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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 January 1907

UUE FLORENCE WALSH WOMEN SUFFER Many woman sailor 1b dleno* and drift along from bad to worse. know- lag well that they ought to hn<r« immediate aaektanoe. How many woman do you know who ere perfectly well ana strong? The cause may be easily traced to some feminine derangement which manifests itself in depression of spirits, reluctance to go anywhere or do anything, backache, dragging sensations, flatulency, nervousness, And ilcooUiiDeiui, Th«*e symptoms are but warnings that there is danger ahead, snd un- less heeded, a life of suffering or a serious operation is the inevitable result. The best remedy for all these symptoms is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs. No other medicine in the country has received such widespread and unqualified endorsement. No other medl- cine has suoh a record of cores of female ills. Miss J. F. Walsh, of S9S W. Sflth St.. N«w York City. writes:-"Lydia K. .pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been of inestimable value ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 January 1907

consumption. I blacksmiths of Leonard. has bought i lsrge congregstion at the Methodist- -W; , you ham no douM —lit— the •tOHIMit t« H andpuff up against th« JUt crowds the heart and intar> rtto ita action, and in the cows* of iHmImmI b Kodol for Dyspepsia mm*i what you cat. takes the strain off Smeh, btflumnltlon Mtnornaoe lining tho Stomach and Diges- Tract Nsmus Dyspepsia sad Cstairh M YU.N.T. Biuuaui What You Sit PBSnrnn ISESmgl For Bale hy Smith Bros. VHhl Statistics. •goWt Day and wife, Allen, boy. te- 'A! Standrldgs and wife, Culle- oka, girl. 'W. L. Moore and wife, Culleoka, J. O. Catea and wife, McKinney, girl Will Martin and wife, Clear Lake, boy. H. B. Dunn and wife, Branch, girl. C. C. Luellen and wife, Allen, boy. John B. Honaker and wife, Far- mersville, boy. Bob Conklin and wife, Frisco, boy. W. J. Carter and wife, Frisco, boy. Walter Brlatow and wife, Frisco, girl. Will Carter and wife, Frisco, boy. T. L. Moore and wife, Wylle, girl. Em mot Stewart and wife, Clima...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 January 1907

THE COUNTY; ( •ltd Newsy Letters Prom The Democrat- igette'a Corps of Special Correspondents. FOREST GROVE. | their bod and family at Long Meek Sunday. Jan. 21.—Mr. and Mra. D L. ' V.'. N Strode made a business Sorton of Blythe Chapel spent Sun iflp to Leonard and Ladonla laat jy With Mr. an^ Mra. Radford axey of thia place. , Mr. aud Mrs. John Bmiley of Alto- Mra. Zora Faulkner and daugh- ga. viaited their daughter. Mra. Tom tar of Clay county are visiting rel- 'Dover Sunday. atlves in thia community. , Miaa Laura Hudaon of McKlnney spent Friday night with her uncle, Sunday. Mr. L. T. Qarrett of this place. Mr. and Mrs Misses Bertie and Veata Kerby of McKlnney viaited our Sunday achool Sunday afternoon. There waa a large crowd at choir practlce laat Wedneeday night. Born to Mr. ,and Mra. W. P. Kerby, a baby girl. Mr. Cordia Snider and famltv Spent Sunday at Mr. and Mra. W. Q. Kenr'a. Miaa Effie Phelpa la vlaiting he. brother, Mr. Orien Phelpa, of Ami- rillo. Miaa Pearl Kerr apent S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 January 1907

r *v«ry Thursday •d by W. J. Cunningham, tho pro- Bailey candidate. In other word* Bona tor Hawkins stays resigned. B. WILSON Proprietors. Mtea <4. VII U9M ,.ru.>.i . , - >r An rh lit* to which your « b- i W o mtrgIn rf the pnoor or on th •utaott '•etmo*umn*Qu< . ^nytuW*riW art r#- •hrlae taa s# #r i>«iiisrty will not Ufu* mibwrlpt'^i -*ptr > o >n< HHP _* je.eet w<foipu for aenor paid on •«te.<Hvt1on( tmi or** two en slip iImI-' «e Mtt.l/ oHAIt hi not .town on allp la tea ** rrwsi lil of notify this otto* Subscription lUtes One copy one year 91.00 Entered as second-class mull matter. McKlnney, Texas January U4, 1007. A TIMELY CASTIGATION. Senator Tillman became so rabid *nd Intemperate In his remarks— or rather sj clownlnsh ani insulting toward other Southern Senators who do not condemn President Rooje- velt 'for discharging: the negro troops lor th- Brownsville outrage, that It Le.'ai« necessary for the Senate to go Into session behhnl 80 far. the wlut...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 January 1907

