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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 9 August 1906

THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. KNTKKKD AT THE POSTOFFICK AS 8KCOND-CI.A8B MAIL MATTKR. .00 PER YEAR. McKfNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, I90<i. VOL, 23. NO. 28. l PRORATING THE CONVENTION VOTE COMP1J5TE RETl'RNS FROM SLV- IV^IV COUNT IKS. IS CUT LITTLE DIFFERENCE liMillt of Prorating In itautin About the Same as y Blanket IVinguir. The relative standing ef the State gpnUwtants is shown strikingly In ine comparison of the convention fafym. based on the votes of those counties from which complete ro- ta niH have been received. The namber of such counties Is 66, and •hey cast a total of H2.614 vote*. Of this total Mr. Campbell got 26,- 34X. Jsdge Brooks 17,522, Mr. Col- quitt 81,019 and Judge Bell 18,725. The total of their convention votes from those slxty-slx counties Is as follows: Campbell 65.07, Brooks, 42.4K, Colquitt 54.25, Bell 46.24. An Interesting feature disclosed the prorating of these votes is _.t the proportions of the aggre- M tf vote vary only in smafll degree...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 9 August 1906

m ,,,,,. ■ - ]Mkti r ♦O If you will accept flour ' J uat as Good'' you are often disappointed. If yon want the highest grade insist on <K White Billows It never fails to please. Quality the best. Always THE SAME. CENTRAL KOOSKVEliT CLUB. I BMrgnuizalion Kffertwl at I jast ^MBcenf Elected. The "Central Roosevelt Club of Collin County," was re-organized last Saturday, and elected the fol- lowing officers: President, Jan. P. Duncan, First vice-president, Capt. W. L. Boyd; Second vice-president, W. T. Davis; Secretary Thos. A. Mil- stead: Corresponding secretary, Os- car E. Smith; Treasurer, S. H. Cole; Warden, Steve Hohbins. A committee was appointed to re- vine the by-laws of the club, to-wit; T. M. Wilson, H. E. Smith and D. N. Dunn. The committe Is to report at the next meeting. , ^00000000066600000^^^^^^0000000 Vudor Porch Shades. flake your veranda a cool living room, free from the sun's rays. Every breeze that pass- es will reach you, but the sun cannot enter. The White house ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 9 August 1906

TTttttttTTTTTTTIS PROCEEDINGS OF 60 acres good farm) mostly black land, moderate improvements, all in cultivation; 1 1-2 mile* of Westminister; S5H, per acre. 37 area; black and grrey land, improved, 1-2 mile from West- minister, a good home for $&2.00o per acre. 73 1-B aorea fine arm, largely black land, well improved I 1-2 miles from Westminster, $«2 per aore. 40 acres mostly valley land 1 1-2 miles from Westminster, $45 per a r . 8 acres, g"od orchard, Alfalfa meadow, large two story dwelling tn Westminster, a bargain at f1760. tor this and other Westminster property see the Westminster Realty Co., B. G. KING, Sec. uiiiiiiiiiimimuiiiaiiiiiiiEg wWwwwW VUvwV www www www Www w j I Loans Money Mil 111 II1IMMM I M 1 I 1 1 1 1 1! 1 1 111 M 111 I LOANS!] j LOANS ! | Texas Mortgage Banking Co., (Without Banking Privileges) COMPLETE LIST OF DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES DECLARED THROUGHOUT COLLIN COUNTY-NEW COMMITTEE. At the Collin County Democratic Convention, following the adoption of the rep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 9 August 1906

1 ' '• "" 14 , J ■ WNr ■ >'"• ',,•"!!* S-'kr t vVi«(. '« viWi", :' \ ' <{ , t, < -'" " .- ' . #1 ;t*^ . S9 matism .&' Q| ttm OOUUtntlOUl dlMMM. It ItaaU in |o^| >rhn ■"* pilm, — Joints and atifl rouse l«s,—but II by local applications, constitutional treatment, and ; Is • oourM of tbs pat blood purl- . Hood's Sarsaparilla i nsutralls— Um acidity ot tba blood ■Bd bollda op tba wbola system. **- liquid torn or In chocolated 100 (low* $1. The Democrat-Gazette. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, Publishers and Proprietor*. To But cr1ber :-Thp date printed opposlt* your nunc rn tho margin of the paper or on tha wrapper Indloatra the tlnw to which your aub- •crtpiion ia paid. All aubeerlptlon* expire on the flrot of tlx? month. Any aubwrlber not re- [ the paper regularly will pies** notify ua. We do not mi reoelpta for moaey paid on MkMrtptlooa, bat credit una oo allp a'taobod M paper, If credit la not abown oo alio In ten SvaTroa date ot raanlttanoe, netlfy Uila offloe Sab...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 9 August 1906

