The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1918 Page: 1 of 12
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Witt ®tefelt SfemocratM®a?ette
i'llllt I'Y-riiTII VI: Alt (iMahiuiicil i-vbruui'j 7, ihm)
Mt KlNKKV, I t>1.1 J.\ COUNTY, TK \ \s, Till ItsDAY, VIMtll, II. IUIH.
12 PAGES THIS WEEK
— ' 11
no**r a(l"iido.| a meeting' at
which llii ria.iii< of patriotism burned
stronger in the hearts of tin- audi-
ence than tins meeting of eltlKons held
at tho Huntnims Mi'ii's Association
rooms Tuesday night," hutil .1, K
Kh«L. who presided, yesterday to it
reporter for this paper. Tin- meeting
wm liolil for III'- purport)- ol' cumpict -
Ing plans and arranging details of tho
big Liberty loan drive In Me Kinney
precinct. There w.c> a largo attena-
ojice anil the enthusiasm ol those ut-
t ending far exi'mslcd that of any prc-
vIouh meeting-. Kvery person present
scented to realize that he hail a <1 «-f I -
nite duty to perform and when Mr.
Hhea called for volunteers for service
he wos given the pledge of every per-
soa prosent who not only said he
woald do what he could but .solemnly
pledged himself to expend every en-
«■ vgf tmrard the aim, which Is raising
the quota of the McKlntley votliiK
precinct In the third liberty loan.
McKllincy I'rciillWI's Quoin.
T^ie quota of the McKlntley pl'o-
i net W!i.i Hot al |fiKi.lioo.no .1. Kd
KbeA Irt till- general chairman lor this
precinct. Kvery clllsoti of the precinct
is mippo.-od to servo in some eupai lly
in t.ho bite drive for Liberty dollars,
which In to b (Tin Friday April 12,
i 'im.ni it I ens which are already al work
a r« expected In runtlline lie .1 labors
'IV n Capla 11- \p|Hli 11 led.
1 imral 1 'ha I mm n llle a appointed
I.* captains and i-ompiiliii - I > worn
under the captain* were seloolod. To
Jlight a,I S. H < > o'clock executive com-
mittee vvhlc'li is composed 01 1111 eap.
I.ulns named Will meet al the llusiniss
Men's rooms, ai 'which definite in
Hiructions will I) ■ i sued fin tin drive
wliieh begins on Krulay. l-'riday morn-
itiET it !l o'elock every member id' the
commit teen will no el at the liiiHtnoH
Moil's rooms and begin the campaign
which will continue all day. in the
afternoon from 1 till •! o'clock all
stores will be asked to close and every
<-it,l*iin Invited to come to the sqtinie
for that hour. Kvery person is expect-
ed to ax; that himself and all others
have signed an application for a Lib-
erty bond. Met ween il and I o'clock
will be devoted to a personal cam-
paign among the people Mayor Finch
is expected to Issue a proclamation
asking tho stores to close and give the
time to tlie personal -work.
UITAINS AN1 COMMTITKI'X.
Ifr. I'„ It. Ilutiatii, Captain.
J. (<. Ixivojoy, J. K. Cooper, J. P.
'IrMrh, Henry Morgan, It. I,, Crock-
ett, Sam Cotncr. Jim Andrews, (.'has.
ttmam, Tom Scott, J. It. White Jr., J.
n. Bimh. Fred Hrannon, lien Duller,
TNL V. O. Hedges, Jiui P. Dowell, Vet
A. NT. Scott, («|)Uln.
A I*. Pope. Ftod Wmerson, T. K.
<M(, n. C. Jackson, F. I'« Wilcox, It.
P. Weweomo. K r*. Kimbrough, Chits.
KlMkntl, TTIa Saunders, Vernle (Iraves,
J. P. llurrtiN. Walter Howell, S. Wels-
OWH OF MRS.
