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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 28 December 1922

The Examiner: McKinney, Texas, Dec. 28, 1922 You owe it to your family to give thought to the selection of your Banking Connection. Are your funds handled safely? Are you banking where you can build a credit helpful in time of need? Are you treated with friendly, helpful courtesy and accorded every Bank- irg accomodation consistent with round Banking practice? The responsibility i6 yours. PftiSONAl SIKV/CE /U1SCLIJI£ SATCT r OjJ fOUNDED I BO 9 1SJ National MCKINNEY, TEXAS. Princeton. IN THE COURTS i'linceton, Dec. 26 - Misses Edwyml West, Florence Helton and Emma Godwin, Wesley Johnson and Vester Lowe who have been in school at Commerce; Amnion Smith, Noah Wright and Austin Koss who are at- tending school at Denton, are at home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Warden spent Christmas day with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Jones of McKin ney. Miss Etheline West returned home last week from an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. F. L. Bagley of Black- well. Master Paul Poston ...

Publication Title: Mckinney Examiner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 28 December 1922

The Examiner: McKinney, Texas, Dec. 28, 1922 H ■$$$ H Firemen's Banquet Thursday Night; To Honor Firefighters On Thursday night. Hoc. -28, in the dining room of the First Methodist church the ladies aid society of the various churches of the city will ten- der the annual Christmas banquet to the McKinney volunteer firemen. the clergy and members of the press of the city being invited guest. Chief J. S. McKinney will be toastmaster. The following program has been ar- ranged for the occasion.: Invocation—Rev. J. Ben Snider. Talk—Mayor H. C. Miller. Talk—Commissioner M. T. Jones. Talk—Commissioner Will J. Rhea. Song—by Firemen's Quartette. Talk—Frank Burnett, city fire mar- shal of Dallas, on "Relationship be- tween the Fire Marshal of the Larger Cities and Fire Marshal of Small Cities." t _ Talk—By First Assistant Chief Joe Marder of the Dallas Fire Depart- ment. Solo—By Miss Ruth McKinney. Talk—By F. C. Thompson of the McKinney'Examiner. Talk—By Walter B. Wilson, of the Daily Courier...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 28 December 1922

The Examiner: McKinney, Texas, Dec. 28, 1922 \ ,, VLiTlRN NrVITAJUJJNttH NeujjJear HUm (jtiluro Banntr ELL, well, well," said th* Old Tear, "it Is so nice U see you, New Tear. I con- gratulate you, and as th« good people say, I wish yo a Happy New Tear." "Thank you, thank you,*1 said the New Tear, In a sweet young voice. *1 liuve great respect for you, Old Tear, Vou have been £o wise and so good you have done to much that Is fine Now, how I shall be I do not knot* at all. I feel so uncertain of my self." "Oh, you'll get over that," said th< Old Year; "you are a little nervoui cow, but you will be all right In n< time at all. "Why, I remember last January— my very first month of all—I was all over my nervousness before the month was over." "Were you, Indeed?" said the New Year. "Well, that Is most encourag Ing to hear." "Yes," said the Old Year, "one get* over one's nervousness very qulcklj when one Is a year. X don't know how It Is with people, but I know how It It with a year...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 28 December 1922

I Christians Meet Here on Friday The fifth Sunday meeting of the Christian churches of Collin county •will be held in MoKinney three days beginning at 7 p. in. Friday and clos- ing at the same hour Sunday. The ISast McKinney Christian church will entertain the visitors. Mrs. Jack Dale of Henrietta, Texas, will organ- ize a Christian Kndeavor Union fol- lowing the opening of the meeting. The following program will be ob- served: Friday, 7 p. m. Devotional—A. H. Snider. 7:20. Organization of C. E. Union by Mrs. Jack Dale. 7:30. Sermon. Saturday, 10 a. m. Devotional- Cord Spurgin. 10:20. Conference on County Mis- sions. 11:15. Sermon. 7:00 p. m. Devotional- J. M. Tal- ley. 7:30 Sermon—C. S. Weaver, pas- tor. Sunday. 10 a. m. Bible school ral- ly. Sunday, 11 a. m. Sermon—J. B. Holmes, Ft. Worth. Sunday, 3 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Sunday, 7:00. Devotional—Ernest Wilson. Sunday, 7:20. Sermon. HOOD COUNTY VISITORS Among the Christmas visitors to McKinney were J. H. Doyle, wife and daughte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

