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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 May 1907

fmrWi 4 -awW ri. Ml ttttocffirt- •!.%•> PER YEAR. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AH, THURSDAY, MAY tf, UM 7. VOL. t, NO. 14. ILLS SLAYER OF FATHER nut 1-4 idB. cer by ta yki B ohn en hie Isey led lati -ay Uf bu rard cord :21 m ilam 172 vol >er- son G. J. Barlow showed a reporter of this paper a dispatch from Alan- reed, Texas, atmounciuK a deplorable double tragedy near that place in which his cousin, 8. B. Owens, a prominent land and cattle owner and vice president of the Alanreed bank, lost bis life. Mr. Harlow wrote to Ills cousin, Miss Mollie Mauguin of Sherman, who Is ai) aunt of Mr. Owens, for particulars, aud she sent him a clipping from the St. Louis Globe Democrat, which nave details oj^the tragedy. It states that Mr. OyenB was shot by B. S. Turbyflll, n "■Itl estate man as the result of a disloute over the commission from thefsale of a ranch which Owens had ihased. Owens was instantly killed and Turbyflll, after shooting twice at Owens' 18-year-old son, turned and ran,...

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

ISi^pSlSI ^ n m SPSPBtlt'*. ':.'V ■/ vJSjtwafl ================= JJ m . t *r. Etet<yf • % m* The Small Buyer of Paint who takes care that the Dutch Boy trade mark, shown below, appears on every keg of white lead he buys, is perfectly pro- tected; as perfectly as if he were a railroad official buying hundreds of tons, and with a corps of chemists at his back to see that no adulterant is palmed off on him. CoBier or Southern Pure White Lead and Pure Linseed Oil are abso- lutely necessary to good painting SEND FOR BOOK •• A TaJk on P lnt." gtvM valuable intor nation on U paint •abject, Hent fro# All lead paektd in upon request. mn bean Ikii mark. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Aw. nod loth at., 8t. Louis, Mo. For sale by all dealers. The Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER U. WILSON Editor:*, Publishers and Proprietors. To Subscribers:—The date printed opposite oar name on the margin of the paper or on the ar Indicate*) the time to which your sub- wrapper ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 May 1907

MRS. AUG. LYON IRED AND SICK YET MUST WORK "Mm may work from sun to nun bat woman'* work i* never done," In order to keep the home neat and pretty, the children well dreaaed ud tidy, women overdo and often v|/fer in silence, drifting along from bad to worse, knowihg well that they ought to have help to overcome the pains and aches which daily life a burden. to the<M women that Lydla humV Vegetable Compound, from native roots and herbs, as a blessing. When the spir- > depressed, the head and back , there are dragging-down pains, nervousness, sleeplessness, and reluctance to go anywhere, these are only symptoms which unless heeded, are soon followed by the worst forms of Female Complaints. Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound keeps the feminine organism ina strong and healthy condition. Itcures Inflammation, Ulceration, displacements, and organic troubles. In preparing for child-birth and to carry women safely through the Change of Life it is most efficient. Mrs. Augustus Lyon,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 May 1907

U. WUJON •■d Proprietor*. tmk t i.. ® s ' mi e ' r TIm ted printed opposite m on the margin o' tteWMr or in tho ■ Ukdtc«t«a ttw time to which your *ub~ I to Mid. AU •ubacripiioaa aiplr* on hi Irtt of tbe month. Anjradbnoriber lot re- •Iflif the Hper re oUrljr «U1 pleuM notify u* tttliue on allp not shown on silo in ten : rem ttUnos, notify this for money paid on T-rxrf Subscription Rate* One copy one year 91.00 Entered at second-ciaas mail matter. McKinni'y, Texwi, May 0, 1007. The Katy is golug to from McKinney—when good and ready. build west they get County Auditor la a new office created by the present legislature. It carries an annual salary of |2,400 Kather expensive luxury and very illtlmed In our humble opinion. tor your auecest, but yon can be •nre thnt more will lore you for It. and they are tbe right kind to hare love you. News reports from Austin tell us that Hon. Walter Petset and Hon. Jefferson Darts Montgomery, chap- lain and stake-holder for the Legis- lature. have ad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 May 1907

