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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

— I ■ j- ■ FORMER COLLIN ! b- BOY KILLED Jesse .V ildamson, who wan killed at railrosd turntable at Cleburne Tuesday, was reared three tujlea east or Piano and wan the bod of John Williamson. He lived at W. M. Foreman awhile last fall. The engine wan backing in on the turn- table when Jesse tried to step on Gie brake beam at the rear of the tender. He missed Ills footing and fell. The tender pusaed over IiIh body crushing his chest. His body was shipped to Abilene for inter- ment. For Lung Troubles Yt'LKTIDtS ON HAND. Displays of Seasonable Katahlcs by Grocery Merchants. Attractive displays of seasonable groceries, vegetables and fruits give local grocery and < onfo'ctionery stores an air of Yuletide. The trade in such goods Is comparatively heavy at present, with promises of Increas- ed business before the close of the holidays. Apples, oranges and other fruits are finding ready sale, the quality be- ing such that the prices asked do not appear to be prohibitive. Retail dealers ...

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

®ted 1 THE WEEKLY DBMQCRAT-O A Z KT TE, THURSDAY, DEC. 10. 1908. Milam Water Now famous as a flesh builder and tonic, in a concentrated Med- hlnal Water, uo( to drink, but to take. Not u patent medicine, but a scientific preparation of uuuriwiI merit. You cannot build flesh on any one except by putting the system in a perfectly healthy condlf id; that's tho secret of the whole business, und that In ex- act!:, what .Milam Water docs, it you are not satisfied with the con- dition of your health, Just j;t-t a bottle you will never regret it— take It according to directions and you will never be without it. Head below what some of those that have used It say: MIs-h Edna Overboil, l!>lrt Papln St.. St. Lou la, Mo., writes: "I had suffered for (wo yearn with rheumatism and St. Vitus Dance. I not so bad that 1 could not feed myself, from paralysis and could not walk without assistance. I was In a deplorable condi- tion, with my mind falling me. After everything else had been done for me...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

' CHR1STMASFRUITS ALL KINDS IN ABUNDANCE. A large quantity of Apples, Oranges, Nuts, etc. to select from at A. E. DAW'S, 2 Doors West of Postoffice. If you want the best we have it, and it wont cost you any more than the others charge you. Raisins, Cocoanuts, Figs, Dates, Candies, Sargerines, Grapes, Bananas, in fact everything—and it'is good and fresh. I have plentylof boxesjto pack your goods in. Come in and give me vour order. A. E. DAW, 2 Doors West of Postoffice WKDNKSDAY. Hunk Amis of Wylie is in the city today. J. A. Smith of Anna was in the city today. B. L. Shirley of Anna wan iu the city today. J. L. Perkins and W. S. Graham, two of the east Hides' most prominent citizens from Farmeravllle, are in thj city today. Rev. W. P. Cloyd returned last evening fro . Dalian where he went to attend a called session of the Dal- Presbytery of his church. L. J Hudson ealied in to see'us iday, pushing his figures up on the Dally Courier-Gazette. No finer man In the whole county than L. J...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

-< mW THE Ladies' Winter Shoes i! We offer a line of ladles' tthotw that Ih out equaled <P any other store in the city. You can have your choice of any of (he sub- ■tan .ul leathers—we have them all. The soles are thick—not too thick—and heavy <>aou£h for good ser- vice J. A. Waters THE SHOE MAX. McKimu-y, Texas. IS o# < M> Oil < M > no 4M> OO iii) HraoeJotn Plain Hlnga Set Rings Brooches Neck I low;* Stick Pins Cuff Buttons Hat Pins Fob, Chains Fancy Combs Silver Sets Ebony Sots Stag Sets Perfumes Pictures, Ktc Large Stock Xew Jewelry and Klyln and Wultlium Watches, Es|*eeially Selected for CHRISTMAS TRADE Cfcrnie to un for Dependable, Useful ami Appropriate Chrlwt- ihhh (iifts. Yours to Please, R. E. BRISTOL CITY DRUG STORE "In Business for Your Health.** Health in Fruit ] Juices. Scientists tell us that the Juices of ripe frutta are hen it b- ful and easily digested. The child can drink them aa safely ns the adult. The syrups served ut our fountain ars ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THHRSDAY. DEC. 10. 1S08. horses and ' mules burn News has reached hero of the de- struction of a large barn on the farm of Mf. John Wright. 3 1-2 miles west of Proa per, together with valuable an.. - i. . . 1 —— SCOTTY, Blacksmith McKinney, Texas makes a specialty of horseshoing as well um carriage, buggy and wagon repairing. Charges the most moderate. He respectfully solicits a share of your patronage in his line. farming Implements and a considera- ble quantity of feed. Eight bead of valuable mules and horses were burned In the burn, all attempts to rescue them proving futil«. For one r.pun of mules among the number contumed by the flames, $400 had re- cently been refused. The loss is about |3.C00. with no Insurance. It is believed that the Are was of In- cendiary origin and an Investigation is being made. M AUUIKD AT WKSTOV Mr. V. L. Hclpli and MIkn Mul>el Phil- lips A r«* Wtfldml. Mr. C. I.. Selph and Miss Mabel Phillips were married at Weston on ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 December 1908