Walter b Wilson 1 26 City R 2 McKipn«.v 1 Office of Publication Opposite County Jail Volume 39, No. 4; McKINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1925 16 PAGES—SECTION ONE Officials Grant Time Extension for Light Testing HEADLIGHT LAW EFFECTIVE BE- GINNING ON TUESDAY. Because of the extremely busy seas- on especially anions the farmers, and due to the rush thai has been exper- ienced at all the designated testing stations in this city and county. en- forcement of the headlight law will bp deferred for a few days, according to information given out by Sheriff W. A Kerby at noon Monday. Ir was impossible for all the cais to be test ed by midnight Monday, when the new lav went into effect and because of this no action will be taken on arrest- ing motorists who haven't had their lights tested for a lew days yet. Mr. Kerln said. Of tlie approximately !),50o automo- biles in Collin county, only about 1700 had been tested in McKinney up until noon Monday, the last day in which owners of motor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

THE F.YAMINER, MCKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 3. 1926 MELISSA COMMUNITY FAIR SEPT. 25 AND 26; SECOND ANNUAL EVENT At * meeting held at the UtllM National bank Monday night. Aug. SI, organization was effected for pulling off the second annual Me- lissa community fair. Dates were set for Sept. 25 nnd 26, beginning at noon on the 25th and holding over the balance of the two days and at nights until ten or evelen o'clock in the evening. Joe C. Moore was again chosi n chair- man for this year, in which capacity he served very satisfactorily last year. J. M. Slaughter was also re-elected •ecretary. The Melissa Home Demonstration club, of which Mrs. E. O. Knox is president and Mrs. May Ogilvie is secretary, will co-operate in helping 'heir ! Friday morning. on ....... ***** of ,r.,„ ^.... P«, high school campus lends itself ad- gram that has been arranged and « l mirably for the purpose or holding.be in charge of the program to l - tTe community fa?r to the very best given both Friday and Satu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 3, 1925 THREE McKinney People Spend Four Weeks In the Rockies TELL OF BEAUTIES OF COLO- RADO AND THE ROCKIES—Mc KINNEY PEOPLE REDISCOVER- ING AMERICA BY JAMES M. MUSK. lu 1492, according to tlie school liis- Uirn s. ('olunibus discovered America; in iliis age it is the privilege of any oue, who has a car and a little spare time, to rediscover a portion of it for himself every summer. Close confine- ment in court room, or office, be- comes irksome as time passes, and one feels tile need of sun and wind of God's great out-of-doors. This was Ihe way Judge Wilcox and I not haw i fell when court adjourned for the. It inn;. It were grazing it. We experienced two slight earth- quake tremors on one of tne nights when we were encamped at Quanah; only two of our party happened to be awake at the time however, and those two were not much impressed until they saw the newspaper stories a day or two afterwards. The Amarillo pa- llets were full of it. and a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