I 17 I Don't Thirst a Conetoour fjunUin. J We are quenching nnre and more thirsts «v ry day as the reputation of our«upe-b Bala water spreads. We serve all the popular fountain beverages, but we strive to make them more satisfying and delicious than •the ordinary. High grade materials add much to the quality of soda water, and we pay extra in order to get the purest and*b« t to be had. "Drink our soda onoe, an! you will come again." Smith Brothers "Proscription Druggists." A %mm MaaaU mm mcaa Summer Goods. I Settees, Hammocks and Swings. o make room for two cirn of (ioods to arrivfl^soon, wc will make special prices oil our present >to<-k Suit;, <)«i«l 41 Iressers. « I'ockers, Iron Beds, etc. \W bay ami sell second band goods. Sam Massie Furni-| | ture Company. | •<£♦ <;♦ ♦JmJ* -£F7>« i&y THE First Nat'l Bank McKinney, Texas. The Oldest Hank in t'ollin <'<>—Founded lH'jl). Pair, courteous, conservative treatment to all; no pets to foster, and no enemie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 9 August 1906

Ik • V v. ^ 'V/ . "\«.t V<" 1 > i • '■■ ■ /•■ *Mf ...Ill, .i. I .. - ' * ■ '***■ i""1 ' 1 ™ r*yrwe^r " •■ $ # Democrat-Gazette. Kir —-—** ——*— TOM W. PKRKINS, WALTER B WILSON, PnblNhers <ut«l Proprlrtop*. Democratic Convention in order that the different contests may be settled. rlbfrm:~Th* (lata printed opposite ra the margin or th* |>atM*ror on ih« Indlcatex tin* time to wblrn your i>ub- l la paid. All ulxirriptloi: expire on of in* nrionili. Any siiba('iit4*r not r - lh« pap«r r* ,{ului ly will |>l «>.e notify ua. We to not lend rooalpta for money paid on "* '?tlona, but crodll rame on ellp a'tached ir, If credit la not Nhown on allp In ten date of mtltutx*, DMtfy thla offloa. Subscription Hates. One ccfir one jrrsr fl.00 riiureday, Aug 9, 1906. The Bonham Herald's past elec- tion view of (he situation is as fol- lows: Doggone it all, even our base ball club got very muchly cleaned up yesterday to the tune of 4 to 3 by i hut Pa rig .inure nation. We have come...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 9 August 1906

m L I Mr. Fagain of Tennessee, visited his daughters, Mrs Rule and Mm. Clyde Templetnn last week. Mark Kins? and wife are the proud parents of a new baby boy. ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat* Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. X&*c£3ibt«tHeiSfci m'oodlawn. Will St roup wus here from AI toga It week. ,, A singing school Is In progress here. 0. 0. Coffman returned last \v< \ from a visit to his mother in Vir- ginia. Ho reports a most pleasant Halt. T. V. Llttlejohn ia here from Dal- las for a brief visit. J. F. Robinson and wife were |ue.-ts ut' the home of A. L. Ander- son and wife In McKlnney one day ?recenUy. \ T. L. and Clarence Finley attend- ed the Sherman picnic last week. They were accompanied home by their grandmother, Mrs. Finley, who will visit here. Dale Llttlejohn and sister, attend- ed the Sherman picnic and visited their brother, 8. A. Llttlejohn and other relatives and friends in Deni- stm. Rev. Ring of Weston will begin a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 9 August 1906

. ! -;7 ? Pi ' , -M- m - ... ' ■' fMEm ^c^jrjpw fiifc."' ,, . _,.h, ,p "■ ."VP'": Iw; i SUDDENLY IN AUSTIN UN KJHART, WHO TOR. ,Y LIVED HERE. ■mo OF MRS. GOTNER an Will Arrive Thursday uimI Ht' Inlrrml nt Prince- ton. WILL BE A SUCCESS NO LACK OF INTEREST IN THK IIIG PICNIC. Mm 8am Cotner received a mes- «mr Wednesday announcing the mid dhnrt death of her brother. Roger Ixtrkbart, which occured in Austin. No particulars an to the cause of his dea'h was Riven. He had gone to Austin., accompanied by hit* brother, I*Kt Saturday, for the purpose of Joining; the r. 8. army. Ko.ner was a hoii of .loltn F. Lock- lurr of Dallas, and formerly lived f« tkfH city, where he Ik well known, fie wu* about twenty-five years of atsr d unmarried. His remains are- enperted to arrive here Thurs <da«- and w1l be taken to Princeton. The m*ws came as a severe shock AJri Coiner anil three sisters, wribm are visiting here, and we ex- tm%& them our sympathy In their Y1MK HONORED < TSTO.M. M wnlw of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 9 August 1906

