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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1907

* 4 !• -' ■ •** I Y * PresidemTomW. Perkins' Annual Address J- Before Texas Press Association at Galvesto 4-1 W I Ladles and Gentlemen of the Texas Press Asso- ' elation. This morning convenes the twenty-eighth annual session/of the Texas Press Association, and I am Indeed glad' to see so many of the patriotic, home-builders present. It gratifies me beyond expression to be able to address such a gathering of beauty and brains as Is assembled here this morning. • - When we closed our sessions last year at Corpus Christ!, one of the most successful and profitable meetings In the history of the lexas Press Asso- ciation came to an end. All of those who were, present at th$t meeting will ever remember it with pleasure and profit. Today we are the guests .of the hospitable tlty of Qalveston, the beautiful "Island City;" or I might say, the Sea Wall City," one of the largest and greatest ports In the entire world. We came here because we we're Invited; we are going to re- main as long as ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1907

i>*r • * .n>- • DRUG5 il good aa well as bad in everything. The is, bow are people going to tell the good bad. When yon want the medicine that will do i the moet good, go to eome responsible local firm, and Jc tlmw for the best medicine. E. Bristol, McKinney, Texas been appointed wholesale agents of your county for American Pharmacal Co., of E^ansvilk,* led., to handle their celebrated line of medicines. They recommend these remedies every time, and they do this because they know that each one is compounded with great care, and each is the result of long years of and experience. What is more, if vou are not satis- with the results, they will gladly refund your money. ~~ remedy is guaranteed and conforms with the Pure and tirug Law, a law which will do away with all cures and fradulent medicines that have been a Mum of constant danger to the unsuspecting public for so long. The dealers who handle The American Pharmacal Co.'a Remedies will reccommend them to you as the best and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1907

f# * s- 5* ' V t x A Exceptional Bargains! IN Pianos and Organs a Also Singer Sewing Machines. § Y Having been in the Piano and Organ business in Collin County «8 for the past twelve (12) years, and having sold during that A time only makes of demonstrated merit—Kimball, Estcy, Hatnil- A ton, Camp & Co.,— whieh have met every requirement and de- mand of my trade, e\en the most fastidious, I feel justified in soliciting a continuation of your support and patronage during the current year. I am in a position this year not crtily 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 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, thu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1907

mm. ... i# «iwm Fltty Yi the Standard 9 ~ CREAM w BAKING POWDER 4 Cream of Tartar Powder Made From Orapea NO ALUM Mr. and Mm. J. Lewis Smith of Horse Cay*, Ky. ba*e arrived tor a visit to their son, Hon. O. R. Smith, and family. Mr. Smith who has been to Chicago on legal business, stop- ped by to see his aged parents, and they accompanied bim home (or a visit. Representative T. 0. Murray st- rived bonie today from Austin, the extra session of the Legislature hav- ing adjourned. He says that the last days of the legislature were very strenuous and that he Is glad of the opportunity for a rest. Rev. C. B. Pitts of Walnut Grove left this afternoon for Colutnbus, O., to attend the meeting of the General Assembly of the Presby- terian Church, IJ. 8. A. which con- venes in that city Thursday. He goes as commissioner from the Dal- las Presbytery. Mrs. Harriett Edds of this city paid this office a pleasant call and renewed for The Democrat-Gazette to her sons, John, Willie and Hous- ton Edd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1907

t :- .C > ,.,-T « ^ - tDeehln Hkinocrat-®a?ttte. PER YEAR. McKlNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AH, TRt'RHDAY, MAY 2.1, J!h)7. 7. i IMAN ONEAL MARRIED hie following from the Mena Lrk) Star will be of Interest from i, wAo fact that Mr. Oneal was at one / i time a prominent business man of J tihs city and has many friends here. I Who Join in extending congratula- is and best wishes: • • * « • Chou art all fair m^ beloved." Christ Episcopal church wan iwded lust nlgliY to witness the rriage of Miss Ethel DeLongy, eldest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. DeLongy to Norman R. Oneal, wel^ known and popular young llnesa man, vice president of the> irlege Dry Goods Company, tiling vines, potted plants and fra- int roses lent their beauty to the pne. Ben Shaver und Hal Nor- acted as ushers. *romptly at 8 o'clock the vested choir came in singing the wedding chorus, Miss Edna Easterday presid- ing at ttee organ. Dr. DeLongy, rec- tor of the Episcopal church, follow- ed and at the close of the brldul h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1907