• • .' '* "■ . • * Blue Pencil Sale - 8 Days Our First Annual Cleaning Sale on Seasonable Goods. This Sale begins Friday 9: a, m, January, 25th to Feburary, 2nd. Don't let this spell of worm weather make you think the winter is over, but come and prepare for it. Read carefully each item and judge for yourself. Note the Blankets and Comforts, the Shoes, Clothing and just see the prices on the lady's Skirts and Wraps. Everything is marked in plain flgers with blue pencil. Come and see and judge for yourself. This is no windy sale but actual facts. A feast for prompt buy- ers for the next eight days* Bead the prices, bring this ad with you and come to day. Read|tbe following prices carefully. All lady's Hats at just one half price I- ■ •• Big lot m«n'a Imitation Guy- Q« ott suspenders, this sale .. . ww Men's black and tan socks good val- ues at 13 1-lc pslr. eight days only, two pair for .. .. I- wsv Heavy grey work sox, 3 OQii pair for fcVw Men'a Saranac -gloves, made from plecee of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 January 1907

dr.to Gain Bride Becomes Soapmaker Arrested on Forgery Charge We have Just received a oar loa d of Trultt'B Famous Georgia Cotton 8e«^ and I think the earlkwt and best we can plant — aald by Mr. Trultt to be twenty days earlier than our native cotton. . The most af these seed will go out In next few days and 1 ask all tbose living In city and Interested In Improving our seed to call this week and get what you want. Harvte Jordan, president Farmers' National Congress, says: • "I have planted considerable acreage of my farm this year in Truitt's Big Boll cotton, in connection with othe r standard varieties, and find that , V Trulttf's cotton will produce a heavier yield than any variety planted. Hla the abaolutely reliable and it affords me pleteure to recommend which be offers for sale to all buyers." cbtton is st^d whit 4 E. 8.—To the Farmer who brl ngs the first bale of cotton grown from Truitt's seed I will give the^market price toe the cotton, and mkkt him a present of &00 po...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 January 1907

liable Preparation For As simflatin(|lbcFoodandl?eauia- Ung ih? Stoaacte and Bowe ls of d—. jy. j-v.r'. ,*T.^ #«ia< ;*<«* ... •** /Arium.Mwrpluus Wl imznL KotXarcotic. 8AST0RU f For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Poa ro fho J H Signature /, Sheriff** Dale Notice. Apcrfeci Retoedy for Cansllps- llon.Sour Slonvrh.Diarrtwoa Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- MU And Lous or Sjuexp. TacSuntU SignfUur* of Gt*4ftEEZ NEW YORK. /VI if (ll<j : f.) I) ti> t *> - { j L i ms OWMTT n US8 For Over THURSDAY. J I | Leonard Cols, who Is a McKinney boy, has accepted a position this office, and arrived from Dal- tbla afternoon te aaaome hla da- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crowder who Ave been visiting the former's •other. Mra. Kate O*<wdor, for u feek. left today for their home at Ibnple. Oh. C. J. Cuflggpe t>f San Antonio spent t n^ght with hia brother, F. M. ua, and family in this city. He a traveling man for a Houston oleaale firm and ia a moat agree- Me gentleman. Dr. J...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 January 1907

Sf>-" fe* t ■■Or...-«,* WfciWjlW. ■■1 '«* f *^'..(,■■■,■■ ■ .w^-- ■■•■ ■ ■■•>• ■■'■ ■ ■■■ ■■ « i|i' LOOK OUT FOR HUNTER "WitH tHe RED P. L White I. D. Newsone ...Winter Clearance... Sale of For the next few days we fwill give a sweeping reduction on every line of winter goods in order to make room for our . ' j fiecu Spring StoeK which we will soon begin to receive. WHITE & NEWSOME Merchant Tailors and Gents' Furnishers. McKinney, Texas. Bow Qeew Ave Shod. ; Providence Journal: "Goose is better than a turkey," •aid a grocer, "and I know where the? shoe geese. "It la In the country round about Warsaw, In the Vllna district. They do this because the geese have a long annual journey to make—a journey to the goow market, "You see, In the Iftte fall and ««• ly winter a goose market ia held at Warsaw, and geeae to the number of 6,000,000 congregate In the town The geese march to market on foot. Some come from 100 to 150 miles away. The average distance they come is aizty mllea, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 January 1907

