The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 1, 1907 Page: 2 of 12
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THURSDAY, AUOUST i. 1107
WITH ▲ X,AMB BACK?
Trouble Hakes Ton Miserable.
Uinoet ev?rybo<ly who read* the ncw -
pw it sure to know of the wonderful
I cures mode by Dr.
Root, the great kid-
ney, liver and Mad-
r - der remedy.
?Hi It is the great mcd
jjlH icul tr'umph of the
H It nineteenth century ;
r IM discovered after yeur
C^al\a of scientific research
by Dr. Kilmer^ the
| eminent kidney and
bladder specialist, and is wonderfully
ful in promptly curing lame back,
uric acid, catarrh of the Madder aud
Bright'* Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec-
ommended for everything but if you have
kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will l>e
found just the remedy you need. It has
been tested in so many ways, in hospital
work and in private practice, and hat
proved so successful in every case that a
special arrangement has l>een made by
which all readers of this paper, who have
not already tried it, may have a sample
bottle sent free by mail, also a book tell-
ing more about Swamp-Root, aud how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder .rou-
ble. When writing mention reading this
generous offer in this paper and send your
address to D . Kilinc
& Co., Bin} hainton,
N. Y. Th« regular
fifty-cent a id one-
dollar size lx ttles .ire
■old by all god druggists. Don't make
any mistake but remember the name,
Swamp-Root I)r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the add! ;ss, Binghamton, K. Y., on
Rom* of Swamp-Hoot.
The Altoga W O. W. and Odd
Fellows picnic Friday was a great
success. Fully 2500 people were in
attendance. The grove in which It
was held is a delightful spot—well
k! nded and cool. The management
was superb, music by the Altoga
band fine and the various amuse-
ments up to the standurd of the best
conducted picnics. Order was also
splendid. Prof. F. O. Jones talked
Thursday night and Friday, speeches
were made by James (Scotty) For-
sythe, Judge T. C. Andrews and
Qube Lucas, all of McKinney, and
Mr. Alexander of Oarland. made ad-
dresses and all were liberally ap-
platuled. Dinner in abundance was
spread for all and all were '.uvited to
freely partake. Dr. W. T. Dunn,
Prof. T. D. Simpson and other local
citizens, loyally hacked by their fel-
low-citizens. spared no effort to
make of the occasion a huge success
and as the writer was there, we
know that their most cherished am-
bitions along that line were fully
OA BE LUCAS.
REUNITKD IX GRAYK.
Remains of Daughter of
Sherman, Tex., July 27.—The re-
mains of Mrs. John Hardy, who died
about two years ago and who was
burlsd in West Hill cemetery, were
taken up here und shipped to San
Antonio, to be laid beside her futher.
Colonel Jot Gunter, who died in that
city only a few days ago.
Mrs. Hardy was formerly Miss
Eula Gunter, the only child of Colo-
nel and Mrs. Gunter.
A magnificent monument had been
placed on the Gunter lot in the cem-
etery here, with (he name "Gunter"
on one side of It aud "ilat\ly" on
It Is stated that inasmuch as Mrs
Gunter had so many interests In and
near San Antonio to look after,
which would prevent her from mov-
ing to Sherman for several years, If
at all. that she decided to make her
permanent home In that city and
bury both her husband and daughter
in the cemetery there.
The celebrated Humble Bee Fight-
er of Lazyneck, whose boyhood tales,
mimics, word-pictures and tribula-
tions are told with such true-to-life
accuracy that hundreds hang on ev-
ery word he utters and cheer him to
the echo. The fame of his lecture
lias spread broadcast over the entire
A Faithful Frlcml.
"I have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since
it was first Introduced to the public
in 1872, and have never found onu
instance where a cure was not speed-
ily effected by Its use. I have been
n commercial traveler for eighteen
years ,and never start out on a trip
without this, my faithful friend,"
says H. S. Nichols of Oakland, Ind.
Ter. When a man has used a rem-
edy for thirty-five years lie knows Its
value and Is competent to speak for
It. For sale by Smith Bros.
McKIXNEY MAX ItiESIDKXT.
E. W. Kirkpatvlrk Head of
At the meeting of the State Horti-
cultural Society, in connection with
the Farmers' Congress at College
Station, E. W. Klrkpatrick of this
city was elected president for the en-
Harry (' Stiles of RnymondvUle
was elected first vice president..
A. D. Jackson of Denlson was
elected secret a ry-t reasu rer.
