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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 16 February 1901

y 1 §ailjj Couwt. " ' CLARENCE R. BALL, PROP. i*. fabliehed every afternoon except Sunday, al Mo. 91 North Kentucky Hircct, Advertising Rates on Application. H t)o you receivo your Courier regularly aud on tunc? If not, kindly notify office at once, either 'Phone 65, or by postal n ot, } ?e, ♦ il cial Organ Greater At cKinney at the Poatolice at Mcginney, lezaa aa second class mall matter, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Belirered by carrier to any part of the city ky mall te anv address per mouth 35 CENTS. foaature good service, copy for advertisements should he in the office not later than 11 o'clock. rfcKinney, Texas, Feb. 16, 1901. R. R.TIME CARD. NORTH bound II & T c. No 13—5:21 a m Mo 1—9:15 pm No 3—9:47am No 15—3:27 p m SOUTH bound ii & t c. No 2—6:51 am I No 14- 11:00am No 16—1:53pm | No 4—6.50^m EAST LINE—S S & S. Leave 8:13 m | Arrives 4:14 p m EIGHT PAGES. The following in regard to bid- ding on the Maine from a Havana paper will be of interest: "The Contract for the rais...

Publication Title: Daily Courier, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 16 February 1901

• t1 • V" ( M •I l '■ "" \ \ :i V - - 'v. . * ' t ft h . I i - - NOW FOR THB YOUNd FOLKS. ersonal H. R, Chaddick is in Piano. Mrs. H. Stevens is visiting in Dallas. L Shirley of Melissa was here today. W. M. Erwin of Melissa was hire today. Dr. J.T.Taylor of Piano was in the city today. • Mrs. W. M. Nelson is visiting i« Greenville. Mrs* L M. White of Ft. Worth is Visiting here. Miss Fannie Bush and sister are visiting in Deuison. W. f\ Tichnor and wife are Visiting friends in Alleu. Mrs* T. B. Barnett and little son are visiting in Farmersville. Van O'Neal of Mt. Pleasant is here with his father,G.W.O'Neal. Miss Mattie Gray of Floyd who is teaching in the Allen school is visiting her parents at home. Messrs. Geo. Fcx, J. L. White and W. B. Harrison have retur- nebedfrom a fishing trip to Club Lake. ■ (*■ Mrs. K. D. Thompson), who has been visiting home folks here left today for her home in Foit Worth. Mrs. Huntley of Durant, I. T., nee Miss Inez Johnson, of Gaines ville is visiting...

Publication Title: Daily Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 16 February 1901

y (Lttv Clubdom. Doings 0/ tfye Week. / V THE bDHLWIilSS. The Edelweiss club held its regular meeting Fridny, Fob. 15, wit It Mrs. Burrus. The club was called to order by the president and responded to roll call with dramatic notes. Mrs. llill was instructress of the afternoon and both questions and answers show- ed much study of the fourth act of Richard III. Selections from Milton's L. Allegro and II Penserosa were much enjoyed. At the regular hour the club adjourned. We meet Feb. 22 with Mrs. Ditto. RUSH LIGHT. The Rush Lights met yesterday with Miss Dowell, and held their last study of Browning for this year. The rest of the club year will be devoted to book reviews and a study of Shakespeare's "Tempest." The poem "Karshist" was led in a most interesting manner by M iss Dowell, and Miss Merritt's paper, "The Religious Element in Browning's poetry" was a happy conclusion to our study of that poet. Miss l.essic Hamilton then gave us a beautiful musical selection. The club adjourne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 16 February 1901

tr-r -i '~ •'* - 7 1 i V X Mr r I >* I V % I '■>4+-- r . f . .« * *-n w-trUfc. •*'- • t-> " ?!/.'' ^' v > f . ^ * #r « \W. 4ft V« *t * Xt ■"!> • - Washington, Feb. 16.—Whilr the senate committee on com- merce has practically finished the work on the rivers and harbors bill, there were details enough to shape up to keep the committee in session for several hours. The secretary of the committee is now engaged in preparing [the report of the committee, and it is said that the bill may be reported to day, but it is more likely to be reported Monday. The report of last night with reference to Gal- veston inner hnrbor can not be confirmed. The Senate bill pro- vider for $150,00® cash - appropri- ation, with a continuing contract for the entire system of inner harbor improvement. The House item for the repair of the jetties remained unchanged. 1 rinity river gets a total $850,000. Buf- falo Bayou gets $300,000,with the requirement for the rcsurvey by engineers appointed from...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 16 February 1901

