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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 April 1902

:?,yjy, •' 'v, ' ; ; ' 14 (Cexas and San Antonio '*'!■?* etween ftorth Teras and Mexico Between Nortli Texas and Southwest Texas Between North Texas and St. LouisJ International & Groat'Nortkerp Railroa^jGompany. IS THE SHORT LINE TO MEXICO. . ■ Through Cars and pullman Sleepers Daily. Superior Passenger Service. ^Fast Trains, Modern Equi-ppment If you are going'.'n'nypt3jere ask I. Ji: (}. Agents for informa- tion, or write L TRICE, D ,J PRICE, ' 2nd Vies Pres. andJGen. Mgr.;^§^!|Gon,j[Pass.J& TktJAgc PALES riNE,JTEXAS. AfiFtSTQ WAMTVIl § we want at exchange for a 1 one in each town to rido aad exhibit a a ample 1002 model bicycle of Our manufacture. VOif CAM K-'-UKS $iO TO 8BO A tVSpWbes'ides having a, wheel to ridef or yourself. High Grade kiji fift; Quaranlos'J m r$M 1882 Model* 1900 and 1901 Models m §'/ U U 50® Somihd Ham3 WSss&Ss&t3a.©© taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores, all Mffsa? hw tip© ipakes and models, Eood as new ~ "We Elsies any bicyelo OX AP...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 April 1902

ANTI-CHILL REMEDY. y5Jfo£fr TASTELESS, ™= PLEASANT BITTER BOTH THE SAME MEDICINALLY. 1 % positive core for Chills, Fevers, La Grippa, Bad Colds, «to. It is not in any aouso dancer- tat to use. It Acts on tbe Liver and Bowels and absolutely removes from the system every trace of Malaria. The tasteless is now and in 1 advance of eyory other tasteless remedy. It is yacaliarly adapted to debilitated children. YOUR DRUGGIST ' Is antborizad to refund your money if EUCA LINE fails to do yon grood. EUCALINE, tasteless, 60u per bottle. EUCA LINK, pleasant, bitter—two sizes—COo • and $1.00. WHAT PEOPLE THINK. W. K. Bowt n. a prominent citizen and Dep- uty District Clerk of Dallas County, Tex., saysi "Half of a 5Uo bottle cured a cuhc* of Chills in my family of two months' standing. The other half of the ni'Mliciuo cured like case in the fam- ily of a neighbor." Murray & K'vans. druggists, Honey Grnve, Texas, after handling Pucaline only 3 months, wrote: "We wish to testify to the merits o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1902

wW>r ' - > ■ T ■ ' r,'2W -, "v - ••• "*■'"->■ -: ; •" ■ ■> .;■< .! * . •>>,, ■/ ■ ,v . .'.'iv I ' '.v.. " "-fl See J. Sandforu Smith for Fire* Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas HE$p ►£.^i:'- o^—, * ,_,„ hTATE ERALD. ■ ".i¥ i *#|j , §v.., VOL. 3. MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 2, igo2, NO. 18. 4' V. :k A WORD FROM MR. PEARSON TO THE VOTERS OF LIMESTONE COUNTY. Fellow Citizens : I deeply regret that sickness in my family, as well as my personal ill health, will deny me tho pleas- ure of meeting all the electors face to face before the 17th of May; but since such is the case, I adopt this method of giving you some account of myself and of ray views on some of the most important public questions of the day—questions with which I will have to deal ■ shduld you honor me by an election as your repre- sentative in the 28th Legislature of Texas. I am no politician, and have neither a cunningly contrived political platform, devised mere- ly "to get in on," nor a past po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1902

