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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1907

M tUcchiu Democrat-® alette TWHNTY-FOURTH YEAR. NO. 19. McKlNNKY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AH, THI USDW, JUNE 1.1, 1007. F1U8T SECTION. iflCTIM OF OUTRAGE HERE Legon Carltn, a printer who lant I February was the vletf of one of \ lut. JOY TURNED TO SORROW the moat cruel and out...geous acts that baa ever occurred In this State, and which greatly stirred the people of Waco and vicinity, was in the city today. Carlin, who is a young man of about thirty years, quite intelligent and prepossessing, had for some time previous to the occurren^ been working in a printing o^.-e am Bynam, Hill county. He went to™ ■Waco, then "went broke" and con- cluded to walk out of the city to the next town, intending to 'phone from there to his employer at Bynam for money to enuble him to return and resume work. After having walked for several miles in the country he passed a place where three men were at work sawing wood a short distance from the roadside, using a crosscut shw. They cailed to him and told him ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1907

THE WBEKLY D1 AZETTE. THURSDAY, JUNB 11, lt07. The Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER B. WILSON Pabilihm mmI Proprietors. ■stored m second-class mall matter. TO aabaortbani—Hm 4*1* printed oppo#it« IVUM oo th« margin of th« pimr or on th« ntMr laAiaMM the time to which roar auk- All Ml •xptrs on th* paper rogulariy will plaaaa not If y us mo4 rooolpta tor bmnmt paid on t i, but orodll aamo on allp a'.taobod , If oradlt la not aboirn on «np la tan ~ 4ata of reaglttanoe, notify thla — Subscription Ratoe One copy one year 91.00 The ex-Confederate reunion thla year will be a big one. Mark whut we tell you. A Kentucky town has gone for prohibition, Wonders will never in thla old world. Never. Work la progressing rapidly on the Interurban and pipe line, ub Col. Jupiter Piuvlua will permit. Wylle is preparing for emergen- cies. Her citizens are donating to a public storm house fund, the storm houae to be made in the bus- iness part of town. Learn your boys to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1907

- vv: " ' Kfe ?' i thb weekly democrat-gazette, thur8day, june is, 1007. LYDIA LPINKHAM'S VE8ETABLE COMPOUND Is acknowledged to be the moat sue- amedy in the country (or iful a T painful ailments peculiar to women. For more than SO years it has been curing Female Complaints, such as Inflammation, and Ulcera- tion, Falling and Displacements, and consequent Spinal Weakness, Backache, and is peculiarly adapted to the Change of Life. Records show that it has cured more cases of Female Ills than any other one remedy known. Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound dissolves and expels Tumors at an early stage of development. Dragging Kensationscausing pain,weight, and headache are relieved and permanently cured by its use. It corrects Irregularities or Painful Functions, Weakness of the Stomach. Indigestion, Bloating, Nervous Prostration, Headache, Gene- ral Debility; also, Dizziness, Faintness Extreme Lassitude, "Don't care and want to !*• left alone' feeling, Irritabilitv, Nervousness,Sle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1907

' 1 8parUnburg. 8. C., Jua 11.- The latest device in a cotton picking machine !• that Invented by A. 0. Klnyon, road foreman of the South- ern Railway, and If the machine will do what Mr. Klnyon claims for It, his Invention will revolutionise the cotton Industry In the south. The cotton picking machine Is made so that it will atraddle a row of cotton and as the machine is drawn along it will draw portions of the cotton into a vacuum chamber. This chamber is connected with a auction apparatus of sufficient power to draw the staple from the boll, then through pipes Into a box ar- rangement back of the machine. The compressed air which oper- ates the machine Is generated by the CONSTIPATION. Its Cause and How to Cure it. Guess Bat too much, Stomach feels bloated, All out of sorts, Don't feel like work to-day. I've another case of biliousness. "Take anything?" "Yes; some pills, but no results; sup- pose I'm getting ironclad. Sometimes I double the dose, then they physic me so hard I'm t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1907

