The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 22, 1900 Page: 1 of 6
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Misses fsst black hone at 5il8 M, and 12S«
Mon|a f^color?*, Mack sncKfrn, 5f% 8Kc
Men's hesr? son, the best in th^Setate, 9
pair for 19c. ]p}^
Men's Furnishing Goods
M«*VKCf)t9 e shirts, With or
cottars 50c, sold everywhere at
The baadsoo|e^tfne of, Me tf* Ties seer
own in McRinn I
Bon ham, Tex. ,Feb, 15.—At the
last term of tho Disiriet Court,
held during August, Frank White
and Newrereon Morris* colored
were Conricted and sentenend to
death for the crimes committed in
Honey Grove. White murdered
his friend who had gone borne
with him to spend the night. He
cut him across the stomach with a
raxor. Morris killed his wife
and child by splitting their heads
open with no ax. The excuse he
gars for the crime was that he
wss Jealous of his wiffe -
The condemn*?, negroes were
^at before District Judge
today and the death
-■>and pnJthem- Tfc*
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FUed far record In the Oottntjr
Olnrk's offlos, McKlnnay. Texas
for weak wdlnc Psbruary 10,
wtfa to W R
M Spradlnf and
^ftlathors. tflifn, 11
A J Soribnar and wifs to Joha
lincham to T O Sta
in 41140a, L B Bill
)aod other oonsidsr-
ion to 1T Oobb, 1st In
J W Gordon to IT Oobb,
IT Oobb to J V Gordon, lot la
Lsbanon, fBOO. *
A9burr. lot In MefQnney, 91000.
J R Self at uk to £ Oonoall/.
lot la Far mere rllie. 9900.
L L Millar aad wills to J B
Self, lot in Far mere villa, 9419.
4 Con naily at ax to R Vsn
Brown, lot In Far mars villa. 9&0Q.
B ft Thomas to W 8 -Skalton
T Hartley, 90a, Jas. Flaber inr,t9900.
F H Welch aad wife to W F , la McKlnnay. 9175.
0.0. Proliant mm ta J M Moore. ndlviM |4 int. 10Ca
Plsroe, lot In MoKlnnev, $1900.
J B Hlfht and wite to W R aad wtfa. lot in Wylle.|IO
J J Stacy and wife to J T
Jonsa, lot In McKinnay, 9225.
For eat O Board to A J 8crib-
; lot in McKlnnay. 9700.
John Oamaron to J C BryanV
Bridgaa, 15a, Wm. Davia nor,
Mt#|o W R Bridgaa, lot
Martin at u to B1
Strickland, 44^ D. Van Winkle
sar. 91820. ** *
iTand WMOotemaato 0 B
Ooiaman, 59 54-lQOa, J R Bur-
"TVorinJ0^ Wtf. to I T
OoleaMa. ♦ 100a, C Searcy aar,
W B Bedell to R B BedeH.
Henry McCulkmgh anr. #1909.
Mrs Martha A HarHs to B P
UOn, A Orrsur, 91006.50
ad trim to W O
M 0 Vela aar.
Burton aar, flOO.
Haggard aad Wifi to W O
81 Martin at al to J 8 Barch.
Ida, H T Cbeaowith aar. 9118.
Walter ood wlf to J W
Atterberry, 80% 8 Craft aar.
W U Pnrry aad wife to O R
Harry, lot la MoKlnaev, 9H0.
Wm Oallia aad wife to J H
Hicks. Ma. P Da-la Piaa aar.
BD Coleman aad wife to R B
Dttsler. lot In Far mere villa, 9150
wtfa in J aad
finger aar, 9818.
RiketoJ A Mc^
Bride, lot In flrnwavilla. 9MA
\U f J—-S Juy^
w m fwieon aaa wive
40a. MI Gamines sur, 990.
JW, Beak man aad wife to J 8
Bardim. lot fn Nevada, 1190.
JSBardim to G W Pool, lot ia
T A White at al to O W Pbol
aad wife. lOta, J Osgood aar. ex-
change of laada.
Trihata ta Jaha Field.
