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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 February 1908

v ssss A ZIP*!*Tg__THUR R D A V FEBRUARY 1 rj. 1 0K. #XhXhHK^XhX*^ i : ^v ^qRrSr . * * -v ? i ♦ Y f ❖ t T f 1 Y t f Y Y Y ❖ ♦;♦ t ± f t t X f t t t y aTA. Improved and Perfected Order of Woodcraft. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD 120,000 Memi khs in Texas THE ONLY WOODMEN ORDER THAT HAS A RESERVE - FUND OYER 500,000 MEMBERS. OVER , $25,000,000 LOSSES PAID. l<nt«*Mt ItcvlfMil Kqiiitithle Mini' mil in Grmhil llaic*. Kiuergeiicy Fund In keep .\**r*s- iiu'iit* Limited. In addition to payment of $.100 to WHOOO, CH'Cl a llCUUliflll IllOIIIIIIICIIt at every jfravi*. Onc-tcntll of till' whole bcnctil annual payable after TO year* of «s*e for total pliy*ienl disability. Grand Class Initiation of IOOO candidate* at Mcliiiiney .March 'JO, lOON. If you are not already a member yet husy. Consult any mem- Iter for particulars or addres* .1, I), Alexander, s'| ecinl deputy in charge of da**, liox 211, McKinney, or 25,000 MONUMENTS ERECTED. $6,000,000 EMERGENCY FUND and SURPLUS. W. A. FRASER, Sovereign Adv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 February 1908

7. Perkins, Walter a Wilson, Publishers and Proprlflor*, ljanwlale, Anorltle Kditor. ml w. < Ikr Entered as second-class mall matter. —BgHgil - Tn ■utwHberv—The data printed opposite m on ihe margin of th« paper or on the indicate theflme to which your aub- i p*ld All Mubfeorlptionn «>*plr on the month Any eubecrlbcr not n«felvlng regularly will please notify us. la paid or iha We do not a nd receipt* for* mousy paid on kubfccrtption*. but credit aarrn- on slip attached to patK-r, U credit lit not nhown on allp^In ten toys from dat«- of remittance notify thUoBo«. One Copy One Year 91.00 Silence Is often a great virtue, many a mau has talked hiniHelf to death. The big stick at Washington has lout none of Its size nor forci, More power te It. Collin county is a line county to come back to—but a better one to never leave. The Commercial Club holds an Im- portant meeting tomorrow night. You had better attend. Collin county will plant enough onion acreage this year to flavor the he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 February 1908

THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZBTTE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1 #0 . mmmmmsammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmmmmmrnmmmmmmmm L x > \ i U W U W)VEJ0Y Pr« '«ient. VNCIS Vice Pre*. HOWELL E. SMITH, Cashier. Et> EMERSON, View Pres. J. O. KITZHUGH. Assistant Cashier. <uir Absolute Safety to Depositors MONEY TO LOAN In Large or Small Amounts BASED ON BALANCE AND KESPON- SIBILIT1ES. MKLIMMA MIH8I1.NH. •> i $ ❖ # f * * :• •> * ^ V In Washington s] Time It took longer Id accumulate a competency iluin now. New methods arc helpful tu the people. Compounding Interest helps out nt an astonishing rate. Savings hanks of today would astonish our forefathers. Ours Is conservative and safe. Start an account with us now and you'll have a more enjoya- ble time when Feb. 22nd diiwns on you a year hence. Collin Co. National Bank McKiiiney, Texn*. p4MMMfr,fr •> ♦♦ •s* •> •> •> •> •> <4 <• •> •> •? <• •> •> •> •> •> <• •> < Everything Elegant tn Photography ...

