The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 30, 1914 Page: 4 of 16
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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 90,1914.
i HUEA'S MIL!*
Shelby Urown was In Dullus Fri-
Robert Furr wus a business visit-
or In I 'ii Hum Friday.
J. M. Furr trunsucted business In
McKinney Friday and Huturduy.
Miss lici t ha Newman spent week
befor • last with friends in Cclliui.
Jim Kissinger and Walter Norris
transuded business at Tl(>f.a last
S. A. Williams and family visited
Hen l.< wis and wife of Celina Friday
Doll Howard and wife are the
proud parents of a lino baby girl
Hlneo the 141 h Insl.
Krwln l^ewis of i'hambersvllle vis-
ited relatives here Monday night and
attended the school exercises.
Karl Snider and sister, Miss Knt-
ma, recently visited their sister, Mrs.
Frances Ia-wIs of Chanibersville.
Jason Furr and family of Mclvln-
ney recently visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Furr and family.
Earl Snider and sister, Ktnina,
visited their sister, Mrs. I/on Dennis
Of Melissa. Tuesday and Wednesday.
Miss Beulah ltuiney of Bloomilu!';
visited her sister, Mrs. Claud Foster
and husband u few days last week.
Walter N'orrls and family visited
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Hlnsley of near Roland, Friday
Misses Cora and Itosa I.ee Mitch-
ell and Miss Lola Howard were
guests of Miss Llllle Graves Friday
Miss Meridcth Williams is spending
a few days with her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. D. WllUunifa of
Misses Annie Collins and Mary
Chapman of Prosper, spent a few-
days last week with Lawrence Horn
Hhea's Mill, April 27.
nr. i, Ms.
W. F. Stockton was a business vis-
itor in Me Kinney Monday.
Misses Eva Lee and Bertye Grlbble
were visiting In Weston Tuesday.
Mrs. Estelle Watson visited her
parents near Hoselaiul Monday.
Shirley Stockton of Qulnlan visited
his brother, W. F. Stockton. Sunday.
Miss Fannie Redden spent this
■week with her sister, Mrs. Ben lilies
Miss Alta Blake is visiting her
cousin. Miss Ida Jennlgs of Roland,
Misses Stella and Delia Bureh
spent Monday with their cousin, Miss
Mrs. Oraee Rutherford of Anna
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. McAnally, this week.
Miss Wllma Watson was a visitor
at her cousins, Misses Delia and
Stellu Burch last w<>ek and attended
singing at Mantua Sunday night.
Helms, April 27.
John St. Clair Is building a new-
Wallace Little lost a fine milk cow
Clodle McFall of Blue Ridge was
visiting relatives here Saturday.
Bro. Pearce of Westminster preach-
ed here Saturday night and Sunday.
Mrs. Oscar Goodman of Dallas Is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Goodman.
Mrs. Lewis who is staying with her
son, Henry, here is sick. 1'aul Lewis
has the mumps.
H. P. Addison and family visited
relatives near Farmersvllle last Sat-
urday and Sunday.
I'nele Hick Bradley of the Old
Soldiers' Home at Austin visited old
friends and relatives here last week.
Livingston 101am and sister, Annls,
attended church here Sunday and
also visited their sister, Mrs. Nugent
I'ike, April 28.
to stay all night In the school houM.
Miss Battle Webb and lira. John
Holt were married laat Sunday eve-
ning at Rockwall. They will make
their future home In Dallas.
Willie Rhodes Is real sick at this
Will Brown went to McKinney
Millwood, April 24.
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Perl Rol-
lins thla week,
Mrs. Lee Luacom who haa been
very sick for the laat month, la re-
ported better at thla writing.
Jim Knoe of thla place, who haa
been III for the lost month la getting
along nicely now.
Coffman, April 27.
The heavy roln, which fell Monday
did considerable .damage to land and
crops. The rain fall was about five
Itev. Wallace failed to fill his ap-
pointment hero Sunday.
Itay Duncan and family sport Sun-
day with J. T. Myers and family Miss
Sal lie Kerr has returned home after
a weeks visit in Celina.
