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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1902

Men Inferable by ley trouble. nfly trouble preys upon the mind, dls- fes and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid- neyj.aie out of order •" or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent I that it Is not uncommon for a child to be borr. ' afflicted with weak ldd- neys. If the child urin- ates too often, if the aids the flesh or if, when the child an £ge when It should be able to passage, it is yet afflicted with depend upon it, the cause of j[y is kidney trouble, and the first be towards the treatment of |ant organs. This unpleasant [ to a diseased condition of the bladder and not to a habit as ' suppose. well as men are made mis- kidney arid bladder troubie, 'netd the same great remedy, and the immediate effect of jRdot is soon realised. It is sold Irugglsts, in fifty- land onu dollar ^You may have a i bottle by mail BO pamphlet tell- [about it, including many of the ds of testimonial letters received [fferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1902

/ \ *' • V romr M TMC MLDCN AM. ■ Voud Awm Mm' Ch*n>h( M That fMlod of Lira. < Tkiri bu been much disouwlon u to the period of lite at which the at- of women ave the most attrac- ts , not only to the opposite but to tfeelr own sex. It Is now very general- ly conceded that It is when she is 40 tfcat she is the most fascinating. Though her face may have lost the teak of hope and expectancy that bo many consider the great charm of $pitth, fit 1b stronger and expresses character and the manner and poise Stained more than balances the loss of jS^3hness and exuberance of youth. ITfcere are different opinions. One art- tei said that he disliked to paint the jatture of a woman between the ages 25 and 40 years. Before 25 the face an expectancy that charms. At 40 fee character is formed and the lines stronger, but between the ages the fiwce is apt to be indifferent. An au- ihar^ however, preferred to study wo- :tBjen between the ages of 30 and 40. T%ey then had the- experiences of the w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1902

Herald. VOL. MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1902, NO 23 «e Whois Scoit Field? f'-O He is one of the survivors if the lost cause, who, in the heyday of his youth, went forth to battle and to die for the sacred right of state sovereignty. He is one of the few whose first ballot was cast under the surveillance of negro soldiers, and who, while withstanding the cruel- ties, the indignities, the deprivations and insults that marked the reconstruction period, rendered conspicuous service in wresting the government from the hands of the carpetbaggers, restoring law and order where chaos reigned supreme, setting afloat the ship of state, whose progress and whose grandeur has startled the civilized world. Who is ho? He is one of the heroes, who un- daunted and undismayed at the wreck and ruin that greeted their gaze on returning home, a vanquished army, set about to build from the ashes of the past, a new South, whose glory and whose renown would en- circle the globe. Who is he? He is one who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1902

jttung er alius to adver- ; In ita coluranf, and nberlain'8 Pain Balm therein for lame back. he i not hesitate in buying a bottle of it bis wife, who for eight weeks bad suffered with the most terrible pains in her back and could get no relief. He says— ' After using the Pain Balm for a few days my wife said to me, •' I feel as though born anew,' ud before using th§ entire contents of the bottle the un- bearable pains had entirely vanitdiei aird she could again tako up her house^ hold duties." He is very thankful and hopes that all suffering likewise will hear of her wonderful necovery. This valuable liniment is for sale by Mexia Drug Co. Phil Smith Sundayed inCroes- beok. Forrest Hughes Sundayed in Groesbeck. How to Avoid Trouble. Now is the time to provide yourself and family with a bottle of Chamber- lain's Colic, Ckolera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over, and if procured now may save you a trip to town in the n'glit or in your busi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1902

