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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 November 1905

OUR FIRST GRAND o4o4o*o#olo#o#oio*o« " " ~ BEGINS SATURDAY MORNlNfi 1 O'CLOCK, NOV. I This Great Event Involves the Immediate Movement of $50,000 Worth of this Continent's Newest Merchan- dise! It Shall be Offered at FACTORY AND MILL COST! WHAT IS FACTORY SURPLUS Factory Surplus Lots are the go jdd remainir g unsold at each eeason's end.no matter u' it on!v b.3 a handful or a carload, In yeara gone by the.-e factory sur- plus lots were sold to wholesale houses ana jobbers, ard by these latter people to tho marching at n'oout 50 p?r oDnt profit. Latir years hav" chaDged this and now factory surplus stocks are sold to large sto*es and buyers over the country, who distribute these stocks to the people di- rect. The average price paid for Factor/ Surplus is generally 50 to 60 per cent of value. Our two stores, Corsicani and Mexia, bought 50,000 worth of these Factory Surplus lots and the si'a of them is to take place with our regular stocxs beginning Saturday, November Remember everythi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 November 1905

.f n \/> 4G] in Afirterica have sent us box and box an^cas^ai wear, and their cost to you will be but trifling. Box and bundle and bale have come of dry goods anc goods, and every fabric in ^.he textile world known to be of serau^jfajieed are here at every turn and look, strong as an economy tovfcer, inviting you to save while you — Factory " n'' | 'h TiraTTi • ~i - neckwear and hosiery and headwear and^ women and children enter grandly into the roundme oat of thtfMibi^VMipleteiiess, and not a penny over factory cos'l^^^^^^gular, will the price be to you. Let no excuse come to keep youmway from this Bale. It is the one grand maid^^P^i^ill pass around you if you wait—and it will come no more. Come and buy your entire needs for winter at factory cost and mureosc ao^flee and know with your own eyes what factory eurplus is and what factory cost is. Everything will De arranged for your convenience. There'll be plenty ot extra salespeople to wait on you. and a fine savin? at oyery spot...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 November 1905

" ''w r Wojpif l?t Y«IN Q)4r > A remarkabls case of longevity it instanced by the Canadian Ga- lete, which. records that a Chinese woman passed through Montreal the other day who claimed to be 171 years old. She had nothing to prove her agt, only the word of her friends added to fier own, but her appearance was most eloquent and certainly tended to confirm her re- markable statement. As an official put it, she seemed as if she had been dug out of the great wall of Chins, built some 5,000 years *gQ, Shfe was on her way home from. Demer-rn to China, in crdcr to make her last renting place in the Celec tial kingdom, because she feared she had not marvy more years to live. She was bent nearly dou^ ble; and >bcr face looked like crin- kled yellow parchment. It appears that she left China when 70 .year# old, and has resided in Dexnerara ffcr the last 100 years. A Popular Diplomat Sir Edmund . Monsen, who has arrived on a visit to America and who retired last year from the post of am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 November 1905

- fi*•'* '" :i ■ ' I ' to . ■ |!¥ s m « ? ART V-% PAGE*. See J. Sandford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas. \ Av ^VOL 6. The State Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1905 No. 45. A Big Bargain In Every Item men- tioned on this Page. READ CAREFULLY ,-Clothing.- % WAGNER s RIMASSA THE PAST WEEK we received the ISEW CLOTHING FOR Men, Youths and Boys. The New Style Suits single or double breasted in the seasons novelties. THE COATS are some lonsrer wiih slit in back of coat. You can get the The New 1 hings Here, Perfect fitting garments, thoy are in dainty pretty patterns, at 15 00, 12 50 and 10 00 The unfinished black or the black worsted at 14 98, 13 98 arid 9 98 Any st,yi ey;>u want aud it wid be the correct style if you buy here. U?outbs Suits Some stylos at 10 00, 8 98, 7 50 and 5 00 | 3SO£5 Suits. Boys Suits al 4 50, 3 50, 2 50 and to 1 00 Clothing, Jackets, Skirts, Shoes, Fine Dress Goods and Millinery. A complete new stock of all the above. The r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 November 1905

