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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 June 1906

mm « r . THE JOY OF LIVING OAX M VDUX REALIZED WHBK TOO ENJOY 000D HEALTH If 19iCt M Ml Kb m\ 1 Ew The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You Well A OUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR. PID L3VER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic, CJaiomel 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 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 BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, says: " I wal # sick in bed for eight months with liver trouble, tha doctor seemed to do me no good. I was told to try Her bine, and it cured me in a short tine. 1 cannot recommend this wonderful medicine too highly." TAKE IT NOW1 LARGE BOTTLE, 50c GET THE GENUINE Ballard Snow Linimen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 June 1906

Wk :- ^ / "5Cgg' ., >' , MASS MEETING AELD. Good Crowd of Business M;n Meet A City Hall in Responce to May. or Rennolds Call. In responce to a call for a mass meeting to be held Monday May 28 at 5 oclock in the city hall by Mayor Rennolds, a large crowd of our business men turned, out. The object of the meeting was to decide whether we celebrate the arrival of the Springfield water present at this meeting will raise with a picnic, a barbecue or by, the remainder and carry the eel- arm to thef spring where they found an everlasting flow of this health-giving water. B. S. Smith moved that $1,000 be raised for this celebaation on July 4th. The motion was car- ried and the donations were here called for by those present. One half the amount or $-517.50 was raised at the meeting, and we feel confident that those of our merchants and business men not what'other means. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Renolds. The 0f a chairman and sec- ig the first work to be fayor Rennolds was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 June 1906

4W See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE, and TORNADO Insurance, Mexia, Teaxs. State Herald. vol. 7. mexia, texas, thursday, junf, 14 1906. NO. 2if k 1H- Mexia Will be'the City to VISIT WEDNESDAY, June 27th, 1906. We Expect 10,000 People. COME. •v A. J. WAGNER & COMPANY J Mexia, Texas. CLOTHING As a man said the other day: "I trade here because you can fit me and less price for good goods." That's it exactly. Blue Serge Suits, Coat and Pants 18.00, 17.50, 15.00, 12.50. Single or Double-breasted Gray Suits, 2-piece, at 18.00 to 8.00, and every one extra good value. Blue Serge Coats only, in the new Single or Double Breast at 2.50 to 5.00 On either side of this page we make mention of our CELEBRATION on June ?7 (Wed- nesday) and we especially want every reader to be here. FREE All You Can Eat and The Besl WATER in Texas. You are WELCOME. Every thing possible done for your amusement and comfort, MEXIA IS CROWING, best trading point in Central Texas, best market for your products. We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 June 1906

-V Fw "• tSffiPRsnKflBi ftMi •• >• B % m.'!:" > SMrs. L. H. Johnson has gone to Mart to visither daughter Mrs. Tom Smyth. - W. D. Lanning is back from Dallas where he went to visit his daughter Mrs. W. V. Cullum. TheOnlv uuarantceJ Kidney Cure Smith's Snr,-> Ki luey Cura. You k druggist will refund vonr uiotit-y if after | tiikiii!.? on* boMirt you a.re not satigflel * will) resultH. 50 cents by A. T. Sohulz S i! • Mr, y, ODC^' I ' Adran Odom has purchased the ~~T. „ . •. ... Marvin Long residence from Mr. Mrs John Walker is vmtu«;M ^ wi„ , „cxt m F&lrfield. Iweefc Disease takes no summer vacation. If you need flesh and strength use Scott's Emulsion summer as in winter. Send for free sample. SCOTT X BOWNE, Chemists, 403*415 Pearl Struct, t New York. 50c. anil #i.oo; all druggists. WHERE OTHERS FAILED Cons'Ipiuii.ti make* the cold drag alotig. Get it out Of you. Take Ken- j nedy's Laxative Honey and Tar cough; "Each spring for five or six years I h"; rup. Contains no opi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 June 1906

