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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THI RSDAY. OPT. 22. 1908. (ten The Kidneys Are Weakened by Over-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to l>e considered that only urinary and bladder troubles were to be traced to the kidney), but now modern science proves that nearly all diseases have their beginning in the disorder ot these most important ot .vans. ■ / Wl !*>.„m*- The kidneys litter I/?. .^1 ~LTJii and purify l lie blood— that is their work. Therefore, when your kiduevsure weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is alierted und how every organ seems to tail to do its | duty. If vou are sick or " feel badly," l egln taking the great kidney remedy, l>r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. If you are sick you can make no litis take by first doctoring vour kidneys. The mild ami the extraordinary cllect of I)r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the gr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

*ir-"V V « -.1 , - BKi " '■>;' - '":;-: '^K -tv;: THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTR. THURSDAY. OCT. 23, l 08. I ■ ■ SS NEW GOODS and Greater Bargains New goods have been rolling in to our store the past few days till we are crowded for room. These goods were bought by Mr. Knight for cash-—the special discount secured by him making them considerably under the regular price. We feel that we are prepared to offer the buying public greater bargains than ever before. Visit our store, see the goods and compare our Best Calico 5c Beat 8tandard Calico, not the cheap kind—6c grade, our price 5c WashGoodsSpecial 1000 yards Pretty Gingham*, worth 12 1-2c yard, selling at yard 10c 600 yards pretty Bordered Flannel- ette 12 1-2c value, on Sale per yard 10c 800 yards pretty cotton Suitings on sale per yard 15c 300 yards pretty Sateens on sale per yard 15c Silks and Woolens DRESS GOODS 200 yards White. Rerl and Blue Wash Silk, 40c value on sale at per yard 25c 300 yards best $1.25 Taffeta Silk. Black...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

—--99-— THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZETTE. THI'RKDAY, OCT 22 190V a mh.i.aii iiom: bhokks. Little Son uf Mr. ami Mrs. Sum A| - ple Airiiliiilull) Hurt. While playing yesterday afternoon Johnnie*. (he six-year-old son uf Mr. and Mrs. Sam Apple who reside on North College street, accidentally fell from a porch at home and broke his collar bone. Surgical assistance wus at once summoued and the little fellow is getting along nicely today. We earnestly hope for his early re- covery. DEMOCRATIC KINDS. J. Ij. Franklin a Member of bcnui- cralic National Kitiitncc IVhii- mltUv. Con my Auditor J. I,. Franklin has received notification of his appoint- ment us a menftier of the Democratic National Finance Committee, and Is authorized to solicit subscriptions to the Democratic National campaign fund. Mr. Franklin asks iih to state that as the time is drawing near for the election and funds are needed to assist in the election of Hryau and Kern, all subscriptions given to him, or turned over to the Cou...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

■ <r Sffi: THB WBKKLT DBMOCRAT-G AZBTTK, THITRJDAY, OCT. 2*. 1J>08 a- I 7s Harness and Saddles ^ All Wool llorwe > H|kn ——1 cialty. \ J New Buggies Traded for Old ^ ^ Ones. W. rThILL, McKinney, Texas A BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND RING GOLD WATCH AND A VALUABLE ORGAN GIVEN AWAY BY CERTAIN BUSINESS FIRMS OF McKlNNEY SPEAKING BY CHAMP CLARK CONTRASTS RECEPTIONS MIHKurill W AMMUKHKKM ttIG AV- HllVAN NOTES DIFFKHKNCK IlK-j IHKNt'K AT UWIMVILLK. TWKKN NKIIKAHKA TltlPH. FUSILLADE OF SARCASM REFERENCE TO BANNERS Despite Hoarseness, Winch Rendered Offers Five Dollars lo Republican S|H-ukiug Difficult, lh'llvrw<(l (VtinmltU'c if Previous Otien Telling mows. Are l'*ed This Year. Louisville, Oct. 16.—-(Before un audi- ence of L',&eo people, that packed the Masonic theater from pit to roof, C< n gressmau Champ Clark played tin* role of Democratic counter-attraction to Judge Taft, who also •spoke at this city. Mr, Clark was very hoarse, and made no attempt at a sustained argu- ment. His ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

