-fashioned wash tubs and washing machines did. Eaaily kept clean, too, and—but just Ask the dealer to show you. HORTON A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1907

ip.: -f 4 V' v%Sv the Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTElt B. WILSON Publishers and Proprietor*. rlbara:—Tb« <taU prtntod opposite - " i margin of Um p*p«r or on ihe „ the time to wblaii your ub- m )• p«ld. Alt •ubocrtptloua explr* on >t Of tM month. Any ub orlher net re- t Us paper regularly wUl ploM« notify us not aand rooalpta for mossy paid on aame on allp anachod abown on allp In tan Wa do not aand rooelp itltorlDtioDi. but ortdlt 'a papar, If orodtt U not abown on allp tera trosi data of ravlttanoa, notify thla offloa Subscription lUtM One copy one year •1.00 Entered an second-clans mail matter. Mi-Klnm-y, Ti-xn-.. May 8. HMI7. TWELVE PAGES Collin county has a good season now. Old Sol's inning is on. shine. Let him Double (axes and greenbugs seem to make a pair. The Collin County Summer Nor- mal will be one of the best in the State. Every teacher in the county should attend. • Watch that Sunday gown of Miss McKinney when (he firemen come cou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1907

"PROFESSIONAL DEPARTMEN1 ITEMS OF VARIOUS PROPK8- i SIOKH GltOUI'KD FOR YOUR CuNVh'NIENCU. SEROSAL OF PUBLIC JL ted to Column* In Which Are No- tice* of Doctors, lk'ntlsts, Lawyer*, Notaries, Etc. T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. .Foot* House. Phone 203. McKiuney. DR. E. L. BURTON, Specialist eye, ear, nose and throat, McKlnuey, Texas. JAM EH LEWIS, Veterinary Sur- geon, prompt attention; office phone 339; North Kentucky street, McKiu- ney, Texas. F. O. REDOES, Dentist, upstair* over Collin County bank. Residence phone 28. Office phono 412:. Mc .Kinney, Texas. I Dr. W. E. RucUer, office in Foote Mouse, second lloor, Bouthwest cor- •ker. Phones: Office 4C, Residence Jh 7. T. T. Webb, Justice of the Peace, and ex-olllclo Notary Public, always appreciates notary work as a s'de line, dwtf DR. T. W. WILEY, Practice lim- ited to general surgery and gyne- cology. Phones: Office 44; resi- dence 105. Second floor Masouu building, McKinney, Texas. DR. JAMES A. CALDWELL; Of- fice phono 14 5: residence 2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1907

' ' MflKM ALL OVER THE COUNTY. ■ "•1 11 Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Spaclal Correspondents. r. COPEVILLE. April 29.—W. P. Hunter was In Dallas Wednesday and Thursday. The Infant Bon of Mrs. Nettle Yea- ger has been vrey sick but Is much better at this writing. Dr. A. C. Corry will attend the State Medical Association at Miner- al Wells this week. Lon Prescott has moved from Mc- Kinney back to Copeville. Misses Guly Neal and Maud Now- lln came home lust week. Their schools are out. Miss Lou Ella Taylor visited home folks at Nevada Saturday. Mrs. Mollie Orubbs and daughter, Miss Tommle of Nevada, visited rel- atives here Friday. W. J. Freeman, O. M. Hall, C. C. Yaw, George Wade, G, T. Hornbuck- )e, Will Craft, George Hall and Joe Montgomery attended the Collin County Anniversary association of I. O. O. F. at McKinney this week. Arthur Yeager and wife of Far- mersville were here last week. Mrs. Jackson came down from Farmersvllle last Wednesday to vis...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1907

SK- IN MEMOIUAM J Safe business methods have their origin • in a bank account* Of all the success- ful business men you ever knew, 999 • out of a 1,000 placed their money in • the bank each day, and paid their ac- counts by check* In this way the bank • does your book-keeping and each check Ifm is a receipt* You are invited to open an [ J account with the • Continental Bank and TRUST Co. McKlnney, Texas. JAS. W. FIELD, Pres. G. M. ALSUP, Cash 9i MONEY TO LOAN IN LARGE OR SMALL AMOUNTS cAT First National Bank McKlnney, Texas. fi ^r. T. Emerson, President Howell E. Smith, Cashier' Wl Francis H. Welch, Vice-Pres. Fred Emerson, Ass't Cashier Wmw& wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmk ^ ST\Sr^ST\>/l\srs./J\/r*ST\ sT* f\ A BRANCH BANK I * The Collin County National Bank, ^ McKlnney, Texas. ^ f w'A'w wy yyy y y y wywy y BRIGHTENS UP THE HONE I Is B- 'II ke 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 i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1907

'$m c m |v bv! Protective Paint Pure White Lead Paint protects property against repairs, replacement ana deterioration. It makes buildings look better, wear better—and sell bet- ter. Use only Pure Linseed Oil and Collier or Southern Pure Wfrite Lead made by the Old Dutch Process, .vliiclt is sold in kegs with this Dutch Boy trade mark on the side. This trade mark protects you against fraudu- lent White Lead adulterations and substitutes. SEND FOR BOOK ' "A Talk on Paint," ■Wee faluahlt) infor- mation on th imlnt •ul>J<K-t. Hont Iim All l*ad iW bran mini In Ihit mark. Ilpoo r«qu««t. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Av«. and loth St., St. Louis, Mo. for sale by all dealers. FRIDAY. E. S. R«ctor of Dodaon, N. M., has arrived for a visit to his sister, Mrs. L. M. Talkington, and other relatives In this city and county. J. M. McLemore, formerly of this city, but now manager of the Van Alstyne telephone exchange, came down this afternoon to attend the Odd Fellows celebration. Miss Jim Oo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1907

i NATURE PROVIDES FOR SICK WOMEN • more potent remedy in the roote and herbs of the Held than watt ever produced from drugs. lu the good old-fumiiioned days of our grandmothers few drugs were used in medicines and Lydla R. Pinkhuui, of Lynn, Mass., in her Study of root* und herbs and their power over disease discovered and gave to the women of the world a remedy for their peculiar Ills more ^potent and efficacious than any l&ombination of drugs. lydTA E. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound 1s an honest, tried and true remedy of unquestionable therapeutic value. During its record of more than thirty years, its long list of actual cures of those serious ills peculiar to women, entitles Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to the respect and oonildeuce of every fair minded person and every thinking woman. When women are troubled with irregular or paiuful functions, weakness, displacements, ulceration or intlammation, backache, flatulency, general debility, indigestion or nervous...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1907

' mil A Murderer! Yes that is what the VICTOR cultivator is. A weed and grass murderer. And in case you have not secured one already, you had better fortify yourself against General Green by owning one of these rapid fire weed murderers. April J —Prof. J. I. Souther laud of Culleoka la Instructing a claaa In vocal music hara. Roy Ralston Is visiting his broth- er, Jease Ralston and family in Ft. Worth. Mesdames Fin ley and Robinson are able to be up after a brief ill* ness. Joshua Cottman^came up from Dal- las last Saturday and spent the night with his parents here. He is em- ployed In the Lewis Sign Writing es- tablishment In that city. 8. A. Littlejohn has returned to Denlson after a visit to relatives here. On account of rain there was no preaching at Woodiawn the thirdl Sunday, Rev. Osborne will preach here the first Sunday at 11 o'clock. Everybody invited to come out and hear him. John Coffmun rnme home last Thursday, his school haviug closed ut Johnson. Mrs. Charlie Baldwin an...

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