The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 4, 1900 Page: 3 of 6
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He*! Estate Transfers.
filed for record in the county
,e OCT. 4*
#&>*•«< to Dcllnqncsts
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The time of yew has arrived
When we are compelled to ask all
aro hi arrears on subsorip-
to TJh> Democrat to pay
is due. Please notaee the
10 thrmargiii of your paper
and if you are behind bend us
ftfte mpner by postoifice money
registered letter, hank
■ wanr- — ar zr4£~ ~t:T* *4tk
®rjl *v«*+■ f '?'A'•■?<&.•.
9-^*™^.-,-, ; retogctfully. ^
®^3H!r' ti «w «W lLBOm, '
^&te~^isssi "i "* jf--
fr: "• 3foa
nsion to pause at
seeou that water
ed |o go, aero,,
x seems mat inner is
always to be a stumbliog block'jhi
the Democratic pathway.—Glohs-
;, 1 Democrat. _
5 In thk itsio wa give an extewK-
ed writeup covering observations
of a trip to; Claude and surround*-
tag community in Armstrong
OOUQty, which is situated on the
'plains over 800 miles from Fort
$! Worth. ; Many of our Collin
fr epunty readers will- l^ely be in-
' 1 tertsted in the article as it has
something to say about ex-Coilin
oitisens as well jaunty in
The Annual Meeting of Truck
Growers is to be held tn Delias,
Oet 9. in Aaaeuvblj Uall on the
Ptfy Grounds. Muebgood can be
W accomplished by united action.
It is for os to "||jfjifl4tber
good shall be accomplished or
> , not. Every person in Texas en-
flg^edm diversification or hay inn
the good of th4 vaoae at heart
la respectfully invited to meet
with the*. An elaborate pro-
f| gfmn has liean prepared and the
J people of Dallas promise a royal
go 3d tine.
"Seeing is Believing.
Hood of the* 4om mm md ifmy tbo m
mw to tinf Mm probes. TKoro's nothing
ttm I Si tht wdd to pmHfy the blood.
ugh McClellan to J M Patera.
19a. Calvin Bolaa but. $410.
H L Ififflford et al to J L Moul-
den. 20 4-7a, L K Pogoes anr,
Mrs. II & Newman to C C and
B B Moore, int in lot in Piano,
Mrs. Lizzie Maltbie to J. J; and
A B Cockrell, lot in McKiunoy,
llOfc . * '
Grace and Richard Maltbie by
J' L Simpaon, guardian, to J J
nod A B CockreiK lot in McKin-
ney, $800. _ ;• ,
J S Atchison and wife to J L
Smith, 85 l-4a, gillie Rogers,
sur, $2560* •"' -S' ^ -J
TVLLevorettand wife to LC
Levett, 87 88-lOOa, S Pugh anr,
$8402.95. v ■ . t
T W laverelft and wife to D L
Box, 115ia, 8 Pu#ch aur, $8405.02.
Leverett and wife to A U
Carver, 149 86-100a, S Pagh sur,
T W Leverott aud wife to W B
Combee, lot In Nevada, $200. ~
•• A M Hill and wife to T H
Thompson, 102a, H B Tucker iur,
H Ruoker and wife to L
Cameron, 50a, Jes^MglifT sur,
$2840. ' .
X D Newaome to R C Kevins.
40a, Collin county school lands
:* X D Newsome to S H, Farris,
4$a. Collin county school lands,
D BHntcherson to E D Cocan-
aogber, 28 8-lOa, Spencer Bice
sur, $600, - ..' ' -:-x. ^
S D Heard and wife to J S
Heard, int in lot in McKinney,
3Wf ximi 4# 4 J ^Ul I
John L Simpson ~guardiau t
George MoCo^an. la. Wm Davi
W S Graham to H I^Grahsim
et al, 45a, Jas Inerarity silrj also
int. In old Du Graham place of
58a,'one-half mile N. _w.
