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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 November 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OA 7JTrTK. THURSDAY. NOV. r,, |9rtX J. A. ROGERS MEETS DEATH FATAL AtVIDEN'T To WKIX KNOWN CITIZEN WAS RUN OVER BV TRAIN Accident o<<iimil at Whitewright While He Was oil Way U MunIioki'i', Oklii. A chartered institution of the highest grade. Wo confer decrees uikiii our graduates unci give them a diploma that stands for something, and will he; a credit to them anywhere. We accept notes for tuition, and guarantee positions. Railroad fare paid from all points. Catalog free. We teach pcniuansliip In mail. Telegraphy taught hy an old operator. Address REV. N. R. STONE, McKiimey, Texas. 4 w Groceries To Talk About fill every shelf, nook and corner of our busy store Every Rood tiling that grows nv )s manufactured is here. Came from the most reliable source, too. We know each article will please beenusi- ii is in the beat of condition and of the best quality. We sell oroceries at mttle pricks be< nunc we sell large quantities. DITTO & WALKER The East Sidd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 November 1908

WHEN THE KIDNEYS STOP WORK The point where the kidneys cease to do their duty properly i* the beginning of Bright'* Disease or nomc other life-destroying ailment. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is the Remedy Needed. This greut kidney tonic brings to bear an influ- ence that quickly controls the disease, strengthens the weakened kidneys and by stimulating the blad- der and liowels to greater activity, drives out ol the body the impurities which brought on the disorder. Oat the Genuine with the Figure "3" •« Ked on f ront Label. Sold by Druggists. Price $ 1.00 per bottle. HMITH BROS. HPK(1AI. WiKVTS. Capt. Tuck Hill sold his fine pair of mules, which took first premium at the Dallas Fair, for $750. He on- ly asked $1100 for thnin here, but when lit* went to Dallas and they car- ried off all the premiums and blue ribbons, Capt. Tuck raised his figures and sold them easily. They were beauties; but Capt. Tuck Hill never handles any other kind. P. Q. Russell was here from Clear Lake, calling on us, ...

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

THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. NOV. I 0S. BIG BARGAINS I FOR NOVEMBER AT KNIGHT'S CASH STORE. Our store is crowded daily with eu^ercustomers who,save money on their purchases by picking up t he many special bargains we otter and by taking ad vantage of our low cash prices. \Vc oiler for November someof the greatest bargains of the season. Come and see. Best Calico 5c Best Standard Calico, not the cheap kind—6c grade, our price 5c WashGoodsSpecial 10C0 yards Pretty Ginghams, worth 12 1-2c yard, selling at yard 10c tty Bo e, on s; 10c tty Col 15c 600 yards pretty Bordered Flannel- ette 12 1-2c value, on sale per yard 800 yards pretty Cotton Suitings on sale per yard I ri p 300 yards pretty Sateens on sale per yard 15c Silks and Wool^s DRESS GOODS 200 yards White, Red and Blue Wash Silk, 4Cc value on sale at per yard Table Linens 104) yards 35c bleached table damasl the yard <, on sale J 5c Bed Sheets 45c 10 dozen nice bed sheets 72x90 on sale while they last each only 45c B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 November 1908

>AY. ing h American Cut Blast Nappies I .no to :*. Bod Bon I .OO to 4.UO Bow In 4.541 to 15.00 Cuff Boxen 4.50 to ltt.OO Celeries .. 4Jio to «.5« Jugs ti.OO to 10.00 Vases .a.OO to 5.00 Hand Painted China Plates a.<M to 5.00 Cream and Sugars 4.50 Bowls ;*.75 to ltt.OO Jugs 10.00 to 17.50 Ice Tea l'lutes. each MB*" Bread and Butter Plates. each 1.25 Bon Bon il.OO Call and See the New Line S. H. Abbott & Son LKAIIINU JKWKLKR8. | It* Sheriff G. M Good one, bo mistake Czar Joaey Cannon goes back to Congress. with an increased majori- ty. Jo«ey. old boy, you are a peach. Judge J. M. Pearson will serve ua us district judge for four more years. He la a perfectly good one. and work, and put "all four feet down" and get up and run, though? He 'sho did It will be Csar Roosevelt In 1912; then Teddy Jr., then Kermlt, then "Nicky," then perhaps Nicky Jr. Commissioner W. M Burgess won In a walk, and will serve us for two more years. Perfectly good one. Justice T. T. Webb will serve us U...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 November 1908

