The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 14, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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PttdMh pmeriptlon for Isfluli
It Is Pleasant. Its
Millions of Motfcars.
d Castor OIL
tee Is thirty years9 use by
it hu Ripprtoc
Ill So. Oxford SU,
of 'Castorte* is m
iso well known that a
•t supererogation to endorse a
> families who do nt
Ciaua Mum, D. I
tanoy, T r
ALLIAXF 01 RECTO IT.
President, M. X. Strosp, Verona,
Secretary. Miss Sallie StfOap, Veroaa
Snow Hill. Apr. 17. 13 5,
Sub- a i.i uncus.
Bethany Allirnee meets First and
Third Saturday nights Id each month.
President, S M. H*rt.
Secretary. Mrs. E C Forbea.
Josepblne ui^«*it> Saturday Bight be-
fore 2nd and 4th Sunday in eaeh month.
B. f. Ivy. Pre*., .foeephlne, Tex.
c. c. cahi ihlk, Josephine, Tex.
Nevada Alliance meets Saturday
Bight before th * First and Third Sun-
days in eacb month.
J. W. Vol NOSH, Pres.
J. L. Pnctsrr, Bee.
▲ltoga Alliance meets let mad 3rd
Thurday mi^ht* in each month.
A. F. Pres., ▲ltoga, Tex.
A. J. Car*on. Sec. " M
Rose I nnd Alliance mrets each 2nd and
|h4 Saturday at 2 o'clock p. a.
S. L I'rapsuaw. President.
W. F. Paica, Secretary.
Bowlett Alliance.—Tints ef Meeting
Saturday nijjht before the tod sad 4lfi
Sunday- H. 1 .
w. T. 1lns.iee*y
New Hope Alliance mSSlt Bid SSd
4th Fridavs 4:30 p. u.
K. A. Bailef
Verona Alliance met*t
Thursday ni irht* in fneh mesth
A. ocp. Pres. Tsveoa, Tel.
Walirr l arier. S -c*S. 44 "
C'opeville Alliance. No fM, meets SB
lit snd 3rd Saturday nights at 7 p. a.
W s. < ox. Vr***., ( opevlUe, Te*.
W. T. Thompson. 44
Stinf'n School House i lilanoe. Wo.
«t . meets let ai.d 3rd Sa; rday nights
In each month a: 7 p. m.
J. F. Minaes, Pres.
H. C. Sauna way, Sec.
St. Pat:! Ailia^ee, No. 830, meets lat
and 3rd Wednesday nights in, caeh
men , a! 7 p. ih.
.1. W. Morris, Prea.
Ti\ T. Reeves. Sec'y.
Si. Paul, ex
Cedar AUiaroe meets Friday night
before fuli niouu in each month and
two weeas thereafter.
J. L. Maya, Pres.
J. K. self. Sec ,
Uaxn-f !i Alliance meets Saturday
night* before 2nd and «ih Sunday in
Pr« aideu I. > f. Redell.
Sec'y K L. Bogged*.
Willow Springs Alliance meet the
1st and 3rd Saturday at 2 o'clock p. m.
in each month.
R. W llickey. Pres.
pi «t«tfice. Lucas. Tex.
Sister lirove Alliance meets at the
Illinois Srho'.i ilouae on ih* 2nd aud
4th Thur «i > niifhts in each month.
A. K. Itecer, Pres.
W . it. Slater, Sec'y,
Midway Alliance meets every 1st
sad 3rd F riday r..£uts in each month.
.1 V Miller. Pre*., Verona,
J A s*. a *.t. s-c'y. Farmersville.
McKinney Alliance No. JWO meet the
lat aud Hrd I'ueMlay nights in eacn
B«? •&. < . 31. D." Williams. Pres.
J. H. Painter, Sec'y.
Bishop Alliat.ce iieels every 1st and
M Satur«lava at 2 o'cl« ck p. m.
W. B. H anlen. Pres., McKinney. Tex.
t}. B. Ktadeli. sec'y., McKinney, Tex.
Each Secretary of Sub-Alliances
should send in names of otticeis aud
time of meeting and have tbeui record-
CHlKiH l>I RECTORY.
