The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1920 Page: 4 of 14
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THE WEEKLY DEM0CRATJQAZETTE,THIIR8DAY, JULY 15, 1920.
McKinnev's Newest Store Open For Business
We Most Cordially Invite The Men and Young Men Of Collin County To Visit Our New Store.
Quality Tailoring and Furnishing Goods At A Fair Margin of Profit Is Our Slogaa
WILSON & DICKENS
North Ky. St
TED M. WILSON
(Grey Front Store)
FAY C. DICKENS,
G A. WILSON, PROPS.
a C. Stephens of Weston has gone
10 Tioga for a few days recuperation.
If® has recently been suffering from a
stubborn attack of rheumatism and
hopes his stay at Tioga will better his
1. I I I I I III 111;
J. P. CROUCH & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmera
! Equipped With Pulmotor
The only equipment of this character in Collin County.
These new additions to this department make it second
to none in the state.
Day Phones 36-37 Night Phone 470-383
GALLS ANSWERED DAY OS MIGHT
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Osburn and daugn-
ters Misses Ruth and Katherine spent
Sunday with relatives at Melissa.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Reed and
daughters Gencta and Bulyen of Se-
lina spent Saturday night and Sun-
day with relatives at this place.
Mrs. Napoleon Nltcholas and chil-
dren spent the last week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon
and family near Howe.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bomar spent
Sunday with Mrs. Bomar's brother
Clias. Milllgan and family of Mc-
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Durham and
son of Port Worth are visiting her
parents T. A. Miller and family.
Misses Nora and Alta Tarvln of
Now Hope spent Sunday with Miss
Miss Myrtle Howard spent Satur-
day night and Sunday with Miss Lna
Rankin of Little Viney.
The singing at Mrs. M. B. Wallis
Sunday night was well attended and
everybody reports a nice time.
Mrs. Lizzie Ralnee and children of
Rhea Mills have returned home after
spending several days with her par-
ents W. N. Nltcholas and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jay and children
spent Sunday with Lonnle Nlell and
family of near Howe.
Hr. and Mrs. Grover Reed and
children of Cellna and Tojn Reed
and family of Oklahoma spent Mon-
A Man for all the People
His Opponent is Asking
For a Fifth Term
dc,y with relatives at this place.
Mr, and Mrs. Donnle Miller and
family of Chambllss spent Sunday
with T. A. Miller and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Kindle of New
Hope spent Sunday with W. N. Nlt-
cholas and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie 'Ri Wallls of
Wallis Chapel spont Sunday with
Willie Bomar and family.
Mr. uiid Mrs. Jess Bates and chil-
dren of New Hope spent Sunday
with Willie Bomar and family.
The death angel visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Strode*
and claimed the only son, Jack, lit-
tle Jack died Friday afternoon at
f.:00 o'clock July 2. Bro. Flncher
conducted the funeral services at
Altoga Saturday morning. Besides
his parents he leaves two abaters,
Ora Belle and Bonta Geane, and
relatives and friends to mourn his
death. "Wo extend our sympathy to
the bereaved o.tes.
Ardath, July 5.
Exclusive Auto Ambulance
Day or Night S. J Massie
Phone 123 or 464
Miss Bonnye Eu banks Is spending
a day or two with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Bubanks of this
place. Bonnye luis a responsible po-
sition in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Webb also of
Dallas are here visiting their parent*
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Eubank* and
Mr. and Mrs. W R. Webb and their
families. Mrs. Webb has been sick
for the past two weeks but la report-
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Oarmlchael and
little Master Ross Murray, and Miss
Sallle Huffman all from Nevada
spent Sunday and Monday with rela-
Mr. Will Brinlee has sold his homo
here to Doctor Simpson and will
move to Van Alsiyne.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Eu hanks and
children went to Farmersville Sunday
to visit relatives.
Mrs. John IOastln left Sunday for
Lubbock, in West Texas where she
goes for her health her many friends
here hope her health will soon be Un-
proved. Mrs. Eastin is our postmis-
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Brashear and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kuykondall, all
from Sherman visited their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Brashear, and Mr.
and Mrs. 1>. O. Kuykondall and their
families Saturday night and Sunday.
.1. M. Kerby went to Oklahoma
City Sunday afternoon.
