The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 7, 1921 Page: 1 of 16
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THIKTY-EH.HTH YEAR (Established Fcbruar) 7. ISHI,.
McklNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, IT V \V till IIM> \Y, \PRIL 7. H 2i
16 PAGES IN 2 SKCTK>N S TH IS WEEK
WOMAN DROWNSCELINA MAN
IN FLOOD WATER STUNNEDBY
OF WILSON CREEK
Copyrighted lit21 oy W. T. Foster.
Washington. l>. C. April 7. 1921 —
My forecasts of up and dawn tem-
peratures for Murch wore the most
wonUeilully perfect tliut has ever been
made; not in u general way, but for
every Immediate locality in America
«ud Canada. The U. 8. Weather Uu-
retiu cannot better it even in their one
day in advance forecasts. To Home ex-
tent this establishes my claim (hat
practically good enough weather fore-
casts can and will be made .even years
in advance. Km instance, 1 ask any-
one to compre my chart 1, lor March,
with the record for St. I'aul, chart 2
with St. Louis, chart 3 with lilts-
burgh. The dally temperature line for
specified localities is the most diffi-
cult of all. But the monthly average or
my temperature forecast for Marcn
was too low. I now know the reason
why and believe I can remedy It in
future. The April temperature fore-
casts will probably show the same
great success and same defect as for
During eat'lp part of week centering
on April 14 a low will come out of tho
Alaskan northwest, entering western
Canada. In its trend southward and
clrclo eastward it will cross meridian
90 near April 14. Us central path will
lie south of and circling around the
Great Lakes; it will reach the Atlantic
about April 16 or 17. Its boss. the
high, pushing the low ahead of it. will
follow as usual and a warm wave will
spread out to southeast of the low,
while a cool wine will come in north-
west of the high. It is very difficult to
get readers to understand that the
storms do not move with the wind.
The wind moves in a circle around tli«
storm except far irway from, between
the storm and the great body of water
where the moisture is being evapor-
ated; there the wind blows toward the
Temperatures of this storm will he
about the usual average, its rains
less than usual, the precipitation will
indicate a change from the past five
months, but the complete chnge, with
better cropweather in two-thirds of
the country east of Kockies, will come
with the unusually severe storms of
tile "Week centering April 22. These
storms will he from tho same causcs
and of the same character as those
near March 25.
We have no reliable markets for
grain or cotton. The big profiteers,
who have, through the use of big
money, complete control of the pro-
ducing districts to receive not enough.
The only remedy is through our gov-
ernment, and ! believe that remedy,
While exceedingly slow. Is sure to
come. I have, and still advise, pro-
ducers not to sell but a time is coin-
ing when I will not be able to advise
through the press, r cannot tell von.
through the press, when to sell; that
would do more harm limn good.
This Is the time for agriculture to
do Its best. Two-tlrds of this continent
will make good crops this year, and 1
believe the markets wil be at least
fair. Crops for 1 922 do not look so
good. The t'wo-thirds will probably he
on the other side. I look upon 1922 as
a year of low world production.
FARM BFRIAI ORGANIZA-
TION WORK PROGRESSING
The membership campaign of tho
Farm Bureau which was begun a few
days ago in Collin county Is making
very satisfactory progress, according
to County Agent U. t). Everett. Many
now members are being received Into
the buroau In the eont part of tho
county where the solicitors are now
working. Every farmer that has glv-
en any study to this great farmers' or-
ganisation has said that it Is the lo-ig
needed organisation which the farm-
ers have hoped to see perfocted. The
Progressive Farmer, one of the South'*
leading farm papers, devoted its last
issue to the Farm Bureau work in
Texn*. This paper, like all of the other
loading farm papers is a staunch sup-
porter and booster of the Farm Bu-
Charles ft. Stonobroaker. who hus '■••'ought to bis gin Friday.