1® v;* /• 9 REWARD!! ton A CASE cr CHILLS AND FEVER THAT CANMOT HE CUEEO BY foil's (dill (ore ibe ('rrsat SpeciHc for Malaria, Chill! aim Fever, A^ue. Piiml) Chills, Mom end KBn'iti«at.FevF.r. Enlarged Spleen, Holds, l.n3rlm Il^adacne, Debility, Tirnd Feeli'ij. Biliousness, Paleness, J.jb4is8, Saliov/nfss, Loss or Appe- II dllQUIo, fCUllllJ, Tired Feeli'ij. Biliousness, Paleness, sliowofss. Loss or Appe ilte, (Ac. HAHMLLSS, EFFECTIVE, and pleasant. Contains no Poison. PRICE 50 CENTS Mide only by TRADE MARK Tf.e Hill Remedy Co. DALLAS, TEXAS Iowa, La. July 19 >4. The Hall Remedy Co.. Dalian. Texan. * D J"r Sira: I hnv«* triwi a iff at man." Ci(JM reniwlieH but hpvo found moik* e-jual to Hall's Chill Cure for* M':i';«rla fi-u* v v r« p.m I had 'i M'vcrr Pti.uk of ChilN ana Fever and took many kind* of Chill i*urr«. but th \v did no ir<*Kl and I junt h*d to \m- ir them out. Tbrjr commenced n rno la*t vr.u-ih- shp "• v.:\v, bin n a w- ■«*?• form A friend ncoin- mended Hall's Chill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 June 1906

r ■ m rHE STAR HERALD PUBLISHED EVERY* THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor * Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $1.00 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Entered at the postottlce nt Mexia, lexas, its second-cla** mail matter. CAMPBELL ON TAXATION AS TO HOMESTEADS. Some of his critics are trying to stir up a "mare's nest" in re- gard to the exempting of home- steads from taxation. That the people may know ex- actly what he said on that sub- ject we here print it, word for word: "Our entire taxing system should be overhauled and re- modeled. New fields for reve- nue should be explored that prop- erty now escaping taxation can be uncovered and placed on the tax rolls, and ultimately all funds necessary to meet the state's re- quirements can be had and at the same time the state's ad va- lorem tax rate can, I believe, be reduced materially, and in a short while every homestead actually occupied by a family can and should be exempted from all tax- ation for state purposes. Lay the lightest possible burden upo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 June 1906

^f;YjTW7; -Si ■. ■ -■ - -r'": • n |m- Hjcal anfc (Personal. ■ ♦ * Ernest M. Herring of Asper- mont is in the city visiting his sis- ter Mrs, Chas. Alderman. Wanted.—One hundred ladies in Mexia and vicinity to bake a large cake for June 27th. Please phone your name to No. 19 and committee will send for the cakes ^Xr'of in due time. Geo. D. Dobbs, wife and baby have gone to Wichita Falls to visit a sister. Mr. Dobbs is fore- man of our office and this is his first vacation in more than a year. Wanted. — Eggs, chickens, Beeswax and green and dry hides. W. R. Storey. Mrs. Nash of Corsicana is the gwest of her parents here. Beads and chains for crosses, bead bracelets, oriental styles in j will sing, and these children are The Big Meeting Is increasing in numbers and in spiritual power. The crowd was larger last night and con- siderable interest was manifest. The singing and the sermon was up to the high standard already set. The afternoon meeting was well attended. Today at 3:30 the ser...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 June 1906

.. ffln*; ■<,.l%-/K ' '•• 'i ., • jt, ' ' ' O *■1 IBBIJNrawffplrq ■ 7/r."'. > . '•••- '■•« i' • •■■*■> .'• - • (•.'/■; r;* , !. ;..; ',*..• • - * •'■• :' 'v, \ , : . > ' • - -• ■ ; j w:m ass Not for "Any Duchess". Luke Fa^an, a hackman at Hemp Luke Fagan, a hackman at Hempstead, Long Island, is not the man to be scared by wealth or ti- tles. He and some other public drivers declare their rights were in- fringed upon when O. H. P. Bel- mont influenced the village,trustees to pass an ordinance forbidding car- riages to stand at the railroad depot in the way of the autos and traps used by the wealthy people in the vicinity. Belmont rode up to the station with the Duchess of Marl- l>orough in his care. Fagan was in th« way and would not move. "I m an American citizen in good stand- ing and I'm not going to get out of the way for any duchess," said Fa- gan, and he didn't. If You Suffer with imatism Ijeamatic Remedy Will -j Utmost Relief that Medicine Can. ADDRESS OF M. M. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 June 1906

