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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 February 1907

K-.{rFWrr) m If?#- ! . &f< :°'*2 ■ mutt1' V''^! See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The State Herald. vol. 8. mexia, texas, thursday, FEBRUARY 14, !<>07. NO.7 ® l & SHOES"' are often Deceptive You think they fit the first day==You know they dont forever after. The proof of a SHOE is in the wearing That is when the tight places begin to rub. - the makers of the a H A N A Wi I ■■■■■l|MiwMmBBaaro8aB igpBBa|MBOTy°g^wag Have You Been to WAGNER'S If not, you are missing a treat if you admire Beautiful Goods Beyond a doubt you'll be surprised at the showing of Fine Dress Goods The latest Novelties in Silk and Wool. Prices range $2.00 Yard and down See display West Window. i asmmmw r V ( SHOE recognize this. They have studied the human foot as carefully as they have the art of goods hoe making. The result is a shoe that fits all over==that fits first, last and all the time. We have your fit in a HANAN in many Styles. Received yesterday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 February 1907

3 -/V J -=S elec •*I have boon Ming CnaenretB for Innomnln, with which [ hiivoliocn aftllutea forovor twenty yearn, and I ctiu «ay that CMcnrot* buvo glvou me mon relief ilrnn any other reJneuv ] liavo over tried. I •hull nortnlnly recommend th<uu to my frieuda as beius nil tboy ace represented." Thou. Olllard, Elgin, 111* best For r The Dowels ^ beu ca^«to CANOV CATHARTIC Pleasant, palatable, Potent, Taste Good, DoOood, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe, lOo, 25c, 50c. Never sold in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped CCU, Uuarunteed to cure or your money buck. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 597 ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES Will'"!: A • V '■rrft itiii'iJfJB THE GUAMHTEED WORM REMEDY I A Scene on the Train. Aavance. It was the morning: after tion. The day coach between New i Y.u-k and Buffalo was pretty [well crowded, und naturally the general discusion was the elec- tion. The attention of the passen- gers was attracted to a clerical looking in li vidua! who .sat about the cente...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 February 1907

MPS! ? •jr r*r *** *< ■ j « ■ ''iZWW^m Sure 1 Relief lor Women. No. 18 Central Ave. Hot Spkings, A Kit., April 80,1903. Eighteen months ago I was so completely run down that my body ached from head to foot. My back seemed to Invar iu two and I Buffered Intenno pain in the lower abdomen. I could not afford to lay off and take a rent, aud r.o medicine helped me nny. > frivnd told mo now much Wine of Oardui built her Up u.ni advised me by all means to take it. The day I took the first dose the recovery of my health began. It was nearly throe months before I was entirely cured, but at Ine end ->t tiir.t time I was in better health than Iliad been for seven years. I I ok <r. v iue of C.'.rdul us the ^— _ ! • « ijlesstd medicine that a v ■ nan po.::-ili!y (aks when f? •he fuels ui::t and tired of lifo. Obator, WisiJNuao*y Chautauqua Clou • u iui Dt rvu ji uin. ^9RE«€ftRDM hl-.-a Nf !.<on ripscrihep the condition of thousands of women. That con- dition < by slow utams. Us...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 February 1907

IHE STATE HERALD - I PUBLISHED EVERY TMURBOAV. N. P. HOUX, Eihtoh * P*ow irr<m SUBSCRIPTION RATB8: On* Year Entered at the poetofflce it Mext*, Tkm, m lecoud-cUn mail matter. TWO LETTERS. Representative Cocke, the charger, gets some mail about the investigation. It is presumed that when he opened this letter he felt good: Dear Sir:—You want by all means to press the charge of Stanardizing the Southwestern Oil Company, and you want the testimony of P'inlay, in St. Louis as to that $1500 draft. That is the most important thing yet come to light. Have you seen The Houston Chronicle of Tuesday o this week giving the court records of Bailey's connection with the Southwestern Oil Company? The committee is hostile to you, but all Texas wants a fair exam- ination, in the interest of justice you must insist on it. Sincerely, Justice. But when he read this one his features should have fallen, that is if he has any regard at all for right; Dallas, Texas, Jan. 31, 1907.— Sir: You are centain...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 February 1907

