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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 10 December 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH > MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL WT By Charfe* Sughro* © Vnttm Nmpipc UnM New Teeth on an Old Saw <3€T OUT OF WERE AMD \ QUIT BOTMER.IUG WE = 60 AUD DIG UP 901AE ITCWS * NOU AAtGHT tUOOIRE OF SOME OP OCR. IEAOIUQ emxEUS VUHERH TWEH ARE GO UG no SPSlUD >(WE«t VACATIONS i wuovu i do, but nou vtuovj "THE oto QtAS. MAlt work auo wo tfwk mot yattujg mm v^catiom hear awmimfi woes gtAV KAAKES jack AMD t'AA MARRIED AUO \UWERE ARE nou Goma ou nouR. vacatlou j kar. MEEK4- AtiAumc crrH, UEVJ nor.k., cauada or neuonustoms park? but nou weed A vacatlom*vou vuorjc ward AMD MEED "THE JACK. *whkt fo 00 TOlAOItKOVJ 15 a MOUOAN. HOW IS THE TOVUU lOM-a ER -TO 06SERV/s A MOblOAWbi THE FEATHERHEADS by L. f. Van Zelm FELIX BOUGHT WHAT W6 TERMED d VICIOUS DOG ' FROM THE CITY POUND 30 he would have protect/on FROM ONE OR TWO THREATENING NEIGH E0R5 t \9 Anything but Vicious — AND I'M TELLING TOU FOR THE LAST TiME, MR. SLAUGH , IF YOU ROLL AMY MORE BOWLING BALLS ACROSS THE ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 10 December 1925

Xr.i umiM A,*A UK.MIM:RAT AW® rat**. fp* MHTK. Tf RLrt CLAIM ■f r, tJ.."1 ■. • Big Sum far Wait* LIFE WILD IN MATTO GR09S0 No. 14647 CITATION B* PUBLICATION. won cm op nuNd acooukt— ESTATES OP DECEDBNTS. —" THE STATE OF TEXAS, ______ THB 8T ^ 0** TEXAS. ' <fo the Sheriff or any Constable of . T6 the' Sheriff or ^ay. Constable .>jaTarPo County—OREBTINO: Women Hav* te Be Taught to of Navar^p County—GREETING: % YOU ARE rtEnr^v COMMAND ■' * i " .r-rj ... ,1 *M It waste jlBr*v .' Wear Clothes. ' OTTMMS. There e^liii^&ttou.*' *Eedson:> aati YO.U AltE. HEREBY COM|£ANiD. t0 causo the following notice ,t .. H EJ>, |Qo. mini in en. -..William -Mlcolle ^qpg. pu '-JUhhed lu a newspaper of feiS tie Janeiro. Brarli^—An educa- B8t' Mafcler i^isoll •NUKoIle,by mak- .gene<;'«tl circulation which bait bo^n exhibited la Xilo 'n,? publication oi v tnls^ citation fcontliiuocsly and, regclarly puhlish- the Wild >«• nd onccf'in rtach W<tfk for Tour fijccea- %d for a . perk>d of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 17 December 1925

V VOLUME XXXV1V CORSiCANA, TEXAS, DEC. 17, 1925 NO. # t A Merry Christmas to all! We will reserve or mail FRBB DeVoe Weather Chart, 1926 Fill out the coupon below and bring, send or mail to us. We want you to have one. Visit our store when in town. Cat this oat tad mall U> at with your address: NAME R. F. IX. Fostofftce V THK OLD JAIL 18 BEING TORN DOWN. WHERE ARE YOLR VAI ARE UR SECURITY? PAPERS AS SA"E? The Navarro County Jail build- ing is beinjf razed—torn down. Work taring the building down started Monday. The old build- ing is to make room for a new' and more modern butlding, which ie to cost the tax payers $86,- 500. It estimated that the new Jail will be one of the best equip- ped jail institutions in the 8tate of Texas. The old Sail was erected in 1892 and the commissioners de- cided that a new jail was neces- sary. The old jail when erected was built to accommodate 60 prisoners but has housed many more than that number at one time, having housed as nviny as 150 during t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 17 December 1925

C0RS1CANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH AILMENTS OF cotton YOUNG GIRLS Relieved by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound School Teacher's Experience Ev&naton, Wyoming.—"A few year* •go 1 had troubles every month such aa girls often have, and would suffer awfully every time. I was teaching school and it made it hard for me as I had to go to bed for two or three days. One day my mother sugges- ted that I take Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound, which I did, and it did wonders for me. In the course of a year I married and after my first baby was bom I got up too soon and it caused a displacement. This troubled me so that I could hardly walk or do my housework. I knew what the Vegetable Compound did for me be- o1 took it again. It strength* tne and now I have five little kiddies. The eldest is six, the baby is five months old and I have twin boys three years old and a boy of five years. I do all my own housework, washing and ironing, and I never felt better in my life. I owe my health t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 17 December 1925

< • CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH "7~" aces MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL By Charles Su^hroe t Wiwift N«%-tj>4|i«t tJoiwa E TV WRONlil ■>gt.E y | wermwa ■ this GOW t*i RICH ■> AMD Mtmce ox VW * c_e Goe?'^°V 0*ZL "SffiZ&S&isi V^J \ ' ■ " i.A. ITS TIUE TO 00 tO PtUME*., AUO f GOSH* . uogj \ OR6AO \"T For Prunes and Hash C «>' © ts> POUT THEM HAVE AkN VARtfiTV AT VOU*. 30AW>I J^ OHj SUAW! ? U0W6C% TMES WAWe *TUKEE DlFFfcREUT UAWES FOR THE MEALS * By L F. Van Zelm 4;\Vr«i fi N t|«i|Wf IxlM In the Wrong House THE FEATHERHEADS COME BACK HERE, . YOU LITTLE FISHf YESTERDAY FELIX WENT TO THE ROOF To request mrs. 5laugh to take her WASHING OFF HIS RADIO AERIAL. v\w THANK HEAVENS "WIS ONE'S OPEN / d thief \ K\\y _ n MR. SLAUGH OBJECTED TO FELIX'S tone of voice AND •A CHASE ACCtoSS the roofs followed £ Events in the Lives of Little Men Our Pet Peeve r OH ITS SHOWING, snow iN6 5 f \WELL- \ WONPffi W\f\i FOUR I (A 60INO IP THAT PARTY is rueoufcrt (pOlNv MW& E III WRI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 17 December 1925

obmicana Dkmockat am nvn' sw • i fienocrat and Trntfa rmOl COLQUITT, PTOU8HKD WBKXX.Y • - *■> Odiaorial and Buslnes Office ilk •Vest Collin Strati. Pen* 4X2 Some men we too lujr to bare ' gopd luck. I am conviuced that digestion ^ia the great secret of life, and that ^character talents, virtues and <caalltles are powerfully affected by beef, mutton, piecrust aud rich jttups.—Sydney .Smith. mn WESTBROOKS DIES AT HOME KERENS. G. M. (Mid) Westbrooks for ^50 years prominent in affairs of Navarro Couaty, died at his home ^at Kerens Monday morning at tho uce of 81 years. Funeral occurred Tuesday af- ternoon at the Methodist church «I Kerens, the services conducted by Rev. Mr. Crawford, Methodist minister >Jro,u-< Midlothian, who -was a former pastor of the de- •oenBed. llurial was in the Kerens tceroetery. lie was a man of fine charac- ter, well known and loved by all. HJi passing is regreted by his i^riondB, and their sysmpathy goes ««nt to the family, Mrs. C. W. CMrCluney. K...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 17 December 1925

• • i -T,> HAT W TMIIH • • • V • IF KIDNEYS ACT BAD TAKE SALTS Says that Backache often means you hare been eating too much meat When you wake up with backache and dull misery in the kidney region it may mean you have been eating too much meat, says a well-known authority. An excess of meat may form uric acid, whieh overworks the kidneys in their effort to Alter it from the blbod and they be- come sort of paralyzed and loggy. When your kidneys get sluggish and clog you must relieve them, like you relieve your bowels, removing all the body's urinous waste, else you have backache, sick headache, dizzy spells; your stomach uours, tongue is coated, ami wl:cn the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment, channels often get sore, water scalds and you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night. Either consult a good, reliable physi- cian at#nce or get from your pharma- cist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonf ul ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 17 December 1925

C0R8ICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH GREAT GREASE Whether 'grease be on akin or clothing—it vanishes when GRANDPA'S WONDER Pine Tar Soap is used. Rugs look like new when scoured with Genuine Pine Tar lather. Use either hard or soft water. Stains are removed and colors brightened. At all deal- ers in two sizes—medium and large—at popular prices. , Tba Bum Soap Co., Dafrtoa. 0. Soap makers linct 1878 Lore for Dog-Owners By Albert Payson Terhune HOW IT ALL STARTED 'FARM' POULTRY SPRlft&TEP Rubber Heels -Greater Comfort "LongerWear llnttad States Rut «r Compel WEAR A SUIT OF Waterproof Whipcord In Oxford or Brown Colors Coat and trousers $10.00 (Single trousers 3.50 Bend for samples and maasurlng blank. EDWARD S. Al'I'EI. A CO. 100 Hopklnx I'lnff - Baltimore, Md. Hides.FursiWool Pocans m Not AMtertive "Did you order soup, sir?" "No, no. I merely said I would like lome If there Is nny left." "DIAMOND DYES" COLOR THINGS NEW SJust Dip to Tint or Boil to Dy« Each 15-cent pack- age contains dire...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 17 December 1925

TORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Ft £ It's Cruel to "Physic" a Child OR. CALDWELL I ATAOBOS I To Dr. \V. I!. c„|(i. well, of Miiritiocllo, 111., n prnctli ln« phy- i( Rlclun for -17 years, li It seemed cruel that so many conHtipatw] Infants and children had to be kept con- stantly "stirred Tip" and half sick by tak- ing cathartic pills, tablets, salts, cnloinel and nasty oils. While he knew that constipation was the cause of nearly oil children's little Ills, lie did not be- lieve that a sickening "purge" or "physic" every little while was uec- essary. In Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin he discovered a laxative which regulates the bowels. A single dose will es- tablish natural, healthy bowel move- ment for weeks at a time, even If tho child was chronically constipated. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin not only causes a gentle, easy bowel move- ment but, best of all, it Is often months before another dose Is necessary. Be- sides, It Is absolutely harmless, and so pleasant that even a cross, fever...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 17 December 1925

i S$s' 1 p i '.' ft- I -V Animalt That Pots*at Kaon Sansa of Humor Animals vary greatly la disposition. Soma ara kindly, some cross; some are aatnrally sad and solemn, others are merry und Ut'ht-heiirted. You could not jioiilbly imagine a ■loth smiling or a helloelt Indulging in • practical Joke, l-ui some monkeys, moat parrots, and nueb birds as tlte Jackdaw and inaKiiii* have a dlatlnci tf crude sense of Uu.nur. Tile writer has seen u parrot whistle up a dog, imitating the call made by Its master. When the tins arrived the par- rot went off into a peal of laugh'er and the hoaxed animal slunk away with Its tall between its legs. This used to luppen almost every day. Another parrot enci succeeded In making a trainload of people believe that they had run over a child. Sud- den cries followed by low moaning rang out from beneath the wheels. A monkey aboard ship used to amuse Itself in the cook's absence by turning «• the water taps In order to enjoy the cook's fury when he found the w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 24 December 1925

VOLUME XXXY1Y CORS1CANA, TEXAS, DEC. 24. 1925 NO. 5 A Merry Christmas to all! We will reserve or mail FRBB DeVoe Weather Chart, 1926 Fill out the coupon below and bring, send or mail to us. We want you to have one. Visit our store when in town. P. & S. PHARMACY EAST COLLIN HTKKHT, NORTH SIDE OF THE STREET Cat thle out and mall to ua with your address: name R. P. D.. PoatofAce J WHERE ARE YOUR SECURITIES? ARE YOUR VAJMJABLU PAPERS AS SAFE? V Theae can be Torrtsocne queatlona—and usually ara— If you do not u«e the fireproof, burglar-proof vaulta of a strong, dependable bank. Our safe depoalt raulta are of the moat modern type, conatructed of tbe fineat and moat lndeatructlble ateel and capable of giving absolute security to your valuable papers. A private compartment coata you only a few cents a day an1 provides tb* uttennoat jrfvaey and Here Is wishing ull our readers a real happy Christmas. We have been wishing this same thing on our readers for nearly thirty-sev- en tin-es annu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 24 December 1925

VMOS UMAT O ■ " . AM0C SBXJTlm IMHIW Of A ^01 toti VIVCM Wu> MOT fWK> UP«*M0f *1,000,000 MM. |M UMBIt' MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL U..9ML, OM *m« ttlCOMO OMi OP *H4' OATTkC, ocufctw ARAMT «surr PBUMB, BUT \ «*&, •>u(i mnowu OBOOMmrr, aanftm.. -mis MA« SUfU OCT MttMDt * VUBU., VW PIT UP M OOWIM TUAT HIU. TIM. IT GOT «0 ftUPPBBM VHHW Stoop W6 oootourr QrrAUO M40 I V*PT CMHSRIU' YHB MUfUU, OP, UmC I oorr «MOT «0 MAU4 TIM98 VkT I OOOUHif GTAMP UP MO MOM AT AM., SO TWW POT Ml IU1M 4MMOUmOM NUAOOM-* OW TimerTettsOne MO,am., -ma AMMUUKtOM VUAOOM OOMT NtA $E£UV> I MAO 60 mam* svxurs im N« 1 THE FEATHERHEADS BjrLFVa. OWMin Wwefeie WltRDfff felix had papers served on john siaush, his neighbor upstairs, charging him with assault and Battery. 30 OH, MR. SLAUGH IS FURIOUS AT tXlR HUS6UN FOR HAVING THOSE &PERS SERVED ON HIM.ttU KNOW HE'S A BAD ACfoR AND SWEARS HE'LL T4KE THE LAW IN HIS OWN HANDS he was clean inc a shot gun this horning when i went in to borrow a cup of sugar h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 24 December 1925