* 1 THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZET TE. THIR8DAY. OC T 22. I 0S. WELCOME FALL McKlNNEY and Collin County's Large Store is prepared for the heaviest Fall Trade in the history of its business. By every day's freight and express the new fall creations have been arriving and at last the mainmouth stock is about complete —runing over with ail ihe newly approved wearables for men. women, boys and girls. Despite the recent panic, short crops, and trade reverses of all kinds, our business is entirely satisfactory, and we are looking forward this fall for a far-greater business than ever, because we are in a better condition to serve you than ever before; and if reliable merchandise, at honest prices, will win your trade, we will have it without a doubt. Believing that the best is none too good for McKinney and Collin, we have filled our large double-building with best Ladies' Dress Goods, Notions. /Millinery, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, /Wen and Boys' Clothing. Gents' Furnishins, Etc., from the lea...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 October 1908

I I THB WMKLT PBMOCRAT-OAZBTTE THURSDAtl OCT 19. ltOI. felBEaf K'W 1 Health in Fruit Juices. Scientists tell us that the Juices of ripe fruits are health- ful and easily digested. Tlie child can drink th«uj as safely as the adult. The syrup* servod at our fountain are made from the juices of fresh, thoroughly ripened fruits. Care, cleaulluess, sKMI and experience are used In their preparation. We think that better syrups thau ours cannot be produced. We are constantly at work solving the problem of how to serve better and more healthful drinks. If possible, thau we have ever served before. The perfect sanitary condition of our fountain and the driukii we serve are a constant study with us ^SH Smith Bros. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS McKinney • • • Texas. ♦♦ < ►<> I u ► < ►< ► on OO Od on OO OO OO OO <><► OO on < ►< < >i> < ► < > i K oo OO o< Wall Paper lij ■■■noMHani ♦ ♦ too large, hence we will have Clearance Cola • • • •l/UlV* • • • (ii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 October 1908

* ®I)C tocekln TWENTY-FIFTH YEA 11, NO. M. McKLNNEY, COLLIN CO I NTY, TEXAS, TIII'ltSRA\, OCT. *J9, IIMM4. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. BRYAN URGES FULL VOTE >f RITES EARNEST liKlTEIt TO SOUTHERN DEMOCRATS. advantages set Dnoorratic l/oudcr (Iciirly Shown Why Every Member of Party SIlDUltl (■<> to IN.lis. Ill h II Si I.I }'t I1" 1st ll irr jd lid It, l'« Ub II ii *d I lee lot U le, in Id by the iiy r* | lay lil) Hon |{. C. Merrltt. chairman of tho Collin County Democratic Exec- utive Committee, Hon. J. L. Frank- lin. Tom W. Perkins and other l)om- ocratH of this city and • minty, liave received the following letter from Hon. W. J. Dryan: Lincoln, Neb.. Oct. 20. -Mr. Tom W. Perkins, McKlnney, Texas. Dear Sir: The cotnnilttee has thought it wise to arrange dates for me In the flouhtlil i t: 1 r •'. and therefore I have lot had time to visit the states mown to he certainly Democratic, .wish you would explain the matter our Democrats there and assure rem that my absence is not due to •...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 October 1908

7W* i ffife I ' :/;■ ' " 1 i" ' ■' ' 'V ' " , ^ V2® iP^pp^iiffy k 'lit ■■•■" THE WWBKLT DBMOCRAT-G AZET TK. THURSDAY, OCT. 29. 1&0K. E $Mc' ■ Es; {n ■ ■0 ■ ■ Bail'- " . fl < ; • • "j Sale Starts October 24th Get Ready Thimbles 2 good tbimblea for 5c i 4 j i Talcum Closing Mennens Talcum at each November 7 I 15c See the Pow- , erful Cut Prices. Economy Sale Prices on Silk and Woolen Goods Black Silk. $1.25 quality nice yard wide black taf- feta silk, economy sale price yard 89c yard Black Mohair. 50c quality nice black brilliantine or mohair, yard wide, see it this ssile at 35c yard Batts Cotton Hatt*, 10c size at each 71c Trunks $1.75 trunks on sale at only $1.45 Towels lT>c kind huck towels on sale at 10c 4l-2c Dress Calico 3l-2c Kirsey Cloth. 65c Kirsey or Renelent cloth, full 54 inches wide, in black, gray and brown, economy sale price 48c yard China Silks 50c qualty fine China and .Tap silks, most any color, see them this sale at 39c yard White Quilts Nice, largo size,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 October 1908

