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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 January 1908

THE WEKKLY DEMOCR AT-0 AZKTTE, THl R8DAY. JANUARY 30. 1*08. ASTORIA You Have Always Bought, and which has been I for over 30 years, has borne the slgrnature of and has been made under his per- *7" sonal supervision since its infancy, I-CC<CA^/Ii Allow no one to deceive you in tliin. "Counterfeits, Imitations and «• Just-as-BooU" are but pertinents that trifle with and endanger the health of j&iAuttS and Children—Experience against Experiment, What Is CASTORIA Cuioria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare, gorie, lirops and Hoothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worm# and allays Feverishness. It cures I>iarrli< a and Wiud Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation And Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the fttomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Pauaecit—The Mother's Friend* !ENU!NE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Sig...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 30 January 1908

" - (' Iff, Kh':', -%j w I l\ r *** . 3 • .Ail ■■; I i'^ irr- BE GAME! and wheu you need footwear, dou't get excited over spasmodic offers of shoes for lew than cost of the leather. KKUU* COOL! Its easy In January weather—es- pecially. and come to the old, re- liable "Live and Let Live" ex- clusive shoe store. Oar intM-gln of Profit is Lowest, Our Standard of Quality In Hiitlicst, and repu- tation for square dealfGg Is at stake the year round. fS! SUTTLE BRICK McKinncy, Texas. = r. JANUARY It. 1* l. i>' ALL (JOUNTY. •rl«M an* Newsy C*W«I Lectors Pram Tin NMMr^'Outtta'i ALTOOA. Keep a cool head and attend strictly to your own affairs Bet- ter times are just ahead of us. Collin county has the products, and money will soon And its way here to purchase our cotton and grain and other crops. In the meantime ask R. L. Ray about the Southwestern Life Insurance Company, the Texas Company with the motto "Keep Texas Money In Texas." if thin advice had been heeded by the people of this great...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

J MtKlNNKy, COLLIN OOUNTV, TRXAM, THillHDAY, IKHIUAKY «, 190ft. t they i thin f that t hoifee •fury /ile/Lynn jraMrgil r /atorl- en/fcturn- . it I. The Shi i/irlstiun contest was hJ. Gra- church and wj/hlghest <l.v Chandler rfi be the etude, which iatrtct to rt pre«f ntatlvai'ul eon- > V"Uiu Ct/> - t'*«t to be hfi lttuu! , all Then, w.jnjol, as fol- from the P) ®OWa: liaf'e Na«h, Grady CUB Raser, Al- Charles Mffldley, Carl lew Skile«.re Katie. SchimelpfeA e W. Muse IhejtTdJ ,,f Dallas. of wylie. If piana. « d Prof. I t|„, different rhe jml nn(j u, t|,e fhanded " ffidltors, Prof. C. | E. H. Holmes, "different grades § totals of the ants, as follows; 94 1-8. 2-3. flck, 92 1-2. a will hold their || date for the pur- their representa- eont'est. POLL TAX PAYMENTS Dr. W. T. Moore, county tax eol- leetor, stated tha' he was una- ble to determine the exact total of poll tax payments at this time, on account of having been overwhelmed with payments during the past sev- eral days, bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

1 "1 v • sp V ';•', -...., ■ i'*«" 8. t# 08. *• i ■'< | " f.; J aill More proof that Lydia E. Pink- hiun'ii V«*et«bleC'on pound oaves woman from Muri;it*ttf operations. that ao operation was necessary to save ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Mrs. 8. A. Williams, of Gardiner, Maine, writes: "I waa a threat sufferer from female troubles. and Lydls E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound restored me to health in three months, after my physician declared that an operation was abso- lutely necessary." Mrs. Alvina Sperling, of 154 Cley. bourne Ave., Chicago, 111., writes: "I suffered from female troubles, a tumor and inech inflammation. Two of the best doctors in Chicago decided ioi>ei my life. Lj Compound entirely cured me without an operation." PACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. Fpr thirty years Lydia K. Pink- ham n Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills. Mid has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

