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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 20 September 1906

m ♦ ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat* Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. 1 I b 1 i 1 ( > .1 nf I JV tgyn b i § }U3. I< 1 t \i r« I'llts i>er^" cla- of [fivo «| |ye&- Inij- land Ml- il liner by ?ton, tb< to of irtng I *ere f on lley; jn Ib | at ■f n< BMtiKiii. y Sept. 10.—Misses Addle and Lli- Ble Bridgeiarmer visited Mitmei* Ida and Kate Smith of Woodlawn last week. Mr. Keut Smith and wife from McKinney have moved back to our community. We welcome them. Misses Kosa Lowry and Cattle and Addlu Brldgefariuer were shopping in McKinney tuday. Messrs. Joe Bates, Gibson Pope and Sidney Williams of New Hope attended Sunday school at Wilson Chapel Sunday. Miss Wood Jones of Higglns spent Sunday with Miss Audio Brldgefar- mer. Mr. Decker of Bishop Spent Sun- day and Sunday night with Mrs. Milllgan. W. Q. Monroe is visiting relatives In Van Alstyne this week. Mrs. Henry Ulnsley of McKinney vtalted her parents Friday. Mr. Carler Bridgefa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 20 September 1906

f ® '2L Just opened in the past few days. New Woolen Suiting, New Cotton Suitings, New Shoes, in fact everything that's new, can be found at our store. Hundreds of new things have been added to our MM "Ml ■ mm ■■ m*, ■ The Fair Store TJhte Fair Stove Great Fall Opening Sale EVERYTHING SO® ,NICE,AND^CHEAP. ;< >J! I 5c Standard Calico 3 l-2c 1000 yards best dress calico, pretty patterns—not that cheap kind but the best at only per yard 3 1 "2(J 5c Outing 3 1-2 2000 yards good dark outing, a splendid value will be sold in this pale at 3 1 "2C Big Blanket Sale 100 pair soft down, good blankets, will be Hold at the Fair as long a. they last.... 42c Sc Domestic 3c 10(10 yards good Sea Islsnd domestic will be sold during the Fall*- Opening sale at 3C Sc Cotton Checks 3c 1000 yards good round thread cotton checks, large and small size check. All go in this sale at ... 4c 5c Crash Toweling 3 l-2c 500 yards good bleach crash toweling will be sold during this sale at 3 1 "2C 4—Reasons Wh...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 20 September 1906

A ircus McKINNEY TUESDAY Oct. 9 * WORLD'S GREATEST SHOWS SENATOR BAILEY MAKES REPLY hlblted a recklem disregard for the trutb, which renders him eveu leu fit for membership 011 the Democrat" Ic National Committee than any clrcumntaiu-eM which Mr. Bryan hus yet mentioned against him. "The Standard Oil Company has COTTAGE HILL. SB t 1 Sept. 10.—Quite a crowd of th* Cottage Hill lien attended the second cleansing meeting at Weston last Sunday evening. The stork left a One boy at the no more intereHt in or connection i home of Chua. Shaw, quite recently. \UD THE GORGEOUS if AffUnp/Al - MrClFLD°Ht^ ^ ^ w | m' the Most Magnificent AMUSEMENT FEATURE EVER DFyiSFO- 1200 Characters. Ballet of 300. Dancing Girl#— Chorus of 200. Biggest Stage and Most Elaborate Scenery Ever Used. BIGGEST MENAGERIE ON EARTH. 100 CAGES. 40 Elephants. FAMILY OF FULl> GROWN piHaAF,P£S i THE WORLD'S GREATEST ZOO. $ r B!G, NEW FEATURE, S5X-FOLD CIRCUS. C \ "" ■* « —■ • ■ ■ •~~.i gjK- >vs.vj 375 Areuic Artists. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 20 September 1906

' m NEW BUILDING IS OCCUPIED ADDITIONAL QCAKTKKM AT THK CENTRAL SCHOOL. r.i K Rain or shine, warm or cold, Our bargain tales we here unfold; It does'nt matter how, or when; We've always got good things for men. "Get on the Inside." P. LESS WHITE! Merchant Tailor and Qents Furnisher £ McKinney, Texas. ♦♦♦ NOW ROOM FOR ALL PUPiU Fifth Grade la Charge of Mlaa Allle Itudcen, IMaoed In New Building. APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCED BY PRESIDENT PERKINS OF THK PRESS ASSOCIATION. FORETHOUGHT In what you want to keep your wardrobe In good condition. An Ex- tra Vest always comes In handy. In men'# furnishings we always have the latest. AmoiiR things just open ed up a new lot of vests claims at- tention. See them wlille the lot and six s are unbroken, nnd get you on« or more. You'll need them HDNTER The Haberdasher Phone 545 m w.'.-ua : ■* - Boy Crippled fur Life. : $" * Willie, the 15-year-old stm of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Schimelpfenlg «4 Piju?o. while out hunting Saturday notue companions two miles of...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 20 September 1906