Miss, i lia Worsh ini of Ash Grove
is here \isitlng friends.
t ur school closed At til 16 with a
nice program rendered by the child-
ren; and Friday pitr ins pupils and
i lie u-ighborhood in general w ent to
Wilson creek where the d.iv was most
plcnsctitly spent in fishing. At noon
a f ast was sprend which was enjoy-
ed I y all. The fi lowing is the pro-
gramme rendered Thursday by the
Welcome address, Lulu Wright.
Welcome song. By School.
School room Mouse, Surah Grlllln.
Vacation days, Mamie Parr.
Vucution, Marquerlte Hand.
I>uet and Chorus, Vucution duys by
Message of Easter, Grace Hlckey.
Tassel on the cows, Willie Frank-
Mothers visiting, Play in two acts.
Vacation at Grandpas, Marvin
Good-bye, Seven Children.
Which Bird would you be, Several
girls farmers boy.
Hake drill and souk by several
boys dressed as farmers with rakes.
Flower exercise by three Kills Val-
edictory, Ashford Jones.
Sour, Dear old school days now are
Over, By School.
Mrs. Crnft presented each pupil
with a souvenir, appropriate for the
occasion. Also prizes were uwarded
A spelling class: Grace Hlckey 1st
prize; Marquerlte Hand second Prl?;.
B spelling class, Charlie Robertson
prize, which was a number of nice
Mrs. F. G. Lewis who has been on
the sick list is better.
Leltoy Ilill and futility of Frisco
and Mrs. Kmma Hays and son, Hun-
ter, of Oklu. ure visiting at J. A.
Kdwln Kerr, who is attending
school at Trinity T'nlversity, has re-
turned after a few days visit to re-
latives here. •
Buck Nelson, our most accomoda-
ting letter carrier failed to make his
round Monday owing to Wilson
creek being so high he could not
George Rutherford has returned
from a visit to his father near Pilot
Point, who has been real sick.
Rev. G. M. Hall of Copevllle will
preach at Mowbly next Sunday intern-
ing at 11 o'clock and at night.
Mr. I 'a pslng and family of Bloom-
dale visited W. I'. Oneals last Sunday
Miss Minnie Br.vunt has returned
home after a weeks stay at F. L.
Will ltuyle and wife of Mt. Ollvo
spent Sunday at Charley Wright's.
Tog Epencer Is visiting Tom
Mho kwell and wife near Rock Hill.
Foote, April 28.
Miss Tolly Rowe of McKinney
spent Tuesday night with home folks.
Mrs. Jeff Blackwell, who has been
alck for the past two months, is im-
Mrs. Pete Hinnley and little son,
Ray. visited friends in McKinney
Mrs. Joe McClaln. who has been
alck for some time. Is reported to be
Fred Mantooth of Vlneland axid
Erwin I*wls of ('hambersvllle visit-
ed Edgar Blackwell recently.
Mesdames George Graves and Wm.
Hardaway of Melissa visited their
sister, Mrs. John Orenduff last week.
our school closed the 17th with
an all-day picnic, which was greatly
enjoyed Our teacher, Miss Anna
Stiff, has taught the school very suc-
cessfully for the past two terms.
Trinity, April 27.
ROCK QI ARRY.
Our school will close Wednesday.
Mrs John James has been quite
sick the past week.
Mrs. Lewis and children are vis-
iting In Hunt County.
Jerell Rlke of Farmersvllle visited.
Alden Hayes Saturday and Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. L M LaFever of
Spring Hill visited in
Mrs. I .aura .left of
visited her sister, Mrs
art last week.
Rock yuarry. April 27.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wheeler are vis-
iting relatives here.
Alma Wilson and family spent Sun-
day afternoon at the horn, if J. B.
Miss Ira Wallls of Roland spent
Sunday with home folks.
Ernest Bomur and family visited
Jim Neal and family Sunday.
Miss Dora Nichols visited her broth-
er, Joe Nichols Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Illght visited
Mack Might Sunday.