Carl Carl IN. s, fu Smltl , 1 i 'H % 1 X i in this old town. If you ««« anything Ioom around tbla town, and you want It—Just hang on; you Are wel- come to it. Don't be bashful; eat our grub, Bleep soundly in our beds; make yourselves at home; court our pretty girls, and they are all pretty, but you must leave tbem and our blackland farms here with us. But must stop this kind of talk; you heard the welcome address this morning, but I want to tell you Just how "big welcome" you .are. There Is no higher calling than Ithat of a flremun. He goes at the \rlsk of his life, to defend and tight the demon, Are, und we ought to and McKlnney does appreciate her noble boys, I know this to be the truth. This demonstration here to- day, my friends, proves this. Go where you may, and you will find no better men, no truer, high-toned, christian gentlemen than those who compose the McKlnney tire depart- ment. There 1b not a single one, but what I would heartily welcome him into my home and ask him to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 May 1907

w E: :T?tv • "if . ■ : m "QUAUTY CORNER" F'"#" The Grocery Question is one that interests every housekeeper. To solve it satisfactorily is easy if you come here. Poor Grocerios are Doar at any price. The kind we selll are of a quality which makes every penny spent go as far as possible. That's why you can buy really high grade groceries and yet save money, try us for a while. You'll be pleasantly surprised in more ways than one. BARNES & GERRISH GROCERIES and PRODUCE 'Phones 94 and 525. Old Newsome Stand. McKinney, Texas. LJ 'J ILlg.l UP THE 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 been selected. Tints and tones for every room in the house. We have all...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 May 1907

m t ™?PIlr * PROFESSIONAL DEPARTMEN1 ITEMS OF VARIOUS PROFE8- SIGNS GROUPED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. A' PERUSAL OF PUBLIC k I * I Invited to Column* In Which Are No* tlcea of Doctor*, Dentists, Lawyers, Notaries. Etc. T. H. RRYANT, Dentist. . Foote House. Phone 203. McKluuey. WOODLAWN. DR. R. L. BURTON, Specialist, eye, ear, noBe and throat, McKinney, Texas. JAMES LEWIS, Veterinary Sur- geon, prompt attention; office phone 339; North Kentucky Btreet, McKin- ney, Texas. Dr. W. E. Rucker, office In Foote House, second floor, southwest cor- ner. Phones: Office 46, Residence 177. T. T. Webb, Justice of the Peace, and ex-officio Notary J'ublic, always appreciates notary work as a s'de line, dwtf Di . J. C. <>I(EER—Office upstairs over J. D. Stiff Dry Ooods Co., east side square, McKinney, Texas Phones: Residence 008, offlcfe «0S . DR. T. W. WILEY, Practice 11m ited to general surgery and gyne- cology. Phones: Office 44; resi- dence 105. Second floor Masnui building, McKin.tey, Texas. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 May 1907

m RECEIVE GRAND tftr. m' (Daily Ooarier4lMH(c May *.) The thirty-second annual conven- tion of the State Volunteer Fire- men's Association convened in this city this morning and the people of McKlnney have gladly opened their hearts and homes to receive the vis- itors. The attendance Is very largo, firemen being present from every section of Texas in force, mul every train Is bringing in additional dele- gates. On the northbound Hous- ton and Texas Central train last night two hundred firemen arrived, many of the delegates from the dif- ferent fire departments of the state, being accompanied by their spon- sors, and on the morning and after- noon trains came many more visit- ors. McKlnney is in gala array for the event. The different business hous- es of the city ha\e been profusely decorated and while the weather has not been what was hoped for, yet the visitors declare that the sun- shine of the bright smiles of the young womanhood of McKlnney, and the hearty welcome of the gallan...