The church met In conference af-
ter the services Sunday morning and
called Rev. Youngblood from near
Beaumont for pastor. Children's ser-
vices will bo held at the church
Sunday night. Everybody invited to
come and spend an hour with tho
Dr. H. G. Bow from Kentucky
filled the pulpit at the Baptist church
here Wednesday night, also Sunday
morning and night. l)r. Bow has been
a minister for over fifty years and is
a very able man. Ilo is visit,lug his
sister. Mrs. Williams and her son,!
Ralph, also Mrs. Dr. Brlstow ana
family, Mrs. Brlstow being his niece.
Mrs. M. L. Vermillion and children
Raymond, Francis and Grady and
Myrdelle spent several days last
week visiting her slstor, Mrs. W. R.
Wallls and family near Melissa.
Mr. and Mm. Goldman Perry have
a little baby girl stopping with them
since the 28th.
Cheater Boyer, who Is playing
baseball with tho Ranger team, this
season, visited his wife and children,
Latalne and William Harris and
other relatives and friends a few days
last week going back to Ranger
Most all tho men and boy« of our
town nre out in the country with the
thrashers this week.
Westminster, July 5.
Those from hero thnt attended the
Ice cream supper at Melissa Friday
night were MiBSe« Edith and Lucille
and H.oyt. Farley, Misses Grace and
Jennlo Willie and Falrnan Hen on and
Walter Mantooth of Oklahoma
visited Clnrence and Guy Martin.
Wayrard Stiff has gone to the
Rio Grande Valley with Will More-
land and family of Altoga whero Mr.
Moreland has bought some land.
Mr and Mrs. Jim Htlff and llttlo
Fred was the guests of Fred Mitchell
nt Alroga Sunday.
Wit Hitchcock and family spent
Hiiturdny and Sunday with his father
J. H Hltchco'k of McKinney.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Peterson
went to Van Alstyne Sunday.
t.'ncle John Martin of Graham was
buried here Wednesday at 6 o'clock.
Miss Flora Burnsldo was operated
on Monday afternoon for appondicitis
She Is doing nicely.
Messrs. Roy Crawford and L. J.
Groves at Ash Grove wero the guests
of Alvln llerron Sunday.
Misses A rah and Mazie Slmpson
spent Monday with their slater Mrs.
Rufus Moore of Melissa.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer liotnar spent
Sunday at New Hope visiting rela-
Stiff Chapel, July 5.
Prof, and Mrs. Johnplo Douglass of
THillas visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Lanier several days last week.
Hoy Simmons of Dallas visited rela-
tives here Saturday night and Sunday.
.Walter Jennings has been on tho
Will Brock and wife have a new
son stopping with them.
Adolph Fox visited his father at
Gunter last week.
Mr. Wyatt of Wylle visited at the
home of his brother-in-law, Mr^ and
Mrs. Alex Mobdy last week.
Prof. Avner (V>x Luster Jones,
!turtle Lowery and I>oyd Klskland at-
tended the band concert at Celina
Mrs. Bobbin* of Hast Texas has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Will
Hobt. Allen and wife of Dallas lus
been visiting his mother at this place
Mrs. Bresk Koonce and tw
daughters. Misses Myrtle and Qirj ,
spent Thusday with Mrs. AubreyjCkJ
Thr<*hlng Is the order of the
William Jennings has gone
his home In Missouri to spend tj
A good rain would be appre<
Hart Springs. July 6.'
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Thanks to Mrs. W. A, MBler of
Hereford, Texas, for her i,Ascrip-
tion to The Weekly Democrat-Gft-
Mrs. J. H. Warden and little daugh-
ter, Margaret Elizabeth have arrived
from Yoakum, Texas, to visit their
mother and grandmother, Mrs. Lee
Talklngton and other relatives for
Our Mr. Kamsler Meeting
With Success in Markets ^
Good news comes to us from our Mr. Kamslor wlio hni
boon in New York for some timo buying new goods for thisfr
store. Ife is buying tho best in the market in Indies ready-
to wear and novelty goods, dress goods, staples, mens and
boys clothing and other articles of merchandise.
Our store buys with a large syndicate which enables us to./
get the very lowest possible prices—that's why you eaA^f
always buy goods here for less money. Keep your eye on
this store for we will show the new goods first.
McKinney Dry Goods Co.
"The Store That Saves You Money"
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Perkins, Tom W. & Wilson, Walter B. The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1920, newspaper, July 15, 1920; McKinney, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth293265/m1/4/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.