Karl Snider anil sister of Rhea Mills
visited Mrs. L. S. Dennis Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Lue Bomur of McKin-
ney visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wal-
Mrs. Will Braswell Is visiting rela-
Klrner Wallls visited his L'nclo A. M.
Wilson of Roland Friday afternoon.
Miss Vlrgle Neal returned home
Saturday from Kaufman where Bhe
has been visiting relative^.
Wallls Chapel, April 29.
Mrs Dodson and children of near
Josephine visited her daughter. Mrs
t<ela Borchardt, Saturday night and
Ivan Foote returned home last
Sunday after spending a few weeks
In Caddo, okla.
Several from this place attended
the entertainment at La von Friday
night. On account of the heavy
rain, almost two hundred people had
The rain which came Monday dam-
aged the crops very much.
Bro. Current of Westminster filled
his regular appointment here Satur-
day and Sunday.
Wilscn Smith of Rose Hill spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs Roy John-
Misses Maggie, Jessie and Etta
Johnson spent Friday and Saturday
with Mrs. Tom Johnson of Farmers-
Several from here attended the ex-
hibition at Liberty Friday night. All!
report a nice tline.
Mr. and Mrs. Hedge Addison of
Pike visited the former's mother, Mrs.
Addison, Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Mary Osburne of McKinney Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Smith, this
Boggy, April 30.
Mrs. T. J. McCurley died Wednes-
day and was burrled Thursday In the
I. o. O. F. cemetery. Funeral servi-
ces were held at the Christian
Church. Bro. Mtlholiund of Gunter,
conducted thn services.
T. R. Fielder und wife ure in Cal-
lus at the home of his futher, who
died Sunday morning at 6:S0 o'clock
from kidney trouble. Interment will
be niuiie in Pike grave yurd Monday
Huwley Walker, son of J. II. Walk-
er, near town, a young fellow Just
blooming Into manhood, is dnngcr-
ously ill with pneuilioulu. He Is be-
ing attended by Dr. W. J. McGowun,
Bro. Illlger of West minster filled
Ills appointment at the Baptist Church
Saturday- and Saturday night, but
was forced to go home before Sunday
services on account of the Illness if
Dr. D. B. Tallent, wife, and son
Gurland, returned Saturday, from u
visit to relatives ut Blue, Oklahoma.
Ed Cox of Dallus, was visiting W.
A. Hart and family the latter part of
Rev. W. L. Fngg nnd wife have re-
turned from a trip in the Western
purl of the state.
C. T. Carmiehuel nnd C. I). Man-
ning were In McKinney on business
the lust of the week.
A. E. Nelson wus in Dallas Thurs-
day attending to business.
c. F. Muy und wife are the proud
parents of a baby boy since Monday.
J. W. Fuller, a member of the firm
of May At Fuller, butchers, has been
on the sick list the past week.
D. W. lx>lgh, wps In town Sunday.
Come across" with the cigars, Bro.
Leigh, and we won't tell your paper
force, Just what we do know.
Lon McClure was In Dallas the lat-
ter part of the week and bought u
t h lusher.
J. W. Sellers nnd Tom Smoot of
Moreland were doing business in our
The llttlo boy of Wllle Bullew fell
Into the liog-pen one day last week;
and, had his futher not been stand-
ing close by, the little fellow would
lieve met deuth. As It wus, he was
badly cut nnd br'used about the
head nnd face. Several Jgly grushes
were made by the hog's tenth which
vi re treated by Dr. J H. Morrow.
Tom Fry of Plko w is visiting in
Blue Rldgc Sunday.
John St Clair, of Tike was in out
The following Is the program for
"Mother's day" at the M. E. Church
South, at this place to be rendered on
the 3rd Sunduy In May.
1 Quartette, selected by J. .1
2 Invocation. Pastor.
3 Opening song, all the children.
4 Welcome address, Clyde Jaine*
ii Mother's Robin, Nine girls. <*
G Seasons, twelve tiny tots.
7 Reading, the little mother, Artist
8 Violin Solo, nearer my God to
9 Tableau, gates ajar, Avu Frazler.
10 Reading, Johnny's opinion of
grandmothers. Rose Cambron.