ddp' '■-1^11111_I__BI_1^_^^^^^_^^^—^^^^_^___bb_2_-—__---_«^i' jbhehf;.; i1 f[ Impoverished soil, like impov- erished blood, needs a proper fertilizer. A chemist by analyz- ing the soil can tell you what fertilizer to use for different products. If your blood is impoverished your doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it and give it the rich, red corpuscles that are lacking in it. It may be you need a tonic, but more likely you need a concentrated fat food, and fat is the element lacking in your system. There is no fat food that is so easily digested and assimi- lated us Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish and strengthen the body when milk and cream fail to do it. Scott's Emulsion is always the same; always palatable and always beneficial where the body is wasting from any cause, either in children or adults. We will send you a s-- -• Bo pi turo i label is of every . Biou you Ln... . a I,per .. mul- "Sweet Sixteen s." Mexia, Texas, 11-4,-'05. Li*t night a bevev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 November 1905

BP ■ M-'' ■ ■ 5 Fours IS ■■vs 3* \ , i ' .* 9\ A WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach of medicine. medicine can do more. WAS GIVE.] 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. 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 and 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 1 wu •ntlrely ctsred.'' TWO SIZES, 50c ATH) $1.00. Honor Roll Mexia Public School, FIRiT GRADE. 1. Ruvy Lf-o Uutler.' SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY MEXIA DRUG COMPANY. •T,TV- test!:."," vKitmzi i^rxx^eanKKrisxaiu Two Trains Dally VIA IcMIe & Nashville R R From New Orleans to Atlanta, Jacksonville, Bal- timore, Washington, Philadelphia and New Y®rk. AI.RO TO C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 November 1905

—— = State Herald. 11 H«>.«d every Thursday by W. p. HOUX, Editor aDd Proprietor. 9at>kerl£>tlcm, per year, $1.00 Entered at the postnmce at Meria, Tex., as second class mall matter This is oris of the times when the man who held his cotton quU winner. ___________ Many a thriving city has been developed on prospects not one tenth us bright as thor.o of Mexia. Tlie Chicago packers object to being prosecuted because of an alleged promise of immunity and not because they aro r.ot guilty. The ginners' report, issued Wednesday, shows 6,483,000 bales ginned up to November 1. This indicates a crop of 10,500,- 000 bales. Waxahachie is engaged in rais- ing a bonus of 1 1*2 per cent on its rendered valuations co secure the Dallas extension of the Trini- tv & Brazos Valley. The gentlemen who are run- nine for governor are a •'promis- ing" set judging from the re- marks they delivered themselves of at the legislative banquet at Dallss last Monday. In is only a question of a few mon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 November 1905

. jra*.' Sags [WW I SfMr _ I ■ ■X 'Mi «12M Watch for the SBp I$i ''k :\H fe* > :ff rffev ■ ? ••' ®P$i3 :.'- '>>' *:■ uiixiST? B^-®a^j£^^af-jr®m^sawaraEE Mow er& 1^3 Highest Usefulness. i v i i As we write this, the fourth day of the great movement of $50,000 worth of Merchandise, the store is crowd- ed with customers and trading is fast and furious at every shelf and counter. People are coming from the highways and hedges, coming from points that have never reached Alexia before. No words of disappointment « no words of dissatisfaction have we heard from any person, no matter how rich or poor. In fact, this is tiie one Sate that - cannot disappoint; its the gac and only safe now going on in this part of Texas, that we know of, where prices are being cut to the core and the merchandise allowed to move out along the channels that our buying public thinks best. And one thing you must remember, this is not an offering of old stocks, its not a lot of stuff gathered from ques...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 November 1905

