The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 28, 1913 Page: 3 of 16
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. O. HEDGES, Dentist. Over
County National Bank, South-
corner of square.
ft. RAY LAROENT, Dentist. Office
Pope Building, west side square.
ARTHUR T. CHURCH, Fire, Toma,
4* and Livestock Insurance Agent.
Only best companies represented.
Morrow Block, McKinney, Texas.
O. B. ABBPNATHY, Fire Insurance
Agent; oflLc* ?/est Virginia St., east
ef Commercial Hotel. Only oldest
and best companies represented.
FIRE) INSURANCE—That is our
best ness Are you protected? If
net, we would like to attend to that
for you. We represent old, reliable
-companies. WHITE & DAVIS, over
Smith Drug Co., McKinney.
GREENBERRY ADAMS, Notary
Public. All kinds of notary work ex-
ecuted. At Courier-Gazette.
Ml. J. L. GOSSETT, Veterinary Sur-
geon. Graduate Kansas City Veteri-
nary College. Office Bevll’s Livery
stable. Both phones, 212. Resi-
dence phone, both, 623. Calls an-
swered night or day.
L. C. CLIFTON, A
Attorney-at^Law. Up-stairs, easttffide
square, McKinney, Texas.
General practice. Notary In office.
J. RUSSELL MUSE
General practice. Office upstairs,
north side square, McKinney, Texas.
WALTER ii. MILLER
Generkl Practice. 316 Linz Building
Dallas, Texas. _
GENE MARTIN for your barber
work and baths New fixtures. Re-
modeled shop. Experienced work-
men on every chair. _
OET YOUR HAIR CUT8, SHAVES
and baths at the PALACE BARBER
SHOPS. North and East side square.
Cotner, Butler ft Chesney, Proprs.
Great—you bet they’re great!
Makes no difference what
you bake—biscuit, muffins,
gems, waffles, cakes—every-
thing you bake with Fiddle
and Bow Satf-nring
Flour is simply gnat.
That’s because Fiddle
and Bow is the one
first quality, whole-
some flour that helps
the cook do* her be;,:.
self rising FlOUT
Comet ready mixed
—ready to use at
ready at all times
to guarantee good
Bray Bros, building, owned by W.
C. Eubank, was destroyed by lire at
2 o’clock on the morning of August
21. The loss la estimated at |30,-
000. The house was located In the
heart of Sherman's most prominent
business street, and was one of the
best business houses in that city.
REINSTATE TWO TRAINS.
“Old Reliable” Meets Public De-
mand for Perfect Service.
New Orleans, La., Aug. 23.—Be-
ginning Aug. 31 the Texas and Pa-
cific will reinstate over its Rio
Grande division between Ft. Worth
and Sweetwater, trains Noa. 1 and
2, making possible the operation of
through sleepers between Ft. Worth
and San Angelo. This will mean a
saving of one half a day baaed on
present schedules. The Orient of-
ficials have arranged to adjust their
schedules to make direct connec-
tions. This neyr train service will
prove a great convenience to ' the
traveling public, and will be appre-
ULA1K ft HUGHES, Distributors.
SERIOUS KNIFE CUTS.
DR. EDWIN L. BURTON
Practice llmted to
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Office Just south Throckmorton
Cottage, South Tenn. street, Mc-
DR. W. T. HOARD
Office hours 9 a. m. to 13 m.;
1:30 to 5:30 p. m.
Office over Continental State
-Bank, north Bide square, McKin-
ney, Texas. Phones—Office 26;
DIAMOND BRAND PII.1.A, for U
yean known W Beat, Safest, Always Reliable
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
J. R. GOUGH
v McKinney, Texas.
Abstracter and Conveyancer
Complete abstracts of title to all
Collin county property. Abstracts of
title to a lltown property in Collin
county, ready for delivery* Why
wait a week for an abstract when
you can get them ready prepared?
REAL ESTATE AND FARM LOANS.
(Notary In office.)
Dr. W. H. Kincaid
Physician and Surgeon.
Office, Downstairs, North Ken-
Have given special study In
hospitals of New York and Lon-
don to diseases of women and
Office phone, new 12; reeldence
both phones, 16.
J. E. ^Hunter W. S. Wysong
Drs. Hooter ft Wysong
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Morrow Block, McKinney, Texsa.
Office Phones 97.
Dr. Hunter reeldence phones 39.