.'V' . mii m /■ > «<■ ai ^ THE JOY OF LIVING CAM BB FDILV RKAUZGO WIIKN YOU ENJOY GOOD HEALTH *0408 MARK The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep Yoc Well A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR- PID L'VER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic, Caiomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons which vitiuto 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 poison3, is absolutely harmless wd is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no Injurious effects. CURED BY HEHBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, says: " I was sick in bod for eight months with liver trouble, the doctor seemed to do me no good. I was told to try Her bine, and it cured me in a sliort time. I cannot recommend this wonderful medicine too highly." TAKE 5T NOW I LARGE BOTTLE, 50c GET THE GENUINE ST. LOUIS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 June 1906

fe. 1 ; < v I i ■ -fe I ■j V ' I i \ „ ' v | £ L L.J I wrm □ 1,500,000 gallons daily of the purest water on earth secured from everlasting springs at a cost of $100,000. Ideal for all manufacturing purposes and domestic uses. The thriving little city of Mexia, Texas, with a population of 5000 will celebrate the securing of this water on = = = = = = = = = = = J UNE 27,1906 r mam □ m with a BIG BARBECUE. Many amusements such as baseball || games, water and electrical displays, speaking, brass bands, grand parade, sham battle and many others. We invite every- body in Texas to be with us that day. H I Fl Excursions on al WW m M m Leading* Into 4- t he City o .'.7 isca m B iPSJii rne.vn. P. S. AH Slate, Congressional, District and County Candidates, are invited and ample room and time will he given each one, but notice must be given to E. W. Hal! chairman program committee by all who desire to speak, by June 20th, so as to allot a proper division of time. Everybody Invited f V- L r r....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 June 1906

, ... - ^ , ' ,'p; See J. Sandforcl Smith for FIRE, LIFE, and TORNADO Insurance, Mexia, Teaxs. 3W I VOL. 7. * V'ttU MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNF, 21 1906. NO. 21. Mexia will be the City to my visit wednesday, y^b. W, June 27th, 1006 We Expect 10,000 People. COME. A. J. .WAGNER & COMPANY, Mexia, Texas FREE Ail You Can Eat and The Best WATER in Texas, The Bi$> Day Wednesday June 27t!i '06 i v On either side of this page we make mention of our CELEBRATION on .June 27 ( Wed- nesday) and we especially want every reader to be here. We celebrate the arrival of PUKE SPRING WATER You are WELCOME. Every thing- possible done for your amusement and comfort, ^ert Sure MEXIA IS GROWING, best trading point in Central Texas, best market for your products. We ask you to visit one of the best stores that is also growing, Best Merchandise and at | living prices ■<affc READ OUR PRiCE LIST CAREFULLY m *x&\ <yc'j my OA m Wz \© As a man said the other day: "I trade here because you can ii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 June 1906

v'lfflpBF o'-- tfJW * • ' >v v ' ' ' ' ' '• r • "' .;' ,, ' • v4 •'; ;?••/' I i,"r :-iV, ■ '■-•■•.■ •', ' • . ; ■ '. f , ■:'-i ■•;>" ' : • ' ! ' ' . ' '... 1 Mffi t i * ¥lW" f?" sF'SS ■IliJSfl ' SPiPif 'i*.' Ri&lwl r\ R ' | $■ ' 1 Mother's Earl 5. A WORO IN MOTHER'S BAR 1 WHEN ! UURSINQ AN INFANT, AND IN THE j. MONTHS THAT COMS BEFORE THAT P. £ SOOTT'S EMULSION f, UPPUFS THE ixriu •MKiEA'GrM A/DO 7 NOURISHMENT SO HHIC013BSARY FOR if| THH HEALTH OF BOTH MOTHER AND CHILD. Send f«r free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. anil #1.00 i all druggists. ft—Wl—W—— Elliott W. Doyle has accepted Mrs. Nettie Pearl MacLaugh- a position with P. G. Burn's J lin of Hillsboro, who has been railroad office. ! visiting relatives here, has gone If your stomach is weak, ! to Wortham to visit her mother, 1 f your food distresses you,. If you are weak and nervous, Use Dr. Shoop's Restorative one month and see what it does for you. Sold by the City Drug Stor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 June 1906

