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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 May 1902

leys ^ Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. * r All the blood In your body passes through your ki.dneys once e*ery three minutes. The kidneys are your Ft ; _/ /"HHfWil blood purifiers, they fU- Sf J . T^vJkKsKwiI) ter out the wastq or Impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fall to do their work. Pains, achesandrheu- matism come from ex- cess of uric acia in the blood, due to neglected kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart is $ver~working in pumping thiak, kidn.-y- poisoned blood through veins and arteries. It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, cut now modern science proves that nearly ^11 constitution*! diseases hftyc tfinir begin- ning in kidney trouble. !f you arc sick y«u can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The ml!u and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 May 1902

Published every Friday by The Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. Subscription, per year. $1.00 Entered at the postoffice at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter The candidate? are moving about this week. Last call, gentleman, for most of you. commissioner to write a pqem entitled: "We just kill and burn the natives 'cause we need their islands! See?" Let us writer that poem for him, Mr. Lewis, you and me. I will start it with a couplet, whtch I hope will fill the bill, as a starter for the poem on the order "Burn and Kill:" Jakeysmith and Frcddiefunston, two warriors bold and brave, that Uncle Sam sent hunting, for some niggers o'er tiie wave. V r \ >tik' m 1 I Colima volcano, in Mexico, is said to be showing signs of an approaching eruption and the natives living at the base of the mountain are going away back. Sensible natives. Twenty-one are dead and not less than three hundred others injured in a big oil explosion in Sheraden, Pa., Tuesday. Fifty of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 May 1902

{ .v.; '• i Rate*—In Advance. let $10.00 ty ' $5.00 Precinct $3.00 m Wm ~\l We are authorized to make the following announcement subject to the action of the domocratlc primaries: ! i Vox Congress— v R. B. 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 WALIVTNG C E PEARSON W D BROWN For County Judge— WALTER A. KEELING jAS. KIMBELL For Dlstilct Clerk— W. L. CARLEY (reelection) T. L. COPLIN W. W. JOHNSON For Countv Clerk— W. C. Tv'OLVERTON ALF 11(1.1.8 ROBERT E- MAY. For Tax Collector— C. S. COOKERLV (re election) For Treasurer— ADRIAN C. ODOM-(re-election) For Tax Assessor— W. R. FAUGHT (re elecetion) For County Attorney— V. B. HAYES For Sheriff— C. W. MOODY HENRY UNFRIED i. JOE GRESHAM T. S. MURRAY { HALL RICHARDSON T. J. 0W3NS For Commissioner Precinct No 4 J H FORREST For Justice of flie Peace, Precinct 4. J. W. KINCHELOE H M ROBERTS % M#s. Anna Comp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 May 1902

! i • I / — wiuo, iudv non't laiow tbst for all Inufj.u~ a there is no remedy to equal Mexican Mustang Lli&ucuc. an eas> way — j -«S I* + aim a sure u CV y t U , -<4 of Sore j tv li Celt a Ccibu ^ ^ Throat in order to kill disease genu. and insure healthy throat action is-to take half a glassfull of. \Vater put into it a teaspoonful of , /' ^w Mexican l^inimcnt 'DMINNEAPOLIS AND ST. PAUL, MINN. Tho National Baptist Anmver> paries to be held at St. Paul May 20th, to 28th. Final limit can bo extended to June 3 'th. The Annual Meeting of The National Educational Association will be at Minnupolis July 7th to lltli. Final limit can be extend- ed to Sept. 1st. In the interest of those who will attenu these conventions" The Chicago Milwaukee & St Paul Railway will be prepared to fur nish perfect facilities in tho way of such through train service as may be required, and the most modern and luxurious epuipment, consisting of sleeping and com- •p irtmeut cars, dining and buf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 May 1902

