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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 February 1892

WILSON. Pioneer Abstractor, ffUkS. H. Cole, Surveyor and Notary faH>o« ^Offloe in Court House."t^|. THE DEMOC RAT. CNTKRIO AT TMC ^••TO^fWAt 8ECONO CLASS MAIL HATTKR. #1 Will Pay 1111: DEMOCRAT Prom now to Jan* 1« 1803. VOL. 8. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1892. NO. 44 GAIiZA'S MOVEMENTS. IION, JAMES G.BLAINEITIIE NEWS IN BRIER ^ar department troubled at i will Pay You to ■aaBHrec&sr&j: barkley & harris Will offer this week special prices on the following POPULAR GOODS: 40 pieces double width Cotton Worsted worth 10 2-3, to close at 10c. fjjO pieces Brown Cotton Flannel worth 2 1-2, to close at 8 l-3c. 40 piects Wool Flannel, 33 l-3c. less than value. 10 dozen ladies'Wool Hose worth 40, to close at 25c. Hens' Merino Undershirts worth 75, to close at 50c. Bed Comforts worth $1, to close at 60c CLOTHING. We are selling all Goods in this department at a discount of 25 per cent. Boots and Shoes. Merit.' K.ip Hunts worth $2.fiO, to rlose ut $1 7.r>. Menu' Kip...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 February 1892

THE DEMOCRAT. I H'« It« llfrion* w Oft , !•. ' i i II ! 11 1 i! I 1 Wm i ;f| % "L; -' •4 i lie *K EDITED AND rUBLlsJJlt.1* By F, C- Thompson, "And, what s more, let us tmv* liat ivliRion forth* world wt live In. Right her*! (Ap- ■ pause) L t ih have that re ■ii-mirniir Katm: KfU* >l cannot be said One Year. #*.W i hat they (hat do the most Bight Months l.u« 'work Iimvm the least to eat. at* Mouth*. ™ l m im have that religion here Three 40 Our Atlv«rtl l ®r One column 1 year Halfcolumn 1 y«ur so.no l-liich slngl? column 18.00 Local nitlwa. 7 <*nl« | «r line f<n e8f>y, luM-rtlon. Obltuarlwt of more than 10 lines will 1>« charged for at our oaual ratea. All contract* will be charged for In proportion to the abo*e. Address. 1>kmocka i I'i n. Co ., McKlnney. Texts. THURSDAY. FKB. 11. 1W«- a- ——— Unl'url the banner ofthoi k'i'- Tyrants cannot always ▼ive. bill until hundreds and thousands of women are not compelled to mak* a living with the needle that Iiuh been called ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 February 1892

per ct. difference. ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER Strongest, Purest, Most Economical. Certain baking powdci makers arc publishing falsified extracts from the Government reports, with pretended analyses and certificates, wherein an attempt is made to^pompare their baking powders with the "Royal," or making bogus tests from house to house, their obvious purpose being to counteract the recent exposures of the inferiority of their own goods arising from their impurity, low strength, and lack of keeping qualities as shown by the Government chemists and others. As to whether any <>f these baking powders are equal to the "Royal, ' the official tests clearly deter- mine. When samples of various baking powders were purchased from the grocers, and analyzed by the United States Government Chemists and the Chemists of State and City Hoards of Health, the reports revealed the fact that the "Royal" contained from 28 per cent, to 60 per cent, more leavening strength than any other cream of tartar baki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 February 1892