\. ....... - ' tnct ""J/A LAME RACK? nty PnjcinfJuble Makes You Miserable. Imost everybody who reads the news- ira is sure to know of the wonderful cures m?.de by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great Kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It is the great medi- j cal triumph of the nine- i teenth century; dis- i covered after years of scientific research by Dr. Kilmer, the emi- nent kidney and blad- der specialist, and Is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame bick, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou- bles and Brlght's Disease, which Is the worst .,f9rm of kidney trouble. I Dr. Kilmer'3 Swamp-Root is not rcfi" ommended for everything but if you have kia- hey, liver or bladder trouble if will be found Just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work, in private practice, among the helpless too poor to pur- chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1902

ublished every Friday by ie Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. £\*:? Subscription, per year, $1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mall matter Peace in South Africa now seems reasonably certain, and the world will rejoice. It is said that Tat't is now th idol of the Filipinos—that Aggie ain't in it any more. In the republican convention just closed in Ohio, Senator Ilan- na was ion "it" throughout the sese- IV An evangelist says ho doesn't believe in a literal hell. But that won't lesson the heat of it, belief of the evangelist to contrary notwithstanding, the the ft r General Dewet once said: "If you ever hear that I have sur- rendered you deny it, for I never wi'l surrender." Is this reported surrender then only a partialjgive up, and will the war still con- tinue? The prsident's decoration day speech has stirred up the people of all parties. It shows the man up as nothing else yet has. Every day adds to the danger of put- ting a man ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1902

r&> ' •' .' * V .H ••• S •</'- •"•• I85i$ \ ANNOUNCEMENTS. Rates—In Advance. lutrlct $10.00 County ; $5.00 Precinct $3.00 We are/ authorized to make the i following announcement subject to the action of the democratic rwimarles: For Congress— It. E. PRrNCE, (of Navarro) Subject to the Kansas City Platform and the Democratic primaries. SCOTT FIELD (of Robertson) For Representative— W. J. BRYANT For District Clerk— W. L. CARLEY (reelection) T. L. COPLIN For Sheriff— HENRY UNFRIED JOE GRESHAM Euoaline is the great winner. Miss Bertie Prager is visiting in Corsicana. Just Eucaline, nothing else. Mrs. Richarr Herring is visit- ing in Dallas. Eucaline is without an equal. Mrs. Mary Anglin and daughter have returned to Groesbeck. Jelly glasses find fruit jara for sal j at Jackson Bros. Miss Nellie Kate Means, of Dallas, is in the city visiting relatives. Volunteer walking and Victor riding cultivators for sale by Jackson ros. Misses Bessie and Myrle Glad- dish are visiting friend...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1902

And SQUE ROUTE and Bast - i Enlov •pop# itlonJlV iK f«CI atMIl'/iUC S*rU>tr CMk S i<> AUG f;0!SN'-0r,0i!S Convention, A slieville, N. C. For the aDove occasion, Round Tiip Tickets will be on sale at New Orleans May 6th to 10th, inclusive, at rate $10 fcD, tr One Fare fcr the Hound Trip. Filial limit lor re- turn Nay 21st, except that by de- positing tickets on or before May 15th, end payment of £0 cents, limit will be extended until Jnne 2nd. TI d J " Louisville & Nashville R R. operatesJiBouble Daily Train Ser vice between New Orleans and Asheville, with Through Coaches, Sleeping and dining cars, and has been choten as the official route for Texas delegates. For full informa- tion as to time, folders, sleeping c^r reservation?, call on or address PW Korroi.T.P.A T HKingsley, TPA Houston, T*xks Dallas, Texas J K IIIMGELY, Div. P&88.]rAgeul, New Orleans, I.a • VI) Till? SO U THE iv'-nv f '■ith TI5" ITS V M EM \v PHI.S. \GU £ J U\ cniJi'-f. KAII.S, mUBLE DA IL V SER V...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1902

f •*#' SSS-H Klpana Tuiiutr® Ducfors find A good prmcriptlon For mankind. I i Ripans Tabides are a common sense, effectual aire for dyspepsia, biliousness, heartburn, headache, con- stipation, dizziness and all disorders of the stomach, liver arid bowdls. They are intended for the use of rticn, women and children everywhere, and have proved bcneficial in the majority of cases. It is not oLimcd (hat they will perform miracles, but some of ihe cures which they have effected amount almost to that. Ha^;y to take and prompt in action, they have no rival as the best remedy for the every-day ills of humanity. a mcoici.no which prolongs urn. " I have uacd Rip-m* Tabulcs for a number of 7tars nnd would not be without them. I was troubled wlili indigestion and constipation, and have noticed nines I have been using tlicm that I am ^eitinK nd uf *iioRe ter-ible bilious $ pe l Is which cuiifiiied mu to trd on account the dizzincs*. Of late 1 have not had any. Iliad just got over a tad pcH of bil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1902