11 Song, The Lord Is my Shepherd
12 Reading, tilcn Bullocks. \
13 Vocal duette, Hazel and Thelmfl
II Song. Story hour, Ten boys.
1 fi Rending, Surah Brady.
III Song, Evening Prayer, Several
17 Reading, Tin dying boy, Thel-
mn Frazler. <
Is Vocal Solo, Arland Graves.
I !t Reading, Lily Aycock.
20 Drill, love Is holler than croods
21 Tableau, The br. udth of his
love, Helen Bullock.
Blue Ridge, April 27.
to loose one of hla fine Jersey cowa
Earl Snider and slater, Mlse Emma,
visited their alater, Mrs. Lon Dennla
and family of Wallace Chaple laat
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Brtne were
Celina visitors Monday.
Miss Annie Collins of Prosper re-
cently visited her cousin, Mrs. Wulter
Mrs. W. O'Brlne ar.d niece, Miss
Krinyne Mitchell, were shopping In
I'ellnu Friday ufternoon.
Corinth, April 27.
and family of Anna visited Mr.
Weeks of thla place laat week.
Bro. Cunnlgham filled hla appoint-
ment here Sunday. Bro. Cunnlgham
and wife and cousin of Princeton
spent Sunday with H. C. Myrlck.
Wilson Chupel, April 27.
Dr. J. T. Mantooth and wife of Al-
lium visited the hitters sister, Mrs. S.
I.. Smith and family of this place.
Cotton planting Is the order of the
day in this community.
Mr. Perrp, S. L. Smith, wife and
two children visited Dr. J. T. Man-
tooth of Altogu Thursday of lust
week. They also visited O. O. Cute,
making their visit in Mr. Perry's au-
to. II. L. Crank of Vllicy Grove No.
2 returned home with them.
Henry Mynor returned to his work
Mr. Turner and son. Deuel, and Mr.
Kelions and daughter, ltosslf, made
a business trip to Frisco Saturday.
John and Clarence Parvln have
purchased a new auto, '
Mr. Burgncs, wife and children
and Mr. VVilliams and family visited
Mrs. Williams of Fonclne Sunday
Several of the young people of this
community attended the closing of
the Rhea's Mill school Friday night.
Health in this community is very
good ut present.
Prof. W. E. Foster mude a busi-
ness trip here Wednesday.
Roy Mutthews of Dullus spent
Saturday and Sunday with his par-
ents, Mr. und Mrs. L. R. Matthews.
Mrs. Laura Jerntgun, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Matthews of Dallas, came home Sat-
W. L. Clonlnger left Tuesday for
his home In Arkunsus, after a short
visit with his sister, Mrs. L. A. Geer.
Mrs. D. W. Wright returned to
her home in West Texas last week,
after an extended visit with her
mother, Mrs. Mirnnda Blukely.
Miss Vera Webb Is at home again.
She has been teaching In Lavon the
past term and her school closed last
Mrs. O. A. Coffey and little daugh-
ter, Evelyn May, of Dallas are vis-
iting relatives here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Abb Lorunce return-
• d front McKinney a few days ago,
where they were called on account
of the death of Mrs, Lorance's moth-
er. Mrs. Brunson.
Mrs. Dr. Manning and Miss Be-
atrice McDongal started to Prosper
Friday to attend the meeting of the
Kebekah Association; but, on nc-
I'ouut of the rain, they returned
home from Sherman.
The Sunday School nnd li. V. P. U,
gave a very Interesting program
Sunday evening. 'A large congrega-
tion was present; and they were, not
•only entertained, but greatly profit-
Rev Joseph T'eurce left Tuesday
for Pnducah where he went to at-
tend to some business Interests.
The members of the Senior B. Y.
P. IT, with Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Mc-
Lirry as chaperones, went out for a
picnic Saturday. They carried their
lunches and spent a very pleasant
Clarence Stewart of Verona spent
Sunduy with relatives and friends
Westminster, April 2 8.
Misses Paarl and Minnie Duggan
and Mary Coffey are on the sick list
Tom Minton of this place has
come home from a ten days' visit to
Fort Smith, Ark.