J, StC JWHW published and distributed today! It will ba sent In a plain, prepaid, to any sufferer of Varlco- Blood Poison, Seminal Emissions, Debility, Kpilepuy, Catarrh. Piles, Chronic Diseases of the Stomach, trate. SPECIAL NOTICE—Dr. Terrlll him on a remedy for Lout Manhood which never fallB to curs. He will for any cnse he lakes and fails to follow his instructions. Dr. Terrill's latest book No. IB has been written tor men who real- ly desire to possess norma! strength, health and happiness and it is of the greatest value to men in every walk of life who suffer with any of the Special or Pelvic Diseases peculiar to their sex and who are in need of expert medical attention. Dr. Ter- rlll has not published this book for profit, but to give ncccssary scientif- ic information to those who need it and it Is the best of Its klrd ever free to weak men. Sen 1 for it sealed envelope, postage cele, Stricture, Contagious Lost Manhood, Nervous Hydrocele or any of the Kidnehys, Bladder or Pr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 20 September 1906

M'?'" Imk< AMI |r a< wSTi XNPU)VIN(i PRINTERS 4JUMK SKSHION. QUITE PROFITABLE la Much Biwflt to All it—Prmtdeat Perkins Retains. ir Tom W. Perkins who hu ■ Houston attending a meet- the employing printers of "#UI<!h resulted in the organ of a State Association and >a as president, arrived tfcla morning. states that the meeting was a Stable one indeed, resulting xood to all present, and tfce Association can not fail to a great effect for good upon tmWn ju inting fraternity of Tex- Tke anext meeting win be held year in Waco. Coauerrtlng the new president of e \MMN-iation. the Houston Post lovable Thomas W. Perkins •F McKinney, publisher of the Mc- Kfnwy Courier-Gazette, proprietor aC a > h printing establishment. HU|W of the cfcty of McKinney, sec- retary of the Texas Majors' Assoei- atk> „ president of the Texas Press laiion, was elected yesterday it of the association formed t>.v *h« <;mpioying Job and commer- cfaJ prl liters of Texas. ■"Me is called "Tom" bv...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 20 September 1906

.1 / The Finest Nugget In Camp The last plug of "Star" is worth its weight in gold. Other chews can't take its place—-other kinds don't satisfy. " Star " is the chew that's in demand because for forty years STAR PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO has been highest quality, honest value—(full 16 oz. to the plug) and standard price. The rich, sweet, waxy, full- bodied leaf in " Star" makes a substantial and lasting chew. No other chew equals it. That's why "Star" is still, as always, the standard chew.' 150,000,000 roc. pieces sold annually. In All Stores REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR. A woman liken to huve her hus- band a good man, hut she 1B sorry it keeps them so poor. The way some women wear their eomp!<,?::;.ns they must think every- body else wears smoked glasses. When people say a thing doesn't hurt them they might make you be- lieve it if they didn't yell so loud. A girl hardly ever gets old enough to remember what happened when ' she was a little girl if it was more j thton twenty years back...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 20 September 1906

(^r./ i>r > KR.J '>••;';•>/-•' ' .• s>,;: N::,< :" * • jff m ■ ^ •• V'vv"'*'■'• ■' |jp| o. £|§ J* ,' Jjfl L "*&•'>">>:• ^ >#&$$$ II^IH • ■ * ' " > i* ,«j JHHI SIMM IK EITIRE SYSTEM If Mr. Chu, L Saner, Grand Scribe, Rncarapment I. O. O. K. of and Amiistant City Auditor. Wrilmmtram the City Hail, San Antonio, ''^PbsKk • ' *^s*>*rly two yearn ago I accepted a fndlionma secretary and treasurer with Qarnf the leading dry goods edtablUh- mrxt*at Oalveoton, Tex. **Ttm sudden change from a high and dtrj altitude to sea level proved too WKk for me and I became afflicted VUh catarrh and cold in the head, and ! debility to such an extent as to incapacitate uio fur attending datiw. tPW "1 was Induced to try Peruna, and taking several bottlea In small \ I am pleased to May that I was ■ restored to try normal condl• thave ever sin * recommended 'mam ot Peruna to my friends." ON THE STAND TESTIFIES IN CJItl'KT Hl'IT HH5 ALLK(iKI) HAIjAHY PART OF SENATOR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

k THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. | #l.o« PSR YKAIt. McKINKY, COIJilN (X)I'XTY, TEXAH, THR ItSDAY, SKPTKMRKIt ttT.IIMMI. YOLR'MK iiii. no. ;h. LETTER FROM C. S. BATTLE 'I rORMKH McKlN'NKY BOY WIIITKH Fill KM) HKItM. RESIDENT OF VANCOUVER I« Duteg Well Tbwv But Hm Not Forgotten His ORd McKinnoy Frlndi. I, E. W. Kirk put rick Is In receipt of I the following letter from Charlie Binttle who was reared In this city, <#fcere he wan engaged In business for several years, and who has many friends throughout McKlnney and Collin county: ***** f Vancouver, B. C., Sept. t!. lion. E. W. Klrkpatrlck, McKlnney, Tex- as. ear Sir and Friend. I hear from you Indirectly occasionally and >am pleased to note your prosperity. I do uot refer wholly to your finan- cial condition, hut grasp the whole situation. 11. reading an account of the re-union at McKlnney I noticed the manner In which you entertain- ed your guests and It made me feel real good to see that old hitter 'w^ing wiped out. I refer to the V J^l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

Catarrh ll • constitutional disease originating In i blood and requiring constitutional acting through and purifying the tor Ita radical and permanent cur*. Tba greatest oooaiitutlonal remedy la Hood's Sarsaparllla In usual liquid torm or in cbooolaied tablets knownaaSaraatabs. lOOdoaeatl. Maaal and other Ir.jat forms of catarrta are relieved by CatanrW*, which allay In- flammation and deodorise discharge. 50c. The Democrat-Gazette. Published Levery Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, Publishers and Proprietors. To Subscribers: —The date printed opposite year name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper indicates the time to which your sub- w is paid. All subscriptions expire on t of the month. Any subscriber net re- the psper regularly will please notify us. We to uot send reoelpts for messy paid on subscriptions, but oredlt same en slip attached Is paper, If oredlt la not shows on slip in ten 4aysfroa date of rss>lttaaoe, netlfy this offlos. Subscription Rates. Om ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

s cessfui heptjo 4 beet lbr< ion If It Comes From "Goodin" it's'fiood Indeed." A Person of Sense r is a person who best preserves those faculties with which nature haa endow* ed them. They may "hate to wear glasses"—r oet people do—but the per- son of intelligence tharkfully accepts this optimal aid when their eyes tell of its seed. When yours speak let us aet. Our service, treatment and prioes shal all be right. i f * 'X )(/ C.;,. ) IJEAfttACf * t ««• •/ • • IU« mmtf 4 t M^pisg | it* * IM|N rf •> TN C v*i ia s«ni ifcxii S ** • I Here 30 years D. GOODIN, McKinney, Texas. "Aluiays Yovr Money's Worth.'' 'The Jeweler" iver a at hi _ MRS. A. L. HATLER PASSES AWAY DIED AT HEIt HOME HERE THIN MOUSING. Iwife lcountr [•« viflil churc jlativei | s Mo on i h lorth CHARTERED. Wo confer doc; rees upon our (graduates, and glv« hem a diploma that wnl be honored by any institution in America. Te- legraphy taught. Notes accepted for tuition. Positions guaranteed. Cat alogue and a lesson In pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, publishers and Proprietor*. lto Batecrlbert: —The d*U prtnU*J oppoalto Ke on the "*"" "■"** "r nn th" ■tndlrctM rmr MUM OB the margin of the paper or on the * * 1 the time to wnlcn your ■ub- loo !• paid. All ut«crtptlona expire on thalnt of the month. Any •ubaortber no: r - [ the paper regularly will pleaae notify ua. W* 4o not twi receipt* for mow Pfld on •mtaorlptlona, hot cr< dll aame on allp aHached I) mm. II credit la not abowi on allp In ten tUntrou date of remittance, notify thla office Subscription Rale*. Om copy one par fl.OO Entered as necond-clasB mall matter. McKlnney, Texan, Sept. i87. McKlnney, Texas, is on the map. Political bomb shells seem to be lying all around. The church going habit is one to acquire. good The cotton fields of Collin couu- tyty are looking better every day. in the prize ring of life there should be no blows below the belt. Of all offensive mortals, the know- it-all man is one of the worst. Mr. Strickland, look...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