► « • • ♦ # - .■ ^ ♦ * ■ '*• >• 't etnucmt- •1.00 PKR YEAR. < McKINNEV, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY l, vol. 28, no. 52. m OF CHILD'S SUDDEN DEATH Mr*. L. M. Carrington. accompa- lied by he*- daughter, Mrs. J. W. furcell 1^ Saturday afternoon for Mart, Te X In response to a men- luge an junclng the sudden death [f her grandson. Phil Moore, the /o-year-old twin son of her daugh- r, Mrs. John Moore, formerly of >is city. The newB o.' the child's [oath was a great shock to the rela- tives here, for it was not even tnown that he was sick. Miss Dannie May Carrington of this city visiting her sister, Mrs. Moore, knd a letter received from her only few days ago stated that all the family were well. It Is not known rtyat disease caused the child's sud- len death. The interment of the re- tains will take place Sunday, We bin with many friends of the fam- In extending condolence to them their sorrow. PLEADS FOB FREE SEEDS. r. Chandler of Mississippi Lends Fight in House. ■...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 January 1907

The DeiMcrat-Guettr. Published K*ery Thursday. TOM W. PWUUVS WAIT Ml n. WUdK X K<lltor«. I'abltehere itd Proprietors *0 «a% ortt^r : -Ttt# <l*u k rl i 4 oppoolM fnur ami* ob «*• a*r*Ui of th p u*r or os tt« •rup«r iu4Io im tkt tliM « rules your pub- •jrlp'.tun U Mid Ail .uto or1SlU M eiplr# on (k« ftrtt of ik tuoaih. Ab; uUont r uctrs- •irlag MM papur rofuUriy will plaaaa aoiily ua «a«e oot aoud ntoaipu -for aaooaf pa*4 01. •awKnyUtiat, Ml oiWJl wan on iip tt p pMr, if la owl mows oo Miip in tai #• v **am d i« of r* Huooa. ooilfy tbla qpU* Subscription lUtos One cop)' <">« y«'ur 91.00 Enured as second-class mull mutter. McKiuney, Toxim, Jauuuiy 31, ivOi "THKY HAY. It la only Ik* Ml •ad traducer—the share*ter who starts forth the deadly whisper under tha cloak of "thay aajr." Naae at us can afford to reuuda la this .'alaa light. None ot us aaa aCord to etand In tha character of aa aa- aaaaia. Whaa "they Har" bagiaa ta d|Mfcsrge venom la our aeighbar- iioa let's move out.'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 January 1907

Ft Inftmti aad Children Tin Kind Yon Have Always Bought Ptewmftcm leTWdandB sloitattng (Helved andRep liwtlt 9loiwanamlBowl3of Bear* ti>° Signature of wrtw\.CL ;.'i pJSlkU'x"'%it:i m,MorpHnc aorlloti tXahcotio. In Use For Over Thirty Yeers Apofocl ttamedy FerCwlw- Ttoo, SCM* Sto—rJwni intuitu Wbrat jC—irwiamiir ,ft*wriah- dmm and Lo s o r Bleep Srgnritttr* of i&assr XCW YORK LITTLE GIRL BADLY BURNED Irene, the four-year-old daughtei of Mr. aud Mrs. EE. L. Setllss, resia* lag one mile south of I)onn , wa«. badly and perhaps fatally burned in an accident at her parenta' home about 9:30 o'clock laat Thursday, Mrs. Setllss was doing some washing and had a large kettel over a fire in the yard. The little girl was play- ing in the yard near her mother an< while the mother's attention waa di- rected alsewhere the child drew near the fire and her dress became ignited, the flames rapidly envelop- ing her. Mra. Setlias, hearing the screams of her baby, rushed quickly to her assistan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 January 1907

St.' Democrat-Gazette. m mm fx Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER B. W1LHON Editors, l*ublishers and Proprietors. I!_1.U _!!■■L - ' To ftutmcrttors: - Tbe dau> priir.eu oppoj.it.« rour name < n the mm fin of th« pauor 01 un iU- vripprr lndioai<* tlie time lo wiicb your nut- •ortpltua U t> Id. All aubacrtpttono rxplr; or. tba Oral of thu month. An> aui scriU>r nrt re- tiring the paper mgularly will pleaae notify ua t> a ao t ot ootid reoelpu for monrjr paid on assaoripitoo*, out outfit mdu on allp a'taobad ve , If or<ntU la hot auowu on ailp in ten 4 < Pros date of reirlttauoa, notify tula ottoe. Subscription Kales One ropy one yeur 91. WO Entered as second-class mall matter. .. - i 1 1 —— McKliincy, T« \ax, January II, i'.iO*, Texas Democrats dearly love to light each other. For Lung Troubles Ayer's Cherry Pcctortl cer- tainly cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, consumption. And it certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs. There can be n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 January 1907