; : ■ '' ' \ f . —i! ^iVa PRHTTY WRDD1NCI. Off lauly Weil Known Her« , IV*- ounm Ilrldc l Ikllcvue. A pretty home bedding took place iij bellevue, Tex; *, Wednesday after- noon at 2 o'clock when Mr. Kirk Tiampton uiiU Miss Mabol Clair Sim- mons wore limited in marriage at the borne of c * bride's parents, ■Mr. and mis. Q. W. Simmons. The bride was exquisitely gowned In bri- dal costume. which wan exchanged noon after tb-j certuony for a blue tailored goln: away suit with hat to match. They left Immediately for Dallas and will arrive tli 1h evtiring at the home of Mr. J. I). McKlum v, accompanied by MIbb Mat tie Lou McKinney. who has been visiting In hellcvue. . Miss Simmons wub pi;t'y reared lr Collin county. ik a niece «.f Mr«. Mcintosh of this city, hus vi i' j I her aunt here. The groom is a young man of excellent character, industri- ous and popular. He has been in the employ of the Lyons-Mat hews I.umber Co. of Bellevue for some JJime W« congratulate each upon the selection of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 October 1908

T m it-Gazette TmT RT THURSDAY. "Teddy" and Willism Randolph Hearst We prlut a short synopsis of ttao governor's speech and his pic- ture elsewhere Id this paper. Esi. If ■ ' ls> ''ai M ■ ■ Walter B. Wilson, aad Proprietors. Associate Editor. ■■ as second-clsss mall matter. To Subscribers—The date printed __lta your nsme on the margin 'the paper or on the wrapper Indt- the time to which your «ob- aerlptlon Is psld. All subscriptions •spire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the psper regularly will plesse notify us. We do not send receipts for monev paid on subscription, but credit aame on slip attached to paper; if credit Is not shown on slip In ten 4ays from date of remlttsnce, notify this office. Let us have less politics and clean- er politics. The American farmer should have hi* trade rights. Bacon is high; corn is cheap. Raise your own meat. Remember McKinney merchants If you have any money to upend. Cecil Lyon "fell down;" the dem- ocrats of Texas didn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 October 1908

THE WEWKTY DEMOCR AT-OAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCT 29. 1908. lin i |ri e- fed, in rk" fir I at it- he |IH' lat lid i nr. | an >ld Ind W ip- bok k u ?ed ig- md ►us. rou lak I the 'o |rf I real Professional Dept. ^ 4 ♦4 ++<>«C <.+4. 4. **<.4- T. H. Ilryaut, Dentist. Foote House. Phone 203, McKlnney. "1 OFFICIAL BALLOT >t. } ' Or. K. li. Ilurlou, Specialist. eye, ear, now* and throut, McKlnney, Texas. Foote House. McKinney Real KM ale Agency— Frank 0. Dowel). Mgr. Office with The Dally Courier-Gaxette and The W« ekly Democrat-Oaxette, opposite Masonic Temple, McKlnney, Texas. J. A. GARRISON, Fire iumI Torna- do Insurance; office cast Hide of, square, over J. D. Stiff I"). G. Co. Mrs. It. K, (liainliers -Fire Insur- ance agent, office Collin County lm- plement fi Vehicle Co. building, Mc- Klnney, Texas. Phone 122. Resi- dence 3 4 5. Arthur II. Stacy Fire and Torna- do Insurance; office east side square over old Hunter stand. Office phoue 4X2; residence phone t; 17. Arthur T. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 October 1908

HERE SIMPBON OF DALLAS Al>- VOTKKM. TO "EXCONFfDS" I'lirgnl u> Support trilli- on Republican TJtirt— BuNlnrax Candidate. Monday whs republican day hero. For the past sevral weeks, both by circular mul through the lo- cal proKB. It bus been announced that Col. John N. Simpson, repub- ?! lican candidate for governor; and Hon. W. H. Atwell. republican 110111- |IM for attornn) general, would ad- dress the voters hnd two o'clock was the time Hot. and at that hour some 230 citizens runt at the court house. Included In this number were probably 50 democrats. 23 la- dles, and n few colored people. The United States flag bad been run up on the dome of the temple of justice, and was waving to the breezes. Al- most lifeslxe pictures of C'ol. Simp- son and William Howard Taft were placarded on the inside of the court house. Many people cume to McKln- ney to P See a real live, llvliig republican in a prosperous city and county like ours. Muny were disap- pointed because of their scarcity. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 October 1908