1 - - — - THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THUKb... #<X>OOvX> « * iimmi ixiitifi •*** •«••*•*« 7ofa/ Eclipse • «* ' MUM* I'reviou* efforts in our nu n limit tuiloring department Inive been totally eclipsed by litis season's Iiin* of sample* THKV WKHK NKVKIl MOUK CdMI'I.KTU and never lirforti were e able to offer more stylish, ttlraclive, mid low iirleetl goods. Vou have (lie largest lint* of mluimc Spring samples to wlcel from. WQAft White & Newsome .MKIICHAXT TAIMHtS AMI (JKNTH Fl ICMSHKUS. .McKliiitey, Texas. ^999.99,999999999999999999999999999****** 999999999999* m** rmmtfi * • * ***** ** ** * • * • **** * ********* ********m •« OOOOOWOOOCKXKXXXX)- >00030000000000001 MD LOOK OVER A COPY OF " THE Mi KINNEY TOWN TALK" : i : •• •• : m • •* •r • •* •r •v ij : 3 • •r •• •t 1 •• J? r ih ' magazine wi' had put on your porch thin week. It will inter"st you and we hope will emphasize the fact that \\ h W AN I YOI R 'I HADE and will tr\ to serve you acceptably. 'I his magazine ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

i th« rtog ua. ' paid on ituch.'il lip la tan liUomce. F* •1.00 tO- lll 'days gone 1 • man could translate Latin and •uak* *11 assault with intent to apeak French he was voted an educated mar-, ev< n though he couldn't write a reaclpt, draw a note or tell wheth- er his bank account waa in the good ur overdrawn by looking dt a pa book. But wen and women are now demanding that their children be taught something or buslueas affairs and the useful art. Hon. Thomas B. Love, state Insurance commissioner, says (hat in his next annual report he will Include a recommendation that elementary banking be taught in the ppblic schools. The commis- sioner thinks the boys should know how to handle their money aud their crops, and he is correct.—Honey Orove Signal. CWH. metrically oppos- James B. For- ^illustrate how t^jaienofequ al- ia \y '>ize ftp" f another Col. Frank Worth Rec- always been ipendeut man *8 his proml- [his tempera- ability. In 'dubbed 'Fire habit or ex- pronounced ipresslon ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

TUB WEEKLY DEMQCRAT-GAZKTTH, THURSDAY, Fh... i!hI| I'll UKMOC'lUTiC ANNOUNCEMENTS, For Dimtrirt Judge: J. Id. PEARSON. For County Muperintcudcut: C. T. COBB. % E. W. MVZR. For County Tax Assessor: I. E. REEVES. L. T. OAY. * U. P. (FETE) CLARDY For Tax CollwJor: DR. W. T. MOORE. For DiMtrirt Clerk: VI.NCE ROBERTS. JEROME SNEED. For (?nmiiiiii«l(iiicr District No. W. N. OSB^HN. CHARLES L. NICHOLS. For Countable I'm'iui't R. 8. (RICE) BROWN. 3: CITY A X NOV N'C'K.M I0NTH. For City Marshal: J. 8. McKlNNEY. For City Attorney: T. C. ANDREWS. HARVEY A. ABERNATWY. For City AtweitNor and Collector: FAYTON WESTMORELAND. T. A. COLEMAN. FOREST BOARD. For City SccM-tury: VV. 1). O'UWIN. R. F. DOWELL. FLOYD NELSON. ARBIE SPARLIN. For City Recorder: I I,. C. CLIFTON. R. L. (BOB) WEST. For .tlderrnan Ward 1: FRED I). HEARD. WICK GRAVES. For Ald«>riiiHii Ward J. R. PARKER. FAT MOULDBN. For Alderman Ward it: G. J. 8. WALKER. dlLES. McKlNNEY. A. L. GERRI8H. For Alderman Ward L. A. FOLSOM. M. L. PHI...

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

% v P . THURSDAY, FEBRUARY II m • <mld Haw T* r. -This writer ry George's ['h advocated the land and of prog- ■could think wai all property te, or tf this can tx It according to city. Hud Mr. lis time he certain- (t hi* palatial home York and moved to .resont no-tailed full •a the nearest to a rev- | • Henry George idea of have over known to ac- fc> a law in any Hate. Had Htten an article 2f> years idi< led such a law aa the le the public would have |t It aa a fairy tale and de- %iat such a writer wax a fit for a member of the 30th We hone lhat the Slat r off this law, if 110 boo* truly, PACIFIC, tun offtATK A SPKKCH. tl History of IIIIiioIm |N by Clipping. Wt'E' PRINCKTON. * F>. B. Caven and wife are boarding at B. L. Weat'a. W. D. Goostree of McKinney waa here Saturday. Dr. J. C. Greer and wife were here on business Friday. „ Capt. Dowel 1 of McKinney waa here on business Friday. Mr. Nelaon of McKinney wan look- ing after hla farm aouth of here Fri- day. W. li. Q'Ow...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

