The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 8, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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cinct No. 8—Melissa, meets sec-
hursday in each month. J. P.
cinct 4—Weston, meets third Sat-
urday in eachonth. B. F. Hardin,
Precinct 5—Piano, meets fourth
Monday in each month. J. M. Berry-
man, J P
Precinct 6—Lebanon, meets second
Wednesday in each month. Lee Bar-
num, J. P.
Precinct 7—Nevada, meets third Sat
nrday in each month. T (J- Bowles
Precinct 8—Blue Rideie, meets fourth
Friday in each month. John Beckham
R. R. Time Card
H. & T. C.
North bound, Cannon ball.. 5 ;21 a.m.
«< No3 9:48a. m
• • No. 15 8:27 p. m
«< No. 1. 9:15 p. m
Southbound No. 2 8:26a. m.
" No. 16 1:53 p. m
• No. 4 6:50 p. m
< CannonBall ll:ooa. m.
Passenger leaves .11:15 a. m
Local " 2:lop. m
Passenger, arrives .4.14p. m
Local •' 10:30a. m
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stock of wall papers you will be
pleased and save money—City
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sP«t eriinnyy bride°aVr"lLb!>i ''"Odsnn,- '',y!
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is visiting relatives there. ; Texas Infantry, in the late Span-
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CANTON DISC PLOW
a - grocer
to let h;.. >
„,linim(,ti, ish war which was raised in Col-
lin county. He has many friends
and well wishers here to congrat-
ulate him on his happy marriage.
Heptol, new liver cure at—City
Miss Emma King has returned
Key. T. L. Fulbright, of Farm-
ersville, is holding a meeting at
Mrs. W. F. Moore, of Paris, is
the guest of her frtther Judge T.
C. Goodlier and family in this
W. M. Bagley came down from
Melissa Saturday. Mrs Baglev
continued her visit for a few days
T. P. (Pres) Duncan and wife
formerly of McKinney but now
of Dallas, are rejoicing over their
tirst born—a fine little daughter.
H. L. Muncey of Slidell and
Geo. W. Powell, Little Elm, were
lucky winners of IliO acies each
in the Kowa-Comanche hind
drawing last week.
Chamberlain's Colic,Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy has a world
wide reputation for its euros.
It never fails and is pleasant and
safe to take. For sale by City
T. J. Melton, the veteran Mc-
Kinney grocerman, has opened
up a spot cash store in the Bing-
ham block. He wants the farm-
ers' produce. Sec him for all
kinds family groceries. 8-8-
Mrs A. A. McNatt and Miss
Willie Harris arrived from Green-
ville Thursday on a visit to the
former's parents, M. W. Younger
and wife, about four miles north-
east of town.
i'khmanknt library association
instituted friday nioht.
Shoulder braces for boys and
girls at—Smith Bros.
Mrs. T. E. Love has returned
to Weather ford after a visit to
Mrs. A. E. Daw.
That big reduction piano and
organ sale at Couch's.
Don't wait till you are thirsty
our soda is good any time at—
Miss Ida M. Given of Cleburne
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. R.
R. Hamlin in this city.
Come to our fountain for cold
satisfaction and ice cream soda at
—City Drug Store.
Charley Leddy and wife, of
Greenville, visited his parents Mr,
and Mrs, O. Leddy in this city.
John H. Ferguson left Satur
day to join his wife and daughter
who are recreating at Sulphur
Springs I. T
\ Miss Clara B. Bixley, of Ohio,
y principal of Baylor Female
)fl , at Belton, visited the
C< ir.f Kcv- E.E.King this
Eld. Clinkenbeard of Melissa
preached at the Christian church
in this oity Sunday morning and
evening in the absence of its pas-
tor Eld. R. R. Hamlin who is
lolding a meeting at his church
Rev. Levi Dunn closed a suc-
cessful series of meetings at Long
\cck Baptist church Sunday. He
Baptised 17 Sunday morning in
the Princeton gin tank. Rev.
Dunn will commence a meeting
at Altoga the third Sunday in
W, D. Goodnight, of Terrell,
organizer of the Farmers' Mutual
Fire, Wind and Lightning Asso-
ciation of Collin County, paid
The Democrat office a business
visit Friday. He informed us
that ho would soon organise Gray
Best is cheapest in the long
run but you think it costs the
most thats whySherwm Williams
Paint is the best it cost most anc
The board of trustees of the
Public Library Association of Mc-
Kinney met Friday night in the
Y. M. C. A. hall and effected
permanent organization with the
following officers elected:
Mrs Ben Boydston, Pres.,
E. W. Kirkpatrick Vice Pres.,
Miss Mamie Dowell, Rec. Secy.
Miss Emma King, Cor. Secy.,
Mrs Cliff Emerson, Trcas.,
The board of trustees consist of
eight gentlemen and eight ladies,
half to be elected annually. The
members elected are:
E. W. Kirkpatrick, J. C. Rhea,
John S. Heard, J. L. Greer, J.
M. Pearson, J. L. White, T. F.
Maugum, Jesse Shain; Mesdames
Cliff Emerson, J. L. Lovejoy, T.
W. Wiley, M. II. Garnett, Ben
Boydston, E. L. Burton, Misses
Mamie Dowell and Emma King.
Among the Winners.