r-OAZBTTB. THURSDAY, + DecemberSpecials Two $40 Hhi'II Serpentine Fronts, Solid Ouk SuilN, each only $25.00 Four SuilN In Noll<l Oak, Roll Foot, Hi ll «l\ilO, Beveled Plate Mir- ror, only $25.00 Four $21.OO Suits, Imitation Ouk. Itoll Fool littlfi, Bevel Mirror, only $17.50 HI* Riuige Piin*. Stoves at lliheaj-d of 10. 1 0S. Ol lt HOI SE IS FI LL OF FINF OI l> DltFSSFKS, ItOCKEKS AND IKON' BEDS. YOI'NG LADIES, SEE OCR CEHN DRESSERS. I'RITt- Sam Massie Furni- ture Company GABE LUCAS, Mgr., Me- Kinney, Texas. SIDELIGHTS ON DULUTH Dululh, Dec. 5.—There is a side- light on the growing importance of Duluth in tin- announcement thai the Canadian Northern Railway ha* ac- quired control of the Duluih, Rainy Lake, and Winnipeg Railway, for somewhere about six million dollars. The situation is Interesting for every American business interest thai is concerned in the traffic of the Great Lake; and especially so, seeing that the improvement or otherwise of shipments up and down Lake Superi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

I 3PI ' TWJSNTY-KIFTH YEAR, NO. I«. MeKINNEY, COI.LIN COUNTY, TEXAS, III! IISHH, DEC. 17. ONK DOLLAR I'll It YEAR. T TO ATTEND IN A BODY *At 11>* regular monthly meeting of tile McKlnney fire department at the tlty hall Mouduy, It win unani- mously voted to accept tli*> Imitation to attend the banquet to be given by the members tif the city council and other city officials, at which the ftreboyH will be guests of honor. The members of the lire department will attend in a body. In uniform. It has been decided to hold the ban- quet Tuesday night. December 29. <"OLLI \ COl'NTY POULTRY. A. M. Ilill Hears Kmni Pleased l*ur- chaser at Hillsboro. A. M. Hill, the well known and successful fine chicken fancier, whose single comb Rhode Inland Reds made such a flue showing at the big poultry show held at llills- boro as well hh the Btlll larger one here. Is in receipt of a commendato- ry letter from E3. T. Helton of Hills- boro. Mr Helton purchased for $30, a cockerel and four pullets...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

I ORS AND ENTRIES There were 662 entries in the Col- lin County Poultry Show held here Dec. 9. 10 and 11 Following Ik a full list of the exhibitors, together with the number of birds of each va- riety on exhibition: Barred Plymouth Rocks. 15 en tries; exhibitors: Clint Thompson, lfcKlnney; J. G. Williams. M("Kin- ney; W. H. Carter. Bowie; John W. Stewart. Sherman. White Plymouth Rooks. 70 entries, exhibitors: G. V. Bray, Van Alstyne; .1. A. Holla wma. Garza, Texas: I). L. Wood, Plsno; MIhs Nannie Greer. Anna; J M. Martin. Frisco; George McNeil, Prosper; J. A. Smith, Anna; Lunsford Bros., Minden, ha. Golden Wyandotte*. :'.t; entries, exhibitors: .las. W. Hill. McKluney; M. 8. Glerhart, Princeton; J. N. Men- denhall. Piano; H. A. Klstler, Mc- Kinney. White Wyandotte, so entries, ex- hibitors: Mrs. J L. Kerr, McKlnney; Mrs. J. K Drtiry, McKinney; W. L. McCord. McKlnney; M. C Hlnton, Van Alstyne; (I. M. Alsup, McKln- ney; Mrs. W. O. Hill, Frisco. Mrs. V B. Pet way, McKlnney; I'. (1. Rog...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

