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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1907

ttteefeljj Wttnuxui- m p. , ,i m I rwrfjiTY-FOURTH YEAR. NO. McKlNNBY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AH, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1007. FIRST SECTION. ROVED LANDSLIDE FOR PROHIBITION The Collin county local option & ^Jectlon Saturday resulted in a land- fcit slide for prohibition, the total pro- Ifchlbltion majority being 2713. This r iB an increase of more than 800 over the majority of the last elec- i tloa held March 8, 1902, when the '.total vote exceeded that of Satur- n's vote by over 1600. teturns from the different boxes the county were received at the tee of the Dally Courier-Gazette the Democrat-Gazette, arrange-.] ,f.U having been made with the k,iualrmen of both pro and anti com- mittees, and were posted on the bul- letin board of this paper in front of the office, where they were read by hundreds during the night. After the first returns had been received the result was a foregone conclusion und as box after box re- ported, the majority for prohibition continued to climb, only one bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1907

$ ■*■■■■. , w ti i m Kldtsyt An Wukeied ky Over-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure *lood. It used to be considered that only urinary ami bladder troubles were to lie traced to the kidney#, but now modern I science proves that nearly all diseases have their beginning in the disorder of these most important organs. The kidneys filter and purify the blood— _ _ v that is their work. Therefore, whtn your kidueysnre weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is ufTected and how every organ seems to fail to do Its duty. It vou are sick or " feel badly," l>egln taking the great kidney remedy, I>r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, liecause as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. If you are sick you can make no mis- take* bv first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect ot I)r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedv, is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1907

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 18, i 07. PAGE THREE. wi 7$ iron. The Badge and the "Star" The badge that dis- tinguishes the best chew made and secures the rij^ht >l way into tin- -non-h of every [ articular chewer is le little " Siar " u-.; on every piuj of p % PLUG QrlEmn® TOBACCO The immense sales of "Star" are simply due to the high standard of quillty which it introduced over forty years at;o and has since maintained against all sorts of competition. No ^hew so £ v d—no chew to economical—no chew so popular. The wholesome, sweet, waxy leaf in "Star" gives an elastic chew that holds its substance until every bit of the rich juice is chewed out of it. Lasts twice a' long as "cheap" chews. r 50,000,000 /oc. pieces sold annually * In All Stores I Hull Wwvil Exterminator. Alexandria, La., July 13.—New« of an experiment with turpentine which has apparently driven the boll weevil from the cotton fields about Cous* hatta, La., was received here today by President Paul L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1907

JfSw s. I I; - Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERpJNS WALTHH & WILSON Mttors, Publishers a nd Proprietors. ■ntered as second-cls as mall matter. * •V 1 •- * ; ' ,. 0 . . -mm ' m 1 -' T Th« data prkM oppociu Of thtMMr or od Itae i to wfilcn roar ««b- , your i U paid. All aabaorlptlona axptrs on telmtof tMBMBtt. Any •ubaoribor act ra- llvtag tka paper ragolarty will plaaaa notify ua Subscription Rate* Om copy one year •1.00 VOX POPULI, VOX DEI. Laat Saturday wan a memorable day in old Collin county. Many people have always claimed that the number "13" was a 'hoodoo" or "Jonah," bo to speak. It has prov- en thus, to the saloon, for ever and ever in McKlnney and Collin coun- ty. Five years ago the people voted for the saloon to go by 1900 major- ity. In Saturday's election they re- Iterated their opposition to the sa- loon, and the return thereof, by a majority, approximately of 2 750. A reasonably large vote was polled, and the result is even greater than the most sanguine prohib...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1907

