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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 February 1904

r 1 IppaiP • ' •• • i . * 'V ' 'J&'W !§£?• TWENTf-THIRD TEAS 8HERMA , TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, C^BBUAST 10,1904, 4.30 PM 50 CENTS PER MONTH . K nunm /• ,Yiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiihn'""" iCorrect Corset Models!; - - ^ There was wisdom in the young suitor's reply whem the father : I assured him that his daughter was a mere school girl—he wasn t a bit ■ ■ excited. "I know it," lie said, "I came early to avoid the rush.' \ It's time you were thinking of placing your spring Corset order, «• and when vou - make a move in this direction, the first thing you ■ ' ought to do is to think of our line—not necessarily became it's our line, : : but because it embraces the world's best corset products, such as . . Redfern, P. P., American Lady, W. B., Warners, J. B. and E. G. Each and everv one selected with care so that we can properly fit everv figun*. Some late models just installed for jour choosing. V ' American Lady Corset Longfelo Model $1.50 Made of finest French Batiste, lace trimmed, construc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 February 1904

X>aily X)emocrat Q. O. & E. C. HUNTER, Editors and Proprietors. J. NELSON DICKERMAN, Associate Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES—Daily, 50c per month, $5.00 per year (when paid in advance.) Weekly, $1-00 per year. TELEPHONES; Business and Editorial Offices (Both phones) 111 Society Editor (old phone) 253 TALKING BACK. Sh-srman Democrat: "Senator Bailey opposed and voted against the recent loan to the World's Fair upon lae ground that municipalities ought to furnish the money for these exposi- tions, and that the precedent was not a good one, and, like the brook, it is liable to "go on forever.'" While the people of the great south- west want to see the big show suc- ceed, most of us will agree that Sena- tor Bailey is right this time.—Dallas Times-Herald. Tyler Courier: "In preparing to make the Trinity river navigable, the government engineer two years ago advised cutting the timber out of the banks and turning it into the bed of the river, where it should be burned-' The Courier m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 February 1904

ix" m m u No Man Too Old To Regain and Retain THE FIRE AND VIGOR OF YOUTH ENTIRELY NEW AND PROVED METHODS NO GUESSWORK NO EXPERIMENTING ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY Honest Treatment and Reasonable Charges Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood, Sparmatorrhoea, Niglit Emis- sions, etc. successfully treated. Syphilis, Gonorrhoea and Gleet per- manently cured. Drethal stricture cured by a new remedy at home. Varicocele cured by our new method. Thousands have been cured at home by corresponding with us and medicine sent them. Safe and speedy cure guaranteed after others have failed. Send f<Jr our Symptom Blank. Correspondence confidential. Address DRS. BETTS & BETTS 067 MAIN STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. 1 9 O 4 =TH£= « H. 3c T. O. R. R. Has l hi- BEST PASSEXtJER SERVICE IX TI1E SOUTH 3T O i 5 i II V Each Way, Making DircctConnec- i sl^ A. S Pi lion With Lines for .... NORTH, EAST and WEST THROUGH PULLHAN SLEEPERS TO St. Louis Kansas City Dallas Ft. Worth WaCO and Austin Far Fall Information anil Rates, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 February 1904

„ 9 'V* T goooooooooooooooooooooooog I FOR ONE WEEK 0 50 pieces Fancy Silk, valued at 50c. to g g $1.00 a yard, closing crice g A YARD- 8 1,000 Ladies' White Waists, heavy, medium and light weight, worth $1.50 0 to $2.00 each, closing price g s n.oo sm § o The Bargain of the Year. § i Ike Exstein & Bro. v oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 1111111111111111111111111111111 Drink Hot Soda i And Defy the Cold 4 i'i 11 n hi 11M !■ v Our delicious hot soda warms, rests and stim- ulates you. It is a defense against cold and colds. Aside from its refreshing qualities as a beverage, hotrsoda is even more valuable because of its power to sustain warmth and reinforce vitality. It would be a first-rate plan if everybody took to drink these days, provided the drink was as bene- ficial as our hot beverages. EADER, The Druggist, Phone 291. inn in mi in milium mil milium hi Christy, Fisher and Gilbert pictures are appropriate for valentines. $1.00 each at Moon & Sanders'. 10-4t Cures croup, sore th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 11 February 1904

