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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 August 1905

Im r FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach of medicine. No HIGH FREIGHT RATES. can do more. WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE. B. Spiegel, 1204 N. Virginia St., Evansville, Ind., writes: "For over five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry. 1 lost flesh and wai all ran down, and a year ago had to abandon work entirely. I had thre. of the best physicians who did me no good «nd I was practically given up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended «nd the first bottle gave me great relief, and after taking the second bottle 1 wai entirely cured.'' TWO SIZES, 50c AND $1.00. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BT MEXIA DRUG COMPANY. THE BET LINE icuisville > & 'Nashville R R TO ALL Mountain, Lake AND Seaside Resorts East and North Two Trains Daily From New Orleans and Memphis •Low Round Trip Rates For illustrated literature, time tables, maps, rates, etc., Address, P. W. Morrow, T. P. A., Houston,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 August 1905

m State Herald. )•>«! trrtry Thursday W H. P. HQUX, Editor and Proprietor. 8ot>kcrli>tton, per year,, 1.00 How much better it would have been to have thoroughly cleaneu up before the arrival of strang- ers. However, it is not too late vet.—Holland Progress. Let the hot water run into the bath tub, please.—Houston Post Hot water in the bath tub this sort of weather! Man, alive! What ails you? Entered at the postnffice at Mwrta, Tex., as second class mail matter Arkansas has instituted a quarantine against Texas. Good evening. A negro up in New Jersey as- saulted a 14-year old white girl and an angry mob came near lynching hitn. "Next battle will stagger the world." So says the head lines in a daily paper. Former ones have already staggered KutBia. The national ginners report just out, shows the condition of the crop lo be 73 per oent, and the acreage reduction 22 per cent. Denison reports the first heat victim. But then it has been hot' enough even in Texas the past few days...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 August 1905

t: 'V Mm m - ■' 'i' Dr. J. L. MetcaH DJ3N11S1. fjiT Office —Front Roouis' in Knights of Pvthias Hall. Ph. ne No. 110. MEXIA. TEXAS I fur- ious |>ugh ISlH lypo. |Pen- ' 3om-^ fcs. / >4 W88 )ller./ 11 shed ^muge .rd I\ > " local ant> personal jfor tbc Udeefc. Misses Belle Ingram and Jennie Wolverton left this morn- ing for Portland, Oregon and other points of interest in the west. Miss Ingram goes aa the special correspondentof this paper having won the ticket in the con- test that closed last Saturday, and Miss Wolverton just went along to see the sights and enjoy the trip with her. They will spend several weeks on the trip. Mrs. Tora 3myth and baby of Mart sre visiting Mrs. Ed Waller for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Smith are the proud parents of a new baby boy. Wanted.—Beeswax.—W. R. Storey. Jesse McLendon and family and Mrs. Dr. Jackson and child- ren, and Willie Mac White have returned from an outing at Rake- straw lake. Miss Kathleen Corley has re- turned from a visi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 August 1905

h ,.V" '."iv-? m • mV/?E tmp lt.,i'\««VKB.S INC8 "Br. King's . i ^ Discovery ^ ^^rJMPnor Me# ''Oil ■ OLGHS and 50c A Si.00 w V^OLDS Fryt Trial. Bluest and ftuickeat CUreTSr'air THROAT and LUNG THOUB- XiXS, or MONET BACK. ««T PASSENGER SERVICE -IN- TEXAS. 4. IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 i'JPERB PULLMAN VESTIBUI EP SLEEPERS, van osomc Reclining chair Cass (■EATS FPrC) ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. ':fLY LINE WITH ftt3t morning1 and evening trains to St. Louis and the East. \'LY LINE WITH Pullman Sleeper^ and high-back Scarri|tt seat Coaches through (without change) to New Orleans, daily. • IjY LINE WITH handsot-e new Chair Oars through (without cuange) daily, to St. Louis, Memphis and Paso. SLY LINE WITH a saving i 2 hours to California. i<"Mriat Sleeping Cars, weekly, througl '"Without change) to San Francisco. . DINING CARS •'■■■■ jy BLTWCENTEXASANDST.LOUIS ON BOTH OF OUR INCOM- PARABLE TRAINS, "CANNON BALL" -AND- tjlGHT EXPRESS" E P.TURNER, -t^NERAL PASSENGER AND TlOKIT A0EN . DALLAS.tex AtLA....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 August 1905