Toths officers and members
of Book Hill Lodge Ko. 41JL 1. a
o. p. -MzS
Wbereaa, Bra John Field haa.
by death, been removed from hie
iha with Rook BUI Lodge
Na 411, L O. O. P., therefore
Boeolvad. that we typ mam bare
of this Lodge deeply regret his
death, so early in life, and feel
that oar memberahip haa been
deprived of the aid of one who
aiwnye performed hie dety wUh
ability aad oonacten tiouanew.
To thoee who had intimate per-
aooal relations with htm fra-
ternally. eooially. or In the way
of busineaa be was the Ideal
man. Hia life denoted noble
saanhood. good citiaenahip, aad a
daaira to live in aooordanne with
the golden rule. Honorable, up-
right, aad faithful in all the rcla-
Uoaa of life, a tender buebaad,
aad affectkmate father, a true
aod sealous I. O. O. F, bo yielded
up his spirit into the hands of
his Maker and peaaad into eter-
nal rest. Living, hie friends aad
brethrea hoaered his. a aad. they
ainoarelv moarn for him. The
to the order, looally. la lrra>
James T. Couch,
McKinncy's General Masic Dealer.
a >'t 0 ' V
for Violins aiatTGuitaf^Tall Pieces
St el and Silver Strings for all in-|
parable, aod hia memory will loag
J. wP Throckmorton Camp 109
U. C. V., met at the 1
nat«Ml Sunday afternootu v Com-
one from T. H. KingwU-y
ger Agent Dalian, Texas, inform-
ins us that arrangements hare
been^ade by wl,ieh iat«. ff^
New Orleans snd Memphis to the
Ba-Union at Louisville, Ky.
whk'hoecnraMsy, 90th to June
lad for one cent per mile each
wafon short mile distance.
One from the Southern Lyceum
Bawau proposing to furnish us
Gen*L John B. Gordon for a
lecture during April. . Command-
er J. M. Pearson and Adjt. Lake
are authorised to covraapond oa
the aubject with the Baiaau and
tf initable arrangements can be
made wt> will have Genl. Gordon
wftt us in April.
The chair announced that the
time hid arrived for the payment
of our yearly dues aad all who de-
sires to continue their member-
ship with us are requested to call
oa the Adjutant or thoee who
he may d« «ignate and pay the
amount of twenty centa at once
ao that we may keep in good
etaading at the general aad state
headquarter*. Do not neglect
this timely notice comrades
A ivwolution wss offered that
J. tt. Pcaraon, T. M. Scott and
J. L. Greer be appointed a com-'
mittee tn draft callable raaolu-
tlona oa the death .of R C.
cberiahed ny thoee to wtmat
hia genial nature waa an Inaptr-
atlon. Be It further
Reaolvod. that we engrave up*
on our reoorda those resolution!. Dm* dollar aad aeveaty-9ve
as a slight token of our hlgtmnt
eateem. and forward to bis wife
tad family our * Oxpreeetoa • of
deepest sympathy, with the as-
sutance :^bath> wholJves In the
* ^ ~ I
was collected aa
- Norther husinew, enmp ad-
journed' to meet* j|t 8 o'clock on
the ae< ond Sunday in March un-
law previously called by the coo-
• J. M. PXABSOIf,
C. H. Laxn,
The proposed hew mill for Mo-
Kirinef wHT not be built as before
ateted in thoee oolumns. Its
stockholders have purchased
in the Collin County Mill A
vator Company whoss
atock will be increased from
IMTfOOO to #109,000 snd capacity
from 900 barrels to 1000 bsrrels
daily* y&'tf, %
This b the materiaf from wwH ^
Balrfng Powder Is made* It is iip&y times moifcCR-
pensive dan. materials used in many baking powders.
M saaAwwm ^a waswia l^>%aaeww^^M aajmnMa^a aaia
out it txuuocs a more citiatyw Miang powaer ana
heahhfulness to the food.
MCI 9AKINO rowocn 00,
Lanham Nwoh read a paper oa
Composition^ the letter.
The openinfrpoper of the after-
noon aeasion wns\read by Prof.
F. G. Jones on th^ subject of
U. S. History, the (H< wth and
development of States, was treat-
ed by Mm, W. A. Bo rum.
