The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 12, 1899 Page: 1 of 6
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IKT1B1D AT THI POSTOFFICl AS BBCQWD GLASS MAIL MATTBB
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1 McKinney, Texas. S
McKINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12,18"9.
ii'i ' . i'...;-
ttav&0een Verf Gobd
But We want to Double
^ Never before in ttie history of McKinney have goods bcei offered as cxheap as I we
no#a|fei?them. "jMr. Kaight will leave for market again in t#o weeks mml We
Jtrnve room. ■w*'" vVw< u Jk- ■*
WOOLEN DB ESS QOODS.
10 pieces half woolen dres* goods, worth
10c, our price * 6i
8 p eeo* double width half-wool tires*
. 7c|iro< dn. worth 15c a yard for 10c
length 7 l-2o bleached 12 pieces of bn|f wool brocaded dreso
dress flannelette, 10c
>r, .7 l-2c
s double width 10c dresn good*
'2fl piecee of short
lestic for .....,.5c|go
bolt* of 5c blear bed domestic at 4c 15 pieces of 25c wide Henrietta, 18c than any ntoro in McKinney. Our slioe
10 bolts drees percale, only 5c per yard Extra quality 35c Henriettas, our price 25c
Calux^ worth 5c, oar price 3 1-2c See oar line ot all wool Henrietta serges
JMmrtiaU, 5c foods .it....><.3 1 Jc worth 75c, for. 50* a yard
/■tiP® I'vP °ice8* 7° Cali^ies... .4^-2c Beet value* in MgKinney in Mack dressI - Men'i and boy# clothing opened Isst
.Checked Gingham, 0 1-4 grade for,... , 4«|g;oods, 50u, 75c, $1.00 and 1.315 a yard. month—about $<000.00 worth.
utilul One ladies Shoes for $2 to 2 50
Men's 1.50 shoes* for. <1 - 8ft
Beautiful lin* Men's Up-to-date Shoes
; .. 1.2,5C
Lading 2.00 Kid Shoes 1 $0
Children's t-hoes.i 25c to 1.00
Splendid line school shoes cheat
e in McKinney. Our
stock is one of our very strongcat lines.
Men's and Boys Clothing.
We Want To Double Our Trade During October.
,10 pieces of 7c dress Ginghams ,5e Black Crepon wo&fc 40c,~ot;r price
shirts ft.00 to 6.00 f0r*'."
Very l*rge honey comb towel, $0c grarte
'tor only 10c a pair.. * 5c each
'Wido bleached table linen, 90c grade, 80c
iTowel Crash only .3 1-ic yd
•Very large Turkfah towel 40c grade.. .85c
[Heavy <bleached linen ^rash, 7c grsde, 5c
oJLJJJLrifi. Iranian flannel, our
"price per y rd. .4c
H*vy ysrd wide brown domestic 4f yd.
[Heavy red twilled flannel worth fOc
kovely black Crepon
Beautiful line black ailks>^5c, 75c and
MxOO a yard
Good line waist silk*, $1.00t$> 3.00
..patterns of 4 yard*.
Nicest line of dress braids and linings in 5.^0 a suit.
It the price.
McKJnney u lie n _
FulTline of iili • and
Med's solid Calf Hhoes worth 125 for 1.00
•for. • • • •• * 11 ♦«.. .18 l«|eOur $1-50 Men'f Shoes, other atores get
-Better grade red Flannel:... 80c and 85olW.00 to , a,$0.
We have a much better class of Goods
Than ever carried by us before *Qd will greatly appreciate a visit from vou. We are
always anxious to wait on you whether or not you wish to buy.
- ~w~*TMES AT DEJHSON, NoKIMlEY, GAINESVILLE AND EMUS.
V )r " v
i ^ - The Cash Leader^
M'KlNLCY AND HKYAN MCfiT.
P^el <'S«t<lMtatM far PmiiSenc
'-^r ¥ aeN«-€s'snwi gw tv
elMi|WI Nfeet<M|(4. ■
Racalvas at TM Stata Mr imt Its SwInS
AM Poultry. i
-<'«nton, 411., <>et,"H.r-rTlns wa«
l^jKinley and RrysfW day at the
^Pifeton stste fair and the city was
overcrowded with strangers, it
feeing estimated that 20,000 peo-
ftlf were in attendance. ' .
Wr. Bryan ai rived here from
©kuk, la., at* 10 oV|i>ck this
rniog and held a reception un-
«n<wn at jUie home of. P. W.
