The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 26, 1918 Page: 1 of 16
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thirty• $•'!f-TH YEAK < frXaMlaheil Obnnr; 7. 1hm)
JUDGE MOULDEN TELLS HOW
LOAN QUOTA FOR EACH PRECINCT
IN COUNTY WILL BE DETERMINED
Mt-UNNUY, COIiiU IHIIlim, TK \ \S, Si.IT. M. ItlK.
16 PAGKS IN TWO SECTIONS THIS WEEK
Oil till- JMIIl ilM.V of September
on mMI Ik- given an opportunity
'<• slum your appreciation for
mir eooniry by hiiyliiK Liberty
I Winds ii|' |lit- Ionil 11 iwiii',
That >i>u limy Uiiou liuw the
<|iiota !• itcicruiincil aim where
mmi -.lionlil buy your bonds I
tinkc 11 ii* follow Ir.u statement:
Tin- i|iioln for ( nihil i-oiiniy of
'In- I'mirlli liilM'rly l oan is based
■ii tin- liauk deposits, less 20 per
i"lit o f tlu-ir loan-.. Till* quoin Is
l#«i«l«-«l among 21 low us anil vll-
hrcs, liatliiK banks, according
o their pro vala pail ol' the
Tho town or lillaitc where one
-lr|M>-ils has a luiwr quoin us-
• IltiH'il It by riiHin or Ills <Ic|m Ii
■mil. liiiwlon-, it Is right ami
proper lliat tin- |Miicc wln-rc lie
.|i-|M li> should have tliu credit
i'iii- tin- IhiiiiN In- buys, that I-
•In- iMirchuscr -lionlil liny through
In- committee where ho ili-|ioslt-
ir >«••• thai It reaches tilt- proper
This Is a very biisy lime ami
very loyal American sltoiulil flg-
• ir out what In- ean take before
lIio -Hth a"1' l uy. tin- first ilay,
<11 tin- Isiiuls, that he is able to
I fri-l Mire lli.it tin- same spirit
NON-COMS 10 CO
TO CMIP STANLEY
I'ivo other non-commissioncd offl-
<>rs (if Troop H, fitli Texas Cavalry,
ii-- holding Ilii'iiiHi-lvi-s in rendinetm t«>
n port :it i'iiin|> Stanley on or before
>'• ptember Ho. Ordrrs to IIiIm effect
v. ro convoyed in a special delivery
I tier to First Sergeant S. It. Shells
It'-in Captain It. A. 1,111'Krlit Tuesday
afternoon. The captain, llcutonunls,
M'.llllo Sfl'ROUIlt, iiioss hi'i Rcll lit, co<)kS,
M.i.Jilli'1-H ami horscshoerij reported at
1h - North Texas HriRiule headquarters
i.t Dallas Tuesday for ontrulninont to
various Texas train Inx en in ph. The
men ealled to no In n few days nre
> rRoants John M. Bl'ltton, Chester K.
Hays and Thomas 10. Dudnoy and
Corporals Adams and Anderson.
K later telegram received by Soi-Rt.
Stvi-lls yesterday authorised Ii I in to
entrain the men on the II. K■ T. c. Sat-
urday evening nt fi:2.'l and to add two
prlvnt.es to the list. They will proceed
direct to Camp Stanley, nt I .eon
Springs, San Antonio, It is thought.
Si IK Mil, lllSTItKT ItAISI's son
IMIIiIJAKK SALVATION AIIMV.
of loyally thai pul our former
I liberty Loan- over lln- I Op liiira-
iiiK more fcrionlly mm iban ever
before ami that every place will
|Ni s its ipmta Itefore the eml of
llie first week, livery man, wo-
man ami child should rIvc liis eu-
tlri- time ami energy to tin- sale
of Is mils mull the county is well
over tbc lop.
our soldiers will nut conic buck
unless they n iiii n vletorious, ami
they C4IU not win tills fi|tlit un-
less wii back them up to the lust
limit with our money. The sol-
diers are inukliiK tin- Miiireiiic
saerlfhi'. There Is no saerifiee
wliii'li we i-iut make wlileli we
wvnilil Im- Justified in mi-ntlonhiK
iu loiuparisoii with the sacrifice
and ser\ lee of (lie men in the
army. The Uovernmciit is not
Iiskinir iis to Iiuike a sacrifice. It
Is offeriiiK us an op|Mirlunil) In
Invest our money iu well secured
We wain |o make Iti< \iiieiicaii
fla« safe on every sea, anil v*c
want our soldiers in know lliul
every heart IiciiIIiik in an XiiK'ri-
i-iin breast Is true.
