The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 5, 1920 Page: 12 of 16
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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY- AUGUST-5,1920.
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ALONG any highway—in town or out—
■ note the great number of Ajax Road
Kings. You can tell them by their triangled
tread and their sturdy Shoulders of Strength.
We sell the complete Ajax line. Come in. Let
show you why Ajax users are so enthusi
Harris Auto Co
for the genuine guaranteed hosiery,
full line for men, women and chil-
dren. Eliminates darning. We pay
50c an hour spare time or $24 a week
for full time. Experience unneces-
sary. Write International Stocking
Mill, Norristown Pa.
FOR &AL&—Standurd six-ton wagon
Kettle, at a bargain. They are in first
class shape. Collin County Mill &
CONFEDERATE Group pictures of
1920 reunion at Gen. Kirkpatrick
tiomc. for sale at Greenwood's Studio,
IFOR SALE—Charter Oak Base Burn-
'**• it) 1st class condition. A barguin If
bold this week. R. E. HOLSONBAKE.
FOR SALE>—Three choioe three
month old registered Big Bone Type
Poland-China weaned sow j)igs. E. H.
MILLER & SON, Verona, Rt. 2,
WANTED—Good corn shucks for
tamales. Boys and girls can make
good money all winter. For particulars
write—B. A. JUDD, Box 641, Ranger
WANTED—Men or women to tako
orders among friends and neighbors
LOST on McKinney picnic ground,
ludy's wrist watch on gold wrist chain.
Reward for return to Daily Courler-
Gazott* and Weekly Democrut-Gaeotto
DOST—A cameo pin with English
Castle on it. Fastens with a security
clasp. Finder please return to Demo-
crat-Gazette office and get reward.
DOST—Dark blue tai'feta hat with
Georgette edge. Reward for return
PIANO TUNING—Prompt and effi-
cient service. C. W. HADE at J. T.
Couch Music Store.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
STRAYED OR STOLEN—Ias: Sat-
urday evening, one red pony with
white eye. Reward for return. FIAN
FOR QUICK 8ERVICE in making
tnd renewing FARM LOANS with
best option* of on or before pay
ment, lowest rate of interest busi-
ness confidential, call on or write A
M. RUSSELL, McKinney, Texas.
CHICKENS AND EGGS WANTBD
by pink Meador, MiKtnn^y. Totati.
Mrs. W. T. Dunn of Altoga and Mrs.
C. C. Dunn of Dallas were welcome
visitors at our office Saturday after-
noon. Mrs. C. C. Dunn Is visiting her
sister-in-law for a few days at Altoga.
While In our office. Mrs. C. C. Dunn
paid for The Daily Courier-Gaisette to
go to her address at Dallas for three
months In advance.
Homer Mulkey and wife returned
Saturday evening to their home at
Emory, after attending th<> picnic
here and visiting McKinney relatives.
Mrs. Mulkey is a sister of Mrs. Ves-
ter Lovelady. She is a granddaughter
of Mrs. Fannie Hatler of thl3 city.
A. C. Womble, for fifty years a lead-
ing citizen of the Worn hie schoolhouM
community, was a caller at our of-
f'.co Monday. He is much pleased .vltn
the present outlook for both goo-i
corn and cotton crops. Mr. Womble Is
a staunch supporter of Pat M. Neff
Mrs. T. H. Emerson and grandsons
T. H. and Edward .Stiff ore at home,
from a delightful sojourn in Sulphurr,
Mrs. Will J. Rhea and little son,
Will J. Jr., h:i.v, returned from a
pleasant Week's visit with relatives at
BROWNLEE & NELSON
Announce the Arrival of
RED GOOSE SHOES
Finpsi & Best For Boys & Girls
The ALL LEATHER line. The manufacturers of
Red Goose Shoes guarantee every shoe they make to
be ALL LEATHER and will give the wearer a new
pair who finds paper in the insoles, outsoles, heels or
counters of any shoes they make. Why not buy your
children's shoes (Red Goose) from us? II takes
Leather to Stand Weather and the cost is n6
more than the kind that deceive.
We are now giving 10 per cent off of all Ladies' and
Children's Slippers and we have lots of other bar-
gains in Dry Goods, Notions, etc.
Brownlee & Nelson
East Louisiana St.
COMING HERD OF
TEXAS SHORT HORN
CATTLE IN COLLIN
.1. W. Hanoi-, vice-president of the
Collin County Purebred livestock As-
sociation was in McKinney Saturday
unending the regular monthly meet-
ing of that organization.
Mr. Rasor owns one of tho best
herds of Short Horn cattle in the
state. His herd its looking mighty line
and he has some stuff that will be
mighty hard to beat in the full
shows. He is anxious about the Collin
County Fulr as he hopes to show ten
head of his cattle in that show.
