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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 November 1906

? v\;>' 'V* r /u r 'j: V X " I i.J Wm ■ IIP? Wm .V'iV v? y> 1' < fr;,; ••; ,u' I HE STATE HERALD PUBLI8HED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor a Pnopnirro* SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year fl-M Entered ot llifl poatnlilcA at Mexia, Teiai, second-<'la« ■ in )1 matter. It is all ovct* now, shouting and all. The San Antonio fair is now holding the boards, Col. Tom Campbell was elected by the usual majority of 150,00) or. more. And Lyon and his regular ticket came out ahead of the re- organized party. Crane and Cockrell are step- ping high and crowinsr a lot while Bowser is doing the barking. Senator Depew has recovered his health sufficiently to appear in public again for the first time in many months. "Negro ru]e to follow fair election in Cuba," is the head line in a daily paper. Looks like a cloudy election. Col. Tom Campbell made a splendid speech to the old sol- diers at San Antonio last* Satur- day, and the old vets appreciate the good things he said about them. Hurrah for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 November 1906

Wmfwmm W. ' i r. . iM )-f^pSBSpi^pf *' lit ■ 3 ?. THE JOY OF LIVING CAM U FULLY REALIZED WHET* TOD ENJOY GOOD HEALTH "A ht. f tuiiiui The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You Well A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced bv TOR- PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic, Calomel and Quinine. They act as r^nk poisons which vitiate the blood, debilitate the system, and leave a trail of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HER 3- 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 AFTESt OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, s y3: " I was 6ick 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 tliis wonderful medicine too highly." TAKE IT MOWS LARGE BOTTLE. 50c GE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 November 1906

a: <«' > g^SSpKiilr : i '■>'■■ f ,. $ ■•"'• ' • ■ • v •'.' t •• •'-;ysS5! See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE atid TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The State Herald. VOL. 7. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1906. NO. 45 SOME MIGHTY GOOD OFFERINGS ON THIS PAGE THE NEWEST STYLES —IN— LAIES SHOP- PING BAGS 5.00, 4.50, 4.00 3.00 and 1.00 each Novelty Bags 75 and 25c New Shipment of FINE GINGHAMS Beautiful Patterns 12 1-2 and 10c yard A. J. WAGNER & Company s0,;'° colored Distributors of fine Merchandise OUTING FLANNEL ~~~ Dark and Light Colors SOME FACTS PLAID — Elastic Belts jtis with pride we mention a COMPETE LINE of Pui PLAID - Silk Belts Black-beaded Elastic Belts, all new 1.00—75—50 and 25c PLAID COATS For LONG COATS - Black, i _ Brown and Castor at [^!fs;AuAU „ Lnngt1^ ™ 20.00, 18.50, 15.00, 12.50 j 12-d0- 10-00' 7.50 andG.00 and 10.00 '• T r. SKIRTS All beautifully R\T^TCO^ ^ — Tn Tan i n\,n ,, i it-,,, „ ' y V~ ; 1 anuiVtI 11) tne OCat CO.- 0.:ioV'..i uiXy aii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 November 1906

- mmif 'tw! I® - ••• r ' • I ■ ■ ' ' " ■ I ■ -¥ ' % ' t- Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. BEWARE of IMITATIONS. THI GENUINE FMEPAKED ONLY BY Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. SX. LOUIS, MO. For Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. R 1/ & .J ■ ■/ i- II >« M The Best Way East Is via NEW ORLEANS and the -LoMje,& Nashville R. R. With Two Through Trains Daily Washington, Baltimore, Phila- delphia and New York on fast and convenient schedules Also two through trains daily t« Louisville, Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chicago. ALL TRAINS SOLID VESTI- BULE I). Modern Sleeping Cars. In clin- ing Chair Cars Electric Lighted Dinnig 'Cars. If you contemplate 1 tri address: P. M Morrow, T. P. A. uv T. H. Kingsley. T. P. A. Dallas T J. K. Ridgely D. P, A., New Orleans 7.".-.:.a*ss • JNsaaas&metAamiK ..* ^"3 H • j S COURT HOUSE NOTES. Groesbeck Journal. COUNTY COURT—PLEAS OF GU1LY. STATE OF TERAS VS: Wash Simmons (2 cases) vio- lating local option law, fined $20 and 20...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 November 1906

