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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

'®1 s^:« :\ W * i * «"l * 11 >« " —i——— * ; local aitt personal. „ *«+<M ♦*♦«•« -- Mr. Anderson, of Waco, is in the city and has charge of A. T. Schulz's drug store during his absence. J. 0. Wyckoff returned at noon fronl a visit in Colorado. New Ruby and Pearl rings and Studs at Pittman's. It is only a few weeks now until school closes for this sesion. Messrs. Clark & Stevens have sold out their retail business to V. B. Gardner and Horace Ste- vens who will continue the busi- ness. Mr. Gardner will close out his feed store. Both Messrs. Gardner and Stevens are good business men and the new firm will no doubt do their share of the business. A new lot of diamond rings high up in price at Pittman's. There was a street preacher on Commerce street Tuesday .eve- ning who made a lengthy and interesting talk. Mrs. S. C. Anthony of Fort! £uest °f J°s- Nussbaum. Smith. Ark., is the guest of Mr. \ Dr. Werblun, optician, requests and Mrs. J. W. Clark. j everybody whom he furnished gl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

mm J m OR BOTH One disease of thinness in children is scrofula ; in adults, consumption. Both have poor blood; both need more fat. These diseases thrive on lean- ness. Fat is the best means of overcoming them; cod liver oil makes the best and healthiest fat and SCOTT'S EMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cod liver oil. Here's a natural order of things that shows why Scott's Emulsion is of so much value in all cases of scrofula and consumption. More fat, more weight, more nourish- ment, that's why. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists 409-4J5 Pearl Street, New York 60c. and $1.00 :t :: s: AUdruggtst* W. C. Autrey, late with the City Drug company has gone to Sherman, where he has accepted a position with a large drug store. Mrs. Autrey will join him in a few days. We regret to lose these pleasant people as citizens of our town, but wish them well in their new honfe. They have many friends in Mexia who will join us in this wish. OABTOPtlA. Bear* the /)1,18 K...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

. <.r. ... ■ V ■ >— -V r Thousands Bare Kidney Trouble and Don't Know it. Bow To Find Out. Pill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a sediment or set- tling Indicates an I unhealthy condi- tion of the kid- ney your ni.v.. .. evidence of kid- ney trouble; tor frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is al^o convincing proof that the kidneys a.id blad- der are out of order. What to Do. There is comfort in the knowledgu so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It co-rects Inability .o hold water and scalding pain in passing it. or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, 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 extra- ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

mid , S / INCREASE IN BUSINESS. k wy^Slsfi pmwe All Lines io Mexia Show Substantial Increase over Lnst Year. Aa an evidence of increased business in all lines commerce we give below a few facts and figures for which we are indebted to H. & T. C. Agent Cosnahan, to Mr. Russell of the T. & B. V., to Mr. Tom D.Xewis of^the Wells Fargo Express office, and to Mr. Claude Mathis, chief clerk in the post office: h. & t. c. Agent Cosnahan informs us that the ticket sales for the Cen- tral for the month of April, 1906, were larger by $1100 than for the same month last year. The freight business has easily doubled over the preceeding 12 months business. As a proof of the large increase in traffic it is absolutely necessary to keep a switch engine here per- manently, and it is always busy. t. & b. v. Mr. Russell, chief clerk in the T. & B. V. office, informs us that the ticket sales for last month show an increase of 50 per cent over the same month last year. The American Ex...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

' ; ■ ,. V.' <*fwtifi&LJL .s'mu j -uifeiri ?U> \ . /' ft : \ I tw. ■> ■ ^ . •. • '< ■ Twelve Pages—Part 2 Sei' J. Sandford Smith for Fir>\ Life and Tornado lnsiirai.ee Mexia, lexis TH a State Herald. vol. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY may 10, 1906 © ©: o 0} «(2sSt SPECIAL PRIZE FOR MAY $10.00 CASH FIRST PRIZE 5000 COUPONS SECOND To encourage the canvass for getting subscribers to the HERALD we will give $10.00 in cash to the con- testant bringing in the greatest number of subscriptions during May, and 5000 coupons for the second largest list. Each dollar paid on Subscription, whether for back, renewal or new counts in this special contest. For instance, a 5-year subscription counts as 5000 and so on. ::::::::::::::: This Special May Contest Closes Thursday, May 31st. See your neighbors and get them to subscribe, or if they are already on the list get them to pay up back dues or a year or two in advance. You can easily win $10.00 in Cash in this SPECIAL MAY CONTEST. . • ....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