been speaking In this countj the last I Hi,vs 'he mildness of the tern-
two weeks in behalf of the Farm Bu- iPernture during the past winter has
reau, has returned to his home at In M'1"0" to freese out or reduce the
dependence, Iowa, for n week's slay.! Mum',or "r ",n nn*' "n> cotton
Mis. A. I'. Toiilllb*, ,V> yours old.
was dmwnoil ill Wilson Crock Imh-
ti#iii uImmiI 12 o'clock Monday
Might. Her body wiin isfoiored
Tucday anil brought to town
in Uie J. 1*. Crouch X Co. uiuhu-
liuiPu anil tukcu to the morgue of
this undertaking c.sLuhli<dlllicnl
and propurcil for burial. The Ihm1>
was ouinpod with her husband
♦ ♦ ♦
The body was nwivrrwl by
citizens of tin- community and
Sheriff U Biukcnuui, Deputy
Sheriff Hurry White uml chief
The litxN'.UMfd, husband Mil two
children liail been cniii|xxl In Wil-
son Creek Itottom mur the H.
ft T. C. railroad bridge, two mi lot
south of town for several day-.
TIm> heavy rain of MiHulay evening
and night caused the waters of
Wilson creek to overflow tlie low
lands. Mrs. Tnumbs awoke nliout
12 o'i'Iim4 that night anil found
water up to their beil. Hlie arous-
ed her liuslmnd anil children and
they started out of tile low land.
They ran into a swift current
which almost swept tlie entire
family from its reel. Mr. Tombs,
. with his two sons cIiihimhI In his
arms and also holding to his wife,
grasped a |Mist. No sooner luid he
.selxcd tlie post than It was wash-
ed lip by the swift currciit and his
wife washed from him anil her
body swept down the stream.
• • •
FRANTH 1ALLY SEARC II I S
Mr. T« tutu lis and sons liiuilly got
out of the water—he carried Ills
sons to tlie home of Mr. and Mr*
.Mm Cain nearby and remained In
the water the remainder of the
night calling and limiting for lil«
wife. With the assistance of Mr.
Fain and others who live near the
senne thi' body was not found un-
til next niLrnlng When found Mrs.
TouiiiIm was cold In dentil mid the
In sly luid lodged in a drift some
distance! from where she hail been
separated from her InislNiMd and
HEAVY RAIN Tn
(DOES DAMAGE TO
LIGHTNING GROWING CROPS I Oil
U-e Ma lone, well known Wast Col-, one of the heaviest tains that lias
lin ell)zeii, who lives one hall mile:fallen in McKinney and Collin < oun-
uortheast ofyCeliua. was injured Mon-
day afternoon about 4 o'clock by be-
ing shocked by lightning. He was-
knocked to the ground and it was
thought for awhile that he had been
fatally Injured. Reports from Mr.
Malotie's hi dsule Tuesdn.v morning wis
to the effect that he had regained [creeks and
his speech and was doing as well as lands vvcvi
< ouM be cxpected. Mr. Maloiie Is a were badly
brother of Mrs. J. L. Uossett of Mo- <age done
ty in many months fell here Monday
evening and night. The ruin was gen-
eral over the county. The heaviest
rain in some time fell at Cellnu and
other portions of West Collin, The
water came In such a deluge that it
soon overflowed the banks of the
branches and the low-
Paper Mill In
McKinney at Once
AN Old) TESTAMENT.
Luke Cltlsen lias (lurried
For Scwilly Yours.
J K. Preston, an old cltisen of the
Clear l<uke community, was in the
city and showed us an old leather
Imli k testament that bis mother gave
liitn when he was tlvc years old and
which he hits hail for seventy years.
He is now seventy-live years old. He
carried the testament during the war
and most of the time since. He is a
lUUlve of Kentucky. Mr. Preston
prises ibis copy of the Testament as
a precious heirloom from his saluted
HALE AT EIGHTY-THREE.
ncle Frank lluiiii Mingles With HI*
Many Old McKlmicy Friend*.
