The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1907 Page: 4 of 16
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For the Children
especially good cereals are a ne-
cessity. The enormous popularity
of the better kind shows how this
fact is appreciated.
You Can Get all
the Cereals Here
that are worth eating. They are so good that chil-
dren never tire of them. They are so nutritious that
the little ones grow at an amazing rate. Suppose you
try some of the newest. They are a vast improve-
ment on the old time porridge.
The Provider of Everything Good to Eat.
PhONES S7 AND 340.
We are In receipt of an invitation
from Mr .and Mrs. N. W. Kay of
Banger, to attend the marriage of
their daughter, Annie Lee, to Mr.
Ernest Rogers, Tuesday afternoon,
April 16, at 6 o'clock at the Mission-
ary Baptist church of that town-
Ernest Is a McKlnney raised boy,
being a son of County Treasurer Joe
Fl. Rogers, and a young man of ex-
cellent business qualifications and
jplendid Integrity. We congratulate
you in advance, Ernest, on this im-
portant step ofltfe you are taking
and wish you many years of wedded
MSHlNti TAC'ttlX DISPLAY.
Most Attractive Exhibition at tlic J.
P. Dowell HUirt1.
A Ashing tackle display window at
the J. P. Dowell hardware and fur-
niture store is attracting a great
deal of Httention and eliciting much
favorable comment. It Is the prod-
uct of Avery Doweil, the gentleman-
ly mannger of the big concern. In
the window Is displayed all kind of
fishing tackle regalia from a minnow
hook to a seine. Also are shown
the big Silver King Tarpon caught
by Cliff Emerson last summer at
Tarpon on the gulf and the Yellow
Tail King flsh caught by Ed New-
some at Catalina Island, off the
California coast in the Pacific ocean.
WILL HETl'llN TO McKlNNEY.
Mr. and Jlw. R. L. Parker to Re-
sume Home Here.
r. A. Massie
J. H. M
Pecan Hill Stock Farml
Massie & Murphy, Props.
Published Every Thursday.
TOM W. PERKINS
WALTER 11. WILSON
FOR FIFTY-FIVE YEARS.
1'iiclc Bobby" Scott and Wife Wed-
ded Over Half Century.
Editors, Publishers and Proprietors
To SubsorlbsM: -The dat* prlnte.1 opposfo
four n.imo on the mar<ln ot tt\" paper or or. '.ha
wrapper indicates the ttnie to wnlcn your nut>-
MJrtptlo i In pild. All subscriptions on
h> ftrtt of tat moncta. Any auOv rib«r r -
•lr; a*; ;tn pjp>r r^V.arly will notify m
W io not *sod receipts for monay paid oa
<abi rlytloaa, bat oradlt on slip a'lacbfM
to paper, If oradlt U aoi saowc on Klip lti lac
Mfi fr>a -lnut of reomtanoe, notify tbla o3L*>
One copy on« year
Entered as second-class niall mutter.
McKlnney, Texas, April II, lOOT.
Greenville has a paved square and
some paved streets. Why can't Mc-
Klnney be as progressive?
• j the County Gool Roads
lion at the court house to-
One of the oldest married cou-
ples in Collin county are Mr. and
Mrs. IJ H. Foster who live with
their sun. T. H. Foster, and wife in
West Mi Kinney. They were mar-
ried years ago in Wilson county,
Tennessee, lu I S5i they moved to
Texua, settling in Collin county a
l'-w niile.-, northwest of McKinney.
They raised a large family of chil-
d'en, nil honorable and useful citi-
zens. and still own the old home-
stead at Vltr land. "Uncle Bobby"
as he is familiarly "called is still hale
and hearty. He favored our office
Saturday with a genial call to renew
for The Democrat-Gazette for his
son, Sam Foster, of Tioga and also
renew for the Dallas News at club-
bing rate for himself. Many more
years of health to you "Uncle Bob-
by" Is the wish of The Daily Cou-
rier-Gazette and Democrat-Gazette.
Four-Year old Stallion.
R. L. Parker, the old shoemaker,
i is up from Dullas and will probably
remain permanently. We are glad
j to learn that Mrs. Parker's health Is
much improved. She and their
daughter, Mrs. Bet tie Falim. will
come up to join Mr. Parker as soon
as Mrs. Fahm's school in Dallas
(loses, which will he about the last
of May. Mr. r.ud Mrs. Parker have
been permanent residents for many
v«ars but have resided in Dallas tern-
norarllv* during their daughter's
school term this fall and winter.
Rockefeller No. lAilH. The finest
saddle stallion in the South, and
Ihe best model In Texas, winning
the Gold Medal at Dallas over a
large ring of the best ones. First In
class, first in sweepstukes, and the
combined ring. He was sired by
Chester Dare, the greatest Stallion
the world has ever known and who
was the highest styled and best
breeder that was ever produced.