jaMSSiPS ! IRK Mil! ... . i^mupv ,-p spnsae BW* 1 '1^.y* '.*" ' :'; - I . f'' . TOJ%-.; -v 9 An KILLTMEiSOyGH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Ir.King sTj s F0RC til? CNSURIPTiORI OUGHS and CLDS ary Price EOc Si $1.00 Freo Trial. Surest and Uuickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TltOUB- B UBS, or 3IONEY BACK. Bscsehb^*^ mr PASSENGER SERVICE IN TEXAS. 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 .^T THE " miy/kj^w' (O TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. tUPERB PULLMAN VESTIB'JliZP sleepers, < AMOSOME R EC Li N!NG CHAIR CARS <SEA"S FPFE) ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS, •fftiY LINS WITH fast tnorn'nn and evsntng trains to Et. Louis tind the blast. ShY JLINB WITH fullman Sloopct,- n •i<l high-back Scarrijbt seat Oo&chc.u t!.;ou«rh (without change) to Not Oceans, daily. .'TjY LINE WITH handson.e new Chair Oi rs through (without ciangre) daily, ?o St. Louis, Memphis and '■--Paso. y i,Y LINE WITH a caving: i>. i '2 hours to California. urist Sleeping Cars, weekly, through '"without change) to San Francisco. D!NING~CARS j...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 November 1905

MMMK'?**** **v. gSBS '^aWfer y/ikft * *i* v* .^••«, U. >..*/• . Al*,, * v • '. . V JOY OF LIVING our ■ rcixr bealized wokti iod ENJOY GOOD HEALTH '" V'U. w The Popular Liver Medicine Keep You Well A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR> PID LSVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic, Caiornel and 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 poisaps, is absolutely harmless «id is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no injurious effects. CURED BY "EftBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, says: "I w«« Gick in bevj Jot eight months T?ith liver trouble, th# doctor sect,;, to do me no good. I was told to try Herbine, and it cured me in a short time. I cannot recommend tliia wonderful mcdicine too highly." TAKE IT ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 November 1905

mmm - -i'M tmm h i $ z*t> ~Ui J> J % £ I s SHAW'S SPECIAL SALE NO. 2 Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Nov. 9,10 § II Another chance to get more than value received for your money. Everything wi^l go on sale at Astonishing Low Pricei A full new line of Almost Come and You Will Be Convinced By PRICES ALONE. Dry Goods. We have very few of same goods w e had two weeks ago, so our stock will all be fresh, new patterns. Extra good 15c value .Outing 12£ Extra heavy 10c Flannelette. solid color. 9o Good heavy 10c Flannelette, light colors. 9c Good heavy 10c Flannelette, dark colors. 9c Extra heavy Cotton Flannel, 30 inches wide, well worth 12 l 2c, at - 10c Good weight Cottcu Flannel, 27in wide.. 7o Lit-lit weight Cotton Flannel, 24in wide 6c Good value 12 l-2c Ginghamp, short lengths, per yard - 10c Pereals, 10c quxlitv 8^C All Prints, per yard 5c L'jrsdale 36 inch Bleached Dcmealic 8^c Lun*d«le 86 inch Cambric 10e Good grade 30 inch Domestic 7c Sea Island DomesticC30 inches wide 8.4c Not...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 November 1905

i ms * Bt,3' ©I PART 2-4 -AGES. r-« a 1 R iZ VOL 6. This SALE is Now in Full Progress. Herald. No. 45. *ee J. Sandiord Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Me via, Texas. MEX1A, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1905 Karner & Phillips DON'T HESITATE Price Talk! RECORD BERAKINO •AT RECORD BREAKING PRICES r* Ijnt.'i.x-W m Surpasses Everything Ever Offered to You Before in riexia or Limestone County. PRICES Talk and lei! YOU the Whole Thing and to the Doubting Thomas we simply sav DON'T HESITATE but come, look and price and you will surely BUY AND SAVE BIG MONEY ON YOUR WINTER OUTFIT. tmrrm A Point to be remembered is that our assortment is tre- mendous, from it all clas- ses of trade can be sal is- fied* Nice Men's black Suits, all wool that have been $10, in this sale at $6.75 Men'" Suits that have been in thi> sale 00 $5.00 Men's Suits that have bean $17 50 and $18..'>0 going in this Record Breaking bale at SI2.5I) 250 Mens Suite that have been $10.0 0 going in this sale a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 November 1905