THB WFWVI.T DEMOCRAT-QAZETTK, THURSDAY, NOV 5, 190K. WUKOM.' fcV I r / ). • / NEW ARRIVALS IN I ALL DEPARTMENTS 2* WOOL DRESS GOODS 54 inch broad cloth, in black, brown, blue, green 54 inch all wool Panama in all the new shades 38.inch melrose cloth, black, brown, navy- blue 15 pieces suiting assorted patterns 15 pieces mercerized poplin, in pink, blue, lavender, cream .... 25 pieces English suiting, in plaids, and stripes, special .... 12 1.00 75C 50C 25C 25C 1-2C STAPLE DEPT. Our stock of Domestics, Outings, Flannels, Ginghams, Percales, Calico and Table Linen is complete and our prices are correct. Blankets, Comforts and Bed Spreads, 40c "to •••••• • 14.00 SILK DEPT. 15 different patterns in messaline—we offer ..... 19 inch Trico messaline in all the new shades 36 inch satin, in black, brown, blue green, tan 28 inch Japonica silk in shades, special 36 inch black taffeta 36 inch chiffon taffeta 28 inch China silks in all shades 43 75C 1.00 1.00 1-2C 83C 1.00 50C NOTION DEPT. We ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 November 1908

■ ■ AT < onilixxii r HOMH. the IWurn* Hut No Hlultwnl. Lincoln Nov. 4.—During Tuesday evening the friends of Mr. Bryan** family front the surrounding country dropped In and, after being received by Mm. Bryan, showed their interest in the election by remaining to bear the returns. Mrs. Leavltt. Mr Bryan 'a oldest daughter. would not concede thut her father h >1 lost tils fight mid remained up until a late hour, hoping thai more favorable news would be forthcoming With the sunny parlor of the Bryan borne turned Into a temporary tele- graph and newspaper office, Mr. Bry- an watched the earlier returns with manifest Interest. Ho was, however, pehhaps the moat unconcerned among those who had assembled to learn the peoples verdict, ell divided his time between the purior and bis library, where be got special reports from state chairmen and national commit- teemen. and frequently came upstairs and read aloud the reports he had re- ceived. The returns from New York, partic- ularly fro...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 November 1908

ran weekly dbmocrat-qasmt tk. Thursday, nov. r. i ok. tv ,s Points That Interest You WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 50^0 VVK provide an absolutely safe place to deposit your money. WE are not an experiment but a grown, really existing reality. WE have practiced sound, consistent conservative banking for thirty- eight years. WE are prospermia as well as pro- gressive and MERIT WINS. WE give yen the best of service as the result of long experience. WE are Interested In the develop- ment of this county and make a specialty of takitig care of farm- ers' accounts. J. L. LOVKJOY, Pres. FRED KMHliSON, V Pres. frances ii. welch, V-Pri'8 l£; howell k. smith, Cashier. ^ J. «. I-■IT/IiriHI, Asst. Cashier. H f •> •;< ■> •:< •;> <• •> ♦ «s> •!« •!• •> •> > •> The Fool and His Money are Soon Parted Saltli the Wise Man. He might have phrased it, "Man and llis Money," instead. For nothing is so easy to get rid of as one's funds, and nothing so difficult to save at home. M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 November 1908

i%pwli 'WW A BEAUTY I X M ., Efesr- V f> \ ! . . V i ^ Nke Top Bug- OtiMylrjCi, ** 1 gy, with Harness, Y Worth $80. We J arc going to sell for gpS?5rv'/j ■: V' Vr I $59.98 Y Y Y f t I t „ Don t over look this spccial, the best offer «£♦ ever made in MeKinney. T =======^ =--===^r^=== y X MeKinney & Massie % | MeKinney, Texas. 8-20 «•• above 7-15 for wood only . . 8-15 for wood only . . 8-17 for wood only . 8-19 for wood only . . w i"m u M 'wrwy •"ryw- ■-VT "-.ira*. Cook Stoves Our line of coul and wood Cook Sloven can't he Iwat. Fire hackH guaranteed for 15 years for wood, 5 years for coal. 8-1S surprise coal and wood Cook, full nickled, on base, drop front with largo balled ash pan, coal pouch, large square oven . .. .. . .$17.50 *20.00 $7.00 $8.50 9is.no 915.00 R. W. DAVENPORT Harness and Saddles All Wool Ho rue Collars a S|m - cialty. New Buggies Traded for Old Ones. W. R. HILL, MeKinney, Texas A BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND RING GOLD WATCH AND A VALUABLE ORGAN GIVEN AWAY BY CERTAIN B...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 November 1908

