Daily Courier. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 305, Ed. 1 Monday, March 4, 1901 Page: 8 of 8
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CHILDREN ATE POLK ROOT.
ONKOF THEM IS DEAD AND AN'OTII-
Ki: KXPlCrTED TO DIE.
Commanchc, ,TVx., March 4.—
Three children of To in Rubers
and one ol a man named VVin-
ningham, living a few miles .south
of Commanche, were poisoned
yesterday by eating polk root.
One of the Nabers children died
in the afternoon and another is
not expected to live.
Will Boom his Business.
8. Luval,a merchant of Dallas;
Texas, writes: '*1 thought I
would liavo to give up business,
after two years of suffering from
general debility brought on by
overwork and long hours, but
four bottles of Electric Bitters
gave me new life. I can now eat
anything, sleep well and feel like
working all the time. It's the
best medicine on earth." It's a
wonerful tonic and health builder
for tired, weak, sickly and run-
down people. Tvy i . Satisfac-
tion guaranteed. Only 50e at
Washington, March 4.—The
illustrated official program was a
unique feature of the inaugura-
tion toda>. Among a number of
interesting articles included was
an account of the inauguration of
the year 2001, at which time the
author assumes the United States
will have acquired the whole of
the Western Hemisphere. It is
assumed that the president, a
Montreal man, will have 40 cab-
inet members to appoint; that the
senate will consist of 300 mem-
bers and the House 800, and that
Washington on that day will
entertain 3,000,000 visitors, most
of whom will view the inaugural
parade from air ships.
Working Over Time.
"H«llo, John," "I have noticed
in the papers about the Clothing
Exchange; what is it?" "Why
Pat, that's easy. Just take vour
old clothes to the New McKinney
Steam Dye House and ho will
exchange your o'd elothes for
new ones." G. Getz, Prop,
dw Opposite new Wado hotel.
Contagious Blood Poison is the most degrading and destructive of all diseases, as it vitiates and corrupts the entire system.
The first sore or ulcer is followed by little red pimples on the body, mouth and throat become sore, the
glands enlarge and inflame, copper colored splotches appear, and hair and eyebrows fall out. These are
some of the milder symptoms; they increase in severity, finally attacking the vital organs ; the body ia
tortured with rheumatic pains and covered with offensive eating sores.
It is a peculiar poison, and so highly contagious that an innocent person handling th$ same articles
used by one infectea with this loathsome disease, may be inoculated with the virus. It can be transmitted
from parent to child, appearing as the same disease or in a modified form — like Eczema or Scrofula.
Many an old sore or stubborn skin trouble appearing in middle life, is due and traceable to blood
poison contracted in early life. You may have taken potash and mercury faithfully for two or three years
and thought you were cured, but you were not, for these poisonous minerals never cure tins disease ; they
drive it from "the outside, but it is doing its work on the inside, and will show up again sooner or later.
You may not recognize it as the same old taint, but it is. S. S. S. has cured thousands of cases of
Contagious Blood Poison, and it will cure you. It is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known,
and the only antidote for this poison. S. S. S. cleanses the blood thoroughly of every particle of the
poison — there is never any return of the disease.
/>UHF 1/AIIHCFI F JIT Send for our Home Treatment book,
vLKL IvLKoLll /i I uWlviL* y!hich giv',s .a 'vstor>' °l disease iu jj
stages, and is the result of many years ol
close study of blood poison and actual experience in treat-
ing it. You can cure yourself perfectly and permanently
at home, and your secret is your own. Should you need
any information or medical advice at any time, write to
our physicians. They have made a life study of blood
diseases, and will give your letter prompt and careful
attention. Consult them as often as you please; tre make
no charge whatever for this service. All correspondence is
conducted in the strictest confidence.
, Address, SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GK
Mrs.T.W. I«ee, Mont-
gomery. Ala., writes:
r' Several years ago I
was inoculated with
poison by a diseased
nurse, who infected
my baby, and for six
long years I suffered
untold misery. My
body was covered witn
sores and ulcers. Sev-
eral physicians treated
me, tut all to no pur-
pose. The mercury and
potash they gave me
seemed to add fuel to
the awful flatne which
whs devouring me.
Friends advised nie to
tryS. S. 8. I began tak-
ing it and improved
from the start, and a
eomplete and perfect
Air* was the result."
"W. B. Huun.
O, II. Kirkpatrick.
DR8. KIRKPIIM 8
A^Office in Waddill Building.
Save Half a Day!
By using New Trains of the
All Meals In Dinin# Cars.
Pullman Sleeping Cars. Parlor Cars.
Shortest Route and Hours.
Ibe Quickest Time.
For particulars, address,
T. M. HUNT,
traveling passenger agent.
Hue en£ Crescent
tiight hour laws areignoreu by
tireles, little workers—Di .King's
New Life Pills. Millions are al-
ways at work, night ami day, cur-
ing indigestion, biliousness, con-
stipation, sick headache and all
stomach,liver and bowel troubles.
Easy, pleasant, safe, sure. Only
25c at City Drug Store.
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New Cloth s Kxcha ged for Old Ones.
Anvone sending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention is probably patentable. Communica-
tions st rictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
tpecial notice, without charge, in the
A handsomely illustrated weekly. largest cir-
culation of any sclentiflo journal. Terms, $3 a
year: four months. 9L Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.se,B'® d—*- New York
Branch Office, 625 F St., Washington, D, C. •
CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,
COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.
Send your business direct to Washington,
•svei time, costs less, better service.
My oBes cloas to V. 8. PstentOfice. FREE prelimin-
ary examinations a ads. Atty'rTee not dne nntll patent
li secured. PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN-19 YEARS
ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Book "How to obtain Patent*,"
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"Sunset Central Special"
Runs through daily from Denison to New Orleans and
Carries Free Chair Cars.
Through Pullman Sleepers Daily
From Galveston via Denison to St. Louis.
From Galveston via Ft Worth to Denver.
From Austin via Elgin to Chicago.
From Houston via Denison to Sedalia, Mo.
From Houston to Waco and Austin.
%'The Centtal has the Free Chair Car Line" .~
For tickets and further information apply to Agents H. &T.C.R.R.
S. F.B.Morse, M.L.Robbins,
Pass. Traffic Manager. Houston, Texas. G P & T A.
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st lioet olheOId Stales
One reason why most people go back to the "Old States'9
via the Cotton Belt is beca*"*e the Cotton Belt from one
to Ave horns quicker time tiiau other lines.
The Cotton Belt offers yon the quickest and shortest toots so tfcc
Old States,"without unnecessary chancre ot cars. Both day and night
trr.in3 are equipped with eomfoit&ble Coaches and Reclining Ohsir
Card; also Parlor Cafe Cars by day and Pullman Sleepers at night.
Write an i tell us where you are going and when yon will leave,
an-^ we will tt-ll you what your ticket will cost and what trals to take
to make the best time and connections. We will also send you an
lntorehuiut: little booklet, "A Day on a Parlor Cafe Oar."
S.O.WARNER,G.P.&T.A.,Tyler,Tex. D-M.MORQANJ.P.A., Ft.Worth.Tex.
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