The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 9, 1920 Page: 2 of 16
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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZETTE,THITRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1920.
hough not as large as the Hereford or Shorthorn, partisans
eed today assign to them first rank among butcher beasts, as
by actual competition In slaughter testB.
iberdeen-Angus cattle do possess a fineness of bone, a wealth
ml flesh, a capacity to finish evenly and smoothly, with a resul-
lendid marbling of lean, which Is distinctive of them. A few of
Black Beauties in the pastures of OUR farms would greatly in-
•<3^e the prize beef production of this county. The question of high
*^ed feed is best answered with pure bred cattle.
If wo can help, come and see us.
-* he Central State Bank
(Originally Continental State)
"THE DOUBLE PROTECTION BANK"
^dorol Reserve Bank J. L. Cliapman—Cashier
Walker left today on a two
p over five states traveling
lesnle barber supply house.
E. E. King, to the regret
ly friends, continues quite
home on "West Louisiana
WILLIAM L KENLY
in went to Marilee this1
tornlng to lake charge of the estate
' William Zatloukal, of which estate
3 ha a been .appointed receiver.
Miss Willie Berry, daughter of Mr.
id Mrs. J. 11. II. Berry, of this cuy,
ft today for Rawlings, Wyoming,
ihcre she will teach in the public
;hool at that place the coining term.
J. D, Moreland of Allen was a luisi- j
ess visitor in McKinney this morn- i
g, having come up here to get re- I
i.iirs for his tractor. Mr. Moreland i
renewed for the ]>aily Courier-Qa- j
zetto while here.
Mrs. Sallio Cox, who makes her
home with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Faulk-1
ner, West Davis street, received a fall ]
today which resulted in breaking a hip
bone. She is one of the pioneer sei- ]
tiers of Collin county and Is the wid-
ow of the late Noah Cox. They lived
near Lucas for many years.
Miss Wilnier Threadglll of Lareda,
Texas, attended the marriege of her
sister, Miss Rachel Doggett In this
city Sept. 1st, to Prof. Bert E. Ix>ve-
lady of Richmond, Texas. Mrs.
Threadgill and her husband are both
practicing attorneys at their home at
Lareda on the Texas-Mexican border.
Master Ben Pitts, son of J. M.
Pitts, a farmer living three miles
northwest of McKinney captured
William L. Kenly, former brigadier
general and chief of the air service and
now a private citizen, predicts that the
time will come when the aerial cxpresc
will be as much a part of lif« as the
automobile Is today.
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*10 TO $15, SAVED ON A FALL SUIT THE NEW FALL FOOTWEAR
Should mean a great deal to you in
these days of high prices. Many pat-
rons coming to us tell us that our May now be seen in Florshelm shoes
prices are far below what they have ,a\ thill shoe store. We have
been asked elsewhere.
The First Suck Of
all the beBt styles for fall and winter
wear for the young man who wants
the last word in fashion and for the
We guarantee a fit and can give
you Just the style you want. We are'man who is conservative about
getting prompt deliveries now, many dressing,
times receiving and delivering suits
within ten days from date of order.
W. M. SHIPLEY
Come see the Florshelm and get our
prices before buying your fall foot-
W. M. SHIPLEY
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Former Senator Joseph W. Bailey Fred Emerson attended the annual
who spent Saturday and Saturday Hunt County Fair at Greenville last
night in McKinney departed at 8:40 Mr. Emerson Is a local banker
o clock Sunday morning for Dallas. an(| capitalist but he has for years
Mr. Bailey \\^as^entertained Saturday in t«Uen an interest In registered Jersey
tattle and while there purchased two
or three head from prominent Hunt
Was L^ade there has
been a greater demand
for the old-fashioned
home-made light bread, the best
bread you ever tasted.
Try it on light bread, pie crusts,
biscuits, or anything you please.
the home of Mayor llenry A. Finch.
At high noon ho was the honor guest
at a luncheon in the Finch home.
Hand-painted place cards symbolizing
old fashioned democracy marked
county breeders. Mr. Kmerson has
encouraged many peoplo of his home
county to substitute registered for
P..a.fM,'s the following: J.^W. Bailey, 8tock and, especially Jerseys,
and has, from time to timo, brought
-Collin County Mill & Elevator Co.
in McKinney today.