Miss Emma Rollins of this pluce
has been visiting her uncle, II. M.
Hoskins, at Rhymer the past week.
Cliff < 'rim was in McKinney Thurs-
Glenn i Vim of McKinney visited
home folks Wednesday.
Monroe Smith und family of Rhy-
mer visited Mr. Baker und fumlly
G. W. Minton was In Dallas Sut-
unloy on business.
Nell Rollins of Stiff Chapel visited
his cousin, Geo. Rollins, at this
Misses Oracle Hunter and Pearl
Mantooth of Melissa visited relatives
here Wednesduy night und Thursday.
Felix Druke of Sherman visited
his father and mother Saturduy
night and Sunday.
Mrs. I,eona Ballew of Dallas spent
last. Tuesday with Frank Morris and
Mrs. Fielder has returned home
after spending a week In Nevada vis-
iting her son, Jim Fielder.
F. M. Davidson wus cleunlng out
his burn and killed two hundred and
thirty-one rats. That Is a record for
Frank Morris and wife visited
Jack Knloe and sister, Miss Llllie
En loo Sunday.
Mrs. Mattle Pope of Emory, Ruins
County, visited her parents, Bob Ho-
nea and fumlly this week.
Enloe, April 28.
Coming to McKinney Soon—lilg New-
Tent—All tine Old Favorite
Actors With Them.
Manager Fred Mayfleld of the Hur-
rlson Tent Theatre was In McKinney
Wednesday and announced that his
company would appear In McKinney
In tho very near future. Charles nnd
Gertrude Harrison need no Introduc-
tion to the people of Collin county
for they are known and are favorites
by the theatre goers of the entire
county. The date will be given in this
ItOW Lit Y.
Mrs. D. K. Hays and daughter,
Mrs. I,ee Roy Hill of Frisco, are vlAlt-
Ing relatives here.
J. A. and J. S. Crutcher made a
business trip to Dallas Thursday.
Misses Jennie Striplln and Una
Proifltt were the guests of Misses
Not ma and Fannie Hlckey of Foote
Miss Minnie Bryant has returned
home after a visit to Miss Jennie
Bowlby, April 2t.
< Ol I'MAN.
Mrs. Perl Rollins and Misses Ten
Bla Rollins were shopping in McKin-
Bay Farrls of Anna was visiting In
this community Sunday.
Ilarnle Thompson of Wooddale was
visiting in this community Sunday,
Jeff stlce made a business trip to
M e |< I n n e y Sa t u rd a y.
Bob Rollins and his son. Ell Rol-
lins made a trip to Dallas Saturday.
Mr and Mrs Ihiw Ration of this
place visitctt her mother, Mrs. Hump
Ration of Anna Sunday.
Denis and Ray Rollins were shop-
ping In Melissa Saturday.
Bud Knox was shopping In Melissa
Mrs fc. L Dale of Ash Grove Is
Mrs. Ella Finley has
home after a few weeks
Wichita Falls. Her sister, Mrs. James
Drake, returned with her to visit
Grandma f'lark of Mustang moved
over in this community one day last
week, where she will make her home
with her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Clark.
Mrs. Anna Frances of f'ellnn visit-
ed her son, Kuluh Frances und fum-
lly, party of lust week.
Mrs. John Ix-Wls, who w is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Claud Tatum, hus
returned to her home In McKinney.
Mrs. Em Johnson of Celina recent-
ly visited at the home of W. M. Itoyle
Mrs. Buchanan Is visiting her lit-
tle new granddaughter at. the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson of west
Miss Bertha Newman has returned
home after a weeks visit with Celina
Mrs. I.ura Freeman and little Dau-
ghter of Gunter are visiting at their
father and grandfather's, sib Stone
Dallas Stone and wife f f. Una at-
tended the entertainment at Rhea's
Mill Monday night
Miss Opal Cain Is visiting her sist-
er, Mrs. Treece, of Bloomdale.
Mr and Mrs Dirk O'Brlne spent
last Tuesday at the home .,f their
son, Gus O'Brlne, nnd wife
Mrs. O Brine has been in very poor
health for the prist few months.
