The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 5, 1920 Page: 8 of 16
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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. AUGUST 5,1920.
Special Mid Summer Sale!
To Make Room For Our New Fall Goods
Which' Are Arriving Daily!
50 Pretty Voiles and Organdy Dresses
$25.00 Value Special Sale $7.95 and $3.95
100 SILK AND GEORGETTE AND MESALINE
$10.00 Skirts Special Sale $3.95
Three weeks special sale in staple goods. 45c Giug-
ham Sale 25c and 20c yard.
40c Bleecing Special Sale 25c yard.
Pepperell Sheeting $1.25, value special sale 90c yard.
$2.85 Voiles special sale i- $1.35
White Organdie and voiles special sale 35 and 45c.
White Wash Skirts, Special Sale •• $1.95
SPECIAL SALE ON LADIES HOSE
$2.95 Hose Special $1.95
Ladies house aprons — •• $1.95
Closing out all our summer shoes at cost
A beautiful line of tall coat suits. We are putting
them in this sale. Special Sale $25.00 and $32.50
100 Ticolett Waist $8.00 values special sale . .-.$3.95
We are closing out all our summer hats at $1.95 and
BOYS WASH SUITS
White canvas shoes in all sizes $5.95 value, Special
We hold articles on small deposit.
Crochet Thread •• 7c
St. Louis Sales Company
Just West J. P. Dowell's Store
A nice rain fell here Sunday after-
Little J. T. Smitli is an the sick list
Mrs. Nora Smith is some better at
Ed Smith was a business visitor ill
Mrs. B. D. Rodgers has returned
home after a visit In West Texas.
Rrank Rodgers and Rufus Rice
where Farmersvilie visitors Monday.
Jesse Smith and Rufus Rice attend-
ed church at Pleasant Grove Thursday
Mrs. Lena Brazwell and children
are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. D. Rodgers.
Mrs. Ora Rodgers and little son
John D. visited Misses Addlo and
Jackie Van Bvers Sunday.
Jesse Smith and sister Miss Leor.a
visited their grandparents, Mr. anu
Mrs. J. W. Morris at Midway Saturday
nnd Sunday also attended the picnic
Mrs. Etta Rice and children have
returned home after a brief visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mor-
ris and family of Midway and brother
Floyd Morris of the Womblt coin
Fay Bury, Aug. 2.
Arther West and family fr-.m
Fnitrrm, Ark., is visiting at X. B.
Rev. Rodgers and Rev. McCrow
are holding the meeting. Let every-
Mrs. Maud aHrper and children
from Oklahoma are visiting at Mr.
Robert Byrd has gone to middle
Tennessee for a f«w weeks visit to
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Minnie Mlddleton and children
from East Texas are visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Stella Poor.
T. D. Russell, wife and little
daughter have returned from a visit
from Clifton and Temple, Texas. Ab
Clark and Miss Amanda Russell ac-
eor.ij anled them home.
Clearlake, Aug. 2.
Mrs. John Drane is sick at this
The Baptist protracted meeting
John Russell and Miss Olell Doug-
lav wwe married.
We have had two nice rains and
crops are looking good.
Bradford Russell and Miss Lillie
Clayton were married Sunday.
Mr. England and family of Biue
Ridge were •econt visitors here.
S W. Bailey and wife of Blue
Ridge were visitors here recently.
Mr. England and wife of Greenville,
spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Will
Rich and family.
Mrs. Othel Burton and children visi-
ted her sister Mrs. Will King of Ve-
rona last Tuesday.
Ben McTee an J wife of Blue Ridge
spent Saturday night and Sunday at
the home of G. W. Tlllcy.
R. P. Durham and family of Mc-
Kliincy wero visiting his parents It.
VV. Durham and wife last week.
Mrs. Everett Liner and children
have returned t. their home in Rob-
ert-on Co. after a ten days visit with
Homer Cooper and wife and Miss
Clara lvuykendall of Blue Ridge
spent Saturday night and Sunday at
the home of Herman Burton.
New Life, August 2.
Homer Wallace is on the sick list.
Mrs. Joe Nickels is still very Blck.
Hoyet Parley spent a week visiting
relatives at Prosper.