The Rasors are purebred livestock
raisers. They have raised good cattle
and other good stock in the county for
a quarter of a century. J. H. Rasor
who lives five miles west of Allen N)
father of ten living children. He is
himself, raising good stock. He owns
more than two thousand acres of
good Colllr- county land. J. W. (Wil-
lis), tho oldest child is 47 years of
age. He married Miss Clara Rag.sdalo,
daughter of j. F. Ragsdaio of McKin-
ney seventeen years ago. They have
three children. Jess Kasor, the next
son lives at home with his father. Tho
mother of the Rasor children died a
number of years ago. E. M. (Judge)
Rasor lives near Frisco. His wife was
formerly Miss Mary Lou Tennell. They
hove one child. Con Rasor, the next
son lives near Allen. His wife was
formerly Miss Bell Hart. In this
home aro six fine daughters and three
manly boys. John Rasor also lives
near Allen and Is married. They have
two girls and two boys Miss Lucy Ra-
sor Is a talented musician and has
been teaching for tho pnst few years.
She Is now at home with her father.
Miss Margaret (Debby) is also at
homo with her father. C. D. (Dow)
Rasor lives at Allen. Ho married a
Miss Harrington. Tliev havo
children. Another of I he boys,
M. B. ICE CREAM
:: 100 per cent Pure—Received Daily
Sunday Special: Banana Nut, Delivered In Thennopak Packer* the J
best yet. - —
Central Drug Store
"SHOPPING CENTER OF McKINNEY" (
ROBISON, GOSSETT and DANIELS. PHONE 870 and 2IS
-M-I -i i-i"M 11111 n i n i! ii i H"i iiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiu
FOR HARDING TO
SPEAK OUT PLAIN
- ■ Mil"
Marion, Ohio, Aug. 3
Harding is working on
speech of his front porch campaign
to be delivered tomorrow when a far-
mers' delegation comes from Wayne
County, Ohio, to call on the Republi-
His speech is expected to deal BOlely
with domestic issues and only to a lim-
Harding is being bealeged with ap-
peals to elaborate his stand on vari-
ous campaign issues. By both mail
ami personal call he is being pressed
to come out more definitely on thu
League of Nations issue, prohibition,
public health, the high cost of living,
taxation, labor problems, education
and many minor questions.
Some callers expressed tho view
that Harding should announce his po
silion at the outset of the campaign,
but Harding's advisers for the m<>i t
three p,.[ wish him to/ proceed with caution
parl and deal with Individual issues as they
(Boss) Rasor lives at home with his cotno ,„lo tha 4impulgn.
fpther. R. E. (Boss) Rasor also llvos u„th endtdatea are expected to
They are all lovers of good
slock and have contributed a
keep as far away front the
tion Issue as possible.
Harding is also being urged to
deal to the upbuilding of the farming C|are for a department of public
interest of Collin county. I health to be headed by a Cabinet offi
• leer. School teachers are asking a Feo.
Miss Chloe Brooks has gone to Tom- „,.&i Department of Education. also,
pie. Texas, where she will visit Rev Appeals are even being made askln*
anfl Mrs. Warren Woodson. Mrs.! Harding to exert efforts to obtain
Woodson Is her sister. Miss Brooks higher salaries for clergymen. Thous-
made the trip to Temple with Dr. nini an,|„ are being forced to leave the
Mrs. El O. Shulze who went to South
Texas on a visit In their car.
Money buck without qneatiOtt
If HUNTS Salve (all* in th.
treatment of ITCH, KCZEMA.
RINGWORM. TETTER or
otbar itching akin Jiaeaeea.
Try m Ii cent bos at our rlefc.
SMITH DRUG CO.
ministry to earn a llivng in other
fields, Harding has been informed.
Among the McKlnneyites in Cali-
fornia cities are: Mrs. M. H. Gurnett,
Miss Ruby Williams. Miss lono Cam-
eron, Mr. and Mrs. Owen I'. Smith and
family. Miss Irene Hugliston, and
J. B. White.
Tho following candidates for the
offices named were nominated at Jhe
democratic primary held July Tw,
1 i)2o. Those marked • will go before
the second primary, Aug. 28^ 1910,
to determine a choice of the majority.
For Congress. Fourth District:
For t-tute Senator:
•WOODV1LLE J. ROGERS,
•JOE H. THOMPSON.
of Lone Oak.
For Local Representative
J. H. 8NBEJD
Cor County Judge:
•R. L. MOULDEN.
*T. O. MURRAY.
For District Clerk:
MRS. ALICE TAYLOR, (
For County Attorney: A,
A. M. (BERT) WOLFORD,
For County Clerk:
For Tax Assessor: * ;
For Tax Collector:
•WILL M. BURGESS.
•A. T. RAPER.
For Superintendent of Schools:
W. 8. SMITH.
For County Treasurer:
For Commissioner, District No. t:
CHARLKS B MIXON,
For Commissioner Precinct No. S:
•HOMER L. COFFEY.