JOHN T. M
After a several months' period of
ill health, Mrs John T Tccl died at
4 p. in., Monday, April s, at tin fam-
ily home, 715 North Church street,
this city. The announcement ol her
death came as a surprise to the
friends, few of whom, wero aware of
her critical illness. In fact, her Im-
mediate family did not realize that she
was ho near death's door until shortly
before she breathod her last.
Miss Ida i'earco was the second
daughter of Hiram pea roe, a brother
of A. II. I'curcc oj' McKlnney. She was
born at Itenner in Southwest Collin,
Feb. 15, INTO, and was reared there
and at Piano'where she received most
of her schooling. She was united In
marriage Sept. li, isn«, to John T.
Teol who with one child, l<cnn, 10-
yoar-oltl daughter, snrvlvo her death
Another child, a ♦ton. dleti m infancy.
She Ih also survived by the following
brothers and sisters: Jasper and Sum
I'earee, both of California; Mrs ii II.
MeConnell, of Frisco, Texas; Mrs
Mary Simpson of Arkonsn.t and Mrs
Sallie Page of California. Another
I brother. William 11. I'earee, was one
'if tho party of I<1 or DO Americans
that were taken from a train at ('lil-
Uiiiihuu, Mexico, two years ago and
massaeied by Villa bandlis, he being
Ih. Itrst one of the victims to be kill-
ed. The de,'eased profcSHod religion in
early girlhood and Joined the Metho-
dist church in which communion she
lived a most faithful Christian life
until death. Site was n% modest, re
tiring disposition, devoted to her Cod
and her church. As a wife she was
loving, devoted and sweet -spiritoil.
Her heart-broken husband dei lares
that til all llii" Iwenly-lwo years of
their married life, she novel uttered
an angry word to hint. She lavished
all I lie tender love possible in a moth
or upon her only living child, Lena, 11
bright High school girl, 'who in turn
'devotedly returned her love ill every
| ministration and help that a child
'could bestow upon a frail mother. The
rending of the earthly ties of this
happy little family circle by the cruel
Intrusion of death Is causing the
hearts of the husband and young
daughter to bleed with deepest grief.
They have the Hyinpathy of many
friends In this dark hour of sorrow.
Funeral services wore conducted at 2
p. m. at the First Methodist church by
Presiding Kid or C. W. Dennis, assist-
ed by Hr. J. L. Pierce, The burial
fbltowed in the Kowlett Creek come-
HEWS HAPPENINGS GET 4 MED FROM
IT COURT HOUSE COLLIN COUNTY
V. K. Alx-mathy, Captain.
Paul McKlnney, W. II. Matthews, C.
J. Smith, l> c mil. Walter It. Wilson.
Oen. VV Fox, Fred Iturnltt, I r. (loo.
Oom. ifys It. •' Merrllt, Fly Morten,
Chnx, Abbott. 11J II Snider. Pluin-
mer Harris. 4
I - - -
fliMi. Wilcox. Captain.
fl \ Finch. Clarence Smith, Henry
Ws.rd.oi, in .1 W. Lirgeiit. John
Dnncan. L. .1 Trnelt. tleorgi Thomp-
son, Minis Cameron, C I Mnydon,
nenjiiiiiln Smith, Sy Lucas.
W. >1. Hln'ii, t upialn.
Jlio P. Thomas, N. A. Hurton, J.
Frank Smith, J II Ferguson, l r. II
It. WolfoWl. A I, Oorrlsll, Joe Crouch.
J. H. Kay, Clint Thompson, Pat Korby,
<">. C. Wtcwart, Morgan Weaver. Arthur
<^hnr«'h, Adam llond, (llbson Cald-
(tllm MeKliin«'<r. ( aplaln.
John Knloo, A.. J. Commons, Tom C.
Ooodner, tl I. Wilcox. M J. Wiggins,
J, K. P. Shrader, C. W. Dennis, I'M.
H. Win ton. <5. It Hughes, Jim Sports-
man, Inn. K. Ilurt-age Lou Furr,
Ili-o. P. Ilnwii, Ciiplalii.
