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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 January 1909

1'' s . 5 ■ THI WBBKLT DIM OCR AT-OJLBBTT K THURSDAY', JAN. 21. 1909. W-, mmm .. POOHH : ~ Gut Glass For Wedding Presents Wi- desire to rail attention to our selection* of cut kIuss and hand- painted china. These Kood^ cannot be duplicated by any hnus in the city, and our aalectlOHs comprise all that it> ilMtirnlile for w«l* diiiR present*, for water nets, etc, We have put prices oil theee goods a* low as possible and it you are coati'iuplnting giving a friend a set of out gluss. or piece of huudpalntcd chlim, it is tu your interest to call here. Scott & Newsomo Books, Stationery, Jewelry, Ktc., Magazines, Neu s papers and IV rlodicala. The Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED BVBRY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Walter 11. Wilaon, ■dlton, Publisher* and Proprietors. Sumner I>ansd le, Associate Kdltor. Entered as Beeond-class mall matter To Subscriber*—The date printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper indi- cates the time to which your sub- acription is pai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 January 1909

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-UAZKTTE, TIITRKDAY, JAN 21. 1909 151* Caldwell's Sanitarium ll_. A pIcu Hiit home for his patients, fully equipped with all modern ap- pliances for the treatment of Rheumutls, Nervousnww. Eczema. Ul- cers. Tumors. Stomach DI)«KH, Catarrh, Piles and Rupture* without ' \ knife, Contngeous Blood. Poison, Consumption, Bladder, Liver and Rectal Trouble. Varicocele. Hyroeele. Chronic Diseases of \Nouien. Treatment of Cancer a specialty. Caiierr Cured. It has 1oi k been accepted by the nubile generally, bused 411 teachings of the medical profession, that can- cer Is incurable, and that a person MRS. M C. MeMAHAN. route I. Al- len, Texas. No. 1, Cancer Removed. This cancer was :$ by :i 1-2 Inches and ap- peared like above cut when removed. a filleted with one of these eating sores has little to hope for In tlu> way of permanent relief. But In no department of human achievement has greater or more marvelous prog- ress been made than in the medical profession, and he wh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 January 1909

Duncan - McDowell DRY GOODS CO. The New Firm Successors to the J. D. STIFF DRY GOODS CO. Opens their doors for the Public to-day and announce the begin- ning of a new era in the DRY GOODS business of McKINNEY. ON JANUARY 28TH The new house will inaugurate it's first Clearing Sale in which the people of McKinny Collin and surrounding country may expect more goods for the money than they ever had before. This will practically be the beginning of the New Year and the purpose of the sale will be to clean up every item of winter goods at a sacrifice. It will be of the greatestsinterest to those'who are NID-WINTER BUYERS. We quote from one of THE MOST SUCCESSFUL MERCHANTS IN THE STATE WHOSE MOTTO: "THE PRICE IS THE THING." WE ADD QUALITY to THE PRICE WHICH WE GUARANTEE TO MEET EVERY DEMAND OF THE TRADE 0 Honesty in all things must be considered and in offering this stock of Merchandise we shall tell the whole truth and make you understand why we make the prices so low. We invite your clos...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 January 1909

top 'i Pflli MOREr 1 PINKHAM CURES Added to the Long List due to This Famous Remedy. Camden, X.J.~ "It is with pleasure tlint I add my testimonial to your already long list— hoping that it may induce other* to avail theuiselres of this valuable medi- cine, LyrtiaE. Pink- ham's Vegetabl a Compound, 1 suf- fered from t*-ri ll lo headaches, pain in my bark and right Hide, was tired and nervous, and so weak I could hardly stand. J.ydia K. Plnkham's Vegeta- ble, Compound re- stored me to health and made me feel like a new person, and it shall always have mv praise." —Mrs. W. 1'. Vali ntink, 002 Lincoln Avenue, Camden, N. .1. Gardiner, Me. — " I was a great suf- ferer from a female disease. The doe- tor said I would have to go to the hospital for an operation, hut Lydia K. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound eom- K'etely cured me in three months." — its. S. A. W11.1.1 A MS, U F. D. No. 14, Box :ifl. Gardiner Me. Because your case is a difficult one, doctors having done you no good, do not contin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 January 1909