mm THURSDAY, OOT. !l, 1801. Lay in a Stock of PRESERVES jellies, jams. etc., ho you will have ihem handy when you wuut them. We have just received the fin- est lot of such goods we ever handled. Canned and Preserved Peaches plutuit, pears, cherries, mid berries. Jellies of nil kinds Jams i that are famous for their flavor. Come see them and your f uioulh will water. Taste them and you'll long for more. j DITTO & WALKER * I The East Side Grocers. Phone 39 and 127. MeKINNEY, TEXAS. I letitfi of Mary K. (IrmrnUi. Culleoka. Texas, Oct. 20.—On the morning of Oct. Kith at 4 o'clock the deuth angel came and summon* ed to the realms of glory Mrs. Mary E. Clements, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dale. She was born In Knox county, Tenn., June 7, 1873, professed religion and Joined the Baptist church at the age of 12 years. Came to Texas with her parents in 18X7 and was married to W. H. Clements Sept. 18, 1892. She leaves a husband, three children, father, mother, four brothers and a h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 October 1908

mmm s m mm WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-0AZETTK, THURSDAY. OCT 29. l&OH mummumumttmiititiiiiiiisiimiii 1 SHOES' The man who in ready to buy his WINTER SHOK8 will find It well worth hlti while to oome here and examine the handsome new styles we are showing for fall and winter wear. Here are shapcB and leathers to meet the requirement of men i f all tastes, and for use on all occasions. Shoes For IIunIiii-nk or lln'ti Oerwlon*. SIkk'* for Men and Hoys. Price* ItoiiKc to I'lease All. Prices stand for nothing, however, until you see the shoes l.et us show you, J. A. WATERS | PHONE ."wa S3 THK SHOK MAN. McKinney, Texas. Z-'t *4*•****««*«**•«* ••****•«••** Two In One That Is exactly what our Davenports are. They are a roomy, comfortable sofa by day, and a fine easy bed at night. The change Is made by a turn of the wrlBt. MKK THK DAVENPORTS and figure how handy one would be If you had a guest stay over night. It would be a spare bod without taking up any room, and a handsome sofa us well. J. P. DOW...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 October 1908

THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. OCT 2 . 190*. by' rst >&* 'Feel Bad To Day? How's your stomach? 8our—weak—nervous—shaky? Bad taste? I^ast night's dinner didn't agree? Well, just step over to the drug store and get a bottle of Kodol For Indigestion and Dyspepsia Take a good, liberal dose, and you will be surprised how good it will make you feel. Kodol makes weak stomachs strong. Kodol is pleasant and palatable. Kodol digests all the food you eat. Keeps the Stomach Sweet FOR SALE BY SMITH MHOS. WIIX hKAVK OLD COLLIN. W. A. Straiigluui Is Preparing to Move to Houth Te\a*. W A ( Milk*> StruuRhan, tho old- est native-born citizen of Collin xounty. after a residence of f>7 years here, tells us that he will tnovo frotn our county betwoen now and the first of the year, going to Crystal City, Zavala county, Texas, where J he has purchased 58 town lots and VfiSO acres of line land. lie owns a Sluice home tn McKlnney, and several farms, which he will hold on to as a 'neat e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 October 1908

. V1.' . ering Ladies w urged to follow the example^ of thousands of heir sisters and take Cardui. Cardui is a non- j mineral, non-intoxiciitijjg medicine for women. It s for sick, weak ladies, with sick female organs. It Will Eel? You J 27 It is a genuine, curative medicine, that builds (Sup the female system and relieves female pain. [U Mrs. M. A. St. Clair, of Eskdale, W. Va., writes: "Before taking Cardui, 1 had given up all hope of getting well. I had suffered for 3 years with my Ileft side and was < oniined to my bed, so I took Cardui, land now Cardui lias about cured my female trouble." AT ALL DRUG STORES AMENDMENT IS ENDORSED The pending Constitutional Amendment. loiatitm to public free schools, if !(doi)!"fl In the November. 1908, election, will authorise the Legislature to enact a law giving force and effort to :he principle of local self-government in providing good public free schools lu both ur- ban and couutry districts. Surely no right-minded per: on will question ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 October 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, OCT. 29. 11 0x and Greater Bargains New goods have been rolling in to our store the past few days till we are c rowded for room. These goods were bought by Mr. Knight for cash---the special discount secured by him making them considerably under the regular pr;ce. We feel that we are prepared to otter the buying public greater bargains than ever before. Visit our store, see the goods and compare our prices. Best Calico 5c Best Standard Calico, not the cheap kind—tic grade, our price 5c WashGoodsSpecial 1000 vnrds Pretty Ginghams, worth 12 l-2c yard, selling at yard 10c 600 yards pretty Bordered Fiannel- cttc 12 1-2c value, on Sale per yard 10c f?00 vnrds pretty cotton Suitings on sale per yard 15c 300 yards pretty Sateens on sale per yard 15c DRESS GOODS 200 ytT*ds White. Red and Blue Wash Silk, 40c value on sale at per yard 25c 300 yard3 best 51.25 Taffeta Silk, Black and colors, on sale at per yard 95c 10 pes. woolen Suitings, always sell for ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 October 1908

