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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 March 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 6. 1901. "Wi r > Si * 1 i i !■ iW. ate News « trv- e. Vacant lots close In, will trad* or soil. Good farina to trade for city prop- erty. Some choice vacant lots to swap for farm land. Good 5-roora cottage, lot 100 by 280 feet, In one block of Interurban; only $700. Good Investment. FOR SALE—6" acres well Im- proved iand at $05 per acre, four miles northwest of McKlnney. On North Tennessee street, four blocks from public square, 5-rooin house. 112 by 100, price $700. FOR SALE—A nice, gentle milk cow; only $35. See McKlnney Real- ty Co., Frunk Dowell, Mgr. Lot 180 by 200 on Hunt street, nice shade trees, well graded up; will take part In live stock. Fifty acres of black land two and a half miles of Frisco, well improv- ed, will swap for a stock of groceries. On North College street, half acre of ground, with a good foijr- rnom house, good barn and other out-houses; price fSOO. 64 acres nf land eight miles east of town, one mile of Ardat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 March 1908

— OVER THE COUNTY. Umr LMMri Fr*m The DMiHnl-OiuM'i CerflMt of Iptilil Cofftiptidiiiti- ■ . WILMETH. are Mrs. A. O. Mells, and Sallle and Kate Osborne ting in the Woodlawu com- thls wwk. work la progressing nicely, farmers are about through onions. infant of Auddle Mella and died last Sunday morning and """" hurried Monday at the Coffman tery. We sympathize with them their sorrow. Miss Emily Pendergrass of Jolin- son. accompanied by one of her pu- pils, Miss Iva Rerer, spent Friday night and Saturday with home folks and attended the party. There was a party given to the >ung folks at the home of Mr. and Irs. F. B. Johnston Friday night, rFebruary 21. A large crowd was present and all had an enjoyable time. Mr. George Wyatt of San Marshell New Mexico, and Miss Pearl Roberts of this place were married Tuesday night at the home of Dr. E. E. King in McKinney, Dr. Kiug officiating. Miss Pearl's many friends will Miss her lovely presence and bright smiles but our loss Is San Marshall's...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 March 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1 C .. \ i ' COUNTY ROAD OVERSEERS Following Ik a complete Hat of the roud overseers of Collin couuty appointed by the Commissioners' Court for the present year, with their postofflos addresses and roads for which they were appointed, the Hat having been compiled by MIhh Mary Love: Less Shields, Allen and McKlnney road, McKlnney. Cook Vantrease, Allen and Mc- Klnney road, Allen r. 1. Jno, W. McKlnney, Anna and Van Alstyne road, Anna. W. D. Craft, Altoga and McKlnney road, McKlnney, r. 3. Pete Lyuge, Allen Graham bridge road, Allen, r. 3. Will Robinson, Anna and Blue Ridge road, Anna r. 2. Jim Grahum, Allen and High Point road. Lucas. D. L. Conner, Allen and High Point road, Clear Lake r. 1. Will Deal, Allen and High Point- road, McKlnney, r. 2. Deck Womack, Allen and High Point road. Clear Lake r. 1. Dan Maynor, Beck's Mill and Dal- las Co. road, Allen r. 2. Constant Rossetter, Beck's Mill and Dallas Co. road, Allen, r. 2. Charley Chea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 March 1908

' ' •' i •' -V,- i'Aii:* ;* ')' CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AVfeflelaMe Preparation for As-1 t> ^stSS23S | Bears the Signature Ptomoles DigpsHonJChtffful- nf ness and RntjConiains netifcr UA Opium. Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. fJkOM Smi- Apetfcrt Remedy for Consflp* (ton, Sour Storaach.DUrrtoi "Worms .Convulsions JFevmsn ness wd Loss or Sleep. Facsimile Sifciarare of new yobk. _ Atto months old dosfs -,]5^tnts Exact Copy of Wrapper, In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA SIX O'CIjOCK 1)1 NX Kit. (•Itcii al Piano With McKIiiiipj Lady Guest of: Honor. Mr. nud Mr«. J. H. Bowman .1r. of Piano entertained a number of lrlcnds from this and other cities at a delightful six o'clock diner Friday evening, Mrs. C. I'. Heard of this city being the honoree. After the el- egant dining a number of Interesting games of Forty-Two were played. The occasion was thoroughly enjoyed by all present. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. (\ P. Hea...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 March 1908