.4*/, nf. i® W1-" i , r_. • • • •W ■ _ for Rheumatism, Cut*, A Sure Cure Sprain. Wounda. Old ■ m w# Sores, Corns, Bunions, Galls. Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lam* Back, Stiff Joint*, Frosted Feet, Burns, Scalds, etc. AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Inflam- mation, and drives out Pain. PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes a free circulation of tha Blood, giving the Muscles natural elasticity. BEST LINIMENT ON KARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED CURED SOIATIO RHEUMATISM Mrs. E. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knoxville* Tenn., writes: "I have been trying the baths of Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but X get more relief from Bsllard'* Snow Liniment v than any medicine or anything I have aver tried. Inclosed find postoffice order for fl.00. Send ma large bottle by Southern Express." THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00 BE SURE YOU OET THE OENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS. U. & A •OLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Mexia Drug Company. v- I '' Job nuhbba...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 August 1905

g& ■ >« r? War* Damned Baf*r*han4. f there was anything the late itor Hoar disliked more than 3r did another it was profanity. Ike story is told how much jfcncked the venerable senator wamtd be by Ithe inflammatory HaO«iections of a certain" poli- tiecxa with Whom he frequently was compelled to confer. But on aB soch occasions 'he would re- from censuring the culprit j)t in the mildest manner. "Tftrs day when the politician osnrc to tfne senator's committee xwm on a subject of considerable siuportance, Mr. Hoar indicated a seat to him and remarked: ""•Sow.. Mr. Blank, before we enter upon a discussion of this ^pnestion we shall assume that ■ewer y body and everything; is dtesmed. Then we can talk it «nrr amicably." CistN Misucrw Is tO IM Roosevelt's Short Speech. The shortest speech Mr. Roose- neft ever made was when he was jp «rnor of New York state. He "WT5 reviewing the sound money •:5*rra:de on a day wet and chilly. J& -Megation of crockery men saraxijr by and a badge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 August 1905

JP'i A. between $ ;# Ot \m OIGHS end OLDS Oc It SI.00 Fret Trial. I Urnestend Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG XH0XT3- \ MS, or MONEY BACK SIT MSSEHGER SERVICE IN TEXAS. 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 pacific" TEXAS HAILWAY • «0 rSOUBLS TO AN5WER QUl.STIONS ..•ptrb "ullmah vestibui c7- sleepers, . "l OSOME RECLININGCHAIR 0AR5 (seats fpfe) ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS.. i.;iV7 LINE WITH £a3t morninsr nnd leaning trains to St. Louis and tin ,'iaat. •-it/? LINE WITH Pullman Sleeper. •Mid high-back Bcarr^tt seat Coaclit« .rough (without change) to i-Jeana. daily. . ■ Y LINE WITH handsome new Chf ir 'jars through (without oiange) daily, yO St. Louis, Memphis and Paso. •JLY LINE WITH a saving n. J 2 hours ,0 California. ■ .u-tst Sleeping Cars, weekly, throu-.rl "without change) to San Francisco. OINING CARS • v au rween TEXAS and ST. LOUIS ON BOTH OF OUR INCOM- PARABLE TRAINS, €ANN©I^ BALE." -ANn- ^IGHT EXPRESS' K P.TURNER, >?HEHAL PASSENOEC AND TlOKPT AOfc'N' QAU.A4. TEX rcsbec ed m a t-core of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 August 1905

f WW V''1 mvAflni "I — \- ?S/.'^'" r;"- . > t' v t>'f;" • • f&Sf ffh • •. s * ;.i;i: > r M ^ ^ — for Rheumatism. Cuts, Xk ^1 ITft LllirS Sprains, Wountff, Old « m Sores, Corns, Bunions, Galls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints, Frosted Feet, Burns, Scalds, etc. AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Inflam- mation, and drives out Pain. PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles natural elasticity. BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM Mrs. E.iA. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knoxville, Tenn., writes: "I have been trying the baths of Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rhenmatism, but I get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment than any medicine or anything I have ever tried. Inclosed find postoffice order for (1.00. Send me large bottle by Southern Express." THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00 BE SURE YOU GET THE OENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 August 1905