>■ There Is Something to See Along -the— The Oulv Scenic Route North and East t r Hchoro0 *. rn> It t akes a Japanes girl thirteen hour* to dress for a party. A parting glass—the maiden's final look in the mirror at her h it. Seine one say-: "Man is born to rule the world." Yes; but he The Quick and Most Comfortable |sometimes gets married. Way to the Mississippi or Mis- Nell—"Slurs a blonde, isn't she? ' Belle—"Not yet; but she says she's just dying to be one." souri Kivers and Beyond. Railroad Restaurant and Cafe Car Service Cnequaled in America. Write to Room No. 7-i> Century j Iheseasiok- lady refused the Building, St. Louis, for one of 'steward's invitation for dinner, our illustrated pamphlets, I , , . 3 . .s 1 and called the chambermaid m- entitled i4-ei np n, i stead.—A case of basin gratitude. "Ihe lop ol the Oz.irks. 1 & "Feathers and Fins on the Frisco A New Yorker advertises: "Fruit Farming Along the Frisco 4<r, . - , , . "The Ozark I 'plift." | Glave sto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 4 March 1901

We Do 20th CENTURY Printing. VOL. IV. & % ♦ McKINNEY, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1901.—t:30 P. M. If the Courier Prints It, It's Nice. NO. 305. A 20th. CENTURY LOCAL PAPER-TODAY'S NEWS IN A. NIIT-SHELL ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ Printed Especially to Please a Progressive People, A COURIER AD IS A BUSINESS BRINGER. TRY IT FOR PAYING RESULTS. 'PHONE 65. mm* § sHOSIERY THE BEST AT THE PRICE •$ buy direct from the mills iu large quantities, euables us to make _ good this assertion—the best at the price. Misses and Children's school ♦ Men's black and tan hose, 25c hose, 12 l-2c grade, £ grade any where, 10c | 15c Misses and Children's school! Ladies fast black and stainless hose, 15c grade, Y hose, 15c grade the world over, tiz I 121/2 i 121/2 We mention a few grades only. Our stock is complete from the cheapest to the best and each grade is a value W. S. KNIGHT. SOUTH Sir)IE I i , MR IM M FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD- CpNDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE AN "AUTO" SHOW IN BOSTON. Boston, March 4.—An auto- mobil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 4 March 1901

L $ Homes are made happy by good thi ig* to eat. When it is incon- venient for yon to go home to LUNCH or wlii'n you want some delicacy not obtainable elsewhere, call around nnd we can serve you with anything you wish to eat, pre- pared I)v goods co ks and at moderate prices. Fresh Cakes and Bread Daily. The Star Restaurant, Rccket Bros., Props, Meals 26c. Short orders a Specialty. COUNCIL MEETS. i Dr. Jas. A< Practice Limited to EASES or Gen'to-Uritrary Organs, Piles ami all diseases of Keclum an i ltuptuie Ail nervous dis- eases. X-lfcay machine in Otlice. McKinney, Texas Oflice iu Wadd ill Building. OKHOK>K>KMO!OK>t Railroad ♦ ♦♦♦ FROM TEXAS TO THE north and east THE EFFEOTIVE MARCH 10, 1001, ANNOUNOE8 THE OOMPLETION OP ITS Red River Division To DENISON and SHERMAN TEXAS. It Shortens the Distance, It Opens New Territory, "W*. T. DENTIST. Office over McKioney Drug Co. McKINNEY, TEX. The city council met in regular session Saturday night. It was decided that the smallpo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 4 March 1901

J A J r i <: Hr" Xocal. Two new cases of varioloid are reported in the city. For fine candies in boxes or oth- erwise call at the Bon Ton. Wo now have a mce line of fine perfumes and toilet articles of the very best at the Bon Ton. Delicious chocolates, bon-bons, and caramels at Homer Johnson's, the north side confectioner. tf Mrs. J. D. Page received a telegram Saturday night announc- ing the death of her sister Mrs. S. T. Ritfle, of Augusta, Kan. When you want a drink of fine old whiskey stop in at Charlie Malone's next door to Coffey's livery stable. dwtf Remember now is the time to get your piano tuned or repaired. Work guaranteed.—J. T. Couch. The new bank for MeKinney which has been contemplated for some time will be united with the Collin County bank, increasing its capital to $200,000. Don't forget the Bon Ton when you want something good to eat. We cater to the best trade and not how cheap but how good. Call at J. T. Couch's nnsic house and see bargains in sheet music. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 4 March 1901