lew THB WKBKLY DBMOCRAT-0AZETTF THTHSDAV. OBC 17. 1 HOft. ; , v - *'<•* «*•••'• <* jvsf <- .1 '■ i. (Tv>- «• c o •O & JO 03 CO CQ •a u 03 > a> C O u o u c <u CL T3 S3 a> c O u o to c a. «♦-« o u 0) a ca CL a> c O ii a ii >. 3 CO c QJ u c O +- 03 J= £ What 4c Will Buy—1 Spool Clark's O. N. T. Thread or 1 Box Allen's 10c Talcum Powder See Old Santa In Our Window Saturday, Dee. 19th The Fair Ribbons ltibbons, a 11 shades, nice for Xmas gifts, val- ues up to 20c, on sale at yard V 9c Gloves Ladies nice fleece lined gloves, sell at S5c, nice for Xniiis, at pair only 25c Thousands of Gifts Can be found at this sale and the price will be so little you wont be disappointed. You will save enough on one present to help buy another. Ask your friends how nice and cheap things are at the great cash store. S. T. Hammond Shawls 35c kind shawls all colors, some thing nice for Xmas, at ea'.'h 25c Trumpets Large size silver finish trumpets, worth 15c, on sale in balc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

v.. - - ^«hbHSHE22 a THURSDAY, PBC. 17. 1 08. AND FIDDLERS By Joe Sapping) on. of the saddest things in hum- Is to mm- Home cherish- go up in blue smoke sr disappear over the far hills of disappointment. ce had an ambition as pun* an ven ttnow—an ambition that me to soar far above my fol- and look down on the sordid of life with the Harm- degree of >t that un old maid views a and Juliet love alTalr. This thed ambition of mine was to a fiddler and play "Cotton- Joe" and "Sallle tlooden" to a ••old finish ut $1.5o per night at country dunces. It was not altogether a money consideration that gave me a wild reckless desire to become a fiddler 1 was prompted to this rash desire, more than anything else, from the social standing it gave any kind of a fiddler that could tease "Black- Jack Grove" or the "Devil's Dream" from the dark depths of any old fid- dle that happened to be hanging around. It was my father's Influence, aid- ed by a sturdy old-fashioned family quirt with two massive ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THL'IMDAV. DEC 17, 1908 y> BIO BAMQUET A SUCCESS One of the most pleasant and largely attended function* of the season V.a* the banquet given Wed- nesday by A. O. U. \V. Lodge No. 40, ami Degree ol Honor Lodge No. 10, In joint unaembly In their hall in this city. It whs an occasion of much Interest to nil pn i nt. A tine program whh rendered. Mr. Dink Meador acting as master of ceremo- nies. W. A Halsell, (".rand Recorder of tJie State of Texas, and Graud Mas- ter K C. Mickey .of Dallas, were present and made interesting talks. Lc • West, pant Master Workman, and .lake Meade, representing the Princeton lodge, made talks, as did Senator Tom \V. Perkins of this city. Interesting talks were made by Mrs. Sarah Huggerty, I'ast Chief of Honor, and Mrs. It. C. Illckoy, both of Dallas; and Mrs. Ben Richardson, Mrs. Herbert Buck and Mrs. Dink Meador of the McKlnney Degree of Honor 1 otlge. Ladles representing 'he Prlncr ton lodge were Mrs. L. Burton and Mrs. ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