Gallagher. When President Mo-
Kinley arrived at 1:10 p. m. he
was escorted to a platform which
Uad been Constructed near the
j four so*s over one
Mr. Bryan and members of the ^e«r* 8jDK^'t<ja, Srst.
>ow with litter of her own pigs
reception committee were in wait- i under six month, not leas than
Our riicir agricultural eounly
ban other things t« boastbe- j.
aidcj. th« variety, HbiH^danee -and f
4uslit^' -tof, tl e products of itw
blnck waxy soi„ Iia live stock, i
Swine and poultry breeding are
fu t forgingTtto^tire front among j
the most important and leading
counties of the atate. This is at-
tested by the following awards of
of premiums at the state fair ia
the swine and poultry depart-1
ments: ' -r~—t- . • - ' . , .
Poland China.boar one year and
under, H. E. Singleton of Mc-
Kinney first premium.
Sow two years ami ov*r, H. &. j
Singleton, Aral. '■ - .? „'^r"
Sow one year and under, fl. E.
Hoar and four of his get, H. E.
Sow any age, 11. E. Singleton* '
Men's heavp California suits, worth 12.50
«• . r v« 8.50
Men's black cheviot suits, $12. goods, 9.00
clay wotsted, out
McKinney for 3 50, 4.00 and
Bay* knee vait for..
Boys 1.50 knee suits for....
EYERYBODY.ly^ih,;00^ "Uiu for
,.. 8.5dii> 6*00
Splendid lin< Men'* Shirts, Tie* and
other Kurnisldng Goods. Call and see
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE,
Lioeose to wed issued by Conn-
ty Clerk Moulden, McKinney,
TMm *1** eu/ last report i
Albert Brown and Miss Martha
U. Smith. •
A II Connor nod Misa Kmma
T K C
Omen MeQoenj snd Miss Ada-
. J A Turner and Miss Martha E
^4 If and Misa Atma Mo-
and Miss M F
|^ee ^qaton end Miss H*rah
and Miss Onie A us-
. _ - r. *a-. —
iia. T * >-
Ira Sexton and Mies A A Mc-
a H Wileoa aad Miss Georgia
Chat man. ".
4 B an<^ M|ss ^ddie
bert Mill Stent d
Wileon «rrt®lf * 1
I Wine of Cardui
John Hodge snd Miss Fannis
Geone Stubblefleld sod Miss
Gran villa Lively and Mrs. An-
nie L Nil.
it acua am. Mweinsta^'
She Protests Against the Seetfag ot
Coeerer« ae Bohsrts—Weali
Vlelats Noma Sanctity.
tional ially Saturday
TO ewes LA
IS TWO SAYS.
Tske Leastive Bromo (Quinine
Tablets. All druggist** refund the
money if it fails to curs. E. W.
Grove's signature on each box.
W. B. Frsoklin, esteemed
friend of Tita Qkmqcsat, wss a
caller at our oflics SsUttUy. ||s
resides annfreest of Allik ||e
bss gathered hh oom which made
40 bushels per acre, and picked
eight hales off tweoty scree of
cotton. Mr. Franklin ssya thM
is the esrliest date he ever finish-
ed picking his cotton crop.
Prof. Wsltei D.
teacher, was 1 oai
Monday. He (afonqiKl uvl^et
hie school wo^ld opea ia a week
from that date.
uM Siiff Chei
ller at our oaice
M Mrs, 8* K. Bristol and little
daughter, Virginia, arrived from
Missouri today where Utsy have
fceen spending ike summer and
Wm. pucker and J. A, Lacy
h«d been on a
to relatives at
hperdsd tbe train hen
morning for their home
ieed, T*nn, Th9j
two weeks' visit
New York, Oct. 6.—The Amer-
ican Femsle Gusrdisn aociety to-
day adopted resolutions which
were reed by Misa Helen Miller
Gould opposing the scsting of
CongressmsD-elect Roberts of
Utah snd charscterixing hi* prac-
tice of polygamy as no attaok on
ths sanctity of home life,
Miss Gould ssys.
1 am glad to hsve sn opportu-
nity to protest against the seating
in congress of s man who advo-
cates and practices polygamy. Our
country nae been noted in the
paat for beauty of its home life
and the chivalry and
shown by man to woman,
It would be aad Indeed to see
n man who *Uft<fti for the orien-
tal harem sested among our law-
mefcsrsr i earneatty h<H>e thai
men will write their congressmen
urging them to rise in protest
against Mr. Roberts being sested
wheo congress meets.
sddre^scKl hr County Supt- Erwin,
Judge Faulkner and Countv At-
torney I lug baton of this city.