corsicana democrat and truth ROAD PROBE TO BE RESUMED IN TRAVIS COUNTY NEW GRAND JURY WILL CON. VENE IN AU8TIN DEC. 7 report silent on quiz Retiring Body Panes Investigation to Successor; Testimony Turned Over to Attorney Austin, Texas.—Contrary to gen- eral expectations, the Travis County grand Jury, which spent several weeks Investigating State highway affairs, adjourned without making any report on the result of the investi- gations, but passed all State matters <to the next grand Jury which con- venes on Monday. Dec. 7, and which At Is understood, will continue the Investigation. The brief report submitted to Judge James R. Hamilton, of the Criminal ^District Court, made no reference to •highway matters, except Indirectly, when their report said that "such matters as have appeared impracti- cal of final disposition at this time bave been passed for the considera- tion of the next Jury." The report also indicated that rec- ords of testimony taken during the session have been t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 24 December 1925

"SSSSBSfSBSm e—WAN * WMWC1AT AND TM7HI Bemocrai sod Trath rmoi cohqoti*. NOTICE TO OWNERS OP AUTOMOBILES. The T«u Autompb le Head- light L*w requires that every mo. torlat, «t the tin* of registration, prestnt to the Tax Collector • ■ii i .1 .. i i" headlight certificate which hM Miaorial and Baaiaee Of five u« been leaned by a teat atatioa with'- liit Colltn Street. Pone 4IS is thirty day* or the date of the s., . date of regiatration- If the car rr r" T n, or truok to be registered la not Coolldg* la promised a warm gquipp^j W|th headiampe, the reg- ■me with hU World Court pro- utr„t w|„ be p«rm lted t0 *rmxn' . ■ -* J make affidavit to that effect and " this affldar't will take the pflace WORSK PAWS YOUNG MAN 0j a hefMuigj,t certificate. Early CAUSING CONCUSSION BRAIN. te8tIng and regi8tration wiU he!p A ' the te8t stations and the Tax Col. Archie Cooper, 11 years of age. loctor ^ save time for the ■i In the Navarro Connty Hospital m0t0riat. aaSering from concussion of the Motori...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 24 December 1925

rxmsicvsa uMixam aw nir: :i DRINK WATER KIDNEYS BOTHER „ * Take a Tablespoonful of Salts if Back Pains or Bladder is Irritated FARM HARKEnNG SALESMANSHIP No. 14,11* CITATION BY PUBLICATION. Addreaa (y Farmer Ucutenunt Qmr aec Lyneh Davidson, D*<ivcr«d Be- fore Ha wet en. Oalaemanehlp Club, Houston, Texan, Flush your kidneys by drinking a quart of water each day, also take salts occasionally, says a noted authority, who tells us that too much rich food forms acids which almost paralyze the kidneys in their efforts to expel it from the blood. They become sluggish and weaken; then you may suffer with a dull misery in the kidney region, sharp pains in the back or sick hcadache, dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue is coated, and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine gets cloudy, full of sediment, the chazuiab often get sore and irritated, obtigtag you to seek relief two or three times during the night. To help neutralise these irritating acids; to help cleans...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 24 December 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH • ^ *Never . Surpassed as a SHAMPOO The genuine Pine Tar and fresh ■weet Cocoanut Oil id GRAND- PA'S WONDER Soap are good for the hair, making this' sbap a fine ihampoo. Recommended idr dandruff and akin eruptiona. It makes dirt dlaappear like magic with either hard or soft water, whether hot or cold. Sold by all dealers in two tires—medi- um and large—at popular prices. The Bitm 8m* Co., Dsytea, O. .. .. Soap maktrj tine* it/« Tn*' pood Dickey's OLD RELIABLE Eye Water relieve* sun and wind-burned eyea. Doesn't hurt. Genuine In Red Foldlu " X S: ox. 25c at all druggists or bjr mall ICKEY DRUG CO., Bristol, Va.-Tenn. Generous Christmas Gift Offer - Only $3.00 An attractive aanortment of our flnett tollst good! for only *5. Included era 11.16 box of K renidla. 0-oa. JonquilTbllet Water, 1 cake our Complexion Soap, Wo box Dellela Pace Powder, and beautiful Dellcfa House Compact. Make Otirtatmaa ahopplng ea r t>T ordering several of iheae exceptional glft...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 24 December 1925

