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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1902

gftaci I UMi W 0M& HJH . HH K, c v ,®p e® J. Sandroru Smith lor &f> ft J:'- m ^T^i'iC ivmrf ■■•vpr^v -T->. 'X/ ,'Xife and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas mm "> -V . ffl The State Herald. VOL. 3. MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL, 11, IQ02, NO. 15 go m* jM$ /"v /? ..A REQUEST, i At a number of our appointments during the last two weeks, I have suggested to Mr. Keeling that inasmuch as there was some con- troversy as to certain items contained in his last report to the District Court, that he compile, from the record or book which he is by law re- quired to keep, a new repo.rt The question as to what the report contained grew out of the fact that I, desiring to know how much he was paying his deputies, and being unable to find his report asked him at our joint discussion at Billington and at Armour—during the first week of appointments—to state the amount he had paid during the last fiscal year for deputy hire, to which request he replied that he had paid to one of them the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1902

; . p V « . appy. v.an ? mun is he who knows what i<bt to know, and who knowin owli't Quick liflief cures internal pi.e and external pain, insists on his dra :gist keeping it for sale. Prioe 2B ecu:* a bovtle. m Mrs. H. W. Williams went up to Oi>r8ioann hi^ afternoo" to flp 'tier grand sojj ||'S« has ju-t arrived at thw home ot Mr. and Mr*. Murphv Williams. Blood Poison. As the virulence of blood poison in- crease*, sore* bfCfi'k outanvwhere, every nerve rtftd bone may ache, the skin peel ofiE in patches, the hair fall out and the nervous system becomes shattered. Tht use of Gooch's Sarsa- parilla will at once lessen the activity of the disease and eventually drive it entirely out of the system, Buy a bottle and read the testimonials of cures printed on its wrapper. m Capt. J. W. Simmons informs us that the uniforms for Joe Johnston camp have arrived and that the members who are goinp- to attend the big reunion at Dal- las are now ready and only await, the day to leave Mor vir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1902

in > ' £( i blood in your body passes through neys onoe every three minutes. The kidneys are your blood purifiers, they fil- ter out the waste or impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fall to do their work. Pains, achesand rheu- matism come from ex<7 cess of uric acid in the blood, due to neglected kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart is over-working in pumping thick, kidn-y- pjisoned blood through veins and arteries. U used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, I but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin- ning in kidney trouble. If you are sick you can make no mistake | by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1902

is' IV •-Published every Friday by Herald Printing Co., N. P. ilOUX, President and Manager. Subscription, per year, $1-00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexla, Tex., as second class mail matter Miss Helen Phunn married Mr. Jim Fact in a northern town. Phunny Fact isn't it? A Kentucky girl married a livery man as shs wanted a man with stable qualities and plenty of horse sense. Prof. David F. Houston, dean of the faculty of the state uni- versity has been elected president of the A. & M. college. The president and party visited the Charleston exposition regard- less of the sword incident. And why should he not go if he want- ed to? It seems to bo a hard matter to pass a law in Texas that is not unconstitutional. That is the fate of the anti-trust laws we now have. A Chicago man named Donky married a widow named Mu'esky, and now he has been arrested for being disorderly. Made an ass of himself we suppose. It you bkTes't a regular, healthy movement of the bowel* every dly, you're ill...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1902

a iffixffe m ii w!m JNCEMENTS. WANT COLUMN *■* 0- Rates—In Advance. District ., 110.00 dounty $6.00 Precinct f3.00 ■ •, ju___ , ——— 1 We are authorized to make the i following announcement subject to the action of the democratic jwlmorles: For Congress— , HENRY E. ELLIB K. E.. PRrNCE, (of Navarro) Subject to the Kansas City Platform and the Democratic primaries. SCOTT FIELD (of Robertson) For State Senator A J HARPER For Floater, Limestone, Falls and Mc Lennan Counties— A. M. KENNEDY i For Representative— * W. J. BRYANT .T G WALLTNG C E PEARSON W D BROWN For County Judge— WALTER A. KEELING ,)AS. KIMBELL For District Clerk— W. L. CARLEY (re-election) T. L. COPLIN T. IV. PRICHARD W. W. JOHNSON For Countv Clerk— W. C. WOLVERTON ALF MILLS ROBERT E MAY For Tax Collector— C. S. COOKERLY (reelection) For Treasurer— ADRIAN C. ODOM-(re-election) For Tax Assessor—• W. R. FAUGHT (re elecetion) For County Attorney— v V. B. HAYES For Sheriff— C. W. MOODY HENRY I7NFRIED .TOE GRESHAM X S. MURRAY H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1902

