The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 19, 1912 Page: 2 of 24
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was established forty-three years
Many of ith large accounts of to-
day began us small ones in Its early
Your SMALL account has tho
eamo ( banco of hc-coming a large
one of (lie future.
Ho why not begin now as a de-
positor wiiii tills bank and |>ut Its
Influence and aid back of your af-
The First National Bank
4 per cent interest paid on sav-
John Lovejoy, President.
Francis H. Welch, Vice Pres.
Frod EJrnerson, Active Vice Pres.
Howell E. Smith, Cashier.
J. Q. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier.
Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier.
THE WEEKLY I> KM OCR AT-GAZETTE. TH1HHDAY, I)KC. 1 ,
SHOES ARE USEFUL GIFTS. ESPECIALLY IS THIS TRUE
WITH SHORN BOUGHT AT SUTTLE'S. t*>MK IN' AND SEE
THR EXCELLENT LINE WE ARE NOW SHOWINCI.
WD CT TTTT TP "NOTHING
■ * ■ w 1 1 I in BUT SHOES"
Another bold daylight robbery oc-
curred near the city Friday at
about 11.30, when J. C. Garrison, a
young man who is visiting relatives
here from Marvsvlile, Oa., was hel l
up at. the point ot a pistol, shot
through the hand win n he was slow
in complying with the command,
and was rollovod of a purse contain-
Young Mr. Oar*- son, who. as stat-
ed above, is visiting here, was out
for n walk about the city, and had
gone to the bridge which spans East
Fork about a mllo east of the Itusi-
nohs section of the city. Just after
he left the bridge, a negro sprang
out of the brush and ordered him to
throw up his hands. Being slow In
complying with the command, th<-
negro fired a shot from the pistol,
the bullet, penetrating and passing
entirely through Garrison's hand.
He then threw up his hands, and the
nagro desperado searched his pock-
ets, taking a purse containing about
$70, and then making his escape.
Officers were at once notified, and
Sheriff Robertson and Deputy Will
Burgess were soon on the ground and
began a search for the highwayman,
but so far no trace of him haa been
found. Mr. Garrison, after notify-
ing the sheriff's office, went to a phy-
sician's office where his wounded
hand was dressed. The wound,
while quite painful, is not considered
Mr. Garrison describes the negro
as being a mulatto, of medium build
wearing a plack suit of clothes and a
When you feel Last,
Stretchy, H*lf Bk-fi. •
Blue and Out of Sort*,
look to tfee Liver; It Is
Is tke Remedy You Need.
It Is nn invlgontlnjr tonic for
a torpid liver. Tho flrat dose
brings Improvement, a few days
uao puts tho llvrr in nno vigor-
ous condition. Ucrbine also ex-
tends its restorative Influence
to tho stomach nn 1 bowels. It
helps digestion and food assimi-
lation, purities tho bowils and
brlnKs buck tho habit of regu-
lar dally bowel movements.
When tho stomach, liver and
bowels aro active, bilious Im-
purities no longer obstruct
functional procosKcs, the result
of which is renewed energy,
mental activity and cheerful
Price BOe per Dottle.
| Jsme«F.Dsllard,Prop. 8t.Loult.Mo.
Use Stephens Eye 8alvs for
8ore Eyes. It Cures.
1 3ocoAno Rtcowncwoio
Leave for St. IjoiHs.
Judge and Mrs. L. C. Clifton re-
ceived a message I'roni St. Louis
Thursday announcing the serious ill-
ness of their daughter, Mrs. Jesse
Speight, at her home In that city.
Mrs. Clifton and daughter, Miss Car-
rie, left, that night lor St. Louis to
attend thtir daughter and sister's
bedside. Tho many friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Clifton hope for their
daughter a speedy recovery.