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

!> ■** 4" X Cream Baking Powder Made from grape Cream of Tar- tar? aboolutoly free from alum• Strongest, purest, most economical and healthful of leavening agents Carefully jjuard your food from alum. INFLUENCE OF INTERURBANH. i H. Proctor Tells of Great Oood Trolley Lines Do. Regarding the effects of Interur- ban electric railways there hus been a great deal of discussion in rail- way and mechanical publications and treatises for some years, Frank H. Proctor said: "Probnbly no other Influence up- on population and industry the country o^er is so great as that of the interurban electric railways, certainly no other feature of trans- portation is so potent. Through the Central West particularly there has been a marked and very consid- erable Increase in the linen and aille- ed as an encouragement to the electric lines. Prof. E. L. Bogart of Oberlln College, Ohio, has made this concise statement of reason for the growing popularity of the trol- ley : "1. Railway stations are as a r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 May 1907

yjpi*/ J'S I I / I l!v' It <*©•• not contain Chloral, Cocaine, Opium or Morphina As a headache rem- edy and a general nerve tonic It haa [no equal. Trial Sin 8 R. £. Bristol, McKinney, Texas 'Indigestion, Constipation, Headache tllmwto rmaltin* from disorder# o( th# Uw. ud bowel*, r« *u uaiMOMMrr tu upon h**Uh tail Caristedf s German Liver Powder Bat. u. a. p«u Off. om<S for 60 mn to pr*r*nt or «nr« th® a diaordan. A prescription ni ! by •Uaraian ptiy ielaa otm MfMLra la hU prMtieo both in Europe md thUcocntry, AllDretfl*teS5caa4 91.00 BoitU* t kratUftw 4 The American Pharmacal Co., Evanaviile, Ind. THURSDAY. Mrs. A. E. Buck Is visiting at the home of Major J. F. Buck, lu Waco. C. H. Batson of Morris county ts visiting his father, T. S, Bataou, and other relatives here. Mrs. Harry J. Dawson of New Boston, Texas, with her little son, Barnes Field, Is visiting her father, W. O. Barnes and her aunt, Mrs. W. Field. Mrs. W. F. Moore of Paris, and little children. Blanche, Marjoiie ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 May 1907

1 v. !Exceptional Bargains! IN Pianos and Organs Also Singer Sewing Machines. Having boon in the Piano and Organ business in Collin County for the past twelve (12) years, and having sold during that, time only makes of demonstrated merit— Kimball, Estcy. Hamil- ton, Camp k Co.,—whieh have met every requirement ami de- mand of my trade, e\en the most fastidious, I ft el justified in soliciting a continuation of your support and patronage during the current 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 youj will at once recognize and appreciate. Among other reasons for this very favorable situation, I have made a material reduction in the number of salaried sulesmen, 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, thus dealing directly, frankly and h...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 May 1907

v' y< -v 7= /w = •v \/> f* ""f;, '■*,* ,■' I 1 or, To Keep from Growing Old Here'* the HORTON Galvanized Rotary Waaher, which takes the washday droop ont of your shoulder* and the careworn lines of toil from around your eyes. You do not bend your back at all with thia waaher—'which means you will keep your youth ten years longer. You do not grind violently on a crank or jerk at a handle. The flywheel of the HORtON Washer is balanced to swing VERY easily in a continuous direction. YOU DO NOT TURN FAST, you do not turn long, for the HORTON is high geared, so that an easy motion of the wheel produces an extremely high speed within the washer. You need not be strong to handle the machine or carry it up cellar stairs. It is very light in weight, considering its strong construction, because the tub is of galvanized metal instead of wood—cannot dry out, leak or come apart, and keeps itself sweet and clean. You will have to see this mode* 2 washer to appre- ciate what a blessing it is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1907

cmocrat- McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AS, THURSDAY, MAY l«, VOL. 1M, NO. 15. NTEER FIREMEN CAPTURED M'KINNEY e thirty-second annual conven- er the Texan Volunteer Flro- Aisociation closed Friday uf- n, Waco being selected us the C place for next your. meeting just closed Is gon- to have been one of the most isful In the history of the As- • * m • Hwion. ird and last day's session of tlon convened at 9 o'clock . C. L. Mickey, pastor of orning. Invocation offer- church of this city, who 'a blessings upon every the Association, thanked Giver of all good and perfect for his goodness and asked and prayed that the protecting of Divine Providence be ever a Enter. this time Miss Mary Abernathy, lor, and Miss Maud Allen, maid ttnor of the McKlnney fire de- cent, and the ladies of the re- on committee, dressed in pure >, and wearing white caps, en- hall, bearlrife a banner on as inscribed the words ft again' 'and took seats on the amid prolonged and enthusl- cheering. They were preced- the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1907