A. W. Simmons of McKinney,
Route 8, called at this office this af-
ternoon and renewed his subscription
to The T>ailey Courier-Gazette.
W. G. Drake, the merchant at Enloe,
went to Sherman today to visit his
unusually big centipede while he was son, Fell* Drake and wife. He will
plowing Wednesday. He plowed up «o from there to Denison and visit!
the poisonous insect or reptile which relatives before returning home
" ir.pv.„a in Miss Alta Davis, daughter of Dr.
measure moio . , bv fore- an<* Mra< L- Dav's of this olt.v, went
length and which he enured by fore ; ^ gunday ,lfternoon wh(.re „hl,
lug into the moil o « wllI tench in the public school, which
Ho exhibited the centipede on our n ^ mornln'g
streets today. | G. F. Bomar of Viney G rove was a
Uel Ford's recovery from his rccent i biwjness vlsUorf) jn McKinney th,H
serious injuries received at the Texas afternoon He Htat(>8 that Mr„. Bo-
Cotton Mill on August 18. is so satis- |mar jfl >ufferlnjj fmm a 8pralned an.
kle. sustained recently when she step-
factory tha". he was able to be taker.
from the sanitarium to his ii ■>nn> "ii
Tuesday of this week. Uel is tlie seven-
teen-year-old son of W. T. Ford. His
skull was fractured in eife'n places
and his left arm was so Sadly injured
that it had to be amputated. His re-
covery Is indeed very rapid, which is
gratifying to the many friends of this, known this morning,
•worthy youth, who stood his terrible
Injuries with unusual bravery and for-
William Bacon and John J. Simmons
of Dallas, Scott Fulton of Van Als-
tyno, Dr. J. C. Erwln, J. $B. Abernathy,
John I >. Reeso, Carl Gallagher, F. B.
Pope, John L. Lovojoy, J. Perry Bur-
rus, and Mayor Finch.
Mrs. Finch was assisted at the
unchcon hour by Mrs. J. 1,. Lovejoy.
Miss Ruth Finch gave an original
From 2 until 5;30 Mayor and Mrs.
Finch kept open house for Senator
Bailey's friends and several hundred
called during the reception hours.
Delicious punch was served by the
following: Misses Helen Fox, Fanny
Welsman, Marguerite Erwln, B. U.
Harrison, Margarlte West, Betty
Finch, Betty Scott, and Mrs. Tip i i;r-
In the evening Mr. BaiK-y was en-
tertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Newsome, 407 West Virginia
street. Dinner guests were: J. W.
Bailey, J. Lovejoy, Dr. C. G.
Comegys, J. H. Gulledge of Piano, J.
M. Gay, Nevada, George W. Fox, F.
D. Perkins, H. A. Finch, J. E. Aber-
nathy, F. B. Pope, L. A. Scott, I. D.
Newsome, E. A. Newsome. Misses
Vivian tJulledge of Piano and Mise B.
B Harrison assisted in entertaining.
Friends of Mr. Bailey called from 8
Mr. Bailey's visit was purely social
and during the day friends from all
parts of the county called to pay their
FREE DETAL CLINIC HELD HERE
SATURDAY BY IU0D CROHN
ped off tho walk.
Some time during
burglars entered the
of Mr. Davis and J.
tho restaurant at
E. Gibson and
amount of goods taken was
Frank E. Wilcox of the
District Court Collin
The first free dental clinic In McKin-
ney was held In the offices of Drs.
Hoard and Hoard on Saturday. Dr. G.
. .,|W. Tinslar, representing the Stato
"J?..—I Board of Health co-operating with
the American Red Cross conducted
it e examinations of twenty-six child-
ren from four ward schools of Mc-
not:Kinney and from the Chambersville
school district. The number of child-
ren present was smaller than hoped
for, but otherwise the clinic was a
Miss Emma Giger, Collin County
Grayson counties, and Court Steno-'
grapher J. M. Muse returned to Sher-1
p 1 1 man this morning after spending i|e(j Cross Public Health Nurse, was
rrifl/W Sunday with homo folk. Judge Wilcox lasslsted l v Mrs. H. U Moulden, cfialr-
J. inaujr ( j has two more weeks'of court in Gray- man of the nursing division of tho
i.son county. 'chapter, Mrs. E. L. Burton, Mrs.