vt« ai "tr 1#^ iNSk fflOO R.r: WARD !! i ( .; a cask or CHILLS AND FLYER THAT CAN WIT Hi. CUBEU BY \.wn mm . < rfir"v'/ £i-.'.uv «g| • *• ' ' -■ ' #OSi P:"'"^, CS'lll tw « « A> <u Mfi TK.ADS MARK ii!" !'rc t Jrr*:£s :cr mm, cuius sti nr.'. /:.:i flimD Chilli. Cflions ti'J Hflti'Mi 'in Fevr, FnlargBd Srlsen, fioiJs. /.«.'! 1:3, H aiaw«. Icbiliiy. Tired m.ni, Hiiiiisrw, Paleness, J Td' .:! 1.' "!■?$, Less Cf Appe- uti, '!! ' HARMLESS, EFFECTIVE, iiiid FEASANT. Contains no l'oison. PRICE 50 CENTS Mode only by — - ■ ■ . , TllO ikll K£IT!ClSy Co. DALLAS. TEXAS The Hall Romody Co.. I):ill.is 'P"X.iK. T)<\ir Sir*: I luivr trinl a irr<<at mnn H.ill'* Civil' ClIi'P t: • y 1';i i-*n«i li.h - i n: 111 > U it-du (.'nil! cut cs in.t l!u\ Th' y • 1 ji 1.• I; 1«-1 v. • •• sum w a mended '1 a.|\-; (M> i'| t'nre ard 1 1 1: it. it • .hem mr •/. Wl i'jh'v r I ii .*! 1 m ;imv miv h:i vint; Chi'.. (- will nuki' th^in vvi .i if 1 i ?v \%ii 1 t;ikp it 1 'Ull> i. M/vf. Your* trul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 June 1906

1. i ' ? ,w ¥j ■"M Z&W-r<j mE STATE HERALD ■ ,■ PUBUSHED EVERY THURSDAY. N, P. HOUX", Editor a Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATKS: One Year $1.00 Entered at the poBtufllce at Mexia, Texas, as second-cl a*s in nil matter. r\ -. \ f 1 / I®c ■ i it ,1 m THE TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION. The Corpus Christi Meeting "ne Long to be Remembered. Of all the many meetings of the Texas Press Association we have attended since we joined in 1893 at San Antonio, the one held at Corpus Christi on the 6th to 8th of this month was the big- gest and best. The people of Corpus Christi are hospitable and entertaining and they left nothing undone to make the editors and their ladies feel at home while there and long for an opportunity to return to the Naples of the Gulf, as Cor- pus is styled. A committee, headed by the mayor and composed of several business men and two young ladies of the city, met the special train carrying the editors, some forty or fifty miles up the coun- try and went through the train...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 June 1906

V « s' ■ i I |Ui' I 1 . fe'- I ■■ <*■%* / 'A t i/ •* I f) y<: Mexia, Texas * Mexia, Texas ants&^'fiGaiiu * Water! Water! i i i esmsmaaam 7; I W;[m rst CllOj ** • ** 1,500,000 gallons daily of the purest water oh earth secured from everlasting springs at a cost of $100,000. Ideal for all manufacturing purposes and domestic uses. The thriving little | city of Mexia, Texas, with a population of 5000 will celebrate I il the securing of this water on = = = = = = = = = = == | JUNE 27, ir I J i ■MW—W ■■■«■—— MWBggMBWMMB—BSHBHHKICT F I. 'PR1 with a BIG BARBECUE. Many amusements such as baseball || games, water and electrical displays, speaking, brass bands, jf grand parade, sham battle and many others. We invite every= body in Texas to be with us that day. ( r □ □ Excursions on all Railroads Leading: Into the City. ■C2P" & P. S. All State, Congressional, District and County Candidates, are invited and ^ III ample room and time will be given each one, but notice must be given t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 June 1906

>!.■ V' •:mw- lr - ' l, 4 'i;' • ■ f: r, -v : ■gBK- ' 5 'V ' '. ; '• , ' '/ W " "f^f| f%_■. ■ '■ v- a- -m ' 'I L"' pPil > "t V ' %*• wftsir * (r * i t*.' e — fATE LAND OEFiGE'AFFAIRS Commlrfcianer Jalted vb'y His Opponent, C. 6. Gilbert, LA.Nfc FOR TEXA8 8CHOOL8 AI ■I I I f ol)cy of the 8'tate Reviewed and edges Given for Economical - I Administration. \ v: ■' f - ■ \ ' tin, Texas, Jtjne 9.—<?■ E. Gilbert, intendent of "puBllc buildings and da, and candidate lyf.Jdnfl, pdm- mifraione*, gave dut~jhj^WlOw,ft jy terestlng at^rtieity, today , ' • /. Land- Commissioner WpfcfeH' *t last malceh response thr^ufetH'.'ttfe* djill* press 'formal annouagetptnt- tfver Tour* months, agci, aiuj dome Btlit^weirts Id' c pivbH^hed Interview -ajSout: three -nonths- ago. In thc^fe ^publications .1 *igaed' fhe <*land oflLpe for e"itrava- e, inefficiency ^n<jf ft' rnlsinterpre- S '■'the land JaWjrffe!* way detrl- ■) the school ffimj'arfti favor- Intors o-V^c' ^ttlerSj and gave ges fo pcono...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 June 1906