- WIRED OYSTERS. The Country Editor. ask Druggist for 10 CENT .TRIAL SIZE. m.: BIvm Relief at once. It clesnsoB, soothes and bests the diseaut'd iiit-m- brane. It cures Catarrh ..... —^ „ai and drives awny a Cold IIA V r F VFI in the Bead quickly. It H™ I fal ia absorbed. Heoli and Protects the Membrane. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Full size 60c.; Trial Size 10c.: at Druggists «r by mail. KLY BHOTHKU8, Si} Warren Street. Mevr York. & 'V Some Census Statistics. Pacts arj said to he stubborn things. They are surely not always pleasing or flattering, since thoy sometimes cause fondly cherished delusions to collapse like a circus toy-bal- loon. During late years we Americans liave been much given to boasting of ours as be- ing not only the "land of tin; free and the homo of the brave," but have had much to s \y of our ex- alted states us a highly educated and intelligent nation, though we may have been a little extravagant in the use of language. The last published censu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 May 1902

pring and Summer Fashions ——In the Proper Styles. \ Direct from the manufacturers in quantities that insure the right prices. With our unequaled oppoatunities, having an interested and experienced buyer in New York, the head of our combination ever on the alert for bargains and styles in close touch with the leading manufactures We secure merchandise from first hands at lowest prices. Our output, 5 large stores enables us to b"y in quantities, at prices, enjoyed by few, surpassed by none. Satisfied with a small margin, we transfer merchandise from the maker to user at prices most merchants pay for same. Strictly cash, one price to all, and satisfaction guaranteed. h 5 . 1 REM .. 1 1 jJ H. * ll'lctc a 3few of tbe Bargains Wie Offer: Motions. 2c 5c 5 c 5 c 5 c 5 c 15 a 8c 18''-) 5j 5 c Talcum powder box for Settle of petroleum jelly at Oak, per botde Jfiucilage, rer bottle Xoyal cuticle toilet >oap, per ii'ocoanut oil soup, 3 culies for Y ion's toilet soap, Colgate & So, make, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1902

' IBS' ;• , ■ . f* v -r .• ■ :- - ^:f^L See J. Sandforu Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas State Herald. VOL. 3. MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1902, NO. 21. | ' COMPLETE RETURNS Of the Primary Election Held in Limestone County Saturday Mav 17th. Compiled from the Official Returns. <D 'C 1; > O 0 <v s f-4 (-< O 0 GO CU U <D '£ 73 cn x: 0 co <D z & T3 G £3 t-H U p ci H CLi ci x: co C CD o 585 527 563 5-18 1 61 73 60 53 55 11!) 78 It 75 89 Hi 11 21 106 61 85 133 85; S3 126 85 06 81 101112 100 203; 59 96 J17 102:193 60 121 209 125 201) 95!1!I7 931181 ■12 111 132 13! 53 181 93; 85 21 II 2 9 1-1 15 16 12! -28 511 191 35 10 7 9 31 88 26 17 6 8: 12 26 11 15 6 691 25 16 15: ■ 401 4 68i 11 1, 15 26 1 31 21 371 97 17 28 75 3^23 29 18! 15 2: 28 73 13 2! 191137 65 108; 92! 16 117 370,110 IS 211 0 50 16 7: 19 151 17 132 '.'19 169 !)] 185 90 572 599 190 349 101 205 !)s 85 112 70 10! !27 105:211 63 t« 5-1 110 93 l-ll 15 17 8 48! 3>J II ll! 28 280 317 2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1902

..... experience | ' • Five years ago a disease the doctors bow to prevent j oh lied dyspepsia took •tich hold on me * quMiefcs from It ,| that I could scarcely go," writes Geo, KM?!? I I s: Our three children took ping cough last £ winner. cur baby r being only three m.nths old, and «5f awing to our riving t'letn rhafilber- iHin'a OoOgh Remedy, tliey lwt none af their plumpness and caire out iu aiuoh better health than other children Vhose paven'H did not us*) this remedy. Our oldest littlt girl would cull lustily for cough syrup between whoops. -Jissie Pinkey Hall t'pvingville. Ala This remedy is for sale ly the Mtsxia Drug Co. m Mrs. O. 0. Kirv.'ii camfr down irom Corsicana Sunday. / r- It wk V I ff / M' Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After l-ourt^en Years • # Suffering. *'I have been afflicted with sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years,'' says Josh Edgar, of Gennantown, Cal. 'I was able to be around but constantlv atfertd. I tried everything 1 could hear of and at last was told to try...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1902

