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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 July 1907

PiKfc« THE WBBKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THUR8DAY, JULY 4. 1 Q7. PAGB BLBVBN. OVER NRW HOPE. * ? T Y ? t t Y X Y y Mm. Henry Bates la reported me better. Sunday school waa well attended nday afternoon. Mlaa Mary Taylor of Westminster Islted ber sister, Mrs. Herring, Fri- lay. Several from this community at- fBded the cream supper at Altoga jjCurday night. ■Mr. Apple will speak here Friday ilfeht, July 6. Everybody come out .nd bear what Mr. Apple has to tell 'ou. We are sure he will be loaded or the occasion. Mr. Frank Milllcan of Denlson ame down Saturday to Bee his •rother, W. M. Milllcan, of this ilace. He returned home on the tight train Saturday night. Local option speaking was held e Friday night. A large audi- e was present Rev. 8. L. Rieves cKinney was the speaker of the ning. Short talks were made by Apple and Scotty Forsythe of KcKinney. A prohibition club was organized .t this place Friday night In which wenty-six ladies and gentlemen igned a pledge to aid in every way losible...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 July 1907

,, V "v* - PR Wt S. \ i We, the Anti-Prohibition commit- tee submit the following to the ▼otere of Collin county: To the voters and tax payers of Collin county. Texas: On the 13th of July, an election will be held la Collin county, Texas to determine whether or not the ssle of Intoxicating liquors shall be pro- hibited In said oounty, and as this county hss tried prohibition for a period of more than five years, every voter in this county, who has been wide awake, knows that the same has been not only a source of con- tinue! additionsl expense, but It has proven to be a farce and a failure, and tc the end that every voter may on election day be fully advised as to the workings of the local option law In this county, this address Is carefully prepared and placed be- fore them. The Prohibition central commit- tee In a circular Issued by It. says that the petition frr this election was signed by only about 300, some of whom were not qualified voters, and censure the said 300 for ''thru...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 July 1907

sick little Mrs. - Sat-* last ■A. J. Laf- Wlll/J •> to-. y thcu ingry down j u. siting Mrs. fallng the islng Dr. al- t Tex- ^usln, left her to Mt to this and are lents, sssye Isited tof< the irist the the is of las i [rda , ss o: lllve th |t o mat Bter llock ser I wif sr t inej T )nui hit It on lave fo Mi con It litH If tel IrM % Make Hay While (he Sun Shines means to do thing when you have the opportunity to do it. In other words, "a lost opportunity is never regained." ADVICE ABOUT BANKING is "opportunity presented." We give the advioe and present the opportunity for you to become a patron of our bank. Doing so will start you on the road of "hay making" in the money line. The time to act is today. The Colli! County National Bank McKlnney, Tbxm. ———— « THB WEEKLY OBMOCRAT-OAZBTTli, THURSDAY, JULY 4. HOT. pmmammmmm m % ry ™ PAINT hue in painting tor One work. Those ts the only way to have a tint, or who buy their Paints, Varnishes and Wood Stains here get not only pure, unadul...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 July 1907

'• , .iy'i wmmmmm-'. K, <*i ti i, % EmmmmmmmLkm£w3m; wrs , .«*#, i--' i ,. t «| , - , „ ■- ■:. ■? ■ *"•" a l f, ^ ' ' i " h " '; & " ' , '* MMATP IT_fl i jBin liiijh (pifffttCViiV .... v . 14A(f i V1 • .ay • -h&sws Hi' Ipm&I ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ANfefetaMe frcpnfonfa-As Ptomotes DigestionJCkftfi* ness and RntjCoaUifls odttr Opium .Morphine narMaaiL Not Narcotic. A perfect Remedy for Cdnslipa tton > Sour Stotnach.Dlarrtm Worms .Convulsions J'ewrish IwnandLOSSOrSBEEP. ■? ^cSinie SipMart of • NEW YDBK. Lundtrihtl Exact Copy of Wrapper. (ASTORIA For Infant* and Children, The Kind Yon Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years GASTORM **« mrtmm *m •«« oitt. TUESDAY. Newt Wardlow is here from Far- znersvllle shaking hands with friends. Miss Lillie Berry, living south of town, left today for Houston to visit her sister, Mrs. Steve Hardin. W. T. Kennedy of Allen, route 3, hands us a dollar for The Democrat- Qazette another year. ThankB Virgil Hen...