The Chsmbersville braaa hgi^d
furnished ths mu«ic fir the oc-
casion which was quite a success.
Pcof. Smith is the t sac her at that
place and also band leader.
ACCXTS SOT MCBSSAXY.
If you need n
.od w ot«
teacher, writ* to
. W, Lacy brought
Altoft to the depo*.
and Veeter JEfaMMase,
so? Deputy Sheriff Hendricks
aad Homer Martia of Melisss,
hsve enlisted in the army and
been assimsed to the 40th rafi*
ment at Ft, Riley, Kan,, for ser-
vice, The Inner la a son of
Martin, The 40th regiment it
scheduled to begin- Its march Ma*
nilaward about the first of next
J. Thompson's square
round bale aad J.
plaate, of ^ this citt. t hath
csught fire about anoa oatordsr
ClalsM Osa ks Uwksi bj tks
Austin, Tex., Oct. 6.—The foU
lowing letteV is self-explaoator> :
By reeding the letter It wilt t*
seen that "agents" can not pu*b
pensioa claims, but that by dssl-
ing direct with the comptroller
progiees can he had.
Comptroller's Office, Austin,
Tel., Oct 6.—C. P. Albea, Esq.,
Waco, Texas.: Dear sir—Re-
plying to vour favor of the 5th
instant witV respect to the col
lection of confederate pension
olaims, I beg to say, when the
quarterly affidavit in Bled ia this
office, as reqtjjjjred by law warrant
on the state treasury In favor of
the pensioner for the gAidunt ap-
portioned him of her v ill he i-
sued and mailed direct to the pen-
sioner unless otherwise direct* I.
Thee© warrants are payable up. n
presentation at the state treasu ■ y
aad ahoiiM therefore be cmshtd
by any ntsrehant or hanker in M -
in the IV
but their set
tie without cost tor the penn)' <
other than the asnal exehang \
Quarterly affidavits when ma«i-
■ ed direct to thif office will receive
from destrneiUi4 « prompt attention as when pr-
of their employ. • *oted tn person or by an agent
I hops to be able lo make the
first apportionment aad
drawing srarraiitrt* foment t >
October quarter nhont the
Lowery 0a Maze
e were not need-
reached the plant.
nil si TSEIf
sri'1^ >■ 3v<saaB—|
five lnnuinber, owned by exhib-
itor,E. Singleton, second.
L. L. Erwin of Little Elm, just
over the, Collin line, in Denton,
was second competitor of Mr.
Singleton in the Poland China
No premiums in the Berkshire
or Essex breeds came to Collin
which is probsbly due to the fact
that it hss very few, if any, hog
raisers of those -varieties in its
bounds. Our swine producers
are nearly all partial to the
- BASHED PLYMOUTH lOCKK.
Fowls, first and second prem-
former rivsls of 'W,!iuilw* ^ A- Davis, Merit; efiicks,
fiist and second, R. A. Davis;
cocks, R. A, Davis, firat; cocker-
el, first snd second, R. A. Davis;
hen, J. S. Dowell, of MoKinney,
first; R. A. Davis, second; pal*
lets, first and second, R. A. Da-
vis; pen, first and secood, R. A.
WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCKS.
ing upon the platform, snd Mr. '
liryan was one of the first to j
grasp the president's hand.
President McKinley made a
five mionte talk and then depart-
ed for Peoria. When the prcsi-
lent 'concluded his addrrati- he
lieeriily grasped Mr. Biran's out-
"Good-bye Mr. President,"
«*id Mr. Bryan and the president
e&poaded with a nod of farewell.
This closed the short meeting
a* the presidential train left im-
mediately. Mr. Brjan delivered
his sddress after the depaiture of
the prealdent. lie spoke for two
houra ia the public perk and was
given the, utmost sttention of
of sit bis hearers. He denounced
the imperis)i tic policy of the
pitmen* administration and de-
clared the republican party of to-
dsy was abtytbo republican party
of Lincoln's time.
