The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1908 Page: 2 of 12
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Mrs. Will Ferguson of Bells has
arrived for a visit to h«r parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nenney.
This is Worth Remembering.
Whenever you have a cough or
cold, Just remember that Foley's
Honey and Tar will cure It. Do not
risk your health by taking any but
the genuine. It is In a yellow pack-
age. Smith Bros.
Lawyers' briefs, school catalogues,
booklets, and all kinds of line com-
mercial printing at this office.
Fresh snap beans at Price Stiff's.
Monarch brand grape juice is un-
equalled. Sold by Price Stiff.
.J. D. Morrow of Forest drove
community was here Saturday and
called to renew his subscription to
The Democrat-Gazette. We appre-
ciate your friendship and financial
assistance Mr. Morrow, and glad to
have you call on us.
Mrs. Wallace lluKhston has gone
to Oklahoma City to visit Mrs. W.
\V. Scott and to bring home her lit-
tle son, Thomas Dudley Hughston,
who has been visiting there.
Get Do Witt's Carbollzed Witch
Hazel Salve—it is good for piles.
Sold by Smith Bros.
Three cans nicest table peaches on
the market for 50c at Price Stiff's.
It is "High Time" You
Ordered A Spring Suit
Give Us Your Measure and
Our Tailors Do the Rest
"Satisfaction Must be Yours"
With hundreds of different pat-
terns from which to select—the new-
est 1908 fabrics—we ask that we
make your "New Spring Suit."
We tailor to fit and please so that
you may join the hundreds of men
who recommend our work.
HccomingncNH to the 1111111 Is "our
long suit." hence our success in
It costs nothing to view our dis-
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suit made—can we serve you?
We clean, press and dye—Ladies
Skirts a specialty.
See our new stock of Misfits. Some
DOGGETT & CLIFTON,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
We do a general law and real estate business; we render and
pay taxes for non-residents, rent property and collect the rents,
and we handle all the Idle money that is entrusted to us and
put the name to work. If you are Interested In real estate
either as a buyer or seller, It will pay you to call and see us.
We have lands for sale in aIn?ost every county In the state,
and we have several good gins, well located, in this and Den-
ton county, that we will trade for land* in almost any county
So the state. «
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DEATHS IN COLLIN.
Several Have Crowned (titer to Join
Taylor Elliott, aged 35 yearn died
at the home of Mrs. Nora Baker, two
miles north of Farmersivllle Sunday
morning at 5 o'clock, after fifteen
duys Illness with pneumonia. In-
terment in Huson cemetery, Kev. J.
It. Wages conducting the funeral
services. Mr. Elliott leaves a bride
of Just a little over 2 months, having
beeu married to Miss Samanthia
Hickman, daughater of Ned Hick-
man of that vicinity, latter part of
lust December. He was manager of
the Baker & Klllott store, formerly
known as Baker's store and owned
half interest In the business. He
«hn a most excellent man and enjoy-
ed the good will of everyone.
Tom II. Cain.
Totu B. Cain, who resides on the
farm of Dr. J. M. Andrews, five and
one half miles north of Karinersville
In Boggy community, died Friday at
JO o'clock, after a week's illness of
pneumonia. Interment I11 the Odd
Fellows' cemetery at Farmersvllle
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rev.
A. .1. Dunn of Boggy community con-
ducting the funeral services.
Little Arthur Hoy.
Arthur Box, 3-year-old son of Mrs.
J. K. Box of Climax, died Tuesday
morning at 9 o'clock, after two or
three weeks of pneumonia. Inter-
ment. in Pleasant Grove cemetery
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
Rev. I, A. West of Karinersville con-
ducting the funeral services. The
father of thv child died only about a
Uncle Albert Gilder, aged 7G
years, died at the home of his s'011,
Emmet Gilder, in Copeville, Sunday
morning at 4 o'clock, of old age. In-
terment that evening in Thompson
cemetery, just beyond Copeville.
Thompson Station, Tenn., Nov. 17,
190S. Mr. J. Wesley Milam, Nash-
ville, Tenn. Dear Sir: I have been
taking your Mineral Water for stoni-
ache trouble and It has helped me
more than anything 1 have ever tak-
en. ScWI write you asking what is
the least y<$u will send me one dozen
bottles to Thompson Station, Tenn.,
for. Please answer by return mail
as 1 am anxious to know.
