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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

i-WarawRMPE u ''.V'"' i , "."■ ?v<;-; ; ..•«,' ■ UK. ■•'• j ^*W« Afr' .; v lP*PiWv^<«WWWW t?™ mv^S'^r^'v'■''■ 'r. ' '. .': iff.:, " ' ' \ ': •$> • ' •& '. •■ ? . ";'v'J See J. Sanford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Mexia, Texas. (> MX State Herald. / VOL. 7. MEXIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNF 27, 1906. NO. 23. : A Quiet Home Wedding. Sunday at 3 p. m. a few friends j and relatives gathered at the | home of Mr. and Mrs. George; Wood to-witness the marriage of their beputiful 'and popular daughter, Sophia, to Mr. Robert 0. Travis of Ada, I. T. Promptly'at the appointed, time to the beautiful strains of Men- dohlson's weddingimarch render- ed bv Miss NannyeOates, pianist, ind Miss Vallye Shaw, violinist, khe bride gowned in white crepe. de chine, with a shower boquet j o(? white carnations and maiden- j hair fern, accompanied by MissI Gerda Epperson, gowned in blue crepe de chine, the groom and Mr. Porter Travis slowly entered the parlor, where Rev. Hillburn in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

IBIS, mM wwa IW'Y l$S?;f§ fTlJJi ; -;'j? * f? 1 ( i I i K.„ ^ Minutes Time Enough? To Care the Worst Headache From Any Cause—New Reduction Method. Moatheadacbei and pains yield Instantly to the new Reduction Method—Dr. Shoop's Twenty Minute Hettdocbe Cure. The oauae (or theKe palna la contention— a rushing of blood to the nerve centers — which distends the veins to nearly the bursting point. Swollen and enlarged, mam' <nf , of nerve branches and ■ pain, und finally that these veins and capillaries exert an irritating pressure on the myriads flbr ■!■■■ Then,there's a excruciating, cease Reduction Method distributes th recta H to the pro- frees the nerve pressure and pains and pearbeoause has been re may try a thou dies—you may pity the nerves —but the remedy prompt relief and will be successful the congestion Reduction Method. Ies9 ache. This new disperses the blood, overflow, and dl- per channels. It centers from nil irritation—the aches dlsup- thelr cimsa moved You sand rcme- dr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

' ' ■, "'■•v ! \ ' * • " •- f V y ■ : .; < ■ • • : ■ ■■ ' / m ■_ for Rheumatism, Cuts, A Sure Cure Qalls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles, L*me Back, Stiff Joints, Frosted Feet, Burns, Scalds, etc. . . _ AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Inflam- mation, ana drhres out Bain. PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving th^. Muscles natural elasticity. BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM Mrs. E. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knoxville, Tenn., writ.es: " I have been trying the batlisof Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatis) but I get more relief from Ballard's Snow Lv 'cut than any medicine or anything I have ever <d. Inclosed find postofiice order for $1.00. Sena a large bottle by Southern Express." THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00 BE SURC YOU GET THE QENUINE Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. ^ SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY JCVIcsxis*. Orug Company. Missr Aline Ward h$s returned from a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

wy rrrr ''■■WPfffi ■■'''"VvJ'fy v ■. •' r., a -v;. . •' ;■ : . W. kWJ"L PUBLISHED N. P. rtoux, THE STATE NERAED fl 1 I 1 *> EVERY THURSDAY. Editor a Proprietor SUBSCRIPTlbN RATES: Year ?1.00 Entered at the po«tofflce at Mexiat lexas, hs second-class mail matter. Senator Joe Bailey will speak at Marlin on July 16th at a big barbecue to be held there on that date. Several candidates for governor are also expected to be present. At Whitewright last Saturday Col. Tom Campbell was intro- duced to his large audience by a young lady and at the conclusion of his speech was showered with boquets by fifty pretty little girls. — Kosse Cyclone. Some things puzzle us, the la- test is, that one man can jump on to another and beat the stuf- fin' out of him and each knock the other due east and west. The one attacking the other de- fending, both are arrested and fi- ned $25 and costs. Yet if the an making the attack hdd been shot stone dead by the other fel- ler, the dead man would have had a fu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