Uncle Frank Hunn is spending a
few days w.lh lij* daughters, Mrs.
Pete Younger. in the Woodlawn com<
munity and Mrs. A. S. Wiieatlev of
McKinney. In the 14th of May ITncle
Frank will reach Ills 88rd mill
in the Journey of life. He is
to growing and planted
The Trinity Paper .Mills of Dallas.
Texas, a million dollar canlta! enter-
prise. which is huildiiiK a big paper
mill at Dallas for the purpose of
manufacturing paper from cotton
Farm luuds , hitters proposes to erect a 20-ton
much dam-'paper pulp mill at McKinney.
HEATH IN OKIiAIIOMA CITY
White Father of llonner
White of Sherman.
O. S. White died at his homo In
Oklahoma City, Saturday, where he
resided and had been in bad health for
some months. He was a former Sher-
man business man and the father of
Bonner 8. White, a prominent Sher-
man cltisen at the present time. Bon-
ner s. White's wlfo was formerly Miss
Stanley Qnlsenbury, a McKinney rear-
ed young lady. Mr. and Mrs. White
have the sympathy of many MeKIn-
ney relatlvos and friends In their be-
.IIM HFNN'S VISIT.
Former Miitiuncy Man Now A Sun
It lias acquired the old plant of
the Collin County Mill & Klevutor Co.,
located ou Ihc II. £■ T. I'. in this
city and will commence at once re-
modeling the building, machinery and
equipment will also lie ordered t hi <
week Bepresentntlves In charge
state that they will utilise cotton
(tillers of this district in the manu-
facture of pulp thai will lie shipped
to Hallas for the Trinity Paper Mills
to convert Into paper. A ten unit
pulp mill will he put In at McKinney
which will disburse an annual pu.vroll
lor labor of from IH0.00U to $:I5,0U()
YOUNG MEN WILL
Jim Hunts., a San Antonio business
man recent l\ visited bis aged father.
Frank M. Hunn, of this city, ,11m
Hunn has many friends in and around
McKinnev where he was raised. He
post Ihas been a citizen of Han Antonio for
well several viirs ami his old home friends
Mill at Commerce.
The Trinity Paper Mills have al-
ready put in u pulp mill similar to
the one they propose to Install at
McKinney at Commerce. Texas, which
will lie started to operate at once.
The Trinity Paper Mills corporation
it> headed by Cleo. F. Lull, bachelor
of Science, Mmucr of Science, who Is
president and general manager of
It. lie Is a distinguished scientist and
paper manufacturer whose services
were utilized by our government dur-
ing the war.
jBoard, who will tie 83 on
(lay of next month.
lit IX.Ft 'OXF FAHMEIt
IS .IF.ItsEY FANCIERjoarland
Mill Is Welcomed.
The establishment of a pull
t McKinue.v to utilize (fidton lintel's
and low grade cotton is welcomed for
many reasons. Ii will afford a market
ito the farmers of our section for low
grade cotton of which there are iliou
of hales already accumulated
ion bund and for which there Is little
Mrs. < . C. Loveludy and daughter, or no market at all.
Mrs. Millard Terrell and the hitter's j The pay roll will mean much to
handsome little is months old son,:thc business Interests of our city and
J. Terrell, were most wel- itrroundlng country. Scarcity of
At the meeting of the Young Men's
Itusincss Association held Monday
night at tho Chamber of Commerce
rooms, it was voted that members of
the Association participate In a num-
ber of booster tripe advertising the
Roundup and ttrndeo in McKinney
April 14, Ifi and I (it It. Martin Kindle
was named as chairman of tlie coin-
mllttto for this work ami after a meet-
ing of the committee the dutee of the
booster Hips will be uuuounced. It is
planned to in several directions by
automobiles and to go from Deuison to
HuIIum on the interurhan.
