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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

'fSWp'V.y- •<■%••• M8P ?ife-y ^ ' ■ v'V *•; : *MM *•. .. • y\ V-' «^X- .,.-c PUffW*. ^ * In Womanly Ailments and Weaknesses Dick Naylor and the Postmasters. Mr. J. B. Baldwin, alias Dick Naylor, the veteran representa- tive of the Dallas-Galveston Dr. Shoop's Night Cure Soothes, Heals News, was in Mexia a few and Cures while the Patient Sleeps. hours Thursday enroute home from Marlin where he had The beat remedy which physicians know for , , . , . . ,, Femuie vv«uum ssee is comiioaud of pans of a been attending' the meeting 01 certain white Ills'. To this aro added other .. ■ remedies whloh draw out th« poisons and hoal the postmasters. the Intlanied membranes. This soothing antl- rT . ,, t-,,- septlo local application Is known by Ui-ukkIbm He lett With 115 H llttte souv0- anil physicluna everywhere as Du. Snoop's , , , . , . Night cuuk "because.^it cures while the pa- nit* that had been prepared for the murnlni! finds the . . tion, tim discharges, postmasters meeting. It is a ne...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 December 1906

I Rf' " '<*T , ■MM ■ S ? <wm s ; Communiauted, Lets look the situation square in the face and try to decide who of the four candidates will do the best by the people. First, some argue that we-need no change; lets let well enough alone: that the state is prosper- ous and overy one should be con- tented with the situation. We do not deny that prosperity reigns to a certain extent, iv.it it is in spite of the malignant hand of corporate greed and an empty treasury But can Judge Bell tell u ; why we have been and are paying more for flour (with the roccnt most abundant, harvest; tha i ever before since the war? Pine timber, we admit, is grow- ing scarcer every year, but th? supply has not falen off so fa. t wit) th >asses? Are not each of the honorable gentlemen riding on them today while he is paying his fare? They nave been asked to answer that and to date all have failed to see or hear it. Then they try to make a great to do over the exempting of homesteads. Now that is tu ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 December 1906

See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The State Herald. vol. 7. mexia, texas, thursday, december 20, 1906. no. in Christmas Bells. * M;;' * j**#®- 1 n ■>'f 4 wmmz ■•v:/ •. •• A CHRISTMAS CAROL Words Written by Martin Luther for His Little Son, Hans. Music Specially Composed by Josiali Booth. > * J 1 ! ggeJTWTg =4= ±c±=t ii From hcav'n a-ocve to earth i come. To bcau good htm jo tv 'whom-, he f i ll UM • r rlri^g' ^ p^FrT77 fTf Hit ? ;Wf Glao rid-mod orokar joy I m a, Whck-of I now will my and amo jsul&l To you this night is born a child Df Mary, chosen mother mild; This little child, of lowly birth, Shall be the Joy or all the earth. Tis Christ our Ood who far on high Hath heard your sad and bitter cry; rlimBelf will your salvation be, •ilniself from Bin will make you tree. He brings those blessings, long ago Prepared by God l'or all below; Henceforth His Kingdom open stands To you, as to the angel bands. These are the tokens ye shall m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 December 1906

' f ■ .1 g ■ Resolutions of Respeot. Death has again invaded our ranks and has taken from us one of our best and most beloved members in the person of our Sister Annie M. Steen. After weeks of suffering she was, on the morning pf Dec. 10th, 1906, relieved of her suffering. Her pure and noble spirit was taken back bv the infinitely wise and ever merciful One Who gave it. While loving friends and neighbors who knew her best to love her, have consigned to the dust her earthly remains, there to await the final resurrec- tion, her grief stricken and broken hearted husband and the little motherless children r^who will miss her kind and constant care so much will find no conso- lation save in the tho ught that He doeth all things well. Bow- ing in meek submission to this dispensation of His providence, Be it resolved by Mexia Lodge No. 95, Knights and Ladies of Honor- First. In the death of our Sister, Annie M Steen, this Lodge has lost one of its most faithful members, the community one o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 December 1906

