The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 1, 1907 Page: 3 of 12
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THB WRJ15KLT DEMOCRAT-OAZBTTB, THURSDAY, AUGUST I, 1 07.
Dor.': waste any
time trying to get a
There is none I
For over forty years competitors have been
hustling to equal "Star" quality—to equal 4,Star"
sales—to equal "Star" value—and: till "Star" sells
as much as any other five brands put together.
PLUG CHEWflNG TOBACCO
is made only of choicest ripe, sweet,
elastic leal which chews waxy and
rich until every bit of the wholesome
juice iiJ chewed out of it.
A J Oc. piece of " Star " lasts twice
as long as bigger pieces of cheaper
kinds—which makes " Star" the most
economical chew in the long run.
No satisfaction like a -'Star" chew!
/JO,000,000 lOc. paces sold annually.
In All Stores
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❖ RHAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. ❖
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G. A. Amis e( al to Emma J. Han-
dle. lot. in Wylle, land exchange.
John McCoy et ux to K. M. Moore,
20 acrca W. W. Bell. $600.
S. Fltzliugh et ux to T. B. Wilson,
lot In McKinney, Short's Addition,
Henry Behn et ux 10 R. L. Hlght,
2 lots in McKinney, $100.
G. U. Yeatts et ux to H. W. Hen-
derson, 1 acre Samuel Pugh sur-
> vey, $800.
H. VV. Henderson to G. B. Yeatts,
1 acre Samuel Hugh survey, $750.
W. H. Chambers et al to A. P.
Rogers, — acres. $! 28.50.
McKindra Smith, attorney-in-fact,
to W\ V*. Kerr, lot in Walnut Grove
T. M. Young et ux to Chas. 11.
Shehane, 4 lots in Allen, $ 1200.
Gulf Colorado & Santa Fe R. R.
Co. to C. V. Byrd, lot in Copeville,
R. I,. Obenchnln et ux to Jas. W
Field, lot In McKinney, $225.
S. C. Beaty and husband to It. L.
Douglati, (JO acres D. G. Odell,
C. O. Jones et ux to H. A. Kiatler,
lot in McKinney, $1150.
W. H. Webb et ux to T. H. Clark,
— acres Lewis McNeil, $K?oo.
G. W. Coffin ah et al to Ellsa Col-
lins, — acres — survey, (quit
Desoto Collins to Texns Invest-
ment Company, 30 acres — survey,
S. Fltzhugh et ux to J. G. Fltz-
hugli et al, lot In McKinney, $434.50
L. H. Cook ot al <0 Z. H. Cook,
2.76 acres Joseph Klepper survey,
157 acres Moses A. Jackson, 23 acres
Moses A. Jackson, 67 acres Samuel
Young: surveys (Quit Claim).
John Cook to 55. H Cook, 23 acres
Moses A. Jackson, $750.
J. W. Combest to John Coffey, 5
acres Jonathan Douthett, $ -.
N. H. Hampton et ux to B. D. Cow-
ling. 45 1-2 acres II .P. ltorton sur-
Lee Guthrie et ux to G. f). Miller,
3 lots in Anna, $1000.
S. B .Davidson et ux to Miller
Bros. — acres W. H. Kuykendall
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❖ VITAL STATISTICS. ❖
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O. G. Spruill and wife, Farmers-
Kenith Thompson and wife, Far-
Jim Wisdom and wife, Farmers-
Bun Byrd and wife, Farmersville,
Henry Grimes and wife, Pike, girl.
Doe Hoberson and wife. Pike, boy.
Albert Wood and wife, Pike, girl.
W. H. Tysinger and wife, Joseph-
ine, twin girls.
James O. Kane and wife, Joseph-
Ed Williams and wife, Altoga, girl
J. Z. Dlllard and wife, Altoga,
Luther Mitchell and wife, Altoga,
R. W. Dyer and wife, Westmin
Jim Carzine and wife, Wylle, sir!.
