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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1907

THE WEEKLY DFIMOCRAT-OAZKTT16. THTTPSDA Y, SEPTEMBER *1*. 1907. ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Naway Lattara From Tha Damoarat-Oazatta a Corpa of lM*lal Corraapondanta. COl'EVILLK. A. Bennet unit family were In ilnney last week. lm Hall came tu from Cleburne Jnesday to visit his parents. Urn. Ely Poteat returned from a }t to her old home In Alabama week. Jim Murtln came in from Went Ixas Friday. |Ely fields and wife left Monday Snyder to visit their daughter. Mm. 0. M. Hall visited relatives f.MciClnney last week. Rev. W. T. Grain of Cooper fcached at'the Baptist church Sun- ,y. Mrs. W. C. Cook Is quite sick at lis writing. I Mrs. McCarley and children left Sunday for the I. O. O. P. Home at Corslcana. . Bert Craft and wife have a little £lrl stopping at their home. , Prof. E. O. Brown of McKlnney | as here Friday. F\ John Pruitt was shaking hands |,ilth old friends here Saturday. He n't Sunday for Fort Worth. I ,/Mim. Strfford and children have turned from Galveston. J Jim Click v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1907

!■ •if- fv •-<: . "SHCKKLT PKMOCRAT-QAgBTTB. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER tt. 1907. ■BOUT READY FOR THAT NEW FALL BUGGY OR CARRIAGE ? p. •, If so, we are ready to interest you. 15 cent cotton makes you feel aw- fully good, doesn't it? You'll feel much better if you wdl call, see and 0 Then Make a Purchase of One of our New ___ ^ * Up-to-now Rubber Tired Buggies or Carriages Our profits are too small to quote you a price. Come, see and we'll convince you. Won't say any- thing more until we meet you face. Your friends in Buggies and Carriages, McKINNEY & MASSIE. 2 V s 2 8 1\ y n I c< : s , /A Ma?;a

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1907

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRATS AZBTTB. THURSDAY. 8KP1RMBBR 26. 1907. L'.-lJUggj txTTry L f Opens Under the Most Favorable Conditions tor This Store. We li ave strained every nerve and spared no expense in gathering to- gether this season a stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoos, etc., to meet the wants of all classes. Our buyer has searched tin* fashion centers and great manufacturing districts of the east in an effort to get the best at the lowest possible prices. In buying for our three stoies, located at Fort Worth, Denison and Me Kinney, we are is a position to take merchandise in large quantities, gaining every possible price concession and cash discount. No lot is too large for us to handle is the price if right. Cash buying from first hands is responsible for our undervalue prices 011 reliable merchandise. Then our business is conducted along th<> most economical lines, enabling us to undersell and still make a fair profit. Al- though cotton goods have gone sky high, our orders plac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1907

,-VSiat*. ; . ! HP*, ? •i ' i Hfti y, f'" ' li ii*- WffiifilBH Wii WJH'A'' t, FW® Overwhelming Proof that Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Succeeds. One of the pHteit triumphs of I^dia K. Pink haw's Vegetable Com- pound li the coi-quering of womau'i dread enemy Tumor, The growth of a tumor la so in- •ldltms that frequently Its presence it wholly unsuspected until it is well advanced. Bo called "wandering pains" may eome from its early stagea or the presence of danger may be made manifest by excessive monthly periods accompanied by unusual pain, from the abdomen through the groin and thigh. If you have mysterious pains, if there are indications of inflammation or displacements, secure a bottle of l<ydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- Eound, made from native roots and erbs, right away and begin its use. The following letters should con- vince every buffering woman of its virtue, ami that it actually does conquer tumors. Mr*. May Fry, of S3# W. Colfax Ave , South Bend, lnd., write...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1907

, ' 4 .I '• W ' ~ \ THE WWBKLY DKMOCRAT-OAZBTT*. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1*07. — BARGAINS IN PIANOS 0f; Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. L Sinoe a piano us a rule costs more than ijy other single piece of furniture that goe* iiu tlie home, and since a vast majority of 'he people who buy "once for all," the purchase of one ought to be given serious consideration and the make selected with the utmost cat turn. Some people in «Ke their selections on the strength of the salesman's representations, o r tha opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to 4,P«88" upon the merits of the instrument, which, in many cases, lias 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, for that matter, >ou are purchasing an instrument unrivalled in "tone, touch and durabil- ity," recommended and used by the world's most ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1907

smi fSJJI rasas «tn ; v ,->* " ' * i«m' ■ .f- .$ . ■ • s * ■ " ■<;.. ,. a A ft" ■ . • ■ 1 i •'-!1 ,->vi Mi JW^ ■A m i® it' Wie Do. A person new to this store suggest ed that it would be a inost appreciable thing if she knew of a Pharmacy which could be depended on to charge as uniformly low prices for filling prescriptions as for some com mon article out by ev- body as a leader. We Do. We cha rge according to a cer- tain fixed per cent. We have learned by experience that we can sell drugs successfully on this basis. To be sure our prices are acknowledged to be lower than any drug store In town, that is because our trade is larger. We buy and sell heavier, obtaining larger discounts/ A new customer re- marked yesterday that her regular monthly bill had aver- aged 20 per cout less since coming here to have her pre- scriptions tilled and to buy the sickroom requisites. 15c saved on one ordinary prescription. On this basis we so- licit the prescriptions the doctor lea ves with ...