Dr. Wynong residence phones 170
MASSIE & WALKER
EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL
Prompt and superior service. All
details looked after, day and
night. Day phone 123, both
phones; night phone 464 and
638 old; 601 new.
J. C. Parker in charge.
Dr. i. Knight
Office, Foote Horn a PI
Received Ry Princeton Man, By Man
From Same Town.
Wednesday night about 10 o’clock
while returning from Dallas in auto-
mobiles, Lee West and John Wiley
Miller of Princeton became engaged
in an afTray, and as a result the for-
mer received several ugly knife
wounds about his body. The wounds
are of a nature that might prove fa-
There were several in the party
and Mr. West was brought to Allen
Wher his wounds were dressed, after
which he was carried to his home at
Princeton. The affrav occurred be-
tween Plano and Alien, and the
cause of the trouble is not known.
John Wiley Miller appeared be-
fore County Attorney L. J. ^ruett
this morning and a charge of aggra-
vated assault was filed against him.
West, who is ednfined to his bed.
had a charge of simple assault filed
against him. • >
“I was troubled with constipation
and indigestion and spent hundreds
of dollars for medicine and treat-
ment,” writes C. H. Hines, of Whit-
low. Ark “I went to a St. Louts
hospital, also to a hospital In New
Orleuns, but no cure was effected.
On returning home I began taking
Chamberlain’s Tablets, and worked
right along. I used them for some
time and am now all right.” Sold
by all dealers
Able to Be Up.
After an illness of about three
months of typhoid fever, Miss Mat-
tie Claycomb, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Claycomb, who reside
near Melissa, is able to be up and
about the place. Her numerous
friends will indeed be glad to know
that she Is getting along so nicely.
The Best Pain Killer.
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve when ap-
plied to a cut, bruise, sprain, burn
or sqald, or other injury of the skin
will immediately remove all pain.
12. E. Chamberlain of Clinton, Me.
says: “It robs cuts and other in-
jures of tlieir terrors. As a healing
remedy its equal don’t exist.” Will
do good for you. Only ?5c at all
Buys New Automobile.
Improved farm, has recently purchas-
ed a new Krlt automobile.
When you feel "KSSt
vous, tired, worried or despondent it is a
sure sign you need MOTT’S NERVERINE
PILLS. ‘They review the normal vigor and
make life worth living. Be tore and ask for
Mott’s Nerverine Pills JJftjJiK
WILLIAMS MFC. CO.. Prop.., Cleveland. Ohio
For Sale by North Side Drus
Young Couple Married.
Wednesday afternoon about six
o’clock Grafton Williams and Miss
Bertha Strain of near Allen drove to
the residence of Eld. John M. Mc-
Kinney where they were united in
the holy bonds of matrimony, Eld.
McKinney officiating. Both the young
people are of promient families of
near Allen. We wish them a long
and happy wedded life.
Dick Gierhart, a prosperous farm-
er who resides about two miles .... ....... ^ ..........
north of Princeton on his own, well- ]s apparently In as good health
T. J. Finley Aged Vetran.
(From Amarillo Panhandle)
Thomas J. Finley, a veteran of
both the Mexican and the Civil wars,
arrived in Amarillo yesterday, ac-
companied by his son, Thomas Fin-
ley, Jr., and will spend a week or
two with hie daughter, Mrs. J. B.
Kerr, at 1405 Harrison street. Mr.
Finley resides at Celina, In Collin
county, and has been a resident of
that county for the past 43 years
He is a- man well kept for one of
his years and although but few of
the friends of his early days are left
he seems to get much enjoyment out
of life and spends much of his time
in looking after his extensive farm-
ing interests in North Texas.
His mental faculties are extra well
preserved and he talks interestingly
of h’s experience in the two great
warB in which he took an active part.
So far as Mr. Finley knows, there
are just three men now living who
went to Mexico in his company sixty-
seven years ago. The others are I.
Cooper of Alexandria, Tenn., from
whom Mr. Finley received a letter
within the past week, and Mr. Ad-
kins, of Cane Hill, Cedar county, Mo.
Mr. Finley was born at Alexandria,
In middle Tennessee, on June 29,
1823, and left for Mexico about
June 4, 1846. He was at the cap-
ture of Vera Cruz and remembers
many of the Interesting incidents
that occurred there before and after
the capture. He can describe the
wall about the city, the fortifications
in the streets, the position of the ar-
tillery, etc. He went out with the
first Tennessee cavalry and was out
about a year. His regiment waB in
chu;ge of Colonel Jonas E. Thomas
and Lieutenant R. D. Allison. Lieu-
tenant Allison; lster Colonel Allison,
died a few years ago at McKinney,
Mr. Finley was a member of a
troop of cavalry scouts in the Civil
war and was again under Colonel
Allison, of whom he speaks very
highly as a commanding officer. Mr.