Rw?'" ■"' ,V Yj ■ raty&'&i •'• - Weak Women To weak and ailing worwn, thrrs la t least on* vray to help. But witti that way, two treatments, must bo oombined. One Is local, one t coneUtu- tlonul, but both uro important, both essential. Dr. Shoop's Niglit Cure is the Local. Dr. Shoop's R(*tf)niUTB, t#m ConstftnMonal. 9he former—Or. Shoop's MlffM Oum—Is a topi sal mucous inombnuio suppository remedy. while Dr. Shoop's Restorative Is wholly a Internal treat' mont. The IUstoruUve ri-ache* throughoot the entire system, socking the repair ot all nerve, all tissun, ami all blood allmenta. The "Night Curo", m itu name UapllflS, does Its work while you slitop. It soothes sore and luiaB- ed mucous sorfao s, heals local weakuesses aud discharges, while Uie U'*U>rati «, easus unrrous pxciteinent, sir its renewed vigor aud ambition, builds up wasted lutu'ts. bringing alxiut rnuuwitd strength, vigor, und ituergy. Take Dr. Bhoop's RogtoraUva—TublotsorLUiuld—asa general toni# to the syst...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 December 1906

LRALD *Y THURSDAY. XTOfi 4 Proprietor IPTTON RATES: .fl.O# LpoitoOlce at Mexia, Tuti, 1 mail matter. JEXT WEEK. le the Herald |want to take a ig the holidays the office want fThe next issue 5rd, 1907, when all about the jw the people be of the paper the holiday mat- will offset the mis- Tissue next next week, all of our readers A Phristmas and A Happy sar, and all sorts of pros- rduring the year to pome. Estimated that there will 'over a dozen votes cast fist Bailey in the legislature. |whv that many, even? * Jck has withdrawn his ap- Ithe United States court, r. Higgins will be asked jute his death sentence to risonment. j.'o soldier, member of as 25th infantry, has lanced to ten years in the Tth military prison for language to a superior fw York special says "Fish president of the Mutual the policy holders win." it does not neccessarily Ihat all of the policy hold- ' suckers. fbmes from Washington that gident is preparing to six , more messages to ^on as many special lis it possib...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 December 1906

' / '<*#■ , Herald. ■iwrT" |l||f§ 4 I f mm >) Cl itss HAPPY LAND isjajjijy Itutb! Sappy lanb! ttlou't you rotur auil Ioitt our baud, lUitlir auil gay, mi the uiay So SCriH IKriuglr'u Sfulihay? fljappy laith! ifiapptj laitM tBou't you roiuf aub lahr our Ijauii? flflrrrily. tljua uir go ffio tljr Canft of ftUntlrtor! -VYROH WILLIAMS Copyright. 1906 atics; j

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 December 1906

SSSP PWSSH? - WAT IMPOMIBLK TO MAM. Acrobatic "Stunt" C n Onfy Be Dew by Woman. Man may claim for himself the physical prowess of his roue, but there is a surprise in store for him. In the gymnasium anywhere, any woman may accomplish easily a muscular feat that not the greatest xthlete in the world mnv do. It is n s,:r.;>v e:.t:er.!i!ent t'.iat .nay be made in any pari nr. The prerequisites are a stretch of per- pendicular wall, so that the base- board will not project beyond its line, a chair tipped over, and a careful observance of the rules of (he contest. In order to get the upright sur- face in the wall, it may be neces- sary to go to a door-facing. Stand- ing in front of it. place the tip of one shoe against the upright eur- face at the floor level; put the other foot behind the first foot, with the toe touching the heel; then plue the first foot alongside the other foot close up, with the heels firmly on the floor and the knee* tog h.er. In this upright standing posture, t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 December 1906