President Tom Scott reported splen-
did progress along all lines of work
and i'ullforiila Frank Hafloy brought
the young men much good news re-
garding the entrants in the various
contest, Maying that we would have lu
McKinney twice as many contestants
an wore at the great Chicago show and
that every champion of ihc world In
cowboy sports with possible one ex-
ception. have entered tlie McKinney
The advertising couimiltoc reported
progress In the work of advertising tho •
mill IjIk event. ?
preserved and retains his faculties to are glad to know that he l:i prosper
a remarkable extent considering his Ing In a hutrmcss way.
r.ge, t 'ncle Frank says that he 1 |
Ijnyt one dav younger than his good j PR|/E-WINNIN<i
j old McKlnm v friend, Ca.pt. It. M. | BAHY IS VISITOR'sands
ENTER PL.I.AS OF CJUliyi Y TO
BFRtiliARY \NI) ALSO THEFT
Melvln Kurkendall and Kd Holmes,
charged with burglary in five cases
and the theft of an automobile in one
cose, both enterod pleas of guilty lie-
fore a Jury In District court Friday,
their punishment assessed at confine-
ment in the penitentiary for two years
in each case. The court in sentencing
the young men Informed them that he
would make their sentences concur-
rent. They were sentenced to -six yoa.s.
NOW IN COUNTY .IAtL
An even dozen prisoners are con-
fined in the county Jail—seven negroes
and live white persons, according to
Jailer James Klmhriel. This Is a.
smaller number than for some time.
Within the last three or four months
as many wen ty-live prlsioners have |
been in tho Jail at one time.
The offenses which the
R. W. Floyd, an enterprising young
farmer of the Hedgcoxe school house
community waf a business visitor at
our ofdee Siturday afternoon. Mr.
Floyd Is a shrewd young business
man as well a* an Industrious farm-
er. Seeinv the demand and possibili-
ties of the breeding of registered
Jersey cattle, lie started a herd of
that breed -i few months ago and al-
ready has six head of nice registered
Jersey cattle—one hull and Ave
females. He expects to gradually
develop a much larger herd. Mr.
Some very encouraging reports
clinic from people who have been out
over the stale. Times people stated
Unit everywhere they bad been tho
people were enthusiastic over the Mc-
Kinney i to u ii 11 ii p and Itodeo and were
coining here iii great numbers.
The question of properly housing
the people who came to McKinney was
come visitors at the oft the Daly pulp has caused prices of pa-| l|lHCI1H1)(.(| ,lt lon th. JeWf>| A
ourle,-<.a/;ette and the Weekly pers to reach a very high level and (.hal|.mllI1 „r tho committee to provide
Democrat-Gazette Friday alternoo;,. even at these burdensome prhM" jH„0h neoommndattoiiH *ld that his
Mrs. J.ovelady renewed for the Dal.y there Is a scarcity of paper eminent. wol„d 1|ll0 work
Courler-Oaselte which she says is in
ever welcome visitor and a prime
necessity In their home. Mrs. Dovelady
•was formerly Miss lieu lab Cate.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Q. O. Cate,
a pioneer Altoga couple. Mrs. Dove-
lady's little son, Oarlnnd J, was a
prize winner at the annual baby show
at the big McKinney picnic last year—
winning four prizes. Garland J Is one
the plumpest and healthiest look
Floyd states that the time has cooMjlng, as well as one of the handsomest
when farmers must quit so much cot- babies that, wo know of. We greatly
ton production and give more atten
tion to the growing of feed crops and
feedlnif the same on the farm to pure-
bred livestock. In this way a better
market Is provided for the products
of the farm and the fertility of the
farms will be helped by raising and
feeding mote of this good stock at
home on the farm.
