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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1912

PB. THURSDAY, APRIL 85. 1 1S. ■ Presses Haying Tools A TkMTD AT O MAN A man to fork hay into hopper and a tier, full circle, self-feeder, 3 O 7 C A A AUP11KAL u rlAIl stroke, all steel. For strehgtn, durability; as a self-feeder it is perfect. ' u«Vv . $175.00 Full circle, all steel, two strokes, simple and durable; no springs to weaken ..." CANTON JR. D A Din nor Full circle, two stroke, 1-horse press, single, direct power; big capacity; great- (DIOC A A Kill III URL est press bargain on market (PIUU W Let us show you these presses on our floor or descriptive literature sent on application. Our new JOHNSTON MO WER will cut any grass grown; direct power; right speed; no neck weight, less side draft; few repairs, strongly built. Sweep Rakes, Dump Rakes f Car load 8 inch, 3 inch No. 16 Hay Wire, not tangled. Keep your eye on the indicator. Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company, J. Lee Jackson, Manager CProfessional Dept. 11 Collin County News I From Our Correspondents. T. H. B...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1912

\ 2 'HE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZETTP. THCT1SS>AY. APRIL *5, J l«. 1 ' "v i lift i efjj hgn , j i y:n—• alcohol, 3 peh cent AVcgctuble Pa-para) ion fcU slmitallit* the foodandReiMi lint* lite Sioniachs aiuUJowlsJ Infants/ckhdren Promotes DigeslionJClwrfiil ness ami (test .Contains neither Opiuiu.Morphine norMfograL Not Narcotic. Jtrape ofOhl DrSWL'QJIIQuR flm/Jcm Sftd~ jibe. Stoma * JktM/t Salts- AurSttd * ttftXl'kS«h* "" nSrrd- aa.-on Phmr. Aperfert Remedy forfonsllpa lion, Sour Stomach.Dlarrroea Worms.Convulsions,Feverish ness awl Loss op Sleep. i^cSunite Signature of NEW YORK. altt wonoths old j5 dos**-joi nts For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Guaranteed underthe! Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years TORIA * Frockeiaatar AND Tan-no-Mora Two of the roost Scientific Beautifying 1 Agencies, I Known / IP 10 A FRECKELEATER CREAM\ ' The remover of akin imperfections ■uch as freckles,'' tan, sunburn, ring worm, liver, spots and_...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 25. 1912. \e Local Happenings From Over Collin County 7 OORN1TH. MIsb Elsie Williams was In McKln- ney recently. Miss Annie .lames spent Sunday with Miss Bertha Newman. Dallus Stone of Cellna, was In the Rhea Mills community Sunday. Claude Tatum and family visited Mr. and Mrs. .1. O. Wolf Sunday. Otis Davis and sistser, .Miss Jessie, attended church at Cellna Sunday morning. Miss Ermyne Mitchell spent Sat- urday night with Miss Cnaiiotte Shrader of Cellna. ■ Mrs. Chas Snider and daughter, Miss Emma, visited Mrs. Flan 1c O'Brien Wednesday. On last Tuesday April ICth, we were visited by a very heavy hail but very little damage was done. Mrs. I^ec Terry and two little children of Dallas, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gearhart. Mrs. Mattie Davis and mother, "Grandma" Cunningham, visited at the home of Dr. Porter's Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. Irwen and' family of near Mc- Kinney spent Sunday with the lat- ter'B brother, D. I). Bowlin,...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1912

V THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1912 ! k ■n mm ff w ¥ m I 1 mm The Store Where Your Dollars Will Do Big Work At this particular time of the year you are needing some light clothes—some New Spring Clothes and you want them at just as small a price as possible. We want you to know that we are prepared to make you a CLOSE PRICE ON CLOTHING; yes an unusually close price and if you will only pay us a visit we will convince you. We have gone as far as to offer you good Suits, Suits that sold regularly at $15.00 and $25.00, for the small sum of S3.95 We can fit you in a suit at less money than you can possibly buy elsewhere fo?\ We make no boasts we cannot prove. Make us prove what we say to you. That's exactly what we want to do. Spring Suits at Great Reduction We are making the following reductions on all Spring Suits, except Blue Serges. You can find what you want in our line of Spring Suits and you can save money here. All $25.00 Suits now..... §15.00 All 20.00 Suit...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1912