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

i •'* wL 'jfe« •>•'' '': ' >■*'. *<* " •■ : f - >V > :. , *' '';\i ' ^ " ■ 7 •'' "■ !&■:■- .. ; - ;v>^ .. 1. ;v , ■ v « .. etnocrnt' KNTY-FOURTH YHAR, NO. :U. McKlNNEY, (X)LIJN COUNTY, TEXAS, THl ltSIHY, (X iollDK 8, HM 7. iNNUAL REPORT COUNTY SCHOOLS County Superintendent W. L. Yarbrough has completed his annual report of the condition of the schools of Collin County for the past term, which he la forwarding to the Stato Superintendent. This does not In- clude Independent school districts. From the report the following In- teresting Items are gleaned: Total enrollment of pupils within scholastic age 8076 "Overs" 284 "Unders" 54 2 Total enrollment 8587 Total number of teachers .... 178 Number of districts under lo- cal tax (50 Number of schools 137 Total number of single desks . . 131 Cumber double desks 4104 falue of school houses built irtng past year $1 GOO.00 Falue of school houses, rounds und furniture in the Junty >92,040.07 Amount of school money ap- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1907

........ .. I f *•' ' * ' . N. f |- ' ii .'-V^ rM % "--i isi; v $ ■ ft .■ "7,. , . .:"i J *!# , "' '■ ■■■;„•. ,;.v • ' • .-r'k'" " THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. i. 1107. T* « * ss % Opens Under the Most Favorable Conditions for This Store. We have strained every nerve and spared no expense in gathering to- gether this season a stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, etc., to meet the wants of all classes. Our buyer has searched the fashion centers and great manufacturing districts of the east in an effort to get the 1 est at the lowest tpossible prices. In buying for our three stoies, located at Fort Worth, Denison and McKinuey, we are is a position to take merchandise in large quantities, gaining every possible price concession and cash discount. No lot is too large for us to handle is the price if right. Cash buying from first hands is responsible for our undervalue prices on reliable merchandise. Then our business is conducted along tha most, economical lines, enabling us t...

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

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1&07. Of BARGAINS IN PIANOS Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. better on our fertile black land*. The time has come when more corn, more hogs, more hay, more stork, more poultry uud less cotton for the insects to devour ought to be rallied. AARON COFPRE, ' The Old Cotton Planter." Since a piano as a rule costs more than ,.ny other single piece of furniture that goes iiu the home, V au<l since a vast majority oi 'he people who buy "once for all," the purchase of one ought to be & given serious consideration and the make selected with the utmost caution. ^ Some people mixe their selections on the A strength of the salesman's representations, or A the opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to & *'Pan" upon the .merits of the instrument, which, & in many cases, has not even received the indorse- <o raent of obscure musicians, much less one of note; y but when a Kimball, or an Estey, or a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1907

ill Published Srsrjr Thursday. TOM W. PBBOl WALTER B. WILSON Publisher* mad Proprietors. Entered as second-class uinll matter. To •abaeiibsm-Ths data printed opposite •oar nasi it on tbe margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indicate* the time to which your ub- aoftouon U p«ld. All *ub«crtptiona eiptrs on r list of tits month. Any subtiunber not ro- i p«p«tr regularly will please notify u« Ws Ao not teas reoslpu tor moaey psM on tsbsorlptloe*, bat credit sams on «llp attached o i>aper, if credit Is not shown on slip in tee llfibw dtts of remlttanos, notify thla oflloe HobM-riptiou Rates One copy one year 91.00 HOMK FOR KKKPS. This writer for the past three years has held more offices, and re- ceived Icbh pay for each and every one of iheni, than any man ever in Texas, or who expects to he lu Texas. We have had honors, and then more honors. We have been honored with the mayorship of McKlnney, president of the Mayors' Association of Texas; president Texas PresH As- sociation; presi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1907