I W:\;to Don't U e P: ■«s« life *v b(Twbite Lo^ix. other the propeitiM U Pure jt« t mma paint. Pur* White Lead, food paint that it j , cannot carry adulterant! without having it* efficiency impaired. To get Pun White Lead durability, use Collier or Southern Pure White Lead Every kef bear* the Dutch Boy trade nark-—a guarantee that the con- tents are absolutely Pure White Lead made by the Old Dutch Process. SEND FOR BOOK "A Talk on Paint," gives valuable information on the paint subject, bent free upon request. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Ave. aad letb Su, ft. Louis, Mo. The Abilene Daily Reporter in a lengthy account of the meeting of ' the State Volunteer Firemen's Asso- | j elation held in this city, winds up j with the following words: "The McKlnney Are boys and i their chief were every one to a man alive and watchful to everything that added towards the comfort and pleasure of their visitors. Every delegate, sponsor and team were louth to leave the city that had for three days b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1907

7 1 , ' p . ~ Jp r; SK'/. , MRS. A. M. HAQERMANN ALL WOMEN SUFFER from th« same physical disturbances, and the nature of their duties, in uutnv cases, quickly drift them into the horrors of all klndx of female complaints, organic troubles, ulcera- tion, falling and displacements, or perhaps irregularity or suppression causing backache, nervousness, Ir- ritability, aud sleeplessness. HVomen everywhere should re- member that the medicine that holds the record for the largeHt number of actuafemres of female ills is I I Lydia E. Pinkham's VegetableCompound l made from simple native roots and herbs. one lsopi paring for childbirth and the Change of Life. For more than thirty years P . it has been helping women to be strong, regulating the functions per- fectly and overcoming pain. It has also proved itself invaluable in pre- Mrs. A. M. Hagermann, of Bay Shore, L. I., writes :—Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—"I suffered from a displacement, excessive and painful functions so -that I had to lie down or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1907

■MR WWmmM ■' iVtitiW *{ A rH™ ™ ^ V'i • :V$tf! B ft /*•■ ■■ jj I [■floZfcltc* ■very Thursday. TOM W. PHRKINS H WALTKK B. WILSON Proprietor*. Teasfewrthsnu-Ths |||| ■! lllKll oppocIt# > of ttM (MUMr or OB tb« _ M to w&lch your etlb- inM. AU rabttcrlpttou esplra on MoCtE ooU. Any,uWib«r net;ra- it tfe* HM' ragsUrty wUl plsssa notify ua Wa 4s sot Mn4 rooolnta (or Bonny s«M on akaoristtssa, bat oradlt aa a on aUp attached 0 pap*T, It orodK to not atown on aiip in too Uftnm Safe otraaltu&oa, notify thb == t: * H- ff'fl "tf ■ kV-' '& ■wh%' Subscription lUtc* One copy one year 91.00 Entered u second-class mall matter. McKinney, Texan, May 2.1, 104)7. Do you know any locomotive en- gineers who imagine that on Bome days they can run their engines without steam or motive power And do you know any merchants who Imagine that on some days they can run their businesses with- out any newspaper advertising The new law taxing liquor dealers will increase that tax 25 per cent. It is es...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1907

