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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1907

WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZETTB, THURSDAY JULY 26, 1I0T. ■ " Chief Wants Your Star" The chew that's always asked for—the chief want of every chewer—the standard chew for over forty years—still, as always, both the best and most economical chew made is STAR PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO Only the choice, ripe, fine-bodied leaf is good enough for "Star"—that's why it is so sweet, juicy and so lasting—that's why a 10c. plug of "Star" chews better and twice as long as other chews that seem bigger. Everywhere the call is for "Star"—every time it's the chew that is chosen—and every bite is "chewed dry." 150,000,000 /oc. pieces sold annually In All Stores ure in Texas politics. He was ten- dered office time and again, but al- ways refused. He haw not missed a State democratic convention Blnce the Civil war. He has always been a strong supporter of Hogg, Culber- son and Bailey. COAL OIL FOR WKKVII. < 'apt. J. L. tficcr In Furnlshiug l*re< ventntive to Tenants. Capt. J. L. Oreer of this city, one of Col...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1907

* \ i fW:M ^ £** <* £il*-* !'''Jfr • '"•■ * THURSDAY JULT SB, 1107. !P*SS Shoes and Hats MeKlnnay's Big Daylight Store. Clothing and Furnishings We call your special attention to the following, come today. .v.- We are somewhat overstocked in Ladies Oxfords. Come and look at these. Under <he present shoe market the above are away less than the real value. Ladies New, Fresh Oxfords, As- sorted Kinds. 99, 124, 139, 149, 174, 199,. Chil- drens 49, 74, 79, 89, 99, Mens Oxfords and high cut shoes. Keith's Konqueror and Friedman's for less. Young men's Oxfords etc. Clothing Department We have had a big Clothing business, but to close out a few we offer some extra good values. Just come and see the following: Fit-well brand Suits, $7.45, $9.95, 11.45, 13.45, worth $3 to $$ more on each suit. Our line of men's outing and dress trousers at $3 to $5 are worth more than asked for them. Mens Dress Straw Hats at 35 per cent off. Mods Furnishing good*, 25c and SOo the garment. Shirts Si, wor...

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

;s Ukchln fflcmocrat- TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR, NO. M. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AH. THURSDAY, AUGUST I, ! «-. W. W. HUNTER" PASSES AWAY William W. Hunter, on whom an operation for appendicitis wan per- formed last Thursday, an mentioned at the time in this paper, died Wed- nesday at 11 o'clock, ills condi- tion was thought to be favorable up until a few hours prlcy to his death, when a turn for the worse occurred. Two yearB of poor health had under- mined his system and he was una- ble to further resist the shock of the attack of appendicitis and death re- sulted as above stated. The deceased was born Oct. 16. 1849, in Wilson county, Tennessee, where he was twice married—first to Miss Sophronn Smlthwlck and then to MIsb Salena Kirk. Two chil- dren by the first marriage survive— Llllard, married and living at Wood- lawn, and Walter, who lived with his father. Four children by his last marriage—Jennie, May, Curtis and Ruth, ranging in age from 14 to 2 years, survive with their mother. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 August 1907

r'4^\ - ■•r-T ^ " >.q IWP ■': ' ' ' '\ ' , 1 • - , *r •• „«■ -,,f . • ... ■ , THURSDAY, AUOUST i. 1107 >BT UP WITH ▲ X,AMB BACK? Trouble Hakes Ton Miserable. Uinoet ev?rybo<ly who read* the ncw - pw it sure to know of the wonderful I cures mode by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Root, the great kid- ney, liver and Mad- r - der remedy. ?Hi It is the great mcd jjlH icul tr'umph of the H It nineteenth century ; r IM discovered after yeur C^al\a of scientific research by Dr. Kilmer^ the | eminent kidney and bladder specialist, and is wonderfully ful in promptly curing lame back, uric acid, catarrh of the Madder aud Bright'* Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec- ommended for everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will l>e found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work and in private practice, and hat proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has l>een mad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 August 1907