^ppppjlpp' > hiw hii'l pxppripnc^ M},' ti'lls how 1 o pi'MVi'Ilt us CMimiwattM finui it- Our throe child ren took cougli last summer, cur bnbv only three months old, :>rid irfco our giving t':en <-hnmbfr- i Cough Remedy. they lost 1'one ■Av plumpness and cmi'e cut iu better health tlu'.n otht-v children parents did not us" this remedy, voidest little girl would call lustily cough syrup between whoops — ie Pikkky Halt.. SpriugvJlle, Ala remedy is for sale ly the Mexia. '3hr*B Co. m :Mrs, Bettie L. McKenzie and JB®, Sidney, of Arkane-as, are in t®M' city visiting; their son and a® lher, Rev. ,1. F. Milvenzie. fecittic Rheumatism Cured After t-ourtien Years ot Suffering. "•2 have been bfilleted with sciatic xatosmfftiEm for fourteen years," says i&siA Edgar, of Gerinantown, Cal. "I '•*sw*i>Je to be aiound but constantly :-jii',5Y-rt-d. I tried f:vervthing 1 could 'ife-sr of aud at last was told to try '3iavj Vberlain's I'<un Biilm. which I did .-atiM- v:a« inimetliat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1902

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1902

Published; every, Friday by The Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. [ vote on < —— n day.,. Subscription, per 'year,.. $1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter New Orleans gets the next re- union. The big reunion is now at an end, but Texas is in the minds of thousands. What has become of Mr. Ed Kaufman.—Kosse Cyclone. Why, he pulled down and thereby won a gold medal. The Texas Press association meets at Gainsville next month. We now nominate «T. M. Lewis of the Houston Post for poet laure- ate. The president lias notified General Funston to hush, and the impression seems to be that Teddy wants to do all the talk- ing himself. Crop prospects were never bet- ter than at present, and if sea- sons are right this year we will witness one of the largest yields in many years. So mote it be. The Thornton News is now three years old, under its present management it has developed into a fixture in its town, and a paper that is a credi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1902

• «• f?' mp r<!- j r , ■ Rates—In Advance. District 110.00 County $5.00 Precinct $3.00 ■V; We are authorized to make the following announcement subject to the action of the democratic mlmaries: For Congress— R. E. PRINCE, (of Navarro) Subject to the Kansas City Platform ' and the Democratic primaries. SCOTT FIELD (of Robertson) For State Senator A J HARPER For Representative— W. J. BRYANT .J G WALLING C E PEARSON W D BROWN For County Judge— WALTER A. KEELING jAS. KIMBELL For District Clerk— W. L. CARLEY (reelection) ■ T: L. COPLIN W. W. JOHNSON For Coiintv 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 elecetiop) For County Attorney— V. B. HAYES For Sheriff— C. W. MOODY HENRY UNFRIED JOE GRESHAM J. S. MURRAY HALL RICHARDSON T. J. OWENS For Commissioner Precinct No 4— C T HARRIS J H FORREST For Justice of fEe Peace, Precinct 4. J. W. KINCHELOE H M ROBER...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1902

<-• M sN^2/# am easy way and a sure way to treat a case of Sore Throat in order to kill disease germs and insure liealtliy throat action is-to take half a glassfull of water put into it a teaspoonful of Mexican Mustang Mniment and with this Rargle tlio throat at frequent intervals. jen bathe the outside of the throat thoroughly with the rnent and after doing this pour some on a. soft cloth .-.ud wrap/ Houston Control R. K has' decided to put on extremely low rate** from all points along its line. The rate i'rem Austin, Dallas, Ft. Worth and Denison will be $25.00, Tickets w'll bo one way, second class and will be accepted on payment of the through Pullman tourist sleeping oar 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 life time to make the trip to California. The through excursion sleeping cars are the very best of their kind, are personally ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1902

UL-t^WHiktrnrnlQIJlLlT ''".' ' WMm sa acific Money. uthorn Paoifio-Sunaet . has in oonteniplation the ^ture of a very large sum ■ fluring; 1902 in improve- lrae fiom New o. The character thei&'improvements have al- ready been determined and will involve an outlay of nearly ' $3,060,000, nearly all of which will be spent in repair work on the right of way, relaying oi stone ballast, steel rails, bridge buil&ing. improvements of branch lines, side tracks, fencing, new gildings, passenger and freight equipment and the construction of branch lines. The Manager, W. G. Van fcVIeck, has practically arranged the details of these contemplated improvements, and work will be started along the lino indicated in the very 1 ear future. This work does not take info consideration the usual expendi- ture incident upon repair work, new cross ties and track work which must be carried on under any circumstances, in order that tin/ road he maintained at a proper degree of efficiency, con- sequen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1902