COf.litN COFNTY RESIDENT FOR
20 YEARS IS DIVERSIITER
l . H. Bales, industrious farmer,
who lives some six or seven miles
southwest of McKinney, was a lusl-
]ii"ss visitor in McKinney Monday. Mr.
prisoners (mN , a ,.C8|,i„„t 0f Collin
are charged with range from va- for u ntt,„ ov,„. twenty-years,
graney to murder. ^ ^ | H(, 1Ylatv,M| ),(„ family to Collin
| county from Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs.
keep several good milch cows on their
place, a large flock of hens and never
Mrs. H [i. Txioper vs. J. D. l/ioper,
suit for divorce was tried before the
court Thursday, and n divorce
granted as prayed for.
Margaret B. Duncan vs. W M. I">un-
can. divorce granted.
v. ♦ ♦ ♦
The February term of ths Fiftv
ninth District court came to a
close Saturday. Judge Frank 12.
Wilcox opened court In Sherman
Moday. Til's has been one of the
busiest terms of court ever held tn
• 'ollln coun'v.
come to town but what they bring
some butter, chickens and eggs to
market. From the sale of this pro-
die c they receive more than enough
to supply te family table. They also
raise their own meat.
MF.THOlHVTS TO ItEUIN RE-
VIVAL SFNHAY AT PRINCFTO
Mll,l WINTER FAVORABLE
TO ROLL WEEVIL
That the mild winter experienced
has enabled the boll weevil to survive
is the asgertton of Ooorge f. Thomp-
son, prominent glnner of this citv.
Howell Ii Smith, cashier \>f the First
National Bank, exhibited a vial con-
taining a large number of full grown,
lusty weevils which Mr, Thompson
procured from a load of cotron
A series of revival meetings will be-
gin it the Methodist church tn
Princeton next Sunday night. The
Rev. C. F. McKinney, Is pastor of the
Princeton church. Ho will lie as-
sisted In the revival by the Rev. J.
Sam Barctts, pastor of the First
Methodist church of this city.
NT1W TVPB LIMITFD
FAR HERE THFRHDAV
Thursday morning nt 8:19 the first
of the new type limited interurhan
ears will pass through McKinney,
northbound. This will be tho first trip
the new car has made over the lines.
Mayor Finch and local newspaper men
have been Invited to take the trip on
the new oar.
... «•(,, , . . i The Texas Electric nBllwav «'• . has
after which he wil return to Texas and ""'oh appear to be badly infested with purchased i number of this type of
resume his'Work In the Interest of the!"1'" dangerous enemy of the cotton . modern limited cars and will put them
bureau. fruit. h., service on the lines at once.
Mr. Smith declares that the pres-1 ,
once of tho boll weevil at thl< early PEACH CROP SAFE
season should be exceedingly dls- \<VN \ SECTION
cournglng to farmers who plan to' .
plant another large •otton crop. , j \y Anderson, a good friend
The wise farmer will diversify hle|fri„„ renews for the l>nily
crop and quit tho all-cotton plan, Mr. jfJmitier-Onsctte Mr Anderson and
Smith said. If.imfly erofttlv appreciate our Dally
1 ■ j which II' vine appreciates his friend-
Miss Alia Malotie, who is atend- ship an I •e'tronnge. Mr. Anderson
ALLEGED ARMY DESERTER
IIF.LD IN JAIL II
Deputy Sheriff Goldman Perry of
Westminster brought to McKinney
Friday niglit and placed in jail Wil-
liam C. Aiken and Waller Joseph, two
young men whom he arrested at Bells,
Texas, chaiged with desertion from
the United (Sates Armv. These young
men, it is alleged, deserted from the
army at Snn Antonio the first of Feb-
Miss Bena Johnsey has returned
from the Baptist Sanitarium In Dit-
las where she underwent nn operation.
