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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

THK WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. JANUARY 16, 19 08. flEATEST MONEY RAISING SALVAGE SALE!! Known in the History of Collin County NOW ON At atthews tJfOSae McKINNEY, TEXAS. >MU HAT1IRDAY! IM>MK URK! OOME EVEItY DAY >R 10 DAYS Til 18 SEAHH- KU GOES ON. A SWEEPING LNDHE1DE OK BARGAINS. I $55,000.00 WORTH OF SEASONABLE ss= M K RC1IANDISE CONSISTING OF DItY GOODS, LAD IES' AND GENTS'/FI'UNTS1I.NGS; \l,SO CLOTHING, LADIES, MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES TO MR CLEANED OlTT REGARD LESS OP COST. THE MOST MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF MERCHANDISE KNOWN WILL MEET YOUR EYE ON ENTERING THIS GREAT STORE OF HARGAINS. A FAIR, A SHOW, AN EXHIBITION NEVER TO HE FORGOTTEN BY YOU. A MARVEL- OUS UNDERTAKING TO TURN SUCH A MASS OF MERCHANDISE INTO CASH IN TEN DAYS. FOR THIS REASON THE HEAVY CUTTING AND SLASHING OK PRICES IS NECESSARY. NOTICE CAREFULLY EVERY DEPARTMENT AND PIUCB LISTED ON EVERY ARTICLE. Beginning Saturday, January 18th, at 9 a. m. Positively Closes Wednesday, January 29th LOOK FOR THE ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 January 1908

m i i f ARE YOU SATISFIED DOES row CIGAR PLEASE YOU 9 A Rood cigar Is the kind that satisfies entirely. The Hind that gets right Into the heart and the soul of the smoker, the kind that makes you talk about It und the man who gives it to you. We have that Cigar now hut it'* IO cent*, and It's the beat value for 10 cent" we have ever offered our trade and we have sold some good enes. One of these will satisfy you uiore and give you greater real pleuMurty than tlirw or- dinary 3-cciitcr*. 9 Don't let that eonaefvutjve streak in your nature keep y< u from proving what we Ar. If you don't believe It we will jci*c you one Just to evi- dence our faith in it as a trade getter. Now about this Cigar—It's called the "LAURENCE BARRETT" NAnd is A "Mild Havana Smoke.' It's made by an Independent cigar factory that is fight- ing the trust "tooth and nail" and successfully, too. It's good size, beautiful shape and elegant finish and a few whiffs of Its delicious aroma will drive away the blues ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 January 1908

... ^ •_ ri:VT\-l'( l KTH YEAH, NO. 50. McKINXEV, COLLIN COI'NTY, TKXAH, 'l lll l!S|)\V, JAM .%|{\ 1M. |imw. WOODMEN RALLY HERE hefe was a busy time hi Mugtio- Oamp No. 481, W, O. W., Monday t. Four were initiated Into tin* terlf>8 of Woodcraft, and twenty- t triplication* were filed for lhershlp. This makes fifty-Mix members who have joined dur- he past two weeks, ihe Camp up onday night having a memfter- of 200, being second In the >■ now in membership, Far- ivllle coming first. ere Is much enthusiasm among Woodmen, anent the big inltia- comlng "ff here on Thursday, i wch 26th, at which time 1500 Kidmen of the county. Including 500 to lie initiated, are expect- Capt. J. H. Nichols' Crack De- e Team W, O. W., of Farmers- e, will put on the work, assisted other teams of the county. 'Phere three or four W. O. W. uniform- andn In the county, and an invl- n will be extended to all of to come In and discoursewweet lc for the occaHion. banquet will be given all the odmen after the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 January 1908