gaftjoafcy 11 J* 3Ss §§& --jfagps* SMl' y SaP SHERMAN a TWENTY-THIRD YEAR SHERMAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1904, 4.30 P M 50 CENTS PE^^IONTH / OF INTEREST TO MEN STRONG AND GARFIELD CD'S 'COLONIAL' TWO DAYS ONLY SPECIAL SALE OF Strong & Garfield's ■Renowned Shoes for Men $5.00 quality for $4.00 $6.00 quality for. $5.00 Strong & Garfield's Shoes ss£ss.".&rss stvie and tit they have no equal. We have a great variety of stvies, from a full dress to extra heavy for general service, also every kind of leat her, Patent Vici, Patent Colt with kid or mat kid toi>sj all over Patent Vici, Box Calf and Vici Kid, single, medium or double soles, all sizes from 5 to 11, all widths from A to EE, for this Sale TWO DAYS ON'LY, $5.00 quality $4.00, $6.00 quality $5.00. LATE ARRIVALS IIS Gent's Furnisnrfig Section Eagle Shirts need no introduc- tion, suffice is to say we have just received our new spring shipment. We show a magnificent line of Eagle Shirts of finest woven madra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 11 February 1904

iBWWTI" «:i-S / - i m Democrat 40,4 6.C. HUNTER, UKori and Proprietors. J. NELSON DICKERMAN, Associate Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES—Daily, 50c P** month, 95jOO per year (when 1« advance.) Weekly, *1.00 per TELEPHONES: and Editorial Offices Editor (old phone) Missouri democrats, led by Senator Stone, have met and launched the presidential boom of Senator Cock fell. The senior senator from Mis- souri has been slow to recognize the expediency of allowing his name to be noed In the presidential scramble, and it is claimed that he at first looked upon it as a scheme to shelve him for Champ Clarke or some other politi clan. Since Clark has "crossed his heart" and sworn in half a dozen dia- lects that he is innocent of treachery towards Cockrell, regular democrats Have convinced the leary friends of the grand old man that the leaven is working and that it is genuine stuff and not sentiment or treachery. Cock- rell had best not resign to run, but keep going back to Washington as long as his s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 11 February 1904

v.' fc No Man Too Old To Regain and Retain THE FIRE AND VIGOR OF YOUTH ENTIRELY NEW AND PROVED METHODS NO GUESSWORK HO EXPERIMENTING ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY Honest Treatment and Reasonable Charges Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood. Sparmatorrlioea, Night Emis- sions, etc. successfully treated. Syphilis, Gonorrhoea and Gleet per- manently cured. Urethal stricture cured by a new remedy at home. Varicocele cured by our new method. Thousands have been cured at home by corresponding with us and medicine sent them. Safe and speedy cure guaranteed after others have failed. Sond for our Symptom Blank. Correspondence confidential. Address DRS. BETTS & BETTS 367 SI AIX STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. ICl'REDWHENOlHEflSfAlim. 1056 "Winnemac Avenue. Chicago, III., Oct. 25,1902. Wine cf Cardui can always be relied upon to cure when everything else fails. It is a certain cure for female diseases in their worst I.inns. I suffered for years -with ulcer- ation. Intense pains in thewombandovaries antl dri-artful ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 11 February 1904

^ J. cooooooog ft OWE WEEK I 50 pieces Fancy Silk, valued at 50c to $ $1-00 a yard, closing tjrice ?"""« yarp- 1,000 Ladies' Wliite Waists, heavy, % xned and light weight, worth $1.50 g to &2.00 each, closing price A si .oo usa The Bargain af the Year. | e Eistein & Bro. O O IlLMD BHIBllNKSf What the Railroaders Are Doing. ®t®t®t®¥§>V ®*®*®*®*3& Offices Not Coming. Several days ago it was • rumored here that the general offices of the Frisco system were to be transferred to Sherman. The matter has been worked on since that time, and it Is now believed to be. a sure thing that the offices will remain in Fort Worth, where they have been for some tin . The Democrat makes this statement on the grounds that an additional story of the Wheat building, in that city, has been secured to enable the offices to have more room. It is not known whether or not the officials have had the matter regarding the re- moval under consideration, but it was stated here that the offices were ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 24 February 1905