•"HE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 191*. 10 REDUCTION SAYS BOARD (By L. M. HEWITT.) Since our last article upon the *Mil)ject of extortionate Insurance rates f hlch appeared in these col- umns lsuit Thursday, the state insur- ance board has rendered its decision in re the city of Austin, petition asking for a reduction in rates, in which the board refuses to grant re- lief to petitioners. The entire text of the decision has been read by the writer, and 1 must .say that it rends like a monumental plea of the insur- ance companies to keep all the pie and a caustic rebuke to the starving public for fts 'temerity in asking for the privilege of even a small slice. And mind you, this decision is sup- posed to have been written by a public commission, yet every quota- tion in support of a contention against any item of specific relief is taken from "the national underwrit- ers' board of engineers." The board arbitrarily asserts that the insurance business under the old rate...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 April 1912

THE WEEKLY QEMOCRAT-OAZETTE. THURSDAY, APRIL 2S. 1911. Children's Slippers We are showing all the new Inst and slyles this season and offering a comprehensive range of kinds from 50c to $3.00 a pair. Don't fail to see them m DESIGNED bv Spkro. Michakl h Son JMEW YORK CLOTHIMG, SHOES9 ETC« We have a strong line of Men's Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings to which we desire to call your attention. These goods are made of all wool ma- terial, the best styles and patterns, perfect workmanship and fit. I hey are marked at a close margin of profit but as we are on a strictly spot cash basis we are giving an extra 10 per cent discount on the entire line which makes them the lowest possible for the money. Wo want you to see them. They are absolutely Ladies' Button Bluchers, Lace Oxfords, in pattent, vici and gun metal; regular sizes and widths, correct styles and lasts. All $3.00 Gold Medal for $2.45 All $2.75 Gold Medal for $2.15 All $2.50 Gold Medal for $1.95 These goods are made by the cele...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1912

■Vf\' • \ ifrJrfa c-. , *w ■ — M. W.M ^ QS9SBH rv. ■./■-■*■•*. SpiMKB ■'■■, '■'•■ ■■ .1 :,-/V" . . * ' V' v,.. *■« ■i'.'V,' . V-, *''■' ' v. '< -■ |g . ■ ■ -v . . ~ ■ • ■ .1 ^ ■..*•■■ ■ - «... ■ . _ , • / ' : " n] E .,•£ / i 'I ': ' I ' '' 10. llTIKTH YEAH, NO. 10. STOLE A MARCH ON FRIENDS Monday afternoon at 6:40 o'clock, Mr. Benjamin Smith anJ Miss Fama Massie were quietly mar- ried In the'county clerk's office n Fort Worth, by Justice of the Peace Maben. The wedding of this popular and highly esteemed young couple came as a great surprise to their many friends ~-and their parents, as they had quietly left McKlnney on the 2:10 car and went to Fort Worth where the wedding Cook place. Miss Fama Is a daughter of Sam J. Massie, one of the most progress- ive and enterprising business men in McKlnney. She is a young lady of a sweet and pleasing disposi- tion and is admired by all who know her. \ She is one of the most prominent girls in the young society of McKlnney. The pretty young...