1 TH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1*07. * IW READY TO RECEIVE TAXES The season for paying taxes has now arrived and Dr. W. T. Moore, the popular and efficient county tax collector, has everything In his of- fice In reudlnesB for receiving all taxes and Issuing the necessary re- ceipts. Next year Is campaign year, fine which promises to be an unusu- ally lively year in Texas, and us a citizen without a poll tax receipt will not be "in it" u little bit, there will doubtless be a larger number of receipts than usual issued before the expiration of the tluie limit. Investigating Murder. Detective Dob Comwell of Dnllas has returned home after a trip to Cellna in his investigation of the Mabry murder case which so stirred the people of Dallas a few days agr>, a young man being beaten to death and robbed. A man had been ar- rested at Cellna and held on suspi- cion, but as the result of the visit of Detective Comwell there, and the investigation which followed, he was re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1907

TOM W. PERKINS WALTER B. WILSON t-Gazette. Thursday. Editors, Publishers and Proprietor*. Entered aa second-class mall mattar. BMEBese To 8ub cr1o«r«: ~Th <UU printed opposite ■on Ui« ■ ub- >e on the m*rfln of tha paper or c „ Indicate* the ubw to which your on to psid. All •abkcriptKKiii expire on jt of tn« month Any ut> ortb«r no: f - itrtnf the papor regatnrly will plMM notify u* Ws *o not «m4 nostpts for on«y pals on latMorlpttooi, but or«41t nan on allp n'Ucftnd ■a paper, if credit to not ahown on allp In ton irantni Aata of rovlttMoa, notify thla offloe Subscription Ralea One copy one year •1.00 BRYAN AM) KlltllY. The Dallas News of September 29 quotes John H. Kirby, the lumber magnate of Texas, as saying that he would rather see Texas go Republi- can than to see Bryan elected pres- ident. It will be remembered that John H. Klrby Is at the head of the reput- ed lumber combine In Texas, wlrtt H. Clay Fierce, oil magnate and fugi- tive from justice, as his right hand bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1907

' >v THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1907 ALL OVER THE COUNTY. "S X, ,1 Bright and N«w*y LMtari Prom Th« OtmMrit-Oautti'i Corp* of Correspondent*. vvV< vwv with homefoiks W. W. Jones this week, while her husband Is at Min- eral Wells on account of ill health. Snow Hill, Oct. 1. MELISSA. VERONA. m lla li, I** Walter Evan* left this morning for Whltewrlght to enter Grayson college. Frank McMurray entered ichool there about two weeks ago. Miss Linnle Cooper of Westmin- ster visited relatives in this commu- llty last week. Frank Carson was accidentally tilled In a coal mlue at Jopllu, Mo., fast Thursday and the remains were wrought here Saturday for burial. Trunk had a host of relatives here rho were shocked to learn of his leath. The Methodist revival which hat jeen In progress at this place since the 11th, closed last night with something near 30 conversions and 40 accessions to the church. This was one of the greatest revivals Ve- rona has ever known. Miss EiT...

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

Ji — T. OD Sheiton < bUll QMS. of Piano was Mr. and Mrs. John Ousley of Ce- line, ait- Matting here today. Mrs. M. W. Bowlby of Durant, 1. T., is visiting McKinney friends. A new county clerk has arrived in town, a fine baby boy having been born to County Clerk and Mrs. L. A. Sears. J. R. Dlckerson, a prominent in- surance roan of Piano, was among today's visitors to the county's cap- ital city. J. H. Sneed is here today from "Wylle, transacting business and shaking hands with his many Mc- Kinney friends. O. J. Simon who has been attend- ing the McKinney Business College for some time, left today lor his home at Garden, La. Drs. R. L. Davis of Princeton and F. M. Smith of Blue Ridge attend- ed the session of the Collin County Medical Association here today. Mrs. John Nale has gone to 8an Marcos in response to a message an- nouncing 'bat her sister, Mrs. Tay- lor of that city was critically sick. Mrs. E. J. Edmonson and daugh- ter, Miss Duille, who have been vis- iting the former'...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1907

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3. 190? ttf J .Women Avoid > > % Operations WIimi • woman goffering from ■•male trouble is told that an oper- ation to necessary, It, of oonne, frighten* bar. _ The very thought of the hospital, the operating table and the knife strikes terror to her heart. It to quite true that these troub- les may reach a stage where an ope- ration to the only resource, but a great many women hare been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound after aa operation has been decided upon as the only cure. The strongest and most gratefui statements possible to make ooms from women who by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's V egetable Compound made from native roots and herbs, have escaped serious operations, as evidenced by Miss Rose Moore's case, of 807 W. 36th St., N.Y. She writes:- Dear Mrs. Pinkham:-"Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has cured me of the rery worst form of female trouble and I wish to express to you my deepest gratitude. I suffered...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1907

, «• ^ Cincinnati, Ohio. Sept. *7.—Mr. Mrs. Henry Kramer of Binning- Ala., arrived in Cincinnati yee- sud went at once to the coun- ty court house. wh re they succeed- ed in attracting toe attention of _ nearly every cleric ".n the building before they finally left. Mr. Kra- mer la a man of mature yearn, while Mra. Kramer la still in her twentlea. The wife held lu her grasp two deeds aa ahe entered the auditor's offlce. Nudging her husband she de- manded, bo that erery one within 50 feet could hear: "Sign the papers!" Mr. Kramer did not seem to hear, however, und she repeated In a man- ner that attracted every one in the office: "Sign the papers!" When the clerk who receives the deeds for record in the auditor's office looked up rather inquiringly she explained: "I married him for what he has got, and 1 am going to haAe it." Kramer took his pen and nfflxed his signature to the documents that deeded two lots in Hasselwood from Henry Kramer to Emetine Kramer for "$1 and other consider...