mi m 1 POWER 10USE Mr. Duren, assistant chief engl- r of the Texas Traction Compa- iy which l« engaged In bulldlpg th*- Iherimaa-Dalla* InterurbaD through city, was here Tueaday la the it ot the company in connection '1th the preliminary work on the |Iff power house for the road, to be rected. as stated, on a twenty acre let of rtind, a part of the old Berry rm. one mile north of townv Mr- ill of the engineering corps of the tpany, is here gathering data regard to the depts of arteslar fells, the strata of soil, etc, pre- ilnary to the sinking of an arte- |*n well at the site fer the power , at once. Efforts are being krte to secure all deeds to the |ht-of-wny between the powei ise location and Bast Fork, at j, so that there may be no delay the construction of the power ise. It Is Intended to have a ling outfit at work clearing for ke right-of-way at once. A WOOD UOLATY HOY. lodof Dyspepsia Cure Tom W. Perkins of McKinney, was here Friday In the interest of the Texas Presa Associati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 January 1907

Published livery Thursday. TOM W. PKKKIN8 \VALTKll%. WIUMJM Vtfitnr*. Publisher* and Proprietor*. T>0 W bacr1brr ;-The dale printed oppoelte vaar nun* on the margin of the pauer or on tn«* triiMr ladloatee the tin* to which your ub- •crtriloo U paid AH ubeorlptiutie . *plr on ike Brat of the month Any aift>aertb*r n-i ra- «t«te| tha paper regularly will ploaae notify ua «• tfo not eeod raoatpta for moony paid on tataeriptiooe. b*t oiadll eame on allp a'utehed la paper, If orodlt la not ahown on allp In ton da*«TroB 4au of reailttanoe, notify thla oBoe Huh cription Ilntes Oik* copy one year $1.00 Eutered us second-class mall matter. McKinncy, Tfwt*, January .11, 1007. . i . . (MMII) itO \I>S. Good roads! There never was a more Important subject for your consideration. Encourage the blind- ing of good roads in every way you can, not for the benefit of others, but because of what it means to you.—Waxahachle Enterprise. « a a a a With good dirt roads leading to Gonzalez from ev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 January 1907

J ♦ — — i ? ❖ t y X ? Y y r y y Y f y ALL THIS WEEK 3 1 1 OO Huts, K(kI Kye Price OO Suit Underwear, Keil Eye Pi ice SO Kid G.« ves. Hed Eve Price 4 OO Vents, ReH Kye Price 3 OO Vents, Ued Kye l'rice 2 50 Vest8, Red Eye Price 2 OO Vests, Kid Kve Price 1 3 2 2 1 50 75 25 OO 25 OO 50 15 ? T Y Everything at Red Eye Prices. Al.UilN. Jan. 30.—Rev. and Mr#. J. S. Stocknid nave returned to their home ui Canyon City. Mr. Milton Perry and wife of RuHhvllle, Indlma, visit. rt Dr. Wol- ford and family tliiH week. Mr. Whlsenant was in McKinney iWednesd ay. Mrs. Sol Fitzhugb and Mrs. Jno. Cook" of Mi Kinney visited Dr. ol- ford and wife Wednesday. Will Flnley of Ferris visited his father and mother bere Wednesday. Mrs. J. W. Giddiugs and Miss Bettle Christie were in McKinney Wednesday. Hobt. Harris of Cleburne was vis- iting in Allen Friday. As our correspondent was misin- formed last week we wish to correct the error in which we stated Miss Bessie Marshall had returned to Stamford. Her slater. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 January 1907

- ■■ COUNTY. Newsy Lsttsrs From Ths Democrat- Corps of Special Correspondents. m NEW HOPE. !•.—Farmen are well up their work. Considerable has been prepared (or thv> erop. Oar school Is to crowded that Prof. Herring hat engaged Miss Mc- ry Kluts to assist him. Mre. J. T. Ault of the Indian Ter- ritory la visiting her father. F. M. MIIHcan who we are glad to report Improving. Mlas Minnie Holder of Plalnvlew and alatera, Mlaaea Emma and Mag- gie Reneau, of Mt. Zlon. visited Mr. and Mra. Bob Rencau Monday. Mr. A. D. Drake haa been Buffer- ing With rehumatlapi the past week. Prayer meeting waa well attended at the ohurch Thursday night; every body invited to attend and take P*rt. Jeaae Bhaln and wife gave the young folka a party Wednesday night. « Mr. and Mra. Oiddens of Ardath visited Mr. and Mra. Bob Reneau Sunday. Elsie Odell of Ardath attended Sunday achool here Sunday. Several young folka from Wil- son's Chapel attended Sunday achool here Sunday. COALE'S CHAPEL IS, Jan. 28.—Rev....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 January 1907