MEETING OF TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION rU.*. t trie twenty-eighth an mm I session I tendered uh a courtesy to the Texas the Texas Press Association, held Uulvefiton Thursday, Friday and aturday, May 1(5, 17 and 18, was ne of the most largely attended [And W<Mkfable in the history of the IAutt«Aktlon, newspaper men with wives, daughters or sisters be- present In force from every por- editors, while the tug. Inia Hogg, and the lanneh, Anita, .were engaged by the News. The four boats tarried over 100 excursion!lit*, refreshments were served on board and the trip was a most pleasant and profitable one In every way. Hon. .1. Ed Kauf- man. who was ho prominent and of the State, and many Interest- , popular during the recent meeilntr ph d (to it kd rn \-y l* |r- 1 4* w> In, I ing and instructive papers were read and discussed. The North Texas delegations, or at east a majority of -them, met In alias Wednesday afternoon, the Uh lnst., and proceeded to the ace of meetlug over the Katy rail...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1907

f I. * t.W * *>pp *' *A tfe' ■BPi — L %;.C'': r**t* ■ BE CAREFUL i 1 • I - I I I When the weather is hot, you should be more par- ticular about what you eat. Good Wholesome Groceries Can always be found at our store. Everything i n season, and all staple articles are fresh when yo u get them from PRICE STIFF, 'The Provider of everything good to eat." Phones 87 and 346. The Dempcrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER li. WILSON Editors, Publishers and Proprietor#. To tJubacrlbera: -The date printed opposite roar nttne on the margin of the paper or on the Wrapper tndioatee the time to whion your «(tb- •orlptloo Ik paid. All subscription* explra on k« Arat of tbe montb. Any subscriber no: re- tiring 'be piper regalarly will please notify us We do not Mod reoeipts •BfesoriptlMM, bat oi edlt same on slip attached '0 paper, If credit is not shown on tor* from dale of remittance, notify for money paid on p 1 " sill slip In ten this oflloe. "Necessity is the Mother ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1907

5 > « Jt« g V A HAN HAY EARN a princely sa'ary—he may command the highest wages of his trade—he may do a thriving business, farming or merchan- dising—yet if he spends all his money he is a desperately poor man. He will re- main in poverty until he begins to bank a little of his earnings, and thus create a surplus fund far the day of adversity. Certainly all should provide for the un- productive years of advanced age. Are you still saying, "Next week I will begin to save?'* Every day counst. NOW IS THE TIME. We want you to start your bank account with us NOW. It matters not how little you start with. Together we will watch it grow. We will give you a bank book it will cost you nothing. Remember we sell Money Orders in the form of drafts oheaper than Post Office. Lot lis send your money for you. "YOU AWE ALWAYS WELCOME AT THE CONTINENTAL" CONTINENTAL BANK & TRUST CO. J AS. W. FIELDS, President. O. M. ALSUP, Cashier. ■M TINES ARE A LITTLE HARD Collin County is ALL RIGHT and wil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1907

I / not <; ■ *'< iMmtf '• •- P- ' Wji * 3'#"*'': Hfiwi 35*31^'"' Given We have on hand several hundred dollars worth of PrettyPremiums running from $3.50 worth coupons up and in connection to these we are going to give something new. Come in and let us explain and show you our profit shar- ing premiums. 1 - .., .. A Few Dont s Dont buy one single item until vou visit our store. Dont let our competitors tell you it can't be found in McKinney. Dont let thorn ank you ft or 1 <><• inor < for an article when you ran buy from Ul for Iohh. Vou dont Inn i* to Htand and wait at thiw Htor«.« everything out on din- |day with a big price card Hhowing the (treat Reduced PrieeH—nellinjf an our competitor* nay at about Half Price, EACH 10 dozen Ladies White Hand- kerchiefs. embroidered corner and plain. White Sale Price EACH CAPS Baby Caps in blue and pink, sell at other stores at 25c on sale at EACH • . EACH White Turnover Collars worth at other stores 10c. Special Price, EACH O...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1907