«..-v f i m <sp % You • Want Pur® White Lead, (Get It ProUbly there to no other article at com- subject, ed to to much dul- te ra- tion and mis- rep re- •rotation as White Lead. Out of 18 brands of "White Lead" recently analyzed by the Government Agricultural Experiment Station of North Dakota, 5 contained absolutely no White Lead, 5 less than 15% of White Lead, and only J over 90°; of White Lead. There is, however, a way to be cer- tain of the purity and genuineness of the White Lead you buy, and that is to insist upon Collier or Southern Pure White Lead bearing the Dutch Boy trade mark. This trade mark is positive guarantee of absolutely Pure White Lead made by the Old Dutch Process. SEND FOR BOOK "A Talk on Paint." glow nliubli Infor- mation on the (Mint nhlrt. Hunt Ino y AU I nut ixu-M in upon roquont. lM (yror, m,, mar*. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Av«. aod 10th St., St. Louis, Mo. For sule by ull dealers. >* id -'-ji ui as I When the female descendants of the heroea of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1907

'HEN WHO CHASM le the Plret EeeemHal Tewerd • Woman AltrietlT*. :11s t • - |U health yrMWr InitaW*, mU eomglaJaln^ beri ikaii Mt only kwwlf tat Is • IUmw So wllk tar iWAt, healthy, TlvMleM iOkl«v«wMm 1 wkiwur ita allotted SSK faille to ta Md InrtnUrlliM, t ■inry i«d m! ipw>ir ttat Ljrdlal VflUMl C*MMM uMn iwto wdtana wi |e ln| rner |x ro< la bt BHaabeth Wrnn, of lfo. Ml Ltmm, X<« York City. 1 nflM wftfc dnatfll t* Um bach Md www I m w«k tad oetef sorts SStt'rtZrtSt IIMMd S W Jest «ta mr kmm.~ MISS tUZABClM WYNI Mas Bulda Kughlsr. of Nb, aa, Weet lath Street, New York City, Women wta mo troubled wHk eaftafel or Irmgaler Kndtau, hec*- Mta, hloetiaf(er InSolence), dleplaoe- ' " "m or wtaersHoB, uAt,r ^wytk "byJujri^T^* «. Ptok- '• MMkt te Vi Woof* itflntef from My of *t—*' wwtaM or* lavited to emiaaUj eoesemalente with Mr*. Hakbees. ot Lyu, Mm froo tko mptowi ftvea. tko troobU may bo lasatsd mI the quickest mI rami way of mowry Mflrai Out of kor ▼Mi toIim of uptrlMM la Imtiaf ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1907

m t kt. The Democrat*Gazttte. Published Every Thursday. EMPLOYMENT OF TEACHERS. TOM W. WALTKR B. ud Proprietors. To dobeorlbm:—The tek yrlaM ounIM MT bum os the margin of thepaper or oa the *pper tndlwat* the Unit to wBlok your eub- ' tndloatee too time to wttlob jour eub- l la paid. All ub erlptlon «ipir on of the month. Any au bear! bar not ra- ft* paper regularly will pi mm notify ue <T« do not wai racalpti itonoiipttona, but orodit a« 10 papsr, if eredtt la l ra from d vo of rw for money paid on eame on allp a-uobed not ahown on i data of remittance, notify on allp ~ Jji"* *•" Subscription Rate* One copjr one jresr $1.00 Entered as seeond-claaa mall matter. McKinney, Tea*, May 10. 1007. Reading .Ibe president's latfat pro- test lu -the Review of Reviews against the. small family problem, and considering how little ho knows from a practical standpoint' about ruining a large family on small means, no doubt there are a num- ber of citizens lu the republic over which lie is wield...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1907