Finley was captured and spent more
than twelve long wearv months in
the federal prison at Rock Island,
111. While there he received a com-
plete suit of jeans whicH Mrs. Finley
had made with her own hands and
sent to him.
Speaking of an incident that oc-
curred the day following the capture
of Vera Cruz, when he divided hia
meat with a hungry Mexican, Mr.
Finley says he thought to himself,
“we were killing you yesterday and
today wo are trying to save your
Continuing along this line in con-
nection with the Civil war, he said,
“That is the way with men in both
armies in my experience. I was
treated by northern men as kindly
as if I had been a northern soldier.”
He had a good word for many of
the Mexicans and told of the splen-
did treatment received by some of
his comrades when they fell into the
hands of the Mexicans.
He reads the newspapers without
glasses and keeps posted on the cur-
rent events of the day. He doubts
If the Mexicans will ever be able to
settle their dissension without the
interference of the United States.
He travels quite 'extensively and
handles his own correspondence.
Last Christmas he visited in his na-
tive sta*e of Tennessee and he was
back there again this summer at the
time of the reunion at Chattanooga.
He has traveled In about thirty
states, has had but little sickness
■ending her some very fine peaches,
and Mrs. Duer sent a few to thia
office, and this editor’s blggeat molar
soon crashed through ’om. Much
obliged, Mrs. Duer for making this
good editor “come across;” you
served him just right. But editors
always and upon all occasions, do
right if you will but let ’em.
Good Reason for His Enthusiasm.
V hen a man has suffered for sev-
eral days with colic, diarrhoea or
other form of bowel complaint and
is then curfid sound and well by one
or two doses of Chamberlain’s Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, as
is often the case, It Is but natural
that he should be enthusiastic in his
pralRe of the remedy, and especially
In Ihia case of a severe attack when
life Is threatened. Try it when in
need of such u remedy, it never
falls. Sold by all dealers.
Paper Goes to Panama.
We have received a two years’
subscription to the Daily Courier-
Gazette to be sent to G. B. Finley,
who is located at Balboa, Canal
Zone, Panama., This is only one of
the numerous subscribers to whom
we send the Courier-Gazette or
Democrat-Gazette, in foreign coun-
tries.* And we appreciate all of them
Suffered Eczema Fifty Years
now as he ever wae. He has been a
farmer all hit life and still hitches
ud his own horse and drives out
alone to oversee the farm work.
He is now past 90 years of age,
has seven children living, a host of
grandchildren and seven great grand
He has visited In Amarillo before
and takes pleasure in meeting his old
soldier friends, all of whom are
many years his Junior.
Seems a long time to endure the
awful burning. Itching, smarting,
skin disease known as “tetter”—
another name for Eczema. Seems
good .to realize, also, that DR. HOB-
SON’S ECZEMA OINTMENT has
proven a perfect cure.
Mrs. D. L. KenYiey writes. “I can-
not sufficiently express my thanks
for your Dr. Hobson’s Eczema Oint-
ment. It has cured my tetter, which
has troubled me for over fifty
yeara.” All druggists, or by. mail,
PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO.
St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, I*a.
To Teach at Daingevfield.
Miss Sadie Pearce of this city, who
taught last year at Weatherford,
Texas, has been employed to teach
next year at Dalngerfleld In Morris
county. Miss Sadie, who is a daugh-
ter of A. B. Pearce of this city, at-
tended the East Texas Normal at
Commerce and is a successful young
For Infanta and Children.
fin KM Yon Han Always Bought
Sherman Veterans Here.
Among the’ many interested visit-
ors in the city during the reunion,
were the following veterans from
Sherman: Tom Hicks, John Ander
son, J. B. King and J. W. Friar,
Roniarkahle Cure of Dysentery.
“I was attacked with dysentery
about July 10th. and used the doc-
tor’s medicine and other remedies
with no relief, only getting worse
all the time. 1 was unable to do
anything and my weight dropped
from 145 to 125 pounds. I suffered
for about two months when I was
advised to use Chamberlain’s Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I
used two bottles of it and it gave
me permanent relief,” writes W. B.
