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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

, *• OFMISERT How Mrs. Bethune was Re- stored to Health by Lydia £. Pmkham's Vegeta- ^ Ue Compound. SilceBton, Mo. — ".For seven yean I •offered everything. I was in bed for four or five days ata time every month, and so weak I could ■hardly walk. I had cramps, backache and headache, and WPR99MP • vX • it*a|ayk! mmm was so nervous and -weak thatll < dreaded to Bee anyone or have anyone move in the room. The doc- tore gave me medi- ' cine i ease me at those times, and said that .!• ought to have an'operation. I-would, not listen to thrtt, and When a friend of my.husband's told him:about Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound and what.it had done for his wife, 1 was willing to take it. Now I look the picture of health and feel like it, too. I can do all my own houae- work, work in the garden and entertain company and enjoy them, and can walk as far as.any ordinary woman, any day in the week. J wish X could' talk to every suffering woman and girl, and tell them what Lydia E. Pinkha...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 18 July 1912

/ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1912. You Need Not Fear ! getting groceries or foods that you are ashamed to offer your friends if you come to our store We make a specialty of GOOD QUALITY GROCERIES! that are clean, fresh and invit* ly attractive in appearance. As to our manner of serving you it is high class in every particular and we deliver promptly. «I i KISTLER & BRISTOL TOP QUALITY GROCERIES. PHONES 04 AND 523. ! ANNOUNCEMENTS. The following have announced for offices named bolow, subject to the action of the democratic primary, July 27, 1912: For Congress: TOM W. PERKINS. DR. M. M. MORRISON. For State Senator: J. J. COPPEDGE. For District Judge for 50th Judicial District (Collin and Grayson Coun- ties) : JUDGE J. M. PEARSON. For Local Representative. J. L. YARBROUOII. W. J. LEDBETTER. For Flotoiial Representative. From Griiysou and Collin Counties: CM AS. M. SPRADLEY. For District Clerk: A. S. (MATT) WHEATLEY. S. H. (PAT) ORAIIAM. DR. W. A. HELL. W, W. (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1912

•Li f '«r w h ■ m'' &', 1 •?•"■ " - - ■*"•■ ■ V,,V.v* ' vV;'w;$ ■ v \ . * t,v mwt *> . wtsw •- diWP'i i •- •• ' v-> la- Jt*/ ,. •■«.■ ' ,• ' j •■' • HE RTIETH YEAR. NO. S3. EEKLY ^fe ■;. •,■ jNjwtti # .i !?*'«#v- * m i H * t & McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, Jl'LY 2*. 101! =F=3 ONE DOLLAR 1 HR YEAR. What Senator Tom W. Perkins' Home Folks Say of Him nv * SENATOR TORI W. PERKINS. REV. R. C. HORN, forty years a minister of Collin county. CAPT. TUCK HILL, Stockman. GEO. T. COBB. Manager McKin- ney Ice, Light and Coal Co. JUDGE T. C. GOODNER, Former County Judge, Collin County. JOHN H. FERGUSON, President Texas Cotton Mill of McKinney. J. G. FITZHUGH, Asst. Cashier First Natioiflal Bank. JOE W. BARNES, Stock Dealer. J. G. (GABE) KERBY, Salesman. W. R. HILL, Merchant. PETE F. LUCAS, Bookkeeper. W. H. DUDLEY. Drayman. GEO W. FITZHUGH, Farmer. J. L. FRANKLIN, County Auditor. W. M. SHIPLEY, Tailor. WILLIS R. DOVVELL, Farmer. JIM I'. DOWELL, Cotton Buyer. S E. H. PEYT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1912

