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CG1912dec27_christmas_dinner - THE DAILY COURIBR-QAZETTE. FRIDAY SVENINa, DEC....
THE DAILY COURIBR-QAZETTE. FRIDAY SVENINa, DEC. 27. 1912 4 I I Atr Home of Mr. and Mi^. (itavt»s In McKlnnej. Wick Î Mr. and Mrs. Wick Oraven gave a OhriHtmas dining to their ehildren, wltich was a very enjoyable family noniion oceaRion. All the Miildven wore preaent except Mrs. Van llealh of Hillsboro, which fact was the only only Ronrc<‘ of reuret to mar tin* occasion. occasion. Hut while the dinner was being served, the honk of an anto was heard at the gat'\ investigation investigation develoi)cd tte- presence of Mrs. Heath and husband and little ilangh- ter, l*'rances, who h^id come through from Hills’ioro as the gm>slp of Hr. and Mrs. Hough of that city in tlieir auto. So the family circle on tho gladsome day was made comi)lete. Mr. and Mrs. Graves are among onr ■ity’s most prominent older citi/<'ns. who have reared a family of useful men and women to the lommnnities in whidi they reside. The children are: Mr. and Mrs. Van Heath of Hillsboro, and little daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Kistler and little daughter of this city; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Graves and little dangliter of this city; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Graves and little son of this city Mr. and Mrs. Creash Graves of this city and Roy Graves, who is still at home with his parents. They Are rio.Rely Oiiservlng l^ubllc Health Conditions. Ilig Oiristmas Feed. This Apostle was fed Christmas day until a “fare-yon-well.” At dinner, we put our ‘‘Trill)ie.s” under .An examining physician for one of the prominent Life Insurance) Companies. Companies. in an interview on the subject, subject, made tho astonishing statement that tlie reason vvliy so many appH- canis tor insurance are rejected is beiaiise kidmyv trouble is so common to the Ameru’tiii p< ople, and the largo majority of i pplicaiits do not ev<ui susiH'ct that tiuiy liave tlie disease. disease. He states that Judging from his own e\p('rii'n 'e {ind ronort.s from druggists who are co;..uantly in direct direct touch with the .public, there is one prei»aration that lias probably been more successful in relie ving and curing hese diseases than any remedy known. The mild and healing healing Inlliience of Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Koot is soon realized. It stands the highest for its remarkable rocord of cures. We find that Swamp-Root is strictly strictly an herbal compound and we would advise our readers who feel in need of such a remedy to give it a trial. It Is on sale at all drug stores in lH>ttle8 of two sizes—fiifty-oents and one-dollar. However, if you wish first to test its wonderful merits, send to Dr. Kilmtr & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle, ahsuliitely free. When writing i)e sure and luention the Daily Courier-Gazette.

Clipped from The Courier-Gazette27 Dec 1912, FriPage 6

The Courier-Gazette (McKinney, Texas)27 Dec 1912, FriPage 6
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