Rockefeller's dam produced three
others by Chester Dare, all in the
premium money at World's Fair.
Gipsy Queen, the oldest, is the
t'hamplon of the world. Counting
olood lines and show ring records.
Rockefeller is the best bred Saddle
3tnlllon on e^r'h and can heat any
Stallion in America today. His colts
are easier to sell and at a high
price than any colts in Texas. There
is nothing to compare with him ex-
Garrard Chief No. INiM. Another
son, and a perfect image of the won-
derful old Chester Dare. Hta dam
is a daughter of Lucy D., the great-
est of all >>rood mares, and the dam
of Rockefeller. We think, barring ▲.
accidents, Garrard Chief Is the com-
ing Saddle Stallion of the United
Prince lni|K'riul, a son of Dlgnlt;
Dare, by Chester Dare, dam a hal
sister to Lucy D , is a good Bhow
horse; has won a number of premi-
ums; has made a large reputation aa
a good breeder; good style, rich
color, and plenty of size. It would
be well to get fillies by him to
make the second cross with one of
We also have a Coach Horse and
four Jucks. Our seasons are, on
some. Five Dollars or Elgnt to In-
sure. Considering the Indlviudallty
and breeding of our stock our terms
are the lowest. For further infor-
mation write or call at our barn, 1
milo east of McKlnney.
Don't I*ut Off
The Collin County Summer Nor-
mal v,'III be held in McKlnney, he-
ginning June 21 and continuing
six weeks. Prof. C. J. Denton of
Wylle will be conductor.
Efforts to heap up taxes on the
land holder. If accomplished, would
work a hardship on the blatkland
farmer. In fait for two years past
he has failed to reap even a moder-
ate rate of interest on his invest-
ment. Floods, boll weevil and green
hugs have had tnelr Inning. Now
lets give the farmer a chance to re-
cuperate for a year or two at lease
before adding other burdens to his
for tomorrow what you can do
today. If you put off buying a bot-
s Snow Liniment,
comes you won t
bottle today. A
T. S Graham, Prairie
have any, buy
thank you f<
writes; "I ^%lsh to
the good results I
received froi i Snow Liniment. It
j after others
•ed me of Rheumatism
lad failed." Sold by R.
CHANGE IN SCHEDULE.
Trains One and Four Will Arrive
Here's success to you Mayor-Elect
Doggett and your administration.
Lets all pull off our coats, roll up
our sleeves and give a long, strong
pull for the old town. In unity
there is strength. Let harmony and
progress be the battle-cry In a
grand united effort for a greater Mc-
Klnney. The Dally Courier-Gazette
aud The Democrat-Gazette are ever
ready with their mite.
A change in the schedule affecting
trains 1 and < went Into effect on
the H. At T. C. rlalroad Sunday,
Beginning with that date, these two
trains one southbound and the oth-
er northbound, both of which havr
been arriving here at, 1.15 p. m.,
will arrive at 1:08 p. m.
Shoe Shop—Boots and shoes madt
nd repaired by W. Murdock, sue
ceaaor to R. L. Parker, west r.ld
square, upstairs, over Suttle'i Shot
And many other painful and serious
ailments from which most mothers
suffer, can be avoided by the use of
"Motor's Frill!" This great remedy
is a God-send to women, carrying
them through their most critical
_ — — — — — ordeal with safety and 110 pain.
No woman who uses *'Mother's Friend" need fear the suffering
and danger incident to birth; for it robs the ordeal of its horror
and insures safety to life of mother and child, aud leaves her in
a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. The child is
also healthy, strong and
good natured. Our book
••Motherhood," is worth
its weight in gold to every
woman, and will be sent free in plain
envelope by addressing application to
Bradfield Regulator Co. Atlanta,Ga.
sorrel, 4-year old stallion, 16 1-4
hands high and weighs 1200 pounds.
Double gaited, trotter and "pacer.
Breeding lioxie was sired by
Rattler Brooks Jr. 0528, (4) br. h.
foaled 18S5; by Rattler Brooks,
0527; dam Fanny Warren, by John
Woolsey Jr. Bred by A. P. W'arren;
passed to W. A. Amis, Waxahachie,
Texas. Record 2:32. Sire of Patsey
Brooks 2.19 1-2.
Rattler Brooks, (4) ch. h. foaled
1879; by Earnhart's Brooks; dam
by Pat Malone. Bred by Joe Lay,
Petersburg. Tenn.; passed to Clif-
ton Rhodes; then to Frunk O. Bu-
ford, Buford, Tenn.; then to Edward
L. Rose. Dayton, Ohio. Record
2:211 1-4. Sire of Lucy K., 2:21
Roxle's Dam, Inola, (6) b. m.
foaled 1891; by Greman, 7824; dam
Miss McAllster by Gambetta, 1172,
etc. (See Miss McAllster, vol.