ABOUT OURT HOUSE s Deputy Sheriffs Tony McDonald Ambrose Kubank went to Anna lay a. m. and raided a place un- ir a search and seUure warrant, secured flfty-slx pints of whis- which they brought here and 'ored In the county jail. Jim Bush, a young man of the Lucas community, was arrested here by Deputy Sheriff Tony McDonald and placed iu jail on a serious charge. Mrnnil Jury Following Is a list of persons se- lected by the Jury commissioners to serve as grand jurors for the Janu- ary term 1900 of the district court: J. R. Jackson, Fnrmersvllle; J. M. Klrkoraoit, Blue Ridge: W. S. North- cutt, Frisco; W. P. Fags, l'lke; A. F. Beaver, McKlnney; 8. A. Cotner, MoKlnney; V. P. Clardy, McKlnney; Jerry Johnson, Prosper; \V. R. Hun- ter, Oellna; Bob Cotter. Copevllla; Frank I. Brooks, Wylle; Dun Dudley, Piano; J. N. Sanstrom, Anna; 12u- gene Worden, Farmeruvllle; John B. Wells, Climax; Ed Blukeman, Neva- da. CHHIHTMAS I'OKTUY If V oil Don't Del love Iii Santa Claus Ihm'l Hang Your Stocking U...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THI RSDA Y. DEC. 17. 1908 II. E. HOME TltOM CHICAGO. Klniili'lon Toiik l,eiwlti g Part in Two Miwllnipt. H. B. Singleton has returned from Chicago, where he attended the an- nual meeting of the American Po- lnnd-Chlnn H>. cord Ammi 'atlon, of whleh he was president for two terms. This tline he declined the nomination, but was retained as a director nnd member of the execu- tive committee of the association, fie was alno elo'-ved a member of the executive committee of the National Poland-China Hree.lem' Association In seslon at the i.ime time and place Willi'! absent M . Sim leton visltoU relatives i t In«iir nnpoK-'. !nd., where they had zero weather and a live- inch snow. J. M. Hooper, one of our be*t and truest friends of the Wylle-Parke; community, called In ami pushed nj his figures with us. also ordering the ?)tillas News, as clubbed with us fro. Hooper it one of Hod's nohle- rhen, und an ex-Confodemie who fol lowed the Btars and la >rs, belie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

K3H eL X .•.■/& au^ i'«<^ dbrietmas Huto J3ring 13ou the sense of knowing that all your money has been well spent for value received. It will so tar as jewelry may be concerned If you do your buying here. HOLIDAY PRICES FOR JEWELRY are conspicuous here by their absence. You will And our jew- elry priced on the same lo w scale as usual. Regular buyeru know that IIiIh always means a Having even in the dullest sea- son of the year, How much more, then, must it mean at this particular time. JL WEL EPS "" BOOKSELLERS-M"KINNEY. TEX The Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Walter B. Wilson, Mi tors, Publishers and Proprietors. Stunner Lansdale, Associate Editor. ■ntered as second-class mall matter. To Subscribers—The date printed apposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription Is paid. All subscriptions •spire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the puper regularly will please...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

THE WRRKl.Y DKMOCRAT-OAZETTF!. TW'RSDAY. DKC 17. 1*0*. DONNA. tie don 1* stopping with Mr. RoberiAfcndrix. lev. Pierce of Westminster filled appointment here Sunday eve- I. Irs. Jim Hendrix aud children of Mlene, ',p'\as, are bore visiting rel- Lockhart of Chamhersvllle Ih his sister, Mrs. Worth . hool Ih progressing nicely under skillful management of Miss uru Reed. Mrs. .1 J. Williams of Connate. . visited her sister. MrB. ArmbrisN receutly. /has. Nichols and family of Blue Ige v I si l ed Mrs. Nichols' parents ■e recently. [*rof. George West was with US' * week and gave the school a ?ndld talk. Vill Whitehead and family of ipr, Texas, have moved on the n,. Press farm. rirs. Worth Coffee has returned m ChamberBVllle where she vlslt- her bjjpther a few days. drs. Emke of Melissa has return- home after several days' visit to sinter, Mrs. Abernathy. ev. Bird, the new Methodist pas- has arrived and filled his up- tment the first Sunday. r. Griggs and family of Graybill e moved into ou...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

re Walter B. •ad Proprietor*, LanNdala, AhocI«i<* Editor. Btit«r«d an second-class mail matter. laiBi'jiu - ■ - ' "L' " To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name on the margiu of the pHn-.r or on the wrapper indi- cates tli" time to whlc^ your sub- scription is paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the puper regularly will please notify us. V\ e do not send receipts for money paid on subscription, but credit same on slip attached to paper; If credit is not sbown on slip In ten 4ays from dute of remittance, notify this office. ItKAL «'HltlHTM\K CH A It IT V We are all too busy to attend to our neighbor's real wants. Hays Ja- cob A. Klis in the December Circle MagKlnc, busy laying up treasure for ourselves, for our own families And then comes the pang al Christ- mas for the brother outside who is starving. Thank God for It. Whan can ho—the man who has more than he needs— lo? Well, since he hnu lout the way. too, let him send...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