WW * ■ BHBBPPii^SP1; •,;1U • - ■ rmf - ■! 5-5 . Mexia Drug Co. Headquarters for high grade drugs, station- ery, cigars, fishing tackle, baseball sup= plies, etc: Make Our Store Your Headquar= ters When In Mexia. k J. W. Kinclieloe ■1 \ Reliable Groceries, And A Select Stock. PROMPT DEJVERY We Strive to Please 0 is r Customers. • TLocal anfc (personal. 1 \V V wrj-i'iL. .VJ '.iivr ictv Barber Shop Smooth easy Shaves Up-to-date Hair Cuts Hot and Cold Baths. W. B. Kendrick PROPRIETOR. WELCOME!! Meet me at J. A. Sparks' Cafe and Restaurant Short Orders, Meals and Lunches, Cigars, fruits, nuts, and Fine Candies. J. A. Sparks Mexia Texas. Tid well's > Barber Shop Hot and Cold Baths in Spring- field Water. Smooth Shaves and First Class Hair Cuts. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Storey wants cow hides. Get busy in the State Herald Piano Contest. Wednesday, June. 27, at 6 o'clock the contest closes and it will be too late then. The Piano is on exhibition at the Mecca Cafe. Call and take a look at it. Miss ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

mi'i ^".'p • fv-f , v.- «-v ■ •;V■'•■> v ; , ^:-v!*v^feHrv%&| 5 ' , .y . • - " f •:"- f' ' • w • ''•;•■ '■• -j . .■ ■ '■. / -'••' ■■ ■■;• Hljflip I • 1 K . 1 r / Sf •• ' W? L SCOTTS EMULSION won't make a hump back straight, neither wilt it make a >v>rt leg long, but it feeds soft bone and heals diseased bone and is among the few genuine means of recovery in rickets and bone consumption. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemist., 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. in Bob Steen of Coolidge spent It is now only about a month Sunnay with his family. until primary election day. This W. A. Lanning and wife, of year it fallson Saturday July 28. the city visiting WHERE OTHERS FAILED "Each spring for live or six'years I , broke out with a kind of Eczema which nothing seemed to relieve permanently. | Finally I tried a box of Hunt's Cure, ; which promptly cured me. Two years have passed by but the trouble has not returned." Mrs Kate Howard, Litt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

y/i WWhw V2Q.7 T/lfV' .:1V Kfi T '!•WSSMGuBEKKUBKP >' • ' -"•' W5"' "''H; .•■■■• ■ v> ■,■ ■■■ 1 ' V,. .;,r > .; A -.y: • •■' v ' \ ' n , '•'■■ •' sss •F''*"' 4 2-'5H,--s -«■ TR.ADE MARK $100 REWARD!! r(Jn A CASE Of CHILLS AND FEVER THAT CAfT<"T BE CUf.ED BY Bali's (Hill Cure IDs (tTUHt Sp^iBc fnr lilurii, Cillli and Fev8\ Aaue. Dum!) Ctiilli, Dillons siu P.s -5i ii Fs'"r. Enlarged fp!38ii, Holds. Lb '-npff, H adauhc.. Debility, Tired FiB.i.;z, Biliousness, Paleness, J.j di:a, «T'own:ss, Loss of Appe- tltJ. Si:. HAKXLKSS, EFFECTIVE, lid pleasant. Contains no Poisot PRICE 50 CENTS Nad* only by Tfce tldii Remedy Co. DALLAS. TEXAS Remedy Co.. Iowa. La. July Q, 1904. DnlUw. T****. D r Sir*:—I bav * trl#s1 a ir^nt nan* ChlM rained ie* hut h*vi fnir.d "one equal to |11#* Chill Cure fnr M ■* ria \ y *r« :>n«- I hn 1 \ nit nek of Chill* ami Fever [took man* kind* «>f Chill our***. * ut tn««v •'•«! no ar<m>• and I junt had to w«*nr them out. y oornvtu**'^ m* la*t yar &...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

m Fwwi smSm <i I ■ i sAn p. ft }' The Evangelist will not be with us on June 27th. We are expecting PAUL JONES in a spiritual form, J PAT B. JONES I Will put Mexia on the map for low prices on June 27th, on all DRY GOODS, CLOTH= IT INQ, HATS and SHOES.g^Be sure and Call on him that day £* Yours For Busin ess, n PAT B. JONES, >^V WW Jackson Bros. Best Buggies ever sold in Mexia for the money. See our large stock of Hardware, Saddles and Harness before buying. We are headquarters for Guns, Ammunition, etc. Make our Store Your Headquarters. YOURS YERY TRULY, JACKSON BROS Why lyiu'siwciits ,v/-o Worn. The Paris correspondent of the London Mail writes: "An investigation by the Gaul- ois into the reason for the wear- ing of musttch.es lias elicited very varied rep; • • Of 100 men ques- tioned six .'.piied that it was too much trou;.iic to shave, one de- clared it w.i < to hide his teeth, another'that his long nose with- out it gave him a bad appearance, and three that it avoided ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