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

THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. JULY 4. 1907. of the National Pur* Food Law, Cttsrsntan No. 2041, filed at Waahktfoa, □ PAGE FIVB. I _ in some of the finest hotels and restaurants, but <fcd not find any coffee to excel ! in quality Arbuckles' ARIOSA." I That it what one lady writes and ■ttffioni of others prove they believe, by using more Arbucldes' ARIOSA Coffee than all the other packaged coffees in the United States put together. The fact that Arbuckles* ARIOSA Coffee costs less and has suited the health and taste of most American people for over 37 years, ought to induce every- body to at least sample it The cities hide- many country girls and boys who secretly sigh for a cup of good coffee like " mother" made. " Mother" probably used the old original " Arbucldes'" the first roasted packaged coffee. See that you get the sealed tckage, one pound full weight, ring the name ARBUCKLES' ARIOSA COFFEE and the signature of Arbuckle Brothers, which entitles you to presents. Th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 July 1907

i ... 8.. t- ' 'Wft / -T 4. 1 07. BIG BARGAINS Offered throughout this store during the next 13 days. Many lines of seasonable goods where assort- ments are broken to be closed out. Special low prices offered on goods on which we are overstocked m Big Lawn Sale 1000 yds Scotch Lawns pretty patterns, fast col- ore, to close out, sale price the yd 4iC Shoes and Slippers All LEADING BRANDS. We are greatly overstocked on Shoes and Slippers and are making low prices to re- duce the stock. Children's Slippers 50c up. Ladies slip- pers $1.00 and up. SHOES ALL PRICES. Special Valuis In Wash Goods This Sale 1000 yards pretty Lawns always sell 10c. While they last the yd Qg 200 yards Dress Linens, nice for Skirts and ladies Suits, the yd jgg Many good things here we can't mention. Extra Lace Special 2000 yards fine torchon Lace and Inserting that sold up to 7$c yd all out in one lot this sale choice yd {jC Suitings Special 800 yards pretty Biege and Covert Suiting. Fine for Summer Skirts. Thi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 July 1907

THB WBBKLY DKMOCRAT-OAZETTB, THURSDAY. JULY 4, i 07. PAGE 8EVBN. ceptional Bargains! f Pianos and Organs Also Singer Sewing Machines. ace lile >11 - toe Having been in the Piano and Organ business in Collin County for tliu tuMt twulve (19) years, and having Hold during that time onlv makes of demonstrated merit Kimball, EstCy, Himil* tOR. Camp & Co., —which have met every requirement and de- •nan'd of my trade, e>en the most fastidious, I fuel justified 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, but to oven go further than that—to give you Bargains In Pianos and Organs that you| will at nee recognize aud appreciate. Among other reasons for this ry favorable situation, 1 have made a material reduction in number of salaried salesmen, ship altogether in Carload lots id do not practice.the very unjust custom of paying eom- ssions to teachers ami solicitors t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 July 1907

it, JfJW ' . •.jt'v'j,,, .. , A - 'ii.. At Pro At WyUe Fray. ! On June 21 a man meeting of ProhlblUonlsta was held at City Hall. Rev. 8. B. Huraey waa chosen temporary chairman and Prof C. J. Denton secretary. On permanent organisation J. H. Sneed was elected chairman und Prof. A. F. McDonald secretary. On motion and second the chair* man appointed the following as com- mittee to nominate an executive committee of seven: Drs. Butler, Maxwell and Rev. J. M. Hunt. By a motion and Becond the chair- man appointed the following ad a committee on resolutions: C. J. Denton. Rev. 8. E. Hursey, K. G. Tribble, F. M. Brooks und J. H. Day. While awaiting for reports of committees, Hhort, spirited address- es were made by the following gen- tlemen: A. W. McDonald, Rev. Schults, J. H. Sneed. Rev, Father Murphy of the Catholic church, Dr. Butler and Rev. Wells. The committee to select an exec- utive committee of seven reported us follows: A. W. McDonald, J. J. Muuday, F. M. Brooks. J. H. Day, J. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1907