!9HHi THl W KI.T DHHORftAT-OAZn TK, THURSDAY. JAN 21, l l> or lameness in Horses Much of the chronic tamencss in horses is due to neglect. See that y ur hof e is not allowed to go lame. Keep Sloan h Liniment on hand and apply at the first signs of stiffness. It's wonderful!) penetrating -goes right to the spot—relieves the soreness — limbers up the joints and makes the muscle* elastic and pliant. , Sloan's Linimeni will kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swol- len joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, srveeney, founder and thrush. Price, 50c. and r-i.oo. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, - - Boston, Mass. NIiihu'ii book oti hoi'4M, Cattl*. nhrrp ru>(i poultry unit fmo. I SBHH——- If I had my way i would build at least one warship less a year and with the five million dollars saved 1 would establish one thousand schools of agriculture.—James J. Hill. Kvery .Mot hel- ls or should be worried when the little one:- have a toutsh or cold, it may lead to croup or ple...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 January 1909

ligPlp pj5f¥ ... <c mmm Special Eight-Day Sale of FINE PHOTOGRAPHS An opportunity of a 111 *tInif to pet Hiii* photographs at a llgure ho low thkt all i'«ui .-afford (limit. Don't pui it off. This groat sale opens Saturday niornlnK ut 9 o'clock utail lants just eight day* During (his lime we will put on sale several of our newest and most np-to-duie stylo* at juat hiilf their ri'iimltir iirirc. Remember the Date, Saturday, Jan. 23rd. Come Rain or Shine. Our plai'< Is equipped with the mosjt modern eledrli ap >lla-.i< for finishing which makes us independent of weather Wverv picture Ik guaranteed to pleuae you. A deposit .if oue-hulf the amount of your purchase Is required at tli ' time the sittiiiK Ik made ot th* regular pi Ire of pictures will ho charged H. D. Mouzon Maker of Flue Pliotogiaph- I ; West Virginia Si McKinney, Tex I' \ V lit ltd. Kills have Mist- Mattle Billion ot Water Ridge visited Mit s Lena Kills Satur- day evening Miss Maud Jones who is teaching nt Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 January 1909

§111 Dcniocral-®a?cttc TWKNTY-PIFTH YEAR, NO. 59. McKINNKY, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY, JAN. 'JH, ItMio ONE DOLLAR PEH YEAR. ANTIS HAVE TWELVE VOTES Austin, Tex., Jan. 27.—It was ex- pected, and it came yesterday—a 41ns die resolution. It was offered bJ Representative Puller of Ban ja- county. If provided that the ilature should adjourn .sine die rch IS. That's the last day upon which the lawmakers will receive 96 day. Mr. Puller did not want |e resolution adopted right now, he moved to lay it upon the ta- ble subject to call. Evidently It was put In as a sort of reminder and tsaier. a "lest we forget" affair. But the House wasn't willing to have the resolution no placed that It might rise up and look them in the face at any time, so It postponed considera- tion of the measure until Peb. 15, which means that It thinks that will hfe soon enough to consider the mat- ter of setting a quitting time. Aa a matter of fact most of the „ Legislative work is yet in chrysalis htate—that is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 January 1909

, . * m , \... MM Mm Eft IN SENATE The Health Dept. Austin, Tes., Jan. 22.—While the debate on the submission question is still on in the Senate, with no Im- mediate prospect of a vote being taken upon the proposition, the House has postponed consideration of the measure until Feb. 4. This action upon the part of the Houm, it la frankly admitted by leading hub- miaalonlsts of prohlbitlonlstlc per- suasion, was taken for the reason that not all members of the submls- slon aide were willing to "block ull legislation" until thla Issue could be determined, and because they believ- ed the blockade policy would hurt rather than help the . cause. There- fore, the lid was taken off. Also, it waa apparent that the motion to pout pone was made in or- der to have a "try out." Had an anaiyala of the rull Vail showed that the submisaionlsts had enough votes to pass the resolution, they would have reconsidered the vote to post- pone and brought on the test on the main question at once. Indeed, Re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 January 1909