TRW WiWI.T nHMOTRAT-OASBn T . THURSDAY, NOV t, l 0* . -COLLIN LED f r+WOODMEN HOST miCH'I'KUS FROM THIS ««OI NTV WON IIONOltS. ON TWO SPECIAL TRAINS Only County In tike Stall* Smiling Two Special Train and Two Itjuuis t«> rair. th I « Collin off all lIk Tuesday— lln coutiM train • nrrv- bund oiilv ounty "Chopi honors ut the I t Woodmen being: In attend any other county in the si IL.i 0 from this county w«i ttinie 1000 being In the Inarch. Two special Woodi %are run front the county McKinnt'v over the Centi ing the Woodmen from and th" A Ho|?a Mclls a other from Furmersvilk the Far n« rsvllle Woodiiu Kurm«r:>vlUtD Woodmen C Collin county was il which furnished two and two Woodmen hands. Chief Johnny M: Klnn 'v and Mart-ilml Sam Harris of Fnrmeravllh' acted as grand and ai-vlstant grand marshals of the day for Collin county, and car- ried o!T the honors, as they always do HuverMgn W. A. Frasser, on lie- half of the ' i1 ' "i of the World, presented Tou1 W. Perkins, chair* man of...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 November 1908

IUSANDS Ssly - >E.MONHTItATION IlKFOItE OTHER'S RESIDENCE. IAKES TALK TO CALLERS f&r Hurocsdful ( 'andidate Hviin'wws Appreciation of I)l)( Vitlc (iivt'ii Him. Cincinnati, Nov. 4.—Surrounded l>.v a party of friends and relatives W H. Taft received ejection returns n( the residence of C. P. Tuft, his brother lira. Tafi was also prevent. From > o'clock on bulletins were received in Increasing numbers and the enthu.*! asm of the party increased in propor- tion. Ous J. Karger read the bulletins, nnd the applause becnnie more hilarious as the rowttte hue of the returns deepened. Meanwhile Judge Taft circulated out In the operntiiig room nnd amot g the guests exhibiting the finest spe.-lnvn of that smile which the campairn h.ic made famous. The first news Jud^j Taft received was over the long dis- tance telephone from his friend, Judge Fisher at Jamestown, N. Y.. and wa* to the effect thai Jamestown had ;;lven Taft 2,5)0<* majority. "What iuis phased me more than anything ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 November 1908

w l)£ ttteefelg TWKNTY-FIFTH YLAIt, NO. 41. ji McKlNNKY, COLLIN COt'NTY. TEXAS, TIH'ltSllAY, NOV. 12, IIMlM. ONK IM ILL A It PF.lt VKAlt. It It COMES NEAR TO DEATH Carnlce McNallus hiul u narrow escape from whut seemed Imminent death at Prosper Saturday after- noon and the miracle of the Inci- dent was that the boy—he Ik only 12 years of age- escaped with a few minor bruises. iViung McNiillus was in the engine room of the waterworks at Prosper, and getting too close to the main Bhaft, his clothing in some way caught on the shaft and he was whirled around the shaft at a rapid rate. When he was Anally extricat- ed from his perilous position his clothing, with the exception of his shoes, had been lltehtlly torn from his body. He was examined by a physician who wis hurriedly called, urn! the physician announced that with the exception of a few minor bruises, the boy was unhurt, he having sustained no fractured bones or Internal Injur- ies. WESTON. A. T. Robertson was over from Cellna Su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 November 1908