I „ W,-. . -'ft. " . -• if •FOURTH YEA It. NO. fl& McKIWKV, COLLIX COUNTY, TUX AH, THl RS|>\Y, .11 LY 11, 1907. F1KMT SECTION. INNEY YOUNG PEOPLE WED home of Rev. Abe Enloe, sev- liiles southeast of town, whs eene of a quiet wedding at 1 o Bk Thursday, when Edward Ram ho and Miss Ethel Lemons IthlB 'clty wore united In marriage, If, Enioo diiiclatiiiK. The groom la eon of the lata 1). K. Rani bo, )l brother of Richmond, Joe and Rumbo, and was reared In this [ninunity where he has many ids. He returned home last after nine years' service In Jnlted States army. The bride laughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. pis of this city and Is a highly led young lady. We join with riany friends of both In ex- ^ng congratulations and best les for a future filled with hap- pen. 1ST MORTEM EXAMINATION 1$ response to a number of appll- s, Justice of the Peace T. T. late Friday night appointed Dr 8. Blythe t< make a post mortem Jtnlnatlon of the body of Light (ney who was shot and killed by flh-y D...

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

w \Hr '• m ■.& , ■ , :1 fiS1?"' W IIONAl DEPARTMENT ITEMS OP VARIOUS PROFBf 8ION8 GROUPED FOR YOUP CONVENIENCE. QUATE BATEMAN ILL. Former Texan Ball Ptojw It Bent to • Sanitarium. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC la* Red to CMmauu ta Which Are No- tices of Doctor*, DentiaU, Lawyers, Notsrlee. Etc. T. H. BRYANT, Dentlet. Foot* House. Phone 103. McKlnnaj. DR E. L. BURTON, Lroelallst, •ye, ear, oose and throat, McKlnney, Texas. JAMES LEWIS. Veterinary Sur- geon, prompt attention; ofLce phon' 339; North Kentucky street, ItcKin* ney, Texas. Dr. W. E. Rocker, office In Foot* House, second floor, southwest oor- ner. Phones: Office 46, Reslden 177. r F. O. HEDGES, Dentist, upstairs over ColUn County National bank. Residence phone 28. Office phone 412. McKlnney, Texas. T. T. Webb, Justice of the Peace, and ex-offlcio Notary Public, alwayr appreciates notary work as a s'dt line, dwtf DR J. C. GltEER—Office upstairs over J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Co., east side square, McKlnney, Texas Phones: Residence 608, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1907

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JULY 11. 1 07. PAGE THREE. u Look Out for SC f*4 ~~r irrr 99 ?<• / rj tiof Ifc otto lnd ion the Below The man at the top and the man below— all sorts of people look out for "Star" when they want a good chew. : ;u PLUG CHEW8NG T03ACC0 "Star" quality has never been equaled—"Star" value is beyond competition—'* l*<tar " sales are greater than the total salts of any five other kinds. The best is r.lvay; the cheapest—"Star" is far more economical than other chews because its so good—so rich and waxy, so sweet and sub- stantial— so wholesome ancl juicy — so elastic and lasting. Be sure and get "Star"- stitute. -accept no sub /50,000.00c) 10c. pieces sold annually In All Stores The Wrong Kind. n An old Irishman was Bitting out n front of his house puffing away 4 pulling heroically at his pipe, would light a match and pull lnd pull at his pipe, then throw the naftrh away and light another, and ©^continued the performance with front patience until...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1907

P*-'' E ! «l ■biUU PAGE POUR. The Democrat-Gazette. THIS WSJSKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, I •': I Published livery Thursday. TOM W. PKKKIN8 WAJLTBIt a WILSON Editors, PabUiliert and Proprietors. entered us second-elans mull matter. To Subscriber*: —The date printed opposite roar asms on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indicate* the time to which your aub- •orlptlon la paid- All aubaorlptlona expire on \ s ft rat of the month. Any aubacrrter no: re- rlrtng ths paper regularly will piuaa j ootlfy ua *o do not asnd reoslpta for money paid on sssurlptlona, bui oradli asme on slip a'tacbed o pspar, U orsdtt Is not bown cn allp In ten 'M'.'i fruan date of res>ltunoa, notify tela oOloo. Here Is a whole sermon of splen- did advice In a single paragraph from the Celeste Courier, which should be read aud re-read many times, for If heeded it will save many heartaches and replnlngs: Never permit yourself to do un act when under the spell of excite- ment. All things done In haste will be r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1907