One of Dan Jones' pretty rent
houses in Urbanton, which was oc-
cupied by Mr. Charley Ussery and
family, together with the household
goods, was destroyed by fire Friday
morning about 10 o'clock. The fire
boys made a quick run to the fire,
but despite their efficient service and
hard work, the fire had gained such
headway that they could not save
Mrs. Tom Beverly, who had been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Walter How-
ell, and other relatives hero, has
gone to Mineral Wells for a short
stay before returning to her home at
Willie Thompson of Blue Rid?}
wis a business visitor in McKinney
The business men of McKinney
are now enjoying a sjjlemiid Holiday
trade, but friends, remember it will
soon be too late to shop early.
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We are exchanging meal and hulls for cotton seed i !i
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on the same basis we have been doing in the past: $
3,500 Pounds Hulls, 500 Pounds Meal if
FOR TON OF SEED
No better time to leave your seed for exchange than now, when you aro having your cotton
ginned. You can get your hulls or meal at such times as suits your convenience. The corn crop
was light In most localities and only a few farmers have sufficient grain to run them. Our advice is to
save your grain for late spring and summer feeding and feed some meal and hulls to your stock dur-
ing the winter and spring. Tho value of hulls and meal as a food for stock, hogs and poultry it too
well and generally known to need any discussion of their merits, except to stato it. is the cheapest
food on the market Further, it is a homo production and the Increase of its use will corresponding-
ly enhance the value of yourcotton seed from which it is made. Every farmer should keep a sup-
ply of meal and hulls on hand the entire year.
Try some on your milk cow and watch the results In milk and general condition of the animal.
Nothing better than cotton Beed meal to mix with the grain you are feeding your horses, muleB and
poultry. You will find it a splendid appetizer and laxative and that It will fatten poultry much
quicker than grain. Now is tho time to provide your feed while you have the seed.
Piano Cotton Oil Company
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The North Texas Medical Associa-
tion convened at Dallas Wednesday
morning with many physicians from
over the state present. The follow-
ing officers wore elected* for the en-
Dr. Martin E. Taber of Dallas,
Dr. E. L. Kelton of Corsicana,
Dr. H. Leslie Moore of Dallas, sec
Dr. K. H. Beall of Fort Worth,
Judicial Council. Drs. E. H. Cary
and J. M. Neel of Dallas, Drs. Moore
and Beall were re-elected to the offi-
ces of secretary and treasurer.
The following Collin county phy-
sicians were present at the meeting
Wednesday: Dr. B. F. Largent of
McKinney, Dr. E. L. Burton of Mc-
Kinney, Dr. J. T. Mantootli of Alto-
pa, Dr. J. W. Largent of McKin-
ney, Dr. J. C. Erwin of McKinney,
Dr. T. G. Bates of Anna and Dr.
Hotiser of Blue Ridge. Mrs. Dr. E.
L. Burton accompanied her husband
to Dallas and was present at the
meeting of this exhonorated body of
Editor A. A. Mr-Reynold, the
hustling editor of the Princeton
News, City Marshal of that going
burg, foreman of the Sunday School,
and keeper of the consciences of
several of Inhabitants, was circulat-
ing in the county cnpital Friday.
He states, without reservation, that
ten new brlckB are being built in
Princeton. We asked him what was
going in them, and he laconically
said: "Ab McKinney is a dead 'un,
we have built one for the county
court house, one for the Progressive
Commercial Club, and another for
the headquarters of the M., O. & G.
railroad. McKinney has gone dead
on her Commercial Club, she docs
not seem to want or expect the M.,
O. & G., and she ought not to expect,
to hold tho court house, and we are
making arrangements to move it
away from McKinney. Laugh at me.
old gobbler, if you "want to—but
there's always something doing In
young, progressive Princeton."
And the editor, pusher, marshal, and
notary public skiddooed back to
Mist: Lottie Pierce of Roland was
shopping in McKinney Thursday af-
Duncan Holder, merchant nt, Milll-
gan, was in McKinney Thursday af-
ternoon on business.