THB WEEKLY DKMOCRAT-QAZBTTB, THURSDAY. JULY It. 1 07. PAG* NINE. ALL OVER THE COUNTY WALNUT GROVE. Little Fannie Brakeblll Is on the sick list, W. J. Davis made a business trip to McKlnney today. Miss Ella Lewis has gone to Okla- homa to visit relatives. Case Martin and family vUlted relatives at Prosper Sunday. Dave Stubblefleld and family at- tended church at Prosper Sunday. Misses Lillian and Lura Davis vis- ited friends at Prosper Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Crutcher of Bowlby visited their daughter, Mrs. W. M. Brakeblll. Little Miss Lorena Bryant visited her cousin, Ersula Cunningham, at Prosper Saturday. Crops look well after the rain. Hope it will stay dry for awhile as thoy need a little more work. Willie Davis is vlBlting his grand- parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dugger. and other relatives nt Princeton. Miss Mary Chapman visited rela- tives at Prosper Saturday and alBo attended the cream Bupper there Saturday night. Walnut Orove, July 15. BIGG KltS. CropB are looking li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1907

L •' m. * \ ;f" ' ;■ f; .ww&jptfr * :k {8BBB^ \ *%n 9 . i (a®®"A'': v * '5- ® • llHBSV • ^dfi "■•'*!' *#v ■ '^'v" '?4 * / 1 ■■ € : ■ *7 I ' Vr^V i " "'"'V |g®H - > *4 • i H^BPSRSBBHBWWI^ !>■■' '® ' '"' --. ; '"fear* -T It. 190T, xl cvjtm 1 i.'/5- ' i fcfl **> v. ,Vv I INTERURBAN LINE Sunday's Dallas Times Herald has the following detailed Amount of the Sherman-Dallas interurban now building through this city, which will be of Interest to McKln- ney and Collin county people: V ¥ The Sherman-Dallas Interurban is expected to be In operation by Ja >- uary 1, next. Its length will be sixty-three miles. . Exclusive of the termini it will reach seven large and growing towns. It will directly touch a total pop- ulation of 150,000 people and will be within easy reach of as many more. ■ . It Is the longest' electric railway ever projected In the Southwest. It will traverse tblckly settled communities and penetrate agricul- tural section as fertile and fair us there Is upon ear...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1907

I -ii^V ' ■<*■'?'" )jl ',4'";;h-. ->H ^ H THB WEEKLY DKMOCRAT-Q AZBTTB, THURSDAY, JULY 18. 1907. —1^^———i^————I — I paob rim ULY PUSH SALE 'tarts Saturday, July 13th, Lasting Until Saturday July 20th, at 10 a.m. 9c Each for full Bleach Turkish Towels. See them at 9c 117' E are going to push out our entire stock of sum- IV 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. Ladies broidered Lace Curtains On Sale r$c values, curtains you can wash, every pair worth 75c, full 9-foot long, will be sold Oil Each this Sale at (Cnf W Boys Wash Pants On Sale Think of it—Boys Wash Pants^to be sold this great sale at pair Only during 10c 25c Quality Men's Suspenders At half price this sale. Men's fancy suspenders, bought...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1907

ft * m$h i T72 ■ ' THE < • ' ♦ !R w = W HARD Til Thtf Jury to the cur of the Bute v . Tom Braddox, the negro charg- ed with assault to murder his di- vorced wife, In this city last March, returned a verdict of guilty, assess- ing a sentence of two and a half years In the penitentiary Braddox \ having waived his application for a new trial, sentence was passed upon him by Judge Pearson today and he will at once be taken lo the State penitentiary to begin serv!r.s sentence. ¥ V Credit to Collin Official**. John Dunbar, alias John Coleman, the negro school teacher, convlctod of theft and perjury In connection with several school vouchers cashed by him, and who was given senten- ces aggregating four and a half years in the penitentiary, iu the dis- trict court here, pleaded guilty in Dallas Friday to a charge of per- jury In cashing similar vouchers and was given a sentence of two years. To the county attorney's and sheriff's departments of Collin county belongs the credit of locatin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1907