•'•:r '• \ A exlcau M H! I A. am easy way and a sure way to treat a case of Sore Throat in order to kill disease germs and insure healtliy throat action is-to take half a glassfull of water put into it a teaspoonful of Mexican Mustang liniment nnd with tliis garble tbo tliroat nt freqmni t intervals. _ Then liathu tlic oiitsi'le of tiio throat thoroughly with tho liui- niiiiit and after doin;; this pour soinoon a.suit clotir and wrap > around the neck. Itioa 1HJSITZ\ .j In ofder to stimulute California travel, the Houston and Texas Central R. R has decided to^put on extremely low rates from all points along its line. The rate frem Austin, Dallas, Ft. Worth und Denison will be 25 00, Tickets w'll be one way, second class and will be aoeeptod on ! payment of the through Pullman jtoiuist sleeping car rate on all Pullman Excursion sleepers operated over the Sunset Route. Tickets will be sold daily during March and April and are limited to continuous passage. This is he chance of a li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1902

wmm WW ■ %A: I feSivL Antonio Mexico North Texas and Southwest Texas « . * Between North Texas and St. Louis International & Groat Northern Railroad Company. * IS THE SHORT LIISE TO MEXICO. Through Cars and pullman Sleepers Daily. Superior Passenger Service. Fast Trains, Modern Equippment If you are goi"g anywhere ask I. Jt G. Agents for informa- tion, or write L TRICE, D J PRICE, 2nd Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Gen. Pass. & Tkt Agt PALESTINE, TEXAS. RIDER AGENTS WANTED one in each town to ride and exhibit a sample 1002 modr-1 bicycle of our manufacture. YOU CAM MAKE 910 TO T a newspaper < occasionally publi-hing an iten> that id untrue of offensive, is )Ik< running a railroad without hav Ing smashups or accidents. 1 can't be done. No man in th world is so likely to be impost < npon as the editor of a news paper. Pushed with work con stantly—day and night—he mus rely upon to a great measure set ond or third parties for informa tion as to the events that trans- pire ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1902

n • : :;^n% II we TASTELESS. = PLEASANT BITTER Both the same medicinally. Si A poaiti cure for Chills, Fevers. La Grippe, ~ ~ Colds, ©to. It is uoc ia any sonau daugor- tense. ft Acts on the Liver and Bowels dead absolutely removes from the system every ctrace of Malaria. The tasteless is now and in mAnnce of •Tory other t:isteles3 remedy. It is ^peculiarly adapted to debilitated children. YOUR DRUGGIST tfe authorized to refund your mouey if EUCA SlLENK fails to do you good. KUCALINE, tasteless, 60j per bottle. HUCALINK, pleasant, bitter—two sizes—59c i«aa£$l.00 WHAT PEOPLE THINK. "W. It. Bowen. a prbrainent eiti/.en and Dep- 4t1x District Clerk or wallas County, Tex.. says: "Half of a 60c bottle cured a cuho of Chills in ^oty family of twojoionths' standing. The other feahf of the medicine cured like case in the fam- ily of a neighbor.11 SCnrray 8c Kvana. druggists, Honey Grove, Texas, after handling Eucaline only 3 months, wrote: "We wish to testify to the merits of yojttr great E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1902