m mi *r Vf^VV 5JB% • N k\ / ip, FL. r* (i'l ■ ' B*> <& ' Don't Neglect Yourself. N88 Sccoud fit reel, Louisville, Ky., April 14, laoa. I have been weak and sickly for the past four years, •Mixed by irregularity and carelcusuefa regarding the laws of health, but about flvo mo th« ago my coiuiltfon tocame very serious. 1 bail severe Im.cUi.cIic cm! nf.'rn d * constant dull pein in my head. I f.p.nit weary, painful days, and miticMble, rest lost) ulgbts. The doctor told mo that I must )>:■"<; patieuce. His utcdlcine did not, however, give me even temporary relief and as I had been tobl of the curative qualities of Wine of Cardui X decided to try it. I found that it relieved mo of pain. Aa my peneral health improved my other troubles' jvere gradually di- minished and after live / weeks' use of the Wine /L,, j> 7-{ / . of Cardui I was once /'Lv /. «C7• -■// . more a well and happy " / woman. if'8KF t" <k Wine of Cardui regulates the menstrual flow, banishes hea."inc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 November 1906

. " I lie STATE HERALD PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N.P. HOUX, Editor a Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 51.00 Enifi'ttil r( tlio pOiit'tllliM) at Mexia, Texas, III iil mutter. i w I L *<■ v The San Antonio fair is now at an end. It was by far the best fair ever pulled off in that neck of the woods. It it said that the Rock Island has purchased the Mexican Cen- tral railroad. That means an in- ternational system the like of i\;hich the world does not now ive. ^t-ate Treasurer Sam Spark?; Jfs announced his appointments, in the list the name of Mr. J. P. Ainesworth of Limestone county. He retains three of the present members of the force. A report from France says King- Alfonso was killed just after returning to Madrid after a short visit to another part of his kingdom. But the report is de- nied in London. Madrid has not yet been heard from regarding the rumor. Go\ Classle Hills Classies. ' The Newspaper Puff. He who arrives in old San An- A Missouri editor says he en- tonio i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 November 1906

WSBHKm;. <' fw ''-'■f..<■■;'■ i; '"vi *■?!>!$#:$ ".'If- * ' Wi im, Local and Personal. ,rTOi>mrgffnrMmvirvCT' I IT Ml® • «k*~ . ST m "TT M wa^i 'u at m fh J';\ ^ A ^ Mu*rf JT^*# JL JB% ML EL it;W Jk * 200 Men's Coals and Vests from ® 1 ©; £% ^ ~ €£:"'% K <C& CJ«« 5 4 r- ^ ••. Y^tOW'^ ^ OUltS & Th.e T ice is Reduced But the Wear is J {is* the Sar. They are too heavy for Summer but Ju st right for now and balaacaof season This is a great Saving; one that happens but once in a life time and no man should miss it as these suits are put on sale for less than half price and it will be your opportunity to clothe yourself for the winter with first class goods at unheard of LOW prices. lasts or 3 'Tl <A ays More < v3 tw*.«j j $ .e, & lway and Saturday First Come First Served and First Gets Best Choice. So Don't Delay But Come With the Crowds and Get First Pick in the Bunch. Men's Suits Broken Lots, $22.50 Suit. In this Sale at Men's Suits That we have one or ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 November 1906

/ f I I. t. ter J Via,*; h vifl '4' ■ • ■ f- * ■■'■"<;••' m ) . A YEAR OF BLOOD. The year o£1903 will long be remem- berud in the home of F. N. Tacket, of Alliance, Ky., :'.s a year of blood; which flowed so copiously from Mr. Tacket's lungs that death seemed very near. He writes: "Severe bleeding frcrn the lungs an i a frightful cough had brought me r.t death's dour, when 1 began taking Dr. King's New Dis- •••. . cry for Consumption, with the a:>: i-ivlsWn: result that after taking f v.- b'jttleii I was completely restored .is time has proven permanently uir-v.." Guaranteed for sore lungs, , and eclds, at Mexia Drug Co. ?. i .■ 50c and $1.0 '. Trial bottio free. .• Visa Nettie Lee Parker and young ladic.3 who w.>re her iG'Ols Saturday and Sunday ' ;:v. ieturnc-d from Tcaguo and I i tlv.'ir duties iw school! Soi.il P &; HE above picture of the! man and fish is the trade-' i mark of Scott'.-: Fniulsion, jo; S. C. Blair,schoolsupcrinU I j3 th<> svnonvin for ! St. Al...