at Cost! iFOR FIFTEEN DAYS ONLYw i , . >v t ALL BOYS CLOTHING • @ IS l':'j H [3 AI! winter goods sold at prices not heard of. § The Hardest stock you can find to select from of all II kinds of VERY GREAT In Millinery i 1 !'! I i Clothing, Onrcoats anil Shoos. M UST' Q 9 GSloaJhtstc. ALL KINDS OF HEAVY DRESS GOODS. A LARGE . , STOCK OF HATS. COME AND SEE/OJJR LINE ; Ladies' Skirts and_JMIren's Cloaks. A look will not cost you a r>enny, and may save you dollars. : Yours for A Merry Ghristmas and A Happy New Year, > i IS I 1 IS I [Mffljaaa'iMSjara^^inTisdMa/eiansMaHajiaiiSKiaiaiaia/B/ai oiiaaiaraiBiiifflaisi-iiiifflsiaiaEEi1 Beginning- Saturday, De= cember 15th., we will make ex= traordinary reductions on every Trimmed Hat we have in stock. Every Trimmed Hat , will be priced to you at exactly r.c H <•' alf Price. i This offer Includes hundreds of beautiful Fall Mats that sellreguhirly at 75c a c/a to $9.00. Priced now at 38 cents to ■ . Hosiery of the Better Kind For Father...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 December 1906

■MvmflllP A Point ones say so, look com- k re qualities, com- Lre varieties, compare (rices. To remembsr is tha^t o\ir assortments are tremen- dous, from it a.11 classes of trade can be satisfed. Prepare for Christmas # i Only nine more shopping days. The busy days are upon Nearly all Texas Is gift buying. Eager holiday purchasers are daily crowding the store. Our holiday stocks have reached a high degree of completeness and selections may be made for Christmas gifts with the assurance that the choicest mer- chandise ths country affords is here for your consideration. We have used every facility at command to have this store exceptionally attractive in goods for gift giving articles may be selected now for delivery at a later date Make this your holiday headquarters. Karner Phillips Special Christmas Price on Mens Suits and Overcoats istead of waiting until after the holidays as is usual among the ordinary merchants have clearance sales and nearly everbody has supplied themselves wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 January 1907

e State Herald. vol. 8. mexia, texas, thursday, january 3, 1907. no. A Happy New Year WATSON LEAVES CENTRAL TODAY May your cup of happiness be full to overflowing. And grier may you never know 1* ' j. its mining. "^ivlay your success increase an hundred fold. And re- verses- may they never come. Here's health,'.wealth and joy, and once again a Happy New Year. Former Industrial Agent to Become Editor of a Farm Paper Houston Chronicle. Stanley H. Watson, for the past three years industrial agent for the Houston and Texas Cen- tral railroad, severs his connec- tion with that company this eve- ning and tomorrow assumes the editorship of the Southwestern Farmer, one of the newer and brighter farm papers of the state. Mr. Watson will retire from the railroad world with the re- grets of all with whom he has been associated. During his in- cumbency of the office of indus- trial agent he has placed the affairs of that department on a sound basis and has gathered a vast fund of agricultural i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 January 1907

ip?a rM|i ® MSrmttWmm fm^WSk1- r<- ii i mp A ' i . Commissioners Court The commissioners wete in called session Monday and Tues- day of last week and transacted the following business: The following tax reclamations were allowed on account of error in assesment: D. E. Kennedy $6.55, G. W. Fowler $3.00, J. J. Davis $1.55, R. H. Swain $4.00. M. G. Bradley was appointed Constable of Precincut No. 8. and his bond fixed at $1000.00. That the annual school state- ments of C. S. Bond, treasurer of Groesbeck School District and A. L. Collins, treasurer of Tehua- cana School District for the year 1905-6, be and they are approved. The official bond I. M. Kennedy as Constable of Precinct No. 6 was approved. The supplemental report of Alf Mills as County Clerk; C. S. Cookerly, Tax Collector and B. Lewis J. P. Precinct No. 7, werejapproved. The usual batch of claims against the county were allowed and ordered paid, The county general fund has a deficit of $353,27 but claims against the fund a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 January 1907