• y^W-hr' V 'l' '. ' V' , ' ' ' • ■ •' J * .■■■ ■ •' •T"r'"' v ■•' $1-™'*' e J. Sandforot Smith tor Fire* Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas VOL. 3. Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL, 18, 1902, To Hon. Jas. Kimbell. \ } "V \ • ^ ~x <X<' My attention has been called to *'A Request" published over your signature last week in all the county papers, and which I am informed i9 being mailed out to the voters of this county, and which was doubtless written to create the impression that you sought information, but which in effect seems to be a desire on the part of the writer to make the impression that there was no record'of the fees received by me. This was hardly an act of courtesy, for on Monday night of last week (four days before your request was published) in our joint discussion at Thornton I held up to public view a state- ment of the fees I had received from every source, and you must have recognized that a simple personal request for the informa- tion would have bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1902

IPS l-*(. v J$7 ■ ■. * TkWl S.-:: 999 • has returned from l he t.Bppy Man flBtehappV man is he who kDOwswhat 1 ou^'at to know, and who knowin fb's Quick Relief cures interna,! und external pain, insists 011 his ;tefc keeping it for s«lo. Price 25 1 otfnts a bottle. n Chas. Lnftlaml, of Lieauir.ont, aiu tlie city visitirg friends. Blood i'oisoti. As the virulence of blood poison in- cjrt&ses, sores may break out anv where, |v wory nerve and bone may ache, the peel off in patches, the hair fall st, and the nervous system becomes .Mattered. Tht use of Goocli's Sarsa- j*rilla will at once lessen the activity if the disease, and eventually drive it iM&trfily out of the system, Buy a bottle 30*1 read the testimonials of cure*. Tpmted on its wrapper. 3£r. and Mrs. Dick ,Iuok«on have jisturned from Wooten Wells. Pile-ine Cures Hilps. Money refunded if it ever fails, m Anti-Ague cures Chills and Fever. $r. Gates and wife have return i£ from Wooten Wells. peafness Cornet be '"tired By...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1902

■g§P; f 'II \ •V let Thor« Is oouni Many Sudden Deaths. a disease prevailing In thti irous because so decep- tive. Many sudden deaths a' -j caused by It — heart disease, pneumonia, heart failil--: or apoplexy are often the result of Kidney disease. If k.nney trouble is al- owed to advance the ~ kidney-poisoned V.&. ' —" blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys thernselves ji'e£.k down and waste away cell by ce'\ Bladder tro1' -"..most always result from a derangem- of the kidneys and a cure is obtained '.sickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's .*wamp Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scald- ing pain In passing it, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1902

ftmfoig -i , Published every Friday by Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. MV:) Subscription, per year $1.00 I I I M I Entered at the postoffice at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter Teddy presented that sword after all. Now will Mr. Tillman, Jr., be good for a spell?. It is thought} in London that peace will soon be declared in South Africa. So moto it be. President Oscar II. Cooper, of Baylor University, has tendered Ilia resignation to take effect in June. Several counties held primaries last Saturday, and the vote was sorter distributed around among the boys. Gov. Hogg hns sailed for home. He says he would rather go fishing in Texas than to see the king crowned. *P«r tlx year* I was a victim of dy s- pepHia in Its worst (oim. I could cut nothing but milk toast, and at times my stomach would not retain and dittest even that. Last March I begun taking CASCARETS and Bince then I bave steudlly improved, until I am as well us I ever was in my life." _ DAVIS ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1902

Iff" ' ' M Rate*—In Advance. <, District 110.00 x County |6.00 precinct $3.00 $ \i Jk* "VVe are authorized to make the following announcement subject to the action of the democratic ncimarles: Fon Congress— R. E. PRINCE, (of Navarro) Subject to the Kansas City Platform and the Democratic primaries.' i SCOTT FIELD (of Robertson) For State Henat-ir A J HARPER For Floater, Limestone, Falls aud Mc- Lennan . Counties— A. M. KENNEDY For Representative— W. J. BRYANT .1 G WALLTNG C E PEARSON W D "BROWN For County Judge— WALTER A. KEELING jAS. KIMBELL For District Clerk— W. L. CARLEY (reelection) T. L. COPLIN T. L. PRICHARD W. W. JOHNSON For County Clerk— W. C. "WOLVERTON ALF MILLS ROBERT E MAY For Tax Collector— C. S. COOKERLY (re-election) For Treasurer— ADRIAN C. ODOM-(re-election) For Tax Assessor— W. R. FAUGHT (re elecetion) For County Attorney— V. B. HAYES For Sheriff—• C. W. MOODY HENRY UNFRIED JOE GRESHAM fc J. S. MURRAY HALL RICHARDSON 1 T. J. OWENS For Commissioner Precinct No 4...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1902

