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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 November 1906

mMzm rjfpf "• ft WW ivy T?'-m ■ ,'w -%A , ;,pJi ' stfla THE JOY OF LIVING CAM Ha rnxi BEAUZED whbn tou ENJOY GOOD HEALTH DC g & I fcl & 11* Death of Mrs. Nellie Bennett, Mrs. Nellie Bennett, wife of Henry J. Bennett, died Friday night at the family residence in Datura, after an illness of several weeks with slow fever. Mrs. Bennettwas the daughter of Mr. and MrsW. N. Odom who reside near the city Mr. I The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You Well A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR- PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do rot All 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 a*id 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. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 November 1906

/■'v"'r' ■ ' ' III?1' IMrrlr < <i . *•:?$ - !■ !VT; "Vy ■ '' local an& personal. | KSJfe! "n1 Vote for W. C. Frazier for county clerk. "Fred Karner Sr., is having a a new yard fence built at his residence, RosCoe Cook and Dick Jackson arj attending a shoot at Corsi- cana given by the Central Texas League. A good reunion lot for sale or rent. Apply at this office. The new maple floor is being put down in the city hall. It will be finished in a few days. A Board of equalization is in session at the office of city Asses- sor and Collector D. L. McDonald. Messrs. J. Desenberg, D. F. Hughes and R. E. Steele consti- tute the board. Before placing your orders for job work figure with our solicitor. Phone 19 and he will call'at am time. W. A. Keeling and C. S. Brad- ly of Groesbeck had business here last night. Mrs. Geo. M. Wood is in Tyler visiting relatives. New Ruby and Pearl rings and Studs at Pittman's. -J. P. Walling of Thornton is in the city looking after his inter- ests. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 December 1906

h for FIRE, LIFE and TO State MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1906. i LADIES HOME JOURNAL PATTEKNS 15c and 10c, Ask for Fashion Sheets. Thev are FREE. lQ $10.95 Q buys any of our regular $20 Suits. We have at this price the Mannish Coat Suits. The English Box Coat in Novelty Mixtures. These Suits at the above prices will be as cheap to you as the materials, and you can get fitted so easily. $13.05. You can pick any of our regular $18.50 Suits. Colors Navy Blue, Brown, Black, trimmed in pine braids and velvet satin lined. This is an asionishingly low figure for this lot. $17.50, 16 50, 15.oO, 12.50, 10.98, 10.00 and down. Satin lined. L "FAVORITE" PETTICOATS, We have some fine values at in Mercerized Satmes, Black and Colors $14.95 Startling Reduction/* in our Ready=to°wear Department. We have decided to make some very extraordinary LOW PRICES. In fact the regular prices on our Suits are far below the city price, and the goods are strictly up-to-date. We guarantee them ■ to be co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 December 1906

ror Sale b> 16 BesHWy East ria NEW ORLEANS and the luisvilie & Nashville R. R. With Two Through Trains Daily [ashington, Baltimore, Phila- delphia and New York fast and convenient schedules 'Also two through trains daily to |ouisville, Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chicago. TRAINS SOLID VESTI- BULED. Modern Sleeping Cars. Reclin- ing Chair Cars, Electric Lighted Dinnig Cars. If vou contemplate a trip iddress: Morrow, T. P. a. Houston Kingsley. T. P. A. Dallas Tex. Ridgely D. P, A., New Orleans hamberlain's 5gh Remedy Children's Favorite • --CUKES--- Croup and Cough. Itfl for cure" over i world. It can mum. (i contain* no Jul drug find may be 5 ti ?mby ua to r.n adult ;iz9. 60 CtS. I eet and e lips are thin those are the lips issed many a hot tear chilish cheeks, and re the sweetest lips in the The eye is dim, yet it s with the soft radiance that er dies. Ah! yes, she is a dear 5ld mother, txe sands of life are nearly all run out, but feeble as she is, she will go farther, and rea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