J-sa liurton of Chambersvlt'e svet.t
Friday night with Foy Hayes.
Roy Crawford of Ash Grove spent
Wednesday night with Alvln Herron.
B. C.r Vlck-jrs and Riley Herron of
Blossom are the guest of I. M. Her-
Mrs. Will Lowe Is visiting her
daughter Miss Bertha Lowo of Dal-'rt"V where he will
Is requested to bo present as this wili
end our association year ayd we ex-
pect to call |<ustor and elect officers
ami teachers for church and Sunduy
school for the following year.
New Hope, August 2
Mark Vermillion of Weston attend-
ed services here Sunday.
Dun Hoyor of Cottage Hill was In
Altoga Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. McGee of Fltzhugh Mills spoilt
Iilhi week 'Willi her daughter Mrs. Julia
Miss Esther Carter of Wetsol, spent
tht week-end with Misses Edith and
Mrs. Maggie Dunn returned to her
home in Dallas after a few days stay
with relatives here.
John Gains and wife of Sherman
spent Friday night with Mrs. Gains
parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. Hale.
Winston Dunn wont to Weston Sun-
spend a few days
Justice of the Peace Martin Kindle
left lifs Kord car standing in front of
the lOlks Club Tuesday night and be-
tween the hours of 9 nnd 10:30 some-
body drove it away and the car ha 1
not been located up to noon today. It
was a 1920 model. Mr. Kindle offers
a reward of fifty dollars for the car.
H. O. Horn and wife have returned
to their home at Ardinore, Oklahoma,
after a visit to ills brother, A. E.
Horn and wife in this city, Mr.
Horn is a cotton merchant at Ard-
Will Oglesby has returned from a
visit to his parents at Upton, Mis-
souri. Mr. Ogleeby is one of thq
traveling representatives of the Bdr-
days visit on Mtew.irt Wlioletiule' Co. out of thia
las. with his cousin Mark Vermillion.
Alvln Herron is visiting his sister' Miss Clara Porter returned Satur.
Mrs. T. K. Jones and iimily o* Temple, day evening from a few
Ckla. with her brother Hubert
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Henderson and family of Piano.
family were shopping in McKinney) Our revival meeting conducted byl Ilr F1 c nra
Monday '«>" pastor Rev. J. R. Hllger began «,„,ndlng the month of Aummt with
F. E. Simpson and daughters Arah Sunday and will continue through the relatives at iti« #>i#i hnn!L ,
and Mode visited relatives at Prince- week. Everybody is Invited. iGrance Tens i r i. «
ton Friday. Elbert Evans and family who moved]^ T XTl
Several from here attended the en- to Oklahoma a few months ago have city. °
tertalnment at Mr. Wallace's of VIncy been visiting Mrs. Evans parents Mr. I ,
Begins Saturday, Aug. 7
While in New York we found a special lot of furs at a pick-up price. We
bought them at 35 to 50 per cent less than their real worth. We will share
our good fortune with our patrons.
FUR SCARF PIECES
Fur Scarf Pieces in Lynx Fox« Wolf, China Wolf and Coney, priced at
$7.50 and up
Fur Capes and Coats
Fur Capes and Coats in Moline, Kit Coney, etc., priced at
Capes $35 to $40
Coats $85 Each
See Daily Courier Gazette Friday, August Gth for further price quota-
This is a very rare opportunity to buy Furs at an immense saving
McKinney Dry Goods Co
"The Store That Saves You Money.
Grove No. 1, Monday night.
I Wit Hitchcock and family was the
ignest of his falhor J, H. Hitchcock of
McKinney Friday and Saturday.
Miss Jennie Sue and Master Glen every family from hero were
Sportman of McKinney spent the week sen ted at the big reunion last
and Mrs. J. 11
Picnic days for this
almost a thing of the
Far-, some being there every day.