V r-n. y CATARRH To prove unquestionably, and boyond any doubl that Catarrh of thn noso and throat can b« cured. I am (urnliihttiK pntlonta through dniggUU, nnall Trial Boxoa o( nr. Shoop'a Catarrh Cur*. I do this booauso I am so curtain, that Dr. Shoop'l (^tarrh Cum will brlntr actual sulistantlnl help. Nothing certainly, U so convincing as a physical lest of tiny article of real, genuine merit. Uutthat article must DoweM true merit, else the tent will condemn, rather than advance it. Dr. Shopp'i Catarrh Guru is a snow White, healing antiseptic balm, put us in lieautlful nickel capped glaxs jara •t AOc. Such (oothlng agent* as Oil Kucalyptu*. Thymol, Menthol, etc., are incorporated into a velvety, cream like Petrolatum, Imported by Dr. Khoop from Europe. If Catarrh of ihu nose and throat has extended to the stomach, then by all moans also use ipternally, Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Btomach distress, a luck of general strungth, bloating, lMilchlng, blllouiiieM, bad taste, etc. lurely c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 January 1907

"f i I;; ■ ■ 8 vn E STATE ttttALI PUBLISH CD EVERY TWUW*V. M. P. MOUX, CO«ton * hiw«iTM SUBSCRIPTION RA< Dm Year Bo t«red at I he po«toffloe at Muni*, Tkm, ii Hcond-dMt m U matter. VOLUME VIII, NUMBER I. With this issue of The Her- ald we begin another volume. For seven years it has braved the turbulent sea of journalism and more than once it has seemed to be near the rocks of failure, but not withstanding the dull times caused by the boll weevil and other crop failures it has safely come through it all and today stands on a firmer foundation thanjat any time in its life. The year just closed has been good to us as well as to others in this section and we have enjoyed a fair business, the profits of which have been used in improv- ments in our plant. A new press, new type and othei material have been added until we now have one of the best equipped offices in Central Texas. During the year just beginning we expect to make other improv- mentr. and thus keep up with the progress of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 January 1907

ERSMHHI Oran Wroe from l came Dallas to spend the holidays with relatives and friends. IF \ U r Local and Personal. Diamond and pearl brooches at Pittman's. For Sale:—A new Eastman kodak, never been used at all. A bargain at this office. Bill collectors were doing bus- iness all right today. Look pleas- ant and pay up. Solid gold cuff buttons at Pitt- man's. J. M. Tidwell has put in anew place, good pastures and plenty mug case .that fills all of one end ; of water. F. G. Traynham.M.D of his shop, and it adds much to Cotton Gin, Texas. Mrs. Bettie Rabb of Garland and Miss Jessie Wheeler of Pia- no, are in the city visiting their cousin, Mrs. Frank Houser. The conyict train that has been working on the Central cut off has gone to the Dallas extension of the T. & B. V. Wanted—Renters for 80 acres land one mile from Cot- ton Gin. Has been in cultiva- tion four years, 2 good houses, 4 and 5 rooms; good barns at each the looks of the surroundings. Mrs. S. H. Moore has returned Large ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 January 1907

SX^SSSSXSXKSfSSSS Building and Contents of plut until he bafin uklnr jroar Outmll. Sine* The City Drug Co. A Total Loss. Fr im Evening News, December 19th. Today a mass o debris and smoldering embers mark the sp >t where yesterday stood the two story brick building occupied b the City Drug Co. PleMkBl. P U« ble, Potent,Teste Good, D.Oood, Fla™eS Wei*e diSCOVCred iSSUillg &W& ThVV.on° 'Soo! from the building at 2 o clock this morning and the alarm was promptly sounded. The fire de- ba bat bacon taking Caicarati ha hat atnr had the haadacha. Thar hair* entirely cared bin. Ofteeerett do what yon recommend than to do. I will (Iva job tha prlrlleca of uloi hit noma." S.M. Ulckton, 11M Roelner St.. W.Indlanapolla, Ia4. Beat For r Th* Bowels ^ CAMPY CATHAime Guarantoed to cure 01 your money baak. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or M.Y. jgl ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES WHITi.:; Cream V eriiiifuge THE GUAIUSTEEB WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. BEWA' E or imitations. THE ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 January 1907