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

m MWgw " M ,■'.'';v ^Rrl ■, " * XiMi •--* <* - < - ■ > > * > «> Ik&| «> K# «• JS; <« «> m «> < > < > • ■ «■ * > • • Wig; < i < > ■ > o "I" «> • > * > ' The McKinney Commercial Club will hold its Third Monthly Trades Day on Monday February 17 and instead of the usual individual premiums here-to- fore given, will award the following CASH PRIZES: 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 business 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 larges...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 February 1908

♦' >i, -.. ' ' ♦ < \ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1908. «■' « A1" f : ' . v: ■' * '7i PRAYKRM WRRR ANSWERED. Wealthy Old Coaple d« to (he Qmi ik-jrond Together. I ik New York, Feb. fl.—For forty years Adolf Bennett and his wife ftcfllle Suydam-Bennett Hved togeth •rr In their house at the foot of 79tb Street, Brooklyn. Tuesday the pray- er of their late years was granted and they died together. No children ever canie to blesB them, but at property around the old farm row in value, relatives and friends Katti- ered around them and throiiKhoui that portion of the city their love and compunionshlp became almost proverbial. The Increase iu value of the old farm which hits gradually given way to business buildings and residences made them wealthy, but they seemed to '.'are nothing for that; they were happy with each oth- er und scores of times relatives and friends have heard them say that all they wished was that they inlgbt pass Into the Great Unknown toget...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 February 1908

-Wv ' * " . t " - A '{flf . 3RAT-GAZBT TE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY It, 1 90S. ' ^ATTENTION FARMERS.. Time uow to begin on 1908 crop. We sell the following Implement* wmBtnacw; It i;i J.'„ g= >1 oil no rot toil Bcdrtm, ImUm-IHt On^SctHl Cotton mm! Corn Planter*, "Katy Flyer" Hiding Cultivat- or*, Moll ne llnUnce Cranio Culti- vators, "Mr. Pete" Cotton ant! Corn lliuiterH, Economy Mm* Harrow, v r*i>Uii Mi wit. Eagle Cotton lktl(lcri«, Oliver HI eel Plows, Moline III ark la lid Kiwi Plow. MrCormick Mulkey Rakes, wolf dump, all nixes, MrCormick Hulkey Stalk ltake, McCormick Mow era. T. J. CLOYD, CLOYD BRICK. FARM I&l PLHMKNTS llcKINNEY, TEXA8. FLANO POIXTH. Mnrh Hlrkneow—«Vv Itetur being h miHi an TJTsr important llt- YITAL statistics. lUrtliM, D. B. McCall and wife, Snow Hill, girl. H. Cain and wife, Water Kldge, boy. Vlrgle Harttnun and wife, Liberty, girl. Will Sims and wife. McKlnney, Kirl. J. W. Brown und wife, McKlnney. boy. Tom Bawlln and wife, McKlnney, boy. R. I. Faulkner ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 February 1908

tDccM = ,'HNTY-FIFTH VKAIC, NO. 3. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, TH Ills DAY, lEHIUAHY ISO, 1POM. LAW HELD! JURY COULD TO BE INVALID NOT AGREE In the habeas corpus hearing of ' J,,r-V 'n l'H> ease of the State TRADES DAY BEST YET HELD c: Dr. J. W. Largent, who, through his attorneys, Braith & Wilcox, con- tested the validity of the vital 8ta- J1l«tli,a law requiring physicians to murder of Palo Clancy in the north- urn portion of Collin county last May, won discharged Saturday ,'tn'ake reports of births and deaths, j by Judge J. M. Pearson, after hav- heard before Judge J. M. Pearson Saturday, Judge Pearson rende?i!d ^h!.n decision tliiu morning sustaining the contentions of the doctors that „ . _ the statute creating the Department Their Work. >f Vital Statistics and requiring I 1 h« J"ry t-ommiHsloners, D. E. Fthem to make report of all the births ! N««th«ry of ¥ ar..,,isvill,. o« A.I [and deaths of which they may be- n, of Anna and C B. Beanland of come cognizant, wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 February 1908