v -m mm SA&EIU WANT COLUMN Adverlistioents under thin head in- serted, 15 words or less, one time for lUo ! or four consecutive times for 25c, Lost, Strayed or Stolen--One large black cpw, do not know whether slie is branded or not; one-eyed; left Mexia about two weekd af o. Rf ward for her recovery to Onll It.>.ss or Jackson Mer- canti!«-> Co: ( For Hi'n'i1. — I'uinis'lied cottage for three months during owners temporary absence front tue city. Use of furni- ture, garden, etc , free. Apply at this office. K / K For Impoverished Blood, Impairad Vitality, : &*io<licaI Chills or Fevers, that return soon broken and ^eem unyielding to medicine. .Tlitestroys the malarial organisms in the blood m&eystcm that cause Chills and Fevers to be- ocrae chronic. It is an Anti-Malarial Iron HJtooic Blood Burifler, that restores health and •rtgvrr. It is an excellent remedy for Female "Ooobles. Ask for it. Don't have any other, 'fcric©51.00 per bottle; three bottles, $2.50. prkp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1902

pMfm • " s ' . 7 ' ' rf ,. , i>. ' : . tog?. See J. Sandforu Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas ••'<7* The State Herald. vol. 3. mexia, texas, friday, may 9. '002, NO. 19. WHO HAS JUGGLED FIGURES (S 'U X r \\ How Some Second Certificates Were Obtained! Read the Certificate of County Clerk J A Wright and .J H Bosley, Justice of the Peace Precinct No 6. You will see by them what desperate methods are being adopted to attempt to show a de- ficit, where there is no deficit. CERTIFICATE OF J. A. WRIGHT. State of Texas, ) County of Limestone. J T. J. A. Wright, Clerk of the County Court in and for Lime stone County, Texas, do hereby certify that $3,015.30 is the cor c«cfc amount that Mr. W. A. Keeling should have accounted for during the year oeginning Dec. 1, 1900, and ending Nov. 30, 1901, l'rom County Court according to my books. Oa last Saturday, May 3, 1902, Mr. A. M. Blackmon asked me to sign a certificate that in the following named cases Mr. W. A. Keeli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1902

m -Im - W&'' ^ 4 am easy way and a sure way to treat a case of Sore Throat in order to kill disease germs and insure liealtliy throat action is-to- take half a glassfull of water put into it a teaspoonful of Mexican ] trinimcn- and with this garglo the thraii r.t freqr'Mit intervals. Then bathe tho outsi'io ot the thrcoti *a it n the lini- ment and after cluing this pour sonio wo around the neck. It is a IJOSITI'v E CLilU. COC. UIK~I vl.1/0 a. bottl". 'xi ist a it I'J cloth and wrap/ IT MAY BE Y00 lorn Mustang Juilniaeiii and you t -Ct ic-ni upon a. speedy cuxo. . ST. PAJJL, MINN. Tho National Baptist Anniver- saries to bo held ut.yt. Paul May 20th, to 28th, Final limit can be extended to June 3 Hh. The Annual Meeting of The National Educational Association will be at Minnapolis July 7th to 11th. Final limit oan be extend- ed to Sept. 1st. In the interest of thoao who will attend these conventionej The Chicago Milwaukee & St Paul Railway will be prepared to fur nish perfect ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1902