'T ' : . ' 0 SM 1 : j>, irVRBJK ' ' 'v^'l?'' if ■ *6 ■*>■.'? • '' . • . ' f I -V. X See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, riexia, Texas. ■ v- i; . |S1 jfiL The State Herald. vol. 7. mexia, texas, thursday, december 13, 1906. NO. 49 . tsmmoEEEmiMM Ladies Home Journal Patterns 15 and |0e Style book free for the asking 50c 25C O ZaSt a For the Boys Sweaters 75 and Gloves 1.00 to Handkerchiefs Hose 25c and down Shirts 75c and down Hats $2.00 and down CLOTHING $7.50 Suit and down OVERCOATS $10.00 and down Underwear $1.50 Suit and down Ties 75c and down Suspenders 50c and down Caps 75 to 25c Union Suits 75c down SHOES $3 to $1.00. Knea Pants 1.50 and down Belts, Leggins, Etc. We are making Special Prices ' On our entire line of CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS MIHI'IH||11| IHI WIIIWI'I IglWiLI—.1.1 This year of plenty and all have some one they wish to remember. We have bought liberally of substantial gifts suitable for the Father, Mother, Wife, husband or friends. Visit ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

im fuge ' ■■■,• :*■ ;V' " IDE 6UAIMTEEB WORM \-y REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. acwane or imitations. TMI OCNUINS PIILPACICO ONLY RV Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. ©T. Lotus, MO. For Sale by r,;EX!A DRUG CO. 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 Yorlf on fast and convenient schedules Also two through trains daily to 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: SbMM. BY W. K. DOVL* As the world grows older it seems that our political bosses and office holders are bent on expensive government. This declaration applies to our National government in general and our State government in particular. I assume that people are more curious or excitaole than former- ly and do therefore more easily succumb to the burden of ex- cessive t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

:-k<l Jm Those attractive that ara being put TmJ af Maiherhood I #omd tar ai OUTMlf ■* w«llju to . . and although wv'longed for a Altf to Me. I baii^uutaat riuilBf k«ulu-l«vi pulliair Ua^Wk rpj link* wljh Ifwiwl ttODUMH WndVI Win* of Cardui. The,a lay natn) haslik tmpro after 18 v.-ttoks I *u vail. Ina« tha old tuil nur huaband )•(>■ SSI S3RS months old iu t mr tor your fralaudla ' l¥ou Without, oMir Md oultl lu « I oWlOWws. la^Uad ot msm/amom several different roads leading to and from Mexia are being paint- ed and designed bj Mr. Ed. Wil- der, a first class painter. The notice made in these columns several days ago that the work was being done by W.E.Damro* was a mistake, and we make this correction that the work of Mr. Wilder can be seen and appre- ciated. bill boards Berry Tillman, the negro who at m th killed a young man by the name Wina of Caxdui U the moat •uoceaiftl a regulating monatruntion, Wine ol Cardui from tho entire foiuala lism ■ad Um r«g«Utac. Wr b«a inflammat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

y$v. .. JttMHi ■MHHHI y f &IJ .. ( ^JP5aa^J|. ■Hi >* :<** f V' • .1 ;< I HE STATE HHMLI mittLianeo BVBHV TKUMMY. N. P. HOUX, EMfM A PMMtCTM suaocittrnoH ba3 i One Year P^M EohtoJ at ih« M MiHi, TW , a* 8*couti-c4a«i n %A wtHtf. 'T«7TiiT——a«ggai basaagsa ii iv v President Smith of the Mormoji church was recently fined $300 for having too many wives. As he is the father of 43 children he ought to appeal to Teddy to re- mit the fine. SENATOR BAILEY'S STATE- MENT. The long looked for statement of Senator Bailey, in answer to the Davidson open letter, is out and it was published in the state papers on Friday. It is a clear cut. open and above board statement and ought to prove to any fair minded man that Bai- ley has not been guilty of any wrong. a In this statement he gives dates and circumstances under which he borrowed certain sums of money from H. C. Pierce, and which he repaid with interest. Is there any- thing wrong in such a transac- tion? He positively asserts that h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

