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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 13 May 1886

Use "KITCHEN "QUEEN" BAKING POWDER. Manufactured By BABCOCK, FOOT & BROWN, DALLAS, TEXAS. Sljc illcKinnc (Snjcttc. w USE HERMOSA COI For Sale By All (rrocersS Put up Bjr BABCOCK, FOOT & BROWN. DALLAS, TEXAS. V VOLUME 1. NUMBER 1. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. O. O. D. GK Co. This Spacc be- longs to the Col- lin County Dry Goods Company CONDENSED STATE SPECIALS. COLLISION IN BOLIVAR ROADS. O- o CO I in A Correct Picture. Chinese on the Pacific Coast. —■■ «"-■ 1 How Gambling is Treated Kentucky. j ^ man started in the livery There have been over 100,000 —— ' | Kentucky has gotten down to < stuble business hist week, and the . Celestials on the 1 acitic Coast foi bedrock in regard to gambling, as' first thing he did was to have a the past ten years. At a low es- it is claimed that the legislature ; big s'gn painted representing j timate they have earned $60,000 has passed a law that makes it an himself holding a mule by the \ per day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 13 May 1886

THE GAZETTE. CLINTON THOMPSON, Kill tor and l'ropr. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1886. This paper joins the "on's." On with the Frisco railroad. On with the drill, ye Collin Guards. On with an effort for waterworks in McKinney. On with the McKinney and Gainesville railroad. On with every enterprise that will benefit McKinney or Collin county. Rhode Island has declared in favor of Prohibition by a majority of 5,629. Congress closed the twenty-first week of its present session May the first. Mr. Powderly gets a salary of $1,500 a year as General Mastei Workman of the Knights of Labor. To the Public. To-day we present for - your consideration the first number of The McKinney Gazette. This venture is not made to supply any long felt want, but as a purely business matter, from which the proprietor hopes to gain a lively- hood, as well as to supply a good, readable paper, free from entang- ling alliances, and devoted to those interests which most con- cern all those classes who are en- deavoring to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 13 May 1886

mrnmmSmHm THE GAZETTE. Missouri Pacific Time-table. Mall, ... Freight. Mail F.riifht, wk.l r.oi Nn. 1A-I IiOI XD. A. L. FA IKCII ILK, : m a . ) : Hi I' ! A {rent. Ht * T. C. Ilailway Time-t.ililc. south n-irxti. Ni>. 2, Mali ami Kxiireiss, s:r 2 A. M. No. 4, Kxiimts 3:13 l'- M. Accommodation, 10;." 2 a. m. north nurxD. So. S, Kx|>rcs.s 10:33 a. m. No. 1, Mall ami Express 11:23 l*. m. Accommodation s. Qri-KNiaitv, A$txr. Apples arc «;ooil now. tliey arc {retting scarce. Xico Country Hani? at 1 J. M. Dkvai i.t. % He earcfnl alton' eh >lcra morbm at thi? ?ea>"ii of llie year. '6 - We si 1M.'oft'-c. Sugar, ainl oilier Uro- ri-ries as elieap as the cheapest. .1. M. l>i:v.\ii.r. Mr. Jones Moore ha.I a line lot ot jol> priming done at Itomar's I his last week. When you come to town anil want (jriw eeries call ami get our prices. J. M. Dkvai i.t. Mr. l)nke Harrison has been sick the past week, hut We are I'latI to hear lie is now bet ter. Take jour eg^s an<l chickens to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 13 May 1886

C. S. BATTLE & BRO! -DEALERS IN- Batter on Ice! Butter on Ice! LITTLE ITEMS OP INTEREST. It is estimated that not less than 50,000 trees were planted in Berks County, Penn., on Thursday last, Arbor day. The congressional library, from an aggregate of 300,000 volumes in the centennial year, has now grown to 550,000 volumes, besides 195,000 pamphlets. A gardener near Baltimore is said to have sold his gooseberry crop from thirteen acres, in full bearing, for $7000. This is more than $500 an acre. A Michigan lumber company has purchased thousands of acres of timber land in Louisiana and Foreign Tyranny in America. New York Sun. We will aid cheerfully in any- fair fight on the part of labor against oppression and injustice, but we don't like foreign weapons or the men who wield them. When the boycott is converted in- to an implement of blackmail and Monster Sea Tnrtle in Kansas. The discoverer of a gigantic ex- tinct sea turtle found near Fort Wallace, in Western Kansas, first obser...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 3 June 1886