THE EXAMINEE, McKWNEY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 3. 1985 McKinney Examiner CUNT THOMPSON, F. C. THOMPSON, 3. FRANK SMITH, I Editors and | Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION RATE: One copy one year • • * • fWJ One copy six months • • • • ••jj® One copy three months • - - J>®c Entered at the Postoffiee in Melon- ney, Texas, os Second-Clasp Mill Matter. PHONE No. 233. Entered at the Postoffiee in McKtn- ney, Texas, as Second-Class Mail Matter. Hunt County Fair Begins Next Week Granville is Retting ready I'or her bis Fair, September 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12. You will notice an advertisement in our second section today. Read it. If you want, to attend one of the best county fairs in the state fill up your "flivver" and spin over to Senator Moore's town. Fine county, fine town, fine (people and the Fair will be a fine one. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE. SHERIFF'S SALE. Five hundred thoimund coal nilneiB are on strike in Pennsylvania, .lust taking their annual vacation as it were. Later the mine owners will take their...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY. TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 3, 1925 FIVE L T b * f i' City Schools to Open on Monday All tlir schools in tile Htv lor Mliite children will hctrin on next Monday inoininpr, Sept. 7, at 9 o'cloch. <>nly a short session will t>e hdrl for Rener- classification, (,'lving out book* and the assignment of the lessons the first day, hut on Tuesday classes will ■> ♦• heard and regular school work will be- Kin. All white teachers ::iv requested to | * kitchen. Prior to their ur- ineet in the Bo;,d High school at 3 if1™1 1'ri. nds had all Mastered each o'clock on Saturday, Sept. 5, when '"S'UK her a gift as a token of direction and instructions for the first l"1^ 'ove 1)1 ''le entire community lor term's work will be given out by the!t'1's >f0<M' "Ionian. After the arrival superintendent. a'1, house was called to order All of the Ward principals will mevt j|'- l'le' ^ ife-pr« sident. Miss Kugenia the superintendent in his cffice at3:Kprr W'UI ^lvo s<>mt> ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

SIX THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY. TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 3, 1925 <0 ^ A\ ®0"i * ^ BACK-TO SCHOOL WEEK SALE! 5,000 Yards of Fascinating and Distinctive Designs in the Season's Newest Colorings BUTTERICK PATTERNS FOR THE CHILDREN After teeing how per- fectly YearRound Print- ed Zephyrs reepond to your children's roed, you will wish to secure appropriate patterns. Both the YearRound Department and the Pattern Department will gladly assist you in choosing. Patterns sim- ilar to those illustrated below will gladly be shown you, if you de- Jgjft PRINTED ZEPHYRS Quaranteed Absolutely Fast This is a rare opportunity to secure just the designs that you would iv.u'y like, in this most versatile of fabrics. Finely woven and lustrous in finish, YearRound Zephyrs are none the less unsurpassed for durability. Their lovely, clear flower-colorings are guaranteed fast by the manufacturers ar.d by us. If they run or fade we will refund the cost of the entire garment. L Included are a very large variety of nov...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

THE EXAMINER, McKlNNEY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 3, 1925 SEVEN Mrs. I'rice Strick!;.r. 1. one o: i h.; most active young farm women mem- bers of the Lovejoy Hon-." I '•'monstra- tion Club, made a radio r.ddress in Dallas August 24. She told ner Lite radio audience throughout the state of the good work that Mr". J. Ed Mr- Gee, county home demonstration agent, is doing. She spoke of 'he ben •- | fits that the farm members deriv from their club work: CM li s TRANSFORMING KXCF. From a disorgimi. • uniriciidly school community to a onsolidated community, progressiv- n ij'pj. and contented people throv.g . o-opera- • - - r i 1919. As I was not eligible tc. a member of the Girls club, ed the meetings as a \ -.'or J that the work would ' a deal to our community way as well as in a soi ed to some of the women munity and we thongl' well worth our time, , asistance tin1 women w<r the day when the Hon- tion Agent could in. • organize our club :.i-■. u ork. Rat Is Great Menace to Public Health and Ev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

EIGHT THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 3, 1925 Farmers Store Your Cotton I Family Reunion at Finch Park Manager Keeie. of ill'* McKinney Compress Co. plai : s an advertise- nii'iil with us calling: aitoullon to fli• mlvantages offered liy Hie Compress Company to farmers in storing their cotton and tluis holding lor better prices. Farmers here is your oppor- tunity. It costs only a few (vnts per month ti hold your cotton, thus pre- venting overloading. Manager fleece tells us the Com (press is starting off with a fine run of business and lie is delighted with the prospect. Last S.mda\ a delight fii family re- union of the ftene-iu iiaiuily was held at I'inch Hark. Among those present were: George Iteneau, Miss Clara Ueneau and Ar- thur Keneall of Shamrock; Miss Ellen Johnson of oBwie; Floyd Hjddleston and wife and two sons of Princeton: Albert Ragsdale. wife and son: T. E. My rick, wife and sons; Bob Iteneau. wife and three children of Van Al- st.itie: Mrs McMenamy. Neal Ande...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