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

wm ffl?■ mffi \ A r Kidneys "Weak Kidneys, surely point to weak kidney Verrei. The Kjdneya, like the Ileart, and the Stomach, find their weaknoM, not in the organ Itself, but in tho nerves that control and guide and strengthen them. Dr. Bhoop's Restorative Is a medicine specifically prepared to reach these controlling nerves. To doctor the KldneyB alone, la (utile. It is a waste of time, and of money at well. If your back aches or in weak, if tho urine scalds, or lsdark and strong, if you havo symptoms of Brlghts or other distressing or dangerous kid- ney disease, try Dr. Shoop's Rostorutlvea month- Tablets or Liquid—and see what it can and will -do for you. Druggist recommend und sell Dr. Shoop's Restorative For Sale by CITY DRUG CO. FOR TWENTY YEARS. Other chill remedies have sprung up, flourished for a brief season, then passed away—even from memory—but for twenty long years Cheatham's Chill Tonic has been in the field of ac- tion. The reason is simple. It has the merit. It actua...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 November 1906

4 f ?' ■ /•* \ PS OPERA HOUSE H. J. Hansen, Manger. Qne Night, Tuesday, Dec. 4. "The Play That is Stirring the Nation" GEO. H. BRENNAN PRESENTS The Sensation of Two seasons THE The Question on Everybody's Lips is, "Have You South afid North ■ ■ ■ ^ «the clansman" Clansman By THOMAS DIXON, Jr. From His Two Famous Novels, "The Leopard's Spots" and "The Clansman" Complete New York Production, Company of Forty Principals, Army of Supernumeraries, Carloads of Scenery, Electrical Effects, and a Troop of Cavalry Horses. WARNING On account of the enormous demand for seats and the fact that many Theatre-goers were compelled to pay excessive prices to specula= tors for choice locations for "The Clansman" engagement last season, the management has decided, in order to protect patrons, to re= ceive mail orders if accompanied by remittance. Not more than ten seats will be sold to any purchaser, pOipC^a Dress Circle • ■ ■ ■ • $1.50 I nlUklh Balance of House = = = $1.00 Seat sale opens Wednesday, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 15 November 1906

to "V '' ||f|pi See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas. The State Herald. vJKsm • ' 1 I sh PPM •il • ;; :iV <T VOL. 7. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, !906, NO. 46 \ SOME MIGHTY GOOD OFFERINGS ON THIS PAGE THE NE EST STYLES —IN— LAIES SHOP- PING BAGS 5.00, 4.50, 4.00 3.00 aud 1.00 each Novelty Bags 75 and 25c LONG COATS - Black, Brown and Castor at - 20.00, 18.50, 15.00, 12.50 and 10.00 RAINCOATS -- Tn Tan, Oxford Grey and Brown 17.50, 17.60, 16.00 15.00 12.50 and lawn at 6.00. All 50 inches long. CHILDREN'S Cloaks- A great line of them in all colors, 7.50 down. Fine selection of them and Correct Styles. "FARCRETE" Petti- coats in Black at 2.50, 1.50 and 1.00 each. Colored Petticoats OUR SHOES — Ladies ' fine shoes—Hanan & Son at 5.00, Selby shoes at 5.00 to 2.50, "Walk over" for ladies 4.00, 3.00. Godman 2.50 to 1.50. Fine Dress Goods No place in Mexia can you find the quality bet- ter and the price more reasonable. THE NEWEST WEAVS HER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 15 November 1906

:f,r ■ ' ' 1 i ■ • ' ** — IHC STAIE HERALD published every thursday. n. p. houx, Editor * Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 11.00 Entered at the postoftiee at Mexia, Toxas, as seeoud-clii-'i mail matter. The republicans elected state ticket in Colorado. the Missouri has returned to the democratic column, having elec- ted the entire democratic ticket last Tuesday. The Kosse Cyclone came out 16patres again this week, full of good reading matter and sev- eral page ads The Cyclone is a good all round paper anyway. Governor Beckham of Kentuc- ky was elected to the United States senate, and when he takes his seat in that body he will be the youngest man there, being yet under 40. President Roosevelt and party are now on the high seas en- j route to Panam, and it the( first j time a president ever leii. the j shores of the United States while j serving in office. | Army officers believe that the; Brownville outrage can be traced directly to the Booker Washing- ton incident at. the wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 November 1906