v iMf; ISP " 1 ' ' 1 " J*';* '' • ■' —— THE WBKKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THUR8DAY, MARCH 6. 1908. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Relieves Colds by working them out of the system through a copious end healthy action of the bowels. I Relieves Coughs by cleansing the mucous membranes of the throat, chest and bronchial tubes. "As pleasant to the taste as Maple Sugar" Children Like It* Far BACKACHE WEAK KIDNEYS Try DsSltli KMmj sad Bladder Ptlla—Sara and Safe For Sale by R. E. Bristol Itl'UNH l'HOVKl) FATAL. Mrs. A. CJ. Spruil of FamierKvlllc Succumbs lo Ik'utli. Royally KntertalneU. ^ While at Blue Ridge the other day we had the pleasure of breaking bread with Rev. and Mm. J. B. WU- bauks, parent* of Mr. B. Wilbanks, the efficient assistant cashier of the Continental Bank and Trust Co. of this city, and of Judsoit L. Wilbanks, editor of the Huaonlan at Hugo. Ok., who «'hh formerly connected with this paper. Thc.v are Hue peo- ple, had a whole heaps' of something good to eat, and wo were nev...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 March 1908

s&v fit i i* J' Mr. Juo. Thompson of Blue Ridge was here Sunday afternoon. Dr. Tbos. Martin preached at Forest Grove last Sunday. HMr. Sam Osborn and family of West Texns are visiting relatives here. Mr. Jack and Miss Weeks of Ce- llna were In Melissa Sunday after- noon. Mr. DoukIhbs Shirley of Waco is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Shirley, The entertainment given by the "Mlnnelly Bells" was much enjoyed by a large audience. Mrs. Joe Moss of Honham visited her brother. Henry Morgan, and oth- er relatives last week. Mr. Lon Martin has returned from the Territory, where he went to take gome fine fox hounds to leave them awhile. Rev. Davis of Farmersville preach- ed two good sermons at the Presby- terian church Sunday morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Jones (nee Cal- loway * of Blue Ridge visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calloway, at the hotel, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Jessie Miller, daughter of Mr. Matt Miller, who has been at- tending school in Sherman is home...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 March 1908

, I' t f I v-v ( *■ < m. ->i L TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR, NO. II. M.KINXKV, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THIItKllAY, MAIICI! 12, I1M H. ENTERTAINMENT • Notwithstanding the short notice given of the recital by the music stu- ' dents of Dr. P. R. Koch,- Friday evening, at Jones Academy hall, a good-sized audience was present and a musical treat was offered by the ambitious and talented young ladies.' The entertainment was exclusively ot classical music, Intended as an illus- tration of the growth of Instrument- al music from Bach to the present day. A novel feature of the enter- tainment was the historical sketches of the uuthors. with which each composer was Introduced. The young ladies have never ac- quitted themselves so well as they did last night and the variety given to the program by the use of the vio- lin, the cornet, the piano, the trom- bone and the clarionet gave an ef- fect that held splendid attention • hroughout. and received the kind- HOLOCAUST HOR- ROR GROWS Cleveland, March (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 March 1908

. mmu iifw^ v;|6e J " — «v?^i i- ■. J The Kind Ton Havo Always Bought, and which has bem In Hie fbr over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- ' sonal supervision since Its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-tts-good"are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasaut. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotie substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverisliness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and datura1 sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. CCNUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bear* the Signature of The Kind Ton Hare Always Bought In Us...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 March 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZE" TE, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1 0S. •y {, '> + > Kodol For Indigestion Our Guarantee Coupon * i!' f"* " ■« of ■ fi.oo bottl. of Kodol. too eu boMuly l Ah noi bono- J**? wi" r,fulul roof moaay. Try Kodol today on thl luarantaa. fill oat and ■en tha following, praaant it to Iho daalar at tho tiuo of purcbaaa. If It falls to satlafy you ^ oo««l« conuiolns ooa-tbird of tba jnadielna to tba daalar from whom yon boacht Hi aad wa trill rafao4 year Boaay. T— 8 if a bar*. CalTklaOll- Digests WhatYouEat And NiIm the Stpmach Sweet S.C. DeWITT * CO.. ChlMCO, IU. FOR SALE BY SMITH BROS. n grippe. I u rcliased hero, al- B RANCH. Mrs. L. C. Lufun hits la Johnny Addlngton Iiiim cultivator. Farmers arc mill busy most ready to plant corn. John Nichols of Farmersville wa in our city one day last week. Quite a crowd from here attended literary at Lick Prairie Friday night. An enjoyable candy breaking was given at Tan CaKon's Thursday night. A Hinging at Will Sanders was well a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 March 1908