J. W. Will banks, J T. Couch, Scolty
Forwyth, F. F Wlggs. S. .1 Vaiighan,
J. M. Abertiathy, W. It. Illll, J. D
Ooostree. Peyton Westmoreland, A. It.
Ootlgh. Dr. J Knight, John While, Dr
J C Krwin, T S Urockman.
w .V INIWI'II, I apialn.
tl It. Smith, Ham Noathory S « .
nrott. Ham Massle, Jack Hall, I.. A
Mnot.t, J. (I. Fltahngh, Kd Itomnr,
flene Martin. « tls Nelson, W. J.
Fsl P. Hrown. Dr. Todd l^ir-
Mwnt. P. V. Mulkey, W It Mitchell.
J, |i. MoKiiiiicy, Captain.
i. II, t^annmlf. Wallwe llttghston,
IP t*. Tlvnm|isoii, J H. Hneod. U. P.
ftftrfly, Walter Hush, J. U tlreor. K
A KnmininPi H. I . Hoard.
W«Mpt Hmm, (MHMatn.
I. W. Pun'oll, W. H. Worthy, II. A.
AlMrnatliy, Tom W Perkins, CI. J. H.
Walker, lien Hill. Jtn« tloodnor,
Albert Mrt'auley. W. H. Hmllh. H. R
\r'lt>M<>lll|yi: TI RNS TIlRTIiK.
Jackson lliillnnl anil Sisters of the
Cluuiilii'mvllli' Coiiimunily Hurt
While en route to McKlnney Satur-
day afternoon in Ills ear Jackson
Dullard sustained a broken leg 'When
the ear turned over Jusl this side of
i 'hiimhorsvillo where Mr. dullard
lives, lie was accompanied by two sis-
ters who were scratched but not bad-
Never in tlie history of McKlnney
perhaps, has such a crowd gathered
here as that which thronged tho
| streets Saturday. Despite the heavy
lain of tile day before people came
from all parts of the county to par-
ticipate in and y low the most magni-
l a i iit pageant t lint has ever bcon
known in the county.
At 2 o'clock the crowd mohtluicd
on West Louisiana street at t.lie First
Itapiist church for the big parade.
Oram! Marshal Howell K. Smith, ac-
companied by tho Hon. W. It. Alier-
nnih> led the pageant. They were
I closely followed by the McKlnney
Merchants Hand playing martial mus-
ic which thrilled the heart of partici-
pant and spectator alike. Immediately
behind I lie band came .1. Kd Itliea Im-
personating Cucie Sam and Mis*
Myrtle Itartholomew as Mills Colum-
bia. Thou came a number of soldiers
marching ill perfect time ami perfect
stop to tlie stirring strains of the mil-
itary music. They presented such a
soldierly appearance In such striking
contrast to their appearance when
they left McKlnney for the training
camps that their performance elicited
a cheer from the crowds which lined
the sidewalks. Then followed that
branch ol the Tinted Stall's service
which is next in importance to the
fighting iiion the Kod Cross. Column
alter column of women, young ladles
and girls arrayed In the uniform of
the ited Cross passed in review be-
fore llu admit inr ga/.e of the specta-
111ih. The workers were divided Into
I the different divisions, hospital gar-
ments, surgical dressing and Home
•Service divisions. Following these
' utile the Junior Ited Cross gills.
The schools ol the city were well
represented and tlie kiddies marc hod
with all the delight of I'uil grown pa-
trlols. (Mlicr school of the county ;
ealiu in Illll I in c i ■ also, Allen, I'tailO, j
I 'ri Heel oil, Celina., Fa rinoi s\ 11 le and
II those who well al all able to gol$|
it was also demons!rated licit pen
| pie ol Afl'iean descent love the United
! States Jusl as much us any oilier race
in ml colored schools had many rep
j reueiilalives in the parade. 'Pin ir Ited
i'loss workers were also in uniform.