■ 'Mfii ■ V..1 MS J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The State Herald. vol. 7. mexia, texas, thursday, november 29, 1906. no. 47 1 |H o A y ! O d: o £2 EE a d o We are author= ized agents for The Ladies Home • Journal Patterns 15c and 10c. CIRCULAR SHAWLS. $2.00.1.50 and 1.00 Each. Ladies' lln. Suits. All Sizes 50 Cents. Misses' Un. Suits. at 85c, 75c, 65c, 50c and 35c. 1 LADIES' WOOL I If you contern- VESTS-PAN ! S. I piate ajjtrip to the ?1,0(\ ' old home and, you a Garment. 7 _____ i nppH a Ladies' Shop. Bags. $6.00, 5.00 and down to 35c. A. J. WAGNER & CO. Mexia, Texas. TRSte,! Trunk or Suit Case, STEAMER TRUNKS >' at $10.98. | you will find your SUIT CASES , . $12.50 to $1.50. | wants here. CLOTHING. *0R THE SWELL DRESSER, we have the Latest Cuts in tho -strongest line of Men's Ready Made Garments in the country. If you've put oft' buying, wo are in a posi- tion to give you what you want. Men's Suits at and down. Men's Overcoats at and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 November 1906

wM WHITE'S a r. Cream Vermifuge THE 6UARAHTEE0 WORM r- REMEDY the children's favorite tonic. •cwark of imitations. thk ainuine prepared only ■* Ballard-Snow Liniment Co* • T. LOUIS, MO. For Sale by MEXIA drug CO. 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 two through trains daily to Louisville, Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chicago. ALL TRAINS SOLID VESTI- J BULED. Modern Sleeping Cars. Reclin- ing Cthair Cars, Electric Lighted Dinnig^Cars. If you contemplate a trip address: P. ilil Morrow, T. P. A. Houston T. H. Kingsley. T. P. A. Dallas Tex. J. K. Ridgely D. P, A., New Orleans AN EXPRESS TRAIN j i . ' " 'i 11 A Will Be Operated By. Wells Fargo On The H. & T.C. KISFXZZXBKSSX Chamberlain's cei ceiveu ^ derson r gress. ife to like convc T1 V' \ \ Jough Remedy The Children's Favorite .--CURES--- Coughs, Colds, Croup and "Whooping Cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 November 1906

VI vViv 1$ W J P led ret) Stomach troublo Is but n symptom of. and not In itself a true disouso. Wn think cf Dyspepsia, Heartburn, and Indlgegtlon as ruai disensos, yet they are symptoms only of a curtain speciflo Nerve sickness—notli In® olsc. It was this fact that tirat correctly lot! Dr. Bhoop In t^e creation of that now very ropiilar Stomach Remedy—Dr. Shoop's Ru.<torutivo. Going direct to the stomach norvus, alone brought that success and favor to Dr. jshoopnncl Ins Kestoratlve. With- out that original tirxl highly vital principle, no aueli krtina acooniyli iliniiMits woro ever to be had. For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad breitn and saik v '•omplcxlon, try Dr. Hhoop's Bestorotivc.—To I or Liquid—and sun for your, self what it can and will do. Wo Sriil and cheer* fully recommond J Dr. Shoop's RestiraHvi l-or Sale by CITY DRUG CO "For years I starved, then I n 50 cent bottlo of Korlol Dyspepsia | Curs, and what that bottle benefited ' all the gold in Georgia cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 November 1906

I / I-.", ' 1 / ! CONDITION OF KNOWN BY BACK OF HEAD. Physicians Have What Thay Say la a Certain Method of Identification. booked BANKING Locals. plays here this season, and you Tehuacana, Tex., Nov. 18, 19C6. should should show your appre- Dcar Herald:—Tehuacana has ciation by seeing them. He has been in the swim recently, another still the outlook Arrows brighter. Recently parties have been here prospecting for the location of a rock crushing plant; we have the rock in plenty and to spare. There is talk of putting in a 3pur switch up to the business part of town in order to accommo- date a big gin plant, if the T. & B. V., will put in the spur, the capitalists, Moody, Nelson, Col- lins, Vannoy and others will put lip the\ig gin in plenty of tune for nextVmning season. The cot-tWi crop was immense in this section this year; and yet other towns reta'ize the benefit of it. Church goeis were greeted with quite a surprise here Sun- day, for unheralded came Rev. T. J. Ogburne, of We...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 November 1906