, v"-v" , ' ; " % l v, ; | "V't .7? .■• •s-',4m ' ■■ •'' "" ' • r' ■ w-17 _JP. .ML..-,., SHSHBraBSHSHRflMIMi ... ... ,i. _ ■' ":■ ; ;•' !W "; V W shaken up. The City Hall, a beautiful structure costing over $6.000,000, . a mass of crumbled stone brick but the steel frame is still standing. We reached Market street by 8 o'clock where we found sever- al blocks on fire, and where our work began. This was thie hard- est days work I have ever done keeping the people back. As the fire would burn one block we would push the people back to the next. Some of them would refuse to be moved and would make fight and I suppose you know the result. We had orders to make them move and when anyone refused to go and make fight, someone would give him a little tap on the head with his gun and then he would move without another word, some of them had to be carried away but not very many. We continued this all day. At 6 o'clock the 38th Co. got orders to go to First Avenue where we were devided into thr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

< . • . ' ' -Uv. ' I' >• ' I Baseball Season Opjns. Walter S. Wood had a proposi- Cinderella. On next Thursday, Friday,! tion before the council concern- The play Cinderella was pre- and Saturday Mexia and Hubbard! ing a hard wood maple floor for sented at the opera house Friday City will play three match games skating, which the council ac- ^ night in a mQ3t creditable man- of baseball on the local diamond i cepted, and as soon as the con-, ner by the music pupils of Miss just across from the T. & B. V. tract is drawn up Mr. Wood will! Rogers. depot. j commence the work. He will j The curtain rose promptly on The games will be hotly contes- run a skating rink until October j time on a beautiful scene and the ted as Hubbard has a splendid i by the terms of. the contract, giv- large audience was well enter- team and they have had consid-1 ing way, however, for public tained throughout the evening. speakings, entertainments, etc., j The transformation scene in at the option ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

SK!sfi' i'k-'/v" ■*/' - A B^rutiun System for Drunkards. Distillers of potable spirits, with an eye toward the preservation of the standards of their brands, have devoted their attention to the pro- duction of a bottle that may not be refilled when once emptied. Under such stimulus inventive genius has been at work on the problem, as yet with no positive success. The same idea as applied to the human containers of drinks is in process of development in Honolulu, it being prohibited by law to fill known "tanks." The territorial legisla- ture, in its iast session, enacted that all persons convicted for the second time of drunkenness shall be en- tered on the booze ban. This list of those who must stay sober is Sled in every saloon, and if a thirst assuager dispenses even the mildest of his wares to a man upon the list he renders himself liable to forfeit- ure of his license, together with other pains and penalties which may include hard labor and short commons "on the Reef," to use th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

m 'i' 'r • •'"1 -,r ' . v' : Fv- « W&¥'C;if vf& nn • W. y. — THE STATE HERALD PUM.I8HED EVIERY THUMDAV, x, N. P. HOUX. CtiTON * Propniktpr v. / SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year . ?!••• an ordinary iron stove, ttiua wast- ing an immense amount of fuel, greatly increasing the danger from fire, and at the same time failing to furnish the comforts of a steam-heated room. ^Entered at the poatoffloe at Mexia, Texas, m Moond-clati mail matter. / / / Printers Insurance. To the Newspaper Fraternity of Texas. Cuero, Texas, May 12.—The Texas Press association will meet at Corpus Christi June 6, 7 and 8, 1906. The Printers Mu- tual Fire Insurance association of Texas will also meet at said place and time. We invite all news- paper publishers, who are mem- bers, to attend said meeting; also all others, who are not members \o far, to join us and become Members. Should any one not ji acquainted with the constitu- on and laws of the association, e is requested to write to the ecretary at once f...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

; •*- * ■ \ h \ ( s i / y f \ \ REWARD!! CHILLS AND FEVER CUIU ST Hall's (till (ore me Qwt spnmflc for lalarti, Clllla -and FsTur.'Ajre. Dumb nbills. Blliou sr.' %i i, \ ;r* t. .alarjeisplMa, Holds, '.a rnne, a ad«cs , Eibility, Tired Fisa a, Biiiousjass, Paleness, SallOWD^SS, L0S3 of km- illd, «!■:. HARMLESS, EFFECTIYE, TRADE MARK and pleasant. Contain no Polsoi. PRICE 30 CENTS Mata enljr by —— Ttz Mall Remedy Co, DALLAS. TEXAS Iowa. La. July <t, 1W4. The Hall K«m*<t y Co.. DalU*. T x* . I D *r Sim:—I hare trlfd a irr"*f men- Chill renifdien but here foun-1 nonr equal to Hall'a Chill Cnr (or M i Tla A •••« r • i>n [ ha>' \ «>*vi*ri* nf Chill* anil Frrer and tool, mnnr klwte ol Chill h.n t'—v ! t.l no iroi l and I just had to wear thrm out. Th«y comni'iiixl >n m- last ye*'h ■ «i,ni it. bii'.'n a w. r*e lorm A fr'o-nd r.cono- mondnl !air Chill Cnr« and! I U ii It i ■'*« ur •'ChlllH and FV «r mil Mopped . hum m ira.y. Whonerrr I h aro'auv >•) h i iik ClnlU or Mala...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