#' 1 ' THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, JULY 18. 1907. PAGE 8EVEN, Exceptional Bargains! Pianos and Organs* V Alto Singer Sewing Machines. % Having been in the Piano and Organ business in Collin County for the pant twelve (12) years, and having Hold during that time only makes of demonstrated merit—Kimball, Estey, Hamil- ton, Camp & Co.,— which have mot every requirement and de- mand of my trade, men the most fastidious, I fee) 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 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- miHsioiiH to teachers and solicitors to in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1907

*'■ V ' fmf t'-x'T 'iV f;;'' ~ • : "I." - THE WttKLY s-r-- ™*m£w •<*-■%. . JOLT XI, 1M7. 'fffW'v f$¥ :t, '.!<• , y— MMMM i4fr to be Given Away Don't fail to try for this, it costs you absolutely nothing at all. See conditions below. 1 z Yon can get a Chance to get this Nice Driving Wognn FRERI We are going to make 1807 our banner year for business and in order to do so, we must get In touch with people who want and need goods in our line. Therefore in order to do so we make the following proposition: We are going to give away this nice trap shown In above cut. All we ask of you is to cut out this advertisement and write the names of your friends or neighbors who will be in the market this summer or fall for something In our line. We will upon receipt of sumo enroll your name as one of the contestants. On October first all the names received will b* written on a small card which will be placed In a small sealed envelope and placed in a box. The contents will be thoroughly mixed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1907

{Democrat- •FOURTH YKAlt, NO. 81. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THUH8DAY, JULY 2ft, 10<>7. e-. / the" P inl lw ur-J Bed did iftd. I WITHER VICTORY FOR SIR CUPID nother demonstration of the oft- ted adage that "love will find ay" and that Sir Cupid is al- ys a fierce proposition to go up linst, wan afforded in a romantic rriage that took place at tho irt house here about midnight Lurday. The contracting parties were Mr. >d Ashley and Miss Julia Taylor, prominent and popular young iple of the Lowery Crossing com- nity. It seems that for a long ki'-lhe young hearts of both had n pierced by an arrow shot with igng aim from Cupid's quivering atVd that matrimony seemed the r&nedy for an adoration such I theirs. But alas, as Shakespeare since declared "The course of love never did run smooth," It was even so in this case and this occasion. Parental objec- s had interposed an obstacle ; had served to circumvent the Itatlon of "love's young dream" the few months until the fair...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1907

tehb DBMOCRAT-OAZETTB, THURSDAY JULY SB, lt07. aPRHWw If $pp$f v'v P> "■■S Neckwear We have an ele- gant line of new and up - to - date Neckwear, THE VERY LATEST THINGS at a re- duction of 35 per cent. Suspenders—all the best makes at a reduction of 20 per Cent . Stiff Dry Goods Co. LARGEST DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT IN COLLIN COUNTY July and August Clearance Sale JULY 20th TO AUGUST 20th This July-August Sale will prove the greatest selling event ever conducted in this part of the State. We planned for it months ago, and have gathered an endless array of bargain items, all new fresh merchandise which you can buy at astonishing price reductions. Space permits the mention of but a few of the thousands 01 matchless values that will be on sale throughout our store. We extend you a most cordial invitation to visit this extraordinary sale. Stylish Millinery AT Half Price Just the Hat to please, any shape, BEAUTIFULLY TRIMMED. Ladies this is tl Millinery chan< of the season fj you. HAT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1907

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY JULY 15, 1107. |-a< -2( 8< 5< optional Bargains! ans to pe, LY IN ianos and Orgai Alto Singer Sewing MnenTnet. ng been in the Piano and Organ business in Collin County tte past twelve (13) years, and having sold during that only i^ftken of demonstrated merit- -Kimball, Estcy. Hamil- ' & CO.,—which have mot every requirement and de- my trade, e>en the raoHt fastidious, I feel juHlitied in a continuation of your support and patronage during, rrent year. I am in a position this year not ouly to meet eneHt competition possible, but to even go further than to give you Bargains 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 umber of salaried salesmen, ship altogether in Carload lots io not praotice the vory unjust custom of paying com- >ns to teachers and sio'icitors to induce them to rocotu- my pianos, thus dealing directly, fran...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1907