w S«#T i . KHllft -i. flf SECTION. THB WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZBTT*, THUR8DAY, JULY 11. 1907. PAGE NINE. ad d /' es In ffO k- dft | ot >1e a to X- ur J 1 lED.fci) ft °f i Eth--' wived Ken- ^e he- >ledo, ed 011 it she JULY PUSH SALE Starts Saturday, July 13th, Lasting Until Saturday July 20th, at 10 a.m. Each for full Bleach Turkish Towels. See ithem at II/E are going to push out our entire stock of sum- ff mer goods to make room for our immense stock of Fall Goods, which is already beginning to arrive. It will pay you to come many miles to at- tend this sale. We can assure you a saving of from 20 to 25 per cent on goods bought during this sale. An old saying with our customers: "A little money goes a long ways" AT THE FAIR. Each'for Ladies Em- broidered Wash Belts. See them at Lace Curtains On Sale 75c vafues, curtains you can wash, every pair worth 75c, full 9-foot long, will be sold OA.A Each this Sale at fc"frw Boys Wash Pants On Sale Think of it—Bove Wash Pants to be sold durin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1907

hip *£ if i I-Gazdte. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PBRKINS WALTUi B. WILSON FlbUihrn sad Proprietor*. SATURDAY'S ELECTION. Next Saturday, July 18, the voters of Collin oounty will decide whether Or not open saloons, with all their vice and misery to the young and old, innocent and helpless, will re- turn to Collin county, or whether we shall remain In the prohibition col- umn, where the law is strictly en- forced, drunkenness and crime de- creased, our county in a prosperous condition, and our people happy and contented. For many years we had open saloons; for the past five years we have had prohibition. The peo- ple have U,ved under the rule of both. You who are intelligent, should know which Is best for you and those dependent upon you, and cast your vote accordingly- As for The Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Democrat-Gazette, we aha'1 vote for a continuation of prohibi- tion—firmly, honestly and consci- entiously believing that it Is best. To those who shall votf 'or the re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1907

ALL OVER THE COUNTY ■right and N«way LMtort Pram Th« D«m«orit-Ou(lto'i Corps •( IpMiil C*rr*iMntfMti ifWwWwV COALE'S CHAPE WALL IS CHAPEL. / ! * v Farmers are progressing nicely with their work. F. F. Duff of Melissa was In our community Sunday. The county gang have fixed the bridge on Stiff oreelc. Willie Watlia has returned from a visit to relatives at Terrell. Roucoe Wilson is attending the business college In McKlnney. Quite a number from here-are at- tending the meeting at Melissa. MiBH Alia Wallis spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Oma Nichols. The trustee* have employed Prof. Burckett of Trinity to teach next term. ,' A1 Bomar and family visited at the home of his cousin, E. L. Wai- lis, Sunday. Willie Braswell and family spent aturday -with W. W. Scott and fam- ily In McKlnney. A Sunday school was organized here Sunday afternoon. Everybody Invited to attend. A. ,L. Hatler of Shreveport and daughter, Miss Beula Hatler of Westminster, visited relatives here the past week. *...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1907

... ; . ' •' f*i ANTI-CIRCULARS mountain labored and behold brood It brought forth! We been waiting for the solid shot the sntl* had promised they were go* lag to shoot and what have we? Several little creeping creatures that i| were hatched out by the liquor in* tercets outside of Collin county and sent Into Collin for distribution, and the first of which is entitled: "WHERE THE MONEY COMES FROM." This circular is so . Id that it has become antlquntcd. It was published over a year ugo in Wil- liamson county and it wa conclu- sively shown that there never was * such a concern as the "EXTENSION BUREAU." Notwithstanding this the breweries have had the'effrontery to send "Where the money comeh from" into every ottfer county where there is n contest and presuming up- on the ignorance of the voters of Collin county, they ship it in by the wagon load. Replying to the insin- uation that liquor interests, local or foreign, are contributing to the cause of local option in this cam- paign^ we...