0 rORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH "Now I Am Well and the Mother of Two Children" Just Another Story About the Goodness of PE-RU-NA Mrs. Anna Linder, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 44, Dassel, Meeker County, Minn., writet: "For two years I suffered with that terrible disease, chronic catarrh. Fortunately I saw your advertisement and took Pe-ru-na. Now I am well and the mother of two children. I owe it all to Pe-ru-na. I would not be without that great remedy for twice its cost, for I am well and strong now. I cannot speak in too high terms of its value as a medi- cine." For more than half a century Dr. Hartman's Pe-ru-na has been per- forming just such wonderwork as this. Pc-ru-na Is sold everywhere in both tablet and liquid form. In- sist upon having genuine Pe-ru-na. Double Entry Clerk—I've—er—liad an addition to my family, sir. Dealer (absent-mindedly) — Addi- tion? Well, if It's correct, enter it In the ledcer — Hood Hardware. MOTHER! Clean Child's Bowels with "California Fig Syrup" k\ Hurry M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 24 December 1925

CUKSlCAAjt i> truth E Rank Health With Three "IV Is Pier By MARIE K. JOHNSON As an education"! < it>Je<t for chll- health about.! !>ul<l equal rank '•!'li the three ••UV In the cur- riculum of pub- lic schools. Doc- '<>rs declare that without a healthy, sturdy body-It Is Impos- ilble for tbechIM to have a healthy, happy mind. Neflect of childhood defects may result In permanent phyei- Mtrle K. Johnson. caj impairment htw on. Many childhood Ilia are traceable directly to malnutrition. school atudenta especially • variety In foods fer at this •ft (Mr growth Is rapid. The pro* Ml er "building food" should be •fcsndant for high school boys and (Ms When they boy their luncheons, aigh school pupils are apt to display a preference tor chocolate sodas. •Nam puffs and candy. An appetising luncheon put up at home Is muc|) to be preferred to the sort the hoy or glti might obtain at the corner store •Mr the ichool. Meat Is all right for the school IHrhim but It should be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 7 January 1926

VOLUME FORTY CORSICANA, TEXAS, JANUARY 7, NO. J # State National Bank Invites your account, whether it be large 4>r small. We can better care for you than ever. Give us a chance to prove our splendid banking service. POSTAL RECEIPTS AT CORSICANA POSTOFFICE THREE PER CENT DECREASE KOTKE rAKMKltS, (JOOI) ' -- SPEAK Kits COMING 15TH. Among the spakers who will ad- ,1 THE CHANGING WORLD State National Bank North Corner Ronton and Collin Streets, CORSICANA, TEXAS Accord tig to the official figures dress the County-wide meeting Jivide pu'ijlic by Postmaster May- ot business men and farmess In er Wednesday or this week, the Corsicana on next Friday, Janu-j postal receipts for the Corsicana 15th will be A. K. (Dad) postofflce phow only three per Short, director of the Sears-Roe- T OLKSS the world is ino'vln' on, cent decrease from the peak of re. &uek Agricultural Foundation, k "i*?.," ."I'l" i!„D!!?S! ceipts during the great oil boom, Jj>allas and Victor H. Schoffelmay. days of 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 7 January 1926

.4 9' CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH WOMEN OF RIDDLE AGE At This Critical Period Let Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound Help Yon Safely Through Milwaukee. Wis.—"I have always wanted to tell you what a good medi- cine I think the Vegetable Com- pound is. Over a year ago I became weak and run- down, and my back hurt all the time. I was not able to do my light housework. I went to njy family doc- tor <nd he treated me for over a month and didn't help me. I saw your name in the paper and the name of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I said to my husband, 'I will try that and see if ft will help me.' I have taken six bottles and am feeling much better, but I am still taking it as it is the Change of Life with me and I will keep on till it la over."—Mrs. Annie Kwinski, rear 6261st Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. Brewton, Alabama.—"During the Change of Life I suffered for some time during each month with head- aches and backache, and waa hardly able to do my work at those times. A fri...

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