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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 April 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRII, 16, 1908. A I! len- % out I ed an open letter to Bailey, saying that It was reported he had pomw back to Austin to defeat hla bill, whlafi would render the property of an Infamous oil trust corporation li- able for penalties after Its dissolu- tion. That letter was never unswer- 1 «d. Bailey had fixed the legislature and went home. He naturally felt that he had earned money, and so. on the next day—March 28, 1901— he wrote to Pierce the following letter: Mr. H. C. Pierce, St. Louis, Mo. March 28, 1901—My Dear Pierce: Send me New York exchange for $17&0. Have it mude payable to my order so it will not be necessary for you to Indorse It. Bend it at once. I ought to have had It sever al days ago. Your friend truly. J. W. Bailey. Bailey had been at work lobby' Ing and did not want the name of Pierce on u check that brought him money. April 1, 1901—Four days after that the Grinnan bill passed the sen- ate and went to the house. April 2, 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 April 1908

'""":> "t'"' - *•:'■■-" ••"■"■ TBI WWMKLY DEMOCRAT-CM ' mmmm wm HSUS ■ .■•; ? si 4.f ■ n • { j ' I0LY BONDS OF WEDLOCK NEXT MONDAY TRADES DAY Mr. Will C. Gerrish and Miss Lin- Me Johnson were married at 8:3U o'clock hist evening at the home of the bride, on North Kentucky Htreet. In the presence of about one hun- dred guests. Just preceding the ceremony, Mrs Albert Smith, whose full, rich clear voice always charms her hearers ■ang with much effect, "All Fi You," and to the sweetly solemn iitrains of the wedding march skillfully played by Mrs. J. E. G1 bod, the young couple entered the pretty parlor, where, standing he- fore Rev. J. B. Gober pastor of the Methodist church, they took upon themselves the sacred marriage vows that made them one through life. The bride was beautifully attired In white and carried a large bouquet of bride's roses, the groom wearing the conventional black. After the final words of the Impressive ceremo- ny bad been said, a reception was held and the new...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 April 1908

V*'T i-'j pr:; ►Vyi« V .. k S «# ■ ■ ■;. isg;%>* <"■ ' •■ ' y ' . 'ft:';, t .fy jpW#r^V':- ,h ;<i"" "%%*' 'i ) < '' &«mNP W - THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZBT PE. THURSDAY. APRIL 16. 1908. 3/ Special Selection of edibles from our popu- lar and fast growing gro- cery emporium will put you in The Happiest Frame of Mind No order too insignificantly small or too large for us to handle in a way that will highly please both • YOUR PALATE AND PURSE Try me and be shown. I want "to show" you. Don't take my word—just test me with an order. CUFF EMERSON "Who Feeds 'em" PHONE 57 - ■ McKINNEY, TEXAS. S ? Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y ❖ f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Jr ♦*v ...... WKST COLLIN. Succession of Comfortable Hoines- To Tcxhm I'liiins. The Prosper country Is one of the best In Collin county.. Fine farms are In evidence on every hand, and the people are Retting along splen- didly. In fact the entire country from McKlnney via Rheas Mill on to Prosper Is one continuation of com- fortable homes, an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 April 1908