W B Jean et al to WB Graham.
ln$ in 58a, W B Williams sur,
J M Kimsey to W S Graham,
45a, Jas Inerarity sur, $45. Quit
J S Heard and wife to S D
Heard, int. in lot in McKinney
I D Fowler to J F Lovel), int
til Iftln fWmersville, $150.
P WXHart and wife to J R Can-
trell, 26a, Jas Fisher sur, $650.
• G W Lovell and wife to A. B.
McKissick, H2ia, D J Jones sur.
$1200. ., v ^
EW Hickman toGW JLovell.
int in 82a, D J Jones aur, $1200.
1 D Fowler to J F Lovell, int in
86 l-5a, sur, $150.
J B Fowler to J F Lovell, 821a,
W B Williams sur. $991.80. 1
Jt YJFowlir. andwj feto to J F
Lovell. int in 2 tracts, $150.
H JB Hulse and wife to Jeff Lov-
ell 88 47-100a, D J Jones anr,
If S Harris and wife to J L
veil et al, *100a, D J Jones aur,
J F Lovell et al to T R and G
W Lovell, int in 185a, D J Jones
WB Lovell et al al to J F Lov-
ell, 17a. W B Williams sur.
Baafear Bolt to Wm Harris, 100; anr, $7*5
a, D J Jones snr, $400.
G W Lovell and wife to B W
HVokman, 82a, D J -Jones aur,
W Y Fowler to J B Fowler,
82 la. W B Williams, sur. 97S0.
P H Bounds and wife to W Y
Fowler. 80a, W B Williams aur.
Martin Bulwer and wife to P
H Bounds. 80s, W,fJUWilliams
sur, $800. :
G W Lovell and wife to A B
MoKiaaick, 82a, D J Jones sur,
h A K Johnson and wife to G F
Wilcox, 85a, M Mowury aur; 3 i,
W M Ryan snr,«$2800.
J H Watson and wife* to £ D
Glenn, 18 1 8a, J B Mousfer ur.
$25. :-r ' '.
JH Watson and wife to IS D
Glenn. 84|a, Martha Herron aur,
$1825. \ . ,
P"B Buckalow et uX to p B
Heed, 49a. D Cherry sur, $1825.
mm ▲ LAMB BACK
m evaryboAr, who wad> th
Is sur* to know of the won
KUomt > Swamp-Root,
the rr^at kklney, llvw
and bladder rcrnody. ■£
It Utbo froat modi*
oal triumph of the nlaa*
tcenth oentury; d
covered alter yean
Dr. KUmer, the
nent kidney and
der speclaMat. and If
wonderfully «ucpc«rful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou-
ble* and Bright'* Disease, which I* the worst'
form of kidney trouble. *
Dr. Kilmer s Swanp-Root Is not rao*
emmeitded for everything but tf you havektd"
ney, *ver or bladdsr trouble It will be found
""tre'-" fust the remedy you need. It has been tested
rarm- m so many ways, In hospital work. In private
t to prevent
Inirt - his
ing. In an attem
thumb very badly.
8. W. Huiler ban gathered live
bal«M of cotton off of seven and
half acres of land, and will
58s. W B
W S Graham,
W MAbernathy and WTBev >
ly toJ WAycock, 82 8 10a, d C
Nei^ aur, $1000. - i~
J G Barkham and wife to Chas
N Malone, lot in McKinney, $500.
11 86-100a. John Fitshu^h sur;
also diviaion 6 in town of Melissa.
P 8 Parker and wife to W D
Robbins, 25 84- 100a. John Gray
suri 18 91-100a, LP Turner sur;
1 94-100 John Gray sur; ia, Pet-
i many ways,
practice, among the helpless too poor to pto>
chaae relief and has proved eo successful ia
every case that a special arrangement hat
been made by which all leaders of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
' sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
- find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble,
When writing mention reading this
offer tn this pipw and
send your address to
* Dr. Kilmer & Co.,Bing-
i bamton, N. Y. This
fifty cent and
abas sift said by all good dmggleta
J D Hassell, int in 3 tracts, $200.