Hill of Snow Hill, N. C. For sale by
Jim Gibson and little daughters of
Melissa were visitors at the picnic
Wednesday night. Mr. Gibson stat
ed that his wife was much better,
which will be good news to her nu-
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams* Indian Pile Ointment will cur*
Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab-
torba the tumore, allay* itching at once,
acta aa a poultice, give* instant relief.
Williams’ Indian Pile Ointment in pre-
pared for Piles and itching of the private
parts. Druggists, mail 60c and 11.00.
WILLIAMS MF6. CO.. Press.. Cleveland, OMe
Fcr Sale by
North 81de Drug
How the Trouble Start*.
| Corstlpation la the cauae of many
life miaerable. Take Chamberlain’s
Tablets, keep your bowels regular
and you will avoid these diseases.
For sale by all dealers.
West Texan Peachey.
a While on the train the/jther day,
Mrs. E. Duer of our elf>* met Mr.
.T. J. Gregg, editor of tile X-Ray at
Rising 8tar, Texas. Mre. Duer tells
us that Mr. Gregg waafquite an In-
telligent gentleman, Jftnd a town
booster from away baJk. Mrs. Duer
was telling Mr. Gre^ what a nice
town McKinney waaffind the splen-
did papers we hadffiln the Daily
Courier-Gazette aud^Weekly Demo-
crat-Gazette. Thijffigood old woman
never knocks, bumalways stands up
for her town bn people. She Bald
that Mr. Gregg Mid her that he had
some of the flffi^st peaches In his
yard at lomeffi all Texas. Mrs.
Duer, althou^Myears s Texan, told
Mr. Gregg tffit he would ’ have to
“Sight her4^^Mr Greer IM «r» hy
Dont buy monuments
until you see us. If in-
terested phone or write
and we will call on you.
McKinney Monumental Workt
W. W. hm$n. hag. OU Fkam 797.
rimWatafti \ ******
The Picnic Is Over
Three days Lut “That Fizzy
Sound is Continuous at this
Mitchell’s Drug Store
BOTH PHONES 215
The paint which stands the sua is
PATTON’S SUN PROOF PAINT,
sold by this firm. It not only stands
the sun but it stands any and all
kinds of weather. Figure with us
before buying your next bill of paint
and also on your next bill of lum-
G. W. OWENS LUMBER COMPANY
L. L. Elliott, Mgr. Phone 66.
Don’t accept “just aa good,” but be sure of getting Harrison’s
Town and Country Paint, which we believe to be the best made.
We buy it by the car load.
WILCOX LUMBER COMPANY
LUMBER, BRICK, PAINTS, ETC.
You mention Photographs. Yes, and Just let us remind you that
it’s keeping everlastingly at It that gives our work distinction,
style and individuality, that month after month enables us to turn
out something new and neat and tasty.
ON’T trust to memory to
preserve the changing
likeness of your growing boy
or girl. Memory plays strange
A good photograph or so ev-
ery year will keep an accurate
record of the subtle changes
in their development.
And what a satisfaction that
little collection will be to you
and to them in after years.
H. D. Mouzon
Maker of Fine Fhotoa.
Listen to Goostree.
W. I> Gooslree wants your.August
grocery business and will give you
the best goods and service money
will buy. Phono him an order.
Cover* the World.
Sherwin-Williams Paints are of
the highest quality. We will appre-
ciate the privilege of figuring on your
next paint bill. Perhaps we can
save you some money.—McKINNEY
PAINT ft PAPER CO.
8ome vice, big, juicy chickens at
attractive prices. Phone 281.
Thompson’s Suburban Grocery.
FOR BAUD. ,
Farina on easy terms and Ion#
time at a email prloe.
Do You Want
If you want money on real ee-
tute or if you have vendors’ note
for sale we can accommodate you.
W<e own one of the oldest and
beet set of abstract books In the
county and will appreciate your
patronage along this line.
H. A. ABERNATHY, Manager.
Don’t buy paint until you have
figured with us. Don’t listen to what
paint dealers say about paint so
much and listen closer to people
who have used the various palots.
You will find that Sherwin-Williams
paint haa a “reputation” for being
as good aa the best. We also sell
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Wall Paper, do picture framing, etc.
HcKlaaey Paint aid Payer Cn.
mu & j
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Perkins, Tom W. & Wilson, Walter B. The Weekly Democrat-Gazette (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 28, 1913, newspaper, August 28, 1913; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth992604/m1/3/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.