it FREE TOBACCO FOR ADVERTISING PURPOSES The manufacturer of BLACK BEAR CHEWING TOBACCO lias authorized all dealers in this seoticn lo give One Plug of BLAOK MAN tr— with each sale of Two Plug*. Two Plugs of NLA OK MAN frM with each tale of Four Plug*. Three Plugs of NLAOK MAN frM with each sale of Six Plugs. This extremely liberal offer is made at the expense of the manufac- turer, and is for advertising purposes only. This will give an opportunity Ao all who like dark, rick and lightly swetUned tobaccos, to lay fn a goou supply of tobacco of unsurpassed merit while this offer lasts. The object of this deal is not to nil BLACK BEAK tobacco at less than the regular price, but it is to convince all who like tobacco similar In grade, that BLACK BEAR is the best of its kind. This offer is made for a limited time—as the manufacturer could not afford to continue it indefinitely, and with the expectation that all who take advantage will like the tobacco so well 'hey will continue to use i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

± i. ie Democrat-Gazette. I FINANCES OF Published Levsry Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, CITY SCHOOLS Proprietors. fw Subscribers: —The dale printed opposite ■Mr sum ob Uw margin of ttao pwr or to the >rat>ocr Indicate* tbe time to Wbleh your anb- [ the paper regularly will ploaae notify ua. [ANNUAL STATEMENT OF TRKAK- Kit OP BOA HI). jwwKassrs (or •ama on allp RECEIPTS AND EXPENSE) U paper, tf credit la not •hownon 4ar frou data of remittance, notify •lip In thlti Ol ton ofllue. Subscription Rate*, copy one ;«r 91.00 ■ntered as second-class mall matter. McKlnney, Texas, Sept. 27, IOOO. W - ♦ * 4 HOW DO YOU LIKK I'M? ♦ ♦ * ♦ The Deinocrat-GaaetU Ih Itt «• ♦ pa««•* , all-home print thlN wwk ❖ ♦ and full to every chase with fort* ♦ + igii, state, county and l«*l new* ❖ ♦ We are doing our best; that's <• ♦ going some. The Democrat-<Ja- ❖ ♦ nette Ih the largest all-home ❖ ♦ print weekly newspaper in Tex- ❖ ♦ as, and McKlnney and t'ollli* ❖ ♦ county, we know, are ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

We Open the Fall Season With this GREAT FALL INTRODUCTORY SALE Showing new goods in all departments and offering many bargains that will duplicated again this season. Sale begins Monday morning Oct 1, and continues to Satur day,Oct 13. You will save enough on a small bill to pay you for coming many miles to this sale * I 9 6 It is an old Adage that KNIGHT Sells goods cheaper than any store in Collin county W Q KNIf*MT CASH* STORE W • &)• AllI\lfl I McKinney $30,000 - • KNIGHTS Calico 1000 yards calico 011 sale Introductory Sale Pi ice 3c yard Apron Checks Bran New Apron check ginghams the Stock Ladies Misses kind some stores oiler at and Children s L nion < 7c our special price Suits 4 1-2c yard Just Received Cotton Flannel Cotton flannel that scl's elsewhere at. 0 1-lc intro- ductory hale price. Knights 5c yard Browndomestic 2000 yds good brown do- mestic in to 25 yd pieces while it lasts this sale 3c yard Eureka Carpet Warp The b st hrani spool warp. Knight's intro- ductory...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

m : ■ The Democrat-Gazette. Publlabed LSevery Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, Pnbliohera and Proprteton. TO Subscriber*: —The date printed opposite your u&e on rati'd of the piper or od the wrapper indicate* the time to which your hu W(«yy*< luunaira vuv 7. ' * •oripaon U paid All arteoripMun* aapli* 011 tha firat of uio month. Any ubi>oriber act v*- •alrlDg Ute paper regnlaxly will pleaaa notify us Wa do not eend raoalpu for money paid on •Vbaoriptlona, bat crodit eame on allp a'tacbed t) paper, If credit la not abown on allp In ten iMrafrom date of renittanoa, netlfy thla offloe. Subscription Rate*. Om copy one year 91.00 Entered as second-class mail matter. McKlnney, Texan, Sept. 1ST, l oo. AH TO "DRAWING CARDS.* Bryan will likely visit several points in Texas this fall and It looks like this would be u good time to try to secure him for a speech In Mc- Klnney. The great Nebraskan has no more loyal and ardent supporters in America than right here in Col- lin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