Services everv >ab*>ath at 11 o'clock
a. m. and at s p. in. Kev. J H Wofford,
pastor. Sabbath school every Sabbath
at 9:30 a. m. J. H. Sneed, superlntend-
sat. Prayer meeting Wednesday night.
christian kxdkavor society
Meets at 6:16 p m every Sunday, Tltns
Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock
a. m. and 7:30 p. in.. Rev. O. A. Rus-
sell pastor. Sabbath school every Sab-
hath at 9:30 a. jq. Prayer meeting
everr Wednesday night.
Children's missionary soe'etv or Gray-
bills m eet at the church at 3 p. m. first
Sunday in each month.
Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock
a. m. and 7:1ft p. c .. Rev. Morris pas-
tor. Sabbath school every Sabbath at
(M6 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed-
nesday night at 7.IB
*P worth League meets as follows:
Devotional department at 6:16 every
Saaday evening. Literary department
Id and 4th Friday eights in «:ach month
Business meeting 1st Monday night In
each month. Officers: Wallice Hugh-
ston. Pres., Richard Allen, 1st V-Pres.
Will Robinson. 2d V-Pres., Miss L. M.
Sllgh 3d V-Pres.
Preaching every Sabbath morning at
11 a. m. and 7:3*0 p. m. Elder Terrell
•aaday school every Sabbath
f:M a. m. 'P. Harris, saperia
sat. Prayer meeting every Wedaeeday
eight at 7:10.
every Saaday at 11 e'eleek
a. a aae 7:44p.m.. Rev. J. M. Behert-
asa, pester, ft aaday seheel Saaday
seralag at ft44^v.loek. T. C. Perry,
sapsriateadeat. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening at 7: It. Y eang Peo-
a|s*s Union meets every Sunday, 3 pm,
las Wlieex, president.
St. John's Lodge No. 51, A. F. A A. M.
meets the 4th Saturday night in each
month, E. H Bow tar. W. M.
tt. F. Uowku.. Secy.
Hagga Chapter No. M. R. A. M.
meets the 4th Monday night in eacb
mouth. c- ii. W ysosh, U. P.
W. M. Bagi ry. Secy.
McKinney Order Eastern star Chap-
ter No. <11 meets the 2nd Tuesday night
«o each mouth at Masonio hail
Mw. M. E. tt ilwv, Worthy Matron.
W M. Secv
l>eflance Lodge, No 2m. K. of P.
ttjeet" ever* 1 uee«lav evening at I astie
Hall I- n*i V*.. St . weal « f tiostoffice
Ladik* mtpcto>aky MtciriT
Meets the second Sunday in each month
! at 3 p tu Mr# Woilord, I're*.
k.muiit!) am' laluas ok honor.
! Regular meeting 2nd and 4th Monday
J R Parker. Prote« tor.
Mrs Jennie Walton, Vice-Protector,
i J C M-f-re. Treas.
J L Todd. Sec'y.
M.G. Abernathy. County Judge
Thi NMs CastdflM Hma-
MANY OBJECTIONS FILED.
Nashville, Teon., Feb. 5.—
The joint con vention of the leg
islatore assembled at 11 o'elok
this morning for the porpoee
of opening and conn ting the re
tnrns of the governor's flection.
Tbere was a large attendance
of spectators, iuclnding many
prominent lawyers and poliii
Hob, H. C. Evans was present
with his attorneys.
Gov, Tnrney was not present
bat was represented by Attor
nejs Vertrees ft Vertrees, W.
H. Carroll and Dooglas Ander
Mr. Evans was accompanied
by John Rohm, 8. W. Haw -
kins, Judge Walker and otb
As soon as Spesker c f the
Senate Fillow called the con-
vention to order, Senator But
1-r read a present from Mr. Ev
ana protesting MgaiDSt the
transaction of any busings* b>
tbe convention other than wii
n *8Hing the opening and pub
Halting returns by tbe speaker
of tbe senate.
The protest specifics the vio
lation of section 2, articled, of
the corstirti'ion; section 2, ar
ticle* 3, both having reference"
as to wbat constitutes a quor-
um in each house, and claims
tbat tbe contnst section nulli
ties tbis section of the consti-
The protest then contends
I want mj lady friends to
know of the new field now open
for them. In the past •Is
mo th« we have mad* a profi*
of $807.09 after paying nil **x
penses. All onr sales have
been made at home, not having
canvassed any. My official
duties calling me away most of
my time, I left the Dish Wash
er business in my wife's con-
trol with I he above results. The
ilness is rapidly increasi g.
aud will continue to grow until
• very family has a Climax Dish
Washer. Not a day passe*
but wbat we sell one, two or
some days fifteen or twenty
Dish Washers. Its easy sell
ing what everybody wants to
buy. You can wash and dry
tbe dishes perfectly in two
minutes. For full particular'-
address th* Climax Mfg. Co.,
Columbus, Ohio. Get a sam-
ple washer and you can't help
but make money. They only
cost $5. You may just as well
be making $5 a day as to b~
Broke The Sleepless Record.