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

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1*1*. w How Do People Acquire * Properly and Gain Independence ■ By saving in a small way to accumulate capi- tal for investing and re-investing. Large profits are often made from timely in- vestments. You cannot tell when an opportunity for making a profitable investment will present itself. A growing savings account in this bank will provide for such an emergency. It will give you a bor- rowing power equal to the capital which you save. ■ i :: Martin Neilon Passes Away rWe want you to consider this a ^ personal invitation to fall and oi>on H an account here. Many of our B largo deposits begin with a dollar, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK McKinney, Texas. Founded 1869 4 per cent interest paid on savings accounts United States Depository John Lovejoy, President. Howell E. Smith, Cashier. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pres. J. G. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Francis H. Welch, Vice P. Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. Martin Nellon, brother of our Itownsman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- You NeetFa CO.TIVA Castor Machine Oil, best grade, 35c gallon That Is Simple That Is Durable That Is Light Dratt That Is Easily Handled in the Ground HAY PRESSES SWEEP RAKES DUMP RAKES MOWERS HAY TIES' YOU WANT A PARLIN & ORENDORFF VICTOR CULTIVATOR Its front arch is high and its beams slope back. It has a heavy spring in front with a wheel on it that will swing your beams, making it light draft and easily handled. Your shanks can be adjusted any where on your beam. It i9 a balance frame. Its braced so your gangs won't slip around bunches of grass. It has a lever arch---you can hoe with. We can 6how you better than we can tell you. Come see us. Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company,J ,n /■ > Professional Dept. j T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. Over mc- Kinney'a grocery store. Phone 203, McKinney. McKINNEY REALTY CO., Frank Q. Dowell, Mgr. Office with The Daily Courier-Gazette and Weekly Derno- erat-Gazette, McKinney, phone 65. ARTHUR T. CHURCH, Fire, Torna...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- 1AZETTE. THURSDAY. MAY 2. lilt. AN XOL'NCEMEXTS. The following have aunounc«d for offices named below, subject to the act*on of the democratic primary, July 27. 1912: For f"«nirre«N: TOM W. PERKINS. For District Judge for 39th Judicial District (Collin and GrujMon Coun- ties) : JUDGE J. M. PEARSON. For Local Representative: J. L. YARBROUOH. For El o tori«I Representative: (Collin and Grayson Counties.) J. B. BA8KBTTE, of Wylle, Texas. For District t'lerk: t A. S. (MATT) WHEATLEY. 8. H. (PAT) GRAHAM. DR. W. A. BELL. W. W. (WILL) PRUETT. For County Treasurer: M. E. (GENE) MALLOW. BERT L. LIEVSAY. J. F. WESTER. MORT SHIRLEY. For Tax Assessor Collin Co.: L. T. GAY. T. A. PARRIS. J. K. P. (JIM) SHRADER. For County Supt. of Schools: W. E. FOSTER. W. 8. SMITH. For Commissioner, Precinct 1: JACK SPORTSMAN. (Re-election, 2nd term.) For Commissioner. Precinct 2: J. E. CRAWLEY. For Commissioner. Precinct 3: L. A. MARTIN. JOHN WASH HENDRICKS. JOHN F. RAY. W. A. BARNETT. ELB...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1912

Section No. 2 X- The Weekly DteMoemT- * THIRTIETH YEAH, NO. 13. "TAPS" SOUNDS FOR VETERAN L. M. Talkington, one of the coun- ty's earliest settlers and most esti- mable citizens, quietly breathed his last at 3:45 o'clock Monday at his home, No. GOO West Heard street, in this city, after lingering in a speechless and helpless condition as the result of a stroke of paralysis sustained ahout ten weeks ago. A man of unusually complacent, even temperament and exemplary habits, Mr. Talkington lived in almost "per- fect health for nearly seventy-eight years. However, prostration from overheat in the summer of 1910, in- duced a slight attack of paralysis at the time, which was followed by second and third attackB of paralysis of greater severity, the last one, as above stated, terminating fatally early Monday morning, is deathbed was surrounded by the devoted wife of his bosom for more than a half century and large family of grown children, besides other relatives and friends. Leonidns M. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1912

: s . Spring Footwear LADIES We would like to have you come In and Hee our beautiful line of stylish, serviceable slippers and pumps for spring and summer wear. MEM We know we have what you want in a low cut shoo. All the ■tylcs and leathers, button.- and laces, tariH and black. Long wear in every pair. CHILDREN We have shoes for children that will not hurt, their fee* and they stand rough treatment. J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE STOICS'] ♦♦♦♦♦♦*< I Ho Sub3iliyiB | There Is no substitute for good <> tailoring. It. 1h either right or wrong. Making good clothes means putting thought and skill into every part of the garment, so that It will lit per- fectly and' keep its appearance till worn out. This is tho kind of tailoring we do, and when you combine with it, <> the very beet cut, and newest In materials, you are getting a garment that cannot, be stir- passed In the city. You will 'J like the patterns, the mater- ials, and line quality of our new Spring Suitings, and ,, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1912