BIG BARGAINS FOR NOVEMBER AT KNIGHT'S CASH STORE. Our store is crowded daily witheager*customei*s who save money on their purchases by picking up the many special bargains we offer and by taking advantage of our low cash prices. We offer for November some of the greatest bargains of the season. Come and see. Best Calico 5c Best Standard Calico, not the cheap kind—6c grade, our price 5c WashGoodsSpecial 1000 yards Pretty Ginghams, 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 ant! Woolens DRESS GOODS 200 yards White, Red and Blue Wash Silk, 40c value on sale at per yard Table Linens 100 yards 33c bleached table damask, on sale the yard 25c Blanket Specials 20 dozen nice grey blankets on sale the pair 45c 700 pair nice $1.25 blankets on sale the # pair 95c Bed Sheets 45c 10 dozen nice bed sheets 72x90 on «ale wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 November 1908

hm i* If THI WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THPRSPA Y. NOV 18. 190* V1NKY CJKOVK NO. S. ke farmers of this community (maklug good line of the pretty bar in iitbirini (Mr cotton. Jr. George Doduon went to Far- irtlle Saturday on business, ks. Lll'.le Abbott i f Southinnyd, Jpon coanty. wu visiting at the ■e or her father, K. D. Tompkins, V week. ■ r. Rainwater and family and -I. fekelton were in McKluney Satur- Mr. Dudley of Ladonia was in our pmuiiity Saturday. iverat from here uttended the lias Fair last Saturday lin Cave and John Stluson were McKinney Monday ohn Ray and family were vlslt- at Altoga last Friday and Satur- I. D. Hipp and sons, .lease and iwford, were among the visitors at Dallas Ftilr Friday fohn Ray and family were visiting Altoga Friday and Saturday. J. P. Pat ton and family were In BniMjr Saturday. Mr Bahb and wife were visiting m Branch Saturday and Sunday. ■School will begin here next Mon- ■y, Nov. ! , with Prof. Simpson as ■teller. We believe the trustees Bide a wis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 November 1908

™ 'T v' "<Sm 1 PI | ' | |. , ' ': \.t; THB WWUltLY DEMOCRAT-OAZBT PR. THI'ftSDAY. NOV 1?. 1908. "'OTiHMHIMf' ■ •/ j i :S. ffi-1'y& WE>i}.' :K ■ BBafe-v- jji^vyy kP$I ! Sale Starts at 9 a, m. November 14 Extra Special 15 pieces China and Jap Silks, most any shade, good 50c value at van! Extra Special 25 bolts good wide silk ribbon, in all the wanted shades, 15 and 20c values at yard 9c Extra Special 25c merchrized shawls as long as they last—think of it—choice each 15c New Tailored Wraps ON SALE A department that we feel proud of this season. This makes our fourth new ship- ment this season. We have them on sale at a great saving to you. Head our low prices. 1 lot ladies fine Melton cloth long coats, selling at other stores at $9.95, in greys, red, blue and black, marked to go quick during this sale at each $7.50 Hig lot ladies' tine coats, good long ones, worth up to #(>.50, all marked down for quick selling, this sale at Another Big Merchandise Movement occurs in McKin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 November 1908

—> ar THR WEEKLY DEMOCRAT QAZBTTF. THURSDAY. NOV. 12. I9ft«. 1 ^Saturday, November 14, lasting until November 28, It is strict- [uoted at a saving from 15 to 25 per cent and many lines of the $5,000 worth new goods opened in the past week. Will ;ar. Read the powerful cut prices, then come. Offvdl The Fair Store :s and Woolen Goods NEW 1908 FURS ON SALE Blended furs, the best quality only, and at a price that most any one can buy during this great sale. Big lot nice furs, too many kind to try to mention, selling at other stores at -52, on sale at each pods and silk sod ion. No in at tor whether von want j %j |e you all 1 lie way from lf> to -2-> per cent in tliis <lo- 42 inch Empress Cloths |o,(,)ualit\ pretty Empress Cloths selling at other Stores from SI.00 to $1.25. Jretty shades blue, green and brown, On sale at yard 75c l All-Wool Broad Cloth. ^pA^Cloth in mOHt any slnwle. 5+ iiwlies wide, fiooil $1.25 values. All new put- |terns. A bargain for you during this sale a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 November 1908