I 4 SRS ' . , i - * k'' "If It Comes From "Goodin" it's[Cood h.d((d' f 1 t A Person of Sense it a person who beat preserves those faculties with which nature has endow- ed them. They may "hate to wear glasses"—most people do—but the per- son of intelligence thankfully accepts this opticial aid when their eyes tell of its need. When yours speak let us act. Our serrioe, treatment and prices shall all be right. Here 30 years D. GOODIN I "The Jeweler" McKinney, Texas. "Alou'ays Vovr Money's Worth. ' ■AM CHARTERED. We confer degrees upon our graduates, and give them a diploma that wi.l be honored by any Institution In America. Te- legraphy taught. Notes eccepted for tuition. Ptiltlons guaranteed. Cat- alogue and a lesson in penmanship '™>e. Your name on 12 cards for 25 oen'.s In stamps. We teach penman ei-ip by mall. N. R. STONE. Pres.. McKinney, Texas. ! ► Eagle Hay Presses * U \ 9 McCormick Mowers, Good Enough Sulky Plows, Hay Rakes. Disc Harrows, Disc Plows, Thomas Disc Drills, Old...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 9 August 1906

■tf/l . ■« " \. , , 4 ■ The Rao© for thev~ Chew and the Chew for the Race! Don't waste any time trying to get a There is none! better chew. For over forty years competitors have been hustling to equal "Star" quality—to equal "Star" sales—to equal ••Star" value—and still "Star" sells as much as any other five brands put together. STAR PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO Is made only of choicest ripe, sweet, elastic leaf which chcws waxy and rich until every bit of the wholesome juice is chewed out of it. A 10c. 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 JOc. pieces sold atttuuilly. In All Stores REPUBLICAN tjP PjJNTT TICKET NOMINATION** MA IXC BY COUNTY i X N V ENTION. CONVENTION PROCEEDINGS ItwolalionN Ku« lot-Ming lUtonevelt mid l.jrun «i* Adopted—New Kiftullvf ('omnltUA — m Mr* J. Perry RurrtiB chaperoned Niws Willie King and Altn Har- ris, successful contes...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 9 August 1906

<> COLLIN COUNTY'S Ex-Confederate and Old Settlers • > %. «* «JuhUM> -IS'-" > ■'. McKinney, Texas. . Postponed on Account Rain Until Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, August 22nd, 23rd and 24th. tt^*Free camping grounds and free stock water, free ice water, etc. FIRST DAY—Ex-confederates' and old settlers' day. Free dinner to all ex-confeder- ates at home of Hon. E. W. Kirkpatrick Senator C. A. Culberson and Congressman C. B. Randell and others, will make addresses. SECOND DAY—Woodmen Day. Congressman Morris Sheppard, Sov. W. A Frazier. Hon. C. A. Leddy, Senator A. P. Barrett, and other prominent Woodmen have been invited and will make addresses. A feature of the day will be a drill by 50 little boys and girls of Farmersville, and the uniform rank drill of Farmersville at 2 and 8 p.m. These features, alone are worth coming 100 miles to see. THIRD DAY—Sunday School day. Every Sunday School in the county is invited to participate. The Sunday School out side of McKinney bi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 9 August 1906

yfli M hi; >0000000000000000000000000 1 JEFF DAVIS OF ARKANSAW >Ilticlan Who Has Never Known Defeat. Nominated for 8enator. * i*rom iho Kansas City Star.) _ -rff Davis of Arkausaw.' There In one of the most remark- Ma men in American politic#. Tl e editor of the Arkansas Ga- 1U0 In u recent article, which tried explain the hold Davla has upon m, voters of that tat« said: "In Arkansas Jeff Davis Is more a man; he Is a sentiment, a be- lt*. a conviction, a credo, he is a lologleal fetich." joff Davitt is a little upward of 40 yearn of age. He was a lawyer and pour. His first political experience was when he was elected prosecut- ftog attorney of his county. He_was elected for a second trem. Then ht WIU, elected attorney general or «im State. Following that he was elected three times governor of the State, breaking oil precedents willed forbade a governor to hold ■M re than two terms. And now Da- vis bae been nominated for I'nited fttates 8enator, defeating Senator h, Berry, who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 16 August 1906

I THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE ■CTBRKD AT THE FOBTOrriOI AS 8KCOND-OLA! kTTEB. $1.00 PER YEAR. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 190<>. VOL. 23. NO. 29. jnr youthful ; offenders 1 — BK >HTIO\S BY OOLIjUI BOUN- TY CLl'll LADIES. BETTER LAWS A iiE DEMANDED Delegates to the State Democratic 0 (bavcntloii un> lTr|{i<d to Take Action. c I! • The club women of McKinney qfcld Collin county have adopted the following resolutions and have sent a copy to each of the eleven dele- gates from the county to the Stale Democratic convention, which meets In Dallas next Tuesday, the copy published having been received by Judge P. E. Wilcox, one of the dele gates: Whereas, our laws, civil and crimi- nal, have proven wholly inadequate _ to deal with derelict or abandoned ft ** Nldren. streetwalfs and Incorri- jle youths, who are fust being I ade Into criminals, and becoming fsfffa menace to societl, and whereas, Jails and penitentiaries ate ln- mrumentalities tnut fall utterly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 16 August 1906

k • < •« , . $*$}. ■ .v.■; : ■ " 7 -v. .'•■■7 ■*" wwSj ■. B i Democrat-Gazel £ ; |v:,;^7 ■ TOM W. MCRKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, Publishers and Proprietor. Bafcwrthera -Tbe date printed opposite m en the margin of th* paper or on the ■ Indicate* the time to walcn your ub- 1 la Mid. AU iubaorlpiloiw eaplra on x of the month. Any u¥ crtber not r*- tba paper regularly will pleaaa notify u . sss Subscription Rates. copy one year fi.00 Tuuwday, Aug 16, 1906. All eyes ere on Dallas today. Wouldn't you like to be In Dalian today? The Dallas convention Is a gigan- tJ: interrogation point. The lawn mowers are busy all over McKlnney. Get in the band wagon of prog- in McKlnney. Wonder what Mr. Terrell of elec- tion law fame, thinks about it. McKinney needs a new anu mod- ern ly built opera house. Good things come high—the gov- ernorship of Texas for Instance. "Who's It?" is the question of the hour at the Dallas convention. The band wagon in many cases turned out to be the Ice cart. That monume...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 16 August 1906

. I WOMEN WHO sorm FIOM Sick Headache SHOULD USE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION IT CONVENED IN DALLAM AT NOON TODAY. THE ATTENDANCE IS URGE For Permanent Relief J" ;] RERUNS acta directly on the Liver. It wUl euro CONSTIPA- TION, DYSPEPSIA, KALABIA AND CHILIS, U entirely free from all poisonous mineral substancee. and ie composed solely of UfX>Glflj^vHKBBS. Etjpooitily edasled for weak and weary constitutions: strengthens the weakened gUnds and organs; it checke all derangement* of the human body. CURED HER 8I6K HEADACHE Mre. Jode Cameron. Ccntralia Arenas, Tetnpla, Texas, writca: " I find HBRBINB glvee mr «j«ick relief, and take pleaaare in recommending it to all women who nflvfaw ekk headache.'* WITHM THK REACH OP ALL filly Cents A Bottle Avtld All Substitutes Ballard Snow Liniment Co. St. Loads. U. S. A. SOLD AND RKCOMMCfSDKD BY R. K. BRISTOL, City Drug Stow. One of (lr«>ut<*Ht in History of Stale —Judge (ockrrll Temporary Chairman. Beautify th Complexion M TEN DAYS. "Nadinola Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 16 August 1906

th* fepffi'Wg! K1 ,'X% f-H ''. i s ■*■■ ,1 rich, pan, nourishing Mood *>7 load's flampartUa. and yoo tm from those spells at de« ; tboM sleepless nights and anxious ibooe gloomy, deathlike feelings, sodden aurti at more nuthln* . dyspeptic symptoms and blinding Hood's tamptrlUt has dona for many others - it will euro you. ood'a Sarsaparilla In nstial liquid form or In cfaooolatrd teMets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses H. The Democrat-Gazette. TOM W. PERKINS. WALTER R. WILSON, Wllon, Pabllahera and Proprietors. To Subscriber*:—The dita printed opposite w r name en the margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indicate* the time to wblcn your huo- acripuoti In paid. All aubacrlptlon* expire on tie Br i of tne month. Any nubaerlber not re- oetvtng the paper regularly will pleane notify ua. -« _ We do not tend receipts for mosey paid on Srtssrtptlop*. but credit same on allp atacbed , It credit la Dot shown on allp In ten data of rssDlttaoos, natlty Una offloe. Subscription Rates. copy one...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 16 August 1906