_______ " - *$* .4- !i' 4*) 4? i i 4* i ^ I ^ i!^ rN Tit1** fe?lw J I r I: • i < r „>/' B BIG SPECIAL SALE! Of Mens, Womens and Childrens Ready to Wear Beginning Friday, Nov. 10, and Lasting 10 Dajs! si chttmb $ m mm ii ? i§p#tf8^ s ; r'\\ ifc VI..; !■*•■: V«i * 5 ' Mens CI Suits oJ beautiful new design and oerfee make ordinarily sold at $20.0:?. our special 617.so value, m this biff sale at Mens Suits of fine quality l)lac!r gr nit (Schwab mnke) an all round gocd t$l5 ,00 suit, special 10 days sale price Choice of our entire line of Men's $I2.SO auits *n tMs s'Ble for e; mi ut • ir 14.3 sj i Every J |() suit (nothing reserved) goes in this 1.0 days slaughter at.'.. 41 f;i .1 Hill r* V-- 0?,C • --i- MiJ < :*■% r'J iW- -"If suits go in this special vil V-v t i !mk 1 5"CHWR8 O-OTHINC CO $8.50 sale at... Choice of all $7 go suits d"rin - ihiss-ale at 2IO Coats and Vests regular prices from $8,50 to $10.00, to be closed ou* in this sale at Exactly One-Half Price. Ladies Jackets...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 November 1905

I Dr. J. L. Meteall DEN II SI, g$ I /'! /Ifteet flfoe AT THE BIG t BSSiltli • >■ .y>««OT-a ieagJiCa' aKi:aiKga m IIHL b M $ 11 Positively the Greatest Sale of Everything for Every- body to wear •/ Kvcr Held in MEXIA ew Store ^"Office —Front Rooms in Knights of Pvibias Hall. Phjna No. 110. MEXI A. TEX A?- I local anb iPersonal jfor tbc TKHeeft. V. Wolvorion took in the fair at Dallas yesterday, J. P. Andersonjwas a visitor at tho Da las fair yesterday. The ed.t>r returned last night fn m D.i 1. s l r.d th fai.\ J.S.Groover and little son re- turned from thi! fair last night, Cnarlie Seagraves, of Dallae, iS here 011 a visit u> liU parent-. Mr.-. Harvey Storey, of Byuum is in the city vi-sitir g her mother. C. .)• Km hi an:! rl uigiiter^Jifs -lu'iin, hnvd iHiur :fil It-out ihe fair. Mrs C'auil a'!n . i- vis ring h?r fflot'icr Mrs. I1'■ i in lehiri- ciina, C 3. I1r-.il!--.V i■■ £ Gr >e-'":-'i< wa- in t io city todiiv en. ou t s t j lli'ls Too New York i> a t lad b ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 November 1905

CIRCUS FRIDAY Nov mm MEWMimrmmrMODmAMSFmrs ft AMD hget me AT eucuzraamoaaicahcaze Big Canvas igamm Positively ihe K> Greatest Sale of Every- thing for Everybody to Wear ever Held in Mexia AT A Drawing Card. Special excursions are to bo run into San Antonio during the Monk Gibson trial, Interest n the trial of the negro who is tin central figure in the Blna trage* dy in which Mrs. A. .1. Conriit' and four children were buutalU murdered, has become so wide- spread that people living in th* v cinity of the scene of-the trage- dy have prevailed upon the bat railway management to run ex- cursion trains to San Antonio so that they can attend the trial. Since hi* visit to Edna, District Attorney Charles 3at ef is firnilv of the belief that Monk Gibson committed the crime. He says that everything points againsi VIonk Gibson and that some very stong evidence will have to be produced to cause him to change his mind. During his visit at Edna last week District Attorney Baker, went over the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 November 1905

Hf $7::. : f IT I--8 i'AGBS. ee J. Sandford Smith tor Fire. Life and Tornado Insurance Mevia, Texas. VOL 6. State Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 16, 1905 No. 46. A nes* A Big Bargain In Every Item men- tioned on this Page. READ CAREFULLY ...Clotbtng... THE PAST WEEK we received the CLOTHING FOR Men, Youths and Boys. The New Style Suits, single or double breasted in the seasons novelties. THE COATS are some lonirer wiih slit in back of coat, You can get the The New Things here, Tei ftcr fitting garments, they are in dainty pretty pattern", at 15 00, 12 50 and 10 00 The un!ini.-hed black or the black worsted at 14 98, 13 98 and 9 98 Any sty 1 eyou want and it wiil be the correct, style if ycu buy here. HJontbs Suits Some styles at 10 00, 8 98, 7 50 and 5 00 WfiNEIt RIMASSSA Clothing, Jackets, Skirts, Shoes, Fine Dress Good?; and Millinerv. A complete new stock of all the above. The right goods at the right price. No larger stock, no more seiect stock of high grade Merchandise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 November 1905