X oiii"" lor success of I hi' l.lli-
It. I,. Ml H I,IM a.
(mini* < haicinaii.
County eiialrinon \V. S Smith nn-
nonneeil tliui .1. I.. Oslnirn, Irus-
li-o of the Wilson school, luis just
lirouffht in for his school to be
viven to the Snlviitlon Army War Ite.
1 f Kutul. This is almost twice their
<|!iola. Tills is eertuinly a fine nIiuwIiik
fnt this Idstrict, hut is in keeping wit Ii
I he I ill i lil i n u Just compleleil dnriliK III''
l.'st school, Mr. Sini111 said. No dis-
trlct In the county 1ms a better two
i '111111 house II is wi ll equipped and
v II receive state aid :ik-°i■ n this year.
I certainly thank them for their llber-
contribution, lie added.
W\H m;l.l( THAIV.
H ill Slop at I'lano and Wylie Satur-
day. Comprehensive War llxhibit.
.IiiiIkc u. i.. Mouldeii, eounl.\ chair-
i ill of the Kourtll Ijilierty I.onn, lias
l.t-en notified that llio war relic train
vitilch will hoo.st subscriptions In the
Kourtll I.onn, will arrive in 1'lano Sal-
milay morning at 9 o'clock, over the
• itton Iteit. KciiiaininK there one hour
l he next slop will be at Wylie, at 10:2.1
The train will make n. tonr of I lie
entire state. II will contain what Is de-
l-tared to be the most comprehensive
and best gotten-up exhibit of war rel-
ies ever before shown in the Untied
Stales. Several captured German kuiis
nre In the exhibit. The train will come
to McKlnney, but the date bus not
been announced, Judge Moublen said
Collin county lias produced in l!MH:
I I.IHH liiislii'ls of wheat, vnlueil nt $L\00
per lillsliel $
I.,")(>(),(HM) liusliels til' oats, vtlliieil nt SO cents
per luisliel I,L.'IH),(MM),()II
•J.iMHi.OlM) liusliels ol' corn, valued at | er
li.'i.lliMl Wales ul' cotton, valued at slli.'i.iMi per
::l',111)0 tuns „!' cotton seed, valued al $( 0.00.. I,!l'J0,(K 0,00
Total . .$!!•,84.*),000.00
In addition to these crops, we have raised thousands ol
Ions or HAY, VKtlKTAKLKK, Kltl'IT, 1AVK STOCK OK
ALL KINDS, AND IH)l'!/rKV. A conservative estimate
would he $22,000,000.00 tor our rami production for the
year MMH. I ndouhtodly, this is the LAUdKST ClitH' IN
DOMiAliS AND CKNTS COLLIN COI NTV HAS IMio
IH'CKD IN ITS IIISTOHV. Kverv man and woman iu this
county has felt, the mighty purchasing power of our
(IliKAT I'lfOSl'KltlTV. The farmer is the lirst to reali/e,
then our merchants, prol'essiuna! men, mechanics, and la
The taxable values of Collin county is thirty three
million dollars; and our production this year is twenty two
million dollars, so our <;ross prolil is sixty six and two-
thirds per cent. THINK OF IT!
GREAT IS OUR PROSPERITY.
Monday morning', the great drive for LlllKliTY
ItoNDS STAItTS. ONI-: IH'NDIiKD AND FIFTY MFN
AND VV'O.MFN will neglect their Inisiness and their homes
to help our (Jovernnienl. IT IS A PATRIOTIC SFKVICF
FL'FFIA' (UNION. They will ask you to lend the (lovern
ment A SMALL I'AlfT OF YUl'lt DKOSI'KKITY, A
SMALL I'AItT OF VOI R (JAIN. They will nsk'you to do
YOl R PART, and NO LOYAL AMERICAN WILL WANT
Writes l-'rom ( amp liix
TO D< > LFSS. Make your Hiihscription through the com
jnittee who has your name, it wilLhelp and encourage them.