':iV ■V w lTE Herald. IHtM mry Thursday IT M. P. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. tydon, per /ear IMO iii at tbe poetotsce at Mula, Tax., aa second claaa mall nattar m\\ m¥ / k Syacruse, Ohio, has deolared that no negro shall remain over night in that town. What will Washington, Wananiaker & Daughter say tp that? Miss Roosevelt will leave, the Taft party in China and visit in that country for some time, while Judge Taft and party will pro- ceed on their trip. Prof. David Franklin Houston, president of the Agricultural and Mechanical college of Texas, has been elected to succeed the late Dr. Prather as president of the State University. It had been in the car for eight days without food or water. But then it had plenty of malt, and many a man could live longer than eight days on malt. There is going to be a lively time in Limestone oounty next year, judging by the number of prospective candidates that we hear of here and there, and. every- where. The woods are already full of B&r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 August 1905

Mr Office ; Dr. J. L. Metcall DEN11S1. —Front Roomi in Knights of Pttbiag Hall. Ph ne No.-110. MEX 1^A. TEXAF m f k- *,'-x it-. fll fcfL X. r ■r local ant> lpereonal Jfor tbe HBleefc. Have moved 2 doors east of Jackson Mer. Co. W. K. Storey. Up to noon Wednesday 180 bales of new cotton had been weighed in the two yards in Mexia. f New cut glass at Pittman's. Mrs. Ella Beat? of Dallas is the guest of Mrs. Nelson Forrest. Wanted—1000 hens weekly for next month, 2 doors east Jackson Mer. Co. W.R.Storey. T>>m^Best lost several tons of hay Tuesday, a spark from a passing engine setting it afire The section men were called out and succeeded in putting out the tire after a hard fight. Shopping'and wrist bags, new stock, at Pittman's. Mrs. G. D. Simmons has re- turned from her vacation and is again on duty as the manager of the Postal telegraph office here. See B. F. Perdue at his new location near the city hall, for any kind of l,leather goods,N both new work and repairing. Mrs. R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 August 1905

iffl gfe *„(,?' --safe -as >,ijl |>i<Ttflil,'fl"i yflCt- '-WlMBWt.'r- t . : -V' ": ■•' -f ,;" ; fr f'HiW ' ■ {■-..■!><, . w v.l. - ■ ■ *■ ■"**'; . *,fcS i )NT!NUE | Tnose who are gaining flesh , and strength by regular treat- [ ?««nt with Scott's Emulsion gh<*uld continue the treatment Ih hot weathers smaller dose and a little cool milk with It will do away with any objection which Is attached to fatty pro- ducts during the heated •eason. Send for free sample, scott & bowne, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New \ork. 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. m '1 mm m SI >■* I Miss Lillian AIIod lias resigned her positiou in our publij school t3 accept a position in (he Ennis schools, and Miss Rosa Phillips has been elected to fill the vacancy. CASTOxlIA. Bears the /) ^'9 Kind Yflu H<1V8 Always BOUghl Signature of Little Misses Eleanor Jacobs of Groesbeck and Leita Scharff of Groesback, are in the city visiting '.he families of Jos. and Julius Nussbaum. "The entertai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 August 1905

m m * ja u * j mi m ■u , . r . i tbI § i RAILROAD CIRCLES Active Work on the T. & B. V. " Has Commenced. MEN AND TEAMS FOR CENTRAL ALSO HERE ie Air is Full of Rumors and War Between the Two Hail- roads Is Said to He On. a Many people who ire neglecting jymptoms of kidney trouble, hoping "it will wear away," are drifting towards Bright's Disease. which is kidney trouble in pne of its worst forms. FOLEY'S KIDNEY - mm stops irregularities, strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the worn-out tissues of the kid- neys so they will perform their functions properly. Healthy kid- neys strain out the impurities from the blood as it passes through them. Diseased kidneys do not, and the poisonous waste j ,, ,, xr J , , matter is carried by the circulation ' B' V.^ and the gidap, and the R lang, and the whoa of the to every part of the body, causing j mule driver on the Central cut off. dizziness, backache,'s t o m a c h A j h . , Hoi:ston extension of the trouble, sluggish liver, irre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 August 1905