;t ' ''i : S, ' ■ ■ I It's nothing new to claim superior quality for any flour but—the PROVEN CLAIMS that I Shite billows FLOUR possesses all ihe high qualities that its makers tell you about, cannot be denied. It's al- ways the same, from day to day, from month to month. IT WILL PLEASE YOU ALL THE TIME." . <XXXXXX)<XXXX<XX>00<^<X^<><><><>00 o<x>ooooc<x>ooo<>o<x>o><x>o<wooooo^<5| Khli «¥* i * « 4 « 4 *«**«*«* 4 4 «« «** * (lit «YTI A Total Eclipse I Previous effort.* in our merchant tailoring department have been totally eclipsed by this season's liue of samples. THEY WKItK NEVER MORE COMI'I.KTE and never before were we able to offer more stylish, attractive, and low priced goods. You have the largest line of advance Spring samples to select from. WWW & Newsome MERCHANT TAIMHtS AM) (IKNTH FIHMSHERS. McKinney, Texas. * i9MMM.999999999999999999.9J99999999999999999999*9999*9^ m*9******VW*******4******4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 February 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUR8DAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1 08. ke In fh hi B. }d U i |ly Jin Id- lld li'- ill re- Ito Ive <•- of |la. >1. 111.- Ilirt irt Ige lal |ted let - lun- lion |nor on lent Jag- Id ay JiCHl filed Ihe.v Mnd liese It ion jtest |He- I one he Ireat. plen- reed [rest jr Is |oon, am |law8 the lu- ld to civ (jllACK CHAPKL. x have In our community < a great deal of uickueas. La grippe, had colds. ek. Mrs. Bruce Fowler 1 on the nick 11*1. i ,#-«_Capt Wiggle ha« returned from VjL>rl Worth and other pluceti. We had no school the flint of the week on account of our teacher. Mr*. Weema, being atck with tonlsllltU. Mr. John Hlnshaw of Springfield, Mo,, hus/moved Into our communi- ty on Dr. Bryant's farm. A few others are on the Hick lint, Will Williams, Grandma Fuller aud Grandma Gulledge. George lahell and wife have a young lady stopping with them. Rev. C. L. Dickey Jailed to till his regular appointment Sunday on ac- count of rain. Miss Llzzl e Hlnshaw returned hom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 February 1908

alKP ffi ' T ' < " ' * V ' '''\- ••• wkWJi $ ~ *$U - ,V , ■ wmsm rww WKRKLT rat-Gazette. I8HED HY THURSDAY. W. Perkins, Waller H. Wilton, 1 Publisher* and Proprietor*. cr Luwdali', Associate Kdltor. ■ntered as secoud-class mail matter. To subscribers—Tin* d te prlnuxl opposite >mi' on ih* margin of the uspor or on the t lndlo t«* the tlm« to which your mib- >tlon U paid All nuWrlptions uxplrr on tha of tha mouth. Any mibucrtber not ivoKlvlng pa pur regularly will pla«a notify u . f Wa do not nd rwlpu for mon«y paid on aubcarlpttcns, but or«tdlt ««>■ on slip attached to pap-r, If ot* dlt la not *hown on allp In t«n l4jra from date of remittance notify thl oft#. —- ed to pay by Fab. 1 and diafraaehla- in* themselves In all tha elee«tons to be bald during 1908. This Is a pro- portion approximately one out of ev- ery six polls assessed in Collin coun- ty who failed to pay by Feb- I and become a voter. Not such a bnd rec- ord. B. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY tO. 1*08. The Terrell Trans...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 February 1908

