The Daily Gazette. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 86, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 20, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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'ATTENTION * LADIES !s
Don't Fail to Call and See Our
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■MISSISSIPPI . STORE!!
Jewelry lit Largent Bros. lM-tf
Sewing machines for rent. J.
Fix up .some hitch racks, !>usi-|
Embroidery remnants, cheap at
Alderman Jesse Shain was in
New sailors and millinery at
Jim Andrews sells groceries
Frank Allen left this morning
for a visit to relatives in Funis.
Bargains in ladies' and chil.
dren's slippers at Weisman's.
•Fim Andrews wants your groc-
ery trade. m21-lm
The six-year-old daughter of
llunter Bryant of Walnut Grove
Present your Coca Cola Ticket*
at Smith Bros' soda fountain.
Master Will Cocke, son of Kev.
J. M. Cocke, arrived yesterday
Rare bargains offered in cloth-
Buy your groceries from An-
drews and save money. m21-lni
Major Brown of Sherman pass-
ed through the city this morning
for a trip to Dallas on legal busi-
Ernest Parker of the Allen Ad-
vocate joined the Texas Press As-
sociation at Dallas yesterday.
Gentlemen's balbrigan drawers
24c,great bargains at Weisman's.
La Flora de Bell, 10c cigars foi
5c at Doc Turner's. ml7-1 m
Dr. II. L. Pearson returned
last night from the meeting ol
the Dental Association at Waco.
Laces and embroideries, neu
Toilet soap or. to $1 a cake at
Mrs. Henry Goeinaii left thi>
morning for a visit to her father.
Mr. J. R. liatley of Durant, I. T.
The latest and most palatable
oold drinks at Smith Bros.
Linen skirts as low as socts.
Dr. Frank Edny of Little Hock,
Ark., who has been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Hurley, return-
ed home this morning.
Chill tonics and Cod Liver Oil
preparations at Smith Bros.
The summer corsets we sell at
25c are worth 50c. at Weisman's.
To dye or not to dve, that's the
question. Evans will settle it
Mr. and Mrs. K. E. C
Myer Smith and Miss Minnie
Blanford, Eli Morton and Miss
Lena Love are fishing for the
(tinny tribe 011 the banks of Sni-
dw's Lake this aftsraooa.
Your Sunday Devotions.
Cumberland Presbvt e r i a n—
Usual ser 'ices tomorrow morn-
ing and evening by the pastor,
Rev. J. M. Cocke.
Presbyteiian services at the
court house May 21st. Morning
topic: The Duty of Christian
Joy. Evening topic: True Re-
ligion, the Highest Wisdom. All
are invited. A special welcome
to strangers and commercial men.
Bring a friend.
Methodist church — Sunday
School 9:45 a. m. 11 a. m. ser-
mon by the pastor. Subject: The
Wav that S^emeth Right—Whose
End is Dc'hth. Usual League
service in afternoon. 8:15 p. m.
sermon by the pastor. Every
member urged to be prese
First Christian church—Rev.
Faris will fill his pulpit both
morning and evening. At the
morning hour the annual offering
for domestic missions will be
taken, and it is desired that every
member come prepared to have
some fellowship in this cause.
Wood McDonald has just re-
ceived whiskey from Brown,
Foreman & Co., and James
Thompson & Bro. of Louisville,
Ky.,twoof the oldest and best
Ijouws in the world. 8tf
PLANO SCHOOL QUESTION.
Citations Served by Deputy Sher-
iff Warden Today.
is no abatement
question at Piano. Deputy Sheriff
Warden went down this after-
noon to serve citations on the
members of the old board, citing
them to appear on the 16th day
of October in the district court
here and answer the charges made
against them for unlawfully acting
as sehool trustees, etc.
The other side is also busy at
work and the members of the
council constituting the old school
board, have served notice on the
recently elected trustees that they
will 011 next Monday, before
Judge Dillnrd at Waxahachie,
move to vacate the order hereto-
fore made commanding them to
turn over the sehool property and
franchises of that independent
school district to the new board.
Thus the matter, stands and the
feeling between the two factions
is still intense.
We extend to you an invitation
to call on us when you need a
shave or hair cut. We have a
nice shop, conveniently located,
and it is our endeavor to please
our patrons. Our shop is one
door west of M. Aron & Co.
12-tf. IIibbitts A Martin.
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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/m1/4/: accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.