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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

■Hr£IK?B9Bf .-JBh "'iig lARo v "OW 'i M6^ A Sure Cure ,i. >1 for Rheumatism, Cuts, Sprains, Wounds, Old 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. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knoxvllle, Tenn., writes: " I have been trying the bathsof Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, 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 GENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Mexia Omagf Company. WHY rub your c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

jmi jm? ^.fcaHP ifc&felr " J * 'tata* «r«py Thu rsday lor M. P. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. S«t>k«ii>tlon, per year I1.®0 Entered at the postofflce at Max la, Tex., as second class mall matter right traok in making. war on gambling in future a in farm pro- duota. "Stubbs-Litlle, '* i« tbe head- ing ove: a recent marriage notice in a Texan papier Nejct thing we'll hoar of a Utile Stubbs. A PERTINENT QUESTION. V Inasmuch aa' some of the* de> fenders of the Galveston-Hous- ton differential have been quot- ing the rule which provides that the shortest distance between the the point of origin and the point of destination shall govern rafes for the movement ot freight, in attempts to explain why it is that in a number of cases it costs less to get it to Houston than it doestogetit to Galveston, though the haul to Houston is the long- est, we would like to submit the following: Why is it that it costs 55 cents a 100 pounds to move cotton from Moxii to Galveston, a distance of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

\ MS aflfc f ■ « I A 9S- ►n ?s es- sh m BOOKS I ON • SALE • FROM Karner & Phillips, IS. XMAS AT SPECIAL SENSATIONAL CUT PRICES! SPECIAL SALE OF Ladies Jackets! commencing Dec. 15th. Customs like fashions changes. The old time worn idea of giving orna- mental offerings at Xmas has been surperseded by practical articles" of use- fulness, An article which will adu to ones COMFORTS or personal AP- PEARANCE is the inroad to their affections and the most desirable gift. READ CAREFULLY what we offer you then come and you will find it just that way and you will have reasons to be surprised, I ma s Gifts foi lj)ouc flDotber, Sister or Sweetbeait of Sill; Waists or .full IDcess Skirts. Sale of Silks Taffetta hilk on Sale at 19 cents. 50c Chini anc! Japanese silk, 2,1 and 27 inches w'de, mw on Bale at 39^ One thousand yards of fancy sliks. a splendid selection of desirable patterns for waists or full suits. nil fine wearing qua.iti s. Values it; the lot worth up *o I CO per yard, Se> sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

m §P SjSffl tame W,';" § ■ I I I. I i Babies Fat is,of great account to a baby; that is why babies are fat. If your baby is scrawny, Scott's Emulsion is what he wants. The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle. Fat babies are happy ; they do not cry ; they are rich ; their fat is laid up for time of need. They are happy because they are comfortable. The fat sur- i rounds their little nerves and cushions them. When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch. They delight in Scott's Emul- sion. It is as sweet as wholesome to them. Send for free sample. Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy. Scott Sr Bourne Chemists 409*475 Pearl Street Xow York 50c. and $1.00 All Druggists '• . Immigration For llll The South Ths close of the Louisinna State conference on immigration atNow Orleans tnia week marks the beginning of a movement which will not only have a local but...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

V,'; ■ '' fi l?]; j s& ^HSr i®i ■wit**' J- I $1, >3#L | WW ' ' sfflj' Sm p - mm$ i i )k X \ )■■■'■! No Case of Pneumonia on Record There is no case on re- cord of a cold resulting in Pneumonia, or other seri- ous lung trouble, after FOLEY'S HOHEY and TAR had been taken. It stops the cough and heals the lungs and pre- vents serious results from a cold. Do not take chances on a cold/ wearing away or experiment with some un- known preparation that costs you the same as Foley's Honey and Tar. Remember the name and ?o<u- get the genuine. Letters to Santa Claus. Mexia, Texas, Dear Old Santa Claus, Christmas is all most here and we want you to bring us somo Candv apples oranges and I (J. H.) want you to bring me some fire works and a little steam en- gine. • I (Ida Fay) want a great big Sleeping doll with long hair, and little shoee on. Now d"nt forget to come. Your little friends. Ida Fay and .1. H. Gentry. Mexia, Texas. Nov. 29, 1905. Mv dear Santa Claus, I iim a little girl si...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