F. B. BAKER,
R. R. 1.
Milam Water Is an artiflcal Miner-
al Water. (Concentrated) A scien-
tific preparation that cures the fol-
lowing diseases: Indigestion, gall
stone and 01 her forms of colic. Gas-
tritis, chronic appendicitis, nervous-
ness, melancholic (the blues) rheu-
matism, nervous headache, syphlls
and other blood diseases and all dis-
eases of the liver and kidneys, stom-
aclie and bowels. Sold by ClouAer &
Woodall, (Druggists,) McKinney,
BIG MACHINE ORDERED.
To lie Added to McKiuney Light iiihI
The McKinney Electric Light and
Motor Power Company has just
closed a contract with ttfe General
Electric Company of New York for
a one hundred horse power machine,
to supply direct current tor motor
and fan circuits. Heretofore the
motors and fans have been run by
an alternating current, but it Is said
that the direct current supplied by
this big new machine will be much
more satisfactory in every respect.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is a
new remedy, an Improvement on
the laxatives of former years, as it
does not glipe or nauseate and Is
pleasant to lake. It is guaranteed.
KNOWS HIS BUSINESS.
W. ('. Gray, the I'ainter, Has Been
Here Since I KM I.
In our rounds, we visited the car-
riage, buggy and paint shops of W.
C. Gray, the wellknown painter, who
has been located In McKinney since
1SN4. He knows his business, Is a
good square man. and is enjoying a
good business. Now is a mighty
good time to have your buggy, car-
riage and other vehicles painted and
varnished 11 p. and W. C. Gray would
like to do It for you. Flrstclass work
and prompt service.
PUNK FOOD COMMI1
Urges Cluba to Appoint Mo*
Pure Food Work.
It's a Hustler.
Hunt's LightniuK Oil Is tip and do-
ing all the time. It cures your aches,
pains, cuts, burns, and bruises while
you sleep. Rub a little on your mis-
ery and feel It disappear.
FOR SALE—On North Co' —
street, lot 100 by 160, flve-i«<um
house In good coudltlon, city water,
young orchard and grape vineyard.
Price $ 1000.—McKinney Realty Co.,
Frank G. Dowell. Mgr.
Money to loan on farm lands.
Vender lien notes taken up and ex-
tended.—L. J. Truott, McKinney,
Allegrettl'a randy, the finest yet
sold at City Drug Store.
We urge that all clubs rceate Pure
Food Com mi tees, If they have not al-
ready done so, and to send the chair-
men's names to the State Committee.
Your State Committee urges all lo-
cal committees to make and publish,
monthly, "white lists." containing the
names of grocers, butchers, confec-
tioners, etc., who maintain clean, neat
premises, and who protect food on
sale from dust and files. Meat hang-
ing outside a butcher shop! tub but-
ter, exposed in an uncovers d condi-
tion; berries and other foodB exposed
to dust in violation of the pure food
Host dealers will honestly get Into
and stay In the "white list." The
plan has worked splendidly wherever
tried. Regarding dealers who pei>
elstently stay In the "black list." we
urge that their names be quietly sent
to Dr. Abbott. He Is more than wil-
ling to meet every woman's effort and
make It effective.
Dr. Abott wants every housewife In
the State to send him any article of
food or drug thut she deems suspi-
cions. giving him the name of dealer
and manufacturer. This will not In-
volve her In a legal action, but It will
give our commissioner a hint, as to
where he may find adulterated foods.
MRS. ('REE T. WORK.
MRS. B. G. BIDWELL,
MRS. T. W. WILEY,
Machines, all kinds records
Machines at half price.
All the latest Sheet Music.
PURE FOOD REGULATIONS.
Letter From State Commissioner Ab-
bott to Texas Club Women.
The following letter is sent out to
Hie chairmen of Pure Food Commit-
tees by Dr. Abbott. Dairy and Food
Commissioner, advising them about
pure food laws:
Denton, Tex., Feb. 2S.—Dear Mad-
am: In enforcing the pure food law.
we deem It best to begin the work
on the most essential articles of diet,
namely, milk, bread, meat butter. Wo
have found Illegal colors mid pre-
servatives in practically every butch-
er shop in Dallas. Temple, Waco and
Austin. The color has been found
in every ease to be "Msmark Brown."
It has been sold under various trade
names, such as "Zanzibar Carbon,"
"Zulu Red." etc. It is a poisonous
Coal-tar color. The preservative is
usually borax or boraclc acid and is
sold under various trade names also,
such as "Preservaline," "Refrlgerlne,"
etc. Please semi In samples of the
colors and preservatives used by your
In samples of milk or other liquids,
four ounces is sufficient. Get a four-
ounce bottle from your druggist. Sev-
eral articles may be packed In one
bundle and sent to us hv express,
paid here. Label each article In the
ftackage so that we may be able to
identify It. This department will pay
the expense of postage, tnittles, ex-
press. stationery, etc., incurred In
this work. We have only $;i00 with
which to pay for all expenses of trav-
el. hotel bills, laboratory supplies, etc.,
until appropriation is made by the
legislature. The law regulating the
sale of milk is defective. We could
not win a suit under it, but we shall
examine milk just the same and Ret
whatever good from the law we can.