■ nt voiwsE^I ilaoMUMdy to i mustang Liniment. ami way and a sure way to treat a case of Sore Throat in order to kill disease germs and insure healtlxy throat action is -to take half a glassfull of water put into it a teaspoonful of " Mexican Mustang jjp! Laniment ^ nii(l with this gargle tile throat at frequent intervals. * Then bathe the outside of the throat thoroughly with the lini- j ment and after doing this pour some on a soft cloth and wrap/ around the neck. It is a POSITIVE CUKE. 2oc., 50c. und 31.00 a bottle. IT MAY BE YOU have long been troubled with a running _ _ _ sore or ulcer. Treat it at once with -Mexi- can Mustang Llinment. and you can depend upon a speedy cure. - THE MIDLAND ROUTE The fli^and R. R. FAVORITE BECAUSE equipment Safe Cars, SpJendidjDav Coaches, Observation Sleepers Free Reclining Cha r Cars. CONNECTION e>. Lone Star Special, North and East South and West No Layovers Enroute E Leith, Gen'l Pass Agent, E II R Green, Pres't & Gen'l M'g'i Terrell, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1902

HE I. & G. N ■ . Between North Texas and San Antonio Between North Texas and Mexico Between North Texas and Southwest Texas Between North Texas and St. LouisJ International & Groat Northern liailroad.Company. IS THE SHORT LIKE TO MEXICO. Through Cars and pullman Sleepers Daily. Superior Passenger Service. p i —— Bm 1 Fafet Trains, Modern Equippment you are goi'-g anywhere ask I. Jc (x. Agents for informa- 5 tion, or writ? L TRICE, 1) J PRICE, 2nd Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Gen. Pass. & Tkt Agt. PALESTINE, TEXAS. RIDER AGENTS WANTED one in each town to ride and exhibit a sample 1902 model bicycle of our manufacture. YOU CAM MAKE $10 TO i$BOA WHEW besides having- a wheel to ridefor yourself. 1902 Models Guaranteed $9 fo $15 1900 and 1901 Models S $7 fo $11 1500 Second Hand Wheels taken In tradobyour Chlcacro retail stores, all I makes anil models, good as new I We ship any bicycle ON APPROVAL to any- lone without a cent deposit in advance and allow 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL. absolu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1902

, — , .1 I " " I ' ' 1 I4NTI IRIAX- * IHEDY (SAPmuf \ aHn ■s # Wlbr impoverished Blood, Impaired Vitality, iltr&adica) Chills or Fevers, that return socn brokeu and «eera unyielding to medicine. Jttxiftfttroys the malariaCornranisms in the blood dv&fejstem that cause Chills and Fevers to be- ■.«a chronic. It is an Anti-Malarial Iron VMto-Blood Burifler, that rtstores health and It is an cxtelleut remedy for Female £¥eafc2fcs. Ask for it. Don't hare any other, per bottle; three bottles, $2.50. PRKPARKD 0?ILY BY tHE EUCALIKE MEDICINE CO.. Station A, Dallas, Texas. Dr C. I Holt. of Kilgore, Tr^as. had AdmirJne Sat ^aparilla Compouad a thor- | rtrial, li< T'ronounced it a great remedy J VI« iluronic Malaria, general run down Sybteai, : fesfcurfceU JSpkeu, Lt«j. for .vale ly 'for sale at Cl.' rk's Pharmacy ! one dealer nt each small! in "v n. Notice. To the members of the Tillers Mutual Fji'u lusuruuce Assoaia- tion of Limestone County; The board of directors of this associati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 April 1902