F H Lair to T H Smith and
Largent to W N Osburu. J D Hassell, int. tn 3 tracts, $200
! LR Lair to T M Smith and,
J D HasSell, int. in 8 tracts, $200
j Lallfi Lair to' T H Smith and
J D Hassell. int. in 3 tracts; $200.
j A L Lair to T H Smith and
! J D Hassell, int. in 8 tracts, $200.
> Willie Lair to T H 8mith and
! J D Hassell, int. in 8 tracts, $200.
i Wm T Horn to Chandler and
; McDonald, 100a. W T Horn aur.
J J H Ferguson et al to WW
M 8 and M B'Mets to E L Wil-1 Stiff. 19 8-4a, CalVin^Bolev surf
liams, 50a, E D L Moore sur, i $118.50.
er J Lowlis sur, $2000.
J S Cartwright et al R P Price,
80a, - —sur, $2000.
M O Whippa to Robt Jackson.
Isid awav in the Odd Fellows'
remtibry Thursday afternoon,
followed hither by a lar^e eop—
coutxi of ft tends hihI relative^
1'he spirit «>t thin vsinted mother
took its flight to the
*r two more liaie*. IK* Hrm w!*> f*v« it, Wedn^laj,
the Northeastern suburbs of September 26, at 9:15 o'clock p.
i m. A good woman has eon* to
n .k u jl.« l iL ti t reward. Boru in Granvilie
Bod Heiidriek, the well know A* f /iunfcv N p \4*ird*lt iya*L
six months and three d:i>«. iSJie
was married to ttev.,). C. Bum-
pass. March 18, 1857, and it U
the universal verdict that abe
made a good wife, dutiful motl^r
r^uibining ber noble Chriatisn
virtuee with frugality and iu lu*-
reporter that the Mtop crop
of bull frogs ia immense, and
that lie and Porter Hill invites
the Allen dporte over to shoot
them any olo day.
Tliaw, Sept. 20. ^
Jim Howard's. He is not ex-
fivStkins^ deadVer* ^ ^ * ^ Aljeo public school suspended
.. , * • f- . Ttw«<laj|r on aeoount of the pF«v-
thftr fa, .f f? Ti ^ aletice of scarlet fever. Dolph
their fatm situated 11 mileai w u ti r j ,f
north of the city to J/H. J&l^i hm ®rahwn a,rd L)r*
arils: Consideration 120 aaree, 1 each is s:>id to have the
$8800. v dreml disease in thtfr families.
| The (irund Secretary of the Ma- j — A
ton-* iiiformed 8am R. Hamilton,]
iOlr tbi* «ity, that he had reoeived.
Sept. 29, $18,000 for the bene-;
;Ut of the Jti«lvewt«-n flood suffer-^
Sarah Vaahti Haley et al to J S
H W Smith and wife to B F
Striplin and wife, 1-2 lot 20,
Howell's addition to Farmers-
E P Klng^to W M Wlndom, 2
lots in Far mora ville, $550.
J G Wmdom and wife t6 W M
Windom, lot in Farmeravllle.
Q W Neville and wife to Frank
M Wakefield, 2 lots in Josephine.
G W Neville and wife to Frank
M Wakefield, 2a in town of Ne*
I vada, $6500,'
! G W Neville and wife to Frank
M Wakefield, blk 12. Railroad
addition to Cityr of McKinney.
G W"Neville and wife, of Har-
ris county, Texas, to Frank M
Wakefield, of Dedham, Norfolk
ers. ~ r * 1
Capt. Sam K- Hamilton receiv-
ed a $J5 check Monday from a
small Masonic lo<lge froiu far
awav Wyoming to be forwarded
to the Oalve-ton' flo d s ifferers.
' Wa<le Holsonbake his bf*f(un
the construction of the ext«u ioii
to" his grocery store, which will
connect with the rear of his.new
brick facing on North Main
street. , L
! Wm. Vaughan, an enterprising
| merchant of Clinton, .Nio., is
visiting his brother, Hon. T. F.
