Daily Courier. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 305, Ed. 1 Monday, March 4, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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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,
Delivered by canter to any part of the city
•r by mail to aov address per mouth
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 15—3:27 p 111
SOUTH BOUND H & T c.
No 14- 11:00 a 111
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 historic ball
has fallen to the lot of a New
The Choctaw railroad is to be
extended to Ardmore, a distance
of 117 miles. Work to begin at
once, thus furnishing an outlet
for the Choctaw coal.
We now have the truth about
Roosevelt's daring deeds on
his recent hunt among the Rocky
mountains grizzly bears. He
killed umpteen lions with his rifle
and steen with his knife, while
the other forty-leven fell dead
wljen they heard that he was
FIVE CHILDREN MEET DEATH.
FOR ALDERMAN WARD TWO
FOR ALDERMAN WARD F t*R
T. T, Emerson.
FOR ALDERMAN WARD ONE
F. M. Hill.
Cotton is on the decline in price
both in Europe and America.
The Southern Pacific railroad is
to use oil as fuel on the west end
Mrs. Nation should be willing
it the future to split the kindling
for the family tire.
Why should the Cubans ques-
tion that our intentions are en-
tirely honorable. Look what we
have done for Porto liico and the
The continued pretty weather
has brought a large number of
people from all parts of Old
Collin to the metropolis today,
and the David Haruma of the
country are in their glory.
Mrs. MeKin ley's inaugural
gown, like her previous one, is of
white brocade, Mrs, MeKin lev
is exceedingly patriotic, hence she
u JiivIri Mr tiwt tires* i «4e in
Comanche, Tex., March 3.—
Five children of Sam Vinyard,
living seven miles north of Com
anche, wero burned to death yes
terdav afternoon. The father and
mother left the children in the
ho ;ise and went into the farm.
When they returned the house
was a mass of flames. After the
fire they found the charred bones
of the children in a heap. The
children wore aged from 1 month
to 6 years.
FOR A CHILD
who is "not doing well"—the
condition occurs now and then
with all children*
Scott's emulsion of cod-liver
oil is a food that begins to
build you up at once—of
course, it don't show at once.
"Not doing well" means
that the child is not getting
the good of his food. Not
today, or this week; it may
have been going on for a
month; before it begins to
show in the child's condition*
You want him to get back
to turning his usual food into
You want the food that
begins to build, up at once.
We'll send yow ft little to try, it vow Uk«.
wm.tjmi,. m M ft*
The fallowing h the program
of the Collin County Teachers'
Institute to be held in McKinncv
Saturday: March H*th,
10:30 to ll—Current events of
1901-c-J. 1?. Warren and Miss Ida
II to 11:30—Geometry, pl'opor
tion, similar triangles and poly
gonS"~8. J. Cres vell and J. C.
11:30 to 12—What are proper
incentives to study?—I. D. Fow
ler and Miss Josie Parker*
1—How to obtain thoroughness
in primary arithmetic—M. M.
Hust and Noel Pond.
1:30 to 2—Mistakes in dicipline
—C. C. Cross and E. 11. Bureh.
2 to 2:30—The cultivation of
the literary spirit in the child—
C. P. Hudson and Miss Emma
• ♦ 1
HOW TO CONQUER OR DIE.
"I was just about gone, "writes
Mrs. Rosa Richardson of Laurel
Springs. N. C,, 4-I had consump-
tion so bad that the best doctors
said I could not live more than a
month, but I began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery and was
wholly cured by seven bottles
and am now stout and well." Its
an unrivaled life saver in con-
sumption, pneumonia, lagnppe
and bronchitis; infallible for
coughs, colds, asthma, hay fever,
crjup or whooping cough,guaran-
teed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at City J rug Store.
I & Q N EXCURSIONS.
San Antonio, Texas—March
12-14, Texas Cattle Raisers' asso
Low excursion rates will be
made for all the above occasions.
Ask ticket agents for particu
lars as to rates, date of sale, etc.,
or write to D. J. Price,
G. P. & T. Agt.
* m •
"New Hampshire Gold" is a
pretty play and will be presented
at the opera house March 7th by
the societies of the Hawthorne
College for the benefit of the
military company. Admission
15c and 25c. tf
The Courier is requested to
announce that the Cemetery As-
sociation will meet at the Y. M.
C. A. hall Tuesday afternoon at
3 o'clock. The ladies auxiliary
will also meet at the same place
and the same hour. Matters of
importance is to be transacted
and a large attendance is urgeatly
Peter Cooper, Paul Jones and
Schuylkell are famous brands of
lino whiskies, sold by Charlie
Malone next door to Coffej'i
llwr d A ntf
HOW ABOUT YOUR PLUMBINO
Have you experienced any diffi-
culty in obtaining hot waterwhen
you are most in need of it? Are
your nostrils saluted with < Hfen-
sive smells, indicative of disease-
breeding germs? Better look in-
to the mattor, don't you thin*?
Better let ut do the looking, and
then the necessary repairing to
put things straight and sweet.
S Eve, I
I DR. A. J. CALDWELL
fc Office; 2nd door South of Col- tf
tf Ha County Bank (ground floor), tf
| . McKINNEY, TEXAS. §
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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/m1/4/: accessed September 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.