t < r «=jC£ea<!7ioru/ workers fir good::.:: NATIONAL OFFICERS ON ITINER. AltV THKOl'CiH HTATK. $3.00 WANT THHFE LAWS EM. El) A handsome new style in our Diamond Special Grade that will give the finishing touch to any costume. This is only one of our new patterns. Ask your dealer to show you his styles of Diamond Brand Shoes. He should have them in all grades, at all prices, for men as well as for women and children. f €2X, Q. DIAMOND BRAND <2?(J? \ QJtoae Lg-^oemaaers/^o^ fVE MAKE MORE F/NE SHOES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE //V THE WEST Col. Vdiirc Ev|tii>v«fs Himself on the l'1'gent Need of .Special MrnHurcit, J LI.. . .... Greetings From Old Servant Interurban Directors Meet Hon. W. M. Abernathy sends tho following from )i)b bed of sickness: "Quito, a number of people have •asked n\e aboium y old Hervant. Si- mon In Mississippi. I have hud his letter several days and now let htm answer: "My Dear Friend—I received your letter anod check on Christmas eve. 1 must thank you for r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 January 1907

. KgI lirfi If. v * mm FREE TOBACCO FOR ADVERTISING PURPOSES Tht mennfirtarar of BLACK BEAR CrHEWINO TOBACCO ttts authorised all dealers la this section to five to Om Pl«« of BLAOK MEAN kH with Mck mW of Two PV*a Two Plugs of BlSOH MAN froo with emch mm of Four f' n«i ThrM Phkg* of BLAOK MAN Iroo with Mch Mie of Pfaif*. This extremely liberal offer Is made at the expense of the man offe- rer, mod is for advertising purposes only. This will give aa opportunity all who like dark, rick and Itgkily s-untUtud tobaccos, to lay in a good of tobacco of unsurpassed merit while this offer lasts. . _ie object of this deal is not to -ill BLACK BEAR tobacco at lees ww the regular price, but it is to convince all who like tobacco similar In grade, that BLACK BEAR is the bat of its kind. This offer is made for a limited time—as the manufacturer could not afford to continue it indefinitely, and with the expectation that all who take advantage will like the tobacco so well hey will continue to use i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 January 1907

8. J. MASH E, G. H. LUCAS, RESOLUTIONS 1—Goutiuue to Jii4a uu W *l«rw;t^ >11. 5—Do all the good to mankind—liy Selling thorn Furniture , Cheap. 3—Keep, always iu stouk, the nicest and prettiest Hocking Chairs 4—Not to go to Pallas only when we hate business. 6—That our Iron iled* shall he the prettiest in town. 0—Our husiuess method* Shall be so you uan sen J your child- reu to trade with uu and be perfectly protected. 7—That we will go to Chuich and pay our preacher better Sam Massie Furniture Company UU UfSAS, Maiugsr. I Baiiey' Re-EIectiQn Is Celebrated Here THE JAWM OF ANOTHER 006000000000000000000<X>A<XX>00<X>0000<> STATEMENT OF CONDITION CONDENSED CONTINENTAL BANK & TRUST CO. at the Clone of Business November 30, 19< 6. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $ 943,358 25 Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures .. 85,167 27 Stocks and Bonds 27,538 (K) Cash and Due from Banks 1,032,341 14 Due on Cotton 287.392 15 $2,375,796 81 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 346...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 January 1907

1 t 8 is good II well as bad in everything1, question is, how are people going to tell the good from the bad. When you want the medicine that will do you the most good, go to some responsible local firm, and ask them for the best medicine. R. H. BRISTOL, McKlnney, Texas, Wholesale Agents, Collin County. hare been appointed wholesale agents of your county for The American I^harmacal Co., of Evansville, Ind., and to handle their celebrated line of medicines. They will recommend these remedies every time, and they do this because they know that each one is compounded with great care, and each is the result of long years of •tudy and experience. What is more, if you are not satis- fied with the results, they will gladly refund ^our money. Bvenr remedy is guaranteed and conforms with the Pure Food and Ehrug Law, a law which will do away with all fake cures and fradulent medicines that have been a source of constant danger to the unsuspecting public for so long. The dealers who handle The...

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