Send samples of anything of a sus-
picious nature that may be brought
to your notice, such as satre, shred-
ded coaeoanut, vinegar, extracts, ci-
der, soft drinks. Hour, baking powder,
lard, molasses, olive oil.mUk. butter,
etc. It is unnecessary to send arti-
cles that were In the hands nf deal-
ers when the law was passed March
2. 19(>7. Dealers have until June 1.
190S, in which to get rid of such ar-
ticles or to have them properly la-
The law regulating the sale ofvine-
trar is also defective. It Is not neces-
sary to send samples of any vinegar
except those that are called apple
vinegar, wine vinegar or malt, vinegar.
The law is also defective in regard
to the use of saccharine, benzoate of
soda, and preservatives generally.
Under separate cover we are send-
ing you a copy of Uie pure food law.
Our best work this year must lie In
making friends with thehonest deal-
ers and manufacturers, and advising
with the on the best methixlsi of
remedying the defects of the law, and
educating them on the adulterations
that are practiced, and on the poison-
ous colors and preservatives in use.
We must Inform the butchers, con-
fectioners and bottlers what colors
they may use.
Coal tar colors allowed:
Red—Amaranth, ponceau 3-R, eryth-
Orange—Orange No. 1.
Green—Light green S. F., yellowish.
Vegetable colors are. for the most
part, harmless and are .threfore, al
Preservatives allowed : Salt, salt
peter, wood smoke, vinegar, pepper
and benzoateof soda to the extent of
1 per cent.
fer to nsslst 11s. When we get our
nillnxs printed, we shall send you a
copy of them, which will assist you In
the interpretation of the law.
J. S. ABBOTT.
Dairy and FoodCommiasloner.
Dr. W. F. Wolford is here from
Miss Elsie Williams returned to
Rheas Mill today after a visit of sev-
eral days to her sisters In tills city.
James H. Warden left today for
■ Yoakum where he will be checked in
as Wells-Fargo agent at that place.
He doesn't know yet whether he will
accept the position us a permanent
one or not.
G. M. D. Williams, the big Rheas
Mill farmer, cheered us with a visit
today and renewed for another year
about his nineteenth consecutive
year. Mr. Williams says wheat and
oats are looking fine, corn planting
I will commence.
Hon. E. W, Kirkpatrlck and See-
; retary W. 11. Carnes of the McKin-
ney Commercial Club returned last
night from Fort Worth where they
went as delegates from the Club to
the State meeting of representatives
of the Agricultural and Commercial
Interests of Texas.
MAY ERECT BUILDING.
Frisco Considering Putting Up 915,-
OOO School House.
Prof. O. W. West, principal of
Frisco public schools and a promi-
nent aspirant Tor county superin-
tendent of public schools, was In Mc-
Kinney Saturday. He reports good in-
terest I11 educational matters at Fris-
co, with a scholastic enrollment of
2 I X. in fact Frisco is seriously con-
sidering the advisability of erecting
a $15,000 new school building. Prof.
West went north 011 the afternoon
train to visit his parents at Donna,
this county, where he was raised.
7 kit U„.A Wnn U .«
Lagrlppe and cough medicines of
all kinds at City Drug Store. ,
Now is the Time.
On North Chestnur street, lot 100
by 200, with 8-room house and good
outbuildings. As the owner Is not a
resident of the state, will take $750
for a few weeks only.—McKinney
Realty Co., Frank O. Dowell, Mgr.
Fresh snap beans at Price Stilt's.
A. E. Buck returned this morning
from the fine horse and stock show
at Fort Worth. He tells us that
the show was the best, I11 Ills opin-
ion, ever held in Texiis or the South-
west, and Avner ought to know, be-
cause Texas hasn't a man better up
on horses than he.
Prof. s. J. Williams, leader of
the Farmersville Wodmen band, is
in the city today enr ute home from
a business trip In West Texas, Hall
county, where he went to purchase a
gin. He says that his band of 24
pieces will be here on schedule time
to play for the Woodmen rally on
the evening of the 20th.