She Is a student of Baylor Oillcge at
Helton and a daughter of It. L. John-
sey of McKlnnejr.
appreciate this visit from this good
mother, grandmother and little prlzo
YATES SPEAKS AT CON-
VENTION HELD AT AFSTIN
McKinney gladly welcomes this new
PEACII AND PLUM
CROP FROST DAMAGE
w. C. Dysart. while In the city
Thursday evening, stated that In his
opinion peaches and plums are very
badly damaged In this county as a
result of the frost and freeze on the
night of March 2!l. Mr. Dysart states
that he has some tine ripe strawber-
ries growing on his place. Mr.
Dysart is one of the most successful
farmers of our county. He ruises a
great variety of Meld, orchard, truck
and garden products every year and
Is a frequent winner of premiums on
his products at county and state
Dr. Ci. I,. Yates, pastor of the First
Baptist church. County Superintend-1 •
ent, W s. Smith. Mrs. J. W. William-' BODY OF SHERMAN SOLDIER
son, Mrs. Leslie Smith left. Tuendayj WILL BE HFHIED SL'NI>A>
for Austin to attend the organised i
Bible Class Convention. Dr. Yates] 'body ol Lieutenant .lames
was on the program for an address j Hayes Hughes, boy who was killed in
Wednesday morning. The ndvertle- France while trying to save a com-
ing literature for the convention con-1 rude s life, was burled In West Hill
tallied, among others, the photograph,I'-omtory ut Sherman Sunday
of Dr. Yates, beneath which appeared inoon with full military honors.
"A Man's Man." ' '""'.v w,lH under strict mili-
tary guard since It loft France, and
wus met ut Sherman by members of
the local American Legion Cost, some
member of which has been on guard
go into tills "worl(
thoroiiKhl ythat none who come to our
city may be disappointed for lack of
The following committees were ap-
pointed by President Tom Scott at tho
Mr. Kindlc's hootyl^r trip commit-
tee Is: Orlia J. Moss. J. K. Aberna-
thy. Jack Stiff, Tully H. Lucas, C. A.
Wilson, Ward Mart, W. H. Kerby,
H. J. Kinney,
The transportation committee is as
follows: T. J. Ramsey, chairman; O.
S. Mines, H. W. Hart nml Tom Mo-
TOWN LEY HI YS ANOTHER
STORE CITY OF DENMIOM
Submits To Operation.
Miss Jessie Ray submitted to
operation tor appendicitis nt
home of tier parents, /ffr. and Mrs. B. j
l. Ray. Vorth church street Monday|
night. Miss Ray Is reported to have I
stood the operation well and is net-I
ling along very satisfactory.
W. W. Townley has Jusl returned
from cDnlson ou a business trip and
upon Ills return announces tlie pur-
(use of Hie New York Sample Shop or
tlint city and slates that he will con-
tinue the business at Its present loca-
tion and will also ocntllliie the store
which lie lias at another location in
Dculson inn! which has been establish-
ed and doing a good business for some
Mr. and Mrs. Townley are also con-
ducting The Leader iii McKinney
where a. good business has been es-
tablished and have a millinery store
In a special department at the Martin
Moses Co. store. They have met with
success In McKinney by applying good
business principles tn their stores and
.always lining up with the progressive
lock and were conducted by the 'clement for the general advancement
, with the body every hour since it has
Funeral services started
News comes from Mrs. John
Church who has been spending the
winter with her daughter. Miss Julia
Morrow, 'n Holllns College, Hollins.
Va., to the effect that she will re-
main with her daughter until after j ^ 0VVnduTf of
her commencement In June. !
Rev. L'l'oy Anderson of Honey Ct-ovu, 0f the town.
who was assisted by Dr. T. A. |
Wharton, pastor of the First I'rcshv-
terian Church of Sherman. After tho
body left the church the American
Legion had full charge. The ser-
vice was at the Central Christian
Mr. Hughes wae a brother of Mrs.