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

—a—— THE WHSrKT.Y nWMOCftAT-OA7.KTTW TWIWRnA v. nrTOTP ? inn? '#■ — Look Out for fii Stars33 B©S@w The mnn ::t the top and the man below— all sorts of people luok out for "Star" when they want a good chew. '8 it Dther, •rrlng o the/ •ectecT, niem They marrf it rai PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO "Star" quality has never beer, equaled—"Star" value i; beyond competition—"Star" sales ; ra greater than the total sales of any five other kinds. The best is always the cheapest—"Star" is t:ir more economical than other chews because it's so good—so rich and waxy, so sweet and sub- stantial— so wholesome and juicy — so elastic and lasting. Be sure and get "Star"—accept no sub- stitute. IfO.OOO.OOO 10c. pieccs sell annually In AH Stores MORE MATERIAL AND MACHINERY Seventeen additional earn of ma- terial ud machinery for the power house of (ho Sherman-Da I las lnierur- ban, Just north of town, have arriv- ed. The big shipment consists of five carloads nf hollers, Ave c arloads of brl< k, three carload...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1907

WW :r THIRSPAI^OCTOMB *. 1I0T. 4 iV.5W: isKL I No. 2041. fifed «iW< ! 4 "We dined in some of the finest hotels and restaurants, but did not find any coffee to excel in quality Arbuclcles' ARIOSA." That is what one lady write* and millions of others prove they believe, by using more Arbuclcles' ARIOSA Coffee than all the other packaged coffees in the United States put together. The fact that Arbuclcles* ARIOSA Coffee costs less and has suited the health and taste of . most American people for over X 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 " Arbuclcles'" the first roasted packaged coffee. See that you get the sealed cicage, one pound full weight, aring the name ARBUCKLES' ARIOSA COFFEE and the signature of Arbuckle Brothers, which entitles you to presents. That is the genuine article, no matter whore you buy it or w...

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

1 :n >KKI ''P :u re N< I*. tUcchln Democrat- TWKNTY-POl'KTH VKAK, NO. McKl.NNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER lO, iu«7. phou cKto foutl eor ie stair bank >houi i 'eace IWa>Y a'dt tain eus exas >U . ' ♦ 1 4 rer i lo; i f' w 4 « * 4 GRAYSON GOES PROHIBITION Shermun, Tex., Oct. 4.—Although a heavy unci fur-reaching rain wet Grayson County, the county went dry at yesterday's election by a ma- jority that will probably not be less than 700, The rain brought out the country vote, and a far heavier vole waB cast than at the election two years ago. The vote in both Sherman and Denison was ugainst prohibition. Forty-live boxes out of a total of fifty-three gave prohibition 3,ti;58, against 2,890, majority for prohibition 74 8. The city of Sher- man voted 223 anti majority against 7:j two years ago. '* * Vote in Denlxort. Denlson, Tex., Oct. 4.- Dentson went wet by the following vote: First ward, anti 244, pro 51; Second Ard anti 222, pro i 5; Third ward, untl 358, p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 October 1907

-JWL* V ^w™f, ni ^:r v - i-T ' M mmmm $50,mo STOCK [Tf OF NEW DRESS GOODS and CLOTHING MA TTHEWS BROS. McKlmCY, TEXAS. —— $50,000 STOCK OF NEW FRESH DRY GOODS and SHOES Will say to our many friends who have patronized us bo liberally in the past that we have remembered you specially in the selection of our immense new Fall Stock. good* and make yourself at home with us. We quote a few prices, but ask you to COME AND SEE. DRESS GOODS SILKS Silk Plaids In all the new colors, per yard 65c, 75c and . . $1.00 .'14 and 36 inch black Taffeta $1.00 36 inch black Peuu I)e Sole 91.<25 Solid colors in Taffeta Silk f>Oc, 65c and" 91.00 All colors In China Silk 50e All new shades in Satin 50c WOOL DRESS GOODS We have all the new colors and weaves In dross Roods, Vollies, Panama, Poplin. Chiffon, Panama. Brilllantlne, Mohair, Serge (Chiffon Lorento), (German Poplin), (Storm Serge), Cheviot, Cashmere, Henrietta, (Waterproof Covert . We have nice line brown, tan, blue, red and black. The lead...

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