THE STArF OF LIFE Should always be made of the proper flour. The presence of impurities will render the "staff" weak and unfit to lean upon. In buying your flour—Be sure! The abundance of PURITY, NUTRIMENT, STRENGTH and GOODNESS that go to make up WHITE BILLOWS gives it leadership as a dependable article for bread- stuff. GUARANTEED PURE. Your Grocer Sells It Collin County Mill & Elevator Co. McKinney, Texas. The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Waller II. Wilson, Editors, Publishers and Proprietors. Cireenlierry Admits, Circulation and Assist nut Huslness Manager. hin " be ready to begin the erection of their handsome new home on their splendidly located lot in this city. And when the McKinney Camp li 11 iIdh, it is safe to predict that it will be an ornament to the city and a credit to the local membership. Entered as second-class mail matter. —- To Subscribers—The date pr'nted opposite your name on ihe margin of the paper or on the wrapper indi- ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1912

jjjfc "■.= r e Weekly Democrat- )$m ' v ITVETH YEAH, NO. 25. McKINNBY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY 85, 1015s. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. I. T. FOSTER'S (Copyrighted 1912 by W. T. Poster) Washington D. C. July 25.—Last bulletin gave forecasts of disturb- ances to cross continent July 27 to f 31, and August 1 to 5, warm waves July 26 to 30 and 31 to Aug.4, cool wavett July 29 to Aug. 2 and Aug. 2 to f>. These disturbances, cover- ing July 27 to Aug.6, will cause a rise In temperatures, a decrease In rainfall, drouth In many places and hot winds >4n a few places. That spell of crop-weather will Inaugu- rate the most destructive drouth of recent years and while it will not be general it will bo severe enough to very considerably effect prices of cotton, grain and rough feed. Next disturbance will reach Paci- fic const about August 7. cross Paci- fic slope by close of 8, great centra* valleys 9 to 11, eastern sections 12. Warm wave will < "obs Pacific slope August 7, great ce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THT7R8DAY, JULY 25 1 1*. Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and v. hich hnx been In use for over iM) ycurg, has borne the {signature of and lias hern made under li!s per* Honal supervision since ltf« Infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in tlila. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ".Tust-«s-(joo<I " are but Experiments that trifle ivitli and endanger the health of lnfuuta uud Children—Experience ugulust Experiment* What is CASTORIA ©materia Iff a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrup*. It 1m pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareotlo substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverlslmess. For more tlian thirty yeurs It has been In ccnstant use for the relief of Constipation. Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles ana X>larrh( a. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural (deep* The Children's Pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1912

Vv ?•* A ^ isae Se . .1 . ri .. V,. * ..'-'v. P *■, \ : , i ■ ;• , fflk . i> ■■.. t ' ' <rV ■W*\:', •v:'- . Vv. 'MiA' ■ M$£iSi^R3 TESTIMONY OF nVE WOMEN Proves That Lydia E. Pink- > ■■ ham's Vegetable Com- pound Is Reliable. Roedville, Ore.—"I can truly recom- mend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to all women who are passing through the Change of Life, as it made rnc a wel! woman after suffering three years." — Mrs. Mary Bogart, Roedville, Oregon. New Orleans, La. — "When passing through the Change of Life I was troubled with hot flashes, I weak and dizzy spells and | backache. Iwuanotfitfor anything until I took Ly- dia E. Pinkham's Vege- ] table Compound which proved worth its weight In gold to me." - Mrs. Gas- | ton Blondeau, 1541 Po- lymnia St, New Orleans. Miahawaka.Ind.-" Wo- men passing through the Change of Life can take nothing better than Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable . Baucrjl Compound. I am recom- \ menaingittoallmyfriemte because of what it has done for me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1912

r-:'" " THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 25 1912. ^ — —— ■MMHHMBkMHMI I I I | Final Clean-Up Salef JULY 27 TO AUGUST 17 All Summer Goods in the W. S. Knight Stoch $5000,00 worth of new summer merchandise bought from wholesalers who are anxious to close out goods at this season very cheap, added to this already large stock, makes this the greatest clearance sale of the season. We are determined to close out summer goods just before our buyers start to market to purchase a big stock of fall and winter merchandise. Prices that beat the town. , A rare opportunity to economize on summer goods. ♦ 10c Lawn Sc 800 yards excellent 10c value Dress Lawns, Clean Up Price 5c 20c Flsxon 9 l-2c 20 pieces pretty linen thread flaxon, beautifal patterns, sell elsewhere 20c yard 9 lc 20c Persian Lawn 15c Pretty Shear Persian Lawn 48 inches wide, on sale, clean up price yard 15C r $1.25 Waists 48c 10 dozen Ladies White Linon Waists nicely trimmed with lace and embroidery $1.25 value 48c Lawn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1912