Ifo, r • , • :Af HSKlrtf' 111. r ***iV ■ <*++* *•* * >••♦0 / * 3 - vn'3 v) ;j Kk" TLooii aut> ©erociial. * ♦ /. ™*- > \ Just keep on cleaning up, Me^ia defeated Hubbard ' City Tuesday^bn the latter's grounds by a score of 15 to 8. There wag some talk of organ- izing a Tom Campbell club at Woodland, but a prominent citi- zen of that bailiwick told the promoters it would be useless as every man, woman and child in that country will vote for Camp- bell anyway. Miss Jessie Cook, of Marlin is the guest of Miss Lou Delle Houx. Wanted. — Eggs, chickens, . beeswax, and green and dry hides. W. R. SCorey. W. D. Frazier of Coolidge was in Mexia Tuesday enroute to Belle Death-of Miss. BeUe Marchbanks. Miss Belle MarcVbanks daugh- ter of-Mr. and Mrs. • F. March- banks died at the family \esi- dence in this city Tuesday after- noon. , Her death came as a shock to her many friends as she was only ill for a few days and was out at the union revival services at the city hall last Thursda...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 June 1906

tjHlSl! — # mm is?; fere-Wt ^;iWria; • ' _. '——— •A.';-;- 1ST UP WITH A LAME BACK ! Kidney Trouble Makes *roa Miserable. ir 1 * i I* > i Classic Hill Classics. Vf ning News: The invitation to attend the closing exercises of. Little Mar- ' Aimoi.t everybody who red., the news- STU"te and Henry Munger's term papers is su i to know of the wontk-rfui oi school was valued above par; , iciimei'^SwamtJ-Root', therefore we "chucked" a fry-; \ t:v.> great kidney, lives in«- pan here and a baker there, 7.ainS?rE^tufi^e'di-;and hustling into our Sunday cr, i triumph of the nine-j fcovygerv hastened awa," fl[4 tccnih century; dis- , !,|[ covered after years 01 j torday to be pi CSO 11. ij -. ;ientific research by i The exerciS'.1 '• ,E] Dr. Kilmer, the cmi- For the Stomach Heart and Kidneys Dr. Ship's Restorative Is a Cause Cure—u:t a Syjnptom Cure. we; ncnt kidney -and blud- tOiestinj^ H'1..! UiUlKi.1. oil yes- i)ii;aiy in- The little the fact r.upils demon:.! rated i i , . i , • • , dig...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 June 1906

5 , M ' g ■ ' * # THE JbY OF LIYING CAW BH mtT REALIZED WHES TOC ENJOY GOOD HEALTH IP g% g% | hj I Ka lil t *. The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You Well A guaranteed cure for all diseases produced by tor- pid l3ver and impure blood. Do not fill your system with Arsenic, Calomel and Quinine. They act as ranlc 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 arid is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no injurious effects. CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, says: " I was Bick 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! LARGE BOTTLE, 50c GET THE GENUINE Ballard Sn...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 June 1906

TV ' i. ■' •, .'.Hi. V.-''■ ' «•'(''.i;>'jV, ASwPfek V *¥•: * L i. 1 IK II . It; ■« . ■ '■% /.... •. Tujraioo Giciuiiigi. Nice warm wvat her, thing ■ to b f 1 BPV-V so many for. Our worthy postmaster, Win. Gilford, is on the sick list, but is better at this writing. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Rawle= have moved to Memphis, Tenn. We regret very much to lose these estimable people from us Public Speaking We have Hon. T. S. Henderson candi- thankfui date for congress will speak at the following' times and places. I to vvitt: j Koase Saturday, Juny, 16 at 2 I p. m. Moss Springs Saturday, June, ! 1G, at 7:30-p. m. Independence Monday. June, i 18 at 2 p. m. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Misses Snow and Babb, the Wilson and Sellers' milliners, have returned t > their homes at Springfield, Mo., and Winsb'Jfo, Texas, but we are glad to know these young ladies will return next season. It is with deep regret we learn that Prof. Whitley will not be connected with our school long- er. His worth to our school and ...

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