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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 October 1906

j a / fairM] ..' [/wnEw.' ■ 1 I 1 1 t 1: - I ) 1 K ' ,v Si" )> f 1. * i > J y': \ m v . '■fK. ■* > wKf'SrS jSum & - W® l^Pip wpP* f ■ ?'■ *f f 1 'M ' 'ft •'". #"y.-U*' '!$* '" '"■ V y * I jv-#*'. • First Dose Relieves Two Doses Stop Chills instantly destroys all fever germs Inoculated by mosquitoes —the cause of Malaria, Airue, and Chills nnd Fever. One dose stops aching bones and hot and chilly sensations. Atonic; gives (in appotltc; renews ambition. A positive, <]uicknnd hnrml ss cure. Testimonials around the bottle. 'dli oanlmm Francis S. Ott. Sacramento, Cul Buckuer's Orphan's Home. (by r. c. bucner.) A Musical Treat. A large congregation assembled Miss Mitchell. Choir. wet.* Here's Just Gentle, Sure—Pleasant to Take Tried and True, Genuine, Nature's Remedy., -A I beg that every reader of The at the C. P. Church Sunday night Bunt si Tribune will carefully j to listen to the sacred music ren- ponder the following statements: dered by the select choir. This gretit ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 October 1906

|.,4' 8SR feffi H '• 1 enver and Colorado as a Winter Resort om thi Daily Hotel Bulletin Nov. 10. For a number of years the ho- tel men of Colorado have en- deavored to have the railroads grant a winter rate to Colorado points, but until the present winter their efforts have been unavailing. The beauties of Colorado as a place for a summer vacation are knowf all over the world, though Ut little has been said of its de- jrability as a winter climate, /here are many features that no "ther locality has, the first and ■ oremost is the continued sun- hine—for what is more exhib- iting and invigorating than a ay of bracing atmosphere and right sunshine? Tiie humidity s very low, some (winter days taving but a fraction of one per ent, while thaj^ox Southern Cal- 'ornia and'Florida for the same lays may show as high as 80 per 'Vent. This feature is what makes 'Colorado's summer climate so delightful, for with a low per- centage cf humidity a high tem- perature is not a cause of suffer- ing....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 October 1906

*KT- lJs| - 3" ~ I M^^fT32EW* ^ "*",x PWmPwSSSrStt "'',v See J. Sanford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Mexia, Texas. The State Herald. vol. 7. mexia, texas, thursday, october 18 1006. NO. 42. YOU DON'T HAVE TO Order or send out of town for Ladies Tailored Suits. COME TO WAGNER'S LADIES TAILORED SUITS Gray plaids, silk jintd collars, trimmed in ' lur quaise blue cloth and braid. AT $12.50 SUIT THE NEW PLAID Long Coats in Gray and Green at $15.00 $12.50. AND $10 00 EACH A. J. WAGNER & Company mexia, texas READY - TO - WEAR DEPARTMENT This is a new Departmeut with us but we don't do things by halves. We have the best in the very lastest styles, all coats and suits, Silk or Satin lined, trimmed in socutahe silk braid, and everyone new. YOU HAVE IDEA RAINCOATS -TWENTY-FIVE STYLES- And the very newest things all 50 inches long—In Oxford Tan—Gray in neat, effects beautifullv trimmed at $18.50 $17.50, $16.50, $15 00, $12.50 $10.98, $10.00 $8.98. AND $7.50 N U It will pay yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 October 1906

/ . p., , .. ... m ,,, ....... ' ; ' ;• «, * .... ; >. v.( L. t,.* * «i f.j." a ?UGH LUJ4C& ng's ~ New Discovery , i - /consumption price t \ iUiGHS ai.d 50c & $1.00 L/d " /I) IDS Free Trial. i it*>aknauiuitMui iiii«aaBM • Surest and Quickaat Cure for all t THBOAT an^ LUNO TltOUB- Lrs, or MOIfEY BACK. The Best Way Is via NEW ORLEANS Louisville & Nashville lv and the R. R, W<th Two Through Trains Daily Washington, Baltimore, Phila- delphia and New York on fast and convenient schedules Also two through trains daily to Louisville, Cincinnati, St. J Louis and Chicago. ALL TRAINS SOLID VEST1- BULED. Modern Sleeping Cars, Reclin- ing Chair Cars, Electric Lighted Dinnig Cars. If you contemplate a trip address: P. M Morrow, T. P. A. Houston T. H. Kingsley. T. P. A. Dallas Tex. J. K. Ridgely D. P, A., Now Orleans The Big Show Cowing. The annoucement that Rin&ling Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The Children's Favorite ---OURB8--- Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 October 1906