■ wb . P u : THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 19 08. SURPRISE IS IN STORE FOR THOSE WHO TRADE WITH US THE FIRST TIME *) %< / ) •*\ *< they will flud us malty others have. that we have the gooda; thnt tlio' small and uow. our stock In complete; that wo are appreciative and really want your business; tliat we are competent and prest rlptloiis entrusted to out' rare will be properly tilled; that we Know the buainesit and arc anxious to serve you; On this bawls our trade has Increased every month since, we came here, and on thin basis we solicit your Drug; trade. Help us grow. Give us a trial. Ask your doctor to Phone us that prescription or call on us for any wants in the Drug line and see if our policy and methods don't please you. Yours sincerely, 05 6 * • v* '• s* {•< I JAMES H. LOVEJOY : < !«* IKU KTDN, TKXAS t i* • THIRD SHERIFF OF COI.MX <<M M Y—IK.TI-IMAM. • V • / Clower (§L Woodall I; te lr is es ue ce he id- to ng ty. is- by in- *b- re- Crtl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

grSP^V^**' 1' 1 . - 1 -ok— kiiis, Walter B. Wilson, m nu(1 Pni|irli<lon. ik, Associate Editor, 11 1 . . i... - 1- '-■! u second-class mall matter. ■m 1 '-II. " ■libsi riUii> - Th* date prtnwd opposite 10 < n the m«rg',r. of the p*|x«r or on the Indicium the ttmo to wnic.-h your ub- j p*id All *ut or1ption« expire on the i mouth. Any mbscrlber not r>H>H?lng > paper regularly will plemw notify u . We do not send motiipu for money paid on •utworlpUoQM, but credit Mtnte so klip attached to papur. if credit la not abown ou altp I In ten day* from d**e of remittance notify thi« oKce. One Copy One Year 1_ — 91.00 THK I'RHHIDKNTS MKSSAG10. The President's special message to Congress Ib n notable one and shows that he is determined that the "reactionaries" shall have no part in shaping his administrative poli- cies, while he remains the ehief ex- ecutive of thla Republic. Every word and every sentence rings out as clearly as a bugle cull to arms, in the great battle of free...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

> ■ ■* WEEKLY DMMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY «. I*OS. BARGAINS. McKinney Realty Company. Vacant lots clone in, will trade or sell.—McKinney Realty Co., Frank O. Dowell. Mgr. Good (arms to trnde for city prop- erty.—McKinney Realty Co., Frank G. Dowell, Mgr. FOR SALE- A nica, gentle milk cow; only $:i6. See M«Kinney Real- ty Co., frrank Dowell. Mgr. For Hale. Lot ISO by 200 on Hunt street, nice shade trees, well graded tip; will take part In live stock. Good 8-room cottage, lot 100 by ISO feet, in one block of lnterurban; only $700. Good investment.—Mc- Kinney Realty Co., Frank Dowell, Mgr. List your property for Hale with the McKinney Realty Co., Frank Dowell, Manager. Office with the Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Democrat-Gazette. Only $4«M) will buy a nice 4-room house with outhousea; lot 100 by 210, One-third cash down, balance easy terms.—McKinney Realty Co., Frank G.. Dowell, Mgr. Rental Agents Let tin look after the rental of your property,-—McKin- ney Realty Co., ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

'■w . J - -- BVBRY THURSDAY. Wnlter B. Wilson, and Proprietor*. as second-class mall matter. ■nie <Ut« print fd opposite margin of the p*p r or on tlM the time to which your «ub- _ All rabtrt rlption* expire on th« i o.ooth Any Nutwrltwr not receiving regularly will pleate notify iu. ESHsfli . W' |; * > ■ S h f ; 4 ■ >■# StfVI; J/.1 V fv ; iSfc W« do not send reoatpU for; money paid on "UtMJ ' credit is not itbown on il p In ton atUofand , but amdlt «une on dip i milt in not Hbown on slip „ i data of remtttmnoe notify tbU ottce. Copy One Year 91. (Ml IN OUR TWKNTY-FIFTH YRAR. With thin lMue, The Weekly Dera- ecrat-Gaxette enters upon the twen- ty-fifth year of its publication. For twenty-four years it has struggled along—prospering as Collin haB prospered or experiencing the trying lash of adversity as the county haH felt unpropitious seasons that have fallen her way. But as the storms that occasionally prevail, cause the eak of the forest to take deeper root and strengthen...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