Prof. H. G. Reed made aXin-„
structive addrens upon Phj
Heat, aad Prof. J. T. SI
discussed Geometry and Construc-
tion; after which the Institute
srra declared adjorned by County
Superintendent Knrin who
Leer tea at MdUaaey Texas
Fsmoas for y the growth of
vigurous and saperior trees of
ell leeding vsrieties. These rich
black limestone soil* produce the
lergest specimens of forest trees
end yoaag trsee fmm their soils
are ,. found- more successful
Promtke Aeaataies ef Colorado.
Alma, Col., Feb. 4,1900.
Ma. F. C. Taoareoif, I
Kdit« r Deasociai, *
D«*er Thompwtn;—Ytnir* of re-
cent <late rr^fived and was s
plcaciiiig sur^ri>M\ Glad to know
you are en toying good health and
a n*aeonabk' aban* of proeperity.
Mer Well laui oa fat as a Col.
kUn e«mntv pig. Never had such
hesltn tn my life as 1 am cli-
ng way up here in the cloud*.
L~# Why it's almont a strang-
er UK u* tlii* winter. We had
98 incKW of anow fall in October
Imt h«vi\ not bad more than a
foot fall *fn<-«* that month al) told.
It's snowing ami blowing pretty
hard today rat I • dont think it
will amount to inuch. It's com-
ing from the PeoMc *lope and the
big *n ws don't\ome from that
- >?■ J'-
dirs«*tion. Our si
and will sooa.,
winter we hau
to the 9r*t of
Uum* a year ago atie s
level with the top of
here in the vnrd*. Duri
, , .atav inthe meantime I
in the art of transplanting 4hso U*. hardest and the IM U>st
asMaMft aaais^A.^a^kOB — -* * ■ — , JMMSA (SMI
iwnff iTvitn wMiff ifftito lrn «wnv wn r hmiw iftr
Thia Nafsery Is oae of the old-
est sad most exteaaive ia the
State. Maay thouwod order*
■Mi that hart- «** ntc
I want to *ee Texas ami the
Texas people awful had but don't
know when 1 shall be down that
are 8Uad each seorie, snd the wmr. However, when 1 do come
I'll Just drop ia for a chat.
Yours Truly ,
Will K. Gaaeoar.
Mr. Gregory formerly lived in
this county. He worked for the
railroad at Farmcrsville «ind Mc-
Kinitcy. Wes the operator al
the East Line depot here Jn^
busiaew is so satUfactor/ to the
tradiag public that it is increasing
Dow't Svmm—Thb Spring to
elip away until you ^plaot fruit
treee. Berry aod Grape vinee.
Evergreeos, Floe Rose* end
Blooming Shrubo with which to
college, in this
was largely at-
Colorado where he ia employed by
the Colorado and Southern Rail-
road Co. The Democrat carries
the new* to him from Collin coun-
ty each week.
The fay"To KM Iprnatt
hegia the New Century^, and wilh|befocs hu departure for Alma
which to make home more pre-
cious sod more sttractivc to the
children, anchoring them against
the dsngerouslf alluring wiods of
Wo have the plants wbieb will
grow and produce sn annual sup-
pty of delicious fruits, spark Uag
with bright tints of color, burst
with delicious sweets aad
adapted to most natural
al thirst aad hanger
and(\nesimulatiag tbe opblcat ead
moot beaovblent condition of
body, mind and ^stata*.
E. W. KntkrATMCK.
W. D. Davis, for many years a
most successful farmer in the
Rhess Mill vidnity but now an
honored resident of oar city, tn£
form* a DettxWrat reporter of a
Oaoeaaofhl experiment he once
tried in ridding a portion Of his
farm from>f>n at* that continually
grew up every mcurring spring
nod summer. It was of the Sim-
lest kind, and was suggested to
San Fraacisoo, Feb. 19«—The
remaiat of sixty-one eoldiors, wha
died in the Phi ippines, were 00a9
from here lest night to variooi
R. R. Ttaa Cat
a. * t. e.
Morth boaad. Caanoa ball .I tfll o.
Soelbbaaed Me I..
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. Dr. A. J. CALDWELL,
H. L Pearson. H
BYE. EAR, NOSt AND THROAT,
Offee over S. Weinman's
NORTH EAST COR.
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Thompson, F. C. The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 22, 1900, newspaper, February 22, 1900; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth252288/m1/1/: accessed September 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.