i MONDAY. A Murderer! Yes that is what the VICTOR cultivator is. A [weed and grass murderer. And in case you have tot secured one already, you had better fortify rourself against General Green by owning one of ;hese rapid fire weed murderers. Collin Co. Imp. & Vehicle Co. R. E. CARPENTER, Pres. :r 'McKINNEY, TEXAS ou Make a Mistake ran get blue envying people who have i In their house and you have not. N* can give you everything they ▼•lathe I jeWel , No. 85 Gasolene Stove T HAS BUN A PAVOSITK FOR 8IXTEEN YEARS A, y ? You can broil iust as you can l • gas stove. When baking day comes Til show you how to roast with the ie heat you're baking with. " en wash-day; thero'a the step at a mvenient height for the wash-boiler. on casters, too. Tho reputation of eorge M. Clark & Co. Dlv. has been ullt up on the kind of work and ateriai put up in this stove. It Is eanor than oil, and safe because made joording to the rules of the National oard of Fire Insurance people. Come Und boo it....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1907

.; r'■ ' •• J- '-: 1 _. j, VV'j, I ■ ■•*,« ! ■Kb* Big Vest Bargain 100 doz ladies sleeveless vests, worth twice the May Sale Price 21 2c each Big Lawn Snap 2000 yard pretty lawns, worth this sea as oil 7 l-2c, May Hale Price the yard 6c Tailormade Skirts at*Special May Sale PKICES. $4.00 Skirts $3.50 *3.50ASkirts $3,00 $3.00 Skirts $2.00 and many more we can't men- tion here. See them. Lower Prices w Better Values 2000 yards pretty Lawns large range of patterns on sale the yd 9c 200 yds New j Dress Coverts and Beige Suitings the ydlOc 200 yds Brown Dress Linen 1 vd wide nice for Skirts and little Fellows Suits. May Sale Price yd 20c "OWN MAKE"OXFORD fM^CFJS A swell oxford, made of Vici Kid, with patent tip and flexiblo solos. All size-3. Price A Great Assortment of Shoes and Slippers lor Men, Ladies and Children. 72 pair ladies all leatEev Ham- ilton-Brown Slippers. May sale price $1.00 Many More at $1,00 $1 50. 02.00 and $2.50. Children's Slippers, 50. 75. *1.00. $1.50. Big Stock S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1907

't *!„ = J PSJr:^ , Hi: ceptional Bargains! IN ianos and Organs Also Singer Sewing Machines. ring been in the Piano and Organ business in Collin County ,tl e past twelve (12) years, aixl having Hold during that Le> only makes of deuioiiHtrated merit- Kimball, Estcy, Hamil* Camp & Co., —which hare met overy requirement and de- knd of my trade, e>en the most fastidious, I fee) justified in Eliciting a continuation of your support and patronage during ourrent year. I am in a position this year not only to meet I k sue keenest competition possible, hut to even go further than |f, that—to give you Bargains in Pianos and Organs that you} will at I OBce recognize and appreciate. Among other reasons for this | very favorable situation, I have made a material reduction- it) B the number of salaried salesmen, ship altogether in Carload lots If Mid do not practice the very unjust custom of paying com- !" missions to teachers and solicitors to induce them to recom- ^ Ifiend my pianos,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1907

r~w . Mr • German Liver Powder. U.S. Pat.Off. r II rnn to Ua praaMse both la Imp* aad this eowtnr. i —a Ml |W lattfaa ar by Or— |Tlw American Phumtul Co., Evansvllla, tad. v if";' I K ■ R. E. Bristol, McKinney, Texas OTTO'S Cotghs, CoU Whoopii BroncnH Satoaca Caaaat Pra4aca a Better Raattr Naturo4fPrioeless Specific for Colds, La Grippe, lingCoegh, Sore Throat and All Lang Trouble MdlkuiMc In order to get rid of your Cold ouickly take a few dosesof Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. It ltnoraa the Oaoaa. THE AMERICAN PfUBMACAL CO. IViHTILlI, 1MD* Card of Thanks. 1 wish by-ihls method 10 {hunk the McKinney fire department and city aldermen for confidence impos- ed in selecting me to do the work of painting their hoae wagon and for the gratification they have express- ed upon the manner in which the work was executed. W. C. GRAY. Wail Paper—Prettiest line in Mc- Kinney at Rhea & Scott's. Ennls Fair Reorganized. Bnnls, Texas, May 17.—A syndi- cate met in the Citizens' National Bank d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 May 1907