THE JOY OF LIVING <lut n nui biauud tod ENJOY GOOD HEALTH * - *■ c JULIUS CAESAR was a man of nerve—but sickness left its mark and he became aged be- fore his time. Sickness is often caused by a torped livor. Herbine will regu- late your liver and give you health. Mrs. Carrie Austin, Hollon, Kansas, writes: "I consider Herbine the best medicine I ever heard of. I am never without it." The Popular Will Kec % Liver Medicine Keep You Well A OUAfltANTEED CURE for all dimin produced by TOR- RID LIVER and IMPURE RLOOD. 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 narcotic poisons, is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no furious effects. CURED BT HERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 October 1906

i wt Si Alt lit RAID PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor * Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ono Year |1.0# Entered at the po*t<.IUee at Mexia, Texas, a* socuud-i'lftiK mail matter. Gov. Magoon has arrived in Cuba and the Cubans are at least rid of Taft. Great damage was done by t. rain and wind storm in East Texas in the Orange country. Snow in Tenners^e and Ken- tacky, while in Chicago they played a game of basel all in a snow storm. Mrs. Jefferson Davis is dying at her home in New York of an attack of pneumonia. She recent- ly celebrated her 80th birthday. Hon. J. W. Bailey will speak at Mart next Monday at 1:80 p. m. Every body cordially invited to turn out and hear him tell about it. The Central Texas Press Asso- ciation is in cession Jthis week at Granger, the home of the presi- dent of the association, Miss Maid Allen. Miss Bertha Krupp, the rich- est woman in the world recently married a young German lieuten- ant, and they will live happy ever after. The compress at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 October 1906

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 October 1906

'I.'1-1 ■ IM mm i mmr] ■ -r v . p9^SB -.. . ' ■ ■ ■. ■ " n" WW ™mE5 I ■ ■ I fe '' KARNER tSL - PHILLIPS Nexia. Sale C«mm«ncM SATURDAY December let 9 a. m. Dress Goods Specials Price reductions during this week we pronounced and should resolve % every lady th«t has a want in the dress goods line ,'to buy now. 500'yards of very fine and all the late novelties in ladies suiting, values COfl from $1 tp x.So, this week your unreserved choice for per yard- • BvU 55 and 85 cent all wool dres goods this week JOa for 45JG An exceptionally large and complete line containing nothing but 5oc 3flfl sellers all this seasons goods at per yard they are wOtf ™■ KARNER PHILLIPS Mexia f L 1 >4:' Sale Commences SATURDAY , December 1st 1906, Z?/>e Greatest Clean-Up Sale in the history of Mexia—Bargains such as are only found at Karner and Phillips. A sacrifice Sale of Mens Clothing, Ladies Suits, Skirts and Coats, Collars, Ladies and Men's Shoes and Dress Goods, which overshadows all previous effo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 October 1906

* t '-'Cm lipi™ ^wwSfflP 85:.: m*&W * *i ^DAY Cure' First Dose Relieves Two Doses Stop Chills I Instantly destroys all fever terms Inoculated by mosquitoes — the cause of Malaria, A^uo. and I Chills and Fever. One dose stops nchlnjrbonos j and hot and chilly sensations. Atonic; plvesan 1 appetite; renews ambition, A positive, qulckarid j | harnil 'ss cure. Testimonials around the bottle, | 75 ooflfs. Francis S.Ott.Sacrai,ieti;j,Cal. / Weak Kidneys Bright's Disease and Blades Use Dr. Shoop's Restorative to Cure the Cause, If You Suffer From These Symptoms. H-?rc are the symptoms of Kllney complaints: Urine laden with s< .Uraei.t. brick 'lust in nriv. highly colored uriuu. greasy froth or bloi>.l in It, striniry mucous in urine, unusual dr- ill re to urinate, pain in passing water, pain in tho back and over the kidneys, hot. dry and I tch i na sk 1 n , huirAdry and brittle, pairi fill joints, lcirs fi'olyMKy heavy, sleeplessness, dullnoss, loss of/ftS&SAYciKUt, ehuly sen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 October 1906