What The "Kidneys Do. Every Two Minutes 1 I Physicians tell us that all •the blood in a healthy .fouman body passes through )the heart once in every two minutes. If this action be- comes irregular the whole body suffers. Poor health follows poor blood ; Scott's Emulsion makes the blood pure. One reason why SCOTT'S EMULSION "s such a great aid is because : t passes so quickly into the blood. It is partly di- gested before it enters the -stomach ; a double advan- tage in this. Less work for the stomach; quicker and more direct benefits. To get the greatest amount of good with the least pos- sible effort is the desire of ■evervone in poor health. Scott's Kmulsion does just that. A change for the oetter takes place even be- fore you expect it. We will send you a sample free. Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrap- per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy. Scott & Bownk Chemists 409 Pearl St., N. Y. 50 cents and $1. 00, All druggists •Capr. Houx of the .lo^ Jo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 November 1905

u-Mm A- 'v A. I i KIDNEY CURE |nr«i Kidney and Blad- der Diseases In Every Form—Many People ' Have Kidney Trouble and Do Not Know It. HOW TO FIND OUT. ' It is the function of the kidneys to filter •nd purify the Blood which is constantly passing through them. When the kidneys are out of order the •ther organs are affected immediately And you may have symptons of heart trouble, stomach and liver trouble, and •ther ailments, which are all owing to the kidney.t being weak and out of order. If you are sick Foley's Kidney Qure will strengthen and build up the worn out tissues of the kidneys so they will act properly and the symptons of weakness, heart, stomach and liver trouble will disappear and you will be , ^ restored to perfect health. \ \ New to Tell If You Hiv« Kldnr/ Trtubl*. .">■ f You can easily determine if your kid- r / Bey* are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed ■pon arising. If upon examination it ii cloudy or milky or has a brick-dust...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 November 1905

'II I > i State IIkrald *•« t 1<MJ every Thursday by N. P.«HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. ot iCTiiitlon, per year PW• Entered at the postofflce at Uexla, Tex., as second class mall matter The San Antonio fair opens next week. Jf vou failed to take in the Dallas fair you can go to San Antonio and see a good show. The Houston Post of Sunday contained 84 pages. How is that for a paper? When the Post gets out a special edition it is al- ways a whopper. That was a fine write-up of Mexia published in the Sunday's Post. Mexia is bound to forge to the front if her enterprising citizens will only push a little. Fairfield is now nearer a rail- road than she has ever been be- fore. The Central people are looking that way, and if they build self defense would cause the T. & B. V. to also back in- to the game. Mr. Hearst will get plenty of sensational copy for his newspa- pers out of the election contest he has instituted and the chances are that he would rather have that than tjje offic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 November 1905

AT = THE - Bid Green Canvas Front The Biggest Sale of the Newest Stocks Ever Offered in MEX1A Everything for Man Woman or Child to Wear SUTTON'S The New Store. Rounding: Now Into Its Second Week of Great Usefulness OUR STANDS PRE-EMINENT AND ALONE! The Lamp still holds out to burn, and you may come yet. The big stocks which were at our command still stand strong at every Point and no signs of waver or falter can be found in any line. Out above all the rest, though, stand the Clothing Stocks==bright, new Clothes for men and boys==positively not exploiting or allowing an old or unstylish garment in the entire collection. And Factory Cost is most positively the sale prices that apply to the entire stocks. All wool tailormade Suits, worth $7 50 and $10.00, are going as fast as they canvat $5.00 and 6,95 a suit. There are ten different patterns—in all over 100 suits at this popular piice"but little over half average value, There are twelve patterns of Mens tailormade suits offered ^t $6,...

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