wmw. THB WRJ15KLT DEMOCRAT-OAZBTTB, THURSDAY, AUGUST I, 1 07. * m '< The Race for the Chew and the Chew for the Race! Dor.': waste any time trying to get a There is none I For over forty years competitors have been hustling to equal "Star" quality—to equal 4,Star" sales—to equal "Star" value—and: till "Star" sells as much as any other five brands put together. better chew. PLUG CHEWflNG TOBACCO is made only of choicest ripe, sweet, elastic leal which chews waxy and rich until every bit of the wholesome juice iiJ chewed out of it. A J Oc. piece of " Star " lasts twice as long as bigger pieces of cheaper kinds—which makes " Star" the most economical chew in the long run. No satisfaction like a -'Star" chew! /JO,000,000 lOc. paces sold annually. In All Stores 1 ❖ ❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖ ❖ •> ❖ ❖ ♦ ❖ ❖ RHAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖❖❖<••>❖ •>❖❖❖❖❖ ❖ •> ❖ G. A. Amis e( al to Emma J. Han- dle. lot. in Wylle, land exchange. John McCoy et ux to K. M. Moore, 20 acrca W. W. Bell. $600...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 August 1907

the build Thursday, W. PERKINS A n. WILSON PabUihrra ud Proprietor*. red as aecond-claaa mall matter. ft S«baor1bai*:-Tfca data printed I opposite r or oa tie BMie on the margin of the pami , ' indioetee the time to wiiab your eub- i U p*ld. All •ubaortoUoaa expire on ottheaoath. Any iub criber net re- the pjper regularly will pleue notify ua We 4o aot eeed reoetpt* for soeey paid oa efeMripttooe, bat orodlt auie oa ellp ««*obod e payor, if oredlt le not shown oa clip la too tsfatrm date of ravltuaoe, notify thboH Idlng WIU next live yeara that the haa over witnessed. The people are awakening to the valpe of good roads. The movement te al- ready under way. Private aubecrlp- tiona, government and Individual ef- fort a-e all being enllated. Subscription Rates One copy one year 91.00 «T" The gate to heaven Is not unlocked with a golden key. The cow, the hen and hog make a winning combination. The dates for the big picnic are August 14, 15 and 1C. Keep them in mind. Frying chickens are ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 August 1907

TBS WHKLY DKMOCRAT-OAZam, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1107. ALL OVER THE COUNTY. ■rlckt imI Nnmy Latter* Prtm TM DtmMril-Oiuttti Cor of |>iilil CtrrMNndMl*. G'vTe' iJfiJ? wTSTw vv^vvV ^ NEW HOPE. finer* are almost through work hay baling. cle" BUlle Enderson visit.d ilighter, Mrs. Jesse Simla, tho reek. John Steele of Ardath visited |>n, Henry Steele, and family lay night. Robert Taylor of Westminster |a few day* with his sister, Mr*. Herring, last week. tie Mis Bula Shain visited her j Mrs. Arthur Anderson, near |lon, the past week. Wllllnms, Joe Bates and H. C. ig and wife attended the big at Altoga Friday night. road hands have just com- the bridge across Big Branch was washed uway in June. Milt Cleveland and family of Grove visited his brother, W. |>velaitd and family Sunday, and Mrs. H. C. Herring vlslt- latt,er'B parents, Mr. aud Mrs. jTayior, at Westminster, last i L'liams Bros, who reside on Dr. J's farm, have been baling al- . almost every day since April. |*ay the present...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 August 1907

is.:vm".?p | f -V ' M • M •rife ; § \ W •!% V !m * — - THE •TWP.r ' And Every Green Tag Is a Bargain indicator t 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 Suspenders 9c Pr 20 dozen men's good slide suspenders, 1 5c quality, green tag price 9c Baby Cap Special 10 dozen ext ra nice baby caps, lace and embroidery trimmed, 25 and 35c qual- ity, on sale green tag price 19c Big Handkerchief Sale. 40 doz. ladies plain, white Handker- chiefs while t hey last Green Tag price each 2 l-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 tlie world over. Our ^ reen Tag price each 35c i Doz Men's Elastic Seam Drawers « l i' 33c The Greatest Green Tag Sale Ever Held in McKin- ney. Our Great Semi-Annual Ore And will continue till August 10th, inclu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 August 1907