If MM KM IVFR TIIKY ARK WoRKINd FOR YOl', AND
NKKD YOl R AID. Sl'USCRIRK PROMPTLY AND
in nan loe
•Indue II. I* Mouldcu Wednesday
n.'uhl i'li'civcil notice thai (lie Collin
count' ipiola for (lie I'ourlh I.IIniIv
I.i>mii hail Ih'Cii set ill 'Jltfttl,ll(hI.IMI.
•luilue Xoulilcn is miiiluii on Ihc
various pr>'i'inci tpiolu* which will be
McKinlicy lil-liid'-. ipioln will be
iiiiti:t: iM'iirs or ijain
With the Anierlctiii Army In lior-
i inn- Scpl. 2.1 Airmen of both urm-
ii wen- active enrl\ today and lll-
i 11-ami• 11 artillery action was noted
iiIoiik (lie lines of the old SI. Milllel
sc. tm . llriKht skies nine replaced tho
i-ltiiids and raliiK of recent days and
aortal observer* were seiil nut by botll
the \mci ican and thi Ileriualis.
paid for i oi tmi on
yesterdaj raiiRed from
32 to .'li'.iin cents per pound.
ruin( wron s( i.i ii:i< nov.
l'arls. Sep I 2 1 (• lit 111111 troops luvt
niiflil made tin efl'oi'l to rcRalii some
ol the valuable ground recently won
from I hem by the Krone Ii near the
Western end of the Chemlll-deN-
dallies. Tlitry altiieked In tho roRlon of
the Molsy liirin 111 Uiih area but ue-
cordltiK: to today's war office, the of-
fort was an i-nllre failure.
Iioliilon, Sept. 2fi. Allied armies
which have smashed the collier of the
enein> lines iu Macedonia have now
hi-Run a tiii-iilitfc movement which
nia\ lirlnir about a ireneral retreat
om-r the entire front from the Adria-
tic In the Ai'kimiii sen.
I In\ in . captured I'l ilep and ad-
vanced far beyond into the upper val-
Vardar, tile altled foreos are
(hie of ilic hcavlcsi i-ain- of ihc
year fell here Wednesday uiulil. |<:. |>.
skcltou ii'iNiiii'il that the rainfall iva.->
H liichcs. \ sIiiuir wind accoiiipauicil ley of th
ihc rain, causiiiK' suite lilllc ilamaKc •'**I** fti'iI to be spreadliiR out like tile
lo shade iris's p. the city. The III ,r'b'; "/" ■ ' lh"
liiiins and I'l'i'iich are iiiovIiir Inward
was cli'clrleal, the rain Ih-Iiir accoin- the norlluasl and have reached points
pauieil li> iiici'ssiinl and \l«ill IIrIiI- which appear to carry a distinct
M Cl il'i S position.
- Ilcli-u SlaiiKlitcr of Anna S(ciiok-
raplier I'm- Ciiiiuly .Indue It.
i Miss Helen SlnuKhter has accepteil
a position as steiioRraphi'i in tin- of-1
flee ol County .IiiiIkc Ii. I.. Mouldcu.
Miss Slaughter Is a diiinrhlor of
(1stnit-ii ShiUK'hler of Anna and a very
coinpelclit yonnr, lady in ii i profes
\llilltl, lilt O M \ V
-I.ikes Soldier l.lfc.
Ita> (iantl, a I'rlnceton soldier boj I
son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. (iantl,
writes the I'oIIowIiir brief but interest.,
inif letter from Camp I ix, .1 :
With the Colors, Thursday MornlnK.j
Kditors llaily Courler-(ln/.i't(e and
Weekly I lemocrat -UlliSette:
I am nn wilt Camp I >ix. New Jersey, j
11 ii \ i lieeii here Iwenlv-two days audi
will probably lie here a month loiiRer.