m :! 1 imoctot- •1.00 PER YEAR. McKlN.NEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TKX AS. THI'ItSDA Y, >|AY :io, 1007. VOL JM, NO. 17. :D WINDS FEARFUL FURY e r "1 IndJ Wills Point, Tex., May 27.—De- station and death mark the path the terrible cyclone through this lace Saturday evening. The accounts of the appearance of the deuth-deallng cloud vary, but It seems to have been flrBt seen about (J:23 p. m., Saturday. It whs In the shape of an Inverted cone, re- volving rapidly, and occasionally flashes of lightning could be per- ceived Issuing from it. In color it. is said to have been of ar. almost inky black this being attributed by L.spnie to the great quantity of mud lch It sucked up from the prairie. The cloud traveled almost due rth, probably at a slower rate ^n is usual with cyclones. One who watched it from a distance said that when he first saw It It was about a mile south of here, and his watch showed the time to be exactly <!:2U p. m. Hi' looked at his watch again when the cyclone struck the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 May 1907

BP !"■' V.< ife r-Aiw l$£ ■ AIUMdt«0lMd . iulsS Paint Buying Made Safe White Lead and Linseed Oil need no argument, no advertising to maintain them- selves as the best and most economic- al paint yet known to man. Thedifficulty has been for the buyer to be always sureuf the purity of thi white Tead and otf. We have registered the trade mark of the Dutch Boy painter to be the final proof of quality, gen- uineness and purity to paint buyers everywhere. This trade mark appears on every keg of Collier or Southern Pure White Lead made by the Old I)utch Process. 8BND FOR BOOK "A Talk on Paint." gitm vnlunl.lt' Informa- tion on thf iwlnt ■ubjnot. Frw> uikhi request. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Avt. and 10th St., 8t. Louis, Mo. For sale by nil dealers. The Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday, TOM W. PERKINS WALTER 11. WILSON Editor*, l*ul>l toilers and Proprietors. *o Hfibsorlb«rs:-Tae date printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the Wrapper Indicates the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 May 1907

-SB Ki;J STOP WOMAN iND CONSIDER First, that almost every operation In our hoapitals, performed upon women, becomes necessary because of neglect of such symptoms as Itackache, Irregularities, Displace- ment*. Fulu In the Side, Drawing ^jjensations, Dizziness and Sleepless- Second, that Lydia B. Plnkliam's Vegetable Compound, wade from native roots and herbs, lias cured more eases of female ills than any <atljer one medicine known. It reg- uAau.'N. strengthens and restores women'n health and 1h Invaluable in /preparing women for child-birth aud during the period of Chiu^* of Life. Third, the great volume of unsolicited und grateful testimonials on file at the IMnkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass.. many of which are from time to time being published by special permission, give absolute evi- dence of the value of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound aud Mrs. Pinkliain's advice. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound For more than 30 years has been curing Female Complaints, such as Dragg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 May 1907

mm. B. WILSON and Proprietor®. XT. ptHtr indioaMa the time to whidi your aub- oo la paid. All aubaoripttona aiplrs on it of tie month. AayaaW nbar i>?:r*- t the piper regularly wtil pleaae notify ua m a lo not Mod raoalpta for mooay paid on aba-trlpUoaa, Out ci *4lt aamc on allp attached a piper, if oredlt la not ahown on allp In lan <*? train date of re®lttanoe, notify tufa offloo. Subscription RattM One copy on© ;rsr 91.00 Entered as second-clans mall matter. Mr Kinney, Texas, May 80, 1007. #' The cotton Is growing. Flshlng and biting time. Almost picnic time. The chlgger is ready. Going to be lots of candidates next year. The more, the merrier. The Throckmorton statue must be completed. The school children will see to It. mi Will McKlnney and Collin coun- ty have her reunion again this year We ought to. Watch the kidney secretions. See that they have the amber hue of health; The discharges not excessive or In- frequent; Contain no "brick dust like" sed- iment. Doan's Kidney...

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