'1. of Many Sudden Deaths. <ra Is a disease prevailing U this dtrjr most dangerous because so decep- " "i tlve. Many sudden ■ deaths are caused by : It — heart disease, ' pneurr onia, heart ! fallu'-. or apoplexy r~ are often the result of kidney disease. If, k.dney trouble is al- lowed to advance the ; Kidney-poisoned ' blood will attack the _ vital organs or the kidneys themselves brT.k duwn and waste away cell by ce'' Bladder tro1' most always result from a derangem' of the kidneys and a cure is obtained '.aickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liyer and bladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scald- ing pain in passing it, 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 extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its won-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1902

sarr < |R1 Published every Friday by The Herald Printing Co., N, P. HOUX, President and Manager. Subscription, per year, $1-00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mall matter Well, boys, you couldn't all be elected. It seems that the island of Mffl^inique is doomed to com- plete deduction. Alfonso XIII of Spain was in- stalled as lung last Saturday and the queen regent retird to private life. The Salt River boat will start up about mid-night. It is not yet known for sure who will be the Captain. And now the gentlemen from Navarro and Robertson countie will occupy the political stage for the next four weeks. Lewis Nixon, the new leader of Tammany, has resigned. Says he could not retain his self re- spect and remain as leader. Stephen II. Darden, a member of the Confederate congress and a former Comptroler of Texas, died at his home in Wharton last Saturday. raff® The fights among the striking switchman at Deuison are not conducted with switches.—Hous- ton Pos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1902

— JML-. 4mr ANNOUNCEMENTS. um Rates—In Advance. w '-^District *. $10.00 County $5.00 £$$srectnot $3.00 W •rtiw are authorized to make the y 3s jT«following announcement subject to the ^■X-eflon of the democratic primaries: v for (Afflr Congress— if;nIt'll R' B- PRI'NCE, (of Navarro) , r \ Ject to the Kansas City Platform liver /and the Democratic primaries. SCOTT FIELD (of Robertson) For State Senator A .) HARPER For Representative— W. J. BRYANT J Or WALLTNG C E PEARSON W D BROWN For County Judge— WALTER A. KEELING jAS. KIMBELL For Distiict Clerk— W. L. CARLEY (reelection) T. L. COPLIN W. W. JOHNSON For Countv Clerk— W. C. WOTjVERTON ALP MILLS ROBERT E. MAY For Tax Collwctor— C. S. COOKERLY (reelection) For Treasurer— ADRIAN C. ODOM- (re-election) For Tax Assessor— W. R. -FAUGIIT (re elecetion) For County Attorney— V. B. HAYES For Sheriff— C. W. MOODY HENRY UNFRIED JOE GRESHAM J. S. MURRAY HAUL RICHARDSON T. J. OWENS For Commissioner Precinct No 4— J H FORREST For Justice of tTie Pe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1902

ON A WHEEL ^"1*"1 ... moots with disaster. Avery handy und etfl dent doctor to have with you when an uccideutl hupyeua ia a buttle of Mexican Mustang Liniment. £ m mm Rymelinii or Sorei need not become a fixture upon your body. If they do it is your fault, for MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT will thoroughly, quickly and perma- nently cure these afflictions. There is no guess work about it; if this lin- iment is used a care will follow. Vfill nnW'T UUtWU h'ow quickly a burn °r scald canbeoured I UU UUIl I l\ I*U WW until you have treated it with Mexican Mustang Liniment. As u flesh healer it stands at the very top. Look at the Map! the - - • COOL, PLEASANT And PICTURESQUE ROUTE und East Noi nrth AVVS V.'/ tp# \ ; i.-nxx AMD O Southern Baptist Convention, A si Seville, N. C. For tlie nbovo occasion, Round Trip Tickets will be on sale at New Orleans.May 6th to 10th, inclusive, fit rate .'\5, i r One Fare fcr the Round Trip. Final limit ior re- turn Nay 21st, except that by de- positing ticket...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1902

