Daily Courier. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 235, Ed. 1 Friday, February 8, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
20 th CENTURY
The Semi' Weekly
McKlNNEY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1901.-4:30 P. M.
A SOtli CENTURY LOCAL PAPER-TODAY'S NEWS IN A NUT-
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I'rinted Kspeciolly to Please ai Progressive People.
Read the. Announcement to The Boys and Girls on Sixth Page in To-Day's Courier.
FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD—
CONDENSED FOR BUSY' PEOPLE
Omaha, Feb. 8.—Plans are
nearly perfected for the National
Convention of Creamery Butter-
makers, which opens here the
18th inst. About 4,000 delegates
THE LAWSON YAChT
Philadelphia, Feb. 8.—Tonight
at the Academy of Music occurs
a gymnastic event which has ex-
cited ninth comment and attract-
ed an unusual amount of interest.
Yale and the University of Penn-
sylvania will coiue together in a
dual contest. It will bo the first
meeting since 1892 and rare sport
CRKBDON TO FIGHT COVERT.
Dallas, Tfx.J Feb, 8.—A twenty
round fight between Dan Creedon
of New York, and Harry Covert
of Chicago, will be pulled off to-
night at the Olympia Club to-
night. Covert has been in train
ing here for some time and will
put up a stiff opposition. Cree-
don is also said to be in good
Boston, Feb. 8.—Work on the
Lawson boat is progressing fav-
orably. Designer Crovinshield
seems to have bent his effort*
toward making this new cup de-
fender as easv to drive as the old
Columbia of 1803 and yet able to
develop more power through an
increase of sail. The develop-
ment of the two boats is nearly
identical, about 145 tons. The
Lawsyn boat will be longer on
deck especially in the forward
overhanging, which is 27 feet 6
inches, the longest ever given to a
cup defender. The beam is 3 1-2
feet narrower than the Columbia
The Lawson boat will doubtless
be lighter than the Columbia and
will have almost 2000 square feet
more sail, or about 14,500 feet.
From stip to masthead the Law-
men boat's mast will measure 118
feet, which is 8 feet more than
the Columbia. The building of
it excites great interest here.
THIN AND FAT flEN BARRED
C1GV. ODELL INSYRACAUSE
Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. <s.—'I lie
Syracuse Chamber of Commerce
has been singularly fortunate in
securing for its annual banquet
tonight the presence of Gov.
Odeli. This is the first formal
public visit outside of Albany
made by the governor and his in-
auguration. This evening's event
it is believed, will eclipse all pre-
vious functions or the body. In
view of the coming of Gov. Odell
'a change has been made in the
arrangements. An afternoon
business sossion will be held to be
addressed by the mayors of the
four second class cities of the
fttate. Each mayor is expected to
relate his experience under the
A SHAKY SCHOOLHOUSB.
A BATTLE ANNIVERSARY.
MILI1ART SUPPLIES' PROPOIAH.
Chicago", 8,*—At the Chief
Quartermaster s office in this city
♦ at noon today j^the time expires
for receiving bids for a laj^e
amount of supplies, especially
the line of clothing, for Uncle
Sam's army. large number of
proposals have been received but
it will be several days before the
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Philadelphia, Feb. 8.—On the
Westei n division of the great
Pennsylvania Railroad system an
iron clad regulation is being en-
forced to the effect that hereafter
all men weighing less than 140
pounds and more than 180 pounds
are barred from employment as
firemen or breakemen. More
than this, applicants for placos
will not be considered unless they
stand at least five and one half
feet in their stockings. These
dditional physical requirements
e made necessary by the intro-
ddction of the new style engines
known as "c melbacks." If it
aNo claimed that men whese pro-
portiont> are outside the above
figures arc more liable to disease.
New York, Feb. 8.—Today is
the thirty-ninth anniversary of
the battle of Roanoke, one of the
first decisive victories of the war.
The survivors of ^that battle,
celebrate tonight at the Arena.
Major D. F. Wright, ©f the 51st
New York, is president and L.L.
Robbius of the 23rd Massachu-
setts, is secretary. There are but
few left of those who marched
under Bnrnside in this engage-
ment. Gen. Parke, the last sur-
viving general, died not long since
Working Over Time.
Gight hour laws are ignored by
tireles, little workers—Di .King's
New Life Pills. Millions are al-
ways at work, night and day, cur-
ing indigestion, biliousness, con-
stipation, sick headache and all
stomach,liver and bowel troubles.
Easy, pleasant, safe, sure. On'y
25c at City Drug Store.
Courier for job printing.
Buffalo, Feb. 8.—Over in the
town of Alden is located what i*
known as the "Shake? SoheeK
house." When tho wind blew#
ink will sometimes slop from th*
desk wells. The rooms have no
ventilation, the heating apparatus
is so imperfect that the pupti&r
arc roasted and chilled alternate!?
Thfc building is unsanitary an4*
unsafe but whenever a propoai* .
lion has come before the people 1 '
to buildja new or to repair lb#
present structure a storm of op-
position has been met.
The movement for a new scbediv
house on a roomy site hae bee*
gradually gaining though, and ta
day a meeting being
held to vote upon the quest!##*
The school board proposea t#
build a commodioua structure aft
an expense of $10,000 and til#
prospects are exeellent for Ik#
success of the undertaking.
HOW TO CONCUBR OR DIB..
"I was just about gone, "wntef,
Mrs. Rosa Richardson of Laurel!
Springs. N. C„ '*1 had consump*
tion so bad that the best ^doctors
said I could not live mere than #
month, but I |bcgan to' Use Dr..
King's New Discovery and wm
wholly cured by seven bottles
and am now stout and well." It#
an unrivaled life saver in con-
sumption, pneutnoniu, lagripp#
and bronchitis; infallible for
coughs, colds, asthma, hay feyer* v •
cr jup or whooping cough,guaijfe*,
teed bottles 30c and $1.00. Trial.
bottles free at City 1 >rug Store.
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500 BURNED TO DKATH.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 8.—'The
latest report of the Bakuoit fire ,
says 500 people were burned t#>
LOST—Last Moneay, piece qV '
white linen drawn work. Rikui
to Mra, J. L. Greer.
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