-vm Use "KITCHEN QUEEN" BAKING POWDER. Manufactured By BABCOCK, FOOT & BROWN, DALLAS, TEXAS. She iltclvinncu ©alette. w USE HERMOSA COFFEE. For Sale By All Grocers. l>ut up By BABCOCK, FOOT & BROWN. DALLAS, TEXAS. VOLUME 1. NO. 4. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1886- $1.50 A YEAR. colim coram dry coons comfant. Stands for "grand bounce" among the young folks, but it stands for "Good Barg- ains" with the Collin Coun- ty Dry Goods Company. WE OFFER GREAT BARGAINS! The Mine Mule. The Sport Created by the Descent of a Mule to the Depths Below. One of the most amusing and at the same time most pitiful sights to be seen about the coal mines, says a correspondent writ- ing from Nanticoke, is the descent of a mule to the depths below. The shaft is, say, six hundred feet deep, and yawn at one's feet like a spot of ink on the ground. A car lowered and raised by a per- pendicular wire cable shoots up and down with breathless velocity. On the car is fastened a narr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 3 June 1886

K THE GAZETTE. CLINTON THOMPSON, Editor and Propr. Entered at the Post Office at McKinney, as Second Class mall matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1886. Pull for the best interests of the town and country. We must get honest men into office to say the least of it. Don't let the railroad enterpris- es lack for hearty welcome. Don't let anybody doubt your ardor in behalf of your city. Business of all kinds will be profited by the advent of another railroad. There is a considerable feeling being aroused in North Texas in favor of manufactories. We want to see a greater inter- est taken in the breeding of fine stock in Collin County. The Gazette's ambition is to be the best newspaper in Collin County. We will make the news columns the special feature. The McKinney Gazette, a large and spicy weekly paper, is a new and welcome visitor to our ex- change table.—[Denton County Post. John Kellv, the famous Tam- many Democracy leader and Statesman, died Tuesday, after nearly two years of lingering ill-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 3 June 1886

mm THE GAZETTE. Atait, ... Freisrh r. MUtmrl PaHflc Tlme-tabie. «s?i corxD. ka^t r.orsi). Mall. 3:Ht a. m. Fieijrhl 2:10 r■ m. A. f.. faiuchilk, Ag-ent. H. <3t T. C. Railway Time-table. aorTH norxi>. N<>. 2. Mail nn:l kkirc's*, 3:32 a. m. X . I, KXJTC.--" 3:15 r M. ar cot;: no- la '!•>!•, 1<>;32 a. m. NORTH orsn No. B, Kxprew 10:35 a. m. No. I, Mail nnd KTpres*,- ... 11:28 i". M. Accommodation 2;10 r. m. s. qi-i-e>t.r«y. ASknt. GENERAL. DIRECTORY. rortitv court ofvicfh3 : Cnnntv lute .1. A. I.. Volfe. * onnty Clerk Shcriif .. J. W. Wnddill «nbe IH'ck. TET'.vrl r.F COUNTY C'>CltT: First Momlav in March; Third Monday InMnr; Fonrth Mon'day i > -Inly ; Second Monday in October; sc.-ond Monday in December c.'.mmissiojtek's roi*RT: Second Monday In Febrtiaty ; Second Mon<iay in Mav : Second Monday in Atipnist : Second Monday in ^ovemlter. DISTRICT COriiT : First Monday in January; First Monday in June. Talk tip the barbecue on the 'ihiid of July. Tbe Rainb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 3 June 1886

BH C. S. BATTLE & BRO! The Farm-Boy. Sam Jones Red Hot. The Small Boy. •Kansas Law in Regard to Murderers. -DEALERS IN- I Butter on Ice! Butter on Ice! Country Produce A Specialty! WEST SIDE SQUARE M'KINNEY TEXAS. See Our New Styles OF SUMMER FOOT WEAR We carry the only stock that is large enough to embrace a complete run of styles and widths in all grades from a sub- stantial medium or low priced artice to the finest and best made. We carry a complete line of Ziegler & Stribley's Fine Shoes and SLIPPERS. Celebrated for Quality, Style, Fit and Finish. When you want Summer Foot Wear give us a call. WEST SIDE SQUARE, McKIMNEY, TEXAS. THE OLDEST! THE CHEAPEST! THE BEST! The Actual Business Training Athena?um of Texas. LAWRENCE'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Corner Elm and Sycamore Streets, DALLAS, TEXAS. In its 13th year without any vacation. Refers to several thousand graduates ami patrons. Graduates from this institution may lie found us accountants, cashiers, etc., in nearly every lar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 17 June 1886