lavlte letters from th people lit toiics of not more than lie, nud In every instance le must be ligued to the ration. Answer* I ahI better. Editors Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Democrat-Gazette- Mr. Led- better, I told you that I would meet you.in joint discussion one time any- where In all the Juatlce precincts, but would not agree to atop at that. The reason I did not tell the peo- ple of Collin county that I would not meet you at Nevada and that I stopped at a thrasher and was In- formed) that I would not get a vote there and then turned \jack for home, sir, 1b because I did riot want to tell the people something abso- lutely untrue. And when BUI Tol- lett or any one else says the above is a fact, {hey have told something without any foundation. Mr. Ledbotter, after yon would not agree, to meet with me In dis- cussion,. I then asked you to meet me In those, places which you thought were the strongest, believ- ing if this be the case, .which knew better, you surely would be br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 25 1918. Keeping pace with t h e growth of McKinney and the development of its business in- terests. This bank is in position to giv0 special attention and con- sideration to the requirements of the growing business institu- tion. ? £. J I 4 f' •' *, Those desiring t h e co- operation and backing of a strong bank are Invited to call and lay their proposition be- fore our officers. The First National Bank McKinney, Texas, Founded 1869 > 'I *9 : \ "j.-. ;,vu. / ■ j 4 ;; 4 per cent interest paid on saving accounts X <> .. I !l i.m United States Depository l. .s: •i,'' 7: HoWoll K. Smith, Cashier. < John Lovejoy, President. 1 [ on' '>•••• " '• i Fred Emerson Active Vice Pre#, J. O. Fitzhugh, Am(. Cashier. Francis H. Welch, Vice P. Vet. H. Smith. As.<it. Cashier. jr-ssrw 1—i- Are Marrlwl at I'fwlde. M. P. Flncher and Miss Minnie OdMbeck of Uvalde, were married at that place Wednesday morning. Mr. FlrtCher Is a brother of Rev....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1912

f r : W. v if s |R- ' #*%'V :,r"' ' *. '" a. , PMMflMMHHB / WA/ /H X nK I ■' «f V ~lf I#/ 67^) Ihtw,~ 'Here's The Road to Comfort A vanished thirst—a cool body and a refreshed one; the sure way—the only way is via a glass or bottle of Ideally delicious—pure as purity—crisp and sparkling as frost. ^ur ncw b°°kle*> telhng rree ofCoca-Cola vindication at Chattanooga, for the asking. Demand the Genuine as made by THE COCA-COLA CO. ATLANTA, GA. W Whenever you see an Arrow think of Coca-Cola. WED III THIS CITY <}. B. Edison and Miss Edith Orr fame down on the interurban short- ly after noon Sunday, and went to the county clerk's office where they secured a marriage license. In the meantime Rev. R. It. Rives, pastor of the Central Presbyterian church, was phoned for, and as soon as he iMrived, performed the ceremony which made them husband and wife. The happy couple left on the 4:16 ear for Dallas, where they will spend a few days before they return to their future home at Denlson. M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 July 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 26 l 1t. ON THE WING I'erMoiiul .Mention of People You Know l>y Our Field Man. Earlv last Monday morning we met our frlo:i:l G. If. Wilson near the Kuty depot who beiran to "blow" liis blij crop of peaches, and ax we are from Missouri on some occas- ions, we drove out to his farm ont) mile north of the city and a few hundred yards south of Wilson / atop on the Interurban. Sure enough we found IiIh trees loaded to the ground with the moat tempting fruit we have seen thlH season. The Mamie Ross we found pretty as a June hride and sweet an a sixteen year old girl. The Klbertaa will ripen a few weeks bunco and we'll lie from Mlssojirl again. Mrs Wil- son In Justly proud of her orchard and garden this year, both compen- sating liberally for time and labor spent In tare and cultivation. Trinity. .T. .T. Orenduff Invited this scribe to remain for dinner and we did the eating act to the best of our ability and Buckskin was no less merciful to h...