SUNSHINE! "U"1 T"T. "m Peace Plenty Thrice Welcome! Collin County needs plenty of it now in her business if we are to have this Summer and fall. Don't depend altogether on good Crops and Sunsnine, which are very essential lo prosperity, but come here For your Groceries of Every Kind We help to economize and save, by supplying you goods at LOWEST MARGINS and goods of the HIGHEST QUALITY. W£~*S W TtW^ ''The Provider of everything 5* 1 1JT 9 good to eat." Phones 87 and 346. fith if 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 ^ a receipt. You are invited to open an account with the * • U • a i • a & a m © m Continental Bank anil TRUST Co. McKinney, Texas. • JAS. W. FIELD, Pres. G. M. ALSUP, Cash e iy MONEY TO LOAN IN LARGE OR SMALL AMOUNTS |th to I us leorrMp Iraco...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1907

. . sys I-1. n ''ia i J**' ' : i APPLIANCES. The Democrat-Gazctte. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER H. WILSON Editors, Publishers Proprietors. ~Th# dsts printed To SabtoSlxn rosr OMB« on the margin of the paper or i Vraopar tadloatu tba tima to wolch jrour • ta paid All aubaorlptlona axpli ; of too month opposite on the „ r enb- ptlona explra on Any aubacribnr uc*. ra- the paper regularly will pleaee notify u* We So set tend reoelpu tor money paid on tShsjftpUoBe, bat or dU aaae on slip a'taohed •tt paper, U oredlt to sot ahows on alip In ten 4«V* rroa dste of remtttaaoe, notify thle offloe. Subscription Kates One copy one year •1.00 Entered as second-class mail matter. McKlnney, Texas, May 10, 1007. Tills 1b the season for storm lars und tornado insurance. Cfcl- Thero 1b a time for everything— and the time to smile Is—all the time, very uearly. "The Last of the Doctors" is the caption employed by the Mineral Wells Index over Its report of the closing session of the S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1907

TIME. NEW NEGUG ; *■ fe i h y§ dtH dpi u Much of the erayoty of spring time is due to our handsom Negligee Shirts. No more cold weather after this week. So you will want to go without the coat a part of the time—of course you ill ueed See the Display of Shirts in Our south Window * HUNTER w TH© Tog Shop. Phone 545 lucmumua nnniimx tnxfXLXj The Dreaded Disease, Cancer, Cured. ❖ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 i. « ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ « f# McKinney, Texas, May 13, 1907. To Whom It May Concern: This is to certify that 1 have had a cancer on my left temple for the last two years, and It had grown to be about the elze of a silver half dollar. On the 27th day of March 1907, Dr. M. V. May field began to treat my can- cer, and at that time, In addition to having the cancer 1 had bumps and pimples over both sides of my face, \ and had been having chills for about , fifteen months. From the date that j Dr. Mayfleld began i<> treat me, ; both the cancer and my general health began to improve, and now my cancer is well, t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1907

■ 7 :;:^;'^7''4;:r;: •* \ v •; *.* $mwMws -i.., i.„ Vw 55r...«p^' 4> ij'1 ■ ' ■ . 4* jijf K undersell i I War ># quote mid probably wouldn 111 tney could. it you want tiie oest come early. Compare these prices with what others asK. men uou i pay Big Vest Bargain 100 doz ladies sleeveless vests, worth twice the May Sale Price 2 l-2c eac^ Big Lawn Snap 2000 yard pretty lawns, worth this seaason 7 l-2c, May Sale Price the yard 6c Taiiormade Skirts at Special May Sale PRICES. $4.00 Skirts S3.50 $3.50 Skirts 83.00 $3.00 Skirts $2.50 1 I vafgH fm and many more we can't men- tion here. See them. Lower Prices w. s. KNIGHT, Better Values AUI 2000 yards pretty Lawns large range of patterns on sale the yd 9c 200 yds New ! Dress Coverts and Beige Suitings the ydlOc 200 yds Brown Dress Linen 1 yd wide nice for Skirts and little Fellows Suits. Mav Sale Price yd 20c "OWN MAKE"OXFORD f1A^CF{S A swell oxford, made of Vici Kid, with patent tip and flexible soles. All sizes. Price A Great Assort...

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