One « f the gtrangfsr cases in
the at*nsils of medical science
is n« w puzzling the physicians
of El wood, Ind. David K.
J.«n«M, a wealthy farmer living
near that city, has not closed
His Own Grandfather.
I married a widow who bad
a grown-up stepdaughter. My
father came to see me, of cour e
he being a widower, he fell in
l' ye with my stepdnokht^r and
married her, my father, there-
fore, became my son-in lew,
and my stepdaughter became
my mother, because she mar*
ried my father.
In due time my wife had a
son, who was, of course, my
father's brother in-law and my
uncle, for he was tb< broth* r
of my stepdaughter. My fath
er's wife, who was my step-
daughter, remember, also had
a son, who was my brother,
and at the sam time my grand
child, for he was the sou of my |
Now mv wife was my grand
mother, because she was my
mother's mother. I was,
therefore, my wife's husband
and grandchild, and, as the
husband of a person's grand-
mother is his grandfather, 1
was my own grandfather -Tex-
OF THE CELEBRATED "CAKY" CTKE AND BUftGLAX
Every pipe sJ-ajnped
Dukes Mixture or <^>
2oz. PACKAeea Si
Houston & Te a*. Central Railroad.
The K« *t Kquipp *d Line in the Slate
and Mak«*a the 'Wat —all-t he-year
round Time. The Shor' Line be-
tween Xorth an*l South T~x<t* points
Bet vr een
G*!ve*ton an«t Sf. I.ouis,
GiilveKt«>ti Hnd I>alN«.
\ntonio and l>*lld*.
rioiiAton and Denver.
lloaaron and Ko^t Worth,
Houston nud Austin.
( hair ( ars on Itaj Trains.
Superior Route to Point* in the South-
50 to«06 Chft
017 to 040
Buffalo. N. Y.
President. T T,,^iR8?Av
Ral-igh, N. C,
e^at**g are preMent. at the Na-
tional Farm-rs' Alliance fr« m
u>ntv s ate« aud more expect
«-d to daV At the evening Se - ! ®**1 vi Houston snd New Orleans.
_ Write or oail on II. A T. C. a«ent«
ston of council the following
his ey -8 in slumber for eighty : r«-s< latio is on the currency
eight days and nights Two qq^stion were adopted:
v^ars ago h* was similarly af R-solv-d, that the national
fectnd and did not sleep for council of the Farmers Alliance D1"* • Cres* Btitlsg Plowder
ninety days and nights, wb**n our solemn and moht
he resumed his normal condi- t*arn^st protest against another
C. W. K KEN'. M. L. BOBBINS,
Traffic M*naper G. P. A T. Agt.
<i. A. yt l.\ LAN. Vice President.
S. tjuesenbur*'. Ajjt., McKinner. Tex
Fortjr Years tbe Standard.
First National Bank
OF M'KINNEV, TEXAS.
CAPITAL and SURPLUS - - $126,000.
Buy« and selis exchange on (he principal cities la
First-class paper discounted,
DiRecToBs: Francis Bmerson, T. T. Emerson. T. H
Ino. L. Lovejoy, C. H. Welch,
Business hours—9. a. m. to 4 p. m.
tion, and has enjoyed the bent | hond issue.
of b*-al:li Hver since, n..ill last K-«ol eil. that instead th-
September 1)^ beKan to get aijluinisiratioo he utg-d to em
that the acta of the joint con-! drowsJ' a,"i c'u"[''- n°' K".1 P'"y 'be option allowed by law
vention other than opening and jMDO"*'1 s!eep. He remembered and pay ont 8ii er as well as
publishing the returns will h- ! w*e «old when coin is demanded
Htack caaiH on, and be tri *d to
throw off th * upell, hut could
• not do ho. Finally one n>ghi
j tie slept 4,iik * a log" all nigh
illegal and void and that tbf
returns must b* accepted.
The protest was tiled with-
out objection. * . , , .;ii.