m Use 'KITCHEN QUEEN" BAKING POWDER. Manufactured 15y BABCOCK, FOOT & BROWN, DALLAS, TEXAS. Sljc iflcfutmen USE HERMOSA COFFEE. For Sale By All Grccers. rut up By BABCOCK, FOOT & BROWN. DALLAS, TEXAS. VOLUME 1. NO. 6. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 17, lSSti- 81.50 A YEAR. T T31 I N GI hoes, Hats, Caps, Etc TT IS A FACT THAT WE Will save you Money ! TJie Apaches. Talk of Using Blood-Hounds to Catch the the Kedskins Revived. Tombstone, A. T.. June io.— The charge is again made that the Eskiminizin band, which settled in San Pedro valley, is supplying ammunition to the hostiles, who, it is suspected, are quietly gather- ing in the Galiuria mountains, east of the San Pedro river. The lat- est murders by the Apaches are Thomas Huntwell, well known in this section, near Harsawa, and an unknown man in the San Pedro valley, six miles from Benson. The band contained eighteen well clad bucks, all mounted on good American horses and leading sev- eral others. The questi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 17 June 1886

( . m* THE GAZETTE. CLINTON THOMPSON, Editor and Propr. Entered at the Post OIBce at McKinney, as Second Class mall matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1886. An ounce of principle is worth a pound of policy. Fort Worth Gazette is getting better and better. Twenty-six Chicago anarchists have been indicted. It takes 800 full-blown roses to make a tablespoonful of perfume. The Prohibition campaign in Mississippi is waxing exceedingly warm. The aldermen at Springdale, Ark., receive $3 a year for their services. Two or three barbers in Hous- ton are being prosecuted for work- ing on Sunday. A box at the Metropolitan op- era-house in New York recently sold for $20,000. Abuse is not argument, and the man that indulges in it shows his own weakness. McKinney is not on a boom, but she is doing a good solid bus- iness at the old stand. Speak your sentiments honestly but don't fall out with your neigh- bor for differing with you. A city's prosperity depends upon its action in regard to public enterprise...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 17 June 1886

z T_i UMBER J. M. WILCOX & Z QT PURCHASE y . ^ -DEALERS IX SHINGLES, PAINTS, ETC. East Louisiana Street. ; : McKinney. Texas. THE GAZETTE. Missouri Pacific Time-table. WK-T i:orxi>. M: il. ... V iviulit. Mail Freight, KA-T litllM) A. i. Faiuciiili 7:.°>n V M. 1 :i.r i', m. :>: 10 a. m. •j: 10 i* m. M. & T. C. Kail way Time-table. sorrii BOixn. No. -2, Mail and Express, a. m. No. 4, Kxi.ress, p. m. Accommodation, 10:.vi a. m. SOUTH BOI Nl). No. Kxpress 1«>::Ci A. M. No. 1, Mail and Express, 11 "23 I", m. Arcommodation "2;4i i'. n. S. Ol 1-ENr.rUY. A $ K.ST. GENERAL, DIRECTORY. oi n rv col*ut offickhs: Countv furtjre I. A. I.. Wolfe. I County Clerk •!. W. Wa.l.lill Sheriff Gabe Beck. • iei:ms of county coi ist: First Monday in March: Third Monday in May; ! Fourth Monday i July : Second Monday in i October; Second Monday in Hecemlier < nvMKsifisi:!:'- ioi'itT: Second Monday in Febniaty : Second Monoay i in May : Second Monday in Aiijrast ; Second ! Monday in .Nov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 17 June 1886

hhmhhh i if I C. S. BATTLE £ BRO! Slander! -DEALERS 1N- Uow it Causes a Beautiful and Innocent Voting Woman to Seek Death as a Refuge. : rives in Montgomery. 13e sure to telegraph him as soon as you find out I am dead. Let it be imme- diately. If he can possibly control his grief let him see me. The letter given below is taken wM s,ander ^ ka|ed me , from a Montgomery, Ala., paper havc suffcr0li cxquisit0 menta| of June 2nd, and was penned by ipain , Ilavc grieved myself to How lo Destroy the Bible. I Batter 011 Ice! Butter on Ice! Country Produce A Specialty! WEST SIDE SQUARE M'KINNEY TEXAS. See Our New Styles OF SUMMER FOOT "WELA-IR, We carry the only stock that is large enough to embrace a complete run of styles and widths in all gradesfrom a sub- stantial medium or low priced artice to the finest and best made. We carry a complete line of Ziegler & Stribley's Fine Shoes and SLIPPERS. Celebrated for Quality, Style, Fit and Finish. When you want Summer Foot Wear give us a call...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 24 June 1886