The pageant passed down Louisiana |
street to Chestnut street, marched
I north to tIn- postol'fice, thence up
i Virginia stuoot to Church, back to the >
i First Ha pi Ist church and again down
Louisiana. This lime they turned at
Tennessee stl'oel and inarched atoiiml
the square several times when the
pa radorrt disbanded.
All those who could get. within
bearing distance thronged- the east
side of the square to listen to tho pro-
gtti. which luid been arranged. The
band entertained the crowd with sev-
eral patriotic selections and tho pa-
triotic songs -worn led by tleo. T. Cobb,
Arthur Hill, Mrs. V. W. Wallace, Mrs.
Joe K. Largont, Mrs. T. H. Hry
ant. "Tho SUir-Hpangled Uanncr"
and "America, Hen's My Hoy" wero
features of tho singing. Addresses
wore made by the Kev. V. W. Wallace,
tho Hon. A. II. Flanory of Dallus and
Mayor H. A. Finch, addresses ringing
with tho spirit of '76.
The crowd was estimated at nearly
ten thousand people and officials of
the parade association stated that
wore It not for the rain there would
have been at least twenty-five thoit-
sund. No vehicles wero permitted to
park anywhere on the square or the
territory covered by the parade.
I'ltlNCDTON COTTON I AHMI.lt.
DIsTHICT Cot HT.
Hon M II Harnett. Judge
c. |,. Sears, t'li-rk
I'lddie Lively \s. John Lively, di
II S Cofield vs. I'attllic Cofield. ill
COI VI'V col HT.
Hon It. L. Moulded, Judge.
\\ L. Keen Clerk.
I trow tie drain Co. is. W. <• Wool
en. sun on contract.
Itrowne Ciruin Co , vs. Collin Coun-
ty National Hank, garnishment.
Kllintson Hros. vs. T K. Sliuitl ot ab
transferred from Dallas county.
f II Hollows lias made application
for letters of guardianship for l«'o
Ingrain ot al, minors.
.las. A Waters and Mrs. Itclla Sun
Fred tiosncl! and Mrs. Myrtle May
Iteiinlo Clark and tlerlle HlU'groves
It. I,. Krockman and luiogouo
Clou .lohiiMon and tiladys Wester.
C A. Morris and Kthelyn Andorson.
lieu T I'llkingtoii and Mrs. Martha
I li aehlnn. ,
It M SllyeiiH and Itulli M Critlch
Sid Liey and Donna Price.
Iteal llHliitr l'nii|s|'i-rs.
Tom I-'. Itogeif. el n\ lo Ida W'aib
K erley ( It.tl I acres ill tile Clayton Hog
ers siirvov, $l,7iie.
T M Watts el 11v. lo (i M W'alson,
acres in the Win. Price survey,
II M Jones and wife lo .1 C May o,
lots I ... A tl. block l!i. In I'opovllle,
i 7 2 r..
1% S, lloopei and wife lo (I. II
S. hoi Ikopt | L' of Mock 1^. Male Aildi
111111 I o Fa riuersvllle, ll.fiOO.
I l'>ed Smith and wife to A. T Fill-
ley, lirf In Celinii, ♦"500.
\. m. Illll ct al lo Frank Hlaolcwoll,
112 i||p°oy lit lite Joseph ,V D. M
Crutclifleid survey, $7,ri00.
I'M Knight oi iin lo J. .1. Monday,
'.i...I2 acres in the Peter F. Lucas sin
A. T. Fin ley and wife to P. D. Kirby
lot In t 'elltia, $200.
J. S. | Hckerson ot ux to .lirn Howon,
lot in Piano, $700.
Jno. Askew ol ux lo A. L. Waldon,
M.8 acres in the John A. Throckmor-
ton survey, $ 1,800.
Mrs. Mallie Webb to J. II. Wilcox,
lot 14. block 9, W. J. S. HosscU's first
addition to McKlnney, $600.