Resolve right now that you will
make some poor n;an, woman or
child happy with some useful gift
on Christmas. It Is the one time of
the year that you can give without
fear of giving offense.
"Get it where they've got It."-
Klstler & Bristol.
It you desire loans on real estate
or have good vendor'* not* tor
•ale see ua; we can give yon a
good rate of Interest and make
favorable term*. We alio owa
the oldest and most complete set
of abstract books and wonld be
glad to serve you If needing ab*
street work of any kind.
B. A. ABERNATHY, Ma
THE "KEAL" GIFT
If you desire to give your girl,
your boy or any friend a gift that
will be of real benefit to them, glvo
them a little bank account at this
bank so that they may add to it and
eventually be Independent.
We | ay 4 per cent on saving ac-
Gollin County Nat, Bank
City Depository. U. 8. Depository.
L. A. Scott, Pres.
J. W. Ashley, Cashier.
Over at Waco, A. M Prescott
boasts the proud distinction of hav-
ing been the first paid fire chief of
the city, a position which he enter-
ed Into twenty-seven yenrs ago, and
has served continuously evor since,
For ten years prior to that he was
at the head of the volunteer fire
fighters of the city, before the
chief's office was made a paying one.
This makes thirty-seven years that
this old veternn has answered the
"hurrycalls" of his neighbors and
friends, and he is still as ready to
answer as on the first day that he
entered ihe service. Besides heing,a
brave and hardworking fireman, A.
M. Prescott is n prince of good fel-
Remember, the greatest fight for
health and freedom from disease is
now being waged, and every man.
woman and child should lie deeply
interested. Buy a few Red Cross
Christmas seals and help in this
Farms on easy terms and long
time at a email price.
McKinney, Morrow Block.
President-elect Woodrow Wilson
sayB there is no hurry In the ap-
pointment to offices. This, alone, is
keeping hundreds of offlceseekers In
Now is the proper time to plant
your treeB, Bhrubbery, etc. We
have acclimated stock, especially
adapted and grown for McKin-
ney, Collin county, and the black
land. They live. Plant trees.
They will e^hnnce your premises
In value a: J benefit you in the
years to come. Prices reaaona-
W. H. PERKINS, Mgr.
AN "EYE" FOR HOLIDAY
Yes, we prepnred for the holiday
business: so come along and call
for what you want in vehicles.
Seo the Connersvilie, Regal, Velio
and other makes.
The best of Harness, Saddles,
Sam J. Massie
VEHICLES, SADDLES AND
Who Will Be Our Next
This seems to be the question
just now. I am not an appli-
cant for tho place, but I am
an applicant for your Fire
Insuranca business, and will
appreciate the privilege of
writing your next policy. For-v
protection that protects, see
J. A. GARRISON
S. E. Corner Square, Upatairs.
We enn furnish parts nnrf do re-
pair work on any make auto; work
guaranteed. Also carry n large stock
of the best tires made; gasoline and
lubricating oils. Cars for rent.
Free Air. Both Phones, 859.
RR.tNNON AUTO CO.
WHO WANTS IT?
A first cluss 5-pnssenger, .10
horsepower Regal auto, for ex-
change for good house and lot
in McKinney. Has good tires,
top, litrhfs, etc. Cost $1150. A
good auto; who wants it? Ad
dress I), Courier-Gazette.
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<> A GOOD PIECE OF FURNI-
TURE MAKES A PRESENT
OF EVERLASTING USEFUL-
NESS AND WILL BE HIGHLY
APPRECIATED BY THE RE-
Sam Nassie Furniture Co.
S. E. WALKER, Manager.
W. H. FRANKLIN.
T. J. CLOYD, JR.
Franklin & Cloyd ii.
Cabinet Work and
High Graae Work at Correct Prices
New Masonic Building. North Ky. Street. Old Phone No. 200. <!
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Perkins, Tom W. & Wilson, Walter B. The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 19, 1912, newspaper, December 19, 1912; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth292128/m1/2/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.