vw if ii in ii % IK i ?• i Prt i j f- 1 " Worki of t'outfreaa. nkvv hoi'jc, feb. 8, 1892. Editor Democrat. We thought that w« would change the «ubject a little iliis week. we expect that f<mi" one will Jump onto us with hoi '• ■it «*i\ toiej>«-ul tlif ux oil tbfirdr- t ulai ion, ili- said thin in 1885 in tli* ^nate. Wonder, "ain't "he a d i iu r-c r a t. ClIUN'KlM 'km. r.\-i'oiilfilerttte Veterniia. Tbe executive oommittoo of tbc feet and a cotton bat on before Culiin County OK-Coiifederntc Vet- we unit this hu-ines-. but we «rui. Awwmtion mot on Saturday, w « . ,, 0 Jmiuuiy :i0, nt 11 o clock a. m., in h-ive no time to win - on tln>s«' ^ 0( K A MeLMrry j„ Ul0 kind of aiiiiiialn, atid if they do, t.our( house. There were preaent just let th 'iti around oil the during the meeting W. N. HuhIi west Hide of I lie artesian well . x-rticm chuin.tun W S. toffee, , i . ; ii11iiiii IVniee, . A. Moyom, w. ■bed and look at ih-ir }>i< tun- ]{ (.ul.penlor) w. A. llar|iole,8. 11. a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 February 1892

jTgT WILSON Abstractor Not arj Surveyor ami la f«urt House. THE ;0L- 8. CNTCRCD AT YHI NIT OCRAT • SCCONDCLAS* MAIL MATTBR. $1 Will THE DEMOCRAT From now to Jul l« 1803. M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1892. NO. 41 f«.i k AGAINST GOV. HOGG. eleven men hold a conference at fort worth IWill Pay You to Rood This. 20 40 10 BAKKLEY & HARRIS Will offer this week special prices on the following POPULAR &0ODS: 40 pieces double width Cotton Worsted worth 16 2- 3, to close at 10c. pieces Brown Cotton Flannel worth 2 1-2, to close at 8 l-3c. pieces Wool Flannel, 38 l-3c. less than value. dozen ladies' Wool Hose worth 40, to close at 25c. Mens1 Merino Undershirts worth 76, to close at 50c. Bed Comforts worth $1, to close at 80c CLOTHING. We are selling all Goods in this department at a discount of 26 per cent. Boots and Shoes. Moris' Kip worth i?2.f>0, tn rlcse at $1 TP. Me«<s' Kip Boots worth fri.uy, Io close at |2.2f>. Mens'K<|> Boots wf rth to dkw* at f2.f>0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 February 1892

m Wi K, •Ml. •M it I f i £&' f ' i ■> I | Mi 'i f 4 A ~ ss v j : ■«& % I § ft !•'• ! *& • tin . $$■ I« S&s? K II Mil 4CC* THE DEMOCRAT. 1>1TKJl AMP PUBLISHED By F.C< Thompson. Amcwmox Katksi Oue $l.rtO eigtit l.utj 81* Month*, three " 4< A<lvortiHli>MT column 1 year $1.vj.00 column 1 ye r SW>0(J It single column 12.00 Local notices, « oeuU per line foi Insertion. Obituaries of mow 10 lines will be charged for at our aaual rate*. All contricto will be charged for In proportion to the above. _ Address. Dkmoct.ai l'un. Co., McKlnnev, Texes. THURSDAY. FEB. 18, 18i):>. Is It democralic ? Are all men liars Justice and nothing more. Cau a drunk man "vote straight ?" L Stick to tbe nominee, provid- ing he is a gentlemm. Wo respect fully submit tbe country of "overproduc'Ira" following preamble and resold- botb should be blessed with tious lor your consideration. plenty aud satisfaction, and Whereas, the ruliug of tbe cursed be tbe system that chairman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 February 1892

Royal Baking Powder Has no Equal. The United States Official Report Of the Government Baking Powder tests recently made, under authority of Congress, by the Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., furnishes the highest authoritative infor- mation as to which powder is the best. The Official Report shows the ROYAL superior to all others in leavening power; a cream of tartar powder of highest quality. The Canadian Tests: * "The strength of the Royal is shown to be 23 per cent, greater than any other. "As a result of my investigations I find the Royal Baking Powder far superior to the others. It is pure, contains none but whole- some ingredients, and is of greatest strength, ^ F. X. VALADE, " Public Analyst, Ontario, "Xtomtnfon of Canada.'* Unit on and Trxas Uatral Hallway Time Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrives n. in. •• ' 3 '• l :33a. m- u 1. • 2 South " 2 •> 4 11 •• «• 14 8:88 p. u . li:02 a. m. 4:45 p. to. CUUItCII DIRECTORY. ci u 11r.1t 1.and i'hkshytkhun. Services every ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 February 1892