K . /' ; it' Bridg*. record-breaking cantilever is 'being built in Canada. Qucbec bridge is its name, it will be a record-breaker in it will have a single span of feeit, no other bridge in the feoricT being comparable 'to it in .■SBfe-Tespcct so far as can 'be Iwiecl. The river span of the afcroklyn bridge is 1,595 feet, Knwpting suspension bridges, the Wmgest Span bridge yet completed we rfte Forth double-track railway 3rfc!ge, v.'it'h two spans of 1,7x0 ti*i each. Others are the Lans- «fewrie bridge, India, with a span a£ Sj:o/feet; the Wabash bridge across the Monongahela river at £«tsbv.r£, with a span cf 812 feet, :* !' the bridge across the Missis- .fflppi. at Memphis. Tenn., with a •ijw1* of. 790 1-2 feet. New Form of Dedication. A new form of dedication is rjsctf "by an English author in ;his Sfcest novel. Underneatli the wards "dedicated to" is a charm- ■mg medallion portrait of a young Sk&f. No name or other indica- ;Seh of.the lady's identity is given. Zum Indians' Be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 August 1905

k- 0 m 'Mi i \' k I f 3 tv'! -/.w" * ■ '■■< See J. Sandford Smith lor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas. Herald. No. 35 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY AUGUST 31, 1905 VOL 6. mMm Mexia will have a SALES DAY, Wednesday, Septem- ber 20th. BE SURE AND COME. Wagner & Rimassa Mexia, - - Texas. HEXIA'S BIG SALES DAY Wednesday, Sept. 20th. Remember date and be here. We Are Getting Ready for Fall. Each Season finds us with larger, better Stocks. I his season we want to advance. Our buyer in New York is rushing the goods to us, per- sonally selecting the newest materials in High Grade Dress Goods, Silks and the New Fall Novelties. In our Dress Goods department you will find the seasons choices: fab rics We are receiving SHOES. them now and within a few days all lines will be complete. 'y'W. School Suggestions. As the time for school draws near the mothers are busy get- ting the boys and girls fixings. We offer you seasonable school articles of wearing apparal and supplies at prices...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 August 1905

. • ... -Wm m * m 1 "■vSi.'L' CONTINUE Those who an saining flesh •nd strength by regular trsat- Mnt with Scott's Emulsion Hh«uld continue the treatment In hot weather; smaller dose and a little cool milk with It will do away with any objection which Is attached to fatty pro- ducts during the heated season. Send for free wmple. SCOTT & IIOWNK, Chemist., 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. The Joe Johnston Rifles have placed a contract with Mr. S. Hughes for 24 more loo*era to be plaoed in their armory. This will enable th^ boys to keep their equipment in a more convenient shape. The boys return thanks to Joe Johnston Camp for a $10 donation to this building fund. 0-a.J3,E,CS>3R.:TA.. Bears the ^ The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of Mrs. M. E. Baldwin is visiting in Bryan.: summer Tourist Rates. To the sea shore, the east, New England resorts, and the moun- nina of Virginia, can be Dur« cl\a ed from June 1st to Sept. HUth via the Big Four Rou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 August 1905

r 1 ■ -7 W Mtafe Itr «:47i l«Pl f+UfiJX j* S *i)ifl Mrui \ OT* rours KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE any case of j KIDNEY i • • or BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond tHe reach of medicine. No medicine ca rid o more. WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE. B. Spiegel, 1204 N. Virginia St., Evatisville, Intl., writes: "For over five years I was troubled with kidney and blad der affections which caused me much pain and worry. I lost flesh and was all run down, and a year ago had to abandon work entirely. I had three of the best physicians who did me no good •nd I was practically given up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief, and after taking the second bottle I wu entirely cured.1" TWO SIZES, 50c AND $1.00. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY MEXiA DtfUG COMPANY. ( HE BET LI NE Louisville i & [Nashville R R TO ALL Mountain, I. a Ike AND Se iside Resorts East and North Two Trains Daily From New Orleans and Memphis Low Round Trip Rates For illnst,rated literature, tiiue table...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 August 1905