\ W B; -V %« .*• • ; ■Pwwv'h£ I;: ^ l~rnf m* ■ "i® < -55 inima I | 7/ rjW j JI!lW?r ffur^.fWf 'f.fH*'® —v-.. Grocery Sale Commencing At Once, We Will Offer Our Entire Stock at Cost '\ \ E V E R V TH I N G CASH CAPELL, The Grocer I life SUiilii.E aiiiii. L- TiJii'i rrf^r ayrnit't- IT^fe :P'mrEaiWE amn'lg'aW'EapPE 3IP"! pflTOiafflPE fHWE^WE ijjww Hue & Hi&j- I liUU!.' t fikwi13iutii.E IiIMe %liiiUiE ImuE liiuiife aiiuikt lnuiu-E 1uiUii.P 3iiiiuiE iuiiJi-E 'luiiuiE liliiiiiiE itet luiib <b It'll! j e amtmre Ff tirr r "^llluj J t 3uilL U E- mMWmM Local and Personal. Mr. W. L. Milburn, and Mrs. C. VV. Sellers of Corsicana de- sire to return their sincere thanks to the t ood people of Mexia for assistance so kindly rendered durii g thf iate illness and death of their wife and sister, and to assure all that they are grateful and appreciative. J. D. Stei hinson, a prosper- ous farmer of the Coolidge coun- try and an old subscriber to the Htrik', was in town Monday of this week...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 February 1907

it? <wabm> c'#l ¥ ' Quite a force of workmen are busy clearing away the balance of the rubbish frjm the burnt lots and the ne • buildings will shortly go up. The corner build- ing is to be two stories clear back to the alley, but Mr. Kar- ner's will only be two stories as far back as the Corley building extends, thus leaving room for a shed in the rear. But this will not show from either the front or the side. A VALUABLE LESSON. "Six years ago I learned a valuable lesson," writes John Pleasant, of Mag- nolia. in . "1 then began taking Dr. King's New Life i'ills, and t.'ie longer 1 take them the better I find them " They please everybody, Gu iranlee:l at Mexia Drug Company. 25c. Miss Frankie Hodges, after a short visit to her parents here, hss retruned to Comanche where she has been making her horn for several months. E. H. Peyton arrived from the southwestern part of the State and reports that country in good shape, with grass green and trees blooming. RISING FROM THE GRAVE. A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 February 1907

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 February 1907

■ Sir' WKm ?&■:>&,y h ft* %,>M ■ : ? EP''' & -M Ti. ;' ' \ \ I 1 Court House Notes. Groesbeck Journal. While the court has been con- stantly grinding for the last week, the result does not show up much in volume of business. Tne Barefleld murder case went to trial Thursday and was not concluded until Saturday after- noon. This week, the case agiinst A^gie Ball charged with poisoning her husband is occupy- ing the time of ine court. The Winn case is set for today, will likely go to trial. This be an important as well as terasting case. and will in- OFFICIAL STATEMENT Of the financial condition of Prendergast, Smith & Co., BANKING, At Mexia, State of Texas, at the cloee of business on the 6th day of February, 1907, published in the Evening Nows, a newspaper printed and published at Mexia, State of Texas, on the lith day of February, 1907. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts, persun- $14u,0«2 on 55,965 77 83,831 (14 6,450 00 000,000 00 000,000 00 2,500 00 ai or collate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 February 1907

ifflwr-w; M' ' > ^ See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas. VMtipMifupKi 4 :• i* ;> • • -.1 t-r•« \ ' ■ I s The State Herald. I ' vbt. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2f, !<>C7. NO.8 1 \ SHOES are often Deceptive the first day—You forever after. ^ You think they fit t | know they don't p The proof of a SHOE is in the wearing I 1 That is when the tight places begin to rub. THE MAKERS OF THE H A N A N § & i I 1 t • v V r-w ->«r udBBBBm SHOE RECOGNIZE THIS They have studied the human foot as carefully as they have the art of good shoe making. The result is a shoe that fits all over==that fits first, last and all the time. We have your fit in a Hanan in many styles Just Received $6,50, $6 and $5 Come and Set us show you vm£7WT5z: >-m v vn a&xmMaaui\uwm r-mc/ a xzzmvrsmxrsfr-:'. ■ ' r-'jt- See our display I Men's Fine Shirts i I r East Window Complete Line STETSON HATS cWW *s u ti 1L lilt/ j i. - i««'41 and High Grade Furnish...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 February 1907

\ \ \ \ .. i |( if i' I / . . / y ■ IHHMI J , • ' ? . W ■ ■■ : I / ■' :.i j&J mrnmfMwmsr-M - ■ : «SP1S A VALUABLE LESSON. "Six years ago I learned a valt. ille lesson," writes John Pleasant, of Mag- nolia. In . "I then began taking Dr. King's New Life Pills, and the longer I take them the better I find them '' They please everybody, Guiranteed at Mexia Drug Company. 25c, The ball game Friday after- noon between local players and the girl bloomer nine resulted in a score of 8 to 4 in favor of the girls. Of course our boys were too gallant to beat the girls. Croup can positively be stoppped in 20 minutes. No vomiting—nothing to sicken or distress your child. A sweet pleasant and safe Syrup, called Dr. Shoop's Cough