/ j \r THR WEEKLY D1CMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THITR8DAY, FEBRUARY 20, 190*. 5 C. A. (Allen) McMILLEN - 8 -==E3SflHff9BSBB9i or MI'HPHV. TRXAM ~ Sixty-two Yrnra a Cilixrn of Colliu Connty. Seveuty-fiv* Yr«m « a Pretbxtorianaud Uitiuoeral. Over HO Yeara Old Still llal* an«l Ilrarty j| * 9 f f t • IfUl Umittttl 1 «tl t tllJUIMIII MJKlJUOIf 9% Having reached the age of ninety years on January 29, 1908, and be- ing a citizen of Collin county for avwr sixty-two years, It was the good fortune of oue of the editors of the Daily Courier-Gazette and Weekly Demociut-Gaxette to' pay a v(slt re- cently. while at Murphy, to Mr. C. A. (Allen) McMlllen, and for one hour chatted with him—earnestly, inter- estingly and Intelligently about the hlRtory and early times of this Re- public, nnd before the county of Col- Hn woh organized, and even before ane hundred American citizens were located here. Although Mr. McMlllen has lived almoHl a century, he relates lhe ear- lySlines of this country, in a highly entert...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 February 1908

l. \ ■ SPIf, ;,- ^ !••' • fl, f 7M , THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, l 08. ample copy el The this week, we ask It over carefully, and if ti copies are worth 91.00, We would be pleated aa a reader. _tty Oxford* just received In nd black-—J. A. Watero. iOlt yu .■ . WESTERN PILLS ; TlIN 1MAUOXU Ittt.tMi A lj>dlMt A*h f «f I'ldfalM f> < dt-rtiMMor'* ■HmhihiI Km.HU \ IHlli in Nt4 IM<I (' <*l«i nrylic Jfj ? •«• , total with NIiii HIM' Sj Ttku M other. Buy uf u uto m Mtrr i<«/ r iM,r * a , y«l. k nuw* . )lmj, S*fa t. tl oy*V« SOLD BY ORtiGtilSTS FVf PW *• T. J. IIOWLKM. Repreeeet*Uv« Krout Collin la lidaturc—Good Itocord. lag* We preaent herewith a likeness of Hon. T. J. Bowlea of Nevada, repre- sentative from Collin county In the Legialature, and correspondent of the Daily Courler-Gaaette and Week- ly Democrat-Gazette at Nevada. Repreaeutatlve Bowlea waa born In Jackson county, Georgia, Dec. 11, 18G1. He came to Texan the latter part of December 1891 and with the exception of a f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 February 1908

THE WRUKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZBTTiC, THURSDAY. FBBRUARY 80, 1908 YORK SALE! ON ALL WINTER GOODS THE FAIR RK rr-m sL.1/*)?- / </ 0 ' THE FAIR New 1908 Kabo Corsets On display during thin Bale at 95c 35c kind Corsets any / size' New York price only Silk Gloves on Sale $1.25 kind ladies white, blue, pink und champagne elbow Gloves at pair Lace Curtains Cheap 100 Lace Curtains, Single Curtains on sale at Corset Covers 35c corset Covers, all nicely trimmed. See them this Sale at each Starts Saturday, February 22nd Everything in fall goods must be sold in the next ten days, and just think, to make this great New York Cost Sale the more in- teresting, we have placed on sale several thousand dollars worth of new spring goods at a cut price that would make some of those New Yorkers think Hammond stole 'em. Don't buy one single item until you visit our store. Closes March 7th, 1908 Underpricing CM 1/ Sale oti . . ^I^IV 22 inch White Wash Silk Splendid 35 and 40c values. Silk |A cheaper than yon c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 February 1908