THB WEEKLY DEMOCBAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 13. 1907. ALL OYER THE COUNTY. ■right «n4 Newsy Latter* From Tn« DMiMnt-Ouilli'i Corp* tf Special Ctrm nd«nU ► i 7 VERONA. E. P. Otfford haB been real nick. Dr. TompBon has erected an office in Verona. 8. 8. Stroup and family of Itasca are vUltlng relatives here. Oliver Turner of Vlney drove wan here on a visit Wednesday. Miss Parkhlll of Freegrass visited the Misses Kuykendall recently. Albert Stroup left Saturday for Commerce to attend the summer nor mal. Mrs. A. C. Woodall of Sulphur Springs is here visiting her daughter Mrs. Stone. • Misses Ella and Minnie Bogard gave the young folks a berry supper Thursday night. Kev. Keller filled hia regular ap- polntment at the M. 13. church Sun- day and Sunday night. Mrs. Bedle St. Clair and daughter, Miss Mabel of Tioga, are visiting rel- atives in this community. W. B. St. Clair of Benjamin, Knox county, is mingling with his old •Verona friends this week. Several from here attended the annual de...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1907

M: g?;: ? Everybody's Dogs Br B. A. Hall. i" • Everybody's Doga: Being one of the dogs myself 1 have no apology to offer for the above heading. You hare seen the run-about dog that got his scanty living off the public, and you have noticed too that everybody In the country felt at perfect liberty to kick him, or throw a rock at him every time they got a chance. In other words he waa everybody's dog and hence ev- erybody had a right to kick him. Well there are some people In this world that are treated some- what like this dog—among them is the newspaper editor. He of course, la everybody's servant. He is doing his level best to make the paper a success, fostering every legitimate enterprise In the country; gather- ing news from the four winds of the earth; does more gratis work than anybody; works like a slave. Really 1 wish our critics could see the faithful editor at work; often while the world is slumbering on beds of ease the editor, In his office, ul] covered with ink, so tired...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1907

i* $ ' w "V A*>'i- . .. :?/.* ;■' ■ '•"! —e OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC OOOOOOOOW,-V^OOOOOO PRESCRIPTION FILLING THEDOCTOR'S DUTY. He must first examine the patleut by the lights of Science to determine where and what the trou bio in. He must determine and prescribe precisely the kind of drugs needed to effect a cure. He must direct the doses and leave no room for doubt on the part of the patient or the drug gist who compoounds the prescription. There his duty ends. THE DRUGGISTS' DUTY. He should All the prescription precisely as It is written. He should not deviate a hair's breadth either in quantity or kind. His drugs and medicines should be the purest and best. He should Bhut his eyeB to anything but the very best. He should avoid the handling of inferior drugR as he would any other crim- inal act When he has done all this he has simply done hiB du- ty. No more. YOUR DUTY. If medicine Is to cure a disease it must be good medicine, the best only, is good enough. Your duty to yaurself an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1907

THM WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, JUNE IS, 1907. SECOND SECTION. Celebrated RAILROAD and PIPE LINE $3.00 SHOE 1 }- McKinney, Texas II J TU EJDA Y. County Treasurer Joe B. Rogers has returned from a business trip to Bast Texss. Miss Cora Martin who haa been visiting relatlvea here and at Mells- aa left today for her home at Gra- ham, Youug couuty. Rev. J. H. Bone who was here from Prosper, left thin morning to I attend the meeting of the Dallas I Presbytery of the Presbyterian church. U. 8. A. Walter Miller left this afternoon for a trip In the northwestern por- tion of the county to represent Jones Academy among the young people of that section. Mrs. M. F. Brackney and children arrived last evening from Sherman to visit relatives in this city. Mr. Brackney accompanied them and v..>nt (o Dallas oi. business today. Ed West returned today from Aberdeen, Mi& .. where he went in response to a message announcing the critical illness of his, mother, who died before he reached h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1907