w ; in Babies Fat is ,of great account to a baby; that is why babies are fat. If your baby is scrawny, Scott's Emulsion is what he wants. The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle. Fat babies are happy ; they do not cry ; they are rich ; their fat is laid up for time of need. They are happy because they are comfortable. The fat sur- rounds their little nerves and cushions them. When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch. They delight in Scott's Emul- sion. It is as sweet as wholesome to them. Send, for free sample. Immigration For The South Tha close of the Louisiana State conference on immigration at Now Orleans tnia week marks the beginning of a movement which will not only have a local hut a Jwideapreai influence in the neighboring states of Missis- sippi, Texas, Arkansas and Ala- Is una, but the status further on the Atlautio seaboard, for in a time not far aidant New Orleans with the big government immigra- tio...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

m w, No Case of Pneumonia ■on "teari There is no case on re- cord of a cold resulting in Pneumonia, or other seri- ous lung trouble, after FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR had been taken. It stops the cough and heals the lungs and pre- vents serious results from a cold. Do not take chances on a cold/ wearing away or experiment with some un- known preparation that costs you the same as Foley's Honey and Tar. Remember the name and get the genuine. T Letters to Santa Claus. Mexia, Texas, Dear 01<1 Santa daus, Christmas is all most here antl we* ant you to bring us hoihc Candv apples oranges ami I (J. H.) want you to bring me some fire works and a little steam en- gine. • I (Ida Fay) want a great big Sleeping doll with long hair, ami little shoee on. Now d"nt forget to come. Your little friends, Ida Pay and J, H. Gentry. Mexia, Texas. Nov. 29, 1905. My dear Santa Claus, I am a little girl siven years old have beeu going to school three months I love my Teacher dearly I live in the eastern part ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

"r% v" :-Vv' -..v. ■ "4 hi. ,.V • -yW-yt:' V- - / W- a P®,. ' :> -V::- \V V- .V- I** S ' T • J_ Dr. J. L. Metcall " DEN11S1. fc#"OflQce —Front Rooms in Knights of Pvihias Hall. Ph^ne No. 110. MEX1A. TEXAS J Ca.nt> personal | or tbe Mceft. \ A(\e Signet liipg^ at Pittman's. Mrs C D CJarley of Dallm is visiting her paients, Mr and Mrs W R Boykin Diamond rings at Pittmmi's. Up to 1 o'c ocl; 'odiy the re-1 ceipts at Mexia had reached 10,288 "bales. B?st mice today,rfor tot- J ton 10.50 seed $y.0(\ «® V Lamps, all soits at Pittman's. C S Cookeriy was up frcm Groespeck Tuesd.iv night attend- ing the opera. < Hatpins, plenty at Pittman's. The T. A' B. V. surveying t ar- ty is "ioiv at wjrk..levi-lrg up the line fro n hero tj llills- boro. Silverware plenty at Pittman's, Bring your biues^ wo I, unci beeswax to me and receive highest market' price.in cash —C. Fjclz. Piair. Gold R rigs at Pittman'i: W. K Storey shipped a car of turkeys to Bonh.itnTOesday night. It pav- to raise tuike...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

[ v Bfe 1, rS,''if*;'.-,S'*' • " "'5..'' ■: •'. . *1' TM^'W "£ ... MR * ' ■ 'r^ . ,s,,:.^s,.:^ . . ^ - • .■■ • . ",„; • . .,..« . 3 Special Edition The erald. VOL 6. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY l)EGE vUJliR 14, 1905 No. 50. •—Sff ► ««*«•«• 4 ■ V FACTS ABOUT M Heavy Increase In the City's Already cellent Transportation Facilities Ex- i i Climate and Other Advantages Which Appeal to the Intelligent Investor and Home Seeker In Search of a New Location Mexia has ueen a good town from ihe first (lay of its existence which began wl'.h the advent of the Hous- ton and Texas Central rauroad some thirty years ago. Located midway between the Brazos and Tr..ity rivers it is surrounded by a variety of soils adapted to the grow;h of farm pro- ducts of all kinds, and practically s-afe from the stagnai.on wh.ch follows a crop failure where one particular staple is pel force depended upon as a source of revenue. Much of tne territory tributary to xexia is <le- votsd to coton growing hut cotton is by n...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