WAR} 8hi •Cid fst Wg la tsf . Juda Sherlj ••Clerk] I second [Judge Sheriff • CJerk Mon. |May; 1 third Jre- #■ FRIDAY •V*/* SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY SHERMAN, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 24, 1905, 4:30 P. M. FRIDAY 50 CENTS PE >M4^/l 1111111H 1111111111111 n 1151" 11111111\ w Extraordinary &ilK Value sAU SilK. Chiffon f Taffeta t h 50c yard We have just received a big assortment of all Silk Chiffon Taffetta—all best spring shades of green, blue, brown, white and leather shades, in monatones and changeable effects. These we bought much under ruling value. A Silk well worth 75c on sale at per yard — JvC HE GREAT I OW PPICE DRY GOODS STO n 111111 ii 11 mi in i J Democrat Want Ads Pay. l-V/ THE Grayson County National Bank SHERMAN TEXAS. CAPITAL $200,000.00 STOCKHOLDERS' LIABILITY— 200,000.00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS - 40,000.00 / ■-> .. \ M. B. PITTS, President. C. N. ROBERTS, Cashier. $440,000.00 OFFICERS: C. A. ANDREWS, Vice President. J. M. THOMPSON, Vice President. AFTER THE THIEF. Re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 24 February 1905

H THE SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, FEE ill! DEMOCRAT ERMAN, TEXAS. O. A E. C. HUNTER. tors and Proprietor*. NELSON DICKERMAN, Associate Editor. «S3 OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF 8HERMAN. SUBSCRIPTION RATES—Dally, 60c per month, 95.00 per year (when paid In advance.) Weekly, $1.00 per year. TELEPHONES: Business and Editorial Offices (Both Phones) Ill wftrsojv / I COWVrY\ i COLUN CO. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Mayor. A. A. FIELDER. W. R. (WILL) KIMBALL. R. R. HAZLEWOOD. For Alderman Fourth Ward: J. B. SHAW.JJ For Alderman Third Ward: FRANK WALCOTT. For Alderman Second Ward: C. F. GRIBBLE. BILL D.ISSATISFIEO. "Bill moved up to the city, T'other day," said Mrs. Glenn, "But, My! ho didn't like it, So he come back home again, Bill sez the chance fer comfort Wus entirely too slim, He sez he'll be a farmer, No more city life fer him. "Bill found, a place to live In But his room wus fur frum right 'Twus kep' so warm the watej-' Never froze a single nlghtj An' though he had^i matt.rejSs, That wus ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 24 February 1905

rat Mo in a a It. 1. Juda. Sierli • • Clerk i Isecond iJudgo pherij I Clerk 1 /K!I flPjJPk '< FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24. (THE SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. urn hiihhiihiihiuhuhh iniiiiniiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnHiii uctionl ^ AuctionI f The Big Auction Sale, Beginning Saturday, Feb. 25th, at 11 O'clock, A. M., The P. P. Await Supply Co., 200-202-204 East Houston Street • re. slact Pre- :lnc* iloa $>j | ted. early take advan- purchased, and ill sell to the hignest bidder lor cash, any and everything from their immense stock of goods consisting of all kinds of Furniture from KITCHEN TO PARLOR, Queedsware, Hardware, Racket Goods of all kinds and Musioal Instruments and supplied. /\|JD AAA QTTC^dC of Goods of every description will be offered to you at your own price and when you can buy goods at v tage of it. For your convenience, if you do not wish to pay all down, we will allow you to make a dep pay balance within thirty days. Take advantage of this -opportunity, and buy your goods. Courteo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 24 February 1905

> THE EVILS OF CONSTIPATION. Everyone Knows When He is Consti- pated end Everyone Should Know the Risk He is Running When He Fails to Promptly Correct !t. Amy Disease Epidemic or Otherwise to Wkicb He or She May be Exposed Is Sure to Result Seriously. There are two ways to remove consti- pation; the wrong way is to drench the bowels with a powerful, griping, drastic cathartic that injures the coating of the bowel channels and produces an early return of the trouble in a more chronic form. The right way is to use a natural, easy and mild laxative that tones up and strengthens the bowels and leaves a healthful influence behind it. Prickly Ash Bitters will empty the bowels just as thoroughly as the harsher cathartics, and combines all the tonic and strength- ening properties necessary to perma- nently cure the habit. Accept no substitute. Insist on having the genuine Prickly Ash Bitten with the large ature 8 in red on the front label. Sold Everywhere, Price $1.00. MIIIIIIIIIIIIHMI I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 24 February 1905

i* ■ /vr 7 ,v 1/ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24. THE SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. HOSPITALS CROWDED MAJORITY OF PATIENTS WOMEN Mrs. Pinkham's Advice Saves Many From this Sad and GoatJy Experience • It is a sad but ktrue tact that "every year ► brings an in- crease in the number of opera- tions performed | upon women in our hospitals. More thanthree- I fourths of the .patients lying Ion those snow white beds are women and girls who are awaiting or recovering from opera- tions made necessary by neglect. Every one of these patients had plenty of warning in that bearing down feeling, pain at the left or right of the womb, nervous exhaustion, pain in the small of the back, leucorrhcea, dizzi- ness, flatulency, displacements of the womb or irregularities. All of these symptoms are indications of an un- healthy condition of the ovaries or womb, and if not heeded the trouble will make headway until the penalty has to be paid by a dangerous opera- tion, and a lifetime of impaired useful- ness at best, while...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 24 February 1905