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

:<wm. DR MOCRAT- Q AZETTE, THTJ ... f! ' , .£ FRISCO. C. W. Barnum Is here from Dal- las. R. D .Johnson of Dallas wob here Sunday. Price Jackson of Fort Worth, was here Sunday. Jim Shrader of Cellna was here the first of the week. Mrs. Wes Burge of McKlnney vis- ited here one day last week. Miss Stella Roberts of Gainesville is visiting E. D. Baccus and wife. Mr . Dr. VorhleB left Tuesday for a few weeks visit In South Texas. Prof. J. J. Ishell, who has been at- tending the Normal at Denton, is >ere. Miss Iva Mae Sanders of Sherman lame In Sunday for a visit with Miss i^ena Boyd. Mrs. Sam Johnson and Sou. Ellis, of Lancaster, are visiting T. J. Campbell and wife. Betsy T. Brooke returned home Friday after a visit with her sister, at Hobart, Okla., her Bister and fam- ily returned home with her. Miss Lula Boyd returned from Sherman, where she visited her cousin. Miss Madge Fay for a week. Miss Fay returned home with her. Mrs. Ida Cole and daughter, Miss Blanche, returned last T...

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

" THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUR8DAY, JULY 25 1911. Yes, we make the low prices but we have the High Quality goods. We are selling men's suits for less than you can buy elsewhere, come in and take a look at a sum- mer weight suit and then ask the price. You are sure to buy if you know a bargain when you see it. TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES We positively have the best line of trunks, suit cases and hand grips in the city. They don't make them any better. Of course the price is a little below the other fellow but that's our way of selling goods. Come around and give us a chance at your business. JAKE MORRIS SELLS IT FOR LESS WILLIE JAY AND DILI.IE FAY BROWN. Twin babies of .Mr. and Mrs. Jos.-:c Hrown of New Hope, who will bo seen in C61. .llin iJocltliia' baby show at the hi* McKinney i>lciilo this summer. The above pictures were taken when the babies were six months old. CROWING TICK ' FOB THE MARKET It. L. JACK SON ANIV WIFE. The above is iho picture of U. !.. Jackson find wife, who ...

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

I . II PUCE ON SUPREME COURT ?>& \ s *'■ im^ms tZM"S f / ■M %\ym -TV. '.'.'i • . % .^ .« //y. ■ •:/' OCIE SPEBR of Fort Worth. Judge Ode Speer, candidate for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas, wsb In the city one day the past week, and while here called at this office for a few min- utes' social chat, .fudge Speer has brother who resides at Celina in 'this county, and therefore feels that he has some slight claims on the friendship of some of the people of the county. Judge Ode Speer is a native Tex- an, being born in Joh'nson county in 18C9; admitted to the bar at the age of 20, practicing his profession until 1902, when he was elected As- sociate Justice of the Court of Civil Appeals at Fort Worth, which posi- tion he now holds. Prior to his election to the bench he wrote and published "The Law of Married Women in Texas," which had become the standard text-book on that important subject, receiving the highest commendation of the profession. The work is constan...

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

. ■ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, Jl'I.Y 25 1012. it Children's Pumps OIV SAI^B Did you know that you could buy $1.50 and $1.75 Pumps for SI.OO? At this price they wont last long. Come early. All styles at the above price on sale. J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE STOKE ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Will Bubble Style I 1 Your Spring unit In u little I lioavy for this extreme hot | weather. A light, airy blue 1 serge will defy the nun's rays. ! We make one to your meas- ] uro that will huhble over with style. $20.00 or $25.00 menus a good one. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR. North Kentucky St. THURSDAY. • PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS TUESDAY. "(!ran<1ina' Be I den who lias been the guest of her sou. ,t. O. Belden, here for several days, left yesterday lor her home at Blue Ridge. Mrs. R. R. Rives and children left this morning for Pearsall, Tex- where they will visit Mrs. Rives' parents, Rev. and Mi's. I. S. Daven- port, lor two or three weeks. Miss Mary Hartzog, who has been viBiting Mrs. I r. Harrison at Te...