Personal. "TV' m '■ 51 •f; % V-I * f i. f fa| Aren«tt, or N ■IviUy, not on* „ •u, rtu*iiy oidlall and hidden tiny lltlk : , , Tr . i tjjin ubfcure wmidys and Kathe- to their home ih,"'th; ™thou' visit to Mrs. t| fail, ami th fI. flu IUSH camu contro. Tills clwnrly tx Shoop'B IUi:t<irtt(|0,'f4-rnnn>q forw. uhm.aKll r" lttma" S- the ouuiiu of all tj . lnfr licart ,1)ttr,^ns at P ittman s. popular itrmcrjl TTr «<uk mid v.u. W. W. King are Hii\'ouU"ou(n Ennistoday the SSftE? C. a. Kennedy. Watches at Pittman. Or R r i ted'pitchers at Pitt- Iartin of Waxahachie ! city Tuesday on busi- :s Charley and Oneda ?~lt of Groesbeck were guests "fteses Corley and Fannette ite for the Clansman last ;ht. / /Hand painted plates at Pitt- /lan's. Alarm clocks at Pittman's. John Brown of Groesbeck at- tended the show here last night. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oliver of Groesbeck attended the opera here last night. W..tch charms at Pittman's. Fine gold parasols at Pittman. Tom Cox and wife of Groesbeck a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

iPPPl mi® ■? IW1 Ffl ..:%<V \ > A Ed Wood left Friday afternoon for Guadalajara, Mexico, where he was summoned by telegram to take a position with a surveying party that is working on railroad work. Ed was with the T. & B, V. party that surveyed the first line from here to Houston and his record was always first class and he stood high in the estima- tion of his employers. . This Mexico position was offered him by a man he never saw, but who had evidently heard of Ed's work through others. It is a good po- sition, and he deserves it, for he- is a splendid and reliable young man. We ivith his many friends here wish him a safe journey to the far away caliente country and that he may continue to prosper as he deserves. §100 REWARD, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

i '' ^^iri'w''-V^ fv'?•' 'l Plf, ii : vrk VvP 0 sfe ■ / i < J Heart < * > > Heart Btmwth. «r Heart Weak**. iuiia W«p (trencti*. or Ntrre Weakma*—liolhlmr wore. Po - Mvuly. not one weak heart in a hundred ie, in It «lf. ui-tually <UwMod. It ta nlntuKt always a hidden tiny Utile nerve that rwiliy i« all ut tault. HiIh cheouw! u rve—the Ctardiac, or Lleurt Nerre —simply need*, and must lm«e, more power, more liability, more couponing, kiore (overuinc •OmiibUi. Without tluil the Heart rat continue CODKT BOOSE ROTES. Groesbeck Journal, COMMISSIONERS COpRT. The commissioners court met in call session Thursday for the purpose of closing up the busi- ness of the fiscal year and start- ing: the new administration off to Jn.il, anil the etomuch ai«l khkiey* alet) iiuve pho following Orders WCfC enter- luge came controlling iierrwt. j eu: Tills cleerly explain* why. a* a rurdltiue, Dr, tihoop'n Rertoratlvn has in tin- part done 10 much for weak and aW'i* Hearts. Dr. Hlioep first...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

.v>y:s as m , 1 !L \ CONDENSED. —RUNT ■ ~«T. IQUta MQ- When You Paint Next It's your fault if you don't save 25% on your bill and at the same time buy the paint that is the closest-stinking, furthest-spreading and longest-lasting paint in the world. We guaranteo HAMMAR PAINT to wear for fiva years. HAMMAR PAINT comes in condensed form. You put the oil in yourself. "Gallon of Oil for Gallon of Hammar; no more, no less." Hftmmar manufacture stops at the proper pqint —with the right,driers in and the oil left out; then $ou can see just what oil is put in—pure Linseed Oil._ "Paint lives only as long as the oil in it lives." When you put the oil in you know the paint is absolutely fresh and new, and Its strength—the strength and sticking power of the oil—is not eaten out by the lead and driers. Contractors, painters and house owners the country over declare it has better spreading qualities, backed by stronger staying power, than any other paint—factory, Bhop or home-made—that they ha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