mm THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZETTE. THURSDAY. JAN. 38. 1909 I WAIT! WAIT! ■\*£t WAIT! WAIT! I i ? 1 T f f ? t f T T T t t f ? y i f t T ? t ? Y T t t T y t y t Y ? y T Y T t ? i ❖ t T T y t y T T Y T y t y f y T Y ? f Y t Y Y y y ? T T y t i I I J X ? f X T Y T t I Y t Y % THE Mammoth Deal ■r.. •sr-rr- ~anL"-^r" ~.~rr a Thursday, Jan. 28, at 9 O'clock the mighty, enormous stock of the J.lD. Stiff Dry Goods Co. the pride of Collin county bought by the Duncan- McDowell Dry Goods Co. for less than cost of raw material Thursday, Jan. 28,at 9 o'clock ? ? ? *? Y y ? Y T X ? T f ? t T T Y 1 s f t Spero, Michael & Son NEW YORK. This store is closed and has been for 10 days, but positive- ly will throw its doors open for business Jan. 28. $100,000 worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Furnishings, Shoes, etc., bought at a low price and positively will be sold re- gardless of cost or competition. The Stiff Dry Goods Co have always pursued the policy of carrying the highest grade of merchandise-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 January 1909

Nft TFACHERS Today Prof. O. W. Went. County Sapertatendeot of Public Schools, «u visited In hi* ofllce by • "com- nriuloner' of this paper who found that gentleman "postered" and *or - ly vexed over conditions prevailing In some school districts In the ooun ty. He says there are many vacan- cies in county schools, and no teach* ers available to All them. Death of Prof Stamp*. "* On last Saturday night Prof. T. H. Stamps died at Murphy. Prof. Stamps was principal of the Murphy school and his death leaves the prlnclpalshtp vacant, which place must be filled. Other Vacancies. Other vacancies In the county are: Prof. Carry, who has held the po- sition as principal of the Cham- bersvllle school has been forced to resign on account of 111 health which creates a vacancy there. Ill health has also forced Prof. Earl Wolford to resign the prlncl- palshlp of the New Hope school. Superintendent West is anxious to fill the vacancy. There are ueveral other vacancies in Colllu county schools, Mr. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 January 1909

TH WTOKLT PBMOCBAT-QAZTTK. THURSDAY, JAN. 190 D1KD IN 8T. LOI'IH. Jade of District (lark tinned W— it M«ttwu>r. District Clerk Jerome 9need is lu \iipt of a letter announcing the Mil of his uncle, T. N. Bneed to occurred iu St. Louis a few |da. ago. Deceased was about years of age, was the youngest broth- of Mr. Bneed'* father and was prominent brick manufacturer and fcontractor in St. Lout* Several weeks ago Mrs. T. N\ I Sneed and son, Tom Sueed Jr.. visit ad at the home of District Clerk 8need In thla city. They were then on their way to Bl Paso for a visit. T. N. Bneed was raised near Nash- ville, Tenn., but In the early 70s re- sided In Collin county, and many of the older settlers remember him. His remains will be burled in Nashville, his former home. IS ENDEQ FOREVER Why not start now—today, and fforever rid yourself of Stomach |trouble and Indigestion? A dieted tomach gets the blues and grumb Give It a good eat, then take Rape's Diapepsln to start the digest re juices work...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 January 1909

1 $ 4* If w I' I! : i v.i I V1 If: mm M Cm- Getting It Ready Moat of tbe trouble of painting cornea from the mixing of the paint*. If it's mixed right it will be a pleasure and a satisfaction We Sell the Lincoln Paint—That Suits Best It's mixed to stick to tbe surface aud will not crack or peel Oet a card. Scott & Newsome i P AIN'T AND WALL PAPER. McKlnuey, Texas. •*v!. the right (o know who their teach- ers are and what Influences they operate upon them. If the people knew the owners of the newspapers and the influences and motives that may prompt the editorials and writ- ings therein they would be better able to give proper value and weight to the articles published. Professional Dept. T. H Bryant, Dentist. Foote House. Phone 203, McKlnney. Dr. B. L. Burton, Specialist, eye, aar, noae and throat, IfcKlnney, Texas. Foote Houae. The Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. W. Perkins, Walter B. Wilson, ■dltors, Publishers and Proprietors. Lansdale, Associate Editor. Entered as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 January 1909

at' = THB WEBICLT DlMOCRAT-OAtBTTg. THURSDAY. JAN in. IMt. War is Declared! THE SHOT AND SHELL BEGAN FLY THURSDAY MORNING AT 9 O'CLOCK. When the $60,000 stock of Cheeves Bros, is thrown open to the public at prices that will astound the entire retail trade of Collin County. This whirlwind mercantile battle is going to be positively without question the biggest, best, startling sensation and astounding magnanimous battle ever devised by the hands of mortal man. There shall be no postponement in this opening. This sale is going to be entirely different from any 'other sale that has ever been attempted in your city, for it is in the hands of the Callahan Sale System who Studies the latest advertising methods that will please the entire buying public. This system is no new concern, so therefore we do not have to advertise their honesty in the daily papers of McKinney, and if we had to ad- vertise the honesty of Cheeves Bros, or any other corporation, the Callahan Sale System would not p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 January 1909