wmmmmm , . • 1 ,il.l ,,. L., >i. -J. «^,,L - f.^'-1V. a >yal P> f*«i5Br- wr--y*~ 4 t>' ',v ' ■ ',. Mi f *? Ji THE ill ye; dl £< orj ow n<] nn ale In Full Blast n 1 id i •chandising in this city we have regularly twice a year held a great and he former in magnitude and bargain giving. Now with a better assorted make this the coming event of all bargain sales, eclipsing all past efforts in en Tag sales a simple announcement of the event would be sufficient to to expect. They know that it is a money saving sale they cannot afford to ho are not accustomed to trading at a strictly cash store the Green Tag sale ay. You will find something new brought out with the Green Tag attached Plenty of Ice Water, Electric Fansand Big Bargains for All. What do you think of This? 1000 lyaWls Nice Torchou Lace Remnants woufch 5 and 7 l-!2c yd. All strung up. Green Tag price the yd 4c Children's and Men's Oxfords and Shoes, istances a Part of the Original Cost Chopped Off. S< 1< ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 August 1907

' .• 5r •• 1 '« ">WNB • •* ' ' ? :' t Hr' ' f > •• V'Wk % PPMpffl# Wf*' * it CONTEST For the Two Round Trips to Eureka. Springs, Ark. Wa print the list as shown below. Mrs. E. E. King and Miss Carrie Talklngton are the winners and will be presented with their free tickets that their many friends have insturcted us to present them with (by their vote) when called for. TUB LIST A* FOLLOW*. Mrs. B. E. King 40370 Miss Carrie Talkington .. . S3680 Miss Ooldie Warden 25160 Miss Lotie Pearce 8250 Miss Ruby Oates 5150 Miss Shellie Wood all 4250 Miss Jimtnie Jenkins 3580 Miss Alta Harris 3390 Mrs. John Penn 3240 Miss Sara Doggett 1710 Mr. Reed Oates 1890 Miss Mary Llttlejohn 1390 Miss Lena Horn 1220 Mrs. J. E. Jordan 6 1110 Miss Ada Milslead 60 Miss Maggie Grace 270 Mrs. Ben Richardson 330 Miss Clara Dowell 410 Miss Enid Perry 440 Mrs. Bettie Bell 440 Miss Iva Stambaugh 490 Miss Hattie Buck 500 Mrs. Ella Rlckerson 550 J .A. Shatley 550 Mrs. J. M. Andrews 580 C. T. Lewis .. 640 Miss Sai...

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

£.-■ THS , DEMOORAT-aAZVrm THURSDAY, AUOU8T 1, ltOT. KEEP CLEAN I m Is oti2 of the first laws of nature. So following nature's law in a business way, we are cleaning up on V all SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING. We do not want to carry over a single suit of clothes from thk.1 spring's, so we have decided to give you 1-3 Off On Any Spring or Summer Suit in Our House. % We have anything you want in color or style--grays or blue serges. Don't forget we are sole agents for Kuppenheimer ClotKes. $27.50 Suits $18.35 25.00 " 17.20 22.50 " 1500 20.00 " 13-40 17.50 " 11.70 lB.oo " 10.00 12.50 '• 8.40 10.00 " .'. 6.70 Young Men's Suits. $22.50 Suits 815.00 20.00 " 13.40 17.50 " 11.70 15.00 " 10.00 12.50 " 8.40 IO.OO " 6.70 Cory-igh* \ ?" f(wr . i o BoyS* Knee Pant Suits. $12.00 Suits •8.00 10.00 4 i 6.70 9.00 4 4 6.00 7.50 i 4 5.00 6 00 4 4 4-00 5.00 4 i 3.40 4.00 4 4 2.70 8.00 4 i 2.00 2.50 4 4 1.70 All Panama and Straw Hats at Half Price. I C< ^vrtBht 1906 Th« Hou*. vf Kuppenh«lm r The Home of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 August 1907

iY, 1. X All careful women use her bine tMAOtt IHAM ! Wonan who suifor from po- ▼oroho'vdaohert. and ali til^oji- cs due to a torpid livor, should riot fill their stomach with cal- omel and other drugs. HER3INB QUICKLV CURES BIBousnesa, Corwiipnt'lon, Chilis and Pevor, Dyspepsia, Malaria and all Liver Complaints. Mrs. C. I). Phllley, Marhlo F 11h, Tox. wri'.os: I find Iler- bino tho best llveroorroctlvo I ever triod. It htm done my fa- mily and mytii lf a world ot good. 1 recommend it to my friends." - PRICE 80c. « Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO. £old and Recnm t*«iided by SMllfl BROS. JOT ttUNTEIt'S WILL. Entire E* nte, Valued at .Million mid Hun. Left to Widow. San Antonio, July 25.—The will Of the late Jot Qunter was filed for probate late yesterday afternoon. It 1b one of the shortest wills that It would be possible to write and con- tains not more than 200 words. All the estate Is community prop- erty and Mr. Gunter leaves all of his share to his wife. The applica- tio...