To the Farmers of Col- lin County and Vicinity The Southern States Cotton Corporation of Macon, Georgia, through its local Committee, is now ready to list your cotton crop for the year of 1912 on a guarantee of £5 cents per pound, basis middling, to be delivered to bonded warehouses at desiginated points within the county. Fo futher information, and to list your cotton, call on any of the following Committee: B. L. Sherley, Anna, Chairman, / J. B. Palmer, Wylie, Vice Chairman, R. A. Davis, Farmersville, Vice Chairman, E. M. Glass, Farmersville, Vice Chairman, D. Karr, Farmersville, Vice Chairman, W. Raleigh Yeary, Farmersville, Secretary, Geo. Dole Wadley, President, Macon, Ga., W. B. Yeary, Vice President for Texas', 401 and 402 Slaughter Building, Dallas. Hot Weather Makes Some People Lose Their Appetite But there is always some good article of food they would eat if they had it and if you phone your orders to this store you can get it. Hot Weather Edibles just what you need for t...

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

>'—' THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THUR8DAT, MAY t, ^ 1912. - .... . . $ . " TRIBUTE TO i i In the removal from th'1 walks of men here oi L M laliungttin, dt«d ai his huiiiM In McKIuimw, lex as, April 2!'. 1912. anothci 1* iK In ''1 ' chain of those old etilei wh ch-tnu ed Collin counts from the home "f the roving llvd Men to (lt«' fruitful fields of the civilized n* Caucasian h:« been h.okoti. Sett lint,' In the VltiHnml and Itloom- dale community In is.'is, where he had purchased land, hi* opened nji a farm, married and nettled down for life. When the Civil War en me "> *<■ urui against bin fellosvmau he did not rush to the battle at once a* he had a young wife and bnliy son to cm ■ t >r. But as tne war progressed and more men wore called for to defend the South he volunteered hi service He enlisted In Capt. Have llayiie- Co., L, M. Martin's regiment in the Spring of 1802. and served <> the close. The writer was In sue same company and usually our tents were side...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1912

■Tin ~V7' -M pppwWV' s ■ i ' • l^y^yfjgp THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZBTTE, _THUR8DAT._MAY 2, 1*11. -^^|||m|||[|||[||||h| ^ |||lffl H|| B||||, , , | ||||| n|||| |||iy||ini = Listen and • 1' J . ''i Hard Luck Has Struck Us—Obliged to Raise the Almighty Dollar Face to Face With Trouble ■■ Never Before Have We Needed Assistance As We Do Now Free! Free! Free! to the first 10 men buying a suit on the opening day a HAT FREE! ENTIRE $18,000 STOCK Free! Free! Free! to the first 10 men buying a suit on the opening day a HAT FREE! NOW IN THE HANDS OF THE CHICAGO ADJUSTMENT CO. OF CHICAGO, ILL. THE HIGHEST GRADE MERCHANDISE EVER HANDLED IS NOW AT YOUR MERCY Men's, Youth's and Boys' Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Suit Cases, Trunks, Bags and Gents' Furnishings To be turned into cash. Prices slashed to the core regardless of cost or value. We are obliged to get the cash. Stopand consider what this means to you: when you can purchase your spring and summer outfit for less than actual cost to manuf...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1912

B0Ww|MEB6 \ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- 1AZETTK, THUR8DAT. MAY 2. l lt. BB BBBBBBBgBBBBBBi - O f Interest To Women The fact that White Billows Flour goes futher, owing to it's lightness and proper method of milling. Light springy dough means better bread. Get next to a White Billows Biscuit the proof is in the eating. Manufactured by Collin County Mill & Elevator Co. McKINNEY, TEXAS, i ' ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom XV. Perk Inn, Walter It. Wilson, Editors, Publishem anil Proprietor*. Grconherry Adams, Circulation ami Assistant llnslnoss Manager. clnlty of the place where the boat went down. And it. is likely that these are the only bodies that will ever be recovered. Entered ns second-class mall matter. To Subscribers—Tho date printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription la paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of tho month. Any...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1912