K THROUGH HEAD Thomas Cox, formerly of tbls city, wiiere he has many friends, it hot aud killed himself In the baggage room si the Texas aud Pacific depot In Dallas Wednesday. the bul- let entering his head aud death re- milting instantly. The act was wit- nessed by the baggagemaster and several other persons in the room. After firing the shot Cox fell to the floor and w.a dead when the men reached him. Medical assistance whh at once summoned to the unfor- tunate man but he was beyond hope of recovery. Patrolmen Charles Funning and Kph Tanuer naiumoned the Coroner and undertaker. When Judge W. M. Edwards arrived the effects of the dead man were removed from his pockets and the grip he hud carried was opened.. W. B. Wray, the bag- gage agent at the station, said that the man had left the grip In the sta- tion a dsy or two before. Yesterday afternoon he loitered about the sta- tion as If waiting for a train. He entered the baggageroom about 2:45 o'clock and called for his grip. From i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 January 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. IS 08. be leas •n ; I STATE PROHIBITION Dallas, Jan. 17.—It looks as if la at last to have the real ling In a state prohibition battle, le mnioi'H thai have prevailed |>«- fodically and in numerous quarters pd for inn during the past year took '« tangible form at a state mass Ceetlng held In Dallas yesterday. I'his mass meeiiuK was the outcome V an understanding arrived oi with- in the last thirty days between the fantl-Saloon League, headed by Rev. pr. B. F. Riley, formerly of Houston, #ow of Dallas; the Texas Local Op- tion association, of which Rev. 0. C. tankin of Dallas is chulrtnau, and the stralKht-out Prohibitionists, of Iwhlch 11. H. Halsell of Decatur is [chairman. ] Before tlie day's work was finish- led, by practically a unanimous vote, lit was decided that the "opportune ftime" that many advocates of prohi- 1 billon have long been waiting for, In which to submit a prohibition amendment to the state constitution to a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 January 1908

—a— I ■W '■ m :i i vT * , S t T-OA«TTE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. 1 08 •' \ iSMi Walter B and huprMortt. I.anMluli-, .\ mhI Io Kdltor. 1 1 Entered as second-class mai l mutter. To ubn rtb m—Th# d U printed opposite <>n the nutrgln of the papal' pr on ib«; ! li«n« to which your ub- Any Hwi'nbir uot r«p l*lng your ire on the irartpSop Ik paid All traUuUlplfonH AM of the month. Any Mibm nlwr the paper regularly will pleaae notify ua. d on tach«d We do not ai-nd rooelpt* for money jpal aubaorlpllonH. but credit Mune on allp atta to pap< r, if cn-dlt 'a not nhop-n on allp lu ten day* from date of remittance notify ihU ott««. One G | y One Veur $1.00 asl _jj .... Is your split-log drag ou straight? It'a the candidates' inning now; the people's later. Pay your poll tax and keep the record straight. Prohibition elect ion its on. Better pay your poll tax. Do you want to live with the 11 vj ones? Then pay your poll tax. LeBt we forget, pay your poll tax at once, for the time is slipping ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 January 1908

V\ m 'M. ■ ■■ f- ■ THE WBBKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZBTTE. THCRSDAY. JANUARY 23. 1#08. BUY •- •( Watches From G O Q DIN Watch. Repairing * Our Specialty D. GOODIN m KntHltliNlit'd 50 years. J J •( •i •* ^ a * • EED OATS For Sale WB HAVK IN STOCK HKRK IN M.MNNIIY, A -t.ARGK M>T OF ^TKXAH GROWN RED RUST-PROOF SKKl OATH. WK IlKCOMMKNI) KSK OATS AH BK1NU.KNTIRKLV FRKK FROM JOHNSON GRASS KKD. CAN FIRMSH ANY AMOC NT DESIRED AT TO CENTS PER IISHEL, HA' RED. WB RELIEVE THIS TO lib: A GOOD SKASON VOI5 HOW I NO OATH, AS THERE IS SI ItK TO l E A GOOD DEMAND L'HND HIGH PRICK AT HARVEST. TIIUSK ARK CIIOICK OATS, TEST- ||IN(> 39 LBS. TO THK BISHEL. CO Mi: ANI> OKI YOl It Si PPLV. • lurton Grain Company IMIice I'pstuirs over Mekrl Store, North Sl«1«* of Hie Square, Mi'Kiiini')', Texas. DEMOCRATIC ANNOl'XCKMENTS. For County Sup<4hiictidciit: C. T. COHB. K. W. MUflB. For County Tu\ Assessor: J. if REEVES. L. T. GAY. For District Clerk: V1NCE ROBERTS. t IT V A N NO!"N't 'KM E NTS. For Cily %ltorney:...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 January 1908

'f < I* hit X\ ' 4 • 1 i iflfe;, A > Wl !np TH« WEEKLY DENOCRAT-O AZKTTE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. wOS. This woman say* that Hick women .should not fail to try Lydla K. PiukliiiiiiN Vegetable Compound as she did. Mrs A. firegory, of 2355 Ijtwrenee St., Denver, Col., writes to Mrs. I'tnkliam: "I was practically an invalid for aix fears, on account of female trouble*. underwent an operation by the doctor's advice, but in a few months I wan worse than before. A friend ad- vised Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable ( ornponnd and it restored me to perfect health, such us I have not en joyed ia many years. An.V woman suffering as 1 did with backache, bearing-down pains,and periodic puins,shou>d not fail to use Lydia lv I'inkham's Vegetable Compound," FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia K Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has lteen the standard remedy for female ills, and has positi vely cured t housandsoi women who have Ix-en troubled with displacements, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 January 1908