- - . ■ ■ . ife'vS TOM W. PERKINS WALTKU R. WILSON •udltorm, Publishers and Proprietor* uttered tui «econd-claas mall matter. ———————Of— "«j -tumtartborc-Tb* data prtntad opposii* oar 04m* nn the margin of tli« paper or on the * vper mdioatee the time to which your ub- irlplloa la p*l.| All BUbftortpttuna expire o. t v drat of tin month. Any •ubucriber n?t ro- lvlag the pi par raynUrty will ploaae notify ua « -i-h wm reoawu tor mooajr paid ot ipticmt., om oraduaaaa on allp a*Uoh<xi V«r, U oradlt la not ahnwn on allp In tan rM« date of raaiittaaoa, notify thla offloa r ■ - I !r' ^ 'W.'. ' SS9BS1£ Subscription Rate* copy one year 91.00 Oet ready (or tbe big picnic. Lick Prairie baa become famous. Collin county'* corn crop will be great. - — Just keep the dates In mind, Au- gust 14, 15 and 16. Collin county crop conditions con- tinue constructive. Uood roads may be considered ex- pensive, but bad roads are more so. The big picnic Is less than a month off -and Its going to be a whlzz...

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

COUNTY THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY JULY 86, 1107. It* Irs. I dwt W.l we| jr ek. fgul Csnil retoij repa rreel DUMP. Mr. Jim Champion was in Piano Saturday. "Uncle" Johnnie Dunn wai In Wy- He one day la«t week. W. T. Corbltt went to McKlnney on business Monday. Mr. Pat Dempsey and little son, Hughy, went to McKlnney Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wilmeth were visiting in Blythe community Sun- day. Miss Emma Dempsey has been suf- fering with an Injured foot for the last week. Several from this place attended the children's exercises at Lucas Sun day night. Miss Otto Denton of Wylie is spending this weed with Miss Amy t. .. Bellmyer. In ^ Messrs. Walter and A1 Bellmyer ^attended the ball game at Wylie Sat- ai.urday evening. r& Mr. Tom Dunn and family of Wy- [theVl® spent Sunday with "Uncle" Johnny Dunn and family. There will be an Ice cream supper at this place next Tuesday night, Ju- ly 23. Everybody come. Messrs. Jim and Zeke Champion nnd Mrs. Martha Jones visited in Branch co...

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

l WZ *v- " .ffv A •■ *>' '' ', '.v •? * \ ^ *•'-. ■ > ^UmL^L. , - r. ■ ' ■ ■" IS j' a,.' * . m* July 26 to Aug. THE \w TONAL er ^ llhet >{*.*.. J#,v-fjw*.*$j.fjr *J-' i' Every Green Tag Is a Bargain Indicator Look at This Lawn, 4c 700 yards Scotch lawns, you know what they are worth this season, we will close out the lot this sale at 10 yards for 40c Domestic 1000 jrds Brown Domestic worth 5c yd 2 to 10 yds lenghts can't last Ions at the price 3c Umbrellas Special 10 doz. Ladies and Misses Umbrellas Tagged in Green each 45c Bit Handkerchief Sale. 40 doz. ladies plain, white Handker- chiefs while they last Green Tag price each - 2 1-2C Mens & Boys Furnishings Do not escape the Famous Green Tags 20 Doz. Men's Cream Negligee Dress Shirts stacked out at Green Tag Prices Each 25c 40 doz Men's Madras dress Shirts Reg- ular 50c values the world over. Our Green Tag price each 35g 30 Doz Men's Elastic Seam Drawers the pr 33c Hpjx pjnp^ 5j|io^07 meng / and boys Summer Coats Stack...