* . ' ■ IIIIIIIIIMI'W II ■ THE JOY OFUVINO OA* HI VDU.T REALIZED WBEH TOD ENJOY GOOD HEALTH IV /' \ i I / I 1 TKAUI MARK The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You Well A GUARANTEED CURE fnr all diseases produced by TOR- PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic, Caiomel 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 tho system and leaves no Injurious effects. CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. L. A. Hicks, Ire-Jell, Texas, snys: " I was sick in J" J for eight months with liver trouble, the df mcd 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 i LARGE BOTTLE. 50c GET THE GENUINE Ballar...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

Y* •m ■ 0! i I > 1 W 111™. § 1 ."LULL--1" gL —■ 1 >Lgg*g ImkiNfi Oirbario 1 att*. It wa Thorrvai Carlyle who Mid that all genius was akin to savagery. Sarah Bernhardt ex- emplifies this in the boudoir of her chateau in Paris, says the Pittsburg Gazette. Mme. Bern- hardt is a perfect barbarian in her defiance of all the convention- alities Regarding color schemes. Her sleeping room is hung in roy- al, picked out with peacock plumes- Over her Louis XVI. bed is a canopy made of unspun silk taken directly from the silk- worm cocoon. A great splash of crimson satin, in the ♦.rat of a shield, adorns the c-rater. The walls are hung in old tapestries, and in the interstices of the hang- ings are row alte,r row of tiny monkey skulls, the eye sockets of which are illuminate') with elec- tric lights. The "uivne Sirah" has parted with her pet tiger, an<j now has for a companion a large and ugly baboon, whose ears have been pierced so that they may carry large rings of solid gold. Bernh...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

■ ■ N . 1 \! \ t +■** • -.-j ■H « ♦ Xocal anD personal. J Mrs. C. L. Hardy who has been on the sick list is now bet- ** ter and is able to sit up some. New Ruby and Pearl rings and Studs at Pittman's. Mrs. Jesse W. McLendon and little daughter have returned home from an extended pleasure trip to Wootan Wells. Highest grades of Railroad Watches on special sale at W U. Pittman's. Sid Harris of Franklin who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. John W. Willis, has returned home. The Piano Contest. Following is the total count to date: Miss Janie Pyburn, Coolidge 56,250 Miss Katie Eubank, Mexia, Route No. 1 23,420 Miss Josie Farmer. Mexia 9,630 Miss May Manning, Mexia, Route No. 2 7.365 Miss Lillian Loftland, Prairie Grove 3,565 Miss Hester Hunt, Mexia 390 Miss Beulah Arnold. Luther 60 returned B. F. Perdue in the old Ledger office near the city hall will repair your leather goods, and do it right. See him. Miss Fannie Cofield is visiting relatives in Mineola. / Martin Holm is in Marlin fo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

5lHnaMB9flL -.. |i|B8 •; •, - 9-s™ and ILLthecouch |i fUE STATE HERALD PURE the LUNGS WITH Dr. Kings New Discovery "> c PUBLISH ED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor a Proprietor 'ON9UN1PTION OUGHS and ISOLDS Price 50c &$ 1.00 Freo Trial. Surest and Uuickeat Cure for all THROAT an-i LUNG TROUB- LES, or MONEY BACK. To Eastern and Northern Summer Resorts Th ! Lnbville and Nashville railroa affords the fastest time and finest ser- vice from New Orleans and Memphis to all t he noted summers resorts in the feast and north. Tickets will be on sale after June 1st at very low rates to Niagara Falls, Mammoth Cave, Put-in Hay, Old Point Comfort Waukesha, St. Paul and Minneappolis, French Lick, Petoskey Oconomowoc, Mountain P rk and to the Mountains resorts in Tenii. and Kentucky, tickets being limited for return until Oct. .'51 1906. The Louisville & Nashville1 operates double daily trains out of New Orleans and Memphis for all resorts mentioned. Trains are wide-vestibuled and carr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