\ ■ <«1 -■ / ' V/ I h t local anD personal. i Lewis-Williamson Nuptials. ! Mr. Tom Doyle Lewis and Miss Jessie V. Williamson of Forest ——~ ! Glade were married Sunday af- Mrs. S. S. Gibbs and Miss ternoon at 3 o'clock at the resi- Mary Blake left Tuesday after- dence of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. noon for Dallas to visit relatives. Sawyer in north Mexia. Only Beads and chains for crosses, bead bracelets, oriental styles, in varieties at Pittman's. I am in receipt of a letter from H. C. Carter of Groesbeck stating they would be. up Friday after- noon with fifteen men to contest for the team championship of the county, and in order to win the trophy, I will throw blue rocks tomorrow afternoon in order to practice for the match Friday at cost of lc each. All who can point a gun come out and lets take a little of the conceit out of Groesbeck. R. J. Jackson. New Ruby and Pearl rings and • Studs at Pittman's. Will Griffith has accepted a po- sition with the T. & B. V. rail- road. B. F. Per...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

I' . I \ r ■' " - * ; • I. • jgm mim ) Railroads And The People. j to understand it, but it seems Editor Chronicle. that he can not. When he goes The writer supported the rail-1 to the election he invariably casts road commission and has favored his vote for the man who is loud- every measure which appeared est in his denunciation of the to be necessary to subject the railroads and most persistent in railroads of Texas to legislative | his demands for all sorts of taxes ajid judicial control. But when' upon their assets both tangible the laws deemed necessary and and intangible. Following this sufficient for that purpose had unusual argument to its proper been firmly incorporated into the and legitimate conclusion, I am statutes, I thought the great hue constrained to believe that the and cry against those indispen- great masses of our people and able agencies of commerce ought especially the poor would be very to cease, and that they should materially benefited and relieved enjoy a...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

> SUPPLEMENT TO STATE HERALD, MEXlAi, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 10, (906. PEECH OF THOMAS M. CAMPBELL, Opening His Campaign For Governor of Texas, at Athens April 21st, 1906. J ) j- Fellow-Citizens: I am here today, upon the Invitation of the people of Athens and Hender- son County, to formally open my campaign for the Democratic uomlna tlon for the office of Governor. With grateful appreciation I ac- cepted that Invitation and 1 must now bu permitted to acknowledge the liouor you do me by your presence at this time. Since announcing my In tenilou to become a caudidate for Governor 1 have been honored with many Invitations to address the peo- ple on public questions. I have uc ceptad as many of these luvitatlons as was practicable, and 1 have takeu occasion heretofore to discuss some of the questions which will necessar- ily enter luto the contest now opening before us. With the people I have been free to express my views. 1 have always spoken candidly, frankly and without any sort of...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 May 1906

w :.\v- and valueless, or that the church It- ■ell Is an Institution to bo reprobated. Again, one of the essential features of a trust Is that It seizes and gathers Into the hands of a few persona the power by which Its unlawful plans are accomplished, while the unions are composed of hundreds of thousands of men widely scattered, and while the trust la a solid combination of capital and capitalists for unnatural monopoly and unlawful purposes, the unions are combinations of persons for lawful and laudable purposes. They strengthen morally, socially and financially the position of every man who tolls, and their principles pro- mote the prosperity of the masses and militate against no legitimate en terprlse. Organized wealth created the neces- sity for organized labor and the or- ganization or agricultural unions and associations, lu all their just mens ares of self protection and self-preser- vation, appropriate governmental co- operation Is due them and should never be withheld. Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 May 1906

y * ) See J. Sand ford Smith tor Fire. Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas State Hepald. VOL. 7 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 17, iqo6 ice Ite fitl 110)1 slight, Chamber- teracts any in pnsumon- -l popularity NO. |.y.--Pr"rT1Ijt.<:ur«s lent. It ai- -nt to take. If you think all ready- made clothes ar e alike you Jf) haven't .seen our : : : i Schioss Clothes yfjjk The way they look is one difference and % A BfG ONE Extra good Styling and Tailoring is responsible for 9^ that and the Materials as \|| good as the tailoring Cut out your predjudice | Ready-Made Just long enough to try Schlcss Suit You'll find it far better than the average custom tailors work We have all the latest styles, new lot received this week - «#«* Panama Hats Tha Genuine Cool Comfort- able Hat at % 10,00 to 5.00 Fine Undorwear a specialty Lot of new good snoes The Mens OUTFITTERS Clothing We want your Clothing trade -Mid can easily make it profitable to you. Mens fine /Suits 18.00 and down. Boys Suits receive...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 May 1906