THE WEEKLV DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1 07. ren are dead. She made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Alice Bat- tles, where she died. All her child- ren were at her bedside during her last hours except her son, 8. J. Da- vis. They shipped her remains , to Waxahachle, Ellis county, where he went and saw her laid to rest In the City cemetery. Written by her granddaughter of Collin cohnty, Tex- as. IDA BELLE DAVIS. 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. Collin Co. Imp. & Vehicle Co. R. E. CARPENTER, Pres. McKINNEY, .... TEXAS WA PRINTING LAND LAWS. Books Will lit1 IU iuly for Distribu- tion in August. Austin, Texas, June 10.—J. T. | Roblson, chief clerk of the General J Land Office and Acting Commission- er, gives out the following state- I ment: "My attention has been called to Ithe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1907

IS' || f 1 • * ( Mfl •'%•'■ ' •'•• '• ,•;■ ' JAY, JUNE It, 1 0T. W7''1' p^l' * i . ND BRAND 501 FOR THE WELL DRESSED MAN Tk« Material# are selected with the utrnoct care fcy expert* and only stock thr.t conform* to cn exacting require- ment is used. Shapes and styles are according to fashion s latest decree, and workmanship and finish are up to the Diamond Brand standard — which means t!:c Lest. The most fastidious will cl ways have the satisfaction of feel- ing well shod when they wear Diamond Brand shoes. Look for the Diamond Brand—its for your protection. JHY ANOTHER DEALER ir Y0IW5 HASN'T THEM MAKERS , %t$itafillti we make none riNC snow, TtvYt AMT OTMEF? HOUJC ' in TMK fWCJL for Half m Hour la Aa bljr* Chsmbrr. ItlDINO Ol'T I'AHHEH. Trains Are Crowded Willi Legislat- or* Trying to l'w l'| I'uhnch. Just bark from h trip over the State following the session of the Texas PreHH Assoc latlon, John B. Davis, editor of the Texan Meaqulter, said to a Dallas News reporter yea- terdny: "...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1907

, 1 . TUB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THUR8DAT. JUNE 13, 1907. Exceptional Bargains! IN the Pianos and Organs Alto Singer Sewing Machines. Having been in the Piano and Organ business in Collin County for the pant twelve (12) years, and having sold during that time only makes of demonstrated merit - Kimball, Estcy, Hamil- ton, Camp A Co.,—which have met every requirement and de- mand of my trade, e\en the most fastidious, I feel justified in soliciting a continuation of your su|>port 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 you| will at once recognise 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 t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1907

flPlwL m PLEASURES We all know what a blank, dull, placethiaworld would bell ii were not for some of the pleasures that we hare intermingled with our work and worry. Some women find no pleasure or oomfort at all in their shoes; that is ■imply beoause they have not found the right kind. In the 'Quaker Shoe' For $3.00 there la a siyllmb, nobby b,oe for every foot and m "Ouaker" aho«R are made by experts. In a specialty factory, over foot-oooformlriK lanta and ont <*f the oeat and most popular leatherw, they are sure to flt well and give satisfaction, which means pleasure, "Quaker" shoes art made by the goodyear welt prooeas, doing away with the tacks, *n and thread found on the Inside of so many shoes that hurt, bnm and blister the feet. This means, too, that they are soft and pliable. All In all, with every Item summed up, Ku will And that the "Quaker" nhoe is the it shoe that can be bought for 14.00 Remember to ask for "Quaker"—"The ahoe that does not hnrt." A. J. CLINE. Shoes, F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1907