:II1P I i>J V >•,'••> Si&M ' ' /FWWtT* • ' KjW v • •? Hlttll r?A 'V V M- ; ' //', <*/ .,- f<5 t 'v ■ v Insanity, , Death or HeaJlh? Mrs. D, Mi-Hodges and.'^fifl- dVeh ahdA<Miss Lizzie JacksoiT have Returned to their "home in Palestine, after a pleasant visit r' | tO'their ! parents,• ''Mr. and t C' R't ;'M,- ''Ta^l/n/m tn'ytViba V- No. 8807 L6ou t Strwit, ' bt.lov- "—u< -*• k victim of ■leeplesaneM oaths, unable to get 07 LjOobii otre« ; tj v\ iuib. Mo., March , IWti. ana' eitrema' niSrrouinM* Jaekson, iri.thte City. ' * ''y.'." :: i.:'. M'rSr In. n.nlaw;«,reit ac — feel lift tired' lUtd wora out continuaTlyj1 f wdtfiHlij1 frrltau^ WME«MD0I • .< ' • • \ 1 Wft want to call vourirttention to the complete and immediate relief Mm Best secured by taking Wine of Ciurdui. Within a week after slio he- ron "taking Wine of Cardui, Mrs. Beat had her first good night s rw t for eighteen months. Her restlessness was caused by nervousness and W me of Cardui, as the bes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 November 1906

' limsmM 9m ■?«W: ., rif >\ a s- STATE NCRALB MU.|«MKD EVERY TMU*«OAV. N. • . HOUX. Ewrta * Phwwitm $wm BUBSCRIPTtON RXTCT: (MM Tmt I | I HK ?'vK . . . 1 1 | I I I I '! * . f h ti vs \ \ if'/.' $ vjf'' *' v. a a v.,, . A laMnd *t tb« pottufflM at 1M«, Tim. aa Mcoa4-«U* mmil The Waters Pierce Oil company is to be tried on its merits, and now we will see what we'll see. W. T. Patton has retired from the editorial management of the Teague Chronicle, and as yet his successor has not been an nounced. A young lady, Miss Zena Dol- rymple, was elected county and district clerk in Uvalde county at the late election, as the demo- cratic nominee. It is believed that Gov. Camp- bell will announce his appoint- ments right after Thankgiving. The delay is to allow all of the boys to have something to hope ^or- Col. Campbell spent two davs in Dallas meeting his friends who want their friends appointed to office, and it is expected that he will make up the list and an- nounce it shortly. It is be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 November 1906

I «v ■ HH N ' 1)1 i A« ■!.. —1111 "I DRY GOODS % 4 Specials in Clearance Sale --0-- / 25c Figured Lawns 15c All regular 25c large Flowered Organ- dies and Lawns special price in IC* Clearance Sale Mb 15c Lawns 12 l-2c ~ Great assortment of figured lawns and batistes worth 15c special price 101a in Clearance Sale IC2u 12 l-2c Lawns 10c All 12 l-2c Figured Lawns will be IAa reduced in Clearance Sale to lUu 5c Lawns 3 l-2c About 30 or more pieces Lotus and Scotch Lawns—the best 5c Lawns on the market—big variety of patterns, for this clearance sale we will QEp offer 10 yards for Owu 13c White Lawn at 12 l-2c 15 and 18c qualities of India Linons ex- tra good values at the reqular j 01 a price, special for clearance sale. \L'l\j 5 and 10c Laces at 5c One lot Torchon (cotton) Laces in many widths and patterns, prices ranging from 5c up to 10c a yard, during clear- ance sale the entire lot offered at Cp a yard Ju LACE'S SPECIAL During "Clearance Sale all unmatched pieces of Valenciennes la...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 November 1906

W: ife IS L pur JU-lLj.JJSSBg •^.0VI A3:r vM « «gjri . i WJMAT .«« XVOUHX JOf Wrnf) pw *«®xng i a*w «n J (MU'WINHU i(ir«|tV VN*|l *!*M •MJ 00" 15 H 300 •ajJd SOlU^i PK SHUi'C hlOI.LdWilShll i J UJ AJ0JIO0S!Q~ M8(I sjtaM'JQ.!, sowni 3hx sano omvh Honoo^npi 5 ■tpwiwijiii 'wwMBjniiiwinp'nwwnMgwiLiM^BWwrTr'n FOR QUICK BUSINESS or pleasure trips to the North and Northeast, via St. Louis, to the South and Southeast via Memphis, THE IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Furnishes a Superior Service, The most approved Dining Car Service, Through, large, commodious and Elegant'-/ Furnished Sleepers and the Latest model of comfortable Chair Cars. Heavy steel raila and rock ballast. For information, please see local 'cket a^cnt, or address E. O. GRIFFIN, SOUTHWEST CRN PA3SCNCCH AOS NT, SAN AN TO 'i I O , OR W . C. TOWN8ENO, OENEH'L f fc.t«-FNOCR MID T CKET AOr.N* 1 T. LOUlS. To Eastern and Northern Summer Resorts The Louisville ati l Nashville railroa affords the fastest time and finest ser- vice from New Orlea...

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