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

RfiNto mm ' ■ v.- TiUD WEBKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. 1HURSDAY, AUGUST 1. 1907. m BARGAINS IN PIANOS 0f Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. Are .Fc nuj. ocli Kit ry 8u pboi McKli Foot Mt 001 tde ► upatali banl phoi y Sinoe a piauo as a rule costs more than any other single piece of furniture that goes into the home, and since a vast majority ot the people who buy "once for all," the purchase of oik ought to be given serious consideration and the make selected with the utmost caution. Some people make their selections on the strength of the salesman's representations, o r the opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to 4,Pim" upon the merits of the instrument, which, in many cases, has not even received the indorse- ment of obscure musicians, much less one of note; but when a Kimball, or an Estey, or a Camp & Co., is se- lected for the home, the school, the church, or any other place, tor that matter, you are purchasing an instrument unrivalled in "tone, touch...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 August 1907

AN RA THAN EIGHTH ANNUAL PICNIC AND RE-UNION 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 have no equal in Texas. Elaborate preparations are being made to amuse and entertain the thousands who will attend. Gov. T. M. Campbell has accepted, and other speakers of State and National repu- tation are accepting. Amusements of every kind for old and young. Plenty of ice water, and abun- dance of stock water. Special arrangements for campers. RIGHTS WILL BE SOLD AT COURT HOUSE SATURDAY JULY 27. ()fflccrn of Association. E. W. Klrkpatrlck, 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 13. Wilson and F. C. Thompson, secretaries. Capt. Tuck Hill, grand marshal. Committees. Finance—Dick Allen,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 August 1907

" ; " ^3-1? 5« sUmME 6 , / > if- ttltOCttdl- y-fourth yeah, no. ite. McKIXNBV, o^iun COVNTY, TGX am, THURSDAY, AUGUST n, 11107. THE TEMPLE OF JUSTICE The non-Jury docket was taken up in district court Moiflluy. The suit of the American Hosiery Company vs. tilcn Stiff, (garnishee, wes heard before Judge Pearson and | judgment wuh rendered for the de- fendant. The suit of Viola Foster vs. Wolby Foster, for divorce, was heard. Plaintiff was granted a divorce and her maiden name, Viola Hay, was re- i stored. ¥ * Jury Commissioners. p. H. R. Chaddlck of Murphy, R. A. ^McLarry of this city and J. N. San- Strom of Anna, who were appointed Jury commissioners by Judge Pear- son, have entered on their work of selecting the jurors for the next terra of district court. V V (jiving Whisky to Minor. There was a plea of guilty before Judge Church to a charge of giving whisky to a minor, and a fine of $25 was assessed. 4 % Lunacy Trial. Mrs. Mary Crause of West Collin was tried for lunacy before...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 August 1907

' > 'v . . it.! **' . l, ' 'w ■ I w tf W , " Well In I Ij KMMJ ui Blatter TmMo. t, xgm. ■ 1 .- Vi ! 77 7F~ -/■£■..! •; T^v THB WEEKLY DKMOCBAT-QAMBTTB, THURSDAY. AUOU8T S, 1 07. SPRING HILL. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, geeaudleaaensanibition; beauty, vigor and cheerful- W> neat aoon disappear, , „ ... , „ _ ., „ _ , "when the kidneys are Bnd fumllt«*8 left Friday for Bonham J. L. Chapman of Farmeravllle attended Sunday school here Sunday. D. B. Toomba and family passed through our community 8unday en route to Climax. Josh Gotcher and Jim Howard out of order or dis- eased. Kidney trouble has liecome so prevalent that it is not uncom- mon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the child urinates too often, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an age when it ahould be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet- ting, depend upon it, tliecanse of thediffi- cnlty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 August 1907