W. L. Callloway and wife, Wylle,
Chas. Watts and wife, McKinney,
John N. Holt and wife, Altoga,
Henry Alder and wife, Altoga,
John Turner and wife, Altoga,
Henry Watson and wife, Wylle,
Albert Parker and wife, Wylle,
Clem Hefner and wife, ,Wylle,
Arthur Anglen and wife, Climax,
Scott Morris and wife, JoBcphine,
Groves Gaither and wife, Climax,
George Chad wick and wife, Vero-
Robert Caldwell and wife, Cli-
W. H. Carter and wife, Roland,
W. H. Kimxey and wife, Farmere-
Thou. Cates and wife, Farmerh-
C. T. Knox and wife, Copeville,
Jack Brawley and wife, Copeville,
George Cunningham, aged 16
years, Celina, typhuid fever.
Julia 8. Rucker, 82 years, Melissa,
John Hendrlx, 25 years, Farmers-
Mrs. Tennle Marrow, 65 years,
Joseph Travino, 59 years, cancer
DINTING t'IKIIKD PEOPLE.
Former Pupils of Grayson College,
Who ltellect Credit.
Hon. F. F. Hill, late candidate for
Lieutenant Governor of Texas; Hon.
T. O. Murray, member of Legislat-
ure: Hon. J. 11. Chambers, Atoka,
Okla., member of Constitutional
Convention; J. H. Bright, city super-
intendent, Granbury, Texas; S. S.
Stroup. Professor in Grayson Col-
lege; P. L. Miller, cushler, Farmers-
ville; W. S. Vernon, cashier, Coweta,
Ok.; Benton Graham, teacher, Plain-
view; Ernest Melton, Allen; Miss
Julia Vernon, teacher; Misa Velma
Scott; T. A. Stroup, Verona; James
Pendleton, Farmersville; Miss Eu-
nice Baumgardner, Frlscv
Dormitory for young ladles under
care of president. Dormitory for
young men under care of Prof. Ab-
ney. Beautiful surroundings, able
faculty In literature, music, art and
oratory. Write for catalogue.
F. E. BUTLER,
Bill Etherly Is visiting relatives
in Dallas county.
A ten dayB' meeting began at Lib-
erty Saturday night.
Alex Hill and wife are the proud
parents of a baby girl
Prince Lanier of Roland *vlslfcd
Andrew Duncan recently.
There Is much talk of the boll
weevil and we are feeling a little
Ben Brown of Holand astd Miss
Beulah Hunter were marrle.l yester-
day at the residence of Elder C
Hern. Both are well kmAii ana
popular young people and we wl3h
John Norrls of the Vinelarul com-
munity visited J. 1.. Kirklun 1 and
wife Sunday. ,
Oscar, the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Baxter died the 13th.
In their affliction the bereaved ones
have our deepest sympathy.
Franklin, July 25.
Commonly cause pimples, boila, hives, menu
or Malt rheum, or tuiue other form tf erup-
tion; but sometimes they exist in the system,
indicated by feeling* of weakness, languor,
loss of appetite, or general debility, without
causing any breaking out.
Hood's Karsaparilia expels tbem. renovates,
■trengtlieiiN and tones the whole system.
Tbis Is tbu testimony of thousands annually.
Accept no substitute, but insist 011 having
In UHiial liquid form or In chocolated tablets
luiowu ua Sorsatabs. 100 doses i.
For Sale by Smith Bros.
ff TO THE PUBUC
A. .1. Tebbe of Chicago, represent-
ing a hit; wholesale fruit and vegeta-
ble company of that city. Is in Mc-
Kinney buying up the onions of Col-
lin county onion growers for ship-
ment to his house. He has purchas-
ed about ten cars from Messrs.
Woods and W. A. Hall northwest of
town, four cars from T. 11. Muse, 01
the same vicinity and smaller
amounts from different growers of
the county, the total amount so far
aggregating twenty-five cars. Spec-
imen crates of the onions, in a new
crate manufactured by a Texas
house located at Paris, was express-
ed from 1 his city last evening by .Mr.
Tebbe, and J. K. Warren who repit?-
sents the crate manufacturing com-
pany at Paris.