I thoiiRht ai this time last week that ''".vmnn's Itally. CottMRc Hill Sunday
I would be in llnhokcu now ready to! September 211. 1918, ii.'ttO P. M.
board a transport for Kntrland or
l-'rancc, hut we are detained iii this
ciimp for thirty days, I understand. consecrated yoniiR pastor of homo, sends 91.50 cheek to renew for
I like the arin> line mid am dolnR 'lu' Circuit, M. K. Church, The Weekly Deniocrat-Uuieettn for
.1. PKRRY RURRLS,
!•'<HIMI'JK COIil/IK (i'l'I'/jKN.
II. CiiiiiP'r Formerly of Aiilalli
Now of Achilles, Oklahoma.
The itev. (ieoi'Re I,. SlaR-le, the on-' W. If. CoiiRer of Achilles. Ok la-
well. I have Rained twenty-five
pounds since I arrived at Camp Cody,
lieminR. X. M. I'liinp <'oily was a flnu
place I iii t I 11iiI 11' i like the samlHtorillK
(Mir I'iviston Is called the "Band-
storm Division." Many of we boys
nre afraid the war will lie ended be-
fore we can Ret across. We would like
to have a hand In il, Just to know by
experience what war really is. I want
to t'iRht and 1 waul I" ro Home and I
hardly know which one I want to do
the i,i"it. 'tut prefer lo do my bit lie-
t ore ri'i a i-ii i 11k home.
This is a pleasant country ii ml we
soldier boys are well looked alter.
I lest wishes to home people,
.IN• i. Ii. (IANTT,
Co. K, IH:tI'd Inf. Camp lux. N. .1,
South, announces the followliiR pro- another year In advance. Mr. CoiiRer
ri-iiiii of a layman's rally at OottaRe anil his excellent family lived near
llill Sunday, September 29: ' AltoRa In this county for a number of
2:Jin Sonu service conducted by yeui'M before inovhiR to ihis present
c. T«. Ward. ; home In oklalioum three or four
Invocation Itev. IIiirIi K. Aniler- ; years aRo. W. II. CoiiRer Is a farmer
8"n- ' that our county was unfortiinute In
2:4.1 Sermon by Iir. ,T. I.. Pierce,
WII.I, i. MOOltl. IN ITtAM'l.
I'astor l-'irst Methodist Church, Me-
.'1:1.1 liiiyimin's Hour, Conducted
In Myron It. Sinltli, of l-'rlseo, liistrict
I<iiy Leader. $
-1:11 Patriotic Address.
S:U0 Sermon by Itev. II. 10. Ander-
son of ('elina.
losiiiu from its citixcnshlp.
ITS WoltTII THI'l riticr.
(oitpoitAi. noMi:it i*. c.vri:.
(if \ln>ua Writes Inlcii'sihiRly To Hi
Mother from I'lUncc.
lh'iiiocriit-<;<iKclti- Is Clicnp At fl.r>(l a
Year And They .Musi lime It.
Wi'IrIiI Hits I-followed Miislilcs-.
In McKliiucy III Years.
,1. !•:. WrlRlit has been drayltiR In
threat I,, the ureal ItulRarln slrona-
holil of Slrutiillza. tin the left the
Serbians are moviiiK rapidly toward
' I In- moiinlains that divide Serbia from
Albania and seem to have cut off the
retronl ol the encniiy forces which
were caiiuhl a round .Mnnaslil- by tho
collapse nf the line eastward from
Slriiinitza stands lis the outpoHt Of
Muluarla in Macedonia, It la n
veritable fortress and Is advnntaRo-
"lisly sit nil led In the midst of lilRIi
IiIIIn. The llritlsh ami (Ireek armlea
have adviiiiceil around l.ako Doruln
and arc piirsuliiR tho HiilRarlanM
alonR the road toward StrumltKa but
thai place, it seoms probable, will
Winn lie outflanked by the prnuresN of
the allied armies lo the northwest.
I'llKhi of lOnciiiy In West.
The pliRbl of I lie llillRarians on tho
I., A. Stewart of Princeton, llouto 1,
and .1. A. (tillilaiiil of Itoille !l. Allen,
wore pleasant visitors at this office
Thursday afternoon. They called to
renew their subscription lo The ItlR
Weekly I >ellloerat-(in ette. ItoRnrdloss
of tin- raise iu price these Reiitleinen
said ihat the paper Is worth tin money
son ol ,in(| they must have It. We apprcol-
ItlA. IU IIAItNAItll IIKItr.