$5 SHANNON'S NOVELTY HOUSE. tie,nine Singer Sewing Muliine* at price. For Keinlngton iiik! Oliver Typewriter* m*c us before buj lug. Phone 859. % Notice to tho Public. Sherman Texas, March IS, 100S. Buy a new Singer Sewing Machine from S. A. Malone, The Sin- ger Company's only authorized salesman and collector at Mc- Klnney. Any one else offering you a Singer Sewing Machine in Mr. Malone's territory is offering you either second-hand goods or is not the company's authorized salesman and collector, and In no way will the Singer Sewing Machine Co. be responsible for said machines. Sherman, Texas. SIN'CJEIt SEWING MACHINE CO. W. H. Brazlle, M. S. Over .100 Years f Of Good Paint Making? That is the experience lie hind Harrison's "Town and Colin- try" Paint. Of course, it I* the best. It ought to lie. Men who have used it always buy It again, because It In a money saver. HARRISONS' | "Town and Country" Paint<■ | outwears any other sort or brand of I'aint, whether hand-made V or ready-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 April 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THI'RSDAY, APRIL 1«, 1 $. : x i X ♦ t ♦ ♦ .Refrigerators and Ice Boxes. Our new Hue of refrigerators and Ice boxes have just arrived and have been placed on our floor. AIho a complete Hue of ice cream freezers, Ice shaves, ice picks, etc. \ CROUCH-SAIGUNG CO. Il.-lHI)VYAUK AND FURNITURE McKinney. Texas- - Jap and China Mattings AT LOWEST PRICES V' Jointed China Mattings In colors, red, white, brown, etc Joint leas China Mattings, extra good value Heavy White China Mattings Stenciled Japanese Mattings, long straw, done wei ve, large rose and leaf design Japanese cotton warp Mattings in red and white, green ami white, blue uud white . . IHc . . 20c . . U.lc .. 2r,c R. W. DAVENPORT S FURNITURE STORp, McKINNEY, TEXAS VOICE PROM THK FAItM. BLACK BLOCK Reg. No. i Hlack lack, white points, II 1-2 Itinh (standard >• Come and see litis line .lack, he will suit you. Fee $ I •> to Insure colt. If mare is parted with or bred to other stock, fee is due at once ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 April 1908

WOODMEN. of Two McKin- .^0 ■ *€lta pen ." The following ts reproduced from the Oreeaville Daily Banner, anent the big Woodmen banquet given in that city last Friday night: Last night waa a mile post in the hldtoiy of Hoih D'arr camp, W. O. VV, The attendance wan very .large and all enthusiastic choppers. Early In the game two candidates were Introduced to the mysteries of the forest and they enjoyed the di- version as much, it appeared, as thoee who were old iu the way of the order. The drill team, under di- rection of Capt. Dow ling, and In their new uniform*, did exceptional- ly fine work. At 8:30 Prof. Jacobs' orchestra gave a splendid rendition. Chaa. A. Leddy at this time made a short talk and introduced Hon. B. ^F. Vaughau, who delivered the wel- come address In well chosen words, following which the orchestra again delighted the large concourse. Mr. I^eddy then introduced Tom W. Perkins of McKluney. He spoke of having worked for Mr. Perkins In the printing office at 50 cents ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 April 1908

•v?n«* •'?? • ■ • % v'v *' ,1* * tOeefclji tmtvttt- TWKNTY-FIFTH YEAR, NO. It. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TBXas, Till ItSDAV, APRIL iW, 1#08. \ ot ' < d Si le y \ . IX CARDEN ISSUES , STATEMENT George A. Garden, chulrman of the State Democratic Executive Com- mittee. bus Issued the following ex- planation of the purposes of the pri- mary election and precinct conven- tions, to be held May 2: TV the Democrats of Texan: In view of many inquiries, whlcb have reached me. Indicating that there Is some misunderstandltiK as to the pre- cise purposes of the primary election and precinct conventions to be held on May 2 for the sole and only pur- pose of eiectlng delegates at large and alternates at lurge to the Na- tional convention, in each voting precinct in each county in the State, a primary election is expected to be held and each precinct will piake a return of Ihe. vote to the county chairman of the county in which It is situated. Tho couqty chairman will make returns to the State ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 April 1908

E You Can't Tell the Quality By It's Looks. Place a can of good paint and a can of poor paint side by aide, and nobody, not even a manufacturer, can tell the quality by looking at them. It 1h after the paint has been on your house a few years after the scorching heat of winter storms have played on it. THEN you will know whether the paint is good or bad. Then you will find out whether your money has been simply wasted. But why should you run u risk? Why not buy Sherwin-Williams Paint al the start? It's a proven paint. Been the standard paint of the world for 30 long years. The standard of McKlnney and Col- lin county for 20 years, and you know perfectly well, it could not hold ilrst place that long unless it had the highest merit. Don't be fooled this year. Get Sherwin-Williams Paint and you will never buy any other as long as you live. Sold under guar- antee for over 18 yenrB by R. E. Bristol CITY DRUG STORE McKlWKY, TKXA8. Over 100 Years f Of Good Paint.Making! That it* the experi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 April 1908