. a, k IT/ I u / oftue will thrive. Ribbon cane Byrup, 1b a wholesome and popular article of food for which there 'is an un- limited demand. DIVERSIFIED FARMING. There is no better country any- where for raising cattle and hogs than around Mpxia. The abundant crops of alfalfa, peanuts and cow peas that can be raised together with the favorable climate make for the successful prosec.it on of Vuat oc- cupation. Bermuda grass, which grows unstintedly hi raanv places furnishes excellent pasiurasjo. There are farmers in .he nelgh'j jrliood of the town who raise 250 rMUKl at an average cost of ^ c^n; po'iiul by grazing them n ue months od Bermuda and letting them ru;i on oais in '.heir orchards the other thre?, and then plow the oats in to mvlch the land. Milk cows thrive beautifully and it needs but the es tablishment of a creamery in Mexia to s'imulate interest in the propaga- tion of dairy stock with a consequent great development of this profitable industry. It is no exaggeration to s...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

A ' " ■ ■....' <■' v--f #'•K -S &£}'% Z0:& \*vj w ••>: '/■■.cA- MHHBbH M 5fc t ' •/- -—-===-- III HON. RICHARD MAYS, of Corsicana, The indicat'our, for a iT.l;; i in the Sixth 11 i ... warm earn- C'cr.gress <nal ESit'.iet next year ar: good, ns wo sjs'ta prominent sentlamen have "1- ready siga'ticd an intention of di3- ivxt t)g i'-r H>o nomination with '.ho •■i-escn incumbent and entered the against h'm One of those, the ?!• «. Iticha. <1 Mays of Corsicana. is ,-n jtitok man of cnnsHlc-able experi- t.*nTn= and ab 1 ty w-th a p i.d.c roc.id ,,f wiiJ'jh he ha:; jjsi can to tie ;nr.rr,t. Sir. Mays successively served Cor- ..jesna in the capacity 01' city secrc- c/t:iry at orney and alderman w.th frrrilit to himself and the people who tidied him and his administration of *K- ar.ffica cf county attorney of Na- v:, j c .'.in y is Remembered with fa- vvr l>y those who believe in the en- ibr«ia«it of th? law and the preser- -3":cm of order. Ic 1900, during the teco...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

$m§ == •e Herald. N, H \«r every Thu raday by W. P. HOUX, Editor and .Proprietor. ftnbbcr^irtlon, per year, 91.00 Entered at tho postnfflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter A WINNING POLITY- Trade has been good in Mexia this fall aud tho prospects are that ;*/ will continue that way through the holidays and to the end of the winter. This satis- factory condition of affairs is not duo ' to indulgence in str ot f urs and artificial c-tim- ulan s of that character, but it grows out of the telling and con- clusive fact that the merchants of this city carry attractive stocks and sell goo is at irresistable prices. Furthermore these mer- chants take an interest 111 the welfare of iholr customers and do not confine themselves to speculating upon ths spending capacity of the people who visit their stores. It has been noticeable all through the reason that tha ra- dius within which Mexia's commercial supremacy is maintained has not been contrac- ted ii spite of the promotion of ne...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

Hn WM Pi fgWZiiMy K5S BPi Ire. Is been bard of Island, Id, and itrol of Id Rock 15,000 makes power Ic ie in |is office of the Ids hjlye pser ul- zing the ith cen-/' •gely re. ig of th$ road and with tb oh. mm Juration For South Tin close of iho Louiskua Htata conferenc« on immigration atNow Or.eanfc tnis week marks the beginning of a movement fine via the Rock Island Ry. UHe. which, whep completed, win givK rloliday Bxcurelons Mexin an abundance of * spring Water for general This company has a Iho acquired the electric light p'ant and has in contemplation the erection of a $25,000 ice factory. The improve- which will not only have a local jnJ tB jn (he water an(, hght ger ■but a .widespread lutiuenee in th* neighboring sia'ea of Miss'ie- •sippi, Texas, Arkansas and Ala- bama, but tbe 6tates further on the Atlantic scuboaid. for in a ^ time npt far distant Now. Orleans wit'i the big goverumentimmigra- tion-station will become the clear- ing house for the bulk of ihe lumiigration whic...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