'£* '?P 'V i $ % y.jj THE WKBK^T DBMOCRAT-OAZBTTK, THURSDAY, FBBRUARY «. 19 OS. Jot W. Barnes 9QUALITY CORNER' Will C. Cerrish Vont "forget oil!" Jacob. A CP. IMCliM 1U JANUARY 4, 1908. Dear Friend: It don't make any difference what kind of oil you want, wheth- er it is coal oil or olive oil or vinegar or syrup or molasses or flavoring extract. You can get it and get it good in thie town. Honey, Jams ,'Jellies etc . Your fr iend, JACOB. P. S. We get oil and things that spi 1 1 out from Barnes & Gerrish GROCERIES AND PRODUCE. Newsome Building Phones 94 and 525. ... McKinney, Texas. ALLKN. . Mr. <}«•« . Houston who has charge •f the count.ruction gang for the ii.- terurban stationed at this place, Is ery sick with typhoid fever at the fcome of Hugh Kreckaon. HIh win- Mime In from Arkansas Tuesday and a trained nurse from Dallas Is in at- tendance at his bedside and at the present writing Dr. Perry reports him getting along nicely. W. C. Kiiliugsworth has bought a half interest ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

iSIl ' 'V'Sfw* SSIte § i ,, N - Monthly 1 'M ; .'i 1st. Prize—$10 in Gold will be given the one who makes purchas- es from the greatest number of Mc- Kinney firms on that day, no pur- chase to be less than 25 cts. This applies to Purchases Made that Day, not payments of bills, and includes all lines of businesr in McKinney— stores, shops of all kinds, hotels, restaurants, newspapers, transac- tions with professional men, etc. Ask each one with whom you spend 25 cents or more to give you a receipted bill, and the one holding the largest number of such receipts from different firms, not necessarily the one who buys the largest bills, gets the money. 2nd, Prize—$5 in Gold for the best pair of work mules. 3rd. Prize—$2.50 in cash for the best general purpose mare. 4th. Prize—$5 in Gold for the best fancy .work, (drawn work, embroidery, crochetted work etc.) when entered by maker. 5th. Prize—$2.50 in cash for second best Fancy work. 6th. Prize—$2 in cash for the best sun bonnet, quality ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY C. 1008. HT WO 1. LOVEJO Y, Prudent. KMANC18 II. WELCH, Vice Pres. HOWELL E. SMITH. Cashier. FRED EMERSON, Vice Pre;. J. G. FITZHIJGH. Assistant Cashier Absolute Safety to Pepositore MONEY TO LOAN In Lar^e or Smiill Amounts BASED ON BALANCE AND RESPON- SIBILITIES. mm—mm—am Oificrrit \V. B. Newkorrifl, T. C Goodncr, tut vtce proKldcnt J. P Crouch, 2ml vice Pr. , J. L.. Whit". Cft h(«r, H. H. White, A**t Caahter Collin County Nat- ional Bank McKINNKY. TEXAS. KSTABL1SHKI) IN 1NHO CAPITAL $200,000. 4 Per ('••in paid nn Savings Hank Deposits. General Banking BuslnfUH Transacted. The Financially Successful Han invariably realizes the dynam- ic value—the force and pow- er—of a bunk account. Many people realize the "power of money" yet fail to realize the added force of an "account at the bank." The successful man knows that a bank ac- count improves his credit; that it facilitates his business transactions; that it furnishes a valuable" recor...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

"• K ■■ k f T Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ❖ Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ❖ t Y Y Y Y Y T T Y Y Y Y ..Improved and Perfected Order of Woodcraft.. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD 120,000 Members in thxas THE ONLY WOODMEN ORDER THAT HAS A RESERVE FUND OVER 500,000 MEMBERS. OVER $25,000,000 LOSSES PAID. Lutest Revised I'lqulfnhlc Mlni- tiiuni (traded Rate*. Emergency Fund to keep Assess- ments Limited. Ill addition to payment of $.VMl to HUtooo. urect a beautiful monument 1 every grave. One-tenth of the whole benefit annual payable after "O year* of age for total physical disability. Oranri ('Iiikn Initiation of 104M> candidates at McKinney March JSH, l H)8. If you are not already a member get busy. Consult any mem* her for particulars or address .1. D. Alexander, special deputy In charge of class, box 211, .MrKinney, or 25,000 MONUMENTS ERECTED. ~ * $6,000,000 EMERGENCY FUND and SURPLUS. IV, A. FRASER, Sovereign Adviser, 818 dalusb1texas ART «, ■ j V' * ' $ 0, ' ' 1 «■ m > >-* ktS m. IH iT;.;.' trvrm...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