\ \ PAGE FOUR THE SHERMAN DAILY" DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24. mmmm. SHERMAN'S GOVERNMENT BUILDING Furnished by Turner, Wilson * Co. Chicago Grain and Provisions. February 24. Open. High. Low. Close. I Wheat— July.... May Corn- .. 101i 102) 118| 101| 118) July.... May. Oats- • ty .. 461 481 48 47| m July May ,. 801 311 31 301 30| Pork- May Lard— May Ribs- May 1011 118} 481 471 311 31* 12.56 6.86 6.67 Mar... . May July Oct Spots, quiet. Middling 7.75. Sales, 118. New York Cotton. February 24. Open. High. Low. Close 7.24 7.36 7.23 7.34-36 7.46 7.38 7.42-481 7.60 7.38 7.47-48 7.61 7.61 7.68-69 7.36 7 40 7.61 New Orleans Cotton. February 24. High. Low. Close. Open. Mar oB 7.33 7.36 7.41 7.61 7.23 7.26 7.29 7.43 7.32-33 7.36-36 7.39-40 7.49-60 Sales Liverpool Cotton. February 24. Open 2 p. m. Close. I Jan—Feb 3.99 3.99 4.00 Feb—Mar.... 3.90 4.01 4.00 Mar—Apr.... 3.99 4.01 4.00 Apr—May.... 4.03 4.03 4.02 May—June... 4.03 4.05 4.04 June-July.... 4.06 4.00 July—Aug.... 4.08 4.08 4.07 Aug—S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 24 February 1905

F RIDAY, FEBRUARY 24. THE SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. PAGE SEVBH * Want Ads. This It the place where nimble nlekele turn Into dollars, where you nay exchange an article you no longer need, find help for the. home or a buyer for real estate. You may have a spare room to rent, a hone or oow for sale, a buggy, sewing machine, piano or furniture to dlepose of. Some one elae wants these things. How do they know you have them If you remain sllentf You hsve lost an article. Some one may be holding It until you advertlee that you have lost It. You may have a farm to exohange for a home In town or an established business. You may have a bualnees you want to dispose of. Tell It right here and If you deelre key your ad and only thoae Interacted will ever know who it Is that wants to sell. Yeu may want to swap a re- frigerator for a cook stove, or a billiard table for a buggy or you may have j some fencing, old counter, or lumber for sals. Yotf may have, an old ho«Me to eell eo you can build a bett...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 24 February 1905

r PAGE EIGHT THE SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. 7 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M. WAJVTEV-JSTOT LADIES OJSTL But Everybody to Come Out Friday Evening, 24th and Hear the Good News for Sherman. IJW DISTRICT COWRT 'ROOM. w SATURDAY THE LAST DAT FOR THE GOOD OF THE CITY OF OUR SHERMAN CITY COUNCIL PASS ED ON SEVERAL IMPOR- TANT QUESTIONS. □ TO BUILD SIDEWALKS Come early as we expect the big- gest crowd we have ever had, and want every one to get some of the bargains we are offering. Open until 11 o'clocK. Saturday night. IKE EXSTEIN t, BRO. Everything Goes, J^oihing ^Reserved, Several Property Owners to Be Noti- fied That They Must Build Side- walks—Appropriation for Paving Square. / + + + + + ♦ + PAVEMENT PARAGRAPHS. + * ♦ * + + Mr. R. A. Gibbs is confined to his room with the grip. Mrs. W. O. RateS and three child- ren are sick with the grip. Drs. Hudson & English, dentists have an ad elsewhere in this Issue. The weather indications posted to- day say it will be generally fair to- morrow. Mr. F. Dit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 March 1905