■nMnMMMMHMHMMni Use "KITCHEN QUEEN" BAKING POWDER. Manufactured l!y BABCOCK, FOOT & BROWN, DALLAS, TEXAS. $he (jMttttC. USE HERMOSA COFFEE. For Sa/c By A/l Grocers. l*ut up Iiy BABCOCK, FOOT & BROWN. DALLAS, TEXAS. VOLUME 1. NO. 7 McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 24. 1S8G- Sl.50 A YEAR. S? DRY GOODS COMP'Y. CHAIRMAN CARRY'S EDICT. Notice to Independent Movements. Kverytliing Democratic Must be Done Within the Party—Anything Out- side is Antagonism—Who Par- ticipate in Primaries. Items of Interest. For many years past a Califor- nia farmer's land has been grad- ually reduced in size by the en- croachments of a river upon which it borders. Recently, however, the stream began to recede, and at last accounts the soil tiller had regained all the lost ground and much more, too, and the waters were still going out. A valuable horse that was sup- posed to have perished in tiie burning of a barn in Rockingham, Vt., was found some days ago in possession of a well known i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 24 June 1886

\ I i THE GAZETTE. CLINTON THOMPSON, Editor and Propr. Entered at the I'ost OlHcc at McKinney, as Second Class mall matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1886. FOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce W. 0. DAVIS. of Cooke County, for Congress from the 5th Congressional District. Subject to Democratic Convention. Six comets are now visible to the telescopic observers. A man in Matoon, 111., has a pe- ony plant over sixty years old. Onions from Egypt are now hawked in the streets of Boston. Spain's royal baby has four nurses, who take turns in adminis- tering the paregoric. The campaign is getting warm and by the time the convention meets it will be red hot. Huge prairie fires are reported as raging east of Abilene. The fire is reported on the increase. Nova Scotia is agitating the question of secession and wants to annex itself to the United States. The banks in San Antonio were closed on memorial day and the pawnbrokers did a rushing busi- ness. In some places in Arizona there has been no ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 24 June 1886

IttHttHMIMlMHMHMMMMHMHMnMEHH mm pMibi* 81 SON -DEALERS IN- L SHINGLES, PAINTS, ETC. East Louisiana Street, ; : McKinney, Texas. the gazette. Mail, .. Freight. Mail Fieiglit, .Missouri Pacific Time-table. WEST hound. 7 ::;n p. m. 1:45 P. 31. east hound. n:tn a. m. 2:40 I'. M. A. I.. Kaibchile, Agent. H. & T. C. Kail way Time-table. SOUTH HOUND. No. 2, Mail and Express, a. m. N . 4, Express 4:13 p. m. Accommodation, 10;.vj a. m. XORTII BOUND. No. 3, Express 10:s3 a. m. No. l, Mail an<l Express, 11:0." p. m. Accommodation -:4o p. m. S. (JUISKNIIUUV, ASEXT. GENERAL. DIRECTORY. • COUNTY COURT OFFICEK3 : County fudge J. A. I.. Wolfe. County Clerk •!. W. Waddill. Sheriff Gabe Beet. TKKMS OF COUNTY COUUT: Firat Monday in March; Third Monday in May: Fourth Monday i > July ; Second Monday in October; Second Monday in December. COMMISSIONERS COUltT: Second Monday iii Februaiy ; Second Monday in May : Second Monday in August ; Second Monday in Aovember. DISTIilCT COUUT : . Irst Monday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 24 June 1886

J§F MMMMMMMMMHMMSlMttUI W- LOW PRICE WIN. The First Cigar. A Boy's Feelings Subsequent to llis First Encounter With a Cigar. The first smoke don't last as long as a case of sea-sickness, but The Laws Defied in Alaska. Training Children. Mysterious Noises. A sensation is likely to be de- Tlu" Importance Of an Early Cultivation veloped soon over the state of af- "f PoIite"e98 and °race- fairs in Alaska. Apropos of ghosts and haunted houses, the experience of one of We are Here to a There is a law child's truest and best happi- the Seybert investigation commit- strictly prohibiting the importation noss does not consist in making while it does last it is original and of whisky or other ardent spirits hjs individual well-being the pivot unique. The new smoker is no hito that Territory. It has been i upon which the whole household judge of cigars. He invariably known for some time that the Ter- machinery turns. He will be bet tee is rather interesting. He is a professor at the university ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 22 July 1886