J and did not awak^o until late
The speaker then opened tbt*!
returns from the counties in
alphabetical order, banded)
tUern ct'ns^cutiv^ly to the t*«l
lern who examined them as did
the attorneys for tbe claimant*
and tliHD tbe speaker read tbfj
returns and called for ohjnc
tions, if apy. Tbe returjt*
n -xt day. This
tirii— ijh has nlept
Tuh night h-
to «leep, and *ie
tip to date.
Could iio ^o
for trea-ury no es,
K"S<iU *d, that if this do*-c
not end the present em *rt?eiic\
the goverttmetit be n-ques'ed
'o isfue non interest beating
full le^al tender notes.
CA* I OBTAIN A PATBKTf Toe a
prompt ai>.w«r «nd so bnneat opinion, write to
al t S?t A. CO.. who hue had a*arir ftftf *e*r '
ezr>«ri<>n«e m tbe patent txu:nea«. ronimoBios-
tior.t ctnotlT <*otia<lentlai. A Itavrfhoak of la-
l.trmanon mooffrnui* Falrsts ami bow to oh-
tain thrm writ inc. Also a ratakictle of
!ca> and books neat free.
Patents taken tbrmch Mann k Co. rscstea
«>.. i4l n.it'iwmthc "rieuiiflr Ameri) an. and
thug are t>rr>o«ht w i«ty before tb« public wttb.
out cnet to the mT«ntor. Thia aptendid t-ap^r
tMued vwektr. elefrai t.v !in5trate>i ba by far tbe
larr. st areuiation of an* ^'-fit ttc wort in tbe
wor d. «."| a **ar. Satrif - >ptea s«m free
Hu.id •! Ku.tiiin. tu'iotiiiy. slJOs year. 8.n#!e
B ~ * "sou. r «t number «
Den ot Bears.
from sixty seven counties were
a* th'Ui^h it had never b*-en
intended for him to sleep Ftie
medical fraternity can not di
aldose his case4 as th *ir med
tcinen fail ;oafford him any re
J. A Waldtn,
J. L. M« ul«ien.
A W. Kni ?ni >n,
A G. Chantiler,
| B II . < (HtM.
i VV. M -birley
t on..iy t lerk.
Tax < 'ollet*tor.
< 'our.ty Tre surer.
rali>ud&n>f District,County and
ComiuiMHi< nerH I'uurt ot Col-
Dwtrict Court: Hon. J. E. Dillard
Court convene# 1st Mondays in Jan
uarv ami .June of wh ye*r.
CoCMTY Cui'KT: M. (j. Abernathy,
Court convenes for civil, criuiinial
and probate business. 1st Monditv in
March : 3«*ti iionday in Msy; 4th Mon-
day in July ; 2nd Monday in Oct. and
!ed Monday in December of eacb vear.
CoMMi^io.vkitst ot kt ; Convenes 2nd
Mondays in February. May, August
and November of each vear.
Paris, T>-x. Feb. 8. —A part* |
of hunters from this vicinit)
returned tonight fr«>m R*-c
riv^r atid rep< r finding a beat
Jen. 0' last Tu-sday, whil- I
Uef. Drugs which ;i«uaMv pro near the river bottom in qu«-e! |
that opene an al tit sixteen ^ rjUcH ^leep onl> make him wore i <i* er, ibe party discoverec j
°t thwi were o jecie to y ^ the tracks of four bears, tw«
oroey or r. vane,^ JTm about 70 years old and |0|4-| two cubs, in the snow,
written objections being fi **d. Vt«ry little the worse fori tracked the ?ame to Hick-
stating that clatmant did not 8lrargH ra^|ady. He ha^
believe the returns were true ^ ^,|HUt appf.lU#s an1
The returns objected to were|joyf| f#irly gond bea|lb
not counted and were placed ha<l nol a da>V
in the custody of the speaker j ^ork on ar<.olll|t of bl8
lessnes^, and says h < f^els n«
more t l** -py thau if he had
jiiHt awakfd from a refr -ehink'
-lumber. The only ^ff^ct h *
can notice is a weaknens and
aching in his j >ints and tun*
cje*, due to the lotiK time the) jr| -nt that the ^atue was ther*-.