*• ■ *• ■- ! . u '. ..lSt/aA Ifc. / « A =L= SHERMAN, TEXAS, MARCH 8, 1905, 4:30 P. M, WEDNESDAY TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. WEDNESDAY 50 CENTS PER MONTH TROUBLE IN PHILIPPINES }IIIIIIMIHllimiH l*HIH lllll III16 llllll in INSURRECTION 18 REPORTED FROM THREE PROVINCES. SPECIALS For To-morrobu and All Week. % : ■ %fc $1.25 LADIES' VMDHELLA Ya|ue ®'Ke 26 Mercerized Corola Covered, fancy Dresden, plain or trimmed Congo handles, steel rods and frames, 90c #1.25 is real value, to-morrow and balance of week, choice of a big assortment, each 90c I 'JAPANESE VICTORY $1.50 LADIES' UMDHELLA Value Piece dyed Taffeta or Gloria Covered, very ment of new Dresden, plain or trimmed Ci SI .29 s large assort- ongo handles, sold for less than Paragon frames and steel rods, never #1.50, tomorrow and all week, as many as djl i)Q you like at only each u) 1 • L 7 \ Ladies' Colored or Black Umbrellas, all Prices Up to $12.00. GREAT IT 18 REPORTED THAT HEY HAVE RETREATED ALL ALONG THE LINE. In St. Petersburg, There a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 March 1905

THE SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. *Y V PAGE TWO THE INDIFFERENT FARMER. tUHIIII t±H* SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT SHERMAN, TEXAS. Q.0.4E. C. HUNTER. Editors and Proprietors. J. NELSON OICKERMAN, Associate Editor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF SHERMAN. SUBSCRIPTION RATES—Daily, BOe per month, $5.00 per year (when paid in advance.) Weekly, $1.00 per year. TELEPHONES: Business and Editorial Offlccs (Both Phones) Ill im TEJt. , - 6/Mxmv jJ / j COt/A'Tl collJN'CO. ANNOUNCEMENTS. iFor Mayor. A. A. FIELDER. W. R. (WILL) KIMBALL. R. R. HAZLEWOOD. For Alderman First Ward: H. O. HANNAH. For Alderman Second Ward: C. F. GRIBBLE. For Alderman Third Ward: FRANK WALCOTT. For Alderman Fourth Ward: J. B. SHAW. And now you see how need those "good roails." much we Tho Democrat's announcement col- umn Is still large enough to hold a few more names for city official places. President Roosevelt's southern tour lias been deferred about one week, and the Rough Riders convention at San Antonio is also postponed. THE B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 March 1905

THE SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8. PAGE THR Se 10 rk id SO ill rk in- y; rd .ct .ct I * {•i«> m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. DL m. ru- in. m. m. #i'i> ; f MWimiWllL' iSppPepI IMIiwtwWwli rmm iwrw i CONSTIPATION | Umatk m * 2 An *• MM< /«««« /<•// j /*<«.</«/ •!•!* W * * ('«'*. I'W A*.*** •UHiUMTUaiO OMIV If ' PCPSIM SYRUP CO.* Menmtuo.1u.USAJ NO NEED OF A LONG ARGUMENT! We claim it unequalled. We prove it cures always. It begins to cure your stomach troubles when you begin its use. To-day you need it if you are sick with Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Liver Trouble, Constipation or Piles. To-day you need it to prevent stomach or bowel trouble, and to strengthen and tone up body and appetite. There is no substitute for it. Dr. Caldwell's (Laxative) SYRUP PEPSIN grows more famous each day on the recommendation of its many endorsers. You will endorse it after it cures you. At Your Druggist's—50c. and $ I rOO. J M CROWNOVER A Prominent Labor Lender's Testimony. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 March 1905

WKGE POUR THE SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. WBDNE8DAY, MARCH 8. LIVING TOO HASTILY AMERICANWOMEN BREAK DOWN Irregularities and Female Oerugi ments Result —Cured by Lydla j, Pinkham'B Vegetable Compound. Owing to our mode and manner of living, and the nervous haste of every woman to accomplish just so much cach day, it is said that there is not 45* •Mrj. Cfte one woman in twenty-five but what suffers with Knrri<! derangement of tlie female organism, and this is the secret of so many unhappy homes. No woman can be amiable, light- hearted and happy, a joy to her hus- band and children, and perform the duties incumbent upon her, when she is suffering with backache, headache, nervousness, sleeplessness, bearing, down pains, displacementof the womb, spinal weakness or ovarian troubles. Irritability and snappy retorts take the place of pleasantness, and all sun- shine is driven out of the home, and lives are wrecked by woman's great enemy—womb trouble. Head this letter: Dear Mrs. Pinkham:— " ...

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