John S. Kerr of Sherman address-
ed the meeting on the revision of
the State Inspection law.
The following changes were sug-
gested; Include greenhouses In in-
spection: also fruit sold from Infect-
ed orchards. The present law In
many instances has no penalty at-
tached, and the proposed amend-
ment remedies these defects. Vari-
ous other minor defects wore men-
tioned. The report was received and
adopted and ordered printed for dis-
tribution among (he members.
Sam H. Dixon, State Inspector of
Nurseries, addressed the meeting
briefly along certain lines, suggest-
ing the eradication of certain fruit,
state, as is evidenced by the demand
upon him for an engagement. His
originality and unaffected style of
simple speech makes his speech a
genuine treat that bears repetition,
without loss of enjoyment, to the
same audiences. This is the great-
est compliment that can be paid Mr.
AD the Gold
Could not Boy-
Rodtaf, O*. Aututf Sr. ISO*.
& a DsWrrr A Co..
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•nd bowtli. Soma physicians (
Dy pep*ia, uma Coniumption
othart Mid consumption of tha
physician sold I would not U*a until Si _.
and for lour long yaars I uiMod on a lima
" milk, sod* biscuits, doctors' praacrip-
ind Dyspapsla ramadias thai doodad
tha markat" I could not dlfaat anything
I ata. and in tha Spring ISofi I piokad uo
ona of your Almanacs as a poor amadaWa
Dyspepsia wrack will grasp at anything, and
thai Almanao happened to ba my ill* savor.
I bought a fifty cant bottla of KODOL DYS-
OBOROIA COULD NOT BUY. I kept on
taking It ua In two months I want back to
my work, as a machinist, and in thraa months
I was wall and hearty. I still usa a littla oc-
casionally as I fi 4 It a fins blood puriflar
and a good tonic
May you Uva long and proapsr.
Yours vary truly,
a N. CORNELL.
CONFORMS TO NATIONAL
PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW
This is only t sample of
the great good that is
daily done everywhere by
The Plain Thicker.
If a burn or a bruise afflicts you rub
It on, rub it on
Then before you scarcely know It all
the trouble will be gone.
For an aching Joint or muscle do the
It extracts all pain and poisons,
plucks the stings and heals the
Hum's Lightning Oil does it.
Pain in the head—pain anywhere, has its ouaa.
Pain Iscongestion, pain Is blood pressure—nothing
else usually. At least, so says Dr. Hhoop, and to
prove It he has created a little pink tablet. That
1 tablet—called Dr. Shoop's Ilea<lache Tablet—
j coaxes blood pressure away from pain centers.
Its effect Is charming, pleasingly delightful. Gently
though safely, it surely equalizes the blood circu-
If you have a headache. It's blood pressure.
If it'ti painful periods with women, same causa.
If you are sleepless, restless, nervous, it's blood
congestion—blood pressure. That surely is a
certainty, for Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets stop
it In 20 minutes, and the tablets simply distribute
the unnatural blood pressure.
Bruise your finger, and doesn't it get red, and
swell, and pain youT Of course it does. It's con-
gestion, blood pressure. You'll find it where pain
U—always. It * simply Common Sense.
Wo wli at 25 ceuts, \nd cheerfully iw
CITY DRUG STORE.
DEATH OF YOIVG fslKL.
Remains of Mary Nelson, A god Thir-
teen, Interred at Forest Grove.
The funeral of Mary Nelson, a
bright thirte; n-year-old girl who liv-
ed wilh her widowed mother at
Faulkner, was conducted by Dr. 13.
R. King Wednesday afternoon, the
Interment being made at the Forest
Grove cemetery. She had been in ill
health for a long while, but her last
illness was only of a week's duration.
She and her mother resided with her
brother, William Nelson, In that
community. We exl< nd condolence
to the sorrowing mother and broth-
Is a soothing, healing balm containing
no drugs having a narcotic cffect It
quickly and soothes the congested
membranes and thoroughly heals and
cleanses. Valuable not only for
but relieves colds, throat troubles,
hay fever, "stopped-up" nose, etc.
We Guarantee Satisfaction.
JJuy a so cent tube of Noskna from
CliOWKR « WOODALL
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Sherman, Texas. July 27.—Work
has begun on the steel frame of the
Sherman-Dallas lnterurban bridge
over Post Oak Bayou In West Mid-
dleton street and also the steel via-
duct. which is to carry the Sherman-
Dallas tracks over the Fort Worth
and Rio Grande (Frisco) and to con-
nect with the steel bridge in course
of construction over Choctaw Bayou.