%* / ":1 I Hi The Democrat-Gazette. i. ' KKKljr DKMOCRAT-GABBT'l , THUR8DAY, MARCH \t. 1 0«. ■ n. in - ■■■ ' ■WH JISHBD EVERY THUR8DAY. IVrkins, Walter B. Wilton, Publisher* «ml I*ropri<rtopi . Lan«dale. A «o<'lntf Kdltor. Entered as secoud-class mall matter. To Mib eribeni -The date printed opposite your ium« on the margin of the inpof or on the r indicium ih«Ume to which your uti- ftcri|>tlon Y iwil.l Ml HulMM'rlptionM expire on the •rat of the month. Any mbacrtber not roMivlng th« paper regularly will p1«MM| notify u . 'e do not aend reoelpu for money paid on —irlplloim, but credit name on nllp attached <■ _ v ^ i« I „ MAi i.kAlarn mi u I I Vfc 111 I An lUQii iuhwhb, ■ ■. •/« «•< —— r ; to p*p--r, if credit la not ahown on alip In ten day* i From <Ut« Of reniHUnoe notify thl« office One Copy One Vnir $1.00 J —SB It's a mighty good Idea not to be- lieve all you hear. greatest In the history of these or- ionizations. Next year's meetings will be held in Oalveston,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 March 1908

i f «*♦ Uinery Openi'g Friday r THE WEE DEMOCRAT-O ixzErr TE, THWR8DAY, MARCH 12, 1908. We will put (in ilitiplajf for your inspection our spring line of La- dles Hats, llh'Ks (iiKiils, Silks mid Wash (^kkIn, Xcw |,aco Hands, mid Waist Nets, Kir. All the new things in colored and white dress linens, long itlovi-N in silk and lisle. Come early nnd laic. TIiIk will be a display that will please you. Misses .loc l)avies, Ll/.- ale Hnller, Mattie lliggins, and others will take pleasure in show- in|i the millinery. .Very rewpeetfully, Matthews Bros SKW LIFE. Mr. Quick was in McKinney First Monday. Jesse Brocktnan went to Farniers- vllle Saturday. Andy Green and wife visited rela- tives at Valdastn recently. Mr. Williams made a business trip to McKinney last Thursday. Mr. Brewer and family of Verona spent Saturday nlghi with Henry Alder. W. J. Burton attended Quarterly conference at Henselee's Chapel Sat- urday. Mr. Mi-Gee and family of Verona visited at the home of his brother- in-law, M...

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

i 1 iw f w TpJJ W. i: m ' • ]! jfe li' ii'.1 fi. (r f , Sale Starts March 14, Closing Saturday, March 28 Tlurud. G ■ pools Clark's O. N. T. for 25c 25c Talcum. Mennen's Talcum p >w der on wale at 13c SALE 8TAHTS MAIM'H 14 AND POSITIVELY CLOSES SATURDAY MA HUH 2S. COMK HA IN Oil 8HINEj25c SPENT AT THIS BALK WILL MY AH MT(H AS JI5c AT OTHBK I 8TOHEH. THE FAIR (to Domestic. Sea Island domestic as long as it lusts yd 4c I Or (•Ingham 10c Gingham checks and strlpod gingham at yard 7£c 5c Canvas. Yard wide canvas on bale yard 4aC Bring lu your premi- um coupons aiul get your share of the pret- ty premiums. 7 I -2c Muttons 3 cards pearl hut tons on sale at It may rain sleet and snow during this great spring opening sale, but in order to keep our sale increasing and make our competitors get a hustle on them, we're going to lower the price on a good many items that will interest the people of Collin county NEW SPRING SILKS, NEW WOOLEN SKIRTING, PRETTY WA1STING, NEW LINENS,. SEE THEM THIS ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 March 1908