Car) Yates ol ux to Jesse Johnson,
lot in Cellna, $120.
Jim P. Dowell to A. M. Howell, 1
acre in McKlnney, $1076.
It. M. Crockett and wife to Jim P.
Dowell, 1 acre In McKlnnoy, 91075.
Jack Pierce of Camp Howie, Ft.
Worth was the guest of his mother,
Mrs. Nellie Pierce, of this city Satur-
day night and Sunday.
Chaildick, Fred Coffey, Yaney Powell
Stores til Clo-e Tuesday Afternoon.
Tuesday afternoon. April 10, all
stores In the city will bo asked to
close their doors for the entire ati-
ornoiin. Kvery coinmltteemaii and
citlseii are expected to report III the
Huslnoss Men's rooms at 1 o'clock
sharp, tloneral Chairman Ithoa em-
phasizes the importance of being on
time. At this time all automobiles un-
to lie mohllix.cd on public square and
assignments of territory given each
captain and li s committee of workers.
The roads leading out of the city will
bo divided and tho campaign earned
Into the rural districts 'whore each
f irmer will be personally asked lo buy
American Liberty bonds. Following
It ■ ill'l'.e on Tuesday tho lists of those
who lu.\e purchased bonds will be
separated from those who have not
subscribed and the delinquents will bo
sought out and all court made lo ob-
tain tne reason why such purchase
was not made, tloneral Chnlrman
Itliou hhlil he hoped lo be nble by
Wi . owlay of next 'week to publish
full and complete list of every person
who luis subscribed lo the purchase of
a Liberty bond of the third Liberty
loan. "I want Ibis honor roll lo be so
universal thai the person who has not
bought n bond will feel so Isolated In
the community that he will realise
that he |s unworthy of tho title of nn
Oencrnl Crulrman Rhea will make
his headquarters at the lluslness
Mitts routs where he inay be called
nt nny time. He said he •wanted mem-
bers of tho committees to abide by the
instr t.Minns of their captains and to
feel they are under the snme strict
discipline as If they wore the uniforms
of an Amurlcan soldier.
It. S. Wtuiim-lt Offcri'il :t:t Cents Per
PiMtntl for Two Hales.
It. S. Womaek, n prominent Prince-
ton farmer brought fwo bales of col-
li on to soil on the McKlnney market
Wednesday. W hen lie was Interviewed
him he had not yet. sold. He had an
offer of :t:< cents per pound and was
i still holding It for a better bid.
When there was no market at all for
jcolton about three years ago. few
farmers suspected that in so short a
I time that they would be still holding
on lo their cotton after receiving a
38-eont bid on It. Verily, the Collin
county farmer ban come Ito his own
In recent months.
I'l11ST lilllMltTV l/OAN Sl'KFCH
MAIM: IIY MHS. It. I/. MOI LHKN
Mrs. J L Itovejoy, county chairman
of the Women's Liberty l/inn cam-
paign organisation reports that Mrs.
It. L. Mouldon of this oily is the lady
having the honor of making the llrst
speech in behalf of the Liberty I/oan
In Collin county. Mrs. Mouldon talked
lo the women of the Ited Cross and
tl,e school children at Cellnn on Mon-
ti .y. Mrs. Mouldon Is a member of the
coi ps of women speakers and Is a
very effective speaker for the loan
an 1 other patriotic movements. Mrs.
Mouldon Is the wife of County Judge
P.. L Mouldon.
PAHM HH HI VS WAIl
STAMPS Ft>11 OIIIMIKKN
Tom Alrhoart, a big farmer of the
ValdoHta community, was here. He
said that he Is buying War Savings
Stamps for his children and grand-
children. You couldn't do a better
thing, Tom. Keep It up.
Add O. Wilson came up from Camp
Howie Saturday night and remained
over Sunday with his family.
Miss Hettle Bull of Wood lawn waa
the guest of Miss Kva Bagwlll In thla
city Saturday night and Sunday.