- I it S«w«|Mipcr Uiflf. 1. Ever.** past must* r qnlml to give no ' (n.. does not moe* of the 1* flo*" v mS « :■ 4 IWf |fl ,Si «,ci li of Honorable John Jolir.* sum lit tlit* Nctiutci Feb. Is'. I HH-I. m nwitb' :iibot ml t l «&Mh tU.i when „ not take l i pup*1' the cfflco, « d «i tw !lit! 11 a" for its a<>t I wing ui«n out, ah ' a neglect to do bo makes the postmaster wpon«ihle : > 'I--' publisher l^r the pigment thereof. 2. Auy persou who taken t.;e paper from il <J poslolllce, whether it i* directed to lii name oranotbcr, or whether he has subscribed for it or not, iw responsible for the payment thereof. 3. If a person orders his pa- per discontinued he must pay all arrearage, or the publisher may continu** to tend it until payment i* made, and rolled the whole amount whetner it be taken out of the oilh e or not There can be no legal discon- tinuance until payment is made. 4. If a person ordeia his p;1.' per to be stopped at a certain time and the publisher con tin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 February 1892

X. B* WILSON. PtooMr Abstractor, g> H. Cole, Surveyor and Notary ptbiie. f0K>mor In Court llouse-frf. THE MOC RAT KENTUCKY HOU40R. W. E. A H. II. HEWXTT, Profi't. |.\re prepared to (tva lirat elssa |WOW [modatloii, and respectfully solicit the liutronsge of the public. 1 Tfciir- mtimi at 1 > HCMIOUII mail mattkr. 1MB. Il'cr dmI ... ■Hoard And Lodging per day | .T p,, WMfc VOL. 8. Wheals I per mooth • city give us a as*. 'A M'KINNEY, TEXAS, T] AY. FEBRUARY 25, 1892. NO. 46 DEATH AT THE STAKE. We are taking stock and 101 all Odds and Ends will be sold re- gardless of COST. COY, THE NECRO RAPIST, MEET8 death at texaakana. [Pay us a visit and you will no doubt find some article you need, AT LESS MON- EY than you ever bought it for before. |Tbe recent decline in the Dry Goods market, find our Mr Rarkley in New York baying for CASH the latest SPUING NOVELTIES to be liad We will actu- ' ally SAVE YOU 90to3H 1 n per cent on your present wants and promise you the HAND- SOMES'/ SPRIN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 February 1892

ft i; V am i If t if #11 THE DEMOCRAT. ■Mi* m Judge George UlYSD AKI PUBLISHKl By F, C< Thompson, Sumciuitiox it at Ki*. One Year Bin lit Mouths Six Montlis, Three M • 1.W l .uo 75 4t> Our Atlvoi'tlwlnir One oolnmu 1 year .fl30.00 Half column 1 year 1-Inch ilngle column 12.00 . Local net tees, 7 cents l>cr line ft-i insertion. Obituaries of more 110 lines will be charged for tit our i ratei. ▲11 eontricta will be charged for In proportion to tlte above. . Address. Dkuochat Pib. Co., McKlnnev. Texes. THURSDAY. FEB. 25,1892. • Avoid wrong action. Some men sit around ana live on the liopea of an office. Don'l snub a political oppo- nent, it makes you resemble a male. Clark has bhi * upon the hanks o* the classic lirazos, and listened I o the tune- ful bwish of its tuurkey waters uutil. in the esoteric depths of hia poetic soul, he hears the voice ( f his countrymen calling upon him to sacrifice himself upon the altar of patriotism and run for governor. But what are the wild wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 February 1892