W-: r JOS. NUSSBAUM ' H : INCORPORATED XCo ©ur jfnenbs artfc Customers : For more than thirty vears we have enjoyed the confidence and patronage of our friends and the trading public generally. We take nortunity of acknowledging our appreciation of same. Your liberal patronage,^oupled^ with our straight forward fair dealing, have built up ior us a this opportunity ^,"in?-ss of^which we"are1"Justly proud. We carry at all times an up-to-date stock of jfl -"iWi Hp Ri * r II Bp§ *..■ > j| ■ <1 ■w Tl f Dry floods, Shoes, Mens g Boys Clothing, Ladies s fients Furnishings We ire sole agents in Mexia for the Celebrated Stein Bloch and lurschbaum Clothing and Overcoats. This is positively the best Clothing Shown in Mexia, Every Suit is Guaranteed Perfect, both in Style and Workmanship. Jackets and Skirts For ladies* and Misses. Never iWora in Ilif history of our store have we enjoyed such an mime,186 biis.no- iu t is line. It is with a sense of uncle that*wo call your attentior. to thi...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

a ii *i vm~ . .v SM ;-VrT is1 " 1 '/vr . tTjim ff§^^ T._,-.MT'lira, HBPgRf: J9 ■&\ <v rr~= <.\ig'*!/" "'•L3^£'7r^-.TT V, Wf^;T' r' - /■■■•■ v-/;v .>'" , • v,^..;<,' . ^stHk F|p* t? - * * ...$■;-< .■ ! ■ ■ I—. I ■ Y^-.r - ■ ravopBpji !■?>:,, J > Is ButfjffiSlB i|%%!^-|- hrekp 8K8S''*; BKBSSiR: V K*&i KiiPiiJi E* v -•! • --.. ^WSfr! mmmm b^9I Ei^>3psi HkbOT 1 %jii E8?«shIB :'i •V-.?;'i< Eaaga^a I*!'. -> &Jfc® j B-'/j^vT ¥r&:-. -iil «<4M frnwU mm V^Tj HON. H. E. ELLIS. I / The Herald is authorized to an- nounce that Mr. H. E. Ellis will De a candidate lor the legislature next year. Mr. Ellis is the editor and publisher of the Gioe^beck Journal and needs r,o introduc- tion to the voters of Limestone county an he has in the past rep- resented thein at Austin to their satisfaction. He was, at one time, also ni yor of Groesbeek. stepping from that oflice into the legislature. Some of the mist important laws on the statute book i .vere enacte...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 December 1905

A 1MB iiSl ImI "Rate Making.- Pour Chicago paokers pleadev guilty to a charge of entering inti a conspiracy to accept railway re bates and were fined $25,000 thi other day. District Attorney Morrison said of the cases: "The results today only go to show that the govern- ment has now lodged an opening wedge into the question of rebates We have found a way to proceed, and it seems the proper one. It seems to me that the government is in a fair way of breaking up the -entire rebate evil in this country." Mr Morrison may be over-en- thusiastic, but we doubt it. The actual punishment of men w'10 con-j spired to obtain rebates j^ill dc more to destroy the practice than' any legislation that Mr. Roosevelt is likely to wring from congress at its coming session. There is no better way of keeping "the high-1 ways of commerce open" than b 1 enforcing the laws which provi • that they shall be open. Neithet the president nor anybody else can say how much new legislation is needed until the legis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 December 1905