MOUNT /ION MEETING CIjOHED.
Quite a Number From Here Attend-
ed Sunday Night.
The protracted meeting conducted
by Rev. J. M. Bell at Mount Zlon,
closed Sunday night. A large con-
gregation wns present. The meeting
has been very successful. Among
those who attended from here were:
F. M. Hill and wife; Mrs. V. A.
Moore; John Thomas and wife; Rd
Bomar, Jim Walters and wife; Miss-
es Hudson and Holt; W. D. O'Gwin
and wife; Mrs. Nat Talklngton and
son, Nevell; Mrs. W. R. Hooker;
Qcorge Fox and wife; W. H. Horn,
wife and daughter, Miss Vera, and
others whose names we failed to get.
PROSPER HKVIVAL CLOSED.
Rev. •). II. Gober
The revival at the Prosper Metho-
dist church which has been conduct-
ed during the past two weeks by
Rev. J. B. Gober of this city, and
(he pastor, Rev. J. D. lludgins.
has closed. There were trlrty-flve
accessions during the meeting.
Hev. Gober has returned home
and filled his pulpit at the Metho-
dist church here Sunday morning
Price Stiff, loading grocer.
The Great Flesh Builder
Guaranteed to Increase the
weight of thin people or cure
any and every form of indiges-
tion or flolic or money refund-
ed. One bottle lasts :i to 4
weeks and increases your
weight from M to lu pounds.
It beautifies the complexion,
invigorates the constitution,
(pilots the nervous system, re-
lieves the constipation, disol-
ves gall stone, removes uric-
acid, rolieves rheumatism ren-
ovates I ho blood.
Clower & Woodall
Drafglfti. McKinney, Texas.
C. L. Whitehead and Miss Georgia
13. Tate bf the Climax community
were married at I! p. m. Friday while
sitting in a buggy near the north-
east corner of the spuare.
Rev. J. B. Gober tied the nptlal
knot in his most efficient manner and
we hope that the highest, joy and
happiness will ever attend the new-
ly wedded pair.
Col. Jim Dockins will poll off his
elgthth annual baby show on the last
day of the coming big picnic at 1 p.
m. Col. Dockins is a past master in
pulling off baby shows. He says
"there will be something doing this
year" as he already hus forty en-
tries and others are inqulriug, and
no doubt the"6 will be a hundred
entries or more when the time for
the big show arrives.
Mrs. J. L. Franklin Ib assistant
manager to Col. Dockins in the
show. Judges will be druwn from
every part of the county and the
awards will be made strictly ou mer-
it. Rvery father and mother invit-
ed to enter their little "cherub" pro-
vided It Is not over two years old.
No entry fee. Contest free for all
and all welcome und invited to enter.
Various merchants will offer addi-
tional premiums to those enumerat-
ed below, which will, no doubt, stim-
ulate further interest:
First premium on best developed
boy, under two years old, silver cup,
Second premium on best develop-
ed boy, under two years old, sliver
cup ,value 93.
Prettiest girl baby, under two
years old, gold locket, value $5.
Prettiest girl baby, under two
years old, gold ring, value $3.
Finest pair twiiiB. under two years
old, child's silver set (knife, fork
and spoon), value $r>.
Fattest baby, boy or girl, under
two years of age, child's rocker, val-
Prettiest red headed baby, under
two years old, special premium by
gentleman In McKinney.
Sweepstake, boy or girl, under
two years old, beauty und develop-
ment combined; premiums to be an-
< 'hronic Diarrhoea Relieved.
Mr. Rward R. Henry, with the
I'nited States Express Co., Chicago,
writes, "Our General Superintend-
ent, Mr. Quick handed me a bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ur
Diarrhoea Remedy some time ago
check an attack of the old chronic
diarrhoea. I have used it since that
time and cured many on our trains
who have been sick. I am an old
soldier who served with Rutherford
B. Hayes and William McKinley four
years In the 2!5rd Ohio Regiment,
end have no ailment except chronic
diarrhoea which this remedy stops
at once." For sale by Smith Bros.
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
Awgetabk Preparation far As
Promotes Digestion Jdimfiil-
ness und RestXontainsneiv
Aperferi Remedy forComflpt-
llon, Sour Stoniach.Dlarrton
Worms fonvuLswns .Few risk
nww and LOSS OF SEEEP.