f- a* • •(« . ■ wi ^'si-ana • * h< , i THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 13. 1 •*' «. "'T "V" i- tIF v # r IIAKKESHALE. The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 80 years, has borne the signature of and has been made nnder his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. ^ Allow no one to deceive you in thin. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Juat-aa-good" are but experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of InfUnts and Children—Experience agftliutt Experiment. What Is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- goric, Drops and'Soothing Syrups. It is Pleamtnt. It Contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishnes& It cures Diarrhuua and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep* The Children's Panacea—The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 April 1908

M k^ond-olfto mall matter. date printed opposite of the paper or on the to which your ub- - THURSDAY Waller B. WtlMtt, wd Proprietors. Ammrlate Kdltor. j p*ld All enbecrlptlone aspire on i month. Any eabeorlber not receiving ■ -•—- notify — We do not eend receipt# for money paid on nboeiipttone, but credit name on Klip attached to paper, If credit la not ehown on dip In ton day* from data of remittance notify thle office We cannot believe It Is. It I. individual that sings loudeet choir that "Jeaua paid It all," praya loudeat In hla public devotions, that haa the moat religion. Thank the good Lord that we are only held responsible for the talenta we have. The trouble with, some good people la, they are desirous of getting oth- ers to Join the church, when, In many' Instances, If they would live right, the ones thus Bought, would Join and be glad to. We believe In churches, and the full and Anal triumph of the "Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of Man." Bro. Cates, we are glad th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 April 1908

A 4 ) « jKtor so cbeefinft APRIL 20, 1908. Dear Friend-: lusen't to like tea but 1 likte it now, because we get the best tea that now only oosts a few cts. a pound, and my, it tastes so good. When you go to buy it you can tell it by the smell. When I came home from school to- day I came by the grocery and got a pound of it and some lemons and • some cookies, because Mama had a little tea party this after- noon. Your f r iend , JACOB. P. S. We never, never think of going for our groceries but to BARNES & GERRISH GROCERIES AND PRODUCE Phones 9k and 525. M-MMl I I I 1 I 1 I I I>■ I 1 I I 1 1 1 1 I I McKinney, Texas. !■■!■■ MI 1 I Ml 111 MM I I M bishop. Mrs. Decker has been on the sick list the past week. Leonard Cole and Dan Bishop attended a base ball game at Wetsel last Wednesday. J. E. Marshall and daughter little Miss May, were shopping in McKin- ney last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Decker of Blythe Chapel, visited relatives in this community last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 April 1908

WE ARE- elusive Shoe Dealers They Say Our Shoes Are The Best We un> e*pert Foot Filler*. When you have Inullly ailments you ||*> to a specialist. Whrn y< u Iwvf foot hurts why not come to the Mioelat. We have the largest variety of lasts, mihI the lM>st selected st< ck of Hlioes in the city. CTTTTf V Suttle Brick, 3U11LL, NcKinney, Texni DOGGETT & CLIFTON, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS, McKinney, Texas. We do a general law and real estate business; we render and pay taxes for non-residents, rent property and collect the rents, and we handle all the idle money that Is entrusted to us and put the same to work. If you are interested In real estate either as a buyer or seller, it will pay you to call and see us. We have lands for sale in almost every county In the state, and we have several good gins, well located, in this and Den- ton county, that we will trade for lands in almost any county in the state. .The Latest Spring Arrivals. A beautiful line of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 April 1908