THE WF K1Y nKMOCRAT-CIAZETTE. THURSDAY, NOV. 15. 1908 eel Bad To Day? tmi >0< ui( (h cfi How*s your stomach? Sour—weak—nervous—shaky? Bad taste? Last night's dinner didn't agree? Well, just step over to the drug store and get a bottle of Kodol For Indigestion and Dyspepsia f 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 yon eat. Keeps the Stomach Sweet FOR SALIS HY SMITH IlliOS. Miss Grace Rice, teacher of Vlney Jrovo N'o J, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents. Mr and Mr«. John K Wilson in thin city, jj Miss (Jruce culled to heave an order I with The Dally Courier-f lazette and • Weekl) Dcmocrat-Cia/.etin jol> office for some school report cards MIbb Grace graduated from the 190S class, M< Kinney High School, with the highest honors and is a young lady of very superior talent, and is meeting with success in her first school You will ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 November 1908

mm* ' , < TH1 WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZKTTK. THURSDAY. NOV 12. l 0*. DO YOU GET UP WITH A UME BACK? Kidney Trouble Makes vou Miserable. Almost everyliody who reads the news- papers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp* Koot, the great Liu ney, liver and blad- der remedy. It is the great med- ical triumph of the nineteenth century; discovered aft er years of scientific research D ' |J ■I by Dr. Kilmer, the ■ eminent kidney and blmdder specialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame buck, uric acid, catarrh of the bladder and Bright's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec- ommended for everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will l e found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work and in private practice, and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement lias been made by which all readers of this paper, who have n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 November 1908

the weekly dbmocrat-gazbt te thursday, nov 12, 1!>0« ■W M THANKSGIVING AND HOLIDAYS A * t x Y Y ? ? Y t < f Y Y >• ♦*♦ Y Y t s t M'KINNEY AND COLLIN COUNTY'S LARGEST STORE Is prepared for the heaviest Thanksgiving and Holiday Trade in the history of its business. By every days freight and express the new fall creations have been arriving and at last the mammoth stock is about complete—running over with the 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 satis- factory, and we are looking forward this fall for a far-greater business than ever, because we arc 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 Mc- Kinney and Collin county, we have filled our large double-building with best Ladies' Dress Goods. Notions. Milliner...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 November 1908

f? pps f 'V1 f fj;. THURSDAY, NOV It. l Og. T M|P, m ■ Points That Interest You WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN safe WE provide an absolutely place to deposit your money. WE are not an experiment but a grown, really existing reality. WE have practiced sound, conslstont conservative banking for thirty- eight years. WE nre prosperous as well as pro- gressive and MERIT WINS, WE give you the best of service us the result of long experience. WE are Interested In the develop- ment of this county and make a specialty of taking care of farm- ers' accounts. J. I,. LOVK.JOY, Pres. FREI) KMEKSON, V-Pres. FRANCES II. WELCH, V-Pres s HOWELL E. SMITH, vTm ('as ner. f;.y J. G. FITZIIUGII, Asst. Cashier It 5p§ H. The Fool and His Money are Soon Parted Salth the Wise Man He might have phrased U, "Man and His Money," Instead. For nothing In ho easy to get rid of as one's funds, and nothing so difficult to save at home. Moral--LET US SAVE FOR YOU % We have a thorough 1}' modern, perfectly conservative Savings D...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 November 1908

I ! i ' J -! ■■■■■■■■■■■(■■■■■■■■■■■■I '38SF " *■ ' ■* TH W1IKLT DBMOCRAT-OAZBTTE. THURSDAY. NOV 12, 1 0 . yr * \ ' , *■, Don't Worry If you are sink, don't worry, but begin at once j to make yourself well. To do this, we but repeat I the words of thousands of other sufferers from womanly ill?, when we say: It WiU Help You JV For 50 years, this wonderful female remedy, has been benefiting sick women. Mrs. Jennie Merrick, of Cambridge City. Ind., says: "I suffered greatly with female trouble, and the doctors did no good. They wanted to operate, but T took Oardui, and it made me feel like a new woman. I am still using this wonderful medicine, with increasing relief." AT ALL DRUG STORES SATURDAY. Mrs A -I Commons left voster- rtay afternoon fur Floyd to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs. B W Rcneau. O. J. Stroup of route I. Blue Ridge. dropped In today to renew for The Delias News at clubbing rale with The Weekly Democrat-Gaze! te. S. Weinman of MeKinney, \V. 11. Chandler of Piano and .Joh...

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