Daily Courier. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 305, Ed. 1 Monday, March 4, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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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 ||
Highest Grade -if
and our bakers arc known to
be the best. Our capaci'y J|f
for supplying the trade is
unlimited. &5?"(iive us yuur §
R. Ei CHAMBERS. Prop. |
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)|
and at prices that cause them jj|
almost to regret that they
never traded here sooner. J§
I carry everything in -
and cater to the exacting. Si-
Let us have your orders in
March. Phone 57 £
3d uoor west of
FINEST CAFE THIS SIDE ItlfiS1
We giva vou iihinod service 1$
and our tab e« are supplied
witii the BEST the iu&rkut at- ♦>!
fords jflgf Nice, new, np-to-dnte
Soda Fountain lias just been
added. Come to sop us.
T. H.riorgan, Prop.
i) nup. |
Wanted—To dispose of a few
more pianos and organs at great
b Hj lw. J T Uowvb. ilwK
Dr. Rutlego of Melissa is in
\V. it. Abcrnathy spent the day
W.J. Adams has gone to Ft.
Worth on business.
Hillary Ball made a business
trip to Melissa today.
II. L. Davis made a business
trip to Sherman today.
Cel. De Armond made a bus!
ness trip to Dallas today.
J. S. Spradley and wife of
Allen were m town shopping to
J. C. Pickrell left yesterday to
spend two weeks in Tioga for his
Miss Adele Rhine returned Sat-
urday from a visit with relatives
M. II. Rcagle of Princeton was
in town today and went from here
Assistant County Atty. G. W.
Brown is in Farmersvillc today on
Deputy Sheriff Win. Warden
went to Oak Cliff yesterday, re-
Ex-County Supt. Erwin return-
ed home to Melissa last night
after visiting here.
Miss Wil ie Harrison returned
Saturday night from a visit with
her bister in Sherman.
Mrs/; r W. Brown and cliil-
dt ::i arrived home today from a
visit with relatives in Wylie.
Henry Blake-more of Farmers-
viile, has returned home after
transacting business here today.
Mrs. J. E. Ilinman and chi!-
dren left yesterday for a week's
visit with relatives in Greenville.
Miss Mattie Gray returned to
her school in Allen yesterday,
from a visit with home folks at
Prof. Sam Rowland of Boone
county, Arkansas, has arrived on
a visit to .i. E. Ilinman and other
M iss Leon a Hinki'l of St.*Loui*
arrived in the city today to take
charge of the millinary depart-
n« t $f. tUu itvn,
Modest women dread to consult a doctor about
diseases peculiar to their sex. They have a horror ol
private examinations and surgical operations. For
this reason treatment of dangerous derangements Is
neglected. But the Wine of Cardui treatment, which
can be adopted at home without the knowledge of any
one but the patient herself, is now coming into general
use. Women who take Wine of Cardui do not have to
submit to a physician's local examination nor to a
surgical operation. Wine of Cardui cures in the privacy
of the home. No publicity, no cutting and torture ana
no physician or examination, while Wine of Cardui Is
quietly building up and strengthening the female organs.
Menstruation is regulated, the drains of leucorrhoea
stopped and the fallen womb restored to its place. The
terrible pains which rack the body are but
results of the ailments, which yield so readily
to the soothing properties of Wine of Cardui.
The medicine that cured Miss Garlen will cer.
tainly help you.
Rockford, Tenn., Aug. 16,1899.
I have suffered from womb trouble
Last spring a year
iix months. I
for five years. liaat sj
ago I was bedfast for si
Eaid $52 to one doctor, and heoaid ha
ad done all he could for me. I had
about given up, but called another doctor,
who said I would have to have surgical
treatment. I decided I might as well aie a
natural death as that. 1 happened to get
hold of a Ladles' Birthday Almanac, and decided to try your treatment. In
nine days after I commenced taking Wine of Cardui and Black-Draught I
could walk across my room, and in three weoks I mado myself a dress. Thla
was after my neighbors, and eve* my brothers and sisters, said I would never
be any better. 1 am now in good health. Miss S. E. GARLEN.
SEE WHAT HAPPENS
Listen to a child story :
Mary—Dif' „ ou say your prayers last night?
Mary—Well, I didn't, and 1m not going to siy
'em tonight. Nor tomorrow night. Nor the
next night I'm going to stop now for five
nigh'sHnd if nothing happens to me, then I'm
never going t'> say 'em any more.
This is the way the children
reason—and some grown up peo-
ple, too! They are all right
because, "nothing happens!"
Now you probably drink coffee.
How can we make you realize
what }ou are losing in not trying
Chase & Sanborn's
Nothing happens to you if you
don't use it! So it is hard to get
o you started.
o But something happens if you
once try a cup! You find the gro-
cer delivers it in an imported, air-
tight, parchincnt-lined bag. You
wonder about this. But when you
taste the coffee you get a hint.
This coffee is only roasted on
order; it is then hermetically
« sealed as it comes from the roaster
f HOM'IO .PAC.W"
o and is packed under the Chase &
o Sanborn Seal warranted trade-
mark. It is guaranteed to be the
Tfy It Just Once.
THE STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
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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/m1/5/: accessed December 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.