Deputy County Clerk W. B. Man- Labor Day Is beirip observed today (jharles Emerson, Mrs. F. G. Burnett.
tooth and little daughter, Mable left bnnl<8 "f ,he °,1,y nnd fountyi .
this afternoon for Commerce, where nn(1 th« POStoffice employes and rural FIVE MULES AND HORSES
they will visit relatives for a few days. «''"-''"'rs All the dry (roods stores and j ARE KILLED BY LIGHTNING
M. L. Vermillion of Westminster Kents furnishing establishments were
was a business visitor in McKinney also closed, as was also the barber i Paris, Texas, Sept. 6.—Five mules
today. Mr. Vermillion stated that the Pitching houses, North Texas ant] horses belonging to C. W. Cald-
erood roads work in that district was pf-8..0?,' 0 a"d Toxas p?*'®r nndiWe]j( a young farmer, a mile west of
Drogresslng nicely. The grading has Light Co. of lift- .A number of the oir.- chicota, near Red River, were killed
Just about been completed and the r'f the above mentioned busl- by lightning a few days ago. Farm-
work of putting down the rock base peases went downto Dallas to Bp nd;,.rs Df the neighborhood made up a
will begin soon.
into our county many nobly bred anl-1
mals of this "Queen of the Dairy pretty sunshiny weather in order that
breeds" of cattle. Ho took a leading they may gather their cotton. Tho
part In getting up the Jersey Calf rains will delay cotton pick-
Club in which 50 head of registered ing for three or four days. Farmers
Jersey heifers were distributed at Mc- from sections where rains have been
Kinney April L'4th last. Mr. Emerson is frequent during the past months say stock
more interested in the Jersey cattle that the condition presents a serious
from his admiration of tho milk and aspect. The rain also is delaying the
butter breed and the desire to promote work on good roads construction in
of the l • i ■ ity of his town and this county.
coun'y tii hi liu is for his own pecun-i «
in v lits. We have personally R. L. HENRY TO
known oi instances wherein he liatul-1 SUPPORT NEFF
led gistered Jex-seys at actual cost j
j.ist in order to develope new Jersey j Waco, Sept. 6.—Hon. It. D. llenry
uinclers among his friends and home of Waco, commenting on the result of
the gubernatorial contest, said:
people and promote the interest of
appeared to him, as competent and
appeare dto him, as competent and
CONTINUED RAIN SERIOUSLY AF-
FECTS COTTON SITUATION
"Texas Democrats have spoken and
I accept the verdict of their organized
action and will support their nooii-
rees from Governor down to Consta-
ble, While 1 advocated the nomina-
tion of Senator Bailey, I yield to the
decision of the majority and will give
my support to Mr. Neit, the regular
Col. Jupiter Pluvlus certainly has
not been slighting McKinney and Col-
lin county of late. Early Monday I m —
another rain visited McKinney and INTEREST SHOWN IN BIO LIVE-
portlons of the county. About 101
o'clock a harder rain began falling'
and at 2 o'clock that afternoon It was 1
still raining. The rains were not need-1
ed. In fact, the farmers are wanting ment that they would have an oppor
tunity to show their livestock in
Kinney this fall. The dates set
the big show were Thursday and
day, November 4th. and &th.
The Collin County Purebred Live-
Association will meet in Mc-
Kinney next Thursday morning at
10:30 o'clock to take action on ar-
rangements ' for this big show. This
show will take the place of the usual
Move* Itiwk to McKIiiim'Jt. t •
Mrs. S. S. Mcintosh has moved back
to McKinney and has purchased whut
Is known as the F. C. Thompson home
place, corner of Uenge and ltavts
streets. Mrs. Mcintosh resided in Mc-
Kinney for many years, but ah
seven years ago moved to Bellvue,
Texas, where she has resided until
her return a few days ago to McKin-
G. A. Forsyth left for Milwaukee
after a few days visit !■ McKinney.
Me was on his way home from the Rio
Id unde valley where he had been for
STOCK SHOW NOV, 4-5 three months Installing an Irrlgatlni
— I plant on Llano Grande riantatlo
Farmers and stockmen of Collin; near Mercedes. This plantation
ounty were glad to read the announce- j pects to erect a sugar mill In time
take earn of next season's crop.