mmm -1L, 4- — THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTB, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6. IM*. i H FRIDAY. ' i'*r "^P T. H. Norwood. aftor serving this *k uu the petit Jury, bos gone to lis home neur Pike. Good nun. Mrs. H. S. <;rimes, after a month's vlalt here to her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. George Oerrtih, left thin eve- t Y lng,' tbr her honce ut Big Springs, rexuK. M. Caraway, living in the Desert iommunity, is in the elty. He is one •f the beat and moat pushing farm era in his section. and we wer, pleased to meet him. f Wade Blggers of route 5, McKIn- ney, rolls a big silver dollar over tke counter to The Weekly Demo- <rat-Gaxette. Wade 1m a big fellow and has a heart in him In keeping with his size. G. J. H. Walker spent Thursday night with his friend, Sam Durham, < u« of the finest young farmers in the Allen-Lebanon country. He went Vaunting in the (veiling killing 10 quail and 15 rabbits. Why Refer to Doctors Because we make medicines j for them. We teli them all about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 February 1908

m 1 08 crop. We wll the fol Cotton Hcttler*. Culltm and Corn Planter*, "Italy Flyer" Hiding Cultivat- Mullite Balance Frame CuHi- valors, "Mr. I*ctc" Cotton and Corn 1'lanler*, Economy I Mae Harrow slaea, ' Faille Cotton Jleddern, Oliver Steel Plow*, Moll lie Black laud Steel Plow. Mcforntlck Sulkcy Hake*, *elf damp, all *l*e*, MeCormlek Sulkey Stalk llake, McCoruiick Mower*. T. J. CLOYD, CLOYD MUCK. FARM IMPLKMKNTS McKINNHY. TEXAS. lb, it in a boy. lare making « pretty weather. „ stranger called at Mr on the 26th: it'* a boy. *'• > Hev. H. A. Hail Improvement* on J; Master Kelly 91 severe spall of pi S-! SATURDAY. The nlne-monthw-old baby of Mr. und Mr*. J. T. Mobly of Wylie died this week. Will Humphries of Melissa called today to leave cash on hi* Weekly Democrat-Gazette subscription. W. F. Levy. Prosper's efficient barber and the "'good dreR«ers tai- lor," will please accept our thanks for cash to continue his Democrat- Qaxette. L. R. Lair, one of the best young men of Prospe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 February 1908

TW'KNTV-FIFTH YKAIt, NO. 2. .McKIXNKY, COIJ.IX <X)t?,NTY, TKXAS, THlllhlMV, FKllltlAICY lit, lim*. jCULBERSON VS. CORTELYOU r >ry in if. for lr. ure 1-4 and lift in rice ). r. d-w/ e of t of" lope Washington, I). C'.. Kelt. 7. Figu- ratively speaking, Senator Culber- son yesterday snatched off the chap- It!* which Secretary Cortelyou wove around the brows of the New York bankers in his report to the Senate and sought, instead, to crown them with shame. Senator Culberson In a speech of much vigor and lire assailed not only the New York bankers, but the Sec- retary of till* Treasury, whom he in- dicted on six counts of having vio- lated the law by his operations dur- ing the financial stringency. But,, though there were six counts in the indictment, Senator Culber- son restricted his speech to the last, which was that the Secretary had not distributed the treasury funds In accordance with the law ami that the money he turned over to the New York hanks, instead 'of being used to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 February 1908

IPS ii.. TB, „ ICE L_ n | Thousands Art Skk John Martin of Young County Ming* With the grip, raid*, fever* Hug Willi IVillln Krh'udn. I I o- v. i-A io#i You won't teU your family doctor the whole story about your private illneHH — you are too modest. You need not be afraid to tell Mrs. Pink- ham, at Lynn, Mass., the things you oould not explain to t he doctor. Your letter will be held in the strictest con- fidence. From her vast correspond- ence with sick women during the past thirty years she may have tuned the very knowledge that will elp your case. Such letters as the fol- lowing, from grateful women, es- tablish beyond a doubt the powerof m 11,18 northeast of McKinney LYDIA E.PINKH AMI'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND to conquer all female diseases. Mrs. Norman It Barndt, oi Allen- town, Pa., writes: " Ever since I was sixteen years of age 1 had suffered from an organic de- rangement and female weakness; in consequence I had dreadful headaches and was extremely nervous. My physi- cian said ...

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