& -MSt m:: m V \ r hall was fillcil toitsut- icity last night, the oo- llie commencornent Sses of the high school. The stage hau been beauti'ully decorated for the occasion, and presented a fa rj-like scene with the group of bright cy.?d lassies and manly young men who com- posed the graduation clii3S. The invocation was offered by Kev. J. F. McKenzio and the orchestri ployed a pretty waitz, after which the following program was carried out. Oration, A Bar of. Iron, by Bruce Allison, was a splendid ef- fort and showed the young mun to be a student with an object in life. The Way of the World, was the subject of an essay by Miss Eliza- beth Glacldish that was liberally applauded. The piano ti io by Missef Natt e Machon, Jennie VVolvorton and Kate Arvin. was a masterpiece of music spendldly executed by three accomplished performers. Miss Gertrude Green then read ft well prepared essay entitled, No Excellence Without Labor, An oration, Mind vs. Matter, was Lillard Bethel Hancock's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1902

- 1 s J. Sandforu Smith for Fire. Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas The State Herald. VOL, 3 MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1902, m Who is Robt.E.Prince? a shooting. By a unanimous vote the democratic members of the House •of Representatives of the Texas Legislature elected him Speaker, and which office he now holds. His conspicuous service as such has commended him to the approval of the entire State. He was permanent chairman of the last Democratic State Convention, and in his election to this position the democrats of the State showed their confidence in his eminent ability and party •yalty. He was delegate, representing the State, to the Chicago Anti- 'rust Convention in 1899, and his appointment as such evidenced le faith the governor had in his ability to deal with this important question. He wag appointed by the governor of the State to represen the State in receiving the New York visitors in 1901, and explain to them the State laws, and such appointment was approval o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1902

i> I I-—i— & 1 J, l I I> oolobra id OOIUMBSA i | r&QOtlES si > now befog ti S M fo:J* 3® G*Su gj t eisuthf $3*6Q per ff J$:\ i «fc?x® ' \ . Those ar& now ami up "tU" itz:'c a* a cof ah; las'morfy sold at SO can::; \ aac'i j $B per tfoxon. hew line of extra | LOUD MOULDED KEOORBS* title, ecrft; $5 g vr tte TStey spu World Busnos'o. SOLD EY SCALERS EmnrmfKitz axa CSsaBsS ceimvz&ii SS V.'^u-aah A* a., iSMoe&y* Look at the Map! Tun COOL. PLC AS ANT And PICTURESQUE ROUTE North and East H V /C "' "/"/>• r . /X'- -i 11X25 AN!> COHNBCTKHJa * >& Cheap Excursions TO Summer Resorts IN Minnesota Wisconsin AND [Michigan . D&ily, Duiing-tho Months of ; June July, August and September, 1902, * the FRISCO will sell Round Trip Tickets to Resorts in the above ,. STATES at RATE jf One Fare, Plus $2.00 lreturn limit OG'TOliEK 81, 1902. , For full information address "J W hutchison, T F A, San Antonio, Tex, c w strain, w a tu ley, s wp a cpa Dallas, Tex. Ft....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1902