The Physicians of the San Francisco Board of Health Certify ROYAL BAKING POWDER fire, Healthful, of Highest Strength and Character. [Fac-simile of their original Report.] Vi# the members of The Board of Health of thft Oity ana County of San Franeieoo* oord tally approve and reo amend the Foyal Baking Poider. It is abeolutely jure and healthful, oonpoe- ed of the beet ingrsdlsnts of the highest strength and charaoter. In our judgment, it is impossible to naka a purer or stronger Baking Ponder than the "Royal"* San Frsnoisoo, August 8th., 1880. | lintm and Trm (Antral Railway Time Table. |«*l North, No. IB Arrivea '<M a. m. ■ •• 8 " u:33 a. ■* •• " a " 8:38 j). m.1 South " a " (1:03 a. III. " "4 " 4:43 p. m. " 14 " 0:11 p. en. i f"! CHURCH DIRfflCTOBY. ■MB MM ctuiikui.ano naaaarrmtiAK. I ferric** e>verv Sabbath at 11 o'clock , |e.in.*J)d7:: p.ni. Her. J. 8. Www, | I tutor. Sabbath achool every Habba'b litMU*. in. anperlntend- I tat. mMillYTRRUK. Swrlfff *very Sabbath at 11 o'elo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 February 1892

b fl®« I; ' || i : it '■'TA '|| i § H | y THE RK\ . "11IOSIAK DIXON. A Talk on tbe BM lViulliitf I" tlte New Yortt LcglMuturo Aitiiori/liiK Ui«' Sale f Liquor on Sun- day-lie" llo Warm* 1'pon an Is- huc of Moment. ■Ttie Nkw Yo«k, F b. -1 Rev Thomas Dixon, Jr, pro- ceeded ibt) («rmoii this morning by reviewing the question ili- vol red in the bill now pending In the New York legislature proposed by the liquor dealers, which grants practically iree whisky every day und Sunday too. He said: It is a dark day in the history of the great temperance reform. Apparently the saloons is about to master the forces ot our ohristian civilization. Every- where the saloon is aggressive and triumphant. The reason for this ie not far to seek. '1 lie forces of temperance are sadly divided. The prohibitionist ■allenly maintains his position upon the rock of ultimate truth and demands annihilation or nothing. The high license man carries a razor in his boot for the prohibitionists. Our little church tem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 March 1892

T. WILSON, pioneer Abstnettr, Surveyor and Notary pobllo. ^Offloe In Court Ho u.-«l THE MOCRAT. tNTCttO AT TMC I I etcowaetAoa mail mattir. K1QNTUCKY W.K. Ali.U. UKWBTT, Are prepared to tflve that claee modatlou, und reaped fully aoUelt patronage of the^pubUc. Vr maal Hoard uiiti I.LHlginf ptr *JS* it When In lbo VOL. 8. We are taking stock and all Odds and Ends will be sold re- gardless of COST. M'KINNTKY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MA1U II 3, 18t)J no: 47 Pay us a visit and you will no doubt find some article you need, AT LESS MON- EY than you ever bought it for before. The recent decline in the Dry Goods market, flud our Mr. Raiklny in New 7ork buying fur CASH the latest SPRING NOVELISES to be Lad W« will actu- ally SAVE YOl/ 25 to 33 1 3 per cent on your present wants and promise you the HAND SOMEST SPRING STOCKto select from ever shown in this market Remember the name and place. Barkley & Harris, Dictators off Low PrioeSi Johnson Block, McKlnncy, Texas, "Where a child can buy as chea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 March 1892

! V ' t I THE DEMOCRAT. DITKD 1MDPUBI lSlliSD ly F.C- Thompson. 0dmchjih .N lUrxs: Ob* Tear. K ' •If lit Mouths Six Month*. •• P.rtO l.OO 7fi 40 Our Advortlslntf lint*'*. column 1 yenr $180.W) column 1 year s(,i(K' nob single column • • 12-'*' Local notices, < cents per line h Insertion. OblluurtcH of more 10 lines will be cliargcil for at our rates. ▲II contracts will be charged for In fioportton to the above. Dkmocka i Pub. Co , McKlnnev, Texce. Tic. w - w - T'" i m-s. «■ < 1I > i <1M 11 ! I ?X: If THURSDAY. MARCH Build smokehouses. 181-'*-• ever hit'l any standing iu the itinu ralio parly, ami uevei liaw been democrats. The gn-a'. bulk of respectable farm pi s leii that old political organ- ization, lite Farmers' alliance, when il became controlled by Maeune, Tracy und Sludge. Phe fanners have abandoned it n a rotten and corrupt polit- ical gang. There are not lifiy go"d democrats in Smith coun- ty that b.dong to it." 'i he \ alue ol l-cys. Ex Senator lrigalla walked ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 March 1892