MHS. hi>NA NAM.
• 'orpnra) Homer I'orry Ca.tr
Mr. and Mrs II, Cate of AltoRii, has ate their patroniiRC.
written to his mother several times «
since he arriveil in Franco, lie is a
in en 11 hi- of Cu. M., Mllli Infantry, lie
was named for T. c. Perry of Mils Mm- Al Ihislel Texas—Itcarcd
City, lie enlisted April lib. 1 17, Just Southeast Collin.
two days before war was declared nn
(lerinany by the United States. He The Itev, It. Barnard, of llaslet.
first beloiiRod to Capt. Hellion's com- Texas, was In McKlnney .Monday and
Iiaii\ and served at (*11111 p Wilson, hit- uave our office a business call, lie
or Camp Travis, San Antnnlo, at m the southwest corner of Den-., .. .
and then nl. Camp i„n county now lint formerly lived In' "'1'1' "nlil '* "r I. Vi'"n n ^ i?,
Howie. lb was sent to Camp- Mills the lUyllie's Chapel conmiillilty in thisl ,h"N ' ' ' laskell, tlh< "
and sailed from I.ohr Island some (.«tinlv |jnv is bieul I " Worlll. lie was in the MriiiiI
|Corps of tho Marines. While etiRaRoil
in battle ho was wounded in the hip,
and his condition is reported as seri-
ous. Ills mot her *wiis formerly Mlnf
Maude (inti^i of this city, a sister of
converse with th. in on account of be- IMOUISTKANTN Wlli. HAVK AH- Vi'T' llaIv'k '"l lanlel and MV^ ^'Vanki'o
ItlR unable In speak their lanRiiauo.i MlMTANri-: OK A'WWNKYs! ]] "[ * 1 „f lhlH
110 DtlnkH Aniorira linn many a<1van- U)ato of tins cil>. 1 lu f.itlu t r
111 Res over that country and likes our I MllL r Tow,,,. M„nervl«.,r „f ^.^n^'lears
Mi Kilincy lloy One ol' or (I llliilllers
lu Service Of Country.
City Secretary l-al S. Hrown is In re-
ceipt of a b-lli c ilaled Soptomber 1st
from his friend Will T. Moore, n. Mr-
Kilincy soldier boy, wiio is now In
I'Viiiicc. Will Is UoRimontal Supply
Seruriint of tin- It ith Infantry, lie is
i son nl Hie late Mr. W. T. Moore ol'
McKillliey. who has seven or ciRllt
sons five or si\ of whom an- now In
the in il ita rv si rvlee ot their country.'1'00" N|"'Iurm and then at. f?nmp t.„n county now but formerly lived
Il would be a uratlfvihR fact to I>r. "«'«'lo. lie was sent to Camp- Mills ,ho Ulylhe's ('Impel coniniuiilty In thisj J ] 1
Moore were he liviiiR and knew It bo- l,,ml r,0,M loiinty. Hoy. Harnard Is a local |
t-ause lie himself was a RiiUant voter-1 11,110 ,n 0,U''V l",rt of July. Il1' Motlindist preacher who nas many
an of the i 'onIeiloi'iito Army and j wrnte to liis mother that France Is friends In Collin county whore ho was
most patriotic and public spirited I '"'autlfiil country. Their people are ehlefly reared and lived until about
citizen, whn in his lonR and honored 1 ospllable and friendly and the HPV,,„ years oro.
career supported and held ItlRh Idealsl l,ls l oniitlful but ho can t.
of lite In-fore his lai-Ro family of
splt'tldlil 11111111 y . yollllK sons.