PSBTOr "■-,S'- '•■\ :f' f fSSBH ■ ■■ ■ ,, WM mrzm clng and tlons of Trust. Th a authorities of tho Wiscon- in Central railway have issued an order i\quiring; the instant ( dismissal oi! any employe who flight drink even beer, whether or on duty. There was a d deal of opposition to the «t first, Vite as if it infringed rights, etc., but, it 0 well that we are 1 her large railway e thinking of courso. This The Proa.,j, of an Empt . The ngricu wttion. Texas for l9£™i:>lic have a nificent abtfogetjle protection tho possilj 'swai)ary journey ds the hibo pleased to ■ bie jtfids ti _ , the r y medio1! moj iwet, di; ' 're in charge of he chance of /urer-tnls. A man ! / amount of un- may r the big may fi jjnay selful "1,1 AN r book tjji Agg<) be drunk iu 'about iii pjrreparable mis- V. B. ^r!ass' by S'virig Sheriff! HENf ' ?r brain ,TOEi«cse railway auihor- Iconsin do well to say T^Seek employment from For C«irou can't drink and J,(is. We don't ask you Forbver drinking. That's ' okout,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1902

Wfff Be we have ever bad In the house. Last week my wile was frantio with he daohe_Tor two days, she tried some of yourCASCARBTS, and they relieved the pain fn her bead almost Immediately. We both recommend Oasoarets. ting Co., N. P. HOUX, OHAB. STBDirOBD, Pittsburg Sale & Deposit Co., Pittsburg, Pa. President and Manager CANDY CATHARTIC iptlon, per year, Entered at tbe postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mall matter TRAOC MARK MOWItMD ■ mm a.-.y'' After so Long a time the secre- tary of the navy is now Moody— but the people are not. A tornado in India killed four hundred people and ruined crops throughout the adjoining districts. During a panic in a Philadel- phia cigar factory seven girls were ki'lletj seyora| more were fatally injured., Since withdrawing from the race for governor, Judge Grubbs seems to be putting in most of his time fighting Colquitt, while the Kaufman man continues in thy lead* A correspondent of The Cy- clone wants to know how the dif- ferent candid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1902

' See VOL. 3- it, ass with your ,y-(our hours; a . diment or set- >ng indicates an unhealthy condi- ■ in of the kid- sya; if it stains our linen it is vidence of kid- tiey trouble; tor requent desire to >ass it or pain in 'he back is also ddneys and blad- Do. the knowledge so mmammmmBmm—mmJ. Kilmer's Swamp :medy fulfills ever The Product ttism, pain in tl Ider and every p 4 Bfif first National Bank OF MEXIA, mine'At Mexia, in the State of Texas, at the close of business, April 30, 1902. nip resources. sl) ' n Loans and discounts $140,272 67 ui Overdrafts, secured and unse- f, cured 31,204 10 U.S. bonds to secure circula- tion 12,500 00 Stocks, securities, etc ia,500 00 Banking house furniture and fixtures 2,166 45 Other real estate owned 20,783 12 Due from national banks (not reserve agents) 5,757 55 Due from state banlcs&bankers 1,469 39 M V ■jjiAN C. ODOM- (re-election) Assessor— / -\ of an Empir It corrects inab ,.ing pain in pa The ftgricuwing use of ' TO™ for nificent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1902

1)«(1 experience Sinev.fii tells how to prevent llifceroua coirspqn«ne<?fl from it b#ys; Our thros children took oping cough last cummer, cur baby r being ouly three months old, und ; owing to our giving tUem Chamber- lain's Cough Remedy. they lost none ot thtir plumpueas and came out in much better health than other children whose parents did not uso this remedy. Our oldest little girl would call lustily for cough syrup between whoops. .ie39ie Pinkey hall. Springvillo. Ala This remedy is for sale ty the Mesia D rug Co. m A- M. Kennedy wmt south Sunday night on a business trip. Scistic Rheumatism Cured After Hourtjen Years of Suffering. "I have been afflicted with sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years," says Josh Edgar, of Gertuantown, Oil. *1 was able to be around but constantly suffered. I tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time curod, and I am happy to say it has not siuc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1902

