The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 1, 1903 Page: 3 of 12
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THE McKlNNEY DEMOCRAT
W. S. Knight's Great Loom End Sale
Sale Opens Friday Morning, Oct. 2,8 o'clock and Closes Satorday Night, Oct. 17, at 10 O'clock.
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5000 yards Standard Prints, all colors, regular
Erice 5c per vard, Ql
00111 End Price 02
5000 yards of Prints, best quality 5c goods, light
and dark Indigo blues, reds, black and cardinal,
manufacturer's short lengths, Ql
Loom End Price per yard 02
1000 yards 30 inch blue figuied percals, excellent
values at 10 and 12 l-2c, |%|
Loom End Price 02
2000 yards manufacturer's short lengths of fancy
Erints, regular 5c goods, Ql
ioouq Eud Price 02
Yard wide bleached Domestic, worth 6 l-2c any-
where on earth, Loom End Price of short Eg
Yard wide Bleached Cambric, 10c value any-
where, manufacturer's short lengths,
Per yard | 2
2000 yards Amoskeag A C A Feather Ticking,
worth 15c, Loom End Pi ice |
Per yard | £Jl
1000 yards manufacturer's short lengths Straw
Ticking, worth 7 1-2 and 8 l-3c per yard,
Loom End Price QC
1000 yards fancy Silkolines in short lengths from
2 to 10 yds, worth 12 1-2 and 15c per yard, £|
Mill End Price Q4
3000 yards fancy checked and striped Flanneletts
and Outing, regular 7 l-2c, p
Mill End Sale Price QC
1000 yards Teazledowns, fancy stripes 10c goods,
our loom end price of short lengths f% |
1000 yards of Teazledowns, solid colors, manu-
facturer's short longths, regular 10c quality, |j
Loom end price per yard Q
2000 vards AFC Ginghams short lengths, splen-
did 10c value*, our loom end price, q_
per yard Qw
2000 yards exti a heavy brown domestic, weight
3 yards to the pound, worth 7c per yard, ■
all manufacturer's short lengths loom price..QG
T)00 yards all wool Eiderdown, mill end short
lengths, all colors, 35c quality, our loom
end price per yard
300 yards turkey red table damask, manufac-
turer's short lengths, worth 25c per yard, ■ p
Our loom end price per yard |Q
300 yards German half bleach table damask, all
linen, manufacturer's short longths, regulai 50c
qualitv, our loom end price,
per yard 20
Mill end short lengths of turkey red fable da-
mask, a regular 50c quality, 200 yards,
Loom end price per yard , ..
Short lengths of bleached table damask, worth
45c loom end price, f%f\
Per yard fcll
200 yards satines, solid colors, extra values,
short lengths, worth 20c per yard, ■
Loom end price per yard | Q
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE, MINNEY, TEXAS.
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Collin County Gleanings. |
Items From Adjacent Towns,
Villages and Communities of
a General Interest,
Burger, Sept. 28—The cotton
crop is lighter than it was thought
to be earlier.
The farmers are preparing to
sow wheat; the acreage will ex-
ceed that of last year.
Winfield Powers' new house is
J B Hancock of Fairview has
sold his farm to S. S. Savage of
Van Alstyne and has gone to the
plains to look out a location.
J E Philips who is a member
of the C P Church of Celina has
been elected delegate to the Pres-
bytery at Richardson, Oct. 15.
Mr. and Mrs. W P Roberts re-
turned home Saturday after a
short visit to their daughter, Mrs.
Smith Cunningham at Valley
Our school will not open for
several weeks, as most of tbe
•children are picking cotton.
vinky grove. •
Viney Grove, Sept. 28—Alight
ebower fell here this afternoon,
and we hope it will continue until
land is so dry it can't be planted,
and it is impossible to sow wheat
until it rains.
Ike Hipp of near Princeton
visited his brother Jim Hipp,
Jim Chaftin was in McKinney
Miss Cora Caldwell of Climax
and S H Housman of Long Neca;
were in our community last week.
Rev. Dilbeck of Fannin county
delivered a sermon here last
Thursday night. He is now as-
sisting in a series of meetings at
Frank Shelton and sister were
in McKinney Saturday.
Farmers are picking cotton,
and report it tbe shortest crop in
several years. Some have picked
their cotton the third time—think
they will not get over a quarter
bale per acre.
All who have gathered corn
report the yield good.
Joe Chappin was in Altoga
Rev. Cirk and Miss Ada Loony
of Prinoeton were here Sunday.
series of meetings here. Several
have joined the church and one
baptism Sunday afternoon at Ho-
Billie Watkins and wife are re-
joicing over the arrival of their
tirst born—a baby boy.
Misses Maria Kerr and Carrie
Talkington, who are attending the
McKinney Training school, spent
Saturday and Sunday with home
Miss Christelle Forsythe of
McKinney visited Miss Lena
Horu the latter part of last week.