McKlnney for Hi years and Is one ol Wi>H„.ni hlltUc X(„w a|(.
the most worthy as well as industrious |((. H,„.|OUH T,„.y for(,ed
iiiui rfliahh- iiu«n hi iho im?hiiush , inut ti) |iamh (hiou^b tho moantatnii toward
we have ever known. .Ilm Wt-lRht ^ihnnla, where they may Join force*
lakes an interest, in everything when, with, tho A list rlans who have been
intrusted to him and can Im counted ( fi^htlnR for weeks iiRaniNt stronR I tal-
on to do what ho primUses every, U1)(j i.'i-eiich attacks. Hut before
time. Such men deserve the emu-1 j.0n,.jt even this doubtful
■ Herniation and pntronn.RO or the P w-| |„IVen of safety, llioy must pat** ovor
lie. Wo have bail pleasant business almost roadless coiilitrv and mUHt
deal in rs with him for a luiinbi'.r of ,.(,(.koll vv|,h hoHlilltyof the hill
years and it aflorils us ploiiMlire to add i,|hes which are known In be llll-
lliesn words of praise for Ills falthfiit-l (t.j,,n(||, lo them.
ness and to the esteem which he is |.',-w'details of the sltiiatliin In Pill-
In-Ill by t.luiMi* who know hhn Ih*m1 aiul «*mIlua*. i .s It litis tlf*volof (Ml In th« ltt*l
lonRest. _ | couple ol days, have been reported.
" * ■ 11 Mil.v brief, formal official statonrents
I'KAI'III'X I'At WI .M-. J tell of the capture of Acre mid Haifa
land the further advance of Ucnoral
I'ormcr Collin Mun Sold SIAII Worlll Allenbv's victorious (roups.
I'rom Half Acre Orcliaiil,
I'liNchal Williams, a former yoniiR
Collin county farmer of tho Vlney
drove community who now owns
land in Italns county, is iIoIiir well
over there. l-lo owns a Rood little _____
l a nn .lust cant of Kinney. We are In- (
lorini'd by one of his nciRhhors thiit WIial the ■'armors Arc Hclng Pnl<| for
he sold * 150.00 worth of peiiohcH Their PrtMluclii—(urnKilfld lo Dale.
I'roiu one-half aero of rils orchardi ——
this year. Ills In-oilier, <'al Williams1 FmnIhIuS and (Jraln.
is a. near nelRhbnr and fellow cllinen | < hits per bushel 78c to IDe
or Mains county. These Williams Corn ill shuck, per bu. 11.25 to II.M
brothers are sons or the tato Deputy Minn per cwt 11.15
Sherltf, Miles Williams, of Collin Chops, per cwt $4.15
county. They are first class citl/.ens Wheat (government flxed prloN)
and we rcuxnled to lose tlieni from ■ per bu 12.00 to It.0€
our county. | Alfalfa hay per ton .. .. $30 to f>5
Millet bay per ton $25
Johnson Brass hay per Ion $20 to $25
THE LOCAL MARKET
I'OKMKK MeKINNKY HOY sr.-
ItlOlNI/Y IN.IIHi:i> 1% AITION
The casualty list published Monday
afternoon contained the name ol' Al-
lt| exander S Mullock or Fort Worth,
who was seriously injured
Mr. Mullock, who was 21 years of
iirc, Is a mm of Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Bullock, now v.," Port Worth but for-
merly of McKlnney. He was born In
| McKlnney and lived with h.s parents
mckinni:y iiov woimhi'.ii
(n liMTrMI AliOXII MCl'.liyj
Mrs. J. M. (idle of tills city orders
ihe llaily Courlor-(lunette sent lo her
son, John D. odlc, who Is with Com-
pany I* Htli. Infantry. American Kx-
••odttionary Korcos, Franco. John D.
(Mlo wiui wounded ill I he loft side
while flRhtimr In the trcnehos some-
time aRo. Ho writes, however, that
he In RoltiliR iiIoiir nicely now. lie
J? >s boon In two IiIit battles.
Accepts Position As Mllcslmlji In Mc
Kilincy llry (iooils Co. Store.
Mrs. I'Jdna Nalo has aci'opleil a po-
sition as saleslady on tho first floor at
the McKlnney Dry (loods Co. store.
Mrs. Nnlc Is ii saleslady of experience
and has been successful. She is well
II I'll IIII1111 I'd wltll the people ot the
McKlnney trade terrltorry. The In-
i rciisiiiR business of the McKillliey
Dry (loods Co., has necessitated the
i, ill 111 ton of several salepeople this
flrnnt Curtis and Dave Cosart of
''••Una liavo roiio lo Unssell Shoals.'
Alnhamn, to work ill the ship build-■
• nR yards.