? mm 5r. r ...:.. .■ ; - PP "i i;> ;'; 8®; See pi • \ ey Trouble V It. W; it. ass with your ,y-four hours; a . dlment or set- ing Indicates an —,nhea!thy condi- in of the kid- sys; if it stains our linen it is vidence of kid- .'iey trouble; tor requent desire to lass it or pain in 'he back is alio . ddneys and blad- 4 VOL.3.®0-. " the knowledge so Kilmer's Swamp- "smedy fulfills every The Product itism, pain in the . lder and every part of an Empir it corrects Inability , ,.ing pain in passing The agl'ICUwing use of liquor, TWna frtn 1 cip omes that unpleasant ftS IOr , ompelled to go often Tlificent ablio get up many times (Vii> rv<>cc;K;^"'le mild and the extra- POSS19; Swamp-Root is soon t he big ttfids the highest for its won- mnv hS ''ie m0Et distressing cases. _ J medicine you should have the figi'i^jy druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes. jTiay have a sample bottle of this "ful discovery ff.', book that .bout it, both sentBaS^tSiSW .1,, ately free by mail. ,.,,/icireps ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1902

CENTURY TI-CHJLL REMEDY. K5ofO!?TH« TASTELESS, "a PLEASANT BITTER GOTtl THE SAME MEDICINALLY. WANT COLUMN Advert) semen tB under this head in- serted, 15 words or less, one time for 10c or four consecutive times for 25c. Wanted—By youna; man, board and dgiug i Apply or lodging in private family; close in. address this office. Rooms For Rent. —Some nice rooms over Kincheloe's store, suitable for bed room, for rent.— Will Oorley. positive cure for Chills, F.-vers, La Grtppu, ,ltk9 Golds, eto. It 1b uot la auy sansu dauger- «UtOtUM. M Acts on the Liver and Kowels «ra absolutely removes from the fystem every Mmtt> of Malaria. The tasteless is new and in Yftcaace of eyury other tasteless remedy. It is IWimUnrTy adapted to debilitated children. YOUR DRUGGIST ^►Krthorhr.od to refund your money if EUCA UNS fails to do you good. JTBCALINE, tasteless, 60c per bottle. XOXJALINK, pleasant, bitter—two sizet—GOo WHAT PEOPLE THINK. W. H. Bowtu. a prominent citizen and Dep- •afty Itfatrict Clerk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 May 1902

' S$e J. Sandforu Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas F VOL. 3. '' ' State Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1902, NO. 20. The Production of an Empire. The agricultural products of Texas for 1900 represents a mag- nificent abundance, even when ■the possibilities and resourcos of the big state are considered; this may be realized in the following figures, which speak for them- selves: Cotton for 1.899-1900—Acreage, 6,642,309; product, 2,438,555 bales; value, $92,187,133. For 1900 -1901 —A creage, 7,050,848; product, 3.500,000 bales; value, $157,500,000. Cottonseed—Tons, 1,500,0Q£); value in oil and by-products, *20,450,000. Hay, 1900-304,933 acres 548- 879 tons value, 83,751,377. Potatoes, 1900—14,789 acres, 916,918 bushels, value 8806,H88. Oats, 1900—744.164 acres, 28,- 278,232 bushels, value $8,438,170. ' Wheat, ,1900—1,271,517 acres, 23,395,913 bushe,ls, value $14,- 973,384. Ccrn, 1900—4,553,195 acres, 81,962.210 bushels, value S38,- 522,568. Barley, 1900—...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 May 1902

I II u I 1 i > '■ whooping Cough. A woman who ban had experience •with this (Hfffiw, Vow to prevent rliv deiiaM'rs reus! qn*-tU'OH front it" r>he sau: Ci.r lliefc children took whooping cough Inst cummer, tnr baby t oy being only three m ntbs old, mid owing to our wiving them Chamber- lain's Coupli R< n tdy. tl ey lost none ftf thrir plumpness and cau-o out in isnch better health than other child re e whose parents iliil not us" this remedy. Onr oldest HttU girl would call lustily ior cough syrup between whoops — Jjbssie Pinkey Hall Springville. Ala This remedy is for sale Ly the .Mexia Drug Co. m Ciarenco Cox Groesbcek. Sundayud in Sciatic Rheumalia.il Cured After Fourteen Years of Suffering. -'I have been afflicted with sciatic rheumatism ior fourteen years," says Josh Edgar, of Geruiantown, Cal. 'I was aide to be around but constantly offered. 1 tried everything I could hear of and ;it hist was told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I did snd was iuimediitoly relieve...

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