MIMMK OF MKItlSMA
SIOItltK TWO THACTS or ItAND
J. 8. Minims of Melissa had two
small tracts of real, good land that
he desired to sell. He placed both
tracts, of course, •with the McKlnney
Itoalty Co., for sale as he should have
done. He got results right now. J K.
flibson, that real, live-wire, knowlug-
IiiisIiiosh man and banker of Melissa,
"tied Into" both of the tracts right
now. They were unimproved, but ab-
solutely llrst-class. Mr. Minims waul-
ed $150 an acre for each of the tracts
Ho got thai for them. The ileal
amounted to $s.1imi. quick ami good
Work. Unless you desire to sell your
property do not ii.-t it Willi tlie Mc-
Klnney Itoalty Co. That Is llieir bus-
iness and they Will surely soli it. Tho
ileal was made by Mr. Perkins and
Mr. Smith <il this really company.
Will He Observed at Stony Point and
Itrlnlcc Cemeteries Saliiixluy,
Moot at Hrlnloo cemetery at 10 a.
in., old time.
Kccitation, Pearl Davis.
Deoorate graves, after which repair
to Stony Point church at once where
program will be rendered.
open with songs.
I 'l ayer.
Itcfitatloii, Mary Itona Ajdon.
Decorate graves at Stony Point.
tine hour intermission for dinner.
Heturn to church at 2 o'clock p. in.
Itecltation, Velnm. Wnllls.
Prayer, after which It Is planned to
go Into lite organisation of a cemotory
About Heady for Business.
The building which Is to be occu-
pied by the Mate Uurnott Grocery Co.
baa been put In condition, and they
will soon open up. Mr. Harnett Is well
and favorably known to al of our peo-
ple, having nt one time been engaged
In the grocery business In McKlnney.
Ilaael (lerrlsh, bookkeeper In the
Frisco auaranty State bank, was tha
guest of relatlvoes and friends In Mc-
The local \tScl\inne\ exemption
board has rocel\cil a call lm four
| registrants under the sclooll\o draft
who lire to lie sent to the Tev.is Ag
riciiltural and Mechanical iVIIogo lot
iilleal I la 1111111. This 11111111" i ot'
a w ill In col i a no d In t e \ prll I I
" is to arrive at the i'«1111■ a-:• April
I only while men physically quilt
f I for general nillli.it > service, \ ho
have eoinpletod the eighth grade
graiumar school education are to lie
inducted under tills call, a board of
Hi - ta I said. The call will l>o tilled with
Milunteers Any man who wtuils to
voluntoor may do so regardless of Ills
order number, except that no more
than four uicii will lie inducted
Tho following is quoted from tlon-
eral Crowdor's telegram to l.lio local
board: "The men selected for tills
course in training at government ox
peuso fitting them to serve in army
positions, requiring knowledge of au-
tomobile driving and repairing, black
smithing, carpeiilery. gunsmith lug,
sheet metal work, and other mechan-
ical duties incident lo many kinds of
military service both at the front anil
In-hind l lie linos The men Inking tills
course will receive thorough Instruc-
tions which will be of great personal
value in working their yvaj ahead both
in the army and In civil life This Is
an exeiipl li >n it I opportunity foi oiler
gitlc ambitious men i.Juailflcd regis
I rants should he urged to present.
I hi nisei ves to their local board for In-
struction. When reglslrants have vol
unlarily presented thcinscTvcx the lo-
cal board: may Induct • 111 a I i r i ■ . I men
until t lieii a Hot I 111 out lias boon III led
The voltinlar\ period may ooiilinue
in.ill \prti i::111 y iter April r.Mh no
mot'o volunleers will be accepted.
Kach man must carry wit 11 him at
I.■ i•.I two .'Uits ol underclothing, one
suit of outer clothing, 111 good condi-
tion. a sweater, a slooi pair of shoos,
three extra pair of socks and a balhi
low el, as he w ill In kept in civilian.
clollleM during' llle first llllee Weeks
• nit II he can be supplied Willi a uni-
form and oilier clothing.