THE McKINNEY EXAMINER Office of Publication Opposite County Jail Volume 39, No: 43. McKINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1925 SECTION TWO . 14,251 SCHOLASTICS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF COLLIN COUNTY; CITY LEADS WITH 1.862 OF SCHOOL AGE Total number of scholastics In Col- lin county is 14.2r 1 and the total number of scholastics in common schools is 7.4S4, County Superinten- dent J. W. Moseley said Thursday, The following statistics were compil- ed by him and his assistant, Miss Kathleen Hamilton. Wylie Common school, with 195, and Cliff, with 17, claim the distinc- tion for having the largest and the smallest number of scholastics in the common schools ol' the county. Me- Klnney has the largest number of scholastics in the county with 1,8Gi; F. L. U. WILL GIVE PRIZES TO PICNIC PARADE WINNERS J. T. Grubbs, who is a member of the program committee of the Farm Labor Union picnic to be held here In Picnic park on September 4, and 5. states that three cash prizes will be given in order to ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

TWO THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 3, 1925 ft Fletcher's MOTHER Castoria is especially pre- pared to relieve Infants in arms and Children all ages of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and, by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving natural sleep. To avoid imitations, always look for the signature of Absolutely Harmless - N'<. Opiates. Physicians everywhere recommend it. North McKinney Mesriames Jesse Moreland find IX W. Cloyd, culle.] at the City hospital to see their niece, Miss Ora Terrell, at Allen, who was operated on Mon- day for appendicitis. Miss Ora is doingr as well as could be expected. Mrs. Jim Sparlin accompanied her run, Hersehel, to Ardmore. Mrs. John Thompson, who has been sick, has recovered sufficiently to be out it tbe services which are feeing conducted by the Xorth Bap- tist church. The Pastor liev. <\ Y. Dossey Is doing the preaching. The einging is led by ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 3, 1925 THREE r HAVE DARK HAIR AND LOOK YOUNG Nobody Can Tell When You Darken Gray, Faded Hair With Sage Tei firandnother kept her hair beauti- fii 11> darkened, glossy and attractive with « brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur Wherever her hair took on that dull, faded • streaked appearance, this sim- ple was applied with wonder- ful err; :t. By asking at any drug store for ••Wvf.tl;'- ? '4? and Sulphur Com- pound." you :!! gr* a large bottle of this old-time ipe. improved b> the additioi: of o:1 -r ingredients, all ready to use at very little cost This sin - pic mixture r in b>: depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair Well-known drus?ists say everybody use- VVyeth's S.is>- > 11 i Fulphur Com- pound now because it darkens so natur- ally ind evenly that nobody can tell it h.ts been applied it'." so easy to use, too You simply dampen a comb or soft brush and draw it through your hair, taking one strand at a time. B...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