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

07 eri^ an r<^ m '4f' emmant Sale THE iU Clearance Sale In Full Blast ig in this city we have regularly twice a year held a great and in magnitude and bargain giving. Now with a better assorted (the coming event of all bargain sales, eclipsing all past efforts in les a simple announcement of the event would be sufficient to They know that it is a money saving sale they cannot afford to it accustomed to trading at a strictly cash store the Green Tag sale will find something new brought out with the Green Tag attached Plenty of Ice Water, Electric Pans and Big Bargains for All. What do you think of This? 1000 yards Nice Torchon Lace Remnants worth 5 and 7 l-2c yd. All strung up. Green Tag price the yd ^ 4c 's and Men's Oxfords and Shoes, t of th« Original Cost Chopped Off. Whito Canvas Oxfords 72 pair ladies white Canvas Oxfords Green Tag Price 90c 80 pair Misses Ladies white canvas Oxfords. $1.00 and $1.25 85c 200 Pr. Ladies White Can- vas Oxfords. Our regular $1.50 and $1.75 line...

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

gpf § I, -, " m% ? # Mr ' . ' w r ■ j ■,'Xi f v'r t ; ' ■ .. r',: u " «• :; > ; S.M "} Kill;:; t SfrUi-w '.-v i "vu; "H ANNUAL PICNIC AND RE-UNIOtJ Of Old Settlers and Ex-Confederates of Collin County. City Park ! McKINNEY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AUGUST 14, 15 AND 16th. From 10,000 to 20,000 daily attendance anticipated. These annual Collin County celebrations . no equal in Texas. Elaborate preparations are being made to amuse and entertain the thous~. who will attend. Oov. T. M. Campbell has accepted, and other speakers of State and National re* tation are accepting. Amusements of every kind for old and young. Plenty of ice water, and abu dance of stock water. Special arrangements for campers. RIGHTS WILL BE SOLD AT COURT HOUSE SATURDAY JULY 27. Officers of Association. E. W. Kirkpatrlck, president. W. Avery Dowell, first vice presi- dent. Capt: J. S. Dowell, second vice president. Col. T. M. Scott, third vice presi- dent. C. W. Smith, treasurer. Walter B. Wilson ...

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

■ >U1 id C lompt and I Doo.l^ ^ |Accoi | pub lind ifthlt jlac mo at! 150 rovl jfro I * In I TH1 WKBKLT DEMOCRAT-OAZBTTB, THUR8DAY JULY 25, 1 07. • t \ ■/. Umbrellas A nice assortment of handles and good covering. A new lot just received, marked to sell at $1.25, on sale at 95c 3000 Yds Embroidery From 1 1-2 to 4 inches wide, values 6 1-2 to 10c, all in one lot at 5c Ladies 10c Handkerch'fs One asst. lot of plain hem- stitched and embroidery edge and corners, ALL NEW on sale at 5c Sc Pearl Buttons Will go during this sale at 2 dozen for 5c Fast Black Hose 12 l-2c value on sale at 7c Table Linen Full bleached, mercerized ta- ble linen, selling at 40c, on sale at 26c White Indid Linon Very cheap at i5e. A limit- ed quantity will be offered during this sale at 11c Ladies Vests Nice quality ribbed Lisle r ped neck and sleeA gj 12 i-2c value on sale at 7c 10c Lawns for 5c This lot is made up of a very pretty range of patterns, 10c values for 5c Towels Half bleached large size, 45x20 in...

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

ma prevailing in tli is because aodece tiwl'^uiy'eoddeti deaths are caused by it—heart dis- pneumouia, heart failure or apoplexy are often the n result of kid- ney disease. If kidney trouble ia allowed U> advance thekidiiey-poiaon- ed blood will at- causing catarrh of , or the kidneys themselves and waste'away cell by cell, troubles almoat always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained ouickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. If you are feel- ing badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and •ealding pain in passing it, and over- comes tuut unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get np many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cores of the most distressing cases. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and ia •old by all drugg...

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