. Sandforu Smith for fire, Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas K rr* The mi Herald. i f \ J r VOL. 3. MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL, 25. 1002, NO. 17. « r « ~K/ Victoria Chat. After a good rain and fresh norther, will send in a few dots Irom this part of the country. Health of community is very goad, with exception of Mr. Drinkard, who is now very sick. The good farmers are now hav- ing a nice little rest, but look out for the grand old flag of red, white and blue, waving to and fro over the black sail of (Uncle Jerries) cotton patch. Our good friend, Coiling, was badly damaged by a whirl wind passing through and twisting his plough tools around considerably (hid night last week. He is now offering them for sale; to the highest bidder, and will then take his leave for New Mexico, the litnd of fortune. Mr. Ed A. made a flying trip to Mexia not long ago 011 the Ancle excursion, at out lates and low prices. Miss Sal 1 is Rsiil, of Battle, is the guest of Mrs. Williams. Most of the y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 April 1902

lyed in sck. ' I tin ti ippy rtsfiiiapi>y Hum is lie wUo known what -ttfjlit. to know, Mnd who know in Hiatal Quick Relief cvu«k iriUjnal 4Kfe«ind cxteVoiil p«in, insists on liis *<iJKiat keeping it for s Jo. I'riie 25 •B SC)<H bottle. Ill rili'lv Even-It, «f Houston. >B#4aj'i'd in Mt'xin. t'.lood 1'oison. Jlihe virulence of Mood poison in- sores luiiy brral: out anvwbere, Hnif; tiervo isd bore- limy iu he, the .«5a* peel off in patch) h, the linir fjtll ■ <t '-r and the nervous system becomes M&Wrred. Tht r.se of Ccroh's.S.wa- •rptfl'ti will at 07U'e leu-en the activity dintnr.'.I cvuiictilljr drive it out of the (-vstem, Buy a bottle ari-Jread the testimonials of cnrea p.Miad on its wrapper. i" 2Q--WIU Dunlap, of Cors-icana, bndsivcd in Alexia with old tiino tfWtUiS. i'ile'ine Cures Piles. ■iiVJU-y ivfr.ihr- <1 ;!' it cwr fails. i>i 'Jrti-Agu* ci: s Chilis find Fever, IJ M. i > rio< ; has sold h s place \r. Aoi Lewis Ookerman, Goshen, lnd «' De Witt'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 April 1902

' • PI arable by Kidney Trouble. : V ■ £ ii| f mi .... -■ | / ' \W. f V« > Kidney trouble prays upon the mind, dis- courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear v/hen the kid- neys are out of order ' or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncommon for a child to be bom affllctcd v/ith wedk kid- neys. If the child urin- ates too often, if the urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child •reaches an age when it should bo able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with Ued-wetting, depend upon it, the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women ^ as well as men are made mls- erabie v,"',ta Kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon reali...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 April 1902

HsHSPP? i wMm mot suffer throuci . Jb Know th«t tor ell 1 'Mexican Mustang IiJ'-lair-ut, jf- I 1 1 bj .1 m I Ilk am easy way and a sure way to treat a case of Sore Throat in order to kill disease germs and insure healtliv throat action is-to take half a glassful! of water put into it a teaspoon!"ul of Mexican Mustang aims •>* br" and with this gargle the throat ct frequent intervals. Then liathe the outsit- of tho throut thoroughly with the lint- ' wont unil after doing this poor m>ini.• <ai ■ 'ft cloth and wrap/ around tho ncck. It is a l'OMITIVS CUitii !><)<•. ;u.v.i 01.00 Lv.uio IT MAY BE Y' con Mustaug Iiiizi: Th ! f i ri ffJ?' a % f| % •\\tyu2zr <W ,41% ft> •r '■r&S1 < " -:\.S V (3" cw f'r FAVORITE BECAUSE _ EQUIPMENl SnfoCr.r-. Splendid JDay.'Coaches. Observation Sbspers Free Reclining Cha r Cars. CONNECTIONS. Lor ;h";'and|Eflst Southland W-. Ino Layov Pri t <& G 1 ex j i : rr its > f V "J * 1 ii j'_i... amxizi :.u: , \ o- Li ax fXlt MA...

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