•R. K. (El)) GEREN.
For Commissioner Precinct. No
•R C. McLEOl).
•C. V. ADAMS.
For Commissioner, Precinct No. 4.
W. J. ROBBINB.
For Justice of the Peace Preclnot 1.
WILLI K SUTHERLAND.
For Constable, Precinct No.
For Public Weigher, Prealnct 1:
•J. T. BF7LL.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I,. Cook and Mr.
am. Mrs. J. T. <\>ok spent Saturday
and Sunday here the guests of the lat-
Mrs. Harvey Abernathy and chll- ters parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cog-
dren, Scotty and Elisabeth have gone Km. Mines. Cook were formerly Mlssee
to Brownwood to visit Mrs.
1.1 nrile and Flop*le Cogglns of this
city and are now living In Dallas.
CITY PROPERTY AND
For Sale August 1920
185 acres level first class black land, one mile
from Prosper, on main public road. 180 acres
cultivation. Good 6 room residence, barn and
tenant house. Price $'/50.00 per acre, will in -
cept smaller farm as part payment.
93 acres fine valley land ti miles West from
Cellna on main public road, 90 acres cultiva-
tion good 5 room residence also barn a tenant
house and wind mill. Price $175.00 per acre
will accept good house and lot In part pay-
ment. Balance easy terms.
40 acres about 2 miles from Climax on public
road all cultivation and good improvement.
Price $200.00 per acre, owe $3000.00, will
trade equity for good city revenue property.
35 acres fine black land two and one half
miles from Princeton on public road. All culti-
vation good 6 room residen :e. Price only
$225.00 per acre owe $3400.00 balance cash by
70 acres all level first class black land two and
one half miles from Princeton all In cultiva-
tion. Fair Improvements. This Is one of the
best 70 acres in Collin County. Price $250.00
per acre. Incumbrence $10,000 due $500.00 per
year want balance cash by Jan. 1st.
81 acres fine block land about 3 miles from
Prosper on Pubic road. 70 acres cultivation,
balance bermuda pasture. Good 5 room house,
barn and garage, this Is one of the best bar-
gains that can be found. Price only $150.00
128 acres mostly fine black land aboui 10 miles
from McKinney, on public road near school
and church. 125 acres cultivation good im-
provements. Price $165.00 per acre wil laccept
smaller farm or house and lot In McKinney as
130 acres 3 miles from good Orayson County
town on Pike road. 690 acres cultivated five
sets of improvements. Price $150.00 per acre.
Will accept about $35,000 cash and $35 000
city property as part payment and terms on
320 acres 4 miles from Cellna on Pike road 300
acres cultivated, 250 acres of which is practi-
cally level first. claBS land balance slightly roll-
ing. Extra good !) room residence large barn
deep well and wind Mill also tenant house. This
Is one of the most desirable farm homes to
be found. Worth $200.00 per acre but priced
for a few days only, $160.00 per acre.
68 acres fine black land near Rheas Mill, du
acres cultivation extra good new five room
residence also good barn This Is very desirable
for a home prlco $250.00 per acre.
122 acres good land 5 mlloa Campb«ll.
County, 75 acres cultivation. Two sots
provements. Price $125.00 per acre. Trade .
smaller farm In Collin County and house oiid
lot In McKinney,
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50 acres good level Sairfly land 3 and one half
miles from Alba, lr. Raines County.on Public
road, practically all In cultivation. Good five
room residence and also good new barn. Price
$120.00 per acre. Trade for small Collin county
4 good houses and lots In S. McKinney on Elm
St. comparatively new and In good condition.
City water and gas. Rent.ror $52.00 per month
and you get your money. Prlco for quick suif
Dandy modern residence on Corner of Church
rind Iceland St. Containing 6 rooms, half and
bath, large lot southeast front, barn, orchrn J
and garage. Prlco for quick sale only $3750.do
terms $1400.00 cash balanco easy. It you want
a real home bargain lot us show you this.
Five room residence close in on N. Kentucky
(paved street) City water, Gas and Sewage!
New garage. Price only $4000.00 terms $800.00
cash or might tako good automobile and give
terms on balunce,
A comparatively new G room residence out on
the hill on White St. In N. W. McKinney lot 50
x260. City water and gas also barn and garage
Price $2400.00 terms $400.00 cash balam/
easy. Might accept Ford car as part payment
Our City Property and Farm Land Sales all to-
gether amounted to $67,000.00 during the
month of July Just passed.
This Is to remind you that both Clt>' property
and Farm lands aro active and that you malck
money when you buy and sell through us.
HIGHT LAND CO.
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Perkins, Tom W. & Wilson, Walter B. The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 5, 1920, newspaper, August 5, 1920; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth293269/m1/12/: accessed September 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.