R V 11'. THI WBBKLY DKMOCRAT-OAZBTTH. THURSDAY. AUGUST 8, 1907. SI ■ ■ ' " * Hurry up that STAR" men 1'kcs to i>e without a plug •' " ?tir" in his pocket There's a gen- TG'n treat in every b.te—a wholesome sa^ hiciion that has mdc "Star ' the Hfrf .rjard chew. STAR CHEWING TOBACCO viewing is the most econc 'Lai form in *oba«vn is used, so "St«i' Is u e 'jst econom- criewinp Though the best the, k.et affr us "Star' ?3 t'c.-; cheap- e because is made in full 16 oz, | ugs of cho:ce, sweet, best-bodied elastic an-. , tender, "chew up" .'•a *3 leaf. It my fating chew light-bodied so quickly. Increasingly ; onular fc a more nan the «*mds t'.at V'v \ and to-day the ctanoaid chew. /cars J$0,000,00^ JO'. iold 'nually In All Stores TANGLES IN ANTI-PASS LAW Austin, Tex., Aug. 3.—Almost ev- ery conceivable , ruling has been made by the Attorney Oeneral'B De- partment on tlu Anti-Pass law, but there are u few knotty problems yet to come up. There is some doubt as to whether the anti-pass law ...

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

MP* hrhh m "jf . 1107. 4 w i I ft . Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTEll B. WILSON Editors, Publishers and Proprietors. Entered as second-class mall matter. the Oallaa News Id of the Dalh i-Hera Id are cordially aud specially Invited to come up and spend three days with us at our biff re-union. We will let you ride In the band wagon, drink from a pro- hibition fountain, and be the whole thing. Come. The Collin County Summer Nor- mal which has closed a six week's term here, was one of the most suc- *o 8abaorlb«r«:-Tl>0 dsu printed opposite ' cessful normals ever conducted In bum oo til* margin of the paper or on the blob your «ut>- , „ ■■ SMS « wrapper ladlostea the time to ♦orlpttoo W paid. All •ubeortpttoea uplra on • Bret of the month. Any subscriber net r«- Hvtaf the paper regularly will pleaae notify ua We so not aend reoelpta tor money paid on assertptloaa, bat oredtt same oo alip a'.taobnd 0 paper, If oredtt Is not shown on slip In ten art t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 August 1907

WMKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, AUOUiT 8. 1 07. ALL OYER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Litteri From The DimHrit-Oiutti'i Corps of I pool • I CorroapondorU. i VINELAND. I Miss Mury Kerr lefw Monday for a visit to relatives at Lucas and Wy- lle. ; Clark MuIHcan of Dallas has re- turned home from a visit to friends ' here. Miss Pearl Fllppeu has returned from a visit to Dallas, Clear X<ake and other places. Miss Mamie Crump of McKlnney visited her Bisters, Mrs. Bob and Al- bert Franklin, last week. Ike Talkington, wife and two sons Carl and Paul, of McKlnney, spent* Monday with C. E. White and wire. Mrs. E. B. Faulkner of McKlnney has returned home after a few days' visit to her daughter, Mrs. Will Horn. Several young people from hero have been attending the protracted meeting at Liberty church for the past week. Charlie Talkington and wife, also the latter's sister, Miss Ketta Scott, have returned from a several days' visit to Denton. Quite a crowd of both old and young people fro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 August 1907

<*> COUOtJ PIONEER following biographical sketch prepared for the History of County, Texas, soon to be ta- in book form.) neat service was in the SUte Rangers, which ganiaed at old Prairie Point, Rhome, Texas, the oldest town in Wise county. The company was made up of a captain, two lieuten- ants and forty-flve enlisted men. Ben Barp was captain, Ben Crews Drat lieutenant and the subject of this sketch second lieutenant. Each officer was supposed to take fifteen men out to range at a time. These scouting parties were usually out from ten to twenty days at a time. However, as Lieutenant Oates was the only single man of three officers, he frequently volunteered to take the turn of the other officers who could then remain at home with their families more. He continued in the Ranger aervlce until the ] breaking out of the great Civil war ft. .. a _ 4ft. s Kx-County Treasurer Brawley H. Oaten of McKinney, Texas. The above is (he picture of Draw- ley H. Oates, o," McKlnney, Texas, f...

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