'j '■" '■ ■■' r ■ 11 ■ ;■,! ifflpsssl K\ ■ i¥ ": l>t: Local and Personal, A first-clasa dinner will be served Friday at the Bazaar for 50c. < Mr. and Mrs. Billy Johnson have returneclfrom a visit north. Large diamond rings at Pitt- man's. Fresh home made candies will be on sale at the Bazaar. Don't fail to see the Peddlers parade at the Bazaar. ' All of our merchants are get- ting ready for a big Christmas o business and they will no doubt ^sell the goods. Solid gold cuff buttons at Pitt- WO , antnan s. abso Mrs. M. E. Daniel has|returned Addfom a trip in the Territory ^on'/here she went to visit a sister. Mrs. Louis Scharff and chil- dren have returned to Gi-oesljpck after a pleasant visit to relatives here. Ladies fancy hair barrettes at Pittman's. "* Ladies and gents solid gold ivvatches at Pittman's. W. B. Smith has returned from Dallas where he has been to lay I in a supply of Christmas goods' ' Wine sets at Pittman's. Cut glass water sets at Pitt- man's. Alfred Burgess r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

V' ■ ,' v. <■ ■, ' :; ••'•It*: f v Ofe! "#* &{&'• ' iPfr ■■'•-:• - ; fHlll m i >.."*• •, • ■ ■ " ■ 1 . j . •' it#-' i . v ■ ..i <.>*•* ••> . 4 . ■" ape I —- ■. • ?' ? 1 TT 6lau4 Mathls h«8 resided hi* position as cashier at the Wells Fargo express office and is again chief clerk in the post office. "wfcm Knighti of Pythiat Eleet Offleeri. At the meeting'of Travis Lodge Ho.'20, Knights of Pythias, held Thursday night the following of- ficers were elected for the ensu- ing term: W. B. Kendrick, C. C. Rev. W. F. K^rby, V. C. Dr. F. P. Peyton, Prelate. J. P. Anderson, M. of W. J. F. Cogdell, K. of R. and S. D. H. Gibson, M. of F. J. W. Kincheloe, M. of E. S. F. Carroll, M. at A. Tom Best, I. G. W. A. Randell, 0. G. Dr. R. B. Jackson, Trustee for ttoree years. J. P. Anderson, Grand Repre- sentative for two years. R. W. Cosnahan, D. G. C. $100 REWARD, ?100. The venders of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

mmj t ~:; ■'' 'v: '?| ^ y",;' y:^>j' '" ••*' ■-' ■■!" r?v'.\ i ■■■ ;/'<■ '• • . < mmm I EPS m Cent?, yi BRAZOS .ey Trouble now it. u Find Oat. common glass with your stand twenty-four hours; a .sediment or set- tling Indicates an unhealthy condi- tion of the kid- ney yojr I..,*.. . evidence of kid- ney .rouble; tc frequent desire to pass ii or pain in the back Is alr,u ccnvlrtcing proof that the kidneys a.id blad- c.r arc out of order. TV"tint to Do. 'J hsre is comfort in the knowledge so cfisn expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Koot, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism, puin in the tack, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part nf the urinary passage. It corrects inability .j hold water and scalding pain iri passing it. or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant rscessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extra- ordinary effect of Sw...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

w .-"tf I «; t, ■ ft & I I I I \ \ THE STATE HERALD PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. I*. HOUX, Editor * Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year fl.Qt yEntered at the po tofflce at llexla, Texa , u ••oond-clat* mail matter. TOM CAMPBDLL AND REBATING. The Weakness of the Charge Shows to What the Opposition is Coming. The charge that has been made by some of the opponents of Tom Campbell that he granted rebates while manager of the I. & G. N. in violation of the law has been sifted down to one of the weakest campaign tricks extant. It is so thin that it will not hold water at all, and the fact that some of Mr. Campbell's opponents "con- tinue to make the charge shows to what narrow limits they are getting for campaign thunder. They threatened to publish a photograph of one of the rebate vouchers, but as yet they have not done so. " Judge Bell has been using one of them in his speeches. Here it is: A voucher, or bill of one T. F. Smith of Crockett, Texas, against the I. & G. N. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