. "if t :JB ' V'"'' ' ' . • , V THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, DEC. 17. 1 0H. "" *1 '1 a ■i % t" Two of a Kind All Right if they arc llie right kind. In tin* grocery clow conducted by iim- you Mill IIimI Hint everything 's llic light kind. Your Attention is Directed to ilie fuel, again, ilint wi* lire closing out our stock at real bargain* to k.c4 l from moving it. .Muni move from my present stand by •Inn. 1*1, when I biH'itinc ii iik'IiiIm'i- of tbr new urocrry llriu of EMERSON & GERRISH iii lb«- prcwot •nrnes A Gerrish Miami. I want to get rid of my goods at a bargain for cush ami you want tin-in al a bargain. He arc two of a kiml. Let's I rude, Come on. Who FeedaJEm^ M£ KINNEY, TEX CONGRESS IS AROUSED Washington, Dec. IS Having ar- rested l s first excited impulse and composed itself to the mood of ii■ nlty. the House Is going to resent the President's Imputation that Con- gress circumscribed the operations of Secret Service men because its members feared its activiti...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

spppP A , ,'m TUB ' i ■ '';' ., - CV ;■: : ' '\ THURSDAY, DKC. 17. 1908. *v*> iPiWIBMf m «r5B home of Dr. C. T. was A place of Joy last Sunday aftwr- frlendH und rel- llly were present to (age of Miss Win- to Mr. Clark M. Mul- The parlor was a beauty, made by the and ferns ho arranged irmony and beauty to At the proper time Miss played the wedding llle the bride-to-be proced- Mr. Jasper Week and Mine Maupin and oupported by Miss Muliican, sinter to the groom, and were met by Mr. Mulll- who entered from anothor room i pan led by Kid. R. C. Horn, took their vows and pronounc- theni husband and wife, after many congratulation* were Ived. The bride and groom left liately for Dalian, their future Mr. Muliican and Miss Lewis met atudenta of Texas Christian I'ni- lity some throe years ago and line friends, then lovers, result- in their engagement. Miss Lew- continued to attend T. C. U. until RM graduated iu the school of ora- tory and then taught two years, rhlie Mr. Muliican entered th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

THE WEBKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. DEC. 17, 1§08. Professional Dept. Bryant, Dentist. Foote Phone 203, McKiuney. Dr. E. L. Burton, Specialist, eye, e^r, nose and throat, McKiuney, 'fmxns. Foote House. McKinney llenl Folate Ageniy— Frank O Dowell, Mxr. Office with The Dttliy Courier-Gazette and The Weekly Democrat-Gazette, opposite Manonic Temple. McKtnney, Texas. J. A. GAKIUKON. Fire tun! Torn*. do Innumnee; oflice fast aide of, square, over J. D. Stiff I). G, Co. Mrs. It. B. Chandlers—Fire Insur- ance agent, office Collin County Im- plement & Vehicle Co. building, Mc- Klnney. Texas. Phono 122. Resi- dence 345. Arthur H. Stacy—Fire and Torna- do Insurance; office oast side square over old Hunter stand. Office phone 4 82; residence phone 64 7. At-tliui' T. Church & Co.—Fire, Tornado, Livestock and Accident in- surance Agents. Only best compa- nies represented. Morrow Block, McKinney, Texas. Q. K. Aberoatlty, Fire Insurance Agent; office West Virginia street east of Commer...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 December 1908

B 'mm THW KJi','. Better Not Get Dyspepsia If you can help it Kodol prevent# Dyspepsia, by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion* But don't trifle with Indigestion. A r- at many people who have trifle i with indigestion, have been nor-. for it—when nervous or chronic dyspepsia remitted, and tuey have not been able to cure it. I'm Kodol and prevent having D> Kverycne Is subject to Intllges- tlon. Stomach derangement follow a stomach abuse, Just as naturally and Just as Hiirely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon the taking of Kodol. When you experience Bonrnesrt of stomach, belching of bob and nauseating fluid, bloated sensation, gnawing pain in the pit of the stomich, heart burn (so-called), diarrhoea, headaches, dullness or chronic tired feeling—you need Ko- dol. And then the quicker you take Kodol—the better. Kat what you want, let Kodol digest It, Ordinary ]>ep8in "dyspepsia tab- lets." physics, etc., aro not likely to be of mcch benefit to you, in dlgot...

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