This will lie the biggest shipment
of onions to one house ever made
from Collin county and in coti'ersa-
tlon with a representative of this pa-
per today Mr. Tebbe said that if the
onions were equal to the specimens
he had examined the growers of
Collin county would never experience
any trouble In finding a ready mark-
et in Chicago for all the onions they
might raise, at a good price. The
first car will be shipped out from
here this week and they will contin-
ue to no forward as rapidly as pos-
sible. Mr. Tebbe received a tele-
gram from his house today instruct-
ing him to purchase an additional
ten cars of onions from this section.
At the end of this our first year's
buBinetis, we wish to thauk our
friends and customers for the liber-
al share of business entrusted to us.
Notwithstanding most other banks
at this time of >ear are losing de-
posits, ours continue to steadily in-
crease and we want you to know we
appreciate your banking accounts.
A hearty welcome always to all who
visit our office ou business or other-
"YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT THE CONTINENTAL'
CONTINENTAL BANK & TRUST CO.
JAS. W. FIELDS, President. G. M. ALSUP, Cashier.
We buy from the best manufacturers. We know the Jewelry business—know
where how and when to buy. If n rln^r, pin, 1. watch, or any other article of Jew-
elry whatever, ever noes from our store tind Ik not as represented, we are here to
give satisfaction and make it good. We want your Jewelry trade—and we shall al-
ways try to deserve It.
Established 30 Years. THE JEWELER. McKinney, Texas
l>o You Itch?
It so, you know the sensation is
not an agreeable one, and hard to
cure unless the proper remedy id
Hunt's Cure is the King of all
skin remedies. It cures prompt
any itching trouble known. No mat-
ter the name or place. One appli-
cation relieves—on-4 box is absolute-
ly guaranteed to cur .
Notice of Final Account.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of
P. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the City of Toledo, county and
Stale aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case
of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day or December.
A. D. 1 S&ti. A. W. QLEASOT?,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter-
nally, -and acts directly 011 the
blood and mucous surfaces of tin
system. Send for testimonials free
F. J. CHENEY & CO..
Sold by all druggists, 7!>c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
Big ABSortment from which to
choose your wall paper pattern
from at Itliea & Scott's.
Paints, oil and varnishes, window
glass and wall paper—City Drug
J. C. floore
AFTER 30 YEARS
In the Implemc-Bt business I am now offering the most complete line
of Farm Implements ever brought o McKinuey, consisting of Stand-
ard and John Deere Cultivators, plows, etc, Newton and Mitchell
wagons, Buckeye and Columbia Grain Drills, Lightning, Buffalo, Ad-
miral and Rapid-fire Haypresses, Hay ties, Reeves Engines, Thresh-
ers and Clover Ilullers, Deering Binders aud Mowers, Leather and
Rubber Belting, Hose, packing, etc, Machine oil and Cup Greasers,
in fact everything needed by the farmer, thresherinan, gin or mill
man, at prices that defy competition. Call and be convinced.
J. C. MOORE
South Kentucky Street, McKinney, Texas.
No. 1 748. The State of Texas. To
the Sheriff or any Constable of
Cordelia Watson Adtnrx, of the
Estate of C. H. Watson, Dee'd having
filed in our County Court her Final
Account of the condition of the Es-
tate of said C. II. Watson, deceased
together with an application to he
discharged from said Administra-
You are Hereby Commanded, That
by publication of this Writ for
twenty days in a Newspaper regular-
lj published In the County of Collin,
you give due notice to all persons
interested in the Account for Final
Settlement of said Estate, to file
their objections 1 hereto, if any they
have, 011 or before the October Term,
1 it07, of said County Court, com-
mencing and to be holden at the
Court House of said County, in the
City of McKinney, on the 3rd Mon-
day in October A. D. 1907, when
said Account and Application will
be considered by said Court.
Witness. L. A. Sears, Clerk of the
County Court of Collin County, Tex-
Given Under My Hand and seal
of said Court, at my office, in the
City of McKinney, this 2:ird day of
July, A. D. 1907.