He declared that the republi-
can part jr foatered trust#, more of
tbeui having been orgsniaqd the
pest two jp«rs than sver before in
the history of the country. IIs
the people had voted differently
in lMiei there would not now bo
so man.) tru t*. .Mr. Rryan de-
clared in favor of the Chicago
platform and free coinage of sil-
ver st the ratio of 16 to 1 and
waa frequently interrupted by
the applause of the sssembled
Mr. Brysn's itenerary for his
Ohio ain>earanees has been com-
pleted and for the three days he
is to t*> in the state be will be ex-
Br>an will finish his Kentucky
trip st ( ovington on the night of
Made from Grape Cream of
Tartar, and AbsolutelyPure
" •. ■ • . r \&
IBfbest award, Chicago World's Fair.
Highest tests by U* S Govt Chemists* ..
fans SAKwa sownss oa,
Fowls. R. A.r Davis, first;,
chicks, A. J. Gunalrvam, of Eru-
dia, first; cock, &. A. Davia^
first; cockerel, A. J Gunstream,
firat; hen, R. A. Davis, first; pen,
A. J. Gunatream, first.
aiLvaa wrawixy ii.
J C B Moore and wife to John
Blankenahip, lot in McKinney
W D Hoard et el to Hearv
Mr*ats, Ha, H P Horton sur, $180.
J M Ingram and wife to G W
Homer, 70s, H P Horton sur,
G W Homer and wife to G W
Hill and W H Moats 70a, H PI
Horton sur, $1550:
G W Homer and wife to Hoard
& Lively, Ha, HP Horton sur,
J G Williams to E L Williams,
lot in Blue Ridge $15o.
C E Doss snd wife to J G Wil*
lis ins, lot in Blue Ridge, $50.
S T Hicks to L. M Payns, lot
in Josephine $500^.
Dr B B Robison aad wife to L
M Psvne storehouse lot in Joso-
J W Warden and wife to J B
Chicks, firat ami eecowd, ft A.
Davis; cockerel, firat and second,
R. A. Davis; ben, first and second
R. A. Davis; pea, first end sec-
ond, R. A. Davis.
Pullet, R. A. Davis, second;
|s n, 5. A. Davis, second.
(/hicka, kv A. Davis, first;
cockerel, R. A: Da via, first; pul-
leta, first snd necond, R. A. Da-
Fowls, R. A. Davis, first;
'chicks, R. A. Davis, first; e^ck,
| R. A. Davis, second; cockerel, ^.
I A. l>Svis, first; hen, R. A. Devise
1 secood; pen, R. A. Davis, second;
HLACR LA NO a If Airs.
Pen, H. E. Singleton, secood.
H. E. Stngletm, ftrst.
est snd Best Displmr of
iora. R. A.
Under the new laws the follow-
ing persons are eieffipt from jnry
AU ci\il officers of tWs
sod of the I'nited States.
All overseers of roads.
All ministers of the gospel en-
gaged in the sctive diecharge of
their miuietfrial duties.
All physians and lawyers engag-
ed in solas I practice.
All publishers of newspspers,
firemen* sehoolmesters. druggists,
undertnkara, telegraph operators,
railroad Station agents, ferrymen
and all millers enjpged in grist
flouring ami saw-mills.
Texas Poultiy Exhibitors
Davie, of Merit, first.
While Mr. Devis doesn't re-
side in Collin, yet be resides neer
ths county line. Just over In
Hunt, sod ttclongx to our section,
which is proud of the distinction
brought it by virtue of his enter-
prise as a poultry man.
There era a number of- ottier
enthusiastic poultry and swine
breeders in the countv that sre
making money and acbfcviag dis
tioction in the business.
by the Quart
tsaassy masses was Wat esi wsia
siaisi esse earns. ~
Reel estate transfers filed for
record ia the Cooaty Clerk's of-
fice et McKinney, Tel., since our
J R Brown et ui to J B Ganna-
dv, 70a, D Vea Winkle ear, $2100
GM Watts and wife to W M
Perfy, 8^5a, Wm Davis sur $850.
G L Duncan to A H Wilson,
84 a, M Hart sur, $8000.
E T Brown sn4 J W Bees to
W M Brown 45a, M R Robert
sur $900. t
T Abel and wife to M P ScoU
R Roberts sur, ItfOt
Carpenter and wifsto Burt
BKlarpsnter, 151* a, HcKjnn y
and W\illiams sur, $8000. - r
J A Bernett and wife to R A
lote at Princeton, $4000.
Wilbank, 100a. N MiUhoJI *ur,
Jonathan Grayum to W M
Franklin, 32 76-100 a, W D Bur-
ma, sur, $888.09.