MHHflHMMMM Use "KITCHEN QUEEN" BAKING POWDER. . anufactured II* BABCOCK, FOOT & BROWN, DALLAS, TEXAS. ®hc (ftfuettc. USE HERNIOSA COFFEE. For Sale By All Groccrs. l*ut up Ily BABCOCK, FOOT & BROWN. DALLAS, TEXAS. VOLUME 1. NO. 11. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 22. 1886- $1.50 A YEAR. ! PEOPLE! nrrrvwn-. 0 GO. loizazmznnzmixsmL aaaagmmmm SUMMER GOODS MUST BE SOLD AT A SACRIFICE TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR FALL STOCK. CALL AND SEE US WHEN YOU WANT BARGAINS. -:Shain's Building, East Side Square: iivriciisriisrErz". TEXAS H. C. HER1TD01T! ('accessor to Foote A Ileriulon) Healer in PATENT MEDICINES FANCY and TOILET AR- ticles, Brushes, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Liquors Etc., Etc. I will sell these yowls us Cheap as the Cheap est. Particular attention pai«l to Filling Prescriptions at all hours, ilay or nijflit, by Competent per- sons. BREACH LOADING GUNS. LOADING IMPLEMENTS, And the largest ami best a.-sorteil stock of Am- munition ever kept in the city. l"ly J. R. PARKE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 22 July 1886

MMMMMMNtNMI ^ftc|Cimtcg©a?ctte. CLINTON THOMPSON, Editor and Propr. Entered at the Post Office at McKinney, as Second Class mall matter. THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1886. We are authorized to announce SILAS HARE. of Grayson County, for Congress from the 5tli Congressional District. Subject to tire Democratic Convention. Remember Saturday is the 24th. Democrats turn out on Satur- day and vote. Be sure to go to the primaries on the 24th. Don't stay away from the polls Saturday. A total eclipse of the sun will occur Sunday, August 29th, 1886. Boycotting is a penitentiary of- fense in some States. Let Texas follow this example. Money spent in improving the roads and building good bridges is money well spent. The man who goes into a Dem- ocratic convention should support the nominees of the party. Two Cincinnati newspaper men were discharged by the managing editor because they wouldn't lie. Be sure and vote for a good Democrat on the 24th—one who will lead the Democracy to vic- tory. An oak tree ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 22 July 1886

iMMMHHriiMttHNHMIMMHHMKSHHMNMaM mhmmbmhhmb1 2v£ J. M. WILCOX & SON Is -DEALERS IN- SHINGLES, PAINTS, ETC. East Louisiana Street, ; : McKinney. Texas. lUcKinncyGixsettc. Missouri Pacific Time-table. wkst bound. Mail, Freight. .. Mail Fieifrht, 7::V) p. M. 1:15 p. 31. KAST liOlND. .ri:10 a. m. 2:10 P. M. A. L. Faibciiilk, Agent. H. & T. C. Railway Time-table. SOUTH BOUND. No. 2, Mail and Express, No. 4, Express Accommodation, XOItTII BOUND. No. S, Express, No. I, Mail ami Express,. ... Accommodation, A. M. 4:15 P. M. 10;5 A. M. 10:33 A. M. 11:23 P. M. 2;40 p tJuisKNitriiY, A Sent. GENERAL, DIRECTORY. county court officers: Countr fwljre '■ A. I*. Wolfe. Countv Clerk J. W. Waddill. Sheriii" Uabe Beck. terms of county court: First Momlav in March: Thiril Monday in May; Fourth Monday i-i July ; Second Monday in October; Second Monday in December. commissioner's court: Second Monday in Febmaiy ; Second Monday in May : Second Monday in Ausrust ; Second Monday in -November. district...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 22 July 1886

'■ W- LOW PRICES WIN. STANDARD QUALITY. We are just in receipt of a large and well selected stock of Fan- cy Groceries, such as Cranberry Sauce, Jelly in Pails and Buckets, French Mustard, L. & P's Sauce, Heno Tea, Call Early and save money. Standard Royal Patent Flour, B. F. &*B's Silver Drip Coffee, 200 lbs Genuine Moynne Tea, Best Cigar in City for 5c. Chipped and Corned Beef. C. S. BATTLE & BRO! WEST SIDE SQUARE M'KINNEY TEXAS. J. P, CROUCH & CO. Are selling a great deal of their Furniture at COST. You will do well to call on them the first opportunity and see their stock of Fine Furniture, Shades, Carpets, Paintings, Und'takers' goods They wish to reduce their m mense stock of goods, as they are greatly overstocked Among the Old Virginians. A Glance at the Mode of Life of the Lead- ing Families of Old Virginia. OBENSHAIN BROS. & COMPANY, Manufacturers and Dealers in FIOUR, MEAL, BRAN and SHIPSTUFF ALSO MILL FEED, PATENT ROLLER PROCESS- M'KINNEY .... TEXAS. J...

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