1-FOURTH YEAR. NO. 19. McKINXEY. COLLIN COUNTY, TKX AH, THtltNDAY, Jt'pTK 90. 1007. FIRST HHCTION. prohibition meeting held The County Prohibition mass meeting called to meet here at 1 jTclock Saturday waB attended by ap ience that filled nearly every A number of ladies were |reeent. The meeting opened by the Hing- ing of hymns and prayers and much pnthuslasm prevailed. Assistant County Attorney John )oyle was called to preside tempo- irlly and Esq. T. T. Webb, Justice J f the Peace of Precinct 1, was plected temporary secretary. Mr. Doyle briefly stated the ob- ject of the meeting was to prepare |o organise - nd take up the gauntlet irown down by the antis who had filed a petition for another elec- ¥ ¥ imittc<' ou Permanent Organiza- n. ie following committee on per- manent organization was named: L. C. Clifton, chairman; R. C. Ilorn, R. L. Ray, Scatty Forsyth and S. Aston of Farmersville. ¥ ¥ Committee on Resolutions. L. J. Truett, chairman; J. H. leed of Wylle; Prof. F. G. Jon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1907

W<f fjii as aecond-claaa mall matter. JPKtS your ub- «xptr on _ _ rfct n- plMM notify ua tor mmn mM ob m oa allp MMfev* TSV tabacriptloB Rate* one year 91.00 Soon be reunion time. Line up (or the people. Work for the big reunion. Split-log drag Just a little. To boost is ail right; to build is better. Wonder who'll win, the people or the trusts? Navarro county votes on prohibi- tion Saturday. Keep on until you Bpllt-log drag some anyhow. #——■- Be a doer—help your wife In the garden, If no more. Don't ride your neighbor's hobby; g- t one of ywur own. While doing good for yourself, ♦hlnk of the other fellow. The sweet girl graduate Is now helping mama wash dishes—nit. If Col. Bill Sterett wants to go to Congress, he can go. That's all. Everything Is raised in Collin county regularly, and sometimes—- Cain. Collin county must have better roads or fall behind in the march of progress. Everyday of sunshine meanB thous- ands of dollars to the farmers of Col- lin county. That $2400 audit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1907

w THE WEEKLY DENOCRAT-OAZBTTB, THUR8DAY, JUNE 20, 1*07. PAOE THREE. | r - WORKING WOMEN, "WHAT THEY SHOULD KNOW ( v ■ Jilil r: tton Unc ttaer t A han oth tins ■ of stlr t Lily Eli iwi MRS.SADIE ABBOTT Women for the most part spend ' their lives at home, and it is these 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, i sweeping, dusting and often washing, ironing and aewing for the entire family, who call for our sympathy. Truly the work of such a woman is "never done" and is it any wonder that she breaks down at the end of a years, the back begins to ache, aere is a displacement, inflammation >r ulceration of the abdominal organs, female weakness is brought on, and struggle of that wife and mother continue her duties is pitiful. Lydla E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and hprbs, is the exact medicine a woman needs whose strength is over- taxed. It keeps the fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1907

' " 'r ♦ ft ' fm u <3^ * thi whklt dbmocrat-oazbttb. thursday, june 10. 1*07. ' ?■ s'. *$/,•«# mm ■ plf 35 Youth, light colored Suits, fn odds ahd ends, sold from $7 5© to $12.50, a suit A big: line of $150 Eagle Shirts at $2.95 $1.00 Ask to see those odds and ends in Bakers Muslin Underwear. Blue and Pink Under, sh rts and Drawers worth $1.00, suit at We realize that money matters are close, we also realize that the season is very backward, we know we have an unus- ually largest stock of up-to-date goods and we know it will take special low prices to move this stock, and j for that very reason we have inaugurated this special 10 days bargain . Sale. We quote only a few of the special prices. /0O>* Come let us show you the others. 60c June Bargain Sale Only one price of 65c cross- bar White linen WaistingS^ per yard 39c 6 pieces 50c and 35c white Waisting at 15c AmiJufftwaool CLOTHING < 1 «< < < << «< a t< 11 i < (( < < << << <&l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1907