We received a communication i A cream of tartaf baking powder—Highest of 'a8t **venlng from Vlney which | all in leavening strength — owlng t0 u# will have r , , rr o y. t0 be deferred until our next L a lest C . S. Gov t Food 7{cj.; ort. its up. Hull of llonor. © 3® Thft following named gentle- men came forward and snb- soribed for The Dkmockat this week: W. J. Young, J, W. Brazeal, | J. P. Wilds, W. A. MoBee, E. We are pleased to get a com- munication from Farmersville ibis week. We hope to hear!^. ~ from our .i.(er olty of Oollla 5.„^°™p'0"'V'. ' lofWD hereafter. Wood.", J A. ,Parte,. —"—* , The largest and most com- . Aron arrived from New pjeie gtock of men's and boy's York la.l V May, md Is now lh, 0, „ Aroo able to show the people a large 1 — stock of spring goods. Th« Teel Levi NuptluU. Brock inau, of Nevada, were *e-1 " | looted as two of the prettiest On Sunday c\e hsb. 21ft yonn^f ladies tobe competitors, I IH92, at 8 o'clock p. m. Mr. J- Of course our Farmersville T. Tee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 March 1892

m: : If ! : .<? Ill '.i w# J■; EMU* A Htatcnt .'lit « to tin* Mi'Kitmoy Clul ** Aclitn. McKinsky, T«\m Fob, 'JO. - I (To Tiik Nkws. i—In jour issua oftba?ih inaiaiit is nn ariide from your rt*puri«'" :it tais place which BiUreprfsents. 1 wotiM have xiven it a notice r>>oii' r, but for the want of lim*. It i- generally oonc* il *(l that the News wants ull sorts i ! ict and wauls them fu! ly slated, and that is vsli.-it i:« rcaOUr.- tit sire and wbut iliey au* t <itiI?••• * to. The reporter might sis \\>1! have given tbu resolution Uo re u t unsafe to predii't that he *vill 1 e elected without great trouble. The small and unfair moth oils resarted to to compass his defeat will not accomplish that • u I. The peopta of Texas ! mow him too well to be driven . , from him by the rnisrep- MHriit itious of his enemies Combinations will prove impo tent and unavailing. Nor will (!)•> culling of the extra session of t'i * legislature, in such haste, after ,i along ami unexplai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 March 1892

tjTwilson, Pioneer Abstractor, wl|b8. fl. Colo, Surf«yor ami Notary fBbllc. ^office In Court Houm.-^S THE DEMOC RAT KENTUCKY I W. K.JeU.ll.lIBWKTT [A r* prepared to iflvo lltat (uioilstlou, uinl respectfully fpatroimtfo §f the ^ubllo. | fe: as. |tc.| VOL. 8. CNTCNMATTMB WTOPreCM ttCOND OLAtS MAIL MATTCR — - —r U'"~— - i art! . I Lodging ptr day M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAltCII10, 1892. HOGG, CLARK 'erj 011 A- Political BohhImiu. The letter of Senator Sherman on the subject of bosslsm in lurod IfDU "Black Horse" We open the oampaign with the largest, best assorted and hand- somest stock ever shown in Mc- Kinney. Our Spring Stock is arriving on each train, and we are ibowing new goods every day. We cordially invite the atten- tion of the consumer to oar SPRING LINE of Wash Fabrics, comprising the Latest Novelties in Shade, Styles and Weave. We display in POPULAR PRICE GOODS the facsimile of tfcc choice patterns and effects of high novelties in FRENCH •id ENGLISH Styles. farms and sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 March 1892