V I '<■ 4 c. h rt-*. I —, IMHWWMKl IflgBHSpi :4itl § ' ; V4 ■•^",' ' &?• • ? ,t> t v '■ '■— THE WBEKLT DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH IK, 1098. —— It is "High Time" You Ordered A Spring Suit « hjm Give Us Your Measure and Our Tailors Do the Rest "Satisfaction Must be Yours" With hundreds of different pat- terns from which to select the new- est 190S fabrics—we ask that we make your "New Spring Suit.** _ We tallo.- to fit and please ho that you may join the hundreds of men who recommend our work. liccomiugncNs <<> (he mail Is "our long suit," hence our success In making dollies. It costs nothing to view our dis- play- an economical stun to have a suit made can we serve you? We clean, press and dye Skirts a specialty. -Ladies Jack Stiff THE TAILOR \ See our new stock of Misfits. Some real bargains. v'*'! wtorfrmt. Mr. Tile Is In town this week or- ganizing the "Homesteaders." Prof. M. A, Chllders and wife of Collna, spent last Friday night with friends in Prosper...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 March 1908

mmm B. Wilton, ud Ptaprieton. Associate Editor " who has a thing to# sell, i and whispers down a > apt to, collar the dollars* who climbs a tree and - • •"% -Profitable Advertising. il hundred orders for bath- wre placed at Waco. More be needed. olftlcally speaking, the campaign In grand old Collin county. Let bent man win. The Woodmen of the World will In McKlnney 3000 strong Thlira- March 26. And they will re- ye a hearty welcome. ^ 1 WYLUi. L. J. Oay of Nevada wu In Wylie Saturday. « Roy Allen la here on a vlalt to hlrf"- mother, Mrs. H. K. Allen. U. P. Clardy of McKluney ' waa among the votera Saturday. Mlaa Elsie Hagln of Piano haa come to Wylie to live with her aunt, Mra. Daniel. Rev. Shulta failed to till hla regu- lar appointment here Sunday on ac- count of alckueaa. Wyllea trade day waa atarted off lively laat Saturday % A good many entered their atock for the prizes. The remulua of the infant of Mr. and Mra. Flanagan of Murphy waa burled In the cemetery here Sunday afte...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 March 1908

P-t, THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUR8DAY, MARCH 12. 1#08. In Pacing Register anil i'aclifg Dallas, Texas, and liatt won 5 track record at Greenville and hns also paced miles In 2 • 01 which is a two minute goit; saddle horse, and hlsxolts are sters. lJr. Whitten lif fastest North Texas, and Is one of best Is 15 3-4 hands, 1100 lbs.; jet 1908 Sum of 1908 at Buck's Brick Stable Dr. Whitten, NO. 686 Record 2:15 1-4 at 4 year old at races and 6 socond moneys, holds the limits, Texas, for fast est time, lie 1-2 and 1-1 miles In 30 s <!onds. he Is also a line trotter and good natural saddlers and fast road- horse ever stood In Collin Co. or bred horses In the Co. Foaled 1000, black with long mane und tall. 11KNO ('l.llM'KIt 2:17 1-a—The state champion combination horse and sire of combination horses; Is registered in American trottitig Register No. 0107 and in-National Pacing Register No. 085 and In Texas Saddle Register, No. 39, and is the only stallion in state registered In those ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 March 1908

v v'i'v fa -I ' a * 1 •™. *; . lite • Normau and wife of Den- • visiting his father and moth- week. Womack, the hollneM minis- filled his regular appointment her the first Sunday. He in now liv- ing six miles wont of Ann^' W® sympathise with Mr. Luther Terry and wife in the loss of their little boy babe, age four daya, ou the 27th ult. The interment took place i*t Blue Ridge, their old hotue, on the 28th ult. Mies Annie Little of ihUi place wan married to Mr. Cluud Sledge of Greenville lust Sunday evening in Blue Ridge. After a short stay with the bride's mother, they will make their future home in Oklahoma. Taylor Gibson and family, who for ten years haw lived In Pike, moved from hare to Electra In Wichita county last week. Mr. Gibson will engage In the grocery business there •with his brother-in-law, Joe Kirk- patrick. Success to them. On the afternoon of the 26th, ult., Editor Tom W. Perkins ad- dressed the pupils of the free school at this placer The children were highly elated ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 March 1908