Little Frank Bell is nnmbered
among the sick.
Corn gathering and cotton pick-
ing are the chief occupations of
our farmers. Plowing has been
about suspended until it rains.
Mrs. Lee Talkington and daugh-
ters, Miss Florence, and Mrs.
Walter B. Wilson, of McKinney,
visited their sick son and biother,
Nat Talkington, here yesterday.
John Darnall and wife visited
the families of J R Horn and Jas
Scott here recently.
Miss Neal of McKinney visited
the Misses Burrus last week.
Roll Horn and Walter Scott
both had the misfortune of get-
ting their buggies smashed up
Sunday evening and night.
Eli Horn is having extensive
additions built to his residence.
L L Elliont and wife visited
relatives here Sunday. Miss Hat-
tie Horn came out with them.
M i8s Vera Horn has entered
school in Bonham,
ers are busy gathering their cot-
ton and corn. Some are through
gatheiing corn and report it very
The Collin county camp No. 1,
road hands, aro in our midst mak-
ing some needed improvements.
A rain is falling today which is
making many glad.
Prof. W T Turner of Copeviile
was in our community Friday.
Mrs. Cunningham and Master
Gault Simpson are among the
sick this week.
Miss Lucy Bailey and Mother,
are at home ag tin, after several
weeks' stay in McKinney.
Mrs. Lillie McDowell and cbil-
dren. Thelma and Ben, are visit-
ing at J C Turner's.
T D Simpson went to McKin-
Miss Cora Caldwell was here
last week working for the new
Baptist church at Climax.
Franklin, Sept. 28.—David A
Lewis made a business trip to
May Pearl, Ellis county, Sunday
und returned Tuesday.
A horse ran away with little
Oscar Lewis, the 12-year-old son
of D A Lewis, throwing htm
against the fence, but not hurting
Mrs Addie Burge has returned
home from the Nation.
Mrs X P Payne visited Mrs Ol-
lie Tucker, of Vineland, last
Sam and Elbert Baxter are
making molasses this week.
Johnnie Thomasson of Weston
is in this neighborhood picking
cotton for .J E Norton of this
Ed Norton went to Celina Sat-
urday with a load of cotton.
Floyd 1 learn of McKinney is
visiting his uncle, Jim Duncan, of
Sam Lemons and wife enter-
tained a small crowd of young
people Monday night. Every-
body reports a pleasant time.
I P Payne is still on the sick
list, but is up.
Clyde Burge is not any better
at this writing,
Oscar and Earl Lewis went to
Mrs. Mollie Payne is on tbe
Jim Geeen has bought a place
in Ellis county and will move to
it this fall. We regret to see
D W Leigh was in our midst
last Tuesday and Wednesday.
I P Payne went to McKinney
Mrs J E Norton visited Mrs
Mesdames N'eely and Franklin
visited Mrs Payne Friday.
Lucas, Sept. 27.—Our farmers
are real busy gathering corn and
picking cotton. Corn is making
a fair yield, but cotton is not as
good as we thought for at the be-
ginning, but U linting well.
Dr Morrow was taken violently
sick a few days ago but is better
now. Drs Coffey, Boorman and
Blythe are his physicians.
Rev H M Cosby has Just re-
the groui thoroughly saturat-
ed. The farmers are smiling oooe
more—they think they will be
able to sow wheat soon. Tne
Longneok, Sept. 28—The farm
turned from Lebanon where he
'jas been to sing for the meeting
conducted by Rev D L Coales of
Allen and Rev T E Bowman of
Lebanon. Ho reports fifty con-
versions and nearly as many addi-
tions to the M E Church South.
Born to Lee Cook and wife an
Mrs Lura McKinney of McKin-
ney is at ihe bedside of her sick
brother, Dr Morrow.
Davie Pliarr, Jr, returned this
morning from Hopkins county
where he has been for some time
working for J P Moirow.
Rev W T Newsome has been
nailed to the pastorate of the
Willow Springs Baptist church
for another year.
R E Morrow (Uncle Rufe) has
rented land in Hopkins county
and will soon move to it.
Arthur England left this week
for Amanllo, Texas, where he
goes in search of health.
Waldo Cantrell and family will
move west this fall.
Mrs Laura Snider of Brady,
Tex, is visiting her mother, Mrs
M J Sueed.
The stockholders in the Patton
Singing Normal met a few days
ago and elected the following
officers: J M Gallagher, presi-
dent; Walter Williams, secretary;
and J W Smith, treasurer.
Rev W T Newsome is adding
another room to his residence.
J C Bowman and wife and
daughter Miss Maud visited their
son and brother, Rev T Ed Bow-
man, of Lebanon, a few days agow
Wan ed six cords of good wood
Enquire at this offioe.
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Thompson, F. C. The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 1, 1903, newspaper, October 1, 1903; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth192192/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.