r.v. ; ' .('/ Cold im laiuter m EPLS10J [hen colds abound and >u'll have no cold. Take it Ihen the cold is contracted id it checks inflamma- [on, heals the membranes the^ throat and lungs |id drives the cold out. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists 408-415 Pearl Street, New York 50c. and $1.00 .... All druggists Mrs. W. Timon Smith, accom- panied by her little daughter Bes- sie,and the former's mother,Mrs. Farrington, have returned from an extended visit to Llano, whither Mrs. Smith went for her health. Mr. and Mrs. Smith's many friends will be pleased to know that Mrs. Smith's health was greatly improved by her ^tay at Llano, and will be glad to welcome her home again. — (Hearne Democrat. Mr. Smith's many friends Jhere will be pleased to learn of his rife's improvement in health. See that your druggist gives you no jmitation when you ask for Kennedy's ixative Honey and Tar, the original ixati^ Cough Syrup. Sold by City )r\jg Co. Wm. Buckholt died Thursday light at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 May 1906

f «< - «<. *#f INts ^«W V' •• •"'"v "M\-' :;ff| £ ' ":! 'IS MB r ■i\ THE JOY OF UVINO out ma miT biauoo whm tod ENJOY OOOD HEALTH If g% g* | *j| I Km Vm R# I ll The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You Well A OUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR. PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic, Calomel 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 narcotio poisons, is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no injurious effects. CURED BT HERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, ssys: " I ws« sick 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." TAK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 May 1906

■ t, , J. ■!>.: f ■ \ h ■ r,'V: ■ , * , .K V?SK#' w •■SSfw-^ -'V. . '«* .«• • fa -v".' k -y/ - ^2s Kfi JS~ = DEATH OFJ.L SMITH. sr Settler, Soldier, Merchant and Pasted Away at His Late Residence in this City, after An Active Business Career. James L. Smith died Sunday srnoon at his residence in this [city after an illness of a few days. Mr. Smith had been in failing health for a number of years, having never fully recovered from an attack of la grippe suf- fered some years ago. He was a man of extensive acquaintance, and enjoyed the confidence of all those with whom he had busi- ness dealings. J. L. Smith was born in North Carolina, Oct. 15,1840, He en- listed in the army in 1861 and ' fought all through the war, be- ing a member of Company C. 14th, North Carolina Ramseurs Brigage in of General Robert E. Lee. He [surrendered at the Appomatox !Iourt House at the close of the [war on April 9, 1865 and came [directly to Texas. He had made one trip to Texas 'before the war, landing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 May 1906

w ' ii>, W&i* •t? W ItX' '•Wm iw W. . :V^ See. J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE, and TORNADO Insurance, Mexia, Teaxs. VOL. 7. State Hepald. MEXIA, TEX/^S, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1906. NO. 20. Ever> Price on this page in force till JUNE 16th. SEE OUR CLOTHING PRICES Not a mere hand full of goods, but thousands of yards BEST GOODS at prices unmatchable. A. J. Wagner & Co. Mexia Texas I, A big sale «nd the reason why. It is without a parallel; inducements greater than ever. Read the story; we back every statement; no deception here; everything just as represented every time. On May 1st, 1906, the H. B. Claflin & Co. of New York City, the largest wholesale Dry Goods store in the world, put on sale 6400 (sixty-four hundred) cases of wi'i'l ffibrics at much less than cost of manufacture. Mr. Wagner of bur firm and a resident of New York, secured several cases for his Texas store. Our share of these ^oods has just reached us and we offer to our trade the new- est, best and all ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 May 1906

' " ' : • ' , * W ai CONTINUE Those who ami gaining flesh and strength W regular treat- ment with Scott's Emulsion foi uld continue the treatment n hot weather: smaller dose ahd 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 aimple. 7 SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, * 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. £ 50c. and £1.00; all druggists. 1 Walter Earle of Wortham who killed polieceman Maddox at Corsicana some 3 or 4 years ago has been granted another new trial. He has been convicted several times and given long terms in the pen. C S3 'V O XI. X A. m Bears the ,1l i;e Havfl Alv>aVS B°"£hI ' "r v Herbert Wright has accepted a position with the Wells Fargo F ress Go, here. Jim Curry who has been Holding down the job goes to New Orleans to work in the office there. o m '-Y? o m x . Bears the /) l!'= ^ ''nil '• AiwaW BOUghl Signature / /F S/2-i // cf 7€U-:rf,/,y Whit Beaver has moved his family to Kirve...

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