c i V I Contracts Lets for Shops, Passenger Station and Offices at Teague Costing Over $100,000. M. Sweeney, vice presi dent and general manager of the Trinity and Brazos Valley, last night made tlv following an- nouncement by wire from Mexic. You may announce that tb :• Trinity and Brazos Valley Rail- way Company let contracts he.-e today for construction of shop buildings and passenger statior- and office building to be cor structed at Teague at a cost o over $100,000. F. Denning &: Co. was award the contract for construction of buildings and American Dieset Engine Com- pany for two 120-horsepower en- ,. gines. The shops are to be oper- ated and lighted by electricity, ^furnished by the General Electric Company's ninety-six K. W. gen- erators. ''—Dallas News. A sweet breath adds to the joys of si kiss. You wouldn't want to kiss your wife, mother, or sweetheart with a bad breath. You can't have asweet breath without a healthy stomach. You can't have a haalty stomach without per...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

,v,„; . _ %■ , Y ? v r " ■■:}. ^r-vW ^t4(^'V.Y *3 c \ £■ IS® $100 REWARD 1! Mitt A CASE or CKILLS AND FEVER THAT CANNOT BE CU«£D BY Ball's dl (ure lb! BrR't .'"""ic fur nahrin, Chills dim FtiVsf, Ai>J8. PumD ClilllS, ClIlOBI ED.1 Ueatiti'iii KsvF.r. Lnlarzed S^sen, Colds, taiutbiib. ff'-ddache. Debility, Tired Feeii::i BiiiousiiGs^, falsness, Undtfe, Mowss, Loss nf addb- iits, e 10 HAKliLESS, EFFECTIVE, urn PLEASANT. Contains no Poison. PRICE 50 CENTS Hill only bjr —— TRADE MARK THe Hd!i Rcmntly (0. DALLAS, TEXAS Iowa, La, July (t. 1904. The Hall Remedy Co., Dallas Teaaa. P«*rSirn: 1 hare tried a wrreat many Chill remedial but have four.d nom* equal to Hall'H Chill Cure for Ma'aria. A few years past I had * anvere attack ol hills and Fever and tool; inanv kinds of Chill cur**-', hut they did no good and I just had to wear them out. They commenced "n me la*t y<*ar the Kanif way, but in a w"se form A friend rrcom- mended llalPs Chill Cure and i took it. It broke up u« Chills and...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

1 mw'~ \4 NEW JttEXlA. Our Celebration of June 27 is Now History. "HAS DONE HERSELF PROUD." • That Was the Unanimous Verdict of Our Visitors Concerning the Big Parade and Barbecue. * / Our big celebration is now his- Sparks, candidates for state tory. It has gone down in his- treasurer; and J. J. Terrell and tory as a turning point in our C. E. Gilbert, candidates for progressive little city. We did land conwnissloner. not pronounce the verdict, neith- j The candidates had a large and er do we now pronounce it. but j attentive audience. ' ' we merely give you the verdict; At 2:30 p. m. there was a of our visitors. A News reporter on his rounds briefly interviewed a number of influential citizens from all points of. the State and their expres- sions made us feel that the many weeks of patient toil and the $3,500 cash expended by the various committees and the enterprising business firms and individuals was not in vain, but had reached the spot. A former citizen of Mexia said "That pa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

t ^ V % ■ 0m _ . _ for Rheumatism, Cuts, |gl 1 |*ft Sprains, Wounds, Old JMi WUI Kf VUI V Sores. Corns, Bunions. Galls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles. Lame Back, Stiff Joints, Frosted Feet, Bums, Scalds, etc. AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Inflam- mation, and drives out Pain. _ PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles natural elasticity. BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM Mrs. E. A. Simpson, 500 Crnig St., Knoxville, ,Tenn., writes: " I have been trying the baths of ^Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I [get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment Ithan any medicine or anything I have ever tried. Ilnclosert find postoffice order for $1.00. Send rua llarge bottle by Southern Express." HREE SIZES: 25c, SOc AND $1.00 BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE Hard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. GOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY lexi • Orng Company. Miss Aline Ward has retur...

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