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

Talks Bargains Podge Spoke Constructed Wheel: J—X 5? ™ guarding against climatic conditions, full clipped gears. HirknrV' AyIpc* Boxes tight as boilers. Ask the man that has, or is us ^ y —! ing, them about their merits, then you will use them. A special price until we reduce our stock, wheels are best grade white oak—second growth oak spoke, white oak hubs. Axles, singletrees, doubletrees, hickory boxes, yellow popular sides, bottoms long leaf yellow pine, 5 oak cross pieces on bottom, full clipped gears. Body has 4 coats of best mineral paint, gear 5 coats. 3 inch oak $85. GIVE US YOUR BUSINESS | Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company, 1 Ll!zkesrm' Professional Dept. j T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. Over mc- Klnney's grocery store. Phone 203, McKlnney. McKINNEY REALTY CO., Frank G. Dowell, Mgr. Office with The Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, McKlnney, phone 65. ARTHUR T. CHURCH, Fire, Torna- do and Livestock Innurance Agent. Only beat companies represented. Mor...

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

NO PERKINS SLUSH FUND Cannot Employ Hired Auto Brigades to Dash Over District Boosting Our Candidate THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-G V7.ETTE, THURSDAY. JUT.Y 25 19T«. ggsgggggggeesBBB i " i I T«l I'olllll C«ll'lll> IX llHK l ljt v.—- We wish to ri'r<v t ill" li*wr 11(111 llnil Collin county'* < «l> t'on- (rriMsloniil «-jitit!i< 1mt**. Senator Tom W. I'l-rkiiM, is a poor mini ami Ills friends have mil. rnlwd a slush liiml with which I" lili'e m-hhoihmI pollti- duns, H|i« nki'i and auto brigade# to NWai'in ovit iIk1 dlMtrict, scattering caiii|Miign shunter- on liis opponent* anil tryiuu lo iliclHlc to thi' people how they should voti', Thi" (lay of political hossi-s and slnsli fnml cor- i-ii f >1 ions an- |i.isl. <'«>111 n roinily is being invailiil hy would-be "big gun" lawyer aiilo brigades who ui'i' ii«imi- inu lo dictate lo tlie farmer* of Col- lin county hint they should von- in this rantti'i'siliMUil race. Collin coun- ty fanner* renent Minli Imported ad- vice and ...

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

... ■ >■ )V« ' ' ? "J- ■ J MSg % • • • * ? *• — ► i ■ f ,.j ' \ i. ?:C-C Mft iL • ■~r : 1 ; ■■ ' )WS pK: P 1 'm -m rfi> :t W7«* ' ' PI V ' ■ 'i ". •' ■' .-ivs' ':, )ii'; ■ & i^Pmm THnt YEAH, NO. 20. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, T KxJs, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, lolts. ONE DOLLAR 1 ER YEAK. (HI DESPERADO STILL II LARGE Despite the many reports that the negro, Leonard Potts, who killed Officer Tedford at Dallas, and Tues- day night killed the sheriff of lted River county, had been captured near tfnrksvllle, there was no foundation for them. Private infor- mation, which is absolutely reliable and authentic, received at this office at 3 p. in. is to the effect that while several hundred men ure scouring the country around Clarksvllle, in the hope of finding the -negro, it is certain that he had not up to that time been captured. His capture, however, is expected at any time, as it will be next to impossible for liim to escape the hundreds of searchers who arc now swarming over every >...

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

■f* mm • f> ; w: BSi i' 8 m H{; I m m ^^SS 0a af99SK=^BBSBBSSBSa^BB BSS9BS i&' \ P •' m Why You Take No Chances The Studebaker name for sixty years has been a guarantee of quality. It elimi- nates the slightest element of chance in your purchase of an automobile. Every part of a Studebaker car is made in our own plants. We analyze and absolutely know the materials which p,o into our cars. Our guarantee is good. 75,000 Studebaker cars are on the road and every owner will tell you that a Studebaker car always makes good. Wo know that the Studebaker (Flanders)"20" at $800 is equal in mate- rif.l and workmanship to any car built— and the price is within your reach. Fjady for immediate delivery. a EK - ■SaiwlBs1 iSsadah -Wl J I I & WwMMif . tmsr. v ... j. - •* • - - •" ' The $800 Studebaker (Fiand«rs)<420 Prim, Pf/inrforfl f'nulppc?, f^OO f. o. b. Detroit. f'fj t?l.ij «ni *.i obovo, with Too, WinJjhbld, Pr«t-0*Lltc Tank unci Speedometer, $885. At\t Itul-ir for the r.rto Stu...

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