* fiSW : s SHOES Advance Notice WE have pleasure in announcing that we have secured the exclusive agency for the faultless-fitting "Dorothy Dodd" shoes for McKINNEY, TEXAS. The "Dorothy Dodd" is probably the most phenominal shoe success ever known. No better fitting or handsomer women's shoes are made and it is economically priced. The styles are original, exclusive and most varied in design. In fa<5t, the assortment includes styles suitable for any and every occasion. Our flock will include examples of all the new- est fashions, in all the favored shapes and popular leathers. PRICED AT \ $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 Watch for our Opening Announcement W. S. Knight, Sadies' fine shoes. . > THE WEEKLY DEMCfC RAT-G AZETTE. THUR8DAY, MARCH it. 1 08. . fraternity NOT "<'HAWING RAINBOWS'* \V. I'. Iticklcjr Replies to J. Stlue- buugli'* ItiHt'iu Arlitlf. Farmeisvllle, Tex., March 7.— Weekly Denioerat-Gazatte and Dal- ly Courler-Gasette: Please let me auy, after panning the Mr. Stine- b...

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

wm * ,, £ f The skillful physician de- mand* a nkillful pharma- cist; the patient requires both. ' . ! <-> nr" |W Reliability, Promptness, Skill!! 3ss=ra= Bring your prescriptions here. It makeH no difference what druggist's name 1b printed on the paper on which your doctor writes a prescription, you are perfectly free to bring it here to us to be filled. We cau assure you that It will be tilled exactly nccordlug to the way t^e doctor Intended It to be tilled, and will be filled with the best und purest and highest grade of drugs that the market affords. It. will be filled by a registered phar- macist. It will be checked off so that no mistake can possibly occur. Our prices will hens low us It is possible to make them. We solicit your patronage and assure you that we will give you as good a service as cun he had in this city. CITY DRUG STORE "III Business for Your Health." Complete line of drug sundries, stationery and Jewelry. Car- nation cream for chapped hands and face. Wa-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 March 1908

imr -V " ■ * L mm -ft- 4 f '£' T \V BNT V • FI FT H YEAR, NO. 7. .MciUNNKY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAN, THIRNDAV, MARCH III, liMtH. f AGED COLLIN 'OPENING OF CITIZEN DEAD J. 8. M. Brock died at 11:20 o'clock Sunday night at his home on South Chestnut street, after a three months' illness. at the age of eighty years, seven months and one day. Mr. Brock whs a native of Clarke county, Kentucky, but came to Texas in 187G. locating in Collin county, settling three miles north of Piano, whore he resided for four years. He then moved to Runnels county where he spent four years, after which ho moved back to Collin county, pur- chasing a farm three miles north of McKinney, where he resided until the 2 (lib of last December when he moved to this city. In 1X40 in Estell county, Ken- tucky, Mr. Brock married Miss Kutherlne Klmbrell, and he is sur- vived by his wife and the following sons and daughters: Henry and John Brock; Mrs. W. White of Weatherford; Mrs. J. W. O'Gwiu and Mrs. Rieley Wilmelh of Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 March 1908

ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ANfegeiable IVeparation firAs- sirait3'^ the FtodaatfRegui* (in^dieSkwiactaandBoildsflf GASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought .. ... #;V Pf„ ' m Promotes Digpstionflttftf^ new and RntjContains neJter Opium.Morphine narMtaoiL, not Narcotic. MiraTOUIkSIMWrian %£.?- MMTeSdk- j&M* Aperfeci Remedy fbrCbmflp- Hon, Sour Stomach.Dlaritnea Worms jCoHvulswns.Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. At b months olJ J5 Doses -J5C1 nts Bears the Signature of Guaranteed under tfiel Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years GASTORIA ▼me eintaun eommmv. new «omi cirv. Mrs. Will Ferguson of Bells has arrived for a visit to h«r parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nenney. This is Worth Remembering. Whenever you have a cough or cold, Just remember that Foley's Honey and Tar will cure It. Do not risk your health by taking any but the genuine. It is In a yellow pack- age. Smith Bros. Lawyers' briefs, school catalogues, bookle...

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