TOUR THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 3, 1925 McKinney Examiner CLINT THOMPSON, F. C. THOMPSON, J. FRANK SMITH, ( Editors and I Proprietors. r. i 'i SUBSCRIPTION BATE: One copy one year • • * • $1.50 One copy six months • ■ • • •W® One copy three moijttip • ;\k. Entered at the Poslofnce in McKin- ney, Texas, as Second-Clasr Mali Matter. PHONE No. 233. THE COVERED WAGON IS BACK IN TEXAS Entered at the Postofflce in McKin- ney, Texas, as Spcond-Class Mall Matter. It has been so hot our paste pot has about dried tip. Hence the dearth of editorial matter. It lias been stated that in fifty years no tobacco user has taken first bonoi-s at Harvard, says the Denton Herald. (Delayed) Miss Lottie Gray of Houston is th>* visitor of Maurine Osburn. • Miss Doris Newton and Mr. Hol'in- worth of Dallas were the visltoife of In each wagon is the j Miss Osburn, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gibson and fam- ily went to IJiktt Worth end. Miss Helen Smith of McKinney js visiting Anna Lou .Miller....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 3, 1925 FIVE LEGAL NOTICES ! LEGAL NOTICES CITATION BY PUBUICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS, To the SLoritf or any C j:ist'ible of Collin Co- aty—Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED Tbat you summon,by making Publica- tion of this Citation in sonu- news- paper published in tLj county of Col- lin, for four weeks previous to the re- turn day hereof, C. E. 1 .> d, whose residence is unknown, to be r.nd ap- pear- before ih-j Honorable District Court, at the next rogrlar t- rm there- of, to 1 a t' olden in the. County of Col- lin at the Co rt Hotiso thereof, in the City of MeKinnuy, on the Second Monday in Seni-ember, A. D. 1925, be- ing the 14th ia. of S-V'tember, A. D. 1925, then r.nd there to answer a Peti- tion filed in . aid Co irt on the 6th day of August, A. D. 1925, in a suit num- bered on the di. );et of arid Court, No. 10362, wherein Pat iine Loyd is plain- til'f and <'. E. I.oyd is defendant. The nature of t.he plaintiffs demand being as ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

SIX THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 3, 1925 Parker Cyj-Lirifi THOUSANDS of mothers for over three generations have praised Mother's Friend for relieving th* m of un- necessary pains during expectancy. How im- portant it is that the Mother-to-be should pass this period with calm nerves. The sweet^t •tory ever told is the soul-whispering of mother to her unborn child f Mother love and ex- pectancy—be prepared to make thin dream a reality. "Everyone was surprised how well I got along." Writes Mrs. Alfred E. Ammon, Muncie, Ind. "My pains disappeared after using Mother's Friend and I was sick only an hour and a half at baby's birth." Mother's Friend is the formula of an eminent physician. It aids the muscles and tissues to expand more easily during the constant re- adjustment of expectancy, month after month, right up to childbirth. Plain oils only penetrate the skin. Mother's Friend prvrtratea deeper and soothes the broad muscles of the abdomen. l>ack and hip^ : making them ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 3, 1925 SEVEN kH ■ The joy of a peaceful, restful 'nipht. What a wonderful "up and going" feeling follows such a night of uiidirturbed slumber. Oh! What tortures — wbtt apony —what despair—goes with the nk'hts where eczema and other skin diseases hold power and drive away rest and peaceful slumber. For under the cover of darkness like crafty beings of the underworld these eruptions work their most serious havoc. S.S.S. is the' established conqueror of these annoying skir. diseases. S.S.S. drives these ever disturbing elements from your system—elements that carry in their wake—lack of er r rgy- Ford Announces Improved Line of Body Types Body changes and chassis refine- ments are more pronouncd than any made since the adoption of the Model T. chassis is announced by ihe Ford Motor Company. There will he no advance in price. Production at the Dallas Branch started September 1st. Outstanding features of the im- provement in both open and enclosed...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 3 September 1925

THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS,, SEPTEMBER 3, 1926 EIGHT Forty-Two Years Ago In McKinney The Enquirer, March 31, I88i>. RANGERS SEEKING 'MASTER MINDS' IN ALLEGED THEFT RING Th«* IcgiHlaturi- of Alabama luis d< - flnr<) u bimhel of cotton-wed to i - thirty-two pounds avoirdupois II McKinslry. of Hudson. New York. owns th< largest apple orchard In th. world—30.000 Irec-s on 3"" mcr A man who now lives near '''""'y lln. Ky.. has a sow that has kept Ms family in meat thirteen years. moved five times. i tit has needed a pen to accustom h new home. He has ncvef T to i i'lano. Co!- 10th. is*:;. native of moved to ten years Dr. John McCarty was in the city this week on his return from the North. He left for his home in Wil- liamson county, hut we still k>-i p a place for him in old Collin. ixxirsi: YAHI>. We would call attention to the ad vertiseinent of this yard, recently pur- chased by our old townsman, Mr. J. P. Nenney. He keeps full lines of rough and dressed lumber, s...

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