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

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTE. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1907. PAGE FIVE. TRIBUTE TO TENNESSEE I t / A State of Glorious History Both in the ,Tumult of War and the Calm of Peace. By Hon. T. C. Andrews. n many Tennessee-Texans will at- id tho grout reuulon of Tenuessee- ib at Nashville this full, it may not out of place to speak a few words lit this time, concerning the old ""Volunteer State." ^ Wherever you meet a TenneBsee- ijti, whether ut hotue on his native ntth or abroad in distant landB, Bu IInd him proud of hiH native Pule. F And why shouldn't he be proud? Tennessee has furnished about as many grout warriors, statesmen and orators as any other state; she has sent more soldiers to the numerous battlefields of the various wars than any other state of l}ke size. * * Settlement. From a lone settlement made up- 1)11 the beautiful Watauga River In soldiers that ever sence that day England has sought peace and com- merce with the United States instead of war. Tennessee played a more conspic-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1907

f' A 1 I. THURSDAY, JULY 11. 1 07. t r . 1 loaded a car of alfalfa Miss Clara Hammond has return- ad from Amarlllo. J. T. Ball made a bulnou trip to Farmerartlle this morning. Sheriff George Eubanks went up Mallwa and Anna thia morning. Moxie Craua left today for a bus- iness trip to Josephine and Lavon. Miss Beasle Keen returned today from a visit to Amarlllo and Midland ▲. B. Atkinson haa returned to Dallas. He was a witness in the St. Clair murder case. Ad Wilson has returned from Dal- las where he attended the Fourth of July celebration. Brick Contractor Charles R. Scott came up from DullaH today to spend Sunday with his wife. Mrs. Nora Davidson of Dallas is visiting her nieces, Mesdames B. E. Caskey and Buck Wilson, In McKln- ney. Misses Ruby Oates, Kate and Em- ma Allen are visiting Misses Kay Poole and Bessie Jackson in Green- ville. Mrs. R. S. Clower and little daugh- ter,Fay, went to Itasca today to at- tend a Chautauqua that Is lu session there. Miss Clara Chancellor of Co...

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

TIM WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1907. It Ian ha ft pavy jned In a Tom so- licit llled lleo- |alk. lew of >uld >er- |nkre Ilea? llH'll |caji lid I nee I tip- be |m Id >r'B >ro- my tad in- IflHh ind lent ixceptional Bargains! Pianos and Organs Alto Singer Sewing Machines. tig been in the Piano and Organ business in Collin County the pant twelve (12) years, and having sold during that e only make* of demonstrated merit—Kimball, Estey, Hamil- i, Camp it Co., —which have met every requirement and de- nd of r trade, eien the most fastidious, I feel justified in ioiting continuation of your support and patronage during ourr« /ear. I am in a position this year not only to meet keen competition possible, but to even go further than -to ,.ve you brlaiiu in Pianos and Organs that you| will at recognize and appreciate. Among other reasons for this favorable situation, I have made a material reduction in he number of salaried salesmen, ship altogether in Carload lots ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 July 1907

m Sip vr*"*:s^-'!'r '*" "" ! ' THB WEEKLY DEMOCR AT-0AZBTTB, THURSDAY. JULY 11, 1107. .?*, w MONDAY. M Mayor J. L. Doggett ha* returned from • trip to Galreston. Mrs. V. R. Ferguson and chil- dren are visiting relatives at West* minster. Editor F. C. Thompson, wife and children have returned from their visit at Fort Worth. Dr. James Lewis, the veterinary surgeon, went to Piano on profes- sional business today. Mrs. Peyton Westmoreland left this morning for a visit to Mrs. A. C. Qlddings In Bnnis. Lee Burgess and Ous Allen Jiave returned from a delightful recreat- ing visit to Han Antonio. Sheriff George Eubanks and wife have gone to San Antonio to attend the Sheriff's State convention. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Andrews .nd little son. Clarence, left this after- noon for a visit in San Antonio. Miss Lee Eulah Plemmons, of Dublin, is visiting at the home of her grandfather, S. J. B. Plemmons. Miss Norma Bradley of Ruston, La., has arrived for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wor- s...

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