V / \J B " >r ' Going West Join Us! We will defray your railroad expenses if you pur- chase. Half rates, whether you buy or not. We are constantly carrying crowds to Floyd and adjoin- ing counties. Improved Homes From $8 to $15 per acre Write us your wants or come to see us. We are right here at home. Deal with home people. Also a big list of Westminster and Collin County lauds for sale. Dont fail to see us if you want a home. ,4 .4 Westminster Realty Company E. G. KING, Manager, Westminster, Tex. fllnglliiK Brother*' Magnificent I'm- ratk- Out* of Novel mid (irniKli-ur. First Nnt 'l Bank McKinney, Texas. The Oldest Bank in Collin Co.—Founded 18'>9. Fair, courteous, conservative treatment to all; no pets to foster, and no enemies to injure; to serve our customers faithfully; to run a good s oig Bank where everybody is welcome atd everyone is safe; Honest, Straight Business all The Way Through. T. T. EMERSON. Pres FRANCIS H. WELCH, Vice Pres. HOWELL S. SMITH, Cashier FRED EMERS...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

$5,000.00 ♦ > Just opened in the past few days. New Woolen Suiting, New Cotton Suitings, New Shoes, in fact everything that's new, can be found at our store. Hundreds of new things have been added to our The Store Great Fall Opening Sale EVERYTHING SO ■ NICE AND CHEAP. The f CfclX* Store Don't fail to get your share of some of the many bargains. 5c Standard Calico 3 l-2c 5c Outing 3 1-2 1000 yards best dress calico, pretty patterns—not that cheap kind 1 >ut the best at only per yard 3 1 -2C 5c Crash Toweling 3 !-2c 2000 yards good daik outin<r, a splendid value will he sold in this (-ale at 3 1 "2C Big Blanket Sale 100 pair soft down, good blankets, will he sold at the Fair as long a. they lust 42e 5c Domestic 4c 1000 yds good FINK bleach domestic will be sold during the Fafl Opening sale at 4C' 500 yards goo 1 bleach crash toweling will be sold during this sale at 3 1 "2C 4—Reasons Why We Can Sell Cheaper™4 1st. Because we have about one-half less the expenre of any other ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. i L * > ■v I LAVON. Sept. 24.—Mm. Frank Allman and little Ron Harvey returned home from McKinney last Wednesday. Miss Aldle Duffey of Emory, Miss- es Ollle Leeper and Llllle Webb spent Sunday with Miss Lula Reese. Hinging whs largely attended last night, In spite of the little shower of yesterday afternoon. Auntie Williamson went to Neva- da one day last week. Mrs. E. Melton left yesterday for her home In Childress, after an fix- tended visit with her purents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Adams. Messrs. Ford Seale and.emfwypp Messrs. Ford Seale, John Brown and Richard Patterson made a fly- ing trip to Dallas last Sunday. A certain youn gman was wearing u long face at singing last night—on account of a burned out bridge be- tween her and Clear Lake. Cheer up Mr. , perhaus that bridge will be In by next Sunday. Mr. Lem Williams of this place and Miss Dollie Puckett of Nevada were unite...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 27 September 1906

' m tuu s wry bad effect on your sys- tem. It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus, taints your I Mood and causes constipation, with all Its fearful ills. Thedford's Black-Draught1 tea Hand tonic, liver regulator,and Hoed purifier. It gets rid of the poisons caused bf over-supply of bile, and quickly cures MHous headaches, d laziness, loss of appetite, nausea, Indiges- tion, constipation, malaria, chilis and fever. Jaundice, nervousness, Irritability, melancholia, and aA sickness due to disordered liver. It is not a cathartic, but a geatte, herbai, liver medicine, which eases without irritating. Price 25c at all Druggists. \ ilill StutiMirs. Mi l Its. "W. K. Myers and wife, McKinney, Klrl. Macon Porter an 1 wife, McKinney boy. Arthur Sniltli and wife Nevada, boy. N. Dodson and wife. Millwood, boy. llenry Thomas and wife, I toy Be, boy. Sam Vandeventer and wife, Val- tlasti, girl. Fi\;d Douglass and wife, Royse, UirJ. Robt Evans and wife, Farmers- vllle, girl. A. R. Mellray...

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