ii . ■ B> §f ill"' A C . *> ft-•.• { ; ■ >.v;ti, ao! 1 A^r°" Kin;:r.s Tannics are a common sense, effectual cure for ciyspepsia, biliousness, heartburn, headache, con- stipation, dizziness and all disorders of the stomach, liver arid bowels. They are intended for the use of men, women and children everywhere, and have proved beneficial in the majority of cases. It is not claimed that they will perform miracles, but some of lhe cures v/hioh they have effected amount almost to that. Eat:y to- take and prompt in action, they have no rival as the best remedy for the every-day ills of j humanity. _____ A MEDICINE WHICH PROLONGS* LIFE. " I have lined Ripans Tabtiles for a number of yuan and would not be without them. I was troubled with indigestion and constipation, and have noticed since I have been using them that I am pelting nd of 'boss teHbie bilious spells which confined me to b d on account i*' the dizziness. Of !ato 1 h. y>' uot had any. 1 had just got over a bad of bi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1902

if > ••'••" . " 1 : ? -V • • . ' • ., ^ V-f-''*~.. ' '?&$■'■ ■ "'■ ^*ir ':. i V ' .' S>'< .'■ •' ^ ''"' . " •-. • '•'", ' - * ('. .?*!«*'•• ' *0' •• •"''''iif'.rf" ' | 'J?V* ; '■ i' 'i."^ • •.'II'-- * '■ ' ii I -j- • ■■• Spring and Summer Fashions In the Proper Styles.^ Direct from the manufacturers in quantities that insure the right prices. With our unequaled oppoatunities, having an interested and experienced buyer in New York, the head of our combination ever on the alert for bargains and styles in close touch with the leading manufactures We secure merchandise from first hands at lowest prices. Our output, 5 large stores enables us to buy in quantities, at prices, enjoyed by few, surpassed by none. Satisfied with a small margin, we transfer merchandise from the maker to user at prices most merchants oav for same. Strictly cash, one price to all, and satisfaction guaranteed. Mote a jfew of tbe Bargains TKAe Offer: Notions. Talcum powder box for 5c 3te>ttle of pet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1902

J. V*'.. *. f >ru Smith lor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas The State Herald. VOL. 3. MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1902, NO. 22. THE SALT RIVER CREW Commander Herring Out- lines the Program. From Friday's Daily. To my Brethren in disappoint- ment- By theinherent authority vested in rae ag a member of the Salt River delegation, it now becomes my painful duty to inform you that on the next Monday, May 26th, the caravan of disappointed hopes and blighted ambitions will .. leave the mouth of the salty riv- er to journey towards its head. To avoid discord and +'riction and to expedite business, I shall assume "the authority to select Brinklcy Davis chairman of the delegation and Walter Keeluig corresponding secretary. The business of the chairman will be so extensive and varied it will become-.necessary to have a "private secretary. I assign Al- bert Allison to this important position. May, Wolvntcn, Richardson, Owens Murray, Prichard, Mc- Donald and Johnson will aid B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1902

PLEASANT Aatl PICTURESQUE ROUTE North and East 4 PO i I aurr BX0S AMD OONNLGTlCttS QvisU* B uj Too DOUBLE DA IL V SER VICE Pullman Berths Reserved. THE ONLY ROUT P. j TO EUREKA SPRINGS And the Fishing Resorts on the \ KIAMICUS RIVER. F. B. McKay, G. P. A., ftrrelL Iexau, IMMk Convention, Asheville, N. C. For the above occasion, Round Trip Tickets will bo on sale at New Orleans May 6fli to 10th, inclusive, at rate Jl'0.85, cr One Fare^cr the Bound Trip. Final limit lor re- turn Nay 21st, except that by de- positing tickets on or before May 15tli, and payment of 50 cents, ■limit will be extended until Jnne 2nd. Tki; Louisville & Nashville R R. operates" Double I>aily Train Ser vice between New Orleans jind Asheville, with Through Coaches, Sleeping and dining cars, and has been chosen as the official route for Texas delegates. For full informa- tion as to time, folders, sleeping ear reservations, eall on or address P W Morrow.T.P.A THKingsley, TPA Houston, Texas Dallas, Texas J ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1902