L. A. SEAKS,
By W. S. KEEN,
Waxahachle. Texas, A E. TURNER, LL. D.. President
lioeuted In the heart of the most prosperous section of the state, In a beautiful town
of SOOOpeop'e. Haw three modern and h'indsome bulldlntfs, offering every necessary
facility for the prosecution of u college course. The dormitory system, for both sexes,
Is th? best to be found in the Southwest. Kine artesian wiiter from n well 13C0 feet
deep, and location on an elevation overlooking the town, Insure healthful conditions.
Faculty of twenty professors and assistants represents ten different universities and
colleges. Three literary courses, lending to degrees and special departments
of music, oratory, art and commerce, which award certlflcstes on com-
pletion of courses. Music department maintains glee clubs, band, string quartette
and vocal quintette, and its production of Haydn's "Creat'on" at the last commence-
ment was one of the most notable musical events In the history of the State. Envi-
able record In baseball and football, which are supervised by the Faculty, no student
being allowed to join university team without consent of parent or Kuardlan. Religious
influences are especially strong and make it easy fora student to do r.ght. Next term
begins Wednesday, September iHth. Catalogue and full information upon application
to ' THE REGISTRAR.
Piles get quick and certain relief
from Dr. Shoop's Masjic Ointment
1'lea.te note It Ib made alone for
Files, and Its action is positive and
certain. Itching, painful, protrud-
ing or blind piles disappear llks
magic by Its use. Larpe nickel-cap-
ped glass Jars &0e. Sold by City
Come to Bristol's Fountain
\V here all kinds of delightful cooling ch inks are dispensed.
It is Northpole weather mixed with flavors from tropics-
just the temperature and taste everybody wants on a hot day.
Delicious lee Cream Soda, Cool sparkling Mineral Water.
Refreshing Medical Diinks, Kgg drinks, Lemonade.
Meet your girl at "IIHINTOLS FOUNTAIN" and the
future is no longer doubtful.
CITY DRUG STORE
♦ "In Business For Your Health"
^ Have your tried our Evipiisite Fresh Candy—Allegfette
llltVAN HKSCI'KS WOMAN.
J. R. Stanley, hors« rtioer and
blacksmith, has been In the business
In McKinney for eight years. d*tf
The best looking houses are
painted with Hnrrlson's "Town and
Country" paint. Is yourBf—J. M.
Wilcox & Son. dwtf
Money to Lonn on farm lands.
Vendor lien notes taken up and ex-
tended.—L. J. Truett, McKinney,
Let us help you plan your decora-
tions, wall paper and mouldings of
all designs at City Drug Store.
Try a fruit cream noda at our
fountain—City Drug Store, wtf
Auto ('rashes Info One in Which lit
Storm Lake, Iowa, July 2*5. Hon.
VV. .1. Bryan Is not to lie outdone b>
Fairbanks. He rescued a Storm Lake
woman from an autofhoblle accident
here yesterday. He was being driv-
en to the lake In an auto after ad-
dressing the Chautauqua, and a atop
was made when an automobile which
wub being driven by Mrs. E. B. Stlll-
mHii of Correctlonvllle, Iowa, crash-
ed into his car. Mrs. H. W. Deal,
who occupied the rear car, was hurl-
ed to the ground and slightly Injur-
ed. Mr. Bryan sprang out and lift-
ing Mrs. Deal into the car, he crank-
ed it and they started off.
I'ltOIIIISITIO.N FOR (JROKGIA.
Majority of Wnrly Four-Fifths Fa*
vors IViiuiiig Itill.
Atlanta, (la., July 27. - Georgia's
prohibition bill, now pending before
the lower house, will be made the
special order of business for Tuas-
day, July 80, and a final vote will
be taken that day. This agreement
was leached In the house today.
With a majority of nearly four-flftha
favoring the hill, which has already
been passed by the senate, and with
Governor Smith pledged to sign the
bill when it shall be passed, prohi-
bition in Georgia appears to be a
Watermelons at Barnes A Gerrlsh
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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/m1/3/: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.