Daily Courier. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 305, Ed. 1 Monday, March 4, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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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. Some of the latest music
at 10c per copy.
•J. G. Province left for Waco
today where he will make his
future home. His family will
remain here until the first of
June when they too will go.
Bloating after eating, indiges
tion, flatulence or water brash,
may be quickly corrected through
fhe use of Piickly Ash Bitters.
It strengthens digestion, cleanses
and regulates the bowels. Sold by
Wanted—Board and room in
private family by young man.
Address W. S. Lewis, City.
Prefer location near P. O. d3t
School Supt. Hill is in the west
part of the county inspecting the
schools, Some time between
Saturday at noon and Sunday the
lock on the door of his office at
the court house was broken.
Nothtng so thoroughly removes
disease germs from the system as
Prickly Ash Bitters. It gives life
and action to the torpid liver,
strengthens and assists the kidneys
to properly cleanse the blood,
gives tone to the stomach, purifies
the bowels, and promotes good
appetite, vigor and cheerfulness.
Sold by Smith Bro f
Tt is a singular thing that in the
popular view of disease the interde-
pendence of the several organs of the
body is lost sight of. The heart, for
example, is diseased and it is treated at
if it were entirely separated from, and
independent of, every other organ.
The fallacy of this opinion is shown
by the cures of heart "trouble," liver
"trouble," kidney "trouble" ana other
so-called " troubles," effected by the use
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov-
ery. Primarily the "Discovery" is a
medicine for the cure of diseases of the
stomach and blood. But it cures dis-
eases of organs seemingly remote .from
the stomach, because these diseases have
their origin in a diseased condition of
the stomach and its associated organs
of digestion and nutrition.
«I doctored with three different doctors for
weak heart, but tliey did me do good," writes
Mrs. Julia A. WiU\ x, of Cygnet, Wood Co., Ohio,
Box 52. «I was so tired and discouraged if I had
had my choice to live or die I would have pre-
ferred to die. My husband heard of ' Goldeu
Medical Discover :' aud he bought a bottle. I
took that and th«r first half seemed to help we.
I took six bottles before I stopped. I am per*
fectly well, and ; n cooking for six boarders.
It has been a God -end to me." ' *
• Dr. Pierce's i'ieasant Pellets cure
The school mistresses who came
to the city Saturday to spend
Sunday with home folks, have
returned their respective
You can get all kinds of line
jr cheap candies, all kinds of
crystalized fruits; in fact every-
thing in the Hue at the Bon Ton.
An unusually large crowd even
for first Monday is in town today*
Everybody has a business look
on his face, a few dollars in his
pockets and some good horsss to
sell "right down yonder."
Sour stomach, fullness after
eating, flatulence are all caused by
imperfect digestion.' Prickly Ash
Bitters corrects the. disorder at
once, drives out badly digested
food and tones the stomach, liver
and bowels. Sold by Smitti Bros.
Hon. W. M. Abernathy informs
us that the Firemen's exercises
which were to take place on the
square this evening have been
postponed until Friday night.
The reason given is that they do
not wish to clash with other
For the next ten days Couch's
music house will offer popular
instrumental and vocal music at
10c per copy. Call and select
from large collectioq now being
Sarsaparilla —many brands at
The leading brands of stock
food at Smith Bros.'
International Stock Food [for
sale by Smith Bros.
For your blood use a bottle of
Sarsaparilla. The leading brand
at Smith Bros.'
Sasafras bark for tea at Smith
Big discounts on piariosat J.T.
Couch's to reduce immense stock
now on hand, tf
Everybody buys fruits and can-
dies from Homer Johnson the
north side confictioner, because
he sells the nicest and freshest in
the eity. tf
Wanted—to trade a good second
hand organ for a pony.
J. T. Couch.
You will always get the nicest
and freshest fruits, candies and
nuts at Homer Johnson's. tf
When you want anything nice
in fruits see Homer Johnson, the
"New Hampshire Gold" will
be presented at the opera house
Thursday evening March 7th by
members of the societies of the
Hawthorne College for the benefit
of the military company of that
college. Admission 15c and 25cs tf
Are our best advertisements. We
want your business and are wil-
ling to stake oui reputation on
pleasang you. We have
our plant and have put in all new
machinery and have a corps of
workmen who understand their
business. Give us a trial and
we will make a customer of you.
Brannon Br<s., Props.
Ring up 120 and our wagon will
call for your bundle. dw
Frank Hicks will move his meat
market to this place some time in
the near future.
ARE YOU FEELING BADLY?
rOK SALE BY SMITH HROh.
commands the re-
spect and admiration
of evcrv one in all
walks of life. Our
customers are walk-
for the durability,
quality and stylish-
ness of our Clothes.
If you would like to
be one of the best
dressed men in town
call around and
select a suit from
my linr>, which em-
biaces the very latest
in high class tailor-
ahead ol' all com-
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Daily Courier. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 305, Ed. 1 Monday, March 4, 1901, newspaper, March 4, 1901; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth191381/m1/3/: accessed October 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.