WJ! f? ■ FT k -1 tf s State Herald. ** l \«<J every Thursday by W. R. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. lyBM ed out before frost. The outlook iii bright?? than it baa been and Dr. White Bays that if the people will continue the figbt the fever will be stamped out by October 1st. So mote it be. BoofccTiiJtloTi, per year |1.00 Bntered at tbe postomce at Mexia, Tex., as second clasa mail matter Those bogus Austin bonds are stirring up quite a muss and some interesting developments are look- ed for. Dr. Tabor is going to institute a quarantine against Memphis as there are some suspicious cases in that city. Grand Duke Vladimir, uncle ot the czar, is said to be in favor of peace, and is using his influence on the emperor to that end- It comes from Laredo that Judge J. B. Wells, of the Kio Grande [country, will be a candi- date for governor next year. V It is said that the rural Filipi- no's clothes cost him only Si per vear. "Only?" Well isn't that enough for one narrow string? "Looks like...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 August 1905

Mf Dr. J. T.. Metcall DEN11S1. {/^"Office —Front Rooms in Knights of Pvthias Hall. v. Ph. ne No. 110. MEXIA. A ~ ■) •• • V . / TEX AF nal X J % V local ant) personal for the Week Mrs. J. T. Watson and little daughter, Mies Lucretia, left Tuesday morning for Chickasha, I. T., to join Mr. Watson, who has located up there. Mr. and Mrs. Watson and Miss Lucretia have scores of friends in Alexia and vicinity, who will re .ret to learn of their departure ,'rom our city, but who will wish them hap- piness and prosperity in their new home. W. D. Pittman, the jeweler and optician, wants your trade. J. A. Tucker was up from Thornton Tuesday afternoon on business. Have moved 2 doors east of Jackson Mer. Co. W. K, Storey. Mrs. W. B. Jackson has re- turned from the west where ehe has been visiting relatives. She was accompanied home by her aged father, Mr. John Eubank. Shopping and wrist bags, new stock, at Pittman's. Mies Laura Rogers has return- ed from her summering in Chau- tauqua, N. Y. Want...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 August 1905

V r i i ■li ft. ■<«h: -- n ■ SM.jlg ml — couch •' ^i'ne the lungs Sir. King's ft-a Discovery /b - :t" y 'M " " 1-051 S OLGH WOLDS .;«*U! ?TIOh OLGHS and Prist 80e & SI.00 Fret Trial. Sureat and Quickest Cure fcr All THROAT and LTWC IHOT7B- | LBS, or MONEY BACK. t?.~~ sf naianMMaH mi PASSENGER SERVICE IN TEXAS. i 'IMPORTANT QATEWAYS 4 PACIFIC TEXAS .<0 TROUBLE TO ANSWCR QULSTIONO. i'JPERB "ULLMAN VESTIBUI HI- SLEEPERS, 'ANOSOMI RCCLINI NG CHAIR CARS (•EATS FFFE) ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. I'-'tjY LINE WITH fa3t mornlnfr and evening: trains to St. Louis and the Kast. <LY LINE WITH Pullman Sloope: nch« No' imrt hierh-back Scarriff. seat Coacqoa t.hrouflrh (without change) to Orleans, daily. iLY LINE WITH handsoii-e new Chair 'Jars through (without c Mange) daily, to St. Louis, Memphis and ^-Paso. nLiY LINE WITH a saving 12 hours to California. >nir)st Sleeping Cars, weekly, through '^thout change) to San Francisco. DINING CARS IV BirWEEN TEXAS AND ST. LOUIS ON BOTH OF OUR I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 August 1905

.% 1 illi, >1 ■ tytn JOY OP LIVINO oak am mux bialwd wbu too ENJOY GOOD HEALTH c. The Popular Liver Medicine Win Keep You Well A OUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR- PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenlo, Calomel end Quinine. They act as rank poisons which vitiate the blood, debilitate the system, and leave a trail of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB- INE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotic poisons, Is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system end leaves no injurious effects. CURED BT HERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, says: " I was efck in bed for eight months with liver trouble, the doctor seemed to do me no good. I was told to try Herbine, and it cured me in a short time. I cannot recommend this wonderful medicine too highly." TAKE IT NOW! LABGE BOTTLE. 50c GET THE GENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co* ST. LOUIS, U....

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