Vaughan. He says Vsrinersville'
has taken £reat stride^ forward
since hi* visit four yeat* ago. (
The Masonic- lo<lge,. of this
city has remitted $50 to the (ial-
veston flood sufferers. In addi-
tion to this the Royal Arch chap-
ter has donated $25, making a.to*
W. M. Windom and wife to'county, Mass.. lot 19, blk. F,
ffrisabeth Windom. lot In Farm
era ville. $1 and other valuable
Fannie C. Hathaway to .Win-
dom and Pendleton, lot in Farm-
er sville. $1.00.
G W Smiley and wife to J E
Pbillipe. 100a. sur. 16, Collin Co.
School Land, $1500.
A C Lewie and wife to G M D
Williams. 100a, Wm Horn sur.
J F Shaw et al to R B
town of Farmeravllle, $8500.
51 85-lOOa, C B Rood aur. $1540.
S P Howie and wife to II O
Harnald, 20 85-100a, G Stark
Adrooate iaptaiabev t?.
O.' Z. Gullege and Tennell
Wright came in fr^m Smithflvld
Tarrant county, latt w«<ek,
J. H. Head and Jim Douglae*
have returned from Deaf Smith
county. The former purchased
Youutf, 1 two se<'tions « f the land, and th«*
Mi * Mattic (tray, whoie teach-
ing in the Allen public sch<N>|t
Sundayed at the r< unty «•« , j
Ola Lair to T H Smilh 10u 'U-lic «u.h inform. . that J.
J D IImmII. int. inS tr cU. #200 | f' youngrat
TU Smith and wile to J D brother of • Major Bu-b, m in
Hunll. Int. In 8 ttnot. In Jud-. V.T" *° * T'"" tb*
son Havne, ET Berry and Jotuts Major.
Whittaker sur. $1000. (Uigrky Wilk-r-on, I lie* depu-
J D Hassell et ux to Wm Wise- tv (HMtmaater at thi•« p'ar**, h>t
man, lOCk, N Haynel sur. $3105. Ifita gnu /i? off H| p U«-tlt.illv la t
GD Lair to T H Smith ami |Saturday in the bujld;
tal of . $75 for
Several of our
the funeral of
the Masons of
Mr. Burton at
day. He wai* a son-
in-law of J. T. Childress of this
city. Hisremsins were interred
bv the Floyd Odd Fellows at
llopewell graveyard. Peace to
his ashes •
Mr. -Tom L. Bailey and Miss
TdaHcam are announced to wed
next Tuoaday night at the resi-
dence of J>r, J. M. Andrew*.
They .will leave at mjee for tlie
Dallas Fa;r Mr. Uailev baa our
congratulatioHH upon the happy
event* and also our best wishes
for s long, rtuoretsful and happy
J. A. Hooper wax M*en nftn
I he burial of his son and to a re-
porter he expresm-d tin* belief
that Hilary was and bagged and
murdered, in I>allas. lie pays
while tlie health officer nays indi-
cation* are that he came to hie
death 'bv appoplexy, the police
balieve lie was murdered and
robbed. When found deCcaaed
had m'ither watch nor money.
The mortd remains «f Mr*.
li •} ster Bum pass were
I have two good
one 32 acres, and
farms for sale
one 95 acres
within h mile of school, church
P JA., U7 Mala St
Dollars do Double Duty
Change of Business Nov. 1st, 1900.:
TO OUR PRINDS AND CUSTOMERS: This firm will change on or about the 1st of November and in order to
reduce the big stock now on band ve have decided to make a
Prices on Our Entire
I have no longer a deputy
weigher at 4lm CoHiii county
Mill & Klevator Co.
; Grundy Hodgecoxe, ^ tt 8e-
wellr N: Mo, is looking after busi-
ness matters in this county. He
still owns a tine farm near Leb-
fsrais asd Tows Lets Tor Sale.
For Infanta and
slmflating toe food and Hctfula
ling the Stonodts and Bowels of
Kl i\iS ( Mil I > K I N
nessandftestCOfUakts nd flier
Kot Xaac otic .
A pcrfect Remedy forCoaatipa-
Wbrms Convulsions .Feverish
neas and LOSS or SLEEP.