Will HAVE HOME
Miss Sara tl.in/.er has been employ*
i d l,y tiic Stoii as county homo dem-
onstrator lor Collin county. She was
here Tiii«.ila\ Willi K. llelitry of Mill*
I cola, disiiict fn rin demonstrating
i"oI for the Nor!heaslern District
oi 'I', \as The county will make an
appropriation to partially bear the
' \| i ii'.e of keeping the lady agent.
Miss tiaii/.er will assist County
Vgeiits L. !•'. Arnold and J. M.
II 'a in pi iel I in their work and will or-
|gauise canning clubs and similar
chilis mn the county ami endeavor
| to lu log uliout a holler system of co-
operation among the ladles and girls
on the farms ol the county.
Miss Canxer's father was until last
year district agent for the northeast-
ern district and is well known In this
.lection of the state.
FOSTER'S NEITHER 1UUETII
Copyrighted I9IK by W. T. Poster.
THE LOCIL MARKET
What tlie I'liriners Arc Hctng Paid foi
Tlieir Piislucts—Corrected lo Date.
• i lls, per bushel
i 'urn in shuck, per bu.
Hriin per cwl
Chops, por cwl
Alfalfa hny per Ion . . .
Millet hay per ton ..
Johnson grass hay per
Pralrio hay por ton . .
Bermuda hay per ton .
. . . Rfn
$2. i r.
. $2.00 to $2.0(
$ati to $40
$2f> to $10
ton 910 to 126
126 to $10
. . . 25 to $10
Prodnoe end Provisions.
Flour per cwt. .. .. ... $6.at la 10.16
Huron, por pound Ito to >0c
Ituttnr per pound ...,. .. Sta la 40c
Creamery butter 80s la He
Chick, fryers, per pound 10c
Chickens, old hens Na market
Old roosters per lb 10c
Turkeys, per pound tic
lOgga per dosen 15c
Ijinl por lb Ik to SOc
Irish potatoes per bushel .. .. $1-00
Sweet potatoes per bushel. ... $8.25
Hogs per cwl $M to $10
Hoof cattle per owl $4 lo $H
Sheep per owl $0 to $12
Cotton per pound .He to 3fic
Cot ion seed per ton $50 to $75
.11 MOIt IH D CltONS
nltHAM/IID AT t'I'll<1NA
j ■ •■ iU
Mrs. It L. Mouldon. vice chairman
of County Junior Ited Cross work,
and Mrs. .1. P. Harding went lo Cellnn
Monday and organised a Junior Ited
i'toss in tlie public school, 'Willi tlie
following officers: Chairman. S, It Sl-
volls; secretary and treasurer, Miss
Jessie Miller. Tltoy report this olio of
the best equipped schools III the coun-
ty with a modern laboratory, domestic
science department. The faculty con-
sists of thirteen teachers who are as
patriotic and loyal as could be found
anywhere, They are right In the
front In every progressive movement
and are working hard l<> help their
town go over the top In the Liberty
Ion li campaign. Mrs. .1. L. l/ivejoy
LIGHT FROST HERE
The light frost of Tuesday night wa*
not sufficient to dainnge crops to a
very great extent. J. W. Wllmeth, who
lives northwest of town, said that tha
corn in his field showed rather plain-
ly the visit of Jack Frost, but ha did
not think the corn was damaged
onough to niaterisJIy arfect lis
growth. Soma garden truck showed
light effects of the frost
Arthur Curtis of Camp Bowie wsa
the guest of relatives and frlenda in
McKlnnay and tha Mllllgan commu-
nity community Saturday night and
Washington. D C . Apt II II l^ist
bulletin gave lot'ccasls of disturbance
10 cross continent April 18 to 22.
warm wave I" to 21, eool waive 20 to
2 1 This storm will he most severe on
I'in ulc slope and west of meridian 00
and 'will decrease In force cast of me-
ridian '.la Very low temperatures will
precede it 1111■ I are oxpeeled lo grilll-
: onlly rise till near May I. Kulns of
I Ins storm Will lie fairly well dis-
tributed. M i is I i.iin iii eastern Canada
mil New Kur.laud, decreasing toward
the middle sou Ih w est,
si \t warm waye y\lll reach Van-
' ouvei ai April I!it and tonipera-
llll'e'i will li e oil llii the I'liclllo slope.