XII.) Bred by G. M. & J. A. Lee,
Danville, Ky.; passed to E. S. Per-
ryman, Chicago, 111.
Roxie will make the 1907 season
at A. B. Cockrell's yard.
Terms—See me for terms.
W. R. VIER.
A. B. Cockrell's Wagon Yard, Mc-
•T. L. Farley of Altoga dropped In
to see us while town and left $1.75
to renew subscription on The Demo-
crat-Gazette and pay for the Dalla*
\'"wn one year at clubbing rate. The
Farley's are staunch friends of our
IHassie dte Murpliv
The Wilcox building vacated by
M. E. McPhail, west of the postofllce,
is being fitted out by A. E. Daw
who hi preparing to open a new con-
bsve stood the test for orer m yean,
and sre still in the lead. Their absolute
certainty of growth, their uncommonly
Urge yields of delicious vegetables sad
beautiful flowers, make them the most
i reilsble and the most popular every*
where. Sold by all dealers. 1M7 l
Aaaaal free oa request.
0. M. FIRRY k 00..
AT JAMESTOWN' EXPOSITION.
e to speeuy recovery, jluc tunu ia
Sergeant Win. Watxon'H Company
In Ordered to Virginia.
First Sergeant Wm. Watson of
t'o. | 23rd Infantry, stationed at
Fort Ontario, New York, order* the
address of The Democrat-Gazede
changed April 15 to Jamestown Ex-
position, Vlrglna. Bill's company
will serve at Jamestown throughout
the duration of the exposition. He
writes "tell the Collin county peo-
ple visiting the exposition to hunt
me up. I am a Oolllnlte and proud
of It and certainly want to meet all
old home folks who come." He
sends us a copy of the "Twenty-
Third Infantry Lantaka" which Is
an interesting publication issued by
April 4.—"Grandma" Coffey Is
sick. We hope she will soon be up
Mrs. R. W. Cart wrlght after
spending two weeks with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. McAnnally, re-
turned to her home In Van Alstyne
Our school will close In two weeks.
Mrs. Wysong of Melissa visited
Miss Lou Love of McKlnney spent
Monday and Tuesday with Charity
Mrs. Ropa Guthrie has gone to
Tioga on a visit.
Houston McAnnally and wife of
Anna were in this neighborhood last
Mr. Rosea Rutherford attended
the Fifth Sunday meeting at Allen
Mr. Bud Powell attended the
Fifth Sunday meeting last Friday at
Stella Nichols was sick last week
but Is able to be in school this week.
LAXATIVE cough remedy.
For coughs, colds, throat and lunff
troubles. 'No opiates. Non-alcoholic.
Good for everybody. Sold every where.
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR Is in
a Yellow package. Refuse substitutea.
Prepared only by
^ Foley * Company, Ohlcago.
Buy Jewelry From
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M -l -l -l -M l l 111 I I 1 1 1 1 I :i I 1 I I 1 M l 1 i M i m i i ny
| Th.e Line That's Different 1
Equipment Up-to-date-Chair Cars—Standard !!
Pullman Sleepers and Cafe Parlor Cars
ALL THE WAY
. , Courteous employees make every trip s plftMnre trip. Try the "Cotton Belt" next to
( f Chloago, St. I^oula, New York, Boston, SouthosMt or any pisc«>. Information Oratla ■■
Handaomoly llluatratxd literature free upon request. Send for "Industrial ODDortu-
nltles," "Homes In tho Southwest." "Fruit and Truck Growing." Wall maps. 80c In
stamp* or Coin will bring you a deok of Cotton B«lt playing nanls by return mall and
they are worth It. we will sand you a Cotton Belt Dally Romlnder and Memorandum
book If you will send a postal giving your name and address.
R. a FYFE, JOAN P. LEHANE,
Asst. Gen. Frt. A Pass. A^ent, Gen. Frt. & Pass. Agent.
Tyler, Texas. Ty 1 er, Texas.
GUS HOOVER, D. M. MORGAN,
Traveling Pat,8. Agt., Waco,Tex Traveling Pass. Agt. Ft. Worth I
T. P. LITTLE, PaRH. Agt., Corsicana, Texas \ \
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TKXAH PRKHH ASSOCIATION.
Commlttw to Arrange for the Meet-
ing nt (talvestoii.
A meeting of the eomniittee on
hotels and transportation of tue
Texas Press Association will be held
In Oalveston In a few dayB for the
purpose of arranging and discussing
the program for the meeting to be
held there May 16 to 18.
Tom W. Perkins, president of the
association, and Sam P. Harben, as-
sistant secretary passed through /
Dallus, yesterday en route to Oal-
▼eston, where they will be Joined by
Lee J. Rountree of Georgetown and
the Galveston business men.—Dul-
las News. ^
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Perkins, Tom W. & Wilson, Walter B. The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1907, newspaper, April 11, 1907; McKinney, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth291989/m1/4/: accessed June 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.