■ (- . • -'•! , m . -v.'.... y 13P 41 " ;V ' . THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. APRIL 23, 1908. THat Buggy Question FiWs Easy Solution in Our Stocks fXUR prices are lower for qual- ity than elsewhere. We know this. It is no| an idle . claim, hut a fact based up- on natural conditions. No rents, buying in large quantities for spot cash, and the lower cost of doing a vast volume of business. i ? 1 v t V ? f ❖ t ?♦ COM.IN* l-IONKKIt. Collin County Implement & Vehicle Co. It. K. (WltPK NTKIt, Manager. McKinney, Texas s I ? T T i 1 *;« Superior Sires S/x Vear Old Stallion ft n Doctor W hit ten is here, a stallion the 1 . Recorded a fast one throughout ihe Southwest. Weighs eleven hundred and Just 8 years old, His equal In Collin has not been foaled. Incolor jet black, over fifteen three hands high, The finest of forms and clear, brlllant eye. This horse is a saddler, pacer and trotter, O. K. Kxcels in his class as the records will say, North Texas has no better horse in his way...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 April 1908

.' ;J' 'W'^MKXr< ' ' fM yVWwKr-™k Wiippst®, "5i mmm} isk fE -•■ . $■ ft .*WW ■ : f;1** < ' ■ -, . - ■ '" ! . - , w. i' _ PBIL IS. 1901. * • ... >• John Ivy. a prominent Blue Ridge democrat, Is in the city. R. 8. Clower and non, Clifford, left today for a trip to Chicago and the Great Lakes, to be gone about ten daya. * V Mr. and Mrs."~TT~A. Holmes who have been visiting Mr*. Holmes' par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Page, for aeveral days, left today for Wheel ing, W. Va.f where they will make their home. Mr. Holmes travels for the American Tobacco Company, and has been transferred to the territory of West Virginia, Ohio and* Pennsyl vania, and therefore changes his headquarters from Dallas. They are followed by the best wishes of many friends. HATt'ltDAY. 8am Harris, the big alfalfa raiser of near Chambersvllle. who resides at Melissa, is in the city today. R. Wood has moved back to this city from Cellna, where he has been conducting a hotel. We welcome him back. Marshal Albert...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 April 1908

TWENTY-FIFTH YKAIl. Ml. 1.1. Mi'KINNBV, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AH, THIHSDAV, APIUL :*« , HM M. TO COTTON GROWERS (!) n rnivt Jglx l!" **; id ey Rh o- ■al nd en Atlanta. Ga., April 22.—That fol- lower of I ho policy of the Southern Cotton association have been indif- ferent to the cause lately la admitted by officers of that organization. TIiIh indifference President Harvle Jordan attributes to good prlceB of cotton up to January 1. He now sees that conditions are changing for the worse, and declares that unless there is a wakening up the south will next December face conditions like those that menaced It in 1904. President Jordan said: 'The adherents of the policies and purposes of the Southern Cotton as- sociation have been somewhat Indif- ferent to the cause during the past jhteen months. Actively In the .nks of the locul county assoc iations <ave been allowed to slumber, and the spirit of co-operative effort be- tween farmers, merchants and bank- ers has not been so pronounced as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 April 1908

mm Weak Women frequently suffer great pain and misery during the change of life. It is at this time that the beneficial effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated, by those | who find that it relieves their distress. "CARDUI , THURSDAY, APRIL 80, 1108 ROSAMOND t'HAI'KI It Will Help You J 15 r Mrs. Lucinda C. Ilill, of Freeland, O., writes: "Before I began to take Cardui, I suffered so badly I 11 was afraid to lie down at night. After I began to I I take it I felt better in a week. Now my pains have gone. I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change of life has nearly left me." Try Cardui. AT ALL DRUG STORES Professional department CARDS OF VARIOVS PROFES- SIONS UJtOUPKI) FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC bvlted to Columns In Which Are Notions of Doctor*, Dentists, Lawyers, Notaries. Etc. T. H. Bryant, Dent lot, Fooiu House. Phone 203. McKlnney. Dr. J. C. N. Smith. Dentist. Up- ■tairs over Abbott's Book Store, Mc- Kinnev. Texas. J. A. GARRISON', Fire uiul Toriut- do lnNurunee:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 April 1908