. . ,\ * •'•ft''1 ( ajljii isterWoman! LET ME HELP YOU Nu tctota*! uMMMJ-il to* of Ik* mtut utr*Mtftui cum «• II-M M fr y« H I* |M 4pm w IMwUf &•.•! iwrcly IomiI Inmital, |il tl ku la lu n«iit «• ol Mm mutt utr«urt>uirf m Iktnlm. I ■•« to l>l«e M In lh« fc r.l« ol n«rj «< ui hDiiiui wilk itf term at UWywm. Setehd M«<«, VImtMm. I nn.ime ■« >. D>wIh«mM or Filling .1 tM We«*. OMrlsn Of UUrtn. Tum f« «r SrMrtM. iHuiolUn ralixw K> This fifty-cent box of Balm of Figs riff i will not cost 70a one cent . f>m with to cuutiau*toitUrr it arlll « t *>u.nly .(M. I io i.o4 Mi > l v r« l< luUxr midi rt|u*l to t Willie- ! It to worn e0..lutety free. to |*rn*« |n yoq 114 pU«4ia qa.ll- Mw. .t.4 ikM If jrc- #HWO!vbhk* I Balm <>( Fift n<1 I u willicx lo prof* tnj failh br .njitif . ut IkM torn Im N>. mi iMd*r. ln**|M«l « of r« I*mI nxtiNM writ* Vi nit *1 MM I will m4 SIIm Imlwtl wllrtlr tree b ntara Mil. ml II ftu ao n. >ihmIMI| I hi n(k « • to mh m ■...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 January 1909

— V-' wa hava had Midi pretty All of ksr the put weak far mars caught up with thsir r. Hinman of McKlnney held ja at Vincy Grove No. 1 Sunday lit eleven o'clock. Mr. Rodger* and brother of Mells- •nn down and* sang at Vlney Sunday afternoon. J. 8. Thomas and family of Braville visited Dave Jay and ily. f . • Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bates of New lope vldtad their uncle, Jim Bomar, iturday and Sunday. Mrs. John Boone and (laughter. Ilss Blva, of Woodlawn, attended lie services Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Campbell of bear Princeton were viaitors at the boms of Mr. Earnest Bomar Prldav light. Several of the young people of khls place attended the W. O. W. and 1. C. exercises Friday night. The prayer mieetlng at Mr. Wade y's Saturday oight was well at- oded by all. Let everybody remember that here will be prayer meeting at the ch€>ol house every Wednesday light. toe singing at Mr. Newell's Sun- ly night was well attended. Mr. Lethgo and son, Earnest, of >t of town, were In our midst Sst- iay...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 January 1909

■ ■' ": '• " ' • ^ m;" m$v* WmiMMm , RiJ Emm '' • ■;,.£«£> i B| ] * '"'&ZL M \ I ft i i ft I I I I , ■ i" WM I ntold Ttf a I «■ I t .J. I , i |1 ? t ? ? x f T ❖ ❖ f ? T T Y T Y f f ❖ t t Y Y Y f Y Y f f Y f Y t Y T Y Y f y Y ❖ t y f y y t y T ❖ t y t y y y y y y y i f ❖ ? I Bargains! i u RRKHHBMW ■■PHB - ' ' $100,000.00 of Seasonable Goods Bought by the Duncan-McDowell Dry Goods Company Prices on Men's Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, and Furnishings that will blaze a trail through the tangled meshes of competition, annihilating High Prices, but These Goods Must Be Sold in jo Days Now Read these Crushing Prices! ? y ? ? t y x y o y i x t x t f f T f T y x ❖ ? ? T if. g€1' ^ f fl mm 1 I w mA I f : £:S: p-IP MEN'S SUITS Mi'll'i .Splits 135 Si</in" Bloch Suits, regular $20, $22.50 to $25, sell . . . #15.00 All $15, $17.50, $1X50 at #10.50 20 rtplro Michael & Sons Suits; re- tail $20, $22.50 to $25 00 soil :i! #i: .50 All $15, $ 17 50, $IS sell at #0.75 All $10, $12.50, $13....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 January 1909