I* rank O Brine had tho misfortune
Tom Kirby and family were shop-
ping In Nevada Saturday.
Miss Grace Ford visited homefolks
from Saturday until Monday.
Miss Nelelne Smith spent Saturday
night with Mrs. Jim Gay near Neva-
Miss Oln Kersey of near Nevada
spent Sunday with Miss Annie Mar-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith nnd son
Frank, were In Nevada Saturday af-
Miss Oracle Kersey spent Sunday
with Miss Ethel Brown of thlB place.
"Grandpa" Bunipass of Farmers-
vllle Is spending a few days with his
daughter, Mrs. John Gooch and
Mr. and Mrs. John Boyce attended
church at Nevada Sunday.
Prof. J. W. Akin visited In Clear
Lake from Friday until Sunday.
Leeton Hlllls of Clear I^ake is vis-
iting Frank Smith at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wallace are
rejoicing over the arrival of a little
We have organized a Sunday School
at this place. Wo meet at 3 o'clock
every Sunday evening.
Miss Muy Smith spent Saturday
night and Sunduy with Miss Myrtle
Miss Alma Smith was shopping In
Nevada Friday evening.
Misses Almu Smith, Mnrion anil
Jewel Gooch, nnd Mrs. Tom Klrby
were shopping in Furniorsvllle Mon-
Wesley Pitts and Miss Nellie Pitts
of Wylle visited Miss Alta Ilucklor
of this place last week.
Hoot Anderson nnd Miss Beatrice
McClusky of this place were mar-
ried Sunday. Wo wish them Just
enough darkness that they may ap-
preciate the true light.
Vera Hackler spent last week with
her cousin, I.tila Crlce of Princeton.
Dr. D. E. Brldgefarmer has his
new home completed.
Daniel Brldgefartner and wife
have returned from East Texas.
Mrs. Daniel Brldgefarmer's father
of Emory, Texas Is visiting her now.
Mr. Herman Crlce spent Saturday
night In Prlncoton.
Mr. T. T. Myrlck nnd family of
Princeton spent Sunday a week ago
with Mrs. Hackler and father, W. T.
H. C. Myrlck nnd wife and Alta
Itncklcr of this place spent Sunday
Mlsa Allle Giles and Will Close
JUDGE H. L MS
TELLS OF BONDS
The representatives of The Dully
i'ourler-Gazette nnd Tho Weekly
Democrat-Guzette are frequently ask-
ed: Why hasn't work begun on tho
good roads In Collin County? It will
be remembered thut In the Issue of
The Dully Courler-Gnisotte of Mon-
thly, April 27, there uppenred nn ar-
ticle from our llehl man In regurd
to this matter in which he stuted to
the public that the farmers who re-
side In these good roads districts
were exceedingly unxlous for the
work to begin, nnd wished to know
why It hud not already begun, und
what course the County Judge nnd
Commissioners were pursuing in the
A Courier-Gazette reporter visited
Judge H. L. Davis this morning, and
found him to be quite busy In his
court which is now in session, nnd
which Just ut the present demands
the greater purt of his attention.
Judge Davis und tho county commis-
sioners are nlso unxlous for work to
begin on the rouds.
Judge Davis had the following to
sny in regard to this mutter, which
will fully cxpluln to every one Just
why the work hus not commenced:
"I wish you would sny for myself
and the commissioners' court that the
court haa not been In any sense
Idle or negligent In the matter. In
the first place tho bonds could not
have been sold until their legality
was determined and approved by tho
Attorney General of Texas, which
was not until about two months ago,
speaking now of McKinney road dis-
trict bonds. Tho Celina and Farm-
ersvllle bonds were not approved un-
til about two or three weeks ago, and
the others have not yet been approv-
ed. but I am expecting every day to
receive notlco of their approval. We,
however, did not wait for their ap-
proval beforo wo advertised tho
bonds for snle but wo commenced In
a very short time ufter they were
"The commissioners' court hus hud
offers for the bonds and all tho bids
were less than par, but It would not
accept the same hecnusc to have
lone so would have been contrnry to
the law which provides that they
shall be by said court (commission-
ers' court) sold for cash, at not less
bun their pur vnlue, and wo would
not agree to do any act to ovado tho
plain provisions of tho law. Wo un-
derstand that bonds In somo other
counties luive been reported sold at
pur but In truth nnd fact were not
so sold, but commissions were allow-
ed certain bond brokers for produc-
ing the purchasers which In effect
wus selling the bonds at a discount.