ParSimts Signature of
If litis) S Jj ( I MS
[Tin KM Yoa Han
EXACT COPY Of W*Aff?CR.
•MTMM SOVMMY. M WW WW. )•
aud gin, good water, eood im-
provements and fine land. All
of the 32 acre tract in oulva-
tation. AH of 95 acre tract but
5 acres in culvation. Also some
desirable McKinuey residences
and building lots for sale at bar-
gains, liberal terms,
T. M. Hinsucy, Atty. at Law,
Office over Largentfftro*. McKin-
its new una
DeaYer-Northwest via BiHiigs.
The Burlinctoa's Denver-Northwest
Main Line was completed September
14th, it tape the Kansas City Billings
Line at Alliance, Neb, It le the short
Kae. Dsarsr to Helena, Spokane, and
the direct line to the entire Upper
Jo HOURS DF^VF.B TO BUTTF-HFLENA
48 HOIKS DENVER TO SPOKANE
o2 HOURS DENVER TO pliGET SQI Nl
This will be the main toweled road
for passengers xoinx vtf Denver to
Northern l%cii|c PginU
re nearer, Sceate Co*oro4o, Vtok
Pacific Coot. Two nest daily trains
from Kansas City, St, Joseph. Weak
ly California aacnasioes. personally
To tke Boot. Beet eqaipped trains
to Chicago and Sfr Louis.
fe she Merti Beat trains to Oma-
ha. St. Panl, Minneapolis
C L. BoecM, T
L. W. Wotely, Oen'l
St. Loais. Mo.
KowarO Elliottt General Manager
St. Joaeph. Mo
Why Betnaper and pai
your house don? The longer
you wait the more it will cost
■ •I Dol gnllHr i i '!'•
In All Painting Materials,
. AT THE ■ v«
City Drug Store'
R. E. BRISTOL, Pi op.
a. C. XXOTT.
0. w. nrrcmx
KNOTT & MITCHELL,
Lcadisg Btaduaiitb aad Nftd WorkiBen
Wagon.' Plow work, fad (ieneral Repairing. Horse shoeing a
Specialty by Q W. Mitchell. Prices raasoaahie. Patronage dT^e
farmers of Collia oonnty solicited, , ^
PERSOHN'S eUD STAHD,
wae first need by Dr. Char lee J. Moffett. a gradnaSe of
St Jefferson Medical College. Philadelphia. Pa.. ia Hags-
(I tensive and snccesefnl treatment of children la i
troubles incident to teething and the hot seminar.
▲ (Teething Powders) counteracts the effect of hot W
keeps the digestive organs in a healthy condition. and has sared the Uvea ot
thousands of ohildren la the doctor'$ native stale, where phye*
tiand all mothem give S and it ia crimUuU In asothers of oar i
their be bee and little children tn snffsr aSd perhaps T/>AfcL, |no'
die, when relief caa be eo eaailr obtained by giria| I wj^if||riQ«
ryifu nij M eMU itlngtoB,* am tdc is c. j. MoprBtT, w. u./it, is,
Commencing Monday, September 24.
This rale will B a clean cut sale ia order to reduce stock to save iovoftciof as much aa possible. We bav thf B.geat aad beet +ok of Men's Clothinff we have ever had. We carry a fall
line ef the celebrated Msgaet Children's aad Boys* Clothinff—do better made. Our stock of Dreas Goods is as completers can B found in McKinej. Our Shoe stock—by odefa the beet aad
larffeet yon will find ia McKiney—Mostly the Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co's goods. Our Capes are the neweet aad up-t-<laU. We have a line of Lediee Tailored Suite, the nicest make end
mim-OOB IHLLINKBTMEP'T., i* ffrsattHtds the tnffwt Thatiriffht^, the ttnaatffhd prettieet Hats to B fouod ia the eltj. C our Led lea $5.00 Half* this sale IS ftft.
See our I4.U0 Ladies Hats, this sale $9.Sft. ^ ,
S^O Ladies Bate, this Sale $1.45. ^Big Money to U.
