Daily Courier. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 305, Ed. 1 Monday, March 4, 1901 Page: 6 of 8
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AT THE COURT.
Nothing interesting has trans-
pired at tlie court today.
The cusc of Fred Wilson vs.
Tom Butcher and Joe Iluey was
argued this morning before the
court but 'i decision has not yet
The following probate orders
II. Clarkson, guardian estate of
Melissa Clarkson et. al. -Bond
and oath approved and ordered
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Thos: A. Fowbush guardian
estate of M. A. Fields—applica-
tion to sell land granted.
T. H. May vs. estate of Dillard
Atbcy et. al.—Application for
letters of guardianship granted
and sum fixed at $500.
E. P. King executor estate of
Rebecca Ann Cameron—final re
port approved and exeeutor
ordered discharged upon payment
of CO it.
'here is no doubt that the Evening daily is the paper for the
advertiser. It comes into the home after the day's work
is done and the merchant and mechanic can sit down and
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study it—ads and all The good wife has time to carefully peruse
ts columns, alike in the home of the wealthy and poor. The •
morning papers are hardly accorded a casual glance ere thrown
aside h}'the busy merchant or mechanic and the busier housewife at her home-
You can always depend upon it that the evening daily has the larger circulation
for this very reason, and is therefore by far the better advertising medium.
—From THE AMERICAN ADVERTISER.
BUCKLIiN'S ARNICA SALVE
Has world wide fame for mar-
velous cures. It surpasses any
other salve, lotion, ointment or
balm for cuts, corns, burns,boil",
sores, felons, ulcers, tetter, salt
rheum, feveV soresjehapped hands
skin eruptionsjinfallible for piles,
cure guaranteed. Only 25c at
City Drug Store.
The fire department was called
out about dark last night to ex
tinguish a blaze a*, a negro cabin
in North McKinney, but the fire
was extinguished before any dam
atoato*oi*oiioitoiio io«io oiio ioito
c> With the advent of Spring o
my new linn of hi«h giade *
Jf Tailoring has arrived. I am
£ anxions to have prospective
J purchasers call around and
g tee the
5 of suits and trousers ever
if shown in McKinney. JKaTl
ft guarantee everything. You
§ run no risk in buying from
o me. Before you buy, see
o me—first or last -but see me
| H. A. Singleton,
is —- -
North Side Square
The Courier is requested to
announce that the Cemetery As
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sociatiOn will meet at the Y. M.
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C. A. hall Tuesday afternoon at
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3 o'c lock. The ladies auxiliary
will meet at the same place at the
same hour. Matters of impor-
tance to be transacted and a
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large attendance is urgently re-
All of the passenger equip-
ment for the new fast train ser-
vice of the Queen & Cresent
Route between Meridian and
Shreveport is now being equipped
with safety gates and extension
platforms the same as are used
with square vestibules, in order
that passensers may pass to and
from the dining car with absolute
Messrs. Hackly and Tayloe, of
North Carolina, are in the citv.
These gentleman are introducing
The Up-to-date Washing Com-
pound, a patented preparation
for cleaning clothes, floors, etc.
They are stopping at the Foote
House and will remain here for
The Presbyterian ladies served
a sumptuous dinner today, the
proceeds thereof proving quite
satisfactory—about $35 above
expenses being the amount
For a clear complexion, bright
sparkling eye and vigorous diges
tion, take Prickly Ash Bitters
It puts the system in perfect
One Farrant & Votoe organ
good as new for $35 at J. T.
Couch s. dwtf
One Crown organ, 2 years use,
$15, at Couch's Music Store, dw
Pianos for rent at Couch's
music hou6e, ts
Courier for Job pridting. <
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There are a million little mouths in your skin
ready to absorb what ever comes to them.
What Kind of Soap
Do You Feed Them?
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We seldom reckon with the powers of absorption
exercised by the pores of the skin, and yet it is
possible for these little mouths to take in four
quarts of water in twenty-four hours.
No wouder that impure toilet soaps are so apt to pro-
duce skin diseases. You can trust the soaps we sell you.
We handle none but worthy brands, and by buying in
quantities we are able to make low prices on them.
Members of the two societies of
the Hawthorne College will pre-
sent at the opera house Thursday
evening March 7th the play "New
Hampshire Gold," for the benefit
of the Hawthorne military com
pany. Admit sion 15c and 25c. tf
One drink of fine old Peter
Cooper whiskey will make you
fceel good all over. Clias. Malone
sells it next doer to Coffey's liv-
try ti^We, • dwtf
VIAVI is open for investigation.
It is a food for the blood and
nerves; not a medicine. It re-
duces all form of inflamation;
therefore curing diseases arrisinfg
from that source. Call at Viavi
parlor, 1st house S Blue Gallery.
Hours 1 to 6 p.m.
Clkmma L. Bradley,
Chas. Malone carries a fine line
of 5 and 10c cigars. When you
want a good smoke call on him
next door to Coffty'i itablf,
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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/m1/6/: accessed July 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.