■■•> " I ; Bfi; .-v.k? uDAL Cure ffj First Dose Relieves Two Doses Stop Chills Instantly destroys all fever perms Inoculated by mosquitoes — the cause of malaria, Ague, and Chills and Fever. One dose stops aching hones and hot and chilly sensations. Atonic; f;lvesan appetite; renews ambition. A positive, qulckand harmless cure. Testimonials around the bottle. 70 ccntm. Francis S.Ott.Sacruinaniu.Cal. roammacconrawM) him.". ,/r. Wedding Bells. The following. marriage an- nouncement has been received hero: "Mrs. Thomas Davis Hill an- nounces the marriage of her daughter, Mary Louise to Mr. I. Mack Wood, Sunday, August Twelfth, Nine- teen Ilundred-and-Six. Coolidge,'tTexas. A.t Home after August Eigh- teenth, Nineteen Hundred- and-Six. Coolidge. Texas. Dees Your Stomach Bcther Yc:i? Dr. Shoop's Restorative Cures All Distressing Stomach Troubles Through the Inside Nerves. As you value your health and happiness (lon't neglect to care for the slightest stomach pain— don't let it, no. At...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 June 1906

• "v1 'v (•' ' fTJyFl 'xf>tilj i'-c, raS!^iw!w^lP^; 1 i • • / ■ ■'" '':'' 7 ' • •' • •.' / ■ ■ "■ / P^' I ■■ P I -u '-3:' S*?'l* P^P^WflPi pvf- •'.'- . - THE STATE HERALD PUBLISHED N. I . HOUX. EVERY THURSDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year fl.O# Entered t the poitofflce at Mexia, Teiu, ii second-class mail matter. If you can' THE CAMPBELLS ARE COM- ING! Hubbard will warehouse soon. So says United States Senator Joseph Weldon Bailey, while delivering his address before the State Democratic Convention of Texas in Dallas. When Mr. Bailey remarked thus pandemonium reigned supreme and an uproar of approval from t boost, don't knock, the Campbell crowd mixed with an uproar of disapproval irom Colquitt and Bell's supporters. Mr. Campbell will be nominat- ed Governor of Texas, and Mr Bailey saw it. Joe Bailey is all right. have her cotton Freestone county has a lady mail carrier. Let's have more of the fleecy staple and}less political hot air. The pecan crop for this year promises an enor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 June 1906

pnOK^ngHprv'!* Ff|p?V: / ■ .1" ' ■'V, (J*- ('i " -•••> w•• *^T".{ ^•.' ¥ ' -" "'■" '"^; ; "'" ' -.' ' ' "■■'■ .•■ «..v -■ ; •<?;;,* 1 :, i 1 • ;•;*• ■;•. ',; . '* n ', «>J' • ? ' ■;)*• - •■'' •" : - : ■■ *:■■■# sr:- .*■'■■ * "vv:, ; I pi'V \ / See J. Sanford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Alexia, Texas. The State Herald. vol. 7. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNF 28, 1006. NO. 23. Clean Up Prices Read all the Items. OUR JUNE SALE was a de- cided success. We had all we told you and all were satisfied. ,j jpf MW-.v.-. ¥ ,J ■ "V* < -v* '-i. * •"•• **':>•>•••• ( ' A' ■< ' •■ • I SrMl0SS"0B(>S. « CO. ' j Fine Clolhrt Maher f Ualllimirn nrid Now Vorfc Now is time to get into the lighter weight Clothing. V'e'll lit you and purse as well. New Blue Serge Coat and Pant Suit. 20.00 ones at : : : 18.00 • . 17.50 ones at : : : 15.00 A goutf •■:ie for : : 12 50 The Greys at 18.00 to : 8.50 Blue Serge Coats at 5.00, 4.00, 2.50 Nice Trousers at 5.00 to 2.50 per pair. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 June 1906

fwiiJr.'i , '.:"■ ■ . ■ •:r -.ft; ' Wnfc:il I'lBSM ''."• '• •■•: . ■''■ ' '••••••■ i "• • •.' 'v" i'*-."" /";" •'TJfiSP'-'" ' • .' .... ^ , ; ... ,^u " W V; - • ■ f-. w §Jjj| ?« ft*« ... •' L / SCWS EMULSION won't make * hump back straight, neither will it make a j'Vort leg long, but it feeds soft bone and heals diseased bone and is among the few genuine means of recovery in rickets and bone consumption. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York, joc. and #1.00; all druggists. Bob Steen of Coolidge spent It is now only about a month Sunnay with his family. until primary election day. This W. A. Lanning and wife, of year it falls on Saturday July 28. Mart, are in the city visiting WHERE OTHERS FAILED relatives. "Each spring for five or six years I , . , broke out with a kind of Eczema which If yout stomao isvsia", nothing seemed to relieve permanently. If your food distresses you, , Fin& J ^ & ^ Qf Hunt,s Cure> If vou are weak and ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 June 1906