i I i SB THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZBTTE. THURSDAY, APRIL 30. 1908. ! I Y Y ? ? Y ? I T Y x I t Y TKat Buggy Question Finds Easy Solution in Our Stocks 1 jC jgr /^UR prices ai% lower for tjuai- ity than elsewhere. We know this. It is not an idle claim, hut a faet based up- on natural conditions. No rents, buying in large quantities for spot cash, and the lower cost of doing a vast volume of business. Collin County Implement & Vehicle Co. IC. K. FAItPKXTKU, Munagcr. McKinney, Texas f 1 1 T Y x Y Y t Y Y I t t i X Y I Y X ? X f Y ♦7« BLACK BLOCK Res. No. ir>4."., Black Jack, whit© points, 14 1-2 high (standard L Come and see this fine Jack, he v-'i 11 suit you. Fee to insure colt. If mare Is parted with or bred to other stock, fee is due at once and lien on mare bred Is retained to secure same. Remember 1 offer the public Reg- istered stock. Saddle horse, Chester Lee 2240. fee $2; trottiiiK horse, llames- B e 27701!. fee f 1 fi.00; coach horse, Heinrlch 17i>4, fee $15.00; Jack, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 April 1908

EVERY THURSDAY. W. Perkins, Walter H. Wllwon, PublUlier* and I roprl«*tor*. liHMltlr, Atnoclnto Editor. as M Entered as second-class mall matter, To rob«ciib«r "Thc datj prtnted opratte «o«ir Qiine on tbo margin of thi Dtp*' or on IM wrapper Indicate* the tun* to which your «d>- rttoo l paid- All «nb crlption* «iplr« on th of th« month. Any «Bb crlber wtw.t nj p«p«r regularly will pleaa® notify u . W« do not Maid receipt* for money pald on ..i ■_.! > ..H.jti aaMttt ah ulln alt uphl n Wl! au noi r!UU I .v. — •* r-~- •ttbcsripllonn, but credit «anie on Blip attached to paper, If credit la not ihown on slip In tan days from date of remittance notify tbl offloe. One Copy One Year $1.00 Keep cool; keep sober; keep quiet, ■o you'll keep. The candidate—he In ever u clever fellow- before the election. ' Remember, we will ull live here after May 2nd. And we should ull be friends. The people will again be burden- ed—Evelyn Nesblt Thaw threatens to write a book. The Bweet gil l graduate ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 April 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, APRIL 30. 1808. PRINCETON (iltoWl\(a. C'apt. Richardson Visits (irowing VII lagc—-Continents. . We left McKlnney at 7 o'clock }. Saturday morning for the beautiful I S little city of Princeton, and spent a f delightful day with the business men of that progressiva town. It la . always a pleasure to vlalt (hat sec- tlon of the county, for we are ussur- I ed of a hearty welcome, and kindly greetings from those hospitable peo- ple. When (?) we begin our polit- ical campaign for governor of this I great state we shall make our open- ling speech at Princeton. In front of West Bros. store, near the First Na- tional bank where friend Shirley can keep us supplied with pure cold Ice water. The boys were all Kind to see us out again from our recent spell of sickness and vied with each I other In kindly attentions. / Princeton doesn't stand still, but pis moving upon a higher plane all the while. Another new business enterprise is on the carpet and soon t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 April 1908

Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. m W. Perkins, Waller B. WIImm. l*ublisher« ami I"roprielor . liundftle, Aseodate Editor. Entered an Becond-cltuH nmtl mutter. To ssbaortbara—Tha diu- printed oppoalM ante on the margin of tbe paper or on the nr indicate* the time to which your aub- _.„on la paid. All ubacrtptlon eiplre on tha [ of tha month Any aubacrlbar not reoetylnf tba paper regularly will pleaae notify ua. We do not send receipt* for money paid on ttbcartptiona, but credit aamr on allp attached to paper, if credit la not abown ou allp In tan day a from date of remittance notify tbla office. Om Copy One Year . .. 9100 Don't let your prejudice# rule you. It is to he hoped that Jupiter Plu- vIub has gone on a several week's va- cation. The political spellbinders through- out Texas are on the home stretch and "going some." The Dallas Times Herald Is work- ing overtime in Its efforts to "keep the record straight." The Hig Stick is still busy at Washington, and it is usually...

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