Daily Courier. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 235, Ed. 1 Friday, February 8, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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MRS. BRASELL DEAD.
Mcl'i^sn, Texas, Fob. 8.—
Mr*. Will Hi •ascll of this place,
died today of pneumonia after
a lingering illness of several
weeks. She was seriously sick at
the time Of her husband's deaths
two weeks ago, and since then
she has been gradually sinking
until the end came this morning
Five children are now orphans
and the sympathy of the entire
• munitv is with them in (heir
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
Resolutions of respect upon the
death of T. C. Boone, adopted
by Empire Lodge, No. 68, I. O.
O. F. Thursday, Feb. 7, 1901.
Whereas, it has pleased Al-
migcty God to remove from our
midst J>io. T. C. Boone, who
wan a charter member of Empire
Lodge No (>8, and had been an
Odd Fellow for more than forty
eight years, during all of which
time ho has exemplified the prin-
ciples of our order, and whereas,
we deeply mourn his death, now
vd to learn that there is therefore be it resolved that in
f >ne dreaded disease that j his death we feel that we have
s hw, nbie to euro in | lost a most worthy father in Odd
^ M \ i )\ * 1 ^affUT'l •
ders of thin paper will
lj.ill"- ('tire i*. iiiv. 'titty j
positive cure Known to the medi-
cal fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional dUea^e, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh. Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood
and inUcous surfaces of the sys-
tem, thereby destroying the foun-
dation of the disease, and giving
the p'atient strength by building
up thief constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in
its curative powets that they offer
ue hundred dollars for any ease
-tt it fails to cure. Send for 1 ist
>r testimonials. Address F. J.
Cheney & Co.. Toledo, ().
Snl<j;bv druggtsts, 7f>c.
Hall's Family Pill are the best.
* ' Meslcan f morals.
The Mexicans have a queer way ct
%ufying ttie dead. The corpse is tight-
ly wrfltrped in century plant matting
am) in a coflln hired for about a
•hilling:. One or two natives, as th*
case way he, place the coffln on theVT
heads and go at a trot to the grave,
Where the - body is interred, and th«
eoffin is then returned.
- l*arl>er* iu Austria.
Auf-Ujaas 4ake no chaneeB with their
V^rber^.,Xhey must be good, and th«
Barbers and Wigniakers' LTnion of
Viennff se* fc to H that they are. Pro-
vlalou KJal$e;made in their ootle foi
wewea. J^rbt;r& who desire to carry oil
ftltt business''of their hasbandf in cast
tieeth or tUne**,
,1. R.* P* ah,
the tefr for I'l .
i'f/J o •
and will return here next
Second—That wc arc comfort-
ed by the fact that we truly be-
lieve he has entered into the full
fruition of Friendship, Love and
Third—That we extend our
sympathy and condolence to (lis
sorrowing relatives and iriends.
Fourth—Tint a copy of these
resolutions be furnished the press
for publication to the end that
we may pay a just tribute to the
memory of our departed friend
Fifth—That the secretary of
this lodge be requested, and di-
rected to copy these resolutions
in the minutes of the lodge.
Sixth-That the lodge be draped
and the members of the lodge
wear the usual badge of mourn-
ing for thirty days.
Seventh—That we hold in
sacred memory our bible, not
only for its awn sake, but because
it was presented to this lodge by
J. M. COCKE,
T. F. MANGUM;
r i r
The Foote House Barber Shop
and the Palace have been g'viug
a bath and shave for 25ets and
will continue to do so until Sat-
urday night at 12 o'clock and af-
ter that time baths will be 25ets
stiaight. Ed & Will.
Mra.jS. P. Coffey and children
are visiting Mrs. Beard of Melissa.
«;ci of \ awning.
Not onl.v it healthy to yawn."
*ays a French physician, "but artificial
yawning should be resorted to in cases
of sore throat, buzzing of the ears, ca-
tarrh and like trouble." It is said to
be as efficacious in its way as gargling
the throat, with which process it
should be combined.
The chapel of St. Helena at Bethle-
hem contains 44 marble columns which
were taken from Mount Moriab and
supposed to have been in the porches
of the temple. 4
Chinese streets are the narrowest In
the world. Some of them are only
three feet wide.
"Sunset Central Special"
Runs through daily from Denison to Now Orleans^and
Carries Free Chair (Jars.
Through Pullman Sleepers Daily
From Galveston via Denison to St. Louis.
From Galveston via Ft Worth to Denver.
From Austin via Elgin to Chicago.
From Houston via Denison to Sedalia, Mo.
From Houston to Waco and Austin.
%'The Centtal has the Free Chair Car Line"
For tickets and further information apply to Agents H. & TXC.lt. It.
Pass. Traffic Manager. Houston, Texas. G P & T A.
•MCUMINft QUO CAR.'
Best Li ne to the'OId Stales
One reason why most people go back to the "Old States"
via the Cotton Belt is because the Cotton Belt ?&&*** from one
to five houtfi quicker time than other lines.
The Cotton Belt offers you the qtikAeet and Aortoat urate xm ttv
' Old States;" without unnecessary chanin of car«. Both day and ulg)l£
trains are equipped with comfortable Coaches and Kecftinlng Ohnftr
Cars; also Parlor Carte Cars by day and PizUman Sleepers at night.
Write and tell us where you are going and when you will leave*
and we will tell you what your ticket will cost and what train to take
to make the best time and connections. Wa wM ajao send yon an
Interesting little booklet, "A Da*' on a Parlor Oafe W." •
S.Q. WARN ER.0.P.&T. A.,Tyler,Tm. DJH.WMWAN.TJ>.A., Ft.Wort*,Ten.
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