« • f JBHTOG . fv'"( ?® '• ...f ;v; '•'< '!'c,■;•*'• ^-v • ^PWpR5S^?^F?ilTWWl ?, $&*> ■ v.' - . . ' ■:!:>^* ■ .v ' ■ . ' •• "■ ■ ; v '■ >? ,,,:\ v.-H-?- ^ ,A I •*•• « a* . • « , —r V'l# rtlE STAIC HERALD BL-1 " F PUBLISHED BrVERY THURSDAY. N. P. I^OUX. Eoitor & Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: , One Year ?1.00 Entered ot the postoflinQ at. Mexia, Texas, us decund-cltos mail matter. do, but I'd rather put a limit on how littlejie can have." ' \\ f i : ■ 'V / TOM CAMPBELL AND THE WORKING MAN. ! Some of the opponents of Tom Campbell have been attempting to tell the railroad men that Campbell is not their friend and ^that he has opposed legislation • that was in their interest. But 1 - the joint legislative board of Texas workmen have-issued a long circular declaring such re- ports to be false. After enumerating a number of measures that have been be- fore recent sessions of the legis- lature in tRe interest of the rail- road men, which Mr. Campbell favored and helped ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 June 1906

mm j; IS \ a SSPOt-i#" ■v • . o . 1 ■ " m ■-'■At ■ *' ■ llSStSh .-ft If ■■-■;T-v THE JOY OF LIVING B1 TOUT REALIZED WHIM TOU ENJOY GOOD HEALTH :; ■•„?«,♦#* | ' ih ' ' r ,1" \ -:W, i '•< •§?* I erbine The Popular Liver Medicine ropuiar i 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, 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- 1NE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotic poisons, is absolutely harmless aund is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no Injurious effects. CURED BY H ERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. h. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, says: " I wa9 gick 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 re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 July 1906

' f • y 1 I , V }'( 'vf'-r ' r *. ?f i ;T; ^ V:> 7i# See J. Sanford $(n[th for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Mexia, Texas. The State Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1906. VOL. 7. NO. 24'. i^jasrrr: Clean 3J]p Prices. Read al! the Items. A. J. WAGNER & MEXIA, TEXAS. JULY GLEAN UP SALE. During the month of July we want to clean up all Summer Goods. To do this will cause a sacrifice, but our method is well known. N'o goods carried over. - OUR JUNE SALE was a de tided success. We had all we told you and all were satisfied. 4 We are agents for the Ladies, home Journal Pat- "terns IS and 10c each 1 • On Rugs, Matting. . Window Shades Trunks, Suit Gases, Traveling Bags you can profit by getting prices. < emus] 'llMSj „ ilefin/ Only Good Goods carried by os. New Merchandise shown each season. 12 l-2c II , sciiios, s'uooh. « co. I fine Clothe* Meker* I Oalllmere anil New Yuk I \ rev, Pant Suit. 18.00 15.00 12 50 : 8.50 Now is time to get into the lighter weight Clothing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 July 1906

i > I .V- ^ 1 ' .-v? ' / / I • ■ v I pi /...//•.■"'J gns 01 Heart Trouble Ton can Surely Secure Heart Health gtbthroui Restorati and Strength through Dr. Shoop's iratlve. Heart weakness which can be dealt with at all Is nerve weakness. Juwt as your hand trem- bles when its nerves atto weak, when your heart nerves are weak your hoart flutters and palpi- tates. Other sinus aro shortness of breath after •light exercise; faintiutf spells; pain or tender- ness about the hoart (matted by lrretrular heart •otton; chokinn sensa Atlon as If the heart was In the throat: uneasyy^wvsonsatlon in the chest, showing- working right; on one side side, but fre- right, painful brea thiug feeling. solutely on- , to treat u That la t natural ai. strength to ... , Imagine how any- done!' Dr. Shoop' bring baok the , heart nerves always. , this remedy to stimu- leads to reaction. The strength that it gives is natural and permanent. It is just the same strength as Nature gives to those who are well. Dr. ...

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