immmmmmbm mm WHMHjaWljWB ■ I 4 ■ ■■NHrff Li_jL._ : r*W.i £Z ?i Kipans Tunnies l>(ict<tr hud A iroud prfM'ripliun For iuauk.uiJ. Ripans Tabules are a common sttnse, effectual cure for dyiijjep:;ia, biliousness, heartburn, headache, con- stipation, dizziness and all disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels. They g.re intended for the use of men, women and children everywhere, and have proved beneficial in the majority of cases. It is not claimed that they will perform miracles, but some of the cures which they have effected amount almost to that. Easy to take and prompt in action, they have no rival as the best remedy for the every-day ills of humanity. A MEDICINE WHICH PROLONOS UPC. " I have used Ripans Tabules for a number of years and would not be without them. I was troubled with indigestion and constipation, stud have noticed since I have been using them that I am getting rid of *Jiose l* r-iblc bilious spells which confined me to b?d on account >>' the dizziness. O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1902

mi i#fc: V i I w \ If- w I | Published every Friday by The Herald Printing Co. N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. Subscription, per year, $1.00 Entered at the poatofflce at Mexla, Tex., as second class mail matter The Marlin Bait has entered upon its twenty* ninth year of usefulness for its town and county. The Dallas News wants to eliminate the schools from poli- tics. Good scheme, and we hope it will succeed. The Dawson Vindicator is a new paper just started byS. A. Ponder at Dawson, Navarro county. We wish the venture success. It has been officially heralded to the world that the St. Louis world's fair will not be opened until the summer of 1904. • But then we will have to stand it. Some merchants advertise on fences, dead walls, programs and papers without circulation, and then wonder why advertising does not pay.—Weatherford Demo- crat. much bath* ihg Is harmful. a9 it tends to mac- eration of the superficial part of the epidermis, which is too fre- quently removed, and occasio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1902

r MENTS. In Advance. $10.00 $5.00 ... $3.00 ncy troul'uthorlze(i t0 malte the s and legiouncement subject to the democratic wcimarles: =—S— RINCE, (of Navarro) e Kansas City Platform 'emocratlc primaries. FIELD (of Robertson) entative— BRYANT rlct Clerk— L. CARLEY (reelection) L. COPLIN Wot Sheriff— HEJNRY UNFIUED i, JOE GRESHAM ——U—«—■——■TOS'-t': ■ Euoalinij is the great winner. ^Mr. Tern George, an old citi.. of Tehuacana, died Tuesday jht. fust Eucalirie, nothing else. [Vliss Lovie Evard, of Milano, is in the city visiting Miss Ret a Murphy, Euoaliuo is without an equal. Paul Kauhl is homo from HUlsboro to spend a short vacation. Jelly glasses and fruit jars for 'sali at Jackson Bros. Miss Jessie Clary, of Corsicana is here on a visit to her friend, Misa Lilla Mac Houzs. When in need of a swinging lamp or store lamp cal on Jack- son Bros. Mrs. G. E. Peoty, of Corsicanai is here on a visit to friends, dur- ing commencement exercises. Buy your Stoves. Hardware Saddles and Harness f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1902

s*. • 1 \ ! ;h. > ■ , an who has Imd experience | *e, tirfls llctW to JlVt'VCtll wrens cons>quencOH from-it. nys; Our three children took poping cough last lummer, rur baby ;ihy being only three m nths old, and string to our, giving them Chamber- Cough Remedy. they lost none their plumpness and oil ire out in -jpseh better health than other children wfcose parents did not us" this remedy, jtar oldest littlt girl would call lustily bvr cough syi-up between whoops — ■awsiK Pinkev Hall Springville, Ala 3JbSs remedy is for sale ty the Mexia Hirtig Co. m Miss Willie Mae T^ague has jekirned from Staunton Va., «\5 era she has been attening :«4k)oI the past session. aciBtic Rheumatism Cured After f-ourt3en Years of Suffering. have been iiftlicted with sciatic ■iifraniatism for fourteen years,'' says ASjis Edgar, of Gerniantown, Cal. "I w*vv able to be around but constantly •MJifertd. I tried everything I could • of and at hist was told to try ^Jfcwiberlain's Pain Balm, which I did :su...

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