The Daily Gazette. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 86, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 20, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DAILY GAZETTE.
I*.«ueil Ever) Afternoon Except Sunday at the
Stt'iim I'owrr hou.se.
By TOM W. PERKINS.
SCMNliK I.ANSDAL.E, - • City Editor. j
I'er flunth is Cents.
Delivered Anywhere in the City.
'Phone No. 07.
Me KIN NICY, MAY 20, 1800
Tin golden Age will u<>t conic
till tlie £i1^.~>,<mh),I)Ihi -tcel 1 ni>l i-
COUNTY, COriMISSIONBRS' AND
No Criminal Cases have Been
Tried Today in County Court
—New s of Interest.
It's Good Goods
For I he
I III'. I' 111 p 111 o W iir 1- - I ill :i con-
tinucd story, with tin* xpected ad-
• Iit ional chapters.
IMiah'II.v. t <> many of our
brave volunteers have been inn—
tried out of a jolt.
Rubber trust is -till
strctehing it- profits at the ex-
pense of the consumer.
Ik it is true that (ien. Fun-ton
ha- resolved to keep out of polo-
t ics hi- head 1- a- level a- it i- red.
It is a sad fact that t he mini
who stays awake during the ser-
mon nit*v be thinking of anything
else but what the preaeher is sav-
IJki ori: we telegraph to Mill's,
-uppox■ We wipe out sonic of the
disgraceful conditions of life on
this planet, which we would b.<
ashamed to have to tell the Mar-
Tin: abundant strawberry i- a'
blessing for w hich we cannot be j
too grateful. McKinney is just
now red n it h it. and t here is
nothing more healthful or pictur-
esque tItan strawberry paint.
It scent- t hat t lie ('atliolic j
church, w hich litis been supposed |
to be all powerful in Spain, can-
not put a stop t
< * <
ill" in the
Spanish army. Only the Al-
mighty hiin-elf call check t lie lol-
lies t hat tio w
I ncm: R 1 -s 1:1.1. S \< 11;, in hold-
ing on to his .-avings. nitty point
to the fate of Millionaire Pro-
basco, w ho gave aw ay $700,00(1
and is now friendless and ponti-
le-- tit the tlge of Nil. It i>, how-
ever. almost time for Mr. Pro-
btlseo to go to the treasure lie litis
I lid up in hea\en.
I'm: idea tlnit (iod ha- joined
two pei'son.s in marriage when one
may prove to be a criminal or de— 1
1 itnti* ol moral sen-e, tind who I
ititiy make the lite «>| the other a
prolonged torture. i- otic id' the
tiio.>t dillicult to inculcate. Per-1
haps it will iM\crbc generally re-'
: , ..
No criminal eases have been
tried in the county court today.
The following probate business
has been disposed of: Application
of \Y. II. Wolford for temporary
letter- of administration estate of
.I. T. Melton, decciised. granted
and bond li\ed at $.")00.
R. ('. White, guardian estate of
Harrison Iledgeeoxc, inventory
and appraisement approved and
ordered recorded. Application
for allowance granted ami guar-
dian allowed to sell land for not
less than appraised value: >1. h.
Oreer, temporary administrator
of the estate of II. R. McKinney,
report of -:tle and final report it*
tcnipornn administrator approv-
ed and ordered recorded. Ap-
plicttt on of W. S. Mathcvs, ad-
ministrator estate of W. C.
Parker, for sale of real estate
granted. First annual report of
\V. II. Hurst, guardian ,estate of
,les>ic et til., minors, approved
and ordered recorded. Applica-
tion of J. h. (irecr for perma-
nent letters of administration
estate of II. R. McKinney, de-
ceased, granted, bond fixed at
$24,000 and R. C. Moore, J. F.
(irecr and Sam Rosamond tip-
pointed appraisers. Application
to probate will of F. B. Simmons
and for letters of administration,
granted. Will established ac-
cording to its terms and provis-
ions and S. J. Simmons appoint-
ed administrator without bond
and G. J. Davie, Henry Harless
and George Pool .appointed ap-
commissioners' ( 01 nr.
Commissioners' court met in
regular session yesterday after-
noon, ami will adjourn this af-
After allow ing a number of ac-
counts yesterday the bid- for bur-
ial of the county's paupers were
examined and the contract award-
ed to J. P. ( Vouch & ('o.
This morning John Moore was
appointed public weigher for this
The court litis this afternoon
been engaged in examining the
report of Tax Collector Yaifcy
I hat has built up our business. That i- what the
people want. The\ want to spend their dollars where
tlie\ will get 011c hundred cents worth of goods. We
guarantee everything just as represented. No mis-
representations allowed. If you buy anything of us
ami are not pleased w hen you get home, kindly return
if to us ami you w ill get your money back. N\ e quote
For reliable merchandise quoted in M« Kinncv or any
w here else. Makes no difference w hat you want if
vou will come to us you will find that we can save
vou a little money on some things and big money on
We Buy For Spot Cash)
And sell for spot cash is how we do it. We make no
II STICK Cot HI'.
The case of ,1. S. Moore, oil
11 ml in Justice Terrell's court
yesterday afternoon, charged
with the use of abusive language,
resulted in a yerdict pf i|ot
Therefore you have to pay no one else's account. We
have plenty of bargains iiil through our store for you.
You have to vi-it our store ami price our goods before
you can appreciate w hat we arc doing for the people.
W. S. KNIGHT,
Soath Sit Dry Goods Merchant s
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The Daily Gazette. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 86, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 20, 1899, newspaper, May 20, 1899; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth191382/m1/2/: accessed May 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.