( * i 'J" * , ,, ^$..v K T: 111' .!( ,i" P ' , . T ; . ,71ft ft < i ' ' THIS WKWWT.Y DBMOCPAT-OAZETTE. THURSDAY, OCT. 2 , 1 08 A BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND RING GOLD WATCH AND A VALUABLE ORGAN GIVEN AWAY BY CERTAIN BUSINESS FIRMS OF McKlNNEY A number of the enterprising bust in s« men of McKinney have Inter- ested themselves in giving away. Absolutely FREE, a beautiful Diamond RillR. a Gold Watch and a Valuable Organ.' The Organ 1b to be given to the organization receiving the greatest number of votes, and the Diamond Ring and Gold Watch to the two In- dividuals receiving the greatest number of votes; the one receiving the greatest number of voles secures the Diamond Ring, aud the one re- ceiving the next highest the Gold Watch. The plan is a novel one and at once commends Itself to the public, thore being no outlay on the part of anyone other than the people who are doing this to stimulate cash trade, aud, at the same timo bestow valuable gifts that will be permanent advertisements for t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 November 1908

HUNHflMN Qkthin Skmocrat- TWKN TY-FIFTH YKAIl. NO. 4«. McKINNKY, COLLIN COUNTY, TK *AH, TIH'KSDAY, NOV. 5, 1HOH. ONK DOLLAR PKB VKAIl. BRYAIN CARRIES NEBRASKA giTKKN OK IMIAIIIIKS LOYAL TO ORE AT HON. 4 BIG MAJORITY IN LINCOLN Overturns Normal Republican Major- ity of IHIMI and Wins lloiiit' City By <MH>. Lincoln. Nov. 4 At 1:30 o'clock Wodnealay mornin* Indications wore that Nebraska had gone Democratic by a plurality not far from 10,000 for Bryan aiul a plurality scarcely less foi Shelburgerefor governor. The result was a surpdlse and a disappointment to Republican managers which, while admitting the state was doubtful on the national ticket, confidently expect- ed the state ticket to be elected The tremendous gain for Bryan In the city I of Lincoln was the sensation of the I election. Not only did Mr. Bryan re- /verso a Republican plurality of 1 .*!«><• Wn his home city, but he carried it by plurality of something over 600. The vote In Omaha was also a surprise. Retur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 November 1908

V , ' HPPH dm ™ Sprains i*sn Sloan's Liniment is the best remedy for sprains and bruises. It quiets the pain at once, and can be applied to the tend crest part without hurting because it doesn't need to be rubbed — all you have to do is to lay it on lightly. It is a powerful preparation and penetrates instantly — relieves any inflammation and congestion, And reduces the swelling. _ Sloan's Liniment is an excellent antiseptic and germ killer — heals cuts, burns, wounds and contusions, and will draw the poison from sting of poisonous insects. Price, iiftc., .">(>e., ami 1 .DO. Dr. Earl S.Sloan, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. # SIuhii'm iHink on liortwrt, ciittlu, uml poultry Kent free. \ 114-ii<I<-<I Funeral. The following from a distance at- tended the funeral of J. A. Rogers here: Mr. and Mrs A. P. Rogers and Mi*s Viola Rogers of Frisco; Will Rogers, Mrs. Ada Sta- cy, Paschal and Royal Stacy of Dal- las; Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Rogers, Mrs. Sear lea and Miss Annie May Smith of Sulp...

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