HE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1912. ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT AN c (Jelabte Preparation for As- iimllaiiiigtheFood; lingilieSiomadisan I Promotes DigpsltonJCteerful ncss and Rest.Contalns neither Opiuw.Morphine nor Mitral. ot Narcotic, Jftripr ef Old Ik&WLUPnWER /Uu/Jcin Se.d- Lilx.Snma WoMUMf- wEEa Aperfect Remedy for Constipa- tion , Sour Stomach.Diarrtoej Worrasfoiivulskms,Feverish ness and Loss OF Sleep. PhcSimilc Signature of '&• YORK CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought , Bears the Signature of eed under tKe Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years emu TNI t 1M L ROBERPSEAY DIES IN DALLAS R. T. (Robert Taylor) Seay died Saturday night, April 27, at his home lu Dallas of dropsy. He had been In falling health for the past two years, but his denlae so sud- denly was rather unexpected and h great shock to his many old friends lu this city, where he wus In busi- ness for about thirty years. He was a member of the old bookstor...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1912

"HE WEEKLY DEMQCRAT-GAZETTK. THURKDAT, MAY t. l lf. ts | 1 !! II 2£ 11 ■tf | Turned Loose! m J ijM A Mighty Avalanche of Real Bargains I must close out everything—convert every article in this house into CASH. In order to do so, within the next ten days I have slashed prices so as to make this the Greatest Bargain Event in the History of Collin County If you are one of the money-saving kind, you cannot, and will not overlook? this Bona-Flde Closing Out Sale $10,000.00 worth of Dry Goods, Notions, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Furnishings at prices never before offered to the people of McKinney and Collin county. Nothing reserved—every article, from pins to Clothing slashed to the lowest figures. A colossal display of up-to-date merchandise worth com- ing miles to see. Read this circular—every word of it—then bring it with you. You can't afford to overlook a single item. Prices that make this A CLOSING OUT SENSATION. MAKE YOUR PREPARATIONS TO BE ON HAND FRIOAY MORNING, M...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1912

bsMeMImwMW Mnw. Ik « «M0 l..fiw•T.Va<f v-1 -tmtt. tfun J iPf I H - The Local Happenings From Over Collin County TRINITY. Mrs. Sterling Stiff baa been quite sick for several daya. Edgar Watts of Denlson it vlslt- 'lngihls grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O.V. Mallow. John Clark visited relatlvea at Farmersvllle laBt week. Mrs. Tog Chandler and children, visited Mrs. Jesse Orenduff last WCH$k. Mrs. Roy Hall and little daughter, Maxlne of Crystal City, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Eva Howe Mesdames Frank Boone and J. W. Orenduff visited' Mrs. Otho Harris at Chambersville last week. Our schodl will close Friday, after a very successful term taught by Prof. McClaln. Trinity, April 29. r > WOODLAWN. Crops in thiB community are look- ing fine, the farmers' are bUBy plant- ing cotton. John Robinson and wife visited Jesse Bate® and wife of Viney Grove last Saturday night and attended the Woodman Rally at Ardath. Prof. John Coffman 16 visiting hotme folks this week after closing a Very succe...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 May 1912

"HE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY t, 1112. WILL GIVE (500 TO SICK READERS OFJEMOCRAT-GAZETTE Indiana Scientist Who Originated the Now Famous "Home Treatment" Offers Large Package Free to Sick and Ailing. X 1 In order that every reader of the Democrat-Gazette who need* treat- ment may have an opportunity to teat this celebrated medicine, the now famous Indiana scientist has come to the front with an offer to give absolutely free a large proof package fo five hundred readers of this paper to piove the wonderful claims which have been made for it. In making this offer the scien- tist said: "1 know that there are many people who have been suffering for years with some chronic disease and many of them have spent large Hums of money seeking a cure. I know that these people hesitate about investing money in medicine because < bey- have despaired of ever getting well. Thousands have (old me that story and many thousands of the snnio people have told mo afterwards that my treatme...

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