Order them ndw and have them
Six Year Old Stallion
Women as Well as Men Are
Miserable by Kidney and
Kidney trouble preys ujmui the mind,
discourages and lessens ambition; beauty,
vigor and cheerful-
m-ss soon disappear
when the kidneysare
out of order or dis-
Kidney trouble ha*
become ,;o prevalent
that it is not uncom-
mon for a child to lie
born afflicted with
weak kidneys. If the
child urinates toooften, if the urine scald;
the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an
age when it should be able to control the
passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet-
ting, depend upon it. the cause of thedifii-
culty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
the kidneys ami bladder and not to a
habit as most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made miser-
able with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect ol
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty-
cent and one-dollar
size bottles. You may
have a sample lxHtle
bv mail free, also a Home ot Swamp-Hoot,
pamphlet telling all about Swamp Root,
including many of the thousands of testi-
monial letters received from sufferer?
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co..
Pingbamton, N. Y., be sure and mention
this paper. Don't make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, find the ad-
dress, Bingbaint'jn, N. Y., on every
SHOOTING IN FORT WORTH.
lister Branch Gives Bond in Sum of
As n result of a shooting affray In
Fort Worth Thursday night, during
which Ed Ollcrton, sa brick mason,
was wounded, Lester Branch, for-
merly of this city, appeared before
Justice Maben Friday morning, nnd
gave bond I11 the mini of $1000. The
shooting Is said to have occurred
from the results of what started a
a friendly altercation. It Is not
thought that Oiler ton's wounds are
of a serious nature.
Description: Dappled, chestnut
sorrel, .4-year-old stallion, 16 1-4
hands high and weighs 1200 pounds.
Double galled, trotter and pacer.
Trial Mark: Pacing, 1-2 mile 1:05;
Racked mile 2:23 1-2; Trotted mile
2:30. Fine style.
Breeding: Rpxle was sired by
Rattle Brooks Jr. 052S, (4) br. h.
foaled IS85; by Rattler Brooks,
0527; dam Fanny Warren, by John
Woolsey Jr. Bred by A. P. Warren;
passed to W. A. Amis, Waxahachie,
Texas. Record 2:32. Sire of Patsey
Brooks 2:i9 1-2.
Rattler Brooks, (4) eh. h. foaled
1X79; by Earnhardt's Brooks; dam
by Pat Malone. Bred by Joe Lay,
Petersburg, Tenn.; passed to Clif-
ton Rhodes; then to Frank G. Bu-
ford, Buford, Tenn.; then to Edward
L. Rose, Dayton, Ohio. Record
2:23 1-4. Sire of Lucy K., 2:21 1-4,
Roxle's Dam, Inola, (0) b. m.
foaled 1X91; by Grernan, 7824; dam
Mhf McAlister by Gambetta, 1172,
etc. (See Miss McAlister, val
XII.) Bred by G. M. & J. A. Lee.
Danville, Ky.; passed to E. S. Per
ryman, Chicago, III.
Roxle will make the 1908 Season
at Ram bo's Park.
See me for further Information.
w. R. VIER
Our good friend G. B. Dodson. of
Princeton, renews allegiance to the
Weekly Denrfocrat-Gasette and takes
the Dallas News at clubbing rute—
both papers one year for $1.7-6. In
company with his wife and children,
Cora, Millie and Jesse, Mr. Dodson
visited our office Saturday nnd
watched- our printing plant in oper-
ation. David Callahan accompanied
them. Friends are always welcome
at our office.
A double cousin in blood lines to
the famous Rockefeller; was sired
by Curtis Squirrel; he by Black
Squirrel; dnin, Black Topsy, she by
Black Squirrel; second dam thorough
bred, thus netting a close double-
cross of Black Squirrel, giving him
B0 per cent, of his blood: this makes
him the strongest bred Black Squlr-
stnlllon In Texas. He is Just the
«e to breed Lincoln King and
ckefeller mares to. While I don't
claim great show ring records for
him, he Is a splendid saddle horse
and has won first In roadster harness
rings at Dallas fair. But 1 do claim
through his blood lines he Is able to
produce, and Is as good and sure a
breeder as there Is In Texas. He has
plenty of size, with great style, and a
good seal brown In color. Will make
the season at Bumbo's Park, for $l'
the season or $15 to Insure maru
with foal, or $20 for living colt. See
W. R. Vler at. the park, or C. C.
llutcherson at McKinney.
Pasture Furnished free to patron-
izing mares left with us.
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Perkins, Tom W. & Wilson, Walter B. The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1908, newspaper, March 19, 1908; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth292038/m1/2/: accessed September 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.