ti i' ' I > is ■1111,11 What tlw toaiuys uo. Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us strong And Healthy. All the blood in the body pusses through the kidneys once every three minutes. The kidneys filter the blood. Thsy w>r!< night, and day. When healthy they remove about 000 grains of impnre matter daily, when unhealthy some part of this impure matter is left in the blood. This brings on mar.y diseases and symptoms—pains in the back, headache, nervousness, hot, dry skin, rheumatism, gout, gravel, dis- orders of the eyesight and hearing, dizziness, irregular heart, debilitj, drowsinees, dropsy, deposits >n tin urine, etc. Bu* if you keep the filters right you will have no trouble with your kidneys. J. S. Spuiell, farmer, living ah: miles southeast of Hubbard Cicy, Tex., on R. *. D. No. 4, savs: "I am only too glad to recommend d;an's Kidney Pills, as from my experience wi hthem I think they are the best remedy there- is for kidney ailments. After years of suffering my wife found in...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 October 1906

7 ; 'A 5?AlARl3 Cure First Dose Relieves Two Doses Stop Chills Instantly destroys all fever germs Inoculated by mosquitoes —the cause of Malaria, Auue, and Chills and Fever. One dose stops aching bones and hot and chilly sensations. Atonic; gives an appetite; renews ambition. A positive, qulckand | harmless cure, Testimonials around the bottle 76 cents. Francis S. Ott.Sacramwito.Cal, '•T ' •v Here's Just the Right Bowel Laxafitre Gentle, Sure—Pleasant to Take—A Tried and True, Genuine, Nature's Remedy. If you do not, bnve free, easy and recular movements or the bowels you luck the prime und first essential of yood health. There's morn harm done than mere uneomlortiibleness. .slug- gishness und billousA^ne*s—retention of food ■wustes in the bowels^l^ pollutes, lrrltatesund poisons. You make, tem- the blood—i of a fou-".ai:i tainted; \llty. (tipatW nearly with Bee), N ? 1 ger rul B iOt to C.utvc. .e dell- the sumach (cr of powe icinesl Your safety" always secured—If y formula Is on ev...

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

Tra^M^M^M^BMwm«mriiiiFi«WTininwTrfTlffritlii in niPMi™^-,'TWBiraT i miLnnimroiM^^i^innnnmum '■mi HI II> imir—~™mmm—^———— s . \ ( 1 V W^: ' V •kVWJvl fel * ?. . \ \ (HE ST AIE UERAID PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. I*. HOUX, Editor a Pwqpriiton SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 'OM TW fUW titml t the pwtofflM «t Maxi*, TUh, <«m Menl-dM mail matter. September 20th is Jewish new year. September Srd is labor day and a national holiday., Crop Sports from some sec- tions Limestone and McLen- nan 'counties are not all encour* aging. This comes as a dissap- l)ointment at this time and was not expected. The Milwaukee Avenue State Bank at Chicago has failed. The deficit is estimated at about one million dollars. Depositors of institution caused lively scenes about the bank. Let's all get together and build that sewerage system. How about that 6otton mill for Mexia?' Have you gone to .sleep over the situation? ■ i i ■ —i ■ ■ ■ I ■■ The state Sheriffs association will meet in Dallas Agust 14. At the Austi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 October 1906

