Daily Courier. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 305, Ed. 1 Monday, March 4, 1901 Page: 7 of 8
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How Three Women Found Relief.
While no woman is entirely free from periodical suffering, it does not seem
to have been the plan of nature that woman should suffer so severely. Lydlft
B, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the most thorough female regu-
lator known to medical science. It relieves the condition which produces so
much discomfort and robs menstruation of its terrors.
The three letters here published should encourage every woman who suffers;
Aug. 6, 1898.
" Diib Mm. Pinkhaa£ : — I have
suffered since the age of sixteen with
painful menstruation. I have been
' treated for months, and was told that
the womb had fallen a little. The
doctor says that is now in place again,
but I still have the same pain. Please
tell 'me what to do." — Mrs. Emma.
Kukhl., 112 Trautman St., Brooklyn,
B. D., N.Y.
Jan. 19, 1899.
" Deab Mas. Pinkham : — After re-
ceiving your reply to my letter of
Aug. 0 I followed vour kind advice,
ana am glad to tell you that I have
been cured of the severe pain at time
of menstruation through the use of
Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound. I have taken six bottles of
it, felt better after the first bottle,
and after a while had no more pain
or womb trouble.
" I had doctored from the age of six-
teen to twenty-six, and had lost all
hope, but your medicinc has made
•• I would like to have you use my
testimonial, so that others may see,
and be inspired with hope, and take
your medicine." — Mrs. Emma. Kuehl,
113 Trautman St.,Brooklyn,E. D.,N.Y.
Feb. 20, 1900.
"I saw your medicine so highly
recommended I thought I would write
to you for advice.
•* My menstruation occurs every two
weeks, lasts a Week, and is painful. I
have been troubled in this way for
some time. I suffer from sick head-
ache and backache all the time, appe-
tite poor, sick at
thing 1 eat hurts
me, am very weak,
thin, and sallow.
" 1 have tried
doctor, but he did
not seem to do me
319 So. 4th Sfc,
April 23, 1900.
"Since receiving your answer to
my letter I have been taking your
Vegetable Compound, and it has done
me more good than any medicine I
have ever taken. My menses are all
right now, and appear once a month,
and I feel so much stronger. 1 shall
always praise your medicine."— Miss
Maggie Pollard, 319 So. 4th St.,
441 was troubled with female weak*
ness, irregular t d
a t i o n, and leu-
co rr hoe a. The
did me no good.
1 have taken one
bottle and a half
of your Vegetable
thanks to your
are gone. 1 advise
all women suffering as I have to us#
Jour Vegetable Compound," —Emma
. Pribrle, Indianola, 111.
If there is anything about your case about which you would like special
advice* write freely to Mrs. Pinkham. No man will see your letter. She can
surelv help you, for no person in America has such a wide experience in treat-
ing female ills as she has had. She has helped hundreds of thousands of
women back to health. Her address is Lynn, Mass., and her advice is free*
You are very foolish if you do not accept her kind invitation.
£EWAItD. -We hare deposited with the National City Bank of Lynn, $8000,
Which will be paid to any person who can find that the above testimonial letters
writer's special per-
are not genuine, or were published before obtaining the *
mission. LYDIA E. PINKHAM
iaafca-t4. .* i>g isxnaaii. e—arj • ••
POSTMASTER 72 YEARS.
Various second hand organs
will be sold from $10 to $25 at
pnoe at J. T. Couch. dwtf
Try a bottle of N. B. Sareapa-
rilla. Guaranteed by us to give
North Lansing, N. Y., March 4.
—The venerable Roswell Beards-
lev, who has been postmaster at
this place for over seventy-two
consecutive years, is attending the
inaugural ceremonies at Washing-
ton as the government's invited
guest. Mr. Beardsley, who is
believed to be the oldest employe
of the government in any capacity
is 90 years old, and was appointed
postmaster by President John
Quincy Adams, Juno 28, 1828.
John McLcan of Ohio, was post-
master general. Although a
staunch Democrat, Mr. Beardsley
who keeps a large country store
in the little village, has continued
to distribute mail and sell postage
stamps throughout the various
I wish to say I have refurnished
my shop with new furniture,
something that is nice, and not
surpassed in beiuty by anything
in North Texas, and without
exagerating can proudly say I have
the best selected crew of barbers
in Texas. You are cordially
invited to come and be convinced.
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Prop. Foote House Barbor Shop.
Chicago, March 4.—The Pro-
1 ! ft
hibitionists do not claim that their
• ' l . •< • : 1 ' ' • }
candidate for the presidency was
elected, nevertheless they today
gave Mr. John G. Wooley the
honor of a mock inauguration.
Mr. Wooley delivered his address
here today and it was announced
to have been made similtancously
; • 1
in 5,000 other places throughout
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To the'city of McKinney. We
have opened a nice addition of
57 lots, known as the J. G. Fitz-
hugh addition. We will sell to
parties wanting to build on five
years time if desired, or will take
one fourth. If you do not want
to build, and good terms on the
balance. Will trade for all kinds
of live stock, wagons and bug-
gies or other property. Why
not get you a home as it is in the
reach of all. Office over Lar-
W. J. S. & C. H. Russell.
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Charlie Malone has opened up
next door to Coffey's livery stable
and parries the finest line of whis
•« • <. • . * i •-> t " v | •
kies, wines and cigars in the city.
••NEW NAHPSHIRE dOLl>.M
For the benefit of the Haw-
thorne College military company,
the members of the two societies
of that c tlU'ge will present at the
the opera house Thursday even-
ing. March 7th; the play entitled
"New Hampshire Gold." It is
said that the societies of tho
Hawthorne College have splendid
talent and will present this play
to excel lent advantage. We
<;ommcnd the enterprising spirit
of the Hawthorne and do not
doubt but that they will appear
before a crowded house. Admit-
tance will be 15c and 25c. tf d
IF YOU WANT
Your shirts or your fam-
ly wash well cleansed without the
use of chemicals; if you want your
clothes back without having all
the buttons ripped off, we are the
identical hiundrv you are looking
for. We are w illing to earn our
money honestly by using nothing
but "plain, everyday, ordinary
'Phone 7. 224 Woodard St.
Denison. ; : : Texas.
H. II. SINGLETON,
ARTHUR STACY, Agt.
tf can save you money.
Furniture, that's our theme,
and we want to talk to you
on the subject. Wo can't
tell you all about our big
stock of new things in furni-
ture here, but we do earnest-
ly urge you to see our stock
before buying anything in
the furniture line, for we
W. L. Nelson,
The House Furnisher, o
^ Opp' site opera house. o
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Daily Courier. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 305, Ed. 1 Monday, March 4, 1901, newspaper, March 4, 1901; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth191381/m1/7/: accessed April 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.