DIABETES. Disease of the Kidneys that Gives the Patient More Suf- fering and Misery than any [t)ther Kidney Ailment. "I have an appetite!" "Can't get enough to eat or drink it etna, but what I eat doea not nourish ne. I suppose I'll finish thia meal feel* ng aa hungry aa when I aat down. Be- ta, I drink water by the quart and yet F'm hi way a thirsty. I've a naaty alimy instant thirat that water does not aat- "With all you eat you are not gaining i weight!" "No; I'm losing flesh every day. More tan that, I'm losing strength, and uiv jubled with breaking out of boila 01 inclea. My night's rest is diaturbed instant calls to urinate. Altogether, the moat miserable of men." Tou have Diabetes. four trouble is due to a diseased con- lion of the liver, which baa extended the kidneys. These organs have ken down under the strain'* and your )ly hope of cure ia quick and careful sntment with a remedy which is known be effective in such diseases. You pnot afford to experiment with reme- > of...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 January 1909

V IW'irts 11 I;fM y N ./■. • > %" III * U ■ df ' KV . i Anl - V i A. & M. BRANCH A mass meeting was held at the court house Tuesday night at 7:80 oclock. The purpose of the meeting was to Inaugurate a county-wide campaign looking to the location of n branch of the A. * M. College at aome point in Collin county, as contemplated In the bills Introduced In the house and senate by Representative Bowles and Senator Torn W. Perkins. Below Is given the full text of the bill as in- troduced by Mr. Perkins. An act to.establish the North Tex- as Agricultural and Mechanical Col- lege, a branch of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, for instruction In agricultural, the me- chanical arts and the natural scien- ces connected there with, under the supervision of the Board of Direct- ors of the Agricultural and Mechan- ical College of Texas, in the thirty- sixth representative district, ou con- ditions named, and making and ap- propriation therefor, and declaring an emergency. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

J 16 PAGES THiS 2 SECTIONS eekly Democrat-Gazette twenty-ninth year, McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1918. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. . KNOWN YOUNG MAN Again hue the grim ripper enter- ed our city, taking from ui Mr- r ti« Wrlnht Wllkeraon, one of Mc Kinney's we 1 Ik no w n and moat W ar tI'BP- awipot efforts of mod J cil bK , worBe. Uthough la a member at the time of her lath. • The retnaina will be interred in can Grove cemetery of thia city tursday. evening, at 1 o'clock. Iligioua services will be conducted Dr. E. E. King, puator of the rat Baptist church and Rev. J. M. fill, pastor of the First Christian church. The sorrowing relatives have the kincere sympathy of a large circle of friends. Want Employment. tie \ \ ablest eflorts wasRslck only a few da . no one rciiwe his great suffeing, until =5'Bfe "rgvllte, who camebver Mond be with him, remald at his be< ie until the very H ,er, Otis would r •'Sister, take me u realizing the danger thl KklM°tJ the Ae of his pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1912

I IMF! WEEKLY DEMOCRAT GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1912. THESE SIX LETTERS From New England Women Prove that Lydia E. Plrtkham's Vc^etabSe Com- pound Does Restore the Healith or Ailing Women. Host on, Mass.—"I wn:. passin," thrfi;'!: 11, f liutij." < t and /ulFcrcd from htMiiorrh«iffe ( iorm'tfm< f, hmtiug for v-eks). ami <•' >■ I«i p t nothing to check the in. 1 begun talcing Lydin E. I'liUlwun \ Me Compound (tablet form) on Tuesday, and the f. H• .v *iujf Huturdm moriiiritr the hem- orrhages stopped. 1 buro taken thuiri tv/ularly >■ /it fcinve uud inn steadily gaining. " I certainly think f lint cvorv one • Iso i, trouble'' i1 I wro should ive your Coinpoicid 'I .i 1,1.-t i , faithful trial, rind they will liud relief."—Airs. (iKOllOK JuitV, « Fifth K_rc t, South i- iMtwri, Mlc S. Letter from Mrs. Julia King, Ph p i ifV I ■,...,, , ii 11 mill from the titne I was 13 years ; .. I I think i lift caused lay bad feel- >r my '< 'l Up that went around to my iu bed lo...

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