T *'W% ma ¥ i PARK Kit. Til* big rains of the last few days have done much damage to cotton which ia growing too much weed and not Trultlng and has thrown off mach of middle crop. enteen were converted and whole church wa revived spiritually. It haa been rumored for tome time that we would have a wedding Sunday at 4 o'clock at the Metho- diat parsonage. The rumor was Mrs. Myrtle Wood of Parker vis- well founded as Mr. Kd Lynn lead ited her mother southeast of Wylla to the hymeneal altar. Miss Cashion. wish for them one unbroken Stephens ^chain of peace and Joy. The election ia in history. We failed to get ali of our men. How- ever, we gracefully submit to the in- evitable, believing that the majority should rule at all times. If the) prove wrong time will right all things. last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. W have been sick the past weeek but are up now. Mrs. Nona Ward has been slsk for a few days, but is better at Cils writing. G. H. Rollins returned lust week from a trip to McCuliough and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 16 August 1906

: Vufi' I <1 > ■f 1 f ' * • -' V I V '■ I '4 ™ .Sw ly !,'? •. : : Clearance Sale! T THE CLOSING Summer season we find we have lots of lawns, summer dress goods, laces, and embroideries, slippers, etc., that we must close out regardless of cost; our buyers are now in the eastern markets and we are getting bills for new fall goods every day, consequently we must have room. For that reason we are going to sell every article in summer goods at a great big sacrifice for the next i5 days. Come let us show you just what you want to finish out the summer Let us show you our Millinery—too cheap to quote prices. with! 6 pieces novelty mohair skirting in lavendar, white, green, and light grey shadow check, worth 50c, Clearance Price 39c yd One Champagne Voile dress pattern worth 8.oo, clearance price .. .. r.... $2 45 One Champagne Voile Skirt pattern, worth 4.00, clearance price.. . SI 45 Three Silk Eolienne dress patterns in green and pink worth 10.00, clearance price $4 qq $1.25 silk ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 16 August 1906

* *wm* ii"in -i : -.i -I' i ■* 1 if infilly < ! 20c Ribbon 100 bolt*«, all colors, is 1 k ribbon, clean-up price 10c 20c Lrabroideries Big assortment 4 and 5 inches wjde em broid- ery on *sle <toi*l«uwup price 10c " 20c Lace Shams 50 large nize lace pillow t«hams worth 40c pair lean-up price 10c each 5c Gauze Vests 50 dozen ladies sleev- lcss gauze vests, clean- U|> price ^ ! 3 for 10c 25c Suspenders 20 dozen men's slide suspenders will be sold at clean-up price 15c pair 50c Curtains 3 ) | air lace curtains all marked down at clean- up price 39c pair 5c Dress Calico> 25 bolts faney dress cilico, good valtMH, clean-up price 3>4c yard * V \ I Some Powerful Cut Prices in... Our Clothing Department 12 men'« grey mixed suits, well worth $7.50 suit, all must be sold during this sale, at $5-45 < 75c grade little fellow wash suits clean-up price 45C Men's California work pant a, clean-up pric • August Clean-lip Sale > & 4'j 4 Begins Saturday Morning, August 18th, Co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 16 August 1906

■ Hw! **r 1i"'.% '.*"••' 5f gpt« *" • .«5'' •'• * ' • r *• "iW* v? Ji 3P* U % COLLIN COHJNTY'S ? ^rTmj'ff' ' A Wf* &-JP"."-_M* WW \ ■ JUMT .u ' j9|HH| Ex-Confederate and Old Settlers UNION McKinney, Texas. Postponed on Account Rain Until Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, August 22nd, 23rd and 24th. ffiCS*Free camping grounds and free stock water, free ice water, etc. FIRST DAY—Ex-confederates' and old settlers' day. Free dinner to all ex-confeder- ates at home of Hon. E. W. Kirkpatrick. Senator C. A. Culberson and Congressman C. B. Randell and others, will make addresses. SECOND DAY—Woodmen Day. Congressman Morris Sheppard, So v. W. A. Frazier. Hon. C. A. Leddy, Senator A. P. Barrett, and other prominent Woodmen have been invited and will make addresses. A feature of the day will be a drill by 60 little boys and girls of Farmersville, and the uniform rank drill of Farmersville at 2 and 8 p.m. These features alone are worth coming 100 miles to see. THIRD DAY—Sunday School day. Ever...

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