THB WB1KLT DEMOCRAT-OAZJDTTE. THURSDAY. JANUARY 2S. 19 8. At the Turn of the New.Year. As we enter upon another year we want to extend our best wishes to all our old friends and customers and to express a hope that the new year may for all be both a happy and a prosper- ous one. We also want to ttyink all of those whose patronage has made 1907 both pleasant and profitable for us. That we appreciate your trade we will try to prove by increasing if posible the present high efficiency of our ser- vice and using every effort to serve your best iqterosts. We thank you for nil |>a«t favors and shall leave no unluruer lo merit a continuance of name during 190$. Smith Bros. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS. McKinney, Texas. $ lire, $ ..(Hi t Perhaps you dou't know we sell JAP-A-LAC, (he ureal re- «'uvenditor of floors, furnitun tnd all wooden and metal lilngs around (lie house the ❖ kind1 that comes in thirteen !•! colors and has a hundred uses. * Yes. we sell JAP-A-LAC- sell a lot of il, too. Eve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 January 1908

/ ■ ALL immHUHiiH COUNTY. "Vright and Nwir Lntor* Fr m TM Dsmooral Onctti'i Corps of ftM«lsl C«rrM|«ndir.U. <; Hamuli,. M. C. Caylor. Ran* Edwards and J, A. Enbanks are in McKiniitey to- day piHrni tMte# Miss Pearl ORe*. of Leonard, in meeting with <guud success in the conduct of oar school. Attendance is good and Hue Interest. I ,. E Clay lor In doing some repair- ing and painting for Mr. Wobb this week. Geo. Coffey of Dallas, formerly of Westminster with his estimable wife, returned to llallas today. They had (.pent Saturday and Sunday with home folk* Hi Westminster. The singing at (J ray hill was well attended Sunday evening. Luther Hightower olCannon neighborhood, attended singing at (Iraybill Sunday evening. Grayhill has Sunday school every Sunday morning. Let all attend, for if we all do our part it will be better for the community. Rev. Turner of the M. K. church, preaches every second Sunday. Lot us all co-operate with him in his work. Some few fanners have some crops ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 January 1908

61- tikthln Skntocrat- BNTY-POUKTH YEAR, NO. 32. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TKXAH, TIM IWIMV, JANUARY .'JO, 1008. ETING OF TAXPAYERS jQulte a large crowd of representa- |re farmers from every suction of couuty met hi 'the court house (jturday afternoon at 1: ao. f^Hon. John Church, county judge J,,, follla couuty, was elected chair* fmJn of the convention. Tom W. Per- ®.,v ri WM «I«cted secretary. Judge Church thoroughly explaln- the object of the meeting, swut- •g good and bard the 30th Texas rglslature; terming the new law Ru assessing lands, iniquitous, a* to be obeyed. Ije said that, Hitting in bin office, he l||d not or could not tell the value of Ida throughout Collin county, free he and bin commissioners de- red some ild and help from the LixioiiH proj>erty ownerB from every ■ ctlon of the country, that a fair Hd Just market value, could be t on the latidB of the county. The We your commit toe appointed by thIk mass meeting to classify and place a value upon the lauds of Col...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 January 1908

■fi ■ ' • mti | , v' R?? p . * * flferiSfiS V ■ Ml II ■■ / mr < *?• § * < 1., • mi I '«' ■■■.,'* I ■ Vf. '■"' ' ' V? B. THURSDAY, JANUARY 80. 1#0§. Time now to begin on 11)08 crop FARMERS- We wll tlie following implements i / i Molhic t \>l fun Redder*. 1/edbetlcr Oih-HcwI Cotton and Ctwn I'lmitcrs, "Katy Flyer" Hiding Cuitlvat- ON. Molina* Balance Frame Culti- vator*, "Mr. Pete" Cotton and Corn 1'latiteiH, KiHiiiomy IMnc Harrow, various idaea, Eagle Cotton lledderw, Oliver Html Plows, Mollne llliM-kland Steel Flow. McCormlck Hulkey Hakes, itelf dump, all slaw**, Mc< ormlck Hulkey Stalk Hake, Mci Vtrnilrk .Mower*. T. J. CLOYD, CLOYD BRICK. FARM IM PLUM KNTS McKlNNGY, TEXAS. ON IMPORTANT COMMITTEE Dr. E. L. Burton, exalted ruler of the McKlnney Elks Lodge, hns re- ceived notice of his appointment as a member of the committee on award mid prises during the Elks National convention to be held in Dallai lo July. Hon. W. H. At well, chairman of the executive committee which h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 January 1908