CaHco. this sale e Setee*«•e•••e•••s 4c yd
yard wide It l-4te B. dom. sod Sea Island 4He
8,000 yards beet yard
<lj0OO yards beet.JMl wide 7e Bleaehdom
4,500 yards beet Uftbleached Cotton Flaone
1.500 yard 6 l*4c Cotton Chs-k" ........
H OX Daofc fol erttftf aelfe* eaaeee..
Sou yards * 1-ie
1800 yards yd wide best 12 l ie Percales, most sll striped 7 '«c
are the fine* Percales aad iold for IS 1-Sc,
S,000 yards Hgnred I.awna ami Domestic*, worth l&and
Wil sel at a piUifoll «omc of 7c a yard, being awl we
$15.00 Ladles Tailor made Suits, bine, brown aad army.
this sale • |8.50
ISO.OO Ladies Tailor made Waists, Silk lined, this site. 41S.00
50 Ladies black Capet, worth 11.00, this sale... * 50e
50 Ladies silk Capes, trimmed ia Lsoe. $4.00, this sale $1.50
50 Ladles plush capes, fur trimmed, worth $8.50 this tale$S.OO
50 Ladies plush oapea, for trimmed, worth MOthia saioiMO
S5 Ladies lifffet weiffht Jackets, worth $3.&q, this sale.
50 Ladies fine Jsekets worth 8.00 to 1*00, your choice, $5.00
MX) pr Men's tine worked Pani^. elegantly Uilored, in
, and al bright aad au goods and verry ijeeimbie.
" ■ ——
mm * "i|
designs worth $5 00, this sale $8.50
Shifts and drawers,
striped paUerae worth 50e, thie sale Sflt. They are Korkers.
25 Roll la Chiaa Matting, heavy quality, aaeorted pat-
terns, worth IS 1-Se this sale...". .iftc
300 pr Lsdies real fine 8hoes, gssorted toea, slightly nar-
row, aold for 8.00 and 2.50. Your choice for $1.50 to clear
' :J^ *"
100 pr Ladles Shoea aold for $1 OOi thia aale.... , 4 . .AOc
150 pr Mea'e Shose, $2.00 so 8.0O, thii sale, choice....... 1.50
LsdieaSuite, Z?.. k.. .85c to 75c
... Ma 10 50c
auM.. rn I'"
IT ifMUl*'* mk?*m "vKr.'mk fSSRS
lv ' ' nrfi' ^
The recent death of W. M
^fl«iH Jfew York City .and the
senaational rieveiopmenty follow?
lag bin death are matters of con-
siderable intKn«t here in Collia
eouaty where the deceased owned
some real eatate property. Mr.
Rroe began liffe in Houston in an
humble way, engaging, in the
hardware business and later in
early raihfoed building. He suc-
ceeded in amassing, it is said, a
fortune of over $15,000,000, mueh
of it being in land lying in about
seventy-five different countiee el
Texiss including Collin* Denton,
Fannin and Hunt.
The inventory of hit *eal estate
in OaUin const? aa ehoWB by the
tax totla b asli&ow*: 189 acres
in the John Davis survey* 144.
820 scree in the John Noble sur-
vey and 80 eeras leu 4mw&p
erford survey, making * total of
f>88 acres, mostly, farming lands,
and all located near /osephin^
in eoutheast Collia.
In years past Mr* Rice owned
much more land in the cotli
but later disposed of it. J,
death and the friesunt'etion of
several large checks so soon fol-
lowing his dsmise caused a rumor
of foul play to chrsulate which
Is being investigated. As per Us
•* "wesisa of the dead
reqnea*, ^ *~JZ. ,
millionaire were etssuated hi New
Oae of the points 1K Hi litiga-
tion was to determine hie place
of residence. In his early *ao
hood his home waa Houston. OW
deeds on file in Collia eonaty
fhow his reeidenoe later to have
been New Jerney, but Cept. Jen-
kins testified in the courts j|
Houston a few months ago that
for the past twelve or fifteen
ynats Mr. Ri< ^oiaimed. hi letters
Neir Tfiork was Ida
The laternatiotta! A Great
Northern R'y offers the follow-
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