1 • \ 1 V V V 1 _ / ' ; ( f . • ■ . y J',is? • 9 Be A Real Woman. No. 805 Pry an Avenue, HonBTON, Tmiah, May 14, WON. I wan barren during the six yeur.s of married life, oultertUff with painful menstruation and a dozen other uohus and I was a poor excuse for a wife a.) 1 who not ublc to tie '.ip more than about half the time and daily frrew weaker and weaker. | Wine of Uailui changed me into n different woinr.fi in I five ihort monthfl, made cic robust und Mr<" X am very grateful to you for my pood health and am todnv blewHed with a baby who S,JiiS due to your medicine. Vio -P mid«*t, Houston Mothers' Olcb. Wine of Cardui brings health to sick women. Wine of Cardui brings children to barren homes. How can any woman refuse the health Mrs. Mason has? Any woman can secure ex- actly the same relief if she will take Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui is a certain cure for menstrual irregularities. It will n >t do impos- sibilities but it does cure bearing-down pains, makes motherhood p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 January 1907

"V'Y^V '' PS? \ \ CARP 10 THE TROLLEY Story of the Wonderful De- velopment in Electric Traction During the Past Twenty Years. i PASSING OF STEAM TRACTiQti Gradual Elimination of Uiatanoa Throuic'i the Development of tbe tileotrio Locomotive— Chicago to New ^ York In Ten •. f '*?**Hours. During the summer of 1887. there appeared in tbe New York S.m the following facetious news item: "They tried on electric car on Fourth avenue yesterday. It created an amount of Hurprlse and consterna- tion from Third St. to One Hundred and Seventeenth St. that was some- thing like that caused by the first steamboat on the Hudson. Small boys yelled "flyniimite!" and "rats!" and irade Rimilar appreciative remarks un- til they were hoarse. Newly-appointed policemen debated arresting it, but wont no further. The car horses which were met on the other track kicked without exception, as was railroailjug could become a commercial success. The first great step waB In j 18HO. when an Italian named Paclnot-1 t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 January 1907

♦ . ■ : m i v .*- ' •- .a See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, riexia, Texas. The State Herald. vol. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1907. NO. 2 OFFICIAL PROGRAMME. all regular ticket South. officcs iii the ■ THIRD ANNUAL COTTON CONVENTION OF THE SOUTHERN COTTON ASSOCIANION JANUARY, 17, 18 AND 19, 1907. In the New Awditorium at Birmingham, Alabama. "Cotton the South's Monopoly." Invocation. j Accomplished?" —Hon. Walter Welcomc Address on behalf of | Clark, Clarksdale, Miss. City of Birmingham—Hon. Geo. B. Ward, Mayor. Welcome address on behalf of, Address: "Cotton, The Basis night session. 8 o'clock. the Alabama Division, S. C. A. —Hon. W. H. Seymour, Mont- gomery, Ala. Response to welcome address, Hon. M. L. Johnson, President Georgia Drivision, S. C. A. Annual Address—Hon. Harvie Jordan, Presidents Southern Cot- ton Association, Atlanta, Ga. Appointment of Committees. afternoon session, 2:30 p. m. j Address: "Average Cost of! Southern Prosperty.'' — ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 January 1907

X DBLOOD A.: "Before I begun aslng C *e retii. I hnil n bail com' plexion, iiimuli'-t on my fitio, nuil my fooil wus not OiEesteA its it Rhould hnvebeen. Now 1 um antlrely well, and thoiihnjiie* huveu 11 disappeared from my Monday f ce. I pftu truthfully ««y tlmt ('n#c ret8 lira Just MMVurUaaUi 1 have tnkenonly two Imiesof ihem. - 1— Clureuuo K. (irilt'iu. bhoriduu, lud. Best For i m. ^ The Bowels ^ CANDY CATHARTIC Pleanant, Palatable, Potent. Taat« Good. Do Good, Never Sicken, Weaken nrGripn, 10c, 25c, 50c. Never Sold in bulk. The Pennine tablet stumped OCC. laarnnteod to cnre or your money back Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 600 ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES WHI'I % a j y-j r* f 'ui) THE GUARAHTEEO WORM REMEDY > It THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. BEWARE Or IMITATIONS. THI GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BY Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. For 6T. LOUIS, Sale by MEXIA MO. DRUG CO. Disease and Health REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY "Made a Well Man THEW Me." GREAT REVIVO REME33Y produces line rcsu...

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