have been in almost constant T'he neighboring county wa*
were orderly Mid dignified. II1()ti,>n, not having had th«* re-; scoured and thirty farm -r-
Atier all re urns ate open | la.xmtion due to nightly sleep, j were enlisted to assist in
ed the pleadings will be made,p^rw ^ burning and | routing the bear*. Fifty dogs
up9and an investigation commit, heaviuess about the ey«i#. In j were also secured and th**se
tee appointed, if all tbe obj-ct 'H|| OI^Hr Way8 appearar.ee hayed the game, but owing to
inns til- i a.e insisted upon it woll|d not irHiicate that he haolthe large number of bears in
is contended by many that the. pa„8##(j longest ^wriod tden, the dogs would Dot
investigation will consume wifho|lt on word H
of tho senate. Returns from
twenty nine counties remain to
be opened when the joint con
vention meets to-morrow,
i There was no special excite-
■ ment, although a great deal of
interest was shown during th*-
sestioti and the proceedings
ory lake, a distance of thr - - j
nii|ei ; Here wa^ encountered
a tract of land in the river bot-1
t« m, covered to a depth of sev-
eral feet with driftwood fron.
It**d river and extending ovei j
three acres. A guard wa* left
the entrance on watch and
although he remained for twen
ty four hours no bears appear-
ed, al'hoti^h it was clearly evi
tifoj piaraa. la nolnr*. and etnt^rrapfai of
b< w b p an fiihlmj Vuiul«>n> tn bow um
d ">ik r ii<l ""rurv or>n?ra^t . A.Mreaa
mi NN k t o. Ni.ar vouk. 3si hkoj
Warnina to Expectant...
Many internal f rnf iw at* ttelnir skill- <
faliy i*od phbly advertised, profettstn^ to<
Morten Ubor. Lessen Pains at Child-1
birth etc., and w itb vout'.rrful iboonstsv i
e:icy u« r *ru!ate men.-truatloo Common)
srnae sbould t«a<-h any woman that a prep- (
arauon adapted tor
will not prepare tbe avstfrn tor Child- j
N'.rtb. on th - ci otrary ivrrJlNAt. aBMK (
Mas at thin ilmt m..y imprnl hrr life. W# i
raroeaUy say BEWARE uf all such: tbrr <
oaunut, at ibis critical pe 1<>d. do ar.y pratsi |
t>.e ifood. and their u- ir.av prove fatal
It is only by pcr^i*U nt sxtbhkai. treat-
m> nt wh: • enn -r.xr ttius rwla*ti.-)r m4
s«>fteo1nir all the parts, that th«> hour of j
ChiM-hirtb '•> r< • of !t.« ti*m>r: snd no,
remedy on earth does this but
..." MOTHER'S FRIEND."1
For further Information ad iresa
THE BRADflELO RE6ULAT0H COMPAIIY,
E C. W DAVIS,
Scitfc Tcuesstc Strict
A Liberal Stan'cf tta Ptlllc PatrcMga it RtiftfUf StMb*
Featherbone Corsets and WJst*-
Dresa-Makers sa?: They are
the best fitting corset on tbe
market.* Mercoants cbeerfallv
refund the money after 4 week a
trial if not satisfactory. Call for
thetn at the storea.
FOR 8AU BY
CI.OTHIXG. DRV GOODS, .-.HOES, *c.
Rooms 1 3, 1 4 6t 1 5 Morrow Bl'lc.
JOHDSOD SI. H,
VHtirnrn far in. On thnrsdaj
id Wfll known all over tlif fh* whol* n^i^b boring conn try
bounty, and hit peculiar caB - wan arotiAeJ and fully
haH attracted widenprnai si l.V) farmer* joined in the sport
Snow-balling is the liveli | t^niion. -Cincinnati Enqnirnr. j They cot a passage in the d -n
PRICK'.Y ASH, POKE ROOT
AND OLD SOHES
velous Cures r.
rMWVMi hy P.P.P.
-Prlekl; Arh, Poke Boot and Pottr
ataat, the groatast btood rarl&ar oa
r r -.urtiM
;r j u(] t
- : tJ?uuy
f - M.iod
P .uplea. oil 1
>! —•«< mar ta
.r-t- n. tteiir.
ni:mt.r in tae
O . J«ly 21.1W1.