A C Worsnam et axto Mil
Mertfn, Tot" Tn MoKinney,
W D Smith end wife to L H
end W C Edds, 35 e, B Oliver sur
J W Pafford and wife to J C
Williams, lot in MoKinaey, $1300
J W Lang ley and wife to F M
Hancock, la ——- sur $300.
A R Turner snd husband to J
T Lacey, lot in Farnsersville,
J N Baccu* and wife to 11 aad
L I Baccus, undivided H in 180 *4
a, H Cook sur, $500.
J L Keen to Mrn. Leoora M« -
Mshan, int in two tracts. $W.
W F Boyd to J L Rees(« undi-
vided int in 2 tract*, $190.
A A Csrrv^to J L Reese rtl*e,
B M Carr sdr. $35.
W M Patterson and wife to J
L ttsea, 6l4S. B M Carr sur, $45.
J H Crenshaw and wife to C C
Daugherty int in tract in W A 8
Bohannen sur, $>*).
..XE Sellers to J S Helms and B
£ Corner, lot in Weston $300.
P Tllays t<*C D Hays, uodi-
vided int in 2 loth ia Wvlie $350.
Mrs E S Fitaaperald to Miss
Clay Haggard, 3a. u ■ sur,
M 1 Davis and wife t<> ft L Da-
vis. eichenge of Isnd.
P B Muss snd wife to J W
Largent, "2 lots in McKinnsy
8 H Abbott snd wifs to R D
Caldwell J#s, D Van Winkle sur,
Otto IliHlgecoie to Hsrriet F
Bush, 10s, O Hedgecoxe sur, $100
Wallace et al to A
Thompson, deed of correction.
-A C Thompson to> Fannie
Hatler, lot in McKinney $80fr. -
law VMw Ik* Ttai
I wandered to the etrena, John,
ast beneath the tent aad sawths asl
Cram Borase ..Ukewiss ths ■
gent. I beard the toothlesa list
while men tn spanfted clothes
fsartesaly Into their dses sad
thsoa iw the aesa. I saw the
slephant spout water through his
the salamander eaUag lead sed
■salted Junk. 1 heard ths uisaijr c
get ot the Jokee we assd to keew 1
we wara bojrs togather, Joha, ass
years ago. The aauna old harsaa
died round ths aame aid Uad sf
the aaiM old eomic vocalists p
that they coaMa't stag, the sam
hlppopotsmos was grunting vkh tie-
gnat, the bum old Farm
kicking up the dvat, the
rsond. sad the ss
was crawling on the ground,
rede barebacked ataeda to meale
asd alow—the aeaae old gtrls we
te aea anrne 30 y«
Sarwatl— m DlSk
A bu«j torrrnnieat clerk
In ss a r* nnr pi# foundry
hair hour aBotrr«l tba
pAa^eee f« r luncheon. There SSS
aaaay little tablea about, aad sack a
was stteovled to by sa sSee hw
stilus, who Sosted keek aad fls*
from s k n* counter that acted ee a
eert of a cnattng atntloa, ksdea et
apple daaiptlnga. devtled eraha, trt
aad eyetera aad other Snltar dahati
en faaalller tn iha cnttnnry lunahrae
"Hrtng ma s aandwleh add a glass sf
saUk." raited tba beay fwaiaasst
Man. Th# n*gro halted asmy eafl!
qwlekly returned wtth the lasM CseA
aad drink. Tba cVrt atowed aaray
the leaileo aandwleh aad floated It wtth
the laefteal geld.
"My cheek. In a Surry r he
Sn tba darky. The waiter palled CScfh
pod and peodt snd began to
ty laaaiWis wwtn
paper. Twice did ha
the wrlttag when hs
at the reentt and tear eg the hit ot ga-
aae. At the third attempt the eee-
The negro made
handed the clerk Iha check, sa WhMh
waa written, "One piece pH eaae saOL"
••Hare." aaid tba yeeag maa es he
lacked at the altp of gafSV^ **l dMn't
order pie." *
"I knew, ttoaa." replied the aheshsd
servant, "bnt pie and a.a
|ea' the same, an I eaa't
wioh'"- U'aahtngtoe Past
A SMALL SPOT
MOST VMLEIT GASES HAVE
APPEARED AT FIRST AS %
HOE, PWPUES. SJ
develop is to
ftess withtn—the hwt laatigs sf
Mr. Wat Ws
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