PI ^v , . ,.^;. ^.,—_ _ /, . >V ' : '. •: , /' ... ,.' " i !W ■•• SJ?5i ym i; M Of Nevuda, IVna. bjr lUrth, A Texan bjr hvfwnti', A Coufeder- 1( \V.w IU|tht—A HlRtilflim] Christian (Hmllrmu. ;'«.l 'M-- . Collin's Largest W. O. W. ndii higher In the estl- who are fortunate lfth to know him. than doe* in. honest. unpretentious Roland *h of Nevada. t< was my Rood be to partake c.f his true Sonth- lOHpitailty. when I wax in Neva- Mh other nlgln. taking supper fjtim and hta good wife. About F.d i 4 years ago 1 met Mr. Gooch. ■' S*| lived nt Wy,,e- ** was^then the ltr.pree!.ed me with that honesty for which 1 have re- lr r :ind hlai ,or U1' unttl fl to hour. Plain, open and , 1 bdleve that he would do no person a harm; but on the nd. would do all in his pow- thoae who are unfortnu- OF|>ulc not help themselves. ORliui his neighbors nay about to For< st Station, and from there to Enterprise. MIsh., and from there to Mobile, Als., to do garrlsou duty. j In (tattle of .MiNMlonarjr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 February 1908

i'ivjA' <'?' •■';■>? . p*$j£ , tub weekly democrat-qazettifi. thursday. february 10. 1908. - mmm 1 I s n > i ♦> GREAT COST SALE We are over-stocked and to unload at once, we inaugerate this greatest of all sales—selling everything" in our Big Stock during the next 20 days exactly at WHOLESALE COST. We print our cost mark so that all may see that every item in this sale goes at exactly cost. Our Cost Mark BONMARCHETG i BRING THIS MAHK WITH YOIT Itvpvalvr 1 234 5 6 7 8 9 O The Greatest Bargain Feast McKinney Has Ever Known Saturday Feb. 22nd To Saturday March ! 14th. i i^M*i :/ **!§ "mxjm •;-y <:L* ■ ■ o. e. > v fi? . . JgSSffe: <f P Mr*H fM V/k •"/"y •- ':>S" ' ;-,w ■ sao.ooo Dollar* Wort h of Frrsli Seasonable (ifNHls AM (>oiim l-'or l!ll Hiiys nt Wlloll'Sillc < '< >ST. Everything Goes at Wholesale CostUfc^Nothing Reserved New Embroideries, Muslin Underwear, Pretty styles in new spring Shirt Waists, Ginghams, Domestics, Shoes and Clothing at lower...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 February 1908

am WEEKLY PBMOCEAT-OAZBTTg, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY . 1108, to a O i:1 Thin woman nay* Lydia R. PinkhumS Vogflalile Compound Mved her life. Ktwd her letter. Mi*. T. C. Willadsen, ot Manning, Iowa, writes to Mm. I'inkham. " 1 can truly nay that Lydia E. Pick- ham'* Vegetable < ompound saved my life, and 1 cannot express my gratitude to you io words For year* I suffered iih the worst. forms of female com plaints, continually doctoring and spending lots of money tor medicine ithout help. I wrote you for sdvice, "Being drunk and attempting to * smart" was a charge laid against a young man In a police court In Chanut, Kan. James R. Wilson of Georgetown, Del., who look white beuns by >nls- take for quinine pills, says the beans cured him of grip. T. J. Sullivan, an actor, behind Li his board bill to the extent of $70 to a woman in Altoona, Pa., earned the amount hy digging coal. In Coffeyvllle, Ksn., when the court restrained a man from selling liquor in his cellar he *dug a new cellar u...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 February 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-CASSETTE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1 08. «5 ♦X^XHXHX**X**X>^* ♦5> •• Improved and Perfected Order of Woodcraft. WOODMENjOF THE WORLD 120,000 memderh in Texas THE ONLY WOODMEN ORDER THAT HAS A RESERVE — FUND OVER 500,000 MEMBERS. OVER 25,000,000 LOSSES PAID. Ijntcst Revised Fquituhlc mum Graded Rates. Mini- \ KiuiTKriuy Fund to kH>|i Ahkcnh- incuts Limited. In iidditiou to payment, of $5UO to HWIMMt, wh'I h heuutiful monument ut every grave. One-tenth of the whole henelit iiiiuunl pnyyhlc ufter TO years of age for total physical disability. Grand CIukn Initiation of JOtMl candidates at McKliiney .March -<l, 1IMIM. If you are not already a niemher get busy. Consult any mein- Imt for particulars or address >1. It. Alexander, special deputy in charge of class, hox lit I, McKiniiey, or 25,000 MONUMENTS ERECTED. $6000,000 EMERGENCY FUND and SURPLUS. W. A. FRASER, Sovereign Adviser, 618 Wilson Bldg. DALLAS, TEXAS * T t T T Y t ? Y Y T ❖ f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t Y ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 February 1908