Mayor X Tom Clrovos of Wylie
was here on business Saturdiiy. 1
M. J. Kirk lias received notiri-
that her son, Private Oarnctt
M. Kirk, bus arrived safely overseas.
Jim CiinnluRliaiii was
MaJ. John C. Townea, supervisor of
people heller of course and says that ||,e Selective Drart in Texas has ro-
il will bo a Rlad day Tor him and all, uuestod nil District and County JiiiIr-
the boys when they Ret old Kalser|,,H ,,f the Shite to postpone tile trial
Mill thormiRhly whipped and nre per-1 of pcndinR eases In order to allow the
milted to return iiRnin to their native| attorneys ample time to fill out quea-
la.lnl with laurels ol victory perched tionnalres for rcRistl-anta.
upon their banners. Jitdire F. K. Wilcox announcea that
all Jury cases set for Monday, Sep.
tombor 23rd, a re reset for Monday,
October 7th, and that tho Jurors so-
W. I-', (ilass of Kat'iiicrsvllle received looted for Monday, September 2St-d.
a letter from his sons. .Ilm anil Hunk, I need not attend on that day and nre
tills week. The boys are In France! excuaod from service. JuiIro Wilcox
Soldiers lu Fi-flOci-,
and write that they are well, llunk
(Ilass, It Is said, was the first boy to
volunteer from CoHIn county, imme-
diately after the 1'nltod States declar-
ed war upon (lormany. It Is said ho
was also one of the first Collin coun-
ty boys lo land In France and has
been lu the thickest of the fighting.
8. II. Illllla nf Wylie waa In Mc-
Kinney Sunday en route to 8herman.
further announces that there will be
no Jury contested eases tried 111 Ilia
court until Monday. October 7th—
unions by special agreement of the at-
torneys on both sides with the con-
sent of the court.
<iaka(il''. ownFillS aihht
an kakiiy ( UWlfKi plan.
Marvin Young and Miss Annette
Patteraon, well-known young people
of Culleoka, were happily married
For the purpose of conserving tho
supply of gasoline the owners of gar-
agos and filllnR stations In McKlnney
have agreed to eloso their places of
business at 8 p. m. each night except
Saturday when they will close at
10: SO . On Sunday they will open olfo
hour from 8 to anil one hour at
nlRht from 7 to 8 o'clock.
The advertisement Is sIriiciI by
thirteen Rinngo and filling station
owners and it Is announced that the
action is taken to conserve gaaollno as
requested by the fuel administration.
Tho new plan will continue In effect
for the duration of the war.
It Is effective Monday, September
Head tho advertisement clacwhere
m thtr paper.
Prairie hay per Ion .
Morimida hay per ton
$25 to $!«
Producc and Provision*.
Macon, per pound 83c to $Bo
Mutter per pound 40c to Sto-
Creamery butter 60c to We
Chick, fryers, per pound S6o
Old roosters per lb 10c
liens per ib tOo
Turkeys, per pound S0o
Krrs per dozen lie
Ijird per Ib 2 8c to llo
Ii-InIi potatoes, per pound ., ..4 1-ltf
Hors per cwt
Beef cattle per cwt. ...
Sheep per cwt
Cotton per pound
Cotton seed per ton
Cotton cake and meal (43 per
Cotton cake and meal( 41 per
cent) per cwt
Hulls per ton
. $14 to $11
....$4 to IT
..$4 to lit
31 to 82.00c.
• • fl.M
WltiiiwM's Comrades Fall.
Mrs. Davis of l.ebanon Is in receipt
of a letter from her son. Hupert, who
Is in France. He writes that he haa
been In the thickest of tfie fight, that
his comradcs have fallen all around
him. Ho aska the prayers of the
Christian people hero at hotno. Mrs.
Davis haa another son, Joe, some-
where In France. Joe is not In tha
I'lghtiiiR lines yet. .
Mrs. Addle Hclrd, sister of Mrs. 1*
T. Crumbles of (Xina, has gone to
Hhreveport, I*., where she haa it posi-
tion as teacher In the publio school.
Mrs. Grumbles has three slaters tssak-
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Perkins, Tom W. & Wilson, Walter B. The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 26, 1918, newspaper, September 26, 1918; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth299955/m1/1/: accessed June 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.