_ ln Bros.. Bavaoaa
, t Dbaa Bias—I bought a bottl j
P.P p. at Hot Sprincs.Arfc..a
done me more good than tbref
' treat man tat the not Spring;
1 bottle* C. t>. a
, ww 'w ■■■ " — — ■■ ■■' ■■
muty concern: 1 hare
wwlb to the wonderful properties
—. (IP, p. p. for eruptions of the skin. !
r Mreral rears with an an-
1 dUtmesble eruption 00
1 tried cr«ry knorm reme*
be. In TSln.nntll P. P. P.
am now entirely cared.
— h7i i. D. JOHNSTOH.
, January 14,19<*S.
•hw*. mrrwam bhos. .
Oa.: OcntUmtn—I ha*s trird Tiar P.
p. P. for a dlaease of tbe skin, usually
mown -s skin «-an< ax.cf thirty rears1
ind .oond itrcat relief: It
_ btood snd rem err es all If
ion from the seat of tho dlssssa
rreats any arreadinir of tka
I hard taken flveor i>is battles
ho >d of our community.
Our school made an average
of attendance last month of six
ty five. Visited during the
month by Supt. Shepherd and
Callie McQee has distinguish
ed berself of late in Friday
evening ezeroises, being the
lis* to take b«r seat on last
Friday in both a geography
and spelling m itch.
The many 0 lends of Mr.
Kelly were m o h pleased .to
see him again <n onr midst af-
ter an absenc < of two years.
Come again Will, yon h*ve
hosts of frieds who are always
glad to see you.
Health of our community is
k. ... V BUST,
Attorney at Lav.
Krt M f&m Mrt FrK.
W. W. Wilder,
J. T. Pranch,
R. A. Bailey,
J. E. Bat em an,
J. J Wilson,
W B. Williams,
B P. Cor,
M. B ck,
C. C. Frost,
A. A. Bellows,
J. B D« rsey,
T. 0. Martin,
First Nat. Bask,
Dr. J. A. Caldwell,
The Broo^yn Srike.
The sinking trolly car men
in Brooklyn. New York, have
virtually won their cause.
They appealed to the conrt for
an injunction to compel th*-
companies to run th**ir cars,
the coart gave the following
"This corporation has the
right to get labor as cheaply as
it can ; hut it may not, wirhost
violation of the law, stop the
running of its cars to try to
break dowu the price on legal
conditions of labor. It was its
duty, and now is its duty, to
run cars at the best terms it
can make for the day, being at
full liberty to supersede its
employes gradually from day
to day, or m11 at once, if it have
men enongb, at lower or better
terms. Its chief duty ii to rnn
its cars, and all considerations
of private gain to its stock-
holders must yield to that.
4,L«t, therefore, an alterna
tive writ of mandamus in the
name of the people of New
York issue, commanding this
corporation to resume the
operation of its road*, and ih
accommodation of the puMic,
as fully sad <•«
but would not attempt to rout
snch a number of beasts. A
large party is being organized
and will make another attempt
Mr. Bvans of Hunt county
has off-red in the house a joint
resolution to amend article 8
of the state constitution by ad
ding thereto the following sec-
Section 2*2 In order to en-
oourage and develop the busi-
ness of manufacturing within
tbe state cf Texas, the leginla-
ture is authorized to provide
by law nnd *v such limitations
and conditions as it may pre-
scribe for exempting from nil
taxes, state, connty and cit*,
for a period not exceeding ten
years, the property and capiial
stock of persons and corpora-
tions engaged in snch business;
provided, however, that no law
ahall operate to exempt from
county taxes in any oonnty
until the same snail have been
declared to be operative there
in by a vote of the qualified
voters of eaid#cotit.y, and pro
vided further, that no snob law
shall operate to ex« pt from
taxes in any "fry un.il I
TRAINS ON THC
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS
. . RAILWAY . ,
Now Run Solid
JKagner Buffet Slebuni Cars
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Treals Exclusively all Diseases of th*
Throat, Ches*, Genito Urinary |
Female e*d Private Diseases.
Uretheral Stricture, Rectal diseases#
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grown my family,
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; to cure me of ttiis disease. I
Hot Springs, and was treated
£y hest medical men .but was not,
FROM When aB (
i tilings had I MVIfl failed I
determined to try S. S. S., and In <
four months was entirely cured. The
twribie Eczema was gone, not a sign
of K left; my general health built up.,
ar.d I have never had any return of
the . disease.
I have since
S . S. S. to a
WK 5 To the
fi Queen and Crescent | NORTH
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Thompson, F. C. The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 14, 1895, newspaper, February 14, 1895; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth191864/m1/4/: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.