P^inney gaily Courier. CLARENCE R. BALL, iJROP. Published every afternoon except Suiidfty, nl No. 24 North Kentucky street. Advertising Rates on Application. Do you receive your Courier regularly ami ou time? If not, kindly notify office at or ce, either 'Phone 05, or by postal Official Organ Greater McKinney Entered at the Postoffico at McKir.noy, 1 cxa< as second class mall matter, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Delivered by canter to any part of the city •r by mail to aov address per mouth 35 cents. T* AMUre good service, copy for advertisements ■hould be in the office not later than 11 o'clock, flcKinliey, Texas, March 4, 1901. r. r. time card. NORTH BOUND II & T c. No 13—5:21 a m No 1—9 15pm No 3—9:47*im No 15—3:27 p 111 SOUTH BOUND H & T c. No 14- 11:00 a 111 No 4-i-6.50*im No 2—0:51am No 16—l:53p m EAST LINE—S 8 & 8. Leave 11:15 «. 111 | Arrives 4:14 p 11. this country, instead of sodding to Paris. The dross worn four years ngo was made in Chicago, but the gown for this h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 4 March 1901

i- • 'J 10 x • 8 I X 8 People who are hard to jl please are our best cus- >js tomers from ihe fat t f$ that there Is no bettor BREAD aiul CAKKS p to be had than ours, ♦£ Our plain baked and cream § loaf bread is simply delicious It is of the || Very § Highest Grade -if 9 and our bakers arc known to be the best. Our capaci'y J|f for supplying the trade is unlimited. &5?"(iive us yuur § orders. 1 {'i v.; g 1 R. Ei CHAMBERS. Prop. | ereonal TAR •iK-'Xir^Ynrct i Its • ® A Fact! $ 8 i i SI fu* «• s I « 1 I supplied more customers ,vj£ last month than any month jjl since I have been in the grocery business. The rea- !§ son for this is, that people f* who buy goods at my store jj| Get Quality and j)| Quantity Sif and at prices that cause them jj| almost to regret that they never traded here sooner. J§ I carry everything in - Groceries^?, #•« 'v* r,x and cater to the exacting. Si- Let us have your orders in March. Phone 57 £ Cebe Houston flL 3 ♦ij * (<5 & Kx hi § MORGAN'S CAFE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 4 March 1901

• . ■ " .-riii iMi AT THE COURT. Nothing interesting has trans- pired at tlie court today. The cusc of Fred Wilson vs. * * Tom Butcher and Joe Iluey was argued this morning before the court but 'i decision has not yet been given. The following probate orders were recorded. II. Clarkson, guardian estate of Melissa Clarkson et. al. -Bond and oath approved and ordered recorded. • i ! Thos: A. Fowbush guardian estate of M. A. Fields—applica- tion to sell land granted. T. H. May vs. estate of Dillard Atbcy et. al.—Application for letters of guardianship granted and sum fixed at $500. E. P. King executor estate of Rebecca Ann Cameron—final re port approved and exeeutor ordered discharged upon payment of CO it. OUXJVQ.V, THE EVENING DAILY 'here is no doubt that the Evening daily is the paper for the advertiser. It comes into the home after the day's work is done and the merchant and mechanic can sit down and - % • study it—ads and all The good wife has time to carefully peruse ts columns, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 4 March 1901

"Vv- *s f PERIODSOF PAIN. How Three Women Found Relief. m- While no woman is entirely free from periodical suffering, it does not seem to have been the plan of nature that woman should suffer so severely. Lydlft B, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the most thorough female regu- lator known to medical science. It relieves the condition which produces so much discomfort and robs menstruation of its terrors. The three letters here published should encourage every woman who suffers; Aug. 6, 1898. •A I " Diib Mm. Pinkhaa£ : — I have suffered since the age of sixteen with painful menstruation. I have been ' treated for months, and was told that the womb had fallen a little. The doctor says that is now in place again, but I still have the same pain. Please tell 'me what to do." — Mrs. Emma. Kukhl., 112 Trautman St., Brooklyn, B. D., N.Y. Jan. 19, 1899. " Deab Mas. Pinkham : — After re- ceiving your reply to my letter of Aug. 0 I followed vour kind advice, ana am glad to tell you that I have...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Courier — 4 March 1901

4= I S ' •; W.I k; | u CHILDREN ATE POLK ROOT. ONKOF THEM IS DEAD AND AN'OTII- Ki: KXPlCrTED TO DIE. Commanchc, ,TVx., March 4.— Three children of To in Rubers and one ol a man named VVin- ningham, living a few miles .south of Commanche, were poisoned yesterday by eating polk root. One of the Nabers children died in the afternoon and another is not expected to live. Will Boom his Business. 8. Luval,a merchant of Dallas; Texas, writes: '*1 thought I would liavo to give up business, after two years of suffering from general debility brought on by overwork and long hours, but four bottles of Electric Bitters gave me new life. I can now eat anything, sleep well and feel like working all the time. It's the best medicine on earth." It's a wonerful tonic and health builder for tired, weak, sickly and run- down people. Tvy i . Satisfac- tion guaranteed. Only 50e at City Drugstore. UNIQUE INAUGURATION- Washington, March 4.—The illustrated official program was a unique feature of the inaugura...

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