The following Collin county
citizens were winners in drawing
at El Reno and Lawton:
John H. Bonner, McKinney,
Sterling P. Coffey, "
M. T. Cleveland, "
W. J. Robertson, "
James G. Williams, "
Hugh L. Kirkpatrick, "
Dr. W. B. Hunn,
W. P. Crutcher, "
C. F. Scott'
John R. Black, 44
Eli H. Hayes, "
Jjhn E. Hankel, "
Will P. Griffith, Fayburg,
Henry Wilson. Westminster,
E. E. Stockton, Farmersville,
W. J. Hurley, Frankford,
S. J. McGowan, Pike.
this county, had his barn damaged
by lightning July 31. He its a
policy holder in the Farmers' Mu-
tual Fire, Wind and Lightning
Association of Collin county. It
was the first loss in this associa-
tion which was organized June 8
and now carries nearly $200,000
insurance. The loss is being ad-
justed and will be settled at once.
To Those Interested-
W. S. Ten-eft F. P. B.
W. C. Gcrnsli, O. B.
C. W. Goodin, O. S.
R. G. Love, T B.
Cliff Barnes, B. I.
Harvey Abernathy, B. O.
Dr E. B. English D. B.
This order was founded at Min-
eral Wells about two months ago
and is rapidly growing, there be-
ing over two thousand members.
Permits to Pair.
All interested are requested to
meet and assist in cleaning off the
Williams Graveyard, 4 miles west
of McKinney, Thursday, August
15. Let everyone attend and
help in this duty we owe to the
memory of our beloved dead.
E. W. Kirkpatrick,
Notorious Negro. Escaped.
is cheapest because it wears long-
est, looks best, covers most, fur
measure. Sold and warranter
for more than ten years at—City
A notorious negro, wanted in
Freestone county for forgery, and
at Weston for bigamy, eluded ar-
rest at the latter place Saturday
morning by escaping through a
cornfield into East Fork bottom.
Sovcral ineffectual shots were
fired at him.
Rainfall in July as recorded by
C. B. Moore, 6 miles north of
July 5 .8750 in.
•• 14 '« .5000 "
" 2« 1 '4 1.2500 •«
«• 31 VA 1.1250 "
Issued by County Clerk Pat
Moulden at McKinney since our
James A Wisdom and Miss
Mary A Gibbs.
Wylie Hackler and Misj Mamie
T M Campbell and Miss Maude
J Ar Nelson and Miss Stella
J W Durham and Miss Bo-
John Crouch and Miss Allic
Verdict for Plaintiff.
A verdict for $400 was rendered
Saturday, in tavor of plaintiff in
the damage suit of Noah L. Ilcn
dricks against the Western Union
Telegraph Company. At a form-
er trial Mr. Hendricks secured a
$700 verdict but the court of ap-
peals reversed and remanded the
case for another trial.
We Can Plow More Land
with the single Canton Disc than any other single disc plow oil the
market, and we can do as much work with our single disc as our
competitors can do with their double, and we guarantee to do
better work than can possibly be done with any disc plow not having
a cutter. It will lie to your interest to sec the Canton before select-
ing a plow, as wo can do more and better work than any other, be-
sides our plow has less cast and more steel in its construction than
any other. Come and sec our plow and give it a trial; it is guaran-
teed to give you satisfaction. >Ve also have a car of
HAY TIES, which we are selling at R0CK-B0TT0M PRICES.
We carry a full line of Bain and O'Brien Wagons, Buggies,
Carriages. Road Wagons, and vehicles of all kinds. See our line
before buying. We are also headquarters for Hay Presses, Mowers,
Hakes, and haying machinery of all kinds. \Ve also carry a full line
of Stoves, Tinware, etc. Call and see us when in town. We shall
bo glad to see you, no matter whether you buy goods of us or not.
Parlln 6c Orendorff Co.
Total 3X 3.7500 ina.
Keep Your Bowels Strong.
Constipation or diarrhoea when
your bowels are out of order. Cas-
carets Candy Cathartic will make
them act naturally. Genuine tablets
stamped C. C. C. Never sold in
bulk. All druggists, toe.
m ■ m
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure. E.
W. Grove's signature ch box. 25c.
Don't leoomo Diseouragotf,
But use Simmons' Liver Purifier
(tin box.) Many imitations of
the original, so be careful and sec
that it's "Purifier" and manufac-
ured by the A. C. Simmons Jr.
Wagon paint and buggy paint
at—City Drug Store.
To those who wait, oven now
and then aches and pains, rheu-
matism, Catarrh, neuralgia, and
everything that hurts. Hunt's
Lightning Oil keeps off every-
thing except old age and death.
Try it 25 and 50 cents. Satis-
faction or money refunded.
For Cattle Theft.
One mahogany upright piano
string unison full iron frame,
(| L — ,
b, ivory keys, good as new,
J. T. Couch.
• The KMYnHmJ
Constable G. F. Dixson, of
Blue Ridge, brought P. B. Good-
man in, Saturday, whom he ar-
rested on a charge of cattle theft.
The prisoner waived his examin-
ing trial and in default of bond
was lodged in jail.
Tbli aigafttnr* 1* on every bos of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tsb^
It Drowns The Thirst.
When you have a genuine, old-fashioned, nine-
ty-in-tfic-shade thirst, come in and quench it with
a glass of our Orangeade. This h a long,
solid, cold, delicious, refreshing beverage that
goes right to the spot—and downs it.
Vou will never tire of Orangeade. There is
nothing quite so good in this line of solid drinks.
You can drink it freely, no matter how heated
you are, a favorite with cyclists, it rests, refresh-
es and strengthens.
EAST SHE SQUME.
mm ■ ~ ^ 9 ™
Prickly heat and foot powder
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Thompson, F. C. The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 8, 1901, newspaper, August 8, 1901; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth192081/m1/3/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.