' Friday by Printing Co., N. P. iHOUX, President and Meager. ubaortption, per year,. $1.00 tered at the postofflce at Mexla, ex.. as second class mall matter _ . Now that we have peace in South Africa, it is to be hoped we will have peace. Unole Sain might follow the example set by Johnny Bull and (Jeal out a little peace. TS While thJ rftal minois are en- gaged in a big strike the Texsu, oil men are sinking wells and suiHing as they work. It's an ill wind that blows nobody good. less man put a careless arm around the waist of a hat I ess girl, as over the dustlcss roads in a hoscless carriage they whirl, Like a leadless bullet from a harmless gun by smokeless powder driven, they fly to taste the speechless joy by endless union given. Though the only lunch his coin- less purse affords them the means is a tasteless meal of boneless cod with a "side" of stringless beans, lie puffs a tobaccolees cigarette and laughs a mirthless laugh, when papa tries to coax ber back by wireless telegr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1902

Kijv>n-s Tanim** > Htari* find A jirfK 'iptiun Fur mankird. Ripans Tabules arc a common sense, effectual cure for d. r,pcp;;:a, biliousness, Heartburn, headache, con- stipation, dizziness ;tnd all disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels. They are intended for the use of men, women and children everywhere, and have proved beneficial in the majority of cases. It is not claimed that they will perform miracles, but some of the cures which they have effected amount almost to that. Ea^y to take and prompt in action, they have no rival as the best remedy for the every-day ills of humanity. a medicine which prolongs urn. " I have used Kipunx Tabules for a number of yt^rs and would not be without triem. I was tronbl/d wiiii inuigustion and constipation, and have noticed Bince I have been using them that I am Letting rid of 'iiose teHble bilicus inclU which confined me to l- *d on account r' the dizziness. Oi late I have uot had any. I had )ust got over a had spell of bilious fever a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1902

Jerman banori, Oblo, ig (i con- ev of the Dayton Volkuwltung that this paptmimu to adver- the beet in its columnf. anil be saw Chamberlain's Pirin Balm wBwJtiaed I herein for lame b«ok he #4aot hesitate in having n bottle of it tclii wife, who for eight weeks hud ..nflteted with the most terrible pains-in Sbilwck and conld get no relief. He wps— ' After uflng the Pain Balm for fcivdayB my wife said lo me, 'I feel aiiUbcragh boin anew,' and before uMng !B*#Btire contents of the bottle the nn- ile pains had entirely vanished jcrdj&e could again take up her house- 3uki3 duties." He is very thankful and that all suffering likewise will of her wonderful necovery. This ible liniment i^ for sale by Mexia €o. has returned to r" * 1 Will Baker 'Jfeaeana. How to Avoid Trouble. ?Icm is the time to provide yourself vuiiiimily with a bottle of Chamber- Colic, Cholera and Oinrrhoea ^.justly. It is almost certain tote J td before the Bummer i« ovor, and j ?wim d now may eave you a trip to •sar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1902

-j. l A 3 -jt. - J J sec; r /- ]- r.; - k 7 '■ ■p~ authorlzed to make the : announcement subject to tha on of the democratic Mimarles: For Congress— E. E, PRINCE, (of Navarro) 8ubject to the Kansas City Platform and the Democratic primaries. SCOTT FIELD (of Robertson) For Representative— W. J. BRYANT For District Clerk— W. L. CARLEY (re-election) T. L. COPLIN For Sheriff— HENRY UNFRIED ... JOE GRESHAM ffrr f-- a THE FINEST for home use is Eucaline is the great winner. Miss Jennie Schulz is visiting]and cake. FLOUR our Diamond brand It is milled by a new prooes^ ^liioh permits none of the desir- able parts of the grain to be lost. It ha9 a rich "nutty" flavor which is delightful in both bread relatives in Fort Worth. Just Eucaline, nothing else. Mrs. Dr. Jackson and children have returned from a yisit in Groesbeck. Eucaline is without an equal. When in need of a swinging lamp or store lamp cal on Jack- son Bros. Mrs. Joe Nussbaum and child- ren are here from Dallas visiting relatives...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1902