HtcS'uuiie Signature of
At6 months old
j5 Dosfs-j5cf nts
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
TMt entrails oommnv. ncw •■nr.
IN SIT NX Y TEXNE88KK.
Invitations IIcccIvmI to the
Home Coming Week.
Prof. C. J. Denton, conductor of
the Collin County Summer Normal,
Is In receipt of one of the handsome
Invitations sent out by the Tennessee
Home Coming Committee, to attend
the First Home Coming Week of All
Tennesseeans September 23-2S, "To
meet all Tennesseeans from every
land, from every clime, as well as
thoH$ who still live In Sunny Tennes-
see." Enclosed with the invitation
is a beautiful poem by Grant land
Rice, a Tennessee poet, entitled
"The Old Cumberland's Calling
Come Home." A large number of
the sons and daughters of Tennessee
residing in Collin county will at-
tend tue reunion.
"Regular as the Sun."
Is an expression as old as the
race. No doubt the rising and set-
ting of the sun Is the most regular
performance In "the universe, unless
It Is the action of the liver and bow-
els'when regulated wjth Dr. King's
New Life IMIls. Guaranteed b>;
Smith Bros., druggists. 2,"ic.
EXCITING lU NAWAV.
Buggy Badly Damaged Though No
One Was Injured.
A runaway cnused considerable
excitement on the square about 10
o'clock Friday morning, though no
one was Injured. Miss Llllle Ward
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ( . D. Ward
residing some three or four miles
northwest of town, had driven In
town for her music lesson from Mrs.
E. E. King, and while the horse wns
hitched I11 front of the residence of
Dr. and Mrs. King, It became
frightened at a wood saw engine and
started on a wild run along South
Tennessee street, thence along ihe
south side of the square, then down
South Kentucky street. The buggy
struck a prist near Allison's wagon
yard, when the horse tore loose and
continued h!s run nlong Davis and
Tennessee streets hack to the square
where the animal was caught. The
buggy was badly broken up.
If your phy&iciaii finds your ailment obstinate
or peculiar and prescribes some new or rare drug,
you will save time by bringing your prescription
here. Our large prescription business and pat-
ronage of physicians rt quires 11s to keep many
drugs and preparations that most stores do not
Your prescription will be safest in the hands of
those familiar with these drugs, and you are al-
ways sure o*' scientific sarvice here at fairest pos-
Col. Ijowry's 15-Cent Trip.
riionius W. Perkins has written a
new song, You Will Never Miss the
Wagon in the Sweet Dry and Dry."
It Is dedicated to Col. James II. Low-
ry of the Honey Grove Sign *', auihor
of "How I Done Coney Islnnd On
Forty-Five Cents," a little brochure
Intended for distribution In dry dis-
tricts.—Dallas Times Herald.
The author of the aforesaid bro-
chure Is Intensely practical and se-
verely sincere. The burden of his
son« Is that Coney Island can he
done on forty-five cents, and he sub-
mits Ills own expense account as
proof of his claim. Here it Is: street
car fare 10 ccnts, sandwich 13 cents,
ride on figure-eight 10c, Klass of
milk G cents, contribution to the Sal-
vation Army 5 cents; total 4"> ccnts.
We know that figures are dry, but
so also is this district.—Honey
Have You Chills?
It cured your Pa and also your
Ma of chills in the long ngo aud it
will cure you now. It. has been test-
ed by time and Its merits hnve been
proven. We guarantee one bottle
to enre any one case of Chills. If
It falls your money Is ehee*flluy re-
funded—and Its name Is Cheatham's
Laxative Fruit Syrup
Pleasant to take
The new laxative. Does
not gripe or nauseate.
Cures stomach and liver
troubles and chronic con-
stipation by restoring the
natural action of the stom-
ach, liver and bowels.
substitute. Pries Ms
FOR SALE BY (SMITH BROS.
Luxury . . .
within reach of every home liow-
everhunible.Ice cream is healthful
too. BEST FREEZERS on tho
J. P. DOWELL'S
Hardware and Furniture
Shoe Hhop—Boot* and shoes made
and repaired by W. Murdock, «u<s
ceasor to R. L. Parker, west aid*
square, upstalra, owr Buttle • Sh<M
When you feel the need of a pill
take a DeWitt Little Early Riser.
Sold by City Drug Store.
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Perkins, Tom W. & Wilson, Walter B. The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 1, 1907, newspaper, August 1, 1907; McKinney, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth292005/m1/2/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.