TI1ITEEN HEI.OW I HEE7,1 NO-
RE 10 FEFT TURK
COTTRELL NAMED SPECIAL
COFNTY JUDGE BY NEFF
MILLER THERE WITH BELLS
ON; HEAT M. H. S. 11-7
Ing school in Dallas, wns In McKin-
ney Monday en route to Celina to
attend the bedside of her father, Lee
Malone. who was Injured Monday aft-
ernoon by being shocked by light-
Miss Mildred Dale of Farmersvlile,
spent the week end with Betty Finch
in this city and attended the dance at
the Country club Friday night
wavx ♦hit • -e«' hadlv damaged his
garden, but does not think that the
peach erne In his vicinity has been
damaged < much as reported In
( (her con1 ties
Three High School pitchers foiled
to stop the fast Cotton Mill team Fri-
day, tho Millers pasting everything
they offered to all corners of the iot
for a total of fifteen hits.
Tho ganio was slow and only seven
Innings were played. During the seven
innings there was a total of twenty er-
rors made. The High School contribut-
ed thirteen of this number.
McCann had tho school bovs feed-
The reporter of The Dally Coutier-
Gazettu wandered down to tho indus-
trial center of tho city. The bright sun-
shine of the spring morning had sent
the mercury upward to uround 8U.
Feeling more disposed to be on tho
creek bank watching the cork bobble
Mian chasing Hie elusive news item,
but having made no arrangements for
u truck to tarry the catch back and
nallztng how warm one would get dig-
ging bait, wo decided to hunt u cold-
er climate We made a flying trip,
leaving a summer climate of
sii degrees. Within a minute we
found ourselves in freezing tem-
perature where it was 13 degrees be-
low tho freezing point and loo was ten
Accompanied by the manager, Thos.
Ing from his hand allowing them but j k. Craig the reporter was shown
three singles during the game; Worths 'through the big storage vault of tho
getting two of these in his throe trips. McKinney Ice ,fc Coal Co. In tho olg
to the plate. Score 14 to 7. new vault recently completed there is
Batteries for High School Talboi.jut present stored tltio tons of Ice an!
Cunnlni'hnm, Cox and White. 'more Is being placed there daily, When
Millers McCann, Kddloman mill the vault Is filled it will contain 2600
troll, an attorney of this place, as
toe Ave of McKinney. Lento 5. wis special County Judge to hear any
a business- Isltor In McKinney Mon-|,*,M,° eases that in iv grow out of the
day afternoon. He colled at this of estate of Murray Wyntt,
Chnrllo Wilson, wife and children
of this city motored to Blythe's Chap-
el Sunday morning where they attend-
ed services nt tho Methodist church.
The Rev. W. S. Boyd of this city, pns-
;tor of tho Wilcox street and the Rhea
Mills Methodist churches, Is the prts-
itor nt Blythe's Chapel. After services
I Mr. Wilson nnd family came hack and
Piano, Texas. April !>,—Governor stopped nt the home of "ttnele Buok"
I*nt M. Noff has appointed J. D Cot- Kerby and wife where they spot't a
J. D. COTTRKLL
flee nml subscribed for
The VPoekl> i A>unty Judge Murray being disquali-
fied In this case
Mr, and Mrs. J, H. Arledge nd
children of Houston are guests of
Mrs Arledire's parents. Mr. and Mra.
tons of Ice. There will be no lee
fn mine in McKinney this suinmor.
Also tho plant Is making more ico per
day than ever bofore. With the addi-
tions mndo to the plant and tho Instal-
lation of somo new and more modern
machinery the plant Is now turning
out (5 tons of ice per day. Previously
only nbout 85 tons per day could Be
produced hy tho plant.
Two months supply of Ice for Mo-
Kinney nnd vicinity can be stored la
tho big new vault.
Mrs. J. W. Williamson loft Mon-
day for AusMn. as a delegate from her
Sunday school class, where she will at.
tend the Ript 1st Bible Class Organi-
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Perkins, Tom W. & Wilson, Walter B. The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 7, 1921, newspaper, April 7, 1921; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth291701/m1/1/: accessed October 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.