,the day. A big labor celebration
iheld there today.
was purse of $400 to partly reimburse Mr.
Caldwell for his loss.
THE INTERESTS OF TOWN AND
COUNTY ARE MERGED
The resources of the county have
built up the trade of the town and the
public improvements resulting from
this wealth have largely been applied
to the betterment of the town itself.
John Thompson of Allen was a
business visitor In McKinney thM
morning. He is assistant cashier of
the First National Bank at that
place. | This being true, many farmers have
A pretty baby daughter, tipping the come to feel that the townsman is sel-
Bcales at eight pounds, took up her fjHh, that he seeks the major benefit
Abode at the home of Mr. and Mrs. from a transaction by fixing the price
Wm. J. Edwards, North Church Btreet, hoth on what the farmer has to sell
Beginning today the local whole-
sale houses will remain open all day
on Saturdays. It has been tho cus-
tom of the local wholesale houses to
close for a half holiday on Saturday
ufternoons between tho first Saturday
In May and the first Saturday in Sep-
tember. The reason for
open all day on Saturday during the
winter months is because of shorter
Hon. Fred Duncan of Wylle
McKinney this morning on business of
John Miller of Dallas was the jftiest
of his cousin, Otis Nelson, and family Kain.
and on what he has to buy.
It has been well said that the solu-
tion Is to make the country town a real
part of country life and develop ono
program for the upbuilding of both
town and country. The life of the
town cannot bo separated from the
life of tho country. The Interests of
remaining town and country mer^e and cross.
Jf the farmers are thrifty, the towns
are thrifty. If the farmers are un-
Ithrifty, the towns are likely to be
dead. The prosperity of the farms Is
I the soul of the business life of the
Itown. The business Interests, the bank-
|or, the merchant, the manufacturer,
land all the rest must become alert to
wa.i In the necessity for creating fnlr and
adequate relations with the farmers
In their own trade territory, In the In-
terests of their own greatest ultimate
•The Progressive Farmer.
ANNA YOUNG PEOPLE
MARRIED HERE SATURDAY
Saturday afternon at 5 o'clock Roy
Meyers and Etta Kemp of Anna were
marred In the office of Justice of tho
Pcace Martin Kindle.
Mrs. Jennie White, ago 70, of Ix>s
ngoies, California, who has boen
visiting relatves in Fort Worth
came over to McKinney Sunday to
visit her aunt, Mrs. Sallio Cox, ago
86, who received a broken hip in a
J. PIERP0NT MORGAN
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•l-l"l"l"l"l-|..|. |M I I H-I I -I 'M l-l-M I I
STOCK—THE BEST STOCK
not ohoose this asjyour grocery store that you may know you ,
ling with one of the really popular stores in North Texas •
he very best groceries? We want |
Adolfo ds la Muerta, who w«s elect*
m4 provisional prsMtfent of toe repuMlo
We do the very heat of M-mttng.
Mr. Morgan offered to the United
Staj£«i^govemment a house In Lon.
eety. The •#.
October 28th, 1920
(Scene at Rdmond Butler Jersey Auc on Sale, Mt. Klsco, N. Y.,
and the cow which sold to F. W. Ayr for $15,000. Photo By
Amorlcan Jersey Cattle Club.) •
Please bear in mind that on OCTOBER 28th. We will hold our first auction sale o
Jerseys in McKinney. Forty head of our very best will be sold. Twenty fine cow
heavy in milk and twenty of the finest and choicest heifers you have ever seen 'i
Collin county. The Jerseys in this sale nre strictly high class—to be compared with
those of the best herds in the south. Wo invite you to see tliein now and watch thera
as they #row in quality and good looks between now and the date of our sale Oc-
tober 28th. We want your name and address that wo may send you one of our cata-
logs. Bear the date in mind and tell your friends about this big event.
PECAN GROVE DAIRY
SAM APPLE, Manager.
Members Collin County Purebred Livestock Association, Texas Jersey Cattln Plnh
Collin County Jersey Club. *
n COL. J. RILEY GREEN, Wolft City, Texas, Auctioneer.
G. J^'^SE, McKinney, Texas, Salesmanager.
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Perkins, Tom W. & Wilson, Walter B. The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 9, 1920, newspaper, September 9, 1920; McKinney, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth293273/m1/2/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.