The Daily Gazette. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 86, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 20, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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The Doings of People in and
Around the City.
Largont Bros, for wall paper.
Basic hall goods at Smith Bros.
Pianos for rout—J. T. Couch.
Sw Evans, not Naples, then
J. A. Rogers lias a nice cottage
New belt buckles and clasps at
.1. A. Rogers wants to buy a
second hand ice box.
New odors in fine perfumery nt
New sailors and baby caps at
See us for wall paperand paint.
Guaranteed mite mover at
.lust received—.">,000 rolls of
wall paper at Largcnt Bros.
Insect powders and moth halls
at Smith Bros.
New styles in *kirts and waists
Attorney R. C. White has had
his office re-carpeted, re-papered
and otherwise re-novated.
Chicken cholera remedies at
Mattings by the bolt at about
one half price. S. Weisman.
A hig picnic is in progress at
Prosper today. ,1. \l. Muse of
this city is in attendance.
Boys' shirt waists io cents.
Capt. J. L. Greer went to
Leonard today, being called there
by the continued sicuness of his
Children's parasols, very pretty
Fresh cat fish just received at
the Star restaurant.
County Attorney Hughs ton,
Hons. II. L. Davis aim T. S.
•Jackson are attending Justice
Hardin's court at Weston today.
Joel B Frazier whisky, guaran
teed 1891 goods, exclusively sold
by Dock Turner. ml7-lm
New styles in linen and straw
hats for men and boys.
The Rcbckas held their regular
weekly meeting at the I. O. O. F.
hall last evening and transacted
Try our Compound Extract
Sarsaparilla. If not satisfied
your money back. Smith Bros.
The decoration of the graves at (
the Horn cemetery at Vineland;
took place yesterday with appro-1
nriate exercises. Quite a milli-
ner from here attended.
MisS Bobbie Suttle is chaper-
oning her class, the 7th grade in
the public school, with a picnic at
Rocky ford t day. Mrs. W. P,
Suttle ajlro nijcoinpqn.icd them.
Passenger Agent J. M. Chat-
ham, of the S., S. & S., Green-
ville, is here this evening.
Your flowing locks will be nice-
ly cut for l.ic atG. W. Hall's
T. F. Mangum and F. K. Wil-
cox arc among the attorneys from
here attending court :tt Weston
Mate Barnctt still solicits your
trade for groceries, etc. Free de-
livery to any part of city. l.r>-l
A letter received today from
Marcus Johnson in Galveston
states that he will begin work in a
drug store there next week.
Call on Wakely, the photo-
grapher, for < nly the best work.
In Met* building west of Foot®
House. in 17-1 ni
McKinney & Hill hare sold J.
P. Crouch the finest set of harness
ever put lip in McKinney, to be
used to pull his new funeral car.
Lost—gentlemen's gold watch:
has been changed from a key to a
stem winder. Leave at office and
get reward. 18-tfd
Capt. W. E. Singleton of Jef-
ferson arrived this morning for a
visit to his daughter, Mrs. Fred
Largcnt, where Mrs. Singleton i-
Tom Harris, formerly of this
place but now of Sherman, pass-
ed through the city this morning
on his way home from a business
The University Club met with
Mrs. Shain yesterday afternoon;
As no definite decision regarding
the matters for which the meet-
ing was called, was arrived at,
another meeting will be held with
Mrs. Shain next Wednesday af-
This is the only jjousc in town
that receives scaled packages of
candv direct from the factory.
SODA FOUNTAIN—La; •
the best equipped soda fountain
in this section of the state and
are also manufacturer of ICE
CREAM, using Pl'RECRKAM
lees and Sherberts.
THE BON TON
J. W. daekson, Proprietor.
OUR NEW TEACHERS.
Those Who Will Teach the Young
Idea How to Shoot Next Term.
The school trustees met at the
president's office in the Collin
county National Bank last night.
All the members of the board
were present, Judge T. C. Good-
There were 22 applicants, 20
women and 2 men, for the S
places in our school.
The following teachers were
elected by ballot, and on the first
ballot Misses Bobbie Suttle, Al-
lie Rodgers, Wilma Edwards, Ed-
wina Alsup, Maggie Leddy, Josie
Parker, Mattic Houston, Ida
Ball, Miss Ollie Pleniiiion.-- 1st,
and Miss Efiie Smyers, 2nd, su-
The superintendent will assign
the different teachers their respec-
tive grades. These teachers are
paid $.')0 a month.
Prof. Douglass was elected
principal and Lillic Dotty teacher
of the colored schools, and Mrs.
L i n dsey s u pe r n u n le ra rv.
THE BUSY SEASON
May be fully on down at your place. If you're busy, send in
your order by a neighbor, or any member of the family. You'll
get just the same satisfaction as if you came yourself, and it's
always backed by a guarantee. Reliable, trustworthy, most-
used items—sold at their realwosth—is the basis upon which
we solicit business. These are what you're mostly interested
in just now—
A LARGE LINE OF BED ROOM SUITS,
Rocking Chairs, Bedsteads, Carpets, Floor Mattings, Rugs,
Folding Beds, Screen Doors, Window Screen, Refrigerators, -
Ice Chests, Ice Cream Freezers, Cook Stoves, Queensware. all >
kinds of furniture repairing. Work guaranteed. Coffins and j
undertakers' goods. /
'> Asbury & Nelson. We§ctKLa; street. ^
BEAR IN MIND
TOILET ARTICLES, 1
The best line in town. /j
FINE CIGARS, f
We keep only lwgh grade smokers. Regular 'f
MCKINNEY DRUG CO, j
iIjC <i. R. WALLACE, Manager.
LUNCH WITH BEER
At 1. Cohen's, beginning to-day. Same size yla.-s as here-
tofore served. It s a known fact, that alwa\s, tin- beer kept
is the best and ice cold.
Ilojvb to shot! at Stanley'!'
ne\f fo Atkinson's stable ,>tf
When you wish a nice cold
lemonade, milkshake, soda pop,
«;lawfsa, fruits, wax, candies and
other nice tl inps, come to my i
i stai\d, in papa's >iore, on E. I.a.. Meets all train-■. lij><.cla « livery
>Stl'eet. Sgliciffiig your trad*, I stable in connection. Pntronii^f
am yours, etc. Wiii: Baksktt, j of the public solicited,
W. A. Kendall'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/m1/3/: accessed October 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.