sboond section. orncc Sold by RHEA (EL SCOTT, McKinney, Texas We also carry the prettiest line of Wall Papers ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Latter* From The Democrat-OazctU's Corpa of Special Correspondents THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1907. PAGE NINE. AUTHORITATIVE ALLEN ADVICES pike. The oat harvest Is over and the crop was very light. Prof. Foster of Blue Ridge, was in our town Friday and Saturday. Rev. Davis filled his regular ap- pointment here Saturday and Sun- day. Mrs. Burkhalter, a mile south of town, is very sick with pneumonia complicated with asthma. Miss Angle Redman who spent three weeks visiting her sister in Dallas, has returned home. The farmers are working from daylight to dark. Crops are some- what improved, but there is great room yet for improvement. Grandma Wilson of Oklahoma, is here to spend the summer with her children, Mrs. Sallie Sublet, Mrs. Fannie Stephens and Dave Wilson. Miss Sallie Whited was badly y burned, but not seriousl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1907

imocrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. Si mi ■ TOM W. PERKINS WALTER B. WILSON Miters, Pnbltshers and Proprietors. - - .js**ms*sss TWELVE PAGES LOCAL OPTION ELECTION. - . JWKKLES SLIGHTiy MAKES THE GRINDING 5ft? WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, JUNE SO, 1 0T. The petition presented to the com- mlssloners' court for a local option election in Collin county having been found to meet all legal requirement* and the law being mandatory in •uch cases, the court has, In accord- ance with the tenor of the petition, ordered the election, July 13 being set as the date for holding it. We believe that we voice the sentiments of a large number, if not a majority of the citizens on both sides, in regretting that Collin county is to again bear the heat and burden of a local option campaign, with all the porsonal feeling and an- imosities that are so often engender- ed by it. However, the election Is on and we deem this an opportune time to enter a plea for tolerance, liberality and forbearan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1907

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, JUNE 20. 1907. PAGE ELEVEN. y * PROFESSIONAL DEPARTMEN1 ITEMS OP VARIOUS PROFES- i SIONS GROUPED TOR YOUR OONVKN1KNCK. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC it I ted to Columns )n Which Are No- tice! of Doctor*, Dentists, Lawyers, Notaries. Etc. T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. .Foot* House. Phone 203. McKlnney. DR. E. L. BURTON, Specialist, eye, ear. nose and throat, McKlnney, Texas. JAMES LEWIS, Veterinary Sur- geon, prompt attention; office phon< 339; North Kentucky street, McKln- ney, Texas. Dr. W. E. Rocker, office In Foute House, second floor, Bouthwest cor- ner. Phones: Office 46, Reslden 177. F. G. HEDGES, Dentist, upstairs over Collin County National bauk. Residence phone 28. Office phone 412. McKlnney, Texas. T. T. Webb, Justice of the Peace, and ex-officlo Notary Public, alway appreciates notary work as a s'dt line, dwtf DR. J. C. GREER—Office upstairs over J. D, Sttff Dry Goods Co., east side square, McKlnney, Texas Phones: Residence 008, office 60 . DR. T. W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1907

h , * .■mM /.;* it ■'■'I ' : "1:'f i.a .. .i THD WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-O; THUMP. AT. JUNE SO. 1I0T. A Money-Raising Sale Sale Starts June 19th, Lasting 9 Days, Closing Jane 29th. First Cost We will give to every one making a "bill from $io oo and up anyjtrunk[at ACTUAL FIRST COST IttttE find we are greatly over-stocked at this season of the year, and in order W to reduce our stock for quick selling, we have CUT THE PRICES, in many instances, lower than they can be bought at wholesale. Bring one of these Cab Fare Free To any of our out-of town customers we will pay Cab Fare to and from depot with any purchase from $10 and Up 7(l-2c*Laces on''Sale 30 pieces fine val laces beautiful patterns, a bargain for you,"yard 4c 10c Ginghams On* Sale m I5 bolts! pretty New Spring Ginghams all out in one large lot at yard 7 1-2c 7c Embroideries On Sale Short pieces 2 to 5 yds in piece, pretty Em- broideries on sale at yard 4c 39c Corset Covers on Sale 60 fine Corset Covers, all nicely trimmed, all out ...

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