it 1 I i i fL- w£ \ ■SRS2 ji A n | 'i 0 if Sfj £ I. ,$r «K | f k I M 8 i ! I f il il? L t' II: 4' At *.♦ (? it Ik THE DEMOCRAT. \Vb> .)u>Ik" it> *< I*«>i • l.ir. OITKD AND PUBLISHED By F. C* Thompson, tfDMOirTIOM IUTM OaeTear, ■If bt fltontba, 91.BO l.OO Hire* Our btig'.it ioloivd friend published e«e:y we'k in New York is particularly jugular because of I he genuine -\ u *ri cau humor which it giv«*cs ii its black a«.d white Fki-tches. Uu• a few years ago paper* like 7ft Judge published only a half dczcU of such sketches, but now the public in not satisfied uu AdvortlMluHT Hutoat. less it ha* nt 1* 'St twenty or urns)yetrTTTT. Ilfio.oo thirty in a single iss'l ' of the umn i year >*>.ou paper. Z'.UilJHTUUin h:;> c:s used alugle column 12 .Oli mr,ru people Id laun'i at the notices, 7 cenU jwr line foi . ' . . , Inatrtlon. Obltuarle* of uiort- pictures ilia. In- m l 10 llnea will be «liargwl for at our of the darkey race than any ■>■■1 rat—. other aitiul. l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 March 1892

tm Rojral Baking Powder is reported by the U. S. Government, after official tests, highest of all in leavening power. It is the best and most economical; a pure cream of tartar Baking Powder. «iai On trill lallwsjr ' Time Tablr. Xortli, No. 1« Arrive! 5:JUi a. m. ' "3 •' 0:33 a. m- >• ' 2 " B:B8 p. m. south " 'J " «:03a. m. .. 4 " 4:46 p.m. « " 14 '* 0:11 p. m. LOCAL NEWS. ga t LI iio Wall road. 13:10 p. m. - ,nr ~. - -i wwwa lolVKOH DIRECTORY. hmmrurd i'mhiimux, i evi'TT Snbhath at 11 o'clock Lj d7::Wp. ui. Rev. J. 8. Weaver, S bb tli tchocl every Sabbaih Ot. ui. aiiporlntond- rRMIIV I KHUN. every Sabbath at II o'clock ind 7:30 p. tn. babbath tehool tabbath at ICHO a. n. 1'rayer gwery Wedntaday night at 7:90. MrrnoDUT. ititm trtrj Sabbath at 11 o'clock ml 7:13 p. m.. Rev. J. A. 8Uf- Mitor. Sabbath school every ■ *t u:l.r' a. ra. ittnuent. Prayer meeting ev- fwrtofulay nlgbt at 7:30. ciib1stian. Leblnar every Sabbath morning at [a.t (17::i0 p. m. I'lder Prltchett, Sunday irhool e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 March 1892

'J sand Public ipeakers. tmi of Calarrh or tin- rhnrjnx. Eliyttnt D vines, Abls Politicians, Eminent Scholars and Profes- iliul Singers Made Voice- IMS dibun8ij, will b* s«nt free to any : iuliln.«?« hy TUo lVruna Drug Mutiufaciurinji Co. of Colum- . bu«, Obio. Tbia book should in every household, as it i ••on initio a great deal of reliable J information as to tbit cure nnd prevention of all catarrh ami idiwirtMl hiiWSFliOM VINICY. Nll'li 1IC.S3, Llterur.v NOICN. mill Other tllrtfU Trow a Urturc ltellwred b> Sr. h. B. Hartman at tin' Surgical Motel, Columbus, 0. tMhJ An ordinary sore throat, by •lit recurrence, is apt U> chronic, so that the throat continues to be sore nearly all the time. This form i throat is known in un d- erature as Follicular jitis. It is caused by excssiive use of the voice, by confinement in close rooms in bad' air by undne exposure to e3d, or by over indulgence in •making, bat more frequently by catarrh and diphtheria. The symptoms are frequent hawk- ...

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