tmmm ^ee J. Sandford Smith for Fire. Life and Tornado Insurance Me\:ia, Texas. State Herald. vol 6. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY DECEMBER 2!, 1905 No 51. «ipfI . iirsr [rasi '(•)(•>(•) Si Si M B - NF.w Shipment Ladies Raincoats 15 00,12.50, 10.98, 10.00 Some real line bargains sure. As the NEW THINGS { come out you'll find them here i, TEXAS. Ladies Jack- [ ets at J5.00, j 12 50 and to < Can bo made 9■ 9 5 Fui'S 10.00 ou 'your pur- chases here.and 3.CJO. Good cr. UU Wh off pi* f<>r your mure v k'ainco'its and Circular _ ... i'.^vis 2 OO \ Sp to 25c tfig j m' line of 1 hose $ / ) THE CONTINUED RAINS Will doubtless keep many away and and for next woek we oiler some ..extra- ordinary values and it will surely pay yon to visit us. Extra heavy Bed Comforts, 1 50, ) 25, and 1 00 A fine line of Blankets 1—-4 size, extra heavy and large, a pair for only I 98 In white or grey 10 I Blankets per ',r I 25 10-4 B ankets par pair | 2 sj 10-1 wool Blankets, (! 50 values 4 98 5 00 values at 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 December 1905

* -/ I M QK I m H 1 a I I. HESSS1U If Run Down IS is a common expres- sion we hear on every side. Unless there is some organic trouble, the con* dition can doubtless be remedied. Your doctor is the best adviser. Do not dose yourself with all Kinds of advertised remedies— get his opinion. More than likely you need a concentrated fat food to enrich your blood and tone up the system. Scott's Emulsion u mca-'jaummklmi ii will h———bw of Cod Liver Oil yrnry-nntntr. a-———■————n—i——mb— is just such a food in its best form. It will build up the weakened and wasted body when all other foods fail to nourish. If you arc run down or emaciated, give it a trial: it cannot hurt you. It is essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate children and pale, anaemic girls. We will send you a sample free. Chrjatmas Holid y Rates to the Southeast. On account of the hOiirtayH, Tho Key That Unlocks the Door lo i.ong Living. |' The men of eighty-tivo and ninety years of age Hie not tbe rotund well ' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 December 1905

yro? arasesartiw >"«f smsp sotssw iljjff "*' Kjffs Tp mi'MMi ii' i|W!W P'!W ^'.1;> s ■ .; - Frt'S:.,^ <8 ppapHHpp ,! V" i f> FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR CURES Coughs and ©©Ids PREVENTS Pnemmonia and Consumption COTTON REPORTS. In a letter to Repre-entutivo Yates of North Carolina, Direc- tor North of tlio census inclines U> ibe belief that the iiai y c r semi weekly publication of cotton c op statistics, as they come in, would have a steadying effect upon the markets and tend ti> dr. away with the wide lluoiiiaiious so often attending the issue of the remi-monthly tcport. He s-tijs the returns were pub* ii.-ln d in this way it year ago, but the plan was abandoned upon the protest of the cotton exchanges, whose members insisted that the incomplete returns wore mislead- ing and confusing; but he is For Fire Queen. The Contest for Fire Queen has opened up in earnest and it will end Dec. 22nd. You buy votes from Mr. Alms Wilder and vote them at his place of busi- ness. We ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 December 1905

jr • • • - ' • :rk •'•'/' sjj',s^-,-,; •<? ••• SiBmSralnffl ;"'^ .; '■. * . j State Herald. >•« Httod every Thu raday by M. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. Subbcrii>tltm, per year,. $1.00 ./• / II /•' K I I M > *5 ! t : V Entered at tbe postoffice at Mexla, Tex., as second class mail matter A Merry Christmas. to ind good homes for over 600 watfs. His work is one that should be encouraged and Christ- mas is a good time to tshovv ap- preciation therefor by sending: him a oheck to aid him in its prosecution. M 89 Helen Gould gives $10,000 for the Young Men's christian Association building in Dallas conditioned upon Dallas raising $100,000. To nil appearances Miss Gould could offer with im- punity to give «1,000,000 for such a building in Houston conditioned upon Houston giving 30 cen:e.— Houston Post. Didn't you make a slip there, brother? That "30 cents" ex- pression refers only to the differ- ential. This is a tough old world—ac- cording to tbe magazines. Dallas is evideu...

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