THE WEEKLY "DEMOCHAT-GAZETTIG, THURSDAY. JANUARY 30, l«08. :bo<j • ght HI MM allz lal iitu> evl u ntl| all* Ktrl tl II prl ill* (Of riu* ne grt1 lishi whl BB tl l|j ie 98, ai| ij •ear alatf tile ( mi ul e li| vi mi |opei| n< 98 Ktrei WJ BtW< ni il lor jo> n U.MAX OIL I II:M . Making Determined Kffort* to l)cvflo| It. irealdeut of the Climax conruu- ( furnishes the following Interest- b account of the oil find In that I-laity: rTha citizens of (Mlmnx are making determined effort to develop the that has been found In that vlc- Two oil experts have been on ground prospecting and they are ivinced tkere is 'i great lied of oil tending through that part of the Mnty. They discovered coal oil on *■ *t. Wltson' farm, coal oil gui iat can be burned, on Mr Hill ay's farm. alBo on Mr. J. F. Hay's, Ll/.aie A. Might, Mr. T. F. 'ijiln farms and other* t<> numer- to mention. Ihole rock and oil and oil nan can be burned hat* been dlscov- id ou what Is Known us Heard* nch, as str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 January 1908

' Si '■ i V f •Si-.'-'. , THURSDAY, JANUARY SO, It 01. if i P®"1 In !■* «• to the requirement* ll'UfliLvllv* (of the present you should not look __ hack and make yourself wretched avunv Tuimerti* ov«r thln** wWeh canaot bs undous. " WI wijwusi. There is nothing purer than honesty; nothinc sweeter than charity; noth- ing warmer than love; nothing brighter than virtue, and nothing more steadfast than faith. Theae united in one mind form the pureat, the sweetest, the richest, the bright- est and most steadfast happiness. ' . " i a W. Perkins, Walter B. Wilson, Publhdirr* and Proprietor*. Uiudtle, Associate F-dtUw. ■ntered as second-class mail matter. To wb crib<>m—Th« dale prtnud oppoalt* nPVMI, mMV not In- elected Dresi- yosr nane <m the margin of the pap«r or on th* or>an may noi ue tiectea prmi wrapper indicate th« lime to which your « ub- dent, but no party could nominate a abler ..r u r. m..l m.n. paper regularly will pleaae notify ua. We do not aerid rnoelpta for mone...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 January 1908

% THE WEEKLT DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. 1908. BARGAINS. McKinney Realty Company. Vacant loin close In, will trade or •elL—McKinney Realty Co., Frank O. Dowell, Mgr. Good runiiH to I rude for cfty prop- erty.—McKinney tyealty Co., Frank O. Dowell, Mgr. FOR SALE—A nice, gentle milk cow; only $35. See McKiuney Real- ty Co., Frank Dowell, Mgr. For Suit*. Lot 130 by 200 on Hunt street, nice shade trees, well graded up; will take part In live stock. Good 5-room cottage, lot 100 by 180 feet, In one block of Interurban; only $700. Oood Investment.—Mc- Kinney Realty Co., Frunk Dowell, Mgr. List your property for sale with the McKinney Realty Co., Frank Dowell, Manager. Office with the Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Democrat-Gazette. Only $450 will buy a nice 4-room house with outhouses; lot 100 by 210. One-third rash down, balance easy terms.—McKinney Realty Co., Frank O. Dowell, Mgr. Rental Agents Let us look after the rental of your property.—McKin- ney Realty Co., Frank Dow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 January 1908

■v7t - R mmfhm vm £« FRASER TO ATTEND *reL;n J. D. Alexander, organ- of lb" Woodmen of the World, 1« milking a campaign over Col- county in the Interest of that or- #r, haw received a letter from W. A. Sovereign Adviser of the linen of the World, with hend- krters in DbIIhn, stating that he be present aw the representa- i of the Sovereign Camp at the Ig initiation, to be held here March 26. Sovereign Fraser states that as Irst prize for the Camp bringing In the largest number of applications in this contest, he will present eith- er a banner or a silver set thor- Wonderful tin wth. When Sovereign W. A. Eraser of Dallas was made manager of Depu- ties of Texas In January 1898, there vore less than 15,000 members In the State of Te^as. During the ten yours of his management the order in TexaB has Increased to more than 120.000 and to Sovereign Fraser and his assistants all praise should be given. Sovereign Fruser and his depu les have done a noble work In Texas In the last\ten years an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 January 1908