Hi 'mW- Mm- - w •*? i s jm Benhur. ipondence for tho Groesbeck Journal] The Hon. Scott Field, of Hobertson county, and Hon. R. E. Prince, of Navarro county, crossed bats at this burg on the night of the 21st ult., and you ltnow old Nim has to hear every- thing that is said, so Nim got up in the corner behind the door to iistan. It was mighty hot, but "Nim he sweated and sot there. Mr. Field led the argument. He outlined the pripciples he had advocated on the money question in the past, but expressed him- self as believing the money ques- tion was settled for the present a,t least, but said he was willing -to abide the action of the demo cratic party in convention as sembled upon any question of im- portance to the people. He next ■declared himself in favor of that time-honored principle of de- mocracy—a tariff for revenue only—and an administration of our government upon the most economical basis that can be to fe and sound admin' give us a sa istrati^n. He next eulogized this gover...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1902

fugfe--' v...,,.... ■■ ■■ , Kidney Trouble Don't Know It. HowTo Find Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a sedlrrfent or set- tling indicates an •. unhealthy condi- tion of the kid- neys; if it stains your linen it is evidence of kid- ney trouble; tor frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is r.hj convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- der are out of order. What to Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability ¥ — «>UI For Young Men and Boys. "There is no better stepping stone to splendid success known to tho world today than steno- graphy and typewriting in tho hands of a bright boy." When a boy who is not a steno- grapher enters a business placc, no matter how bright he is, or how good his preparation, he m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 July 1902

mm ■jrW' See J. Sandforu SmitH tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas State Herald. VOL. 3 MEXIA, EXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 4 , 1902, NO 27 GREAT MID-SUMMER CLEARING SALE n •rr - Mid-Summer Prices Ladies Slippers. Ladies Oxfords and Sandals worth $2.00 and $1,75 at : : : 1.50 Ladies Oxfords and Sandels worth 1.50 at : : : : 1.25 Ladies oxfords and Sandals worth 1.25 at : . : : : 1.00 A big line of Shippers worth 1.50, 1.25 and 1.00 now per pair 50 IThe First Week in '=! i fanning of OurSenih Mid=Summer Prices Mens Shoes. Our Stock is complete, and you will find just what you are looking for and much cheaper than you usually pay. 36 pairs of Brown Shoe Co's., 3.50 shoe at : : : : : 2.50 Call and see our line of Packard shoes, Helmers Bettman, Hanan shoes. We have a Sot of slippers worth 1.00 [at 50 and 75 cents. STAPLES.! 36-inch brown domestic : : : 454c Heavy sea island : : : : : sets, Yard wide Bleach Domestic : : sets. Cotton Checks, 40 yards to the : 1.00 Mide=Summer Prices...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 July 1902

r_,. Mil l ..u.(5©OiW..« maoh or Heart mm, take RKX ia TabCets. All druggists are naed S'q* refund money if they fail t. Price 50 cents per package. At ft Drug Co. y Misses Leila Konnedy and Mat- •Ja H. Watson have relumed ?|* a visit to Comcana. t Cure iVlaluria in Four U ays ^,ic. Quinohia'. All druggists are ■(jsSSjMrized t) refund the money in any ..,T* af chills, fever or malaria it fails 'vtitmn. Price 60 J per package. Sold ilia;p Drug C o Will Newell and children, of '9*thrie Hill, are here visiting the of J. S. Groover. If a Man Lie to You. .anl say some other salve, ointment, kiwfcfi, oil or alleged healer is as good (iasBieklin s Arnica Salve, tell him f-s'&utriy years of marvelous cures of Piles aires?, Boils, Corns Felons, Ulcers, Cuts f Ais, Bruises .-.ad Skin Eruptions i, oheap3St. 25 ct m ' -prase its the best and ? t U^sxk's Pharmacy. MED—Mr.?. Russ Bo-no died .-o.'.vi?n!y at her homo in Beene- *•*« Sunday night alter a brief She was buried Monday. Acts Immediat...

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