Grind Terrell, little 10 month
other j j jj; Bush two Bons> joe
and Roy of Ovala, Texas, are visit -
summer aro jng ai fj,e home of her sister, Mm. W.
past. Neariy i,_ Yarhrough, and other relative*
ween | .
end with their uncieu, Claud
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Patterson son °f Mrs. Jewell Terrell
I.ee Furr, a thrifty young farmer
of the Rhea Mills community, was
id,' the big picnic last week. Garland won ler-Gasette. Thanks.
spent Saturday night and
with Charlie James and family
Misses Rhoda, and Leva Reed
Chester and Irene Jay of Wallls 1st prize for the finest looking, best
Chapel were the guests of Misses developed red headed boy, which
Grace and Jessie Herron Monday were special prises was a pair of shoes
and stockings given by L. V. Graves St
Co., sack of White Billows Flour ny
Collin County Mill and Elevator Co..
Child's Sliver set by Martin Kindle
and Ed Blakeman. Wo are always
proud when one of our Altoga babies
wins a prlso^ We believe Collin county
should not only have a baby show but
shculd have a "better baby contest"
once a year; people would not daro
have their stock Judged as we permit
are babies to be.
Altoga, August 2.
Mrs. Earl Scraggs and little daugh-
ter Betty Eiarl have returned to their
home in Ft. Worth after spending sev-
eral days with her parents Mr. and
Mrs Emmett Petterson.
Stiff Chapel, Aug. 2.
C. n. MIX ON GRATEFUTi.
Cecil Wiley and wifo vlaKed at Van
Alstyne last week.
Mr. Self of East Texas visited his
nephew, W. R. Self last week.
Will Smith and family of Mt Zlon To I ho Voters of Commissioners' Pro-
visited Earl Bates and wife Sunday. I clnct No. i;
Bob Rains and family of Rhea! I take this method of thanking both
Mills visited in this community last the women and men for their support
week. I given me In the recent primary eleo-
Mr. Bandy nnd family of Viney tlon. Whllo I had no opponent for the
Grove visited Jim Pruett and family offico, I am Just as appreciative of
Sunday. I your votes as if I had. I will ondeav-
Guy Williams of Wlchta Falls vlsl- or to perforin the duties of my offico
ted Bro. Sid Williams Saturday and as satisfactory in the future as < have
Sunday. in the past,
Veris Mallow of Waco, visited home Respectfully yours.
folks last week and attended the Mc- q' u mjXON.
Henry Bates nnd family of Prince-
ton visited Joe Bates and family Sat-
Henry Baker and family of Okla.
Cnrcl of Tlinnks.
We wish through the columns of
thlfc paper to express our appreciation
visited relatives in this community the to our many friends who so faithfully
RAISED AT WESTON
HUNT COUNTY'S CHOICE
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pa«t wofik and attended tho picnic at (ntlntatnred to ua, dminer tho Hlckncfwi '110 1101(1 111 tho first pri-
McKinney. ..... "n,, death of our precious baby, rnarv in 98 nmwinnta a. «•
- — — of words fall us when wo try to express ,!"/ 7? t?.™1/ 9 ,n th° 1)l8"
trict, tied Ins throe opponents
in several others although he
announced his candidacy loss
than 00 days before tho July
Beula Williams and children
Sam's Texas returned homo Satur- to you our appreciation for loving
day after a two weeks visit to her kindness, nnd sympathy, and for tho
mother Mrs. N. J. Mllllcan. Iheautlful floral offering. Mny the
The pastor B. R. Young will preach j)e(lr 0od hless you all.
at the Church Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. Each member of tho church
Monay bask without quwtlon
If HUNTS W«Wli I"
?thar Itohlne «"•••"••
rw ( cant baa *t ear flak.
SMITH DRUG CO.
J. R. JORDAN and Family.
Mrs. II. T. Monro" of Oklahoma
City Is the guest of her daughter.
Mrs. J. w. Moeoly and family In this
Josh Chandlor and family of Green,
vllle, but formerly of the Parker
neighborhood south of McKinney, at-
tended the picnic Saturday and vial-
ted Jim Hefner In McKinney, a for-
mer neighbor at Pirkor.
FOKD UAH STOLEN
I ROM MARTIN HINhliB
Lem Moore of Sedalia came down
to attend the big McKinney picnic. He
stayed all night at the home of his
uncle J. W. Vantrese at White's
Grove. Lem Isthe son of the late
Uncle Jake Moore an (Hived In McKin-
ney for many years.
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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/m1/8/: accessed June 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.