TJIE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZBT TE, THtTR8DAy, JANUARY 30. 19 08 P°«.| ALL OVER THE COUNTY SO® £- CKL1NA. La grippe lu still raging here. We are glad to relate that no cases every success In (heir new home. will iiuike New Mexico their future hour. We regret to lose them from our community, hut wish them j have resulted fatally thus far. j Mr. Cab Roberts was called to ( Dallas this week to the bedside of „ ^ his brother, Jerry Roberts, who is T very loW at this writing. <" i^ast Tuesday morning the beautl- Mis. Ada Coffey and little son, Lewis, uicompunlcd tier mother and family. Mrs. A. J. Scrlbner, to Mc- Klnoey Monday, where they are to unload their tar and whore they will make tiielr home ut present. rui iiotne or Mayor A. P. Marsh In | Mesnames Ausburn and Morgan or l ft the west part of town, caught tire ! Melissa visited tftclr daughter and but help aooti arrived and the Humes were put out by some heroic work. Mesdames Blggeratuff were* the guests of Mrs. Dr. Hubbard last Mond...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 January 1908

1: V| IB -B—S Fifteen WrUt. u by a McKluin-y Hrhool Girl. P In the thriving little town of H situated itmong a grove of elm trws, In the northern part of town, if you ever chance to go that way, you will notice a neat little cottage home, which you will recognize by the old- fashioned way it Is built.. Thin is the home of Mrtt. Joe Crawford. The night our story deglns. in the small cheerful sitting room she and her two children Joe and Beth are Hitting before the small grate In one corner of the rooui, whose few burn- ing embers of wood sends a small but bright ray of light over tho room. Joe. p small lad of eiKht years with black balr. and brown wyes, who had been reading a copy of "Grime's Fairy Tales." looked up from his book and turning to hit* mother, who had his little fout year old sister Beth, on her lap Hald •Mamma the eighth of next month, will be Papa's birthday, won't it?" ••Yew, my dear," said Mrs. Crawford, • The eighth of April is your papa's birthday." Wouldn't li be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 January 1908

iiu *f 7' °nW'., ( * ' S fl« THE WEBKLT DKMOCR AT-GAZISTTB, THURSDAY. JANUARY 30. 1908. * > ESSIONAL DEPARTMENT OF VARIOUS PROFES- SIONS UROUI'KD FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. LUSAL OF PUBLIC Red to Columns In Which Are Notice* of Doctors, Dentists, Lawyers, Notaries, Ktc. \ 9. H. Rrjrant, Dentist, Foots ouse. Phone 203. McKinney. Dr. J. C. N. Smith, Dentist. Up— lairs over Abbott's Book Store, Mc- inney, Texas. i. A. GARRISON, Fire and Toraa- Insurance: offlca ««* i side square, J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Co. Mrs. R. R. Chambers—Fire Insur- ice agent, office old stand, Star Ba- |ery building, No. 18 W. La. St., lie- inney, Texas. Dr. Ionia Rate Wynne, Osteopath, iliow building, southwest corner luare. Phone 162. r. R. L. Rnrton, Specialist, eye, j, nose and throat, McKinney, Foote House. fames Lewis, Veterinary Surgeon, nnpt attention: office phone 339; rth Kentucky street., McKinney, r. W. R. Kucker, office In Foote t, second floor, northwest cor- Phones, Office 4ti; residence r. <1. E. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 January 1908

is# , &r. WOODLAWN. I , ; Thoii^amlH of American women In our homes are daily itacrificiiig their lives to duty. In order to keen the home neat and pretty, the children well dressed and tidy, women oveitio. A female weakness «>r displacement is often brought on and they suffer in silenee, drifting alone from had to worse, knowing wel^ that they ought to have help to overcome the pains and tehes which daily make life a burden. It is to these faithful women that LYDIA E.PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND oomes as a boon and a blessing, as it did to Mrs. F. Bllswo of Mayville. N. V'., and to Mrs. r. Hoy<1,of Beaver Kails, I'a.,who say: "1 was not able to do my own work, ow tng to the female trouble from whivh 1 suffered. Lydia B. I'inkham's Vege- tablcCoiiipotind helped me wonderfully, and 1 am so well that i can do as big a •lay's work as I ever did. I wish every sick woman would try it. FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years by din K. rink- hum's Vegetable Comjiound, mitde from r...

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