"In the nggrcguto ono million dol-
lars of bonds have been voted In
Collin County. A commission of four
per cent on this sum would be 140,-
000. A commission of two per cent
would be 120,000. I do not bcllevo
thiil we should evade In nny such way
the plain provision of the law and
do In un Indirect wuy what we can
not legally do directly,
"The commissioners' court Is very
anxious to sell these bonds and com-
mence work on tho roads nnd to that
end Is actively pushing tho snlo of
our bonds. Wo hnvo somo negotia-
tions now on foot through which wo
hope In a short time to effect a sale
Blue and Wliltc large dish
tea kettle, big buckets,
covered atew pans, also alum-
inum stew pans, tome of
these articles sell for $1.00,
your choice Saturday for
Monday we will sell you cer-
tain scrims and net, worth
20c the yard for
Come see our other big bar.
Plain Prices 5c, 10c and
Old D. Goodin Stand
B. ( . Terrell und A. J. Carroll, both
Industrious young fnrmers of near
Climax, who emtio to McKinney Sun-
day to visit the hitter's brother, J. A
Cnrrell nnd wife, und who were not
able to return homo Monday on ac-
count of the high wutcrs of Enst.
Fork nnd Sister Grovo Creeks both of
which strcums they have to cross en-
route home, returned homo Tuesday
Coming soon to McKlnncy linrri-
son's Tent llicatrc.
Mrs. L. R. Matthews of Westmin-
ster came clown on I ho Interurhan
Tuesday morning to call on our dry
goods merchants who Invariably have
counters plny 0,1 thc,r bargain
without huving to give uway any of
tho people's money.
"Wo feel sure that as soon as the
bond buyers reullze that we will not
in some wny discount our bonds that
they will buy and pay their par val-
ue. As the custodian of tho people's
money wo propose to see that tho
money is not squandered or given
uway, but that It shall bo placed
where It rightfully " belongs. In the
construction of good and permanent
rouds. It may take a little longer
to get results, but we will get value
received when vm do sell.
"The bonds will bo sold nnd the
work commenced as soon us same
cun lie done with a proper regard
for the tax payers Interest,"
The lilggost nnd l>est Tent Theatre
on eartli—Harrison's at McKinney.
All kinds vegetables fresh every
day ut GILES McKINNEY'S. Phono
We hnvo received a renewal for
Tho Democrut-Gnzette from J. L.
McGee of route 3, Hnstlngs, Oklu.
Mr. McGee writes thut as his tlmo
had expired and he had missed sev-
eral copies of tho paper, he found
ho JiiHt could not get along without
It, us It gave him more news from
his home county than he could ob-
tain from any other source. Mr. Mc-
Gee states that prospects were never
better for a good wheat crop, oats
fairly good and a good stand of corn,
with some cotton planted. AH en-
joying good health. Mr. McQen
moved from Collin County.
Tlic blggost and best Tent The«tie
on eartli—Harrison's at McKinney.
Phone 31 und get the beat grocer-
ies nnd quick service.—GILKS Mc-
The show you all know—Harrison's
at McKlnncy soon.
Mrs. Merrill Benton of Electra
Texas lias arrived In McKinney for
a few days' visit to her parents, It
Van Brown and wife of this city. She
will also visit Mr. Benton's parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Benton at Enloe
before returning home.
Justice of tho Ponce p. p, Loftlcn
of Melissa wns among tho bustnem
visitors In tho county seat Tuesday.
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Perkins, Tom W. & Wilson, Walter B. The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 30, 1914, newspaper, April 30, 1914; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth292148/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.