11 will cross crest of It tickles by closo
id \pill "I, plains sections "u, mo-
iid:.in |ia, ( real lakes and (ihlo Toli-
lu -ei' valh -s '.'(i, eastern sections 27,
reaching vicinity of Newfoundland
aluml \prll 2S Storm wave will fol-
low a 1111111 one das behind warm 'tvava
and cool wavi about one day behind
lorui wave. Middle southwest lies bo-
Iwoeli lower Mississippi river and llio
I toe k les.
This will be a modorale storm on
the Pacific slope, will slightly increase
as II moves eastward but will not ho
a severe storm. Not much rain from
this storm; most rain shine an last
storm. Trend of temperatures will be
upward to a greater extent than tho
season calls for. tlonornlty good crop-
weather is exported for balance of
April and everything favorable to
corn planting. South of latitude 40,
east of meridian no, and south of 45,
west of that lino, Indian corn should
lie planted earlier than iihiiiiI and
north of those lines later tliun usual.
In nearly all cropsoiisons some
months are much drier than others
und tho planting, sowing and culti-
vating should be guldgd by the dates
of most rains and greatest drouths.
Tho kinds of crops to plant and sow
should always be governed by tha
kind of soil you ho>vo and the amount
and times of the principal rains and
drouths. In some seasons corn should
not bo planted; in others wheat
should not lie sown. When we ean
follow these rules millions In labor,
seed and productions can ho saved.
Wo are near the lime when those
rules may be followed.
I would tie glad to make such ad-
vice public now, but official science
would attack my work with deter-
mined vigor. 1 iiiu gaining, however,
ami they iit-o slowly losing.
22. Hy fro atoins Is meant those
ltint are not parts of solids hut
floating In the electrosphot e, or In a
vacuum, or in space outside tho at-
uiosplu i e. The fuel that scientists
have discovered and demonstrated
I hat free atoms have clcctosphoros
in which very much sinnllor particles
ot matter aro revolving, In orbits,
around the atoms, is probably the
most Important of all discoveries. It
proves that Nature's laws aro uni-
form and sustains my hypothesis that
the Kit rtli is n typical atom. This per-
mits lite hypothesis that tho Sun,
also, Ih a typical atom. If (rue of
Kurth and Sun then it Is true of all
the suns, or stars, we can see with
unaided eyes and all tlie stars that
make up ihe dim light of the milky
way. Official science will be compell-
ed to accept my hypothesis, theoreti-
cally, that the motive power of the
universe conies from the condensa-
tions of original pre-otherlc matter
into the solids of comets, moons,
planets, suns, and the latter Into tho
great coal sacks. When tlioy accept
these hypothesis Nature's science Will
go forward with Increasing progress.
CtlTrtMII AT FANCY PtUCH.
•Inliii Ploy11 of Allen Sold H
Nome its High as M 1-9 IX*i
John Floyd, a young Allen farmer,
sold 8 bales of cotton In McKlnney
for from 28 to IS 1-2 cents per pound.
Dowell Hros. bought the lot. Mr.
Floyd was well pleased with hla gala
and the fact that ha had held hla
cotton until this time.
on account of the illneee of her
daughter, Mr*. Noah White, Mra. D,
Mead or wng called horn* from
ita Falls, where she wm
the bedalda of her sister,
Yarbroush. Mra White la
be soma hatter Saturday.
George Farrar of Ansa «
neee visitor In MeKlnnar
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