:"'v I f'Vf ii SPra Kfift fTION Time now to ou 1908 crop. We dell the following implement* Muiln« Ootton Ikildm, Ledttctler One-Seed (Jotton *nrt Cora I'lwilfPf, uK lr Flyer" (tiding Cultivat- or*, Moilue linlUH-n Frame C'ulti- viitorN, "Mr. IVtf" C'otl (Mi unci Cora ]*! >.; . tm. Economy I)lnc Harrow, variou* sixes, Kuglc Cotton Iknldm, Oliver Hl«"l i'lowit, Molim* Blackhwid Slwl Plow. Met'onnlck Hulkejr Hakes, self dump, all MK'omiiek Hulkey Stalk I take, McCorinick Mower#. T. J. CLOY I), "A"r, CLOYD BRICK. IMPLKMKNTN McKINNEY. TENttS. BISHOP sick ui this Mrs. Bailey Is very writing. Mrs. Joe Bishop Is on the sick list nt t It Ih writing. Will Clarksoti vIliHed In the Blg- g*TH community Sunday. John Kendall of near Hlsglns spent Sunday at C. W. Wallls'. Wheat and oats are looking fine since the lieiny rains of lust week. Mrs. William Bishop Ik able to he up lifter a sieye of pneumonia and la Krippe. Mr. an I Mrs Ezra Taylor of lilg- ginn were visiting In our community one day ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

m --V ,J-7 1 : % • • . Us £ TWHNTY-FIFTH YK.Alt, NO. 4. McKINXFY, COLLIN COUNT*, TKX AM, THI IISDW, FEIIItt'AHY 27, IIMIM. n A. G. CHANDLER TAX RECEIPTS PASSES AWAY BREAK RECORD at Zlci l>lld<- an cKir; nt J WAt Htir III). ctn Ctlllll ingc ippi and p;tp« s.'i ve Inn en I irs akf m PrI A wave of sadness swept over (he city Friday morning when it was an- nounced that A. G. Chandler, for twenty- Ave yearn one of McKlnney's f moat prominent merchants, respect- ed, christian citizen and beloved friend and neighbor, had passed away. For four years tiin health had beep in a declining stale due to stomach ailment, but the constant cheerfulness ami hopefulness of the patient sufferer inspired the hope in his multitude of friends that health and strength would eventually return to him and many more years yet be added to his useful career. But long suffering and disease I •! made fatal Inroads; the brittle read of life snapped suddenly at i •>: 15 o'clock Friday morning and spirit of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 February 1908

\ ,, %, i > i J I ® mainspring' ' :lcly calls The back is the woman's urganism. It quit attention to trouble by aching. It tells, with other symptoms, such as nervousness, headache, pains in the loins, weight hi the lower part of the body, that a woman's feminine organism needs immediate attention. In such eases the one sure reritady which speedily removes the cause, and restores the feminine organism to a healthy, normal condition is LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs. Will Young, of 0 Columbia Ave., Rockland, Me., says: "I was troubled for along time with dreadful backaches and a pain in my aide, and was miserable in every way. I doctored until I was discouraged and thought I would never get well. I read what Lydia E. l'inkhaiu's Vegetable Compound had done for others and decided to try it; after taking three bottles 1 can truly say that I never felt ■o well in my life." Mrs. Augustus Lyon, of East Earl, Pa., writes to Mrs. Pinkham: "I had very severe backaches, and pres...

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