I Rheumatism 1 have found u tried and tuated cure (or Rheu- mutlam! Mot a remedy that will utrulghten the distorted IInibs of chronic cripples, nor turn bony * growths back to flush asuln. That is impossible. * But I can now surely kill the pains and pangs ol this deplorable disease. In Germany—with o Chemist in the City ol Darmstadt—I found the last ingredient with which Hr. Shoop's llheumatlc Remedy was mada a perfected, dependable prescription. Without V that last Ingredient. 1 successfully treated many, many cases of Rheumatism; butnow. at last, ltuul- formly cures all curable eases of this heretofore much dreaded disease. Those sand-like granular wastes, found in Khcuwatic Illood, seem todlssolvo and pass away under the action of this remedy as freely as does sugar when added to pure water. And then, when dissolved, these poisonous wastes freely pass from the system, and the cause of Rheumatism Is gone forever. There is now no real need—no actual excuse to suffer longer with- o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 October 1906

trn« HT f th< itutea 61 eminent are el ! . fall to give to jfrSST •mT*nr*Mm«nu !S^ta°Vff^rSi suflleienfly ample power, through l^nl" states courts and by the use of Utes jtov- uate. They government " " lt«l the army and navy, to protect alv^n*, In the rights secured to them under solemn treaties which are the law of the land. I therefore earnestly recommend that the criminal and civil statutes of the United States be bo amended and added llvtntt then' evil "Aivk"iitr "tho t0 a8 to enaWe th® president, acting for oommonweafUi an at hand There are I the Unl^ States government, which is Ilea are loosened; when . Ben Oease to regard a ly Ufa w'th all Its duties y performed, and all Its reaponBl tie* lived up to. as the life best regions In our land, and classes of our PWjl'tlOn, where tho birth rate has sunk below the death rate. Surely It mould need no demonstration to snow that _ wilful sterility Is, , from the standpoint of the nation, from me standpoint of the human raoe, the one...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 October 1906

; .,-, M--1;.. k ".:■. :■ 1 i f ' ■' 1 • \ m See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas. The State Herald. mm rf 1. : 81 i r/ N «i VOL. 7. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25 !906. NO. 43: YOU DON'T HAVE TO Order or send out of town for Ladies Tailored Suits. COME TO WAGNER'S LADIES TAILORED SUITS Gray plaids, silk jintd collar:;, trimmed in lurquaise blue cloth and braid. AT $12.50 SUIT THE NEW PLAID Lon.cc Coats in Gray and Green at $15.00 $12.50. AND $10 00 EACH A. J. WAGNER & Company MEXIA, TEXAS READY = TO = WEAR DEPARTMENT t^ wtMMMiiniiawim iiimiwii — ibiwuw—lata. ■ -wmmr- •wirmir.Mtuwuum jj This is a newJDepartmeut with us but we don't do things by halve.-'. We have the best in the very lastest styles, all coats and suits, Sill or Satin lined, trimmed in socutahe silk braid, and everyone new. uau'iuuMTK'Mrn RAINCOATS -TWENTY-FIVE STYLES- And the very newest thing's all 50 inches long1—In Oxford Tan—Gray in neat effects beautifully trimmed at $...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 October 1906

n KILLtheCOUCHI and CURE the LUMPS" Dr. King' Haw W&mm /consumption ■'1* f QUGHSnnd Price GQc &S1.00 Free Trial. fta/? <u AMilikiuuuiiniiKl n oiiManevweuert^w.ouuw^w !• Burcst afcid ttuicltosi Cure for all i THROAT 3 JJNG TROUB- 1 LES, or MONEY BACK, '.•'.vjajasanffl'-wi' .ACMrcaiTOBeTMHaBBBnsEi The Best Way East Is via NEW ORLEANS and the Louisville & Nashville R. R. With Two Through Trains Daily Washington, Baltimore, Phila- delphia and New York on fast and convenient schedules Also tv('o through trains daily t<> Louisville, Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chicago. ALL TRAINS SOLID VESTI- BULED. Modern Sleeping Cars. Reclin- ing Chair Cars, Electric Lighted Dinnig Cars. If you contemplate a trip address: P. M Morrow, T. i\ A. Houston T. H. Kingsley. T. P. A. Dallas Tox. J. K. Ridgely D. P, A., New Orleans Chamberlain's! sick Headache cured. Sick headache is caused by derange- ment of the stomach and by indigest- ion. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets correct t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 October 1906

I .t Prohibition Notes. Edited Secretary Paige. $ (California Remedy) Slops Chills At Once When tired out, with no desire to work or movi about, restless In sleep and worn out on awaken- ing. no appetite, aching bones and hot and chilly sensations, take "3 Day "Malaria Cure"—it prevents chills; cures worst cases In three days. 75c. Made by Franc s S- Ott, Sacramento,Cal, Does Your Stomaeh Bate You? Dr. Shoop's Restorative Cures All Distressing Stomach Troubles Through ihe Inside Nerves. The Dogs and Ponies are Coming. The Gentry Brothers' Famous Shows with its hundreds of per- ing animals, as well as clever human performers, will give two performances in Mexia on Tues- day Oct. 23 at2:00and 8:00 p. m. The Gentry Brothers' Shows have been welcome visitors to ( Mexia in tiie past, and tiiey en-j Ration of the axiom "The Third joy the reputation of criving the | time a charm. I his is the th:rd finest trained animal shows ever, attempt that the local optionpeo- The recent Local Option ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 October 1906

I V J |r fffffMl Recently Enlarged WITH 25,000 New Words New Gazetteer of tho World with more than 25,000 titles, based on the latest census returns. New Biographical Dictionary containing the tinmes of over 10,000 noted jjersons, date of birth, death, etc. Edited by T7. T. IIAlUiTS, rh.O., LL.D., United Stat es Commissioner of Education. 2380 Quarto Pages Now Plates. 6000 Illustrations. Rich Bindings. deeded in Every Home Also Webster'ti Collegiate Dictionary 1110 Fages. liOO Illustrations. Regular Edition 7*10x855 inches. 8bindings. De Luxe Edition 6%x8%xl% in. Trinted from snmo pinto*, on bible paper. 8 ! *■autiful bindings. 1?REE, "DictionaryWrinkles." Illustrated pamphlets. G. Cs C. MERRIAM CO.. Publishers, Springfield. Mass. CUBES RHEUMATISMI LOHBAGQ, SeiATieal HEURALQIA and "S-DS0PS" takon internally, rids the blood of the poisonous matter and acids which | are the direct causes of these diseases, Applied externally it affords almost in- I I stant relief from pain, while a pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 November 1906

3SK: ■ -v ■ ■ i' 7 1 -- ■ V- : if I ''fV r:^, ; . - ' . J. . .' •• •' ' .• '••■ ..,• .tiki ■'■•: ■ 1 C ' ' ■ • ■ ■' V' .>4 t • See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, riexia, Texas. ■ (.■ — The State Herald, vol. 7. mexia, texas, thursday, NOVEMBER 1, 2006. / * J * n Prohibition Notes. Edited hy Secretary Paige. L. J. Winters, pi-ohibtion can- didate for state treasurer, was in Dallas last Friday, He had '.just come from Bellevue and Vashti in Clay county. At Belle- vue a splendid afternoon meeting- was held in the streets, and the meeting at Vashti that night was attended by a good audience of voters. Thj leading men in that section are prohibitionist, and they are confidently expecting' a largely increased vote this year. Mr. Winters reported also splen- did meetings at Farmersville, Whitewrignt, Kentuckytown and Rose Hill. At almost every point- there are numbers of men who declare themselves new converts to the Prohibition party and are expecting to cast t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 November 1906

• ' .^V KILL th> COUCH and CURE thb LUNGS ",th Dr. King's New Discovery /^o w*Gs DNSUMPTION Price 0UGH$ and 50c &$ 1.00 1-DS Free Trial. ■ ■•eiflMMNkllUUIHUIIIBIMAMI Surest and Quickest Cure for all THBOAT and LUNG TROUB- LES, or MONEY BACK The Best Way East Is via NEW ORLEANS and the Lauisville & Nashville R, R. With Two Through Trains Daily Washington, Baltimore, Phila- delphia and New York on fast and convenient schedules Also two through trains ilaily to Louisville, Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chicago. ALL TRAINS SOLID VESTI- BULE!). Modern Sleeping Cars. Reclin- ing Chair Cars, Electric Lighted Dinnig Cars. If you contemplate a trip address: P. M Morrow, T. P. A. Houston T. H. Kingsley. T. P. A. Dallas Tex. J. K. Ridgely D. P, A., New Orleans iCfeamfeerlaio's VIC TORY FOR JUDGE HARDY Supreme Court Refuses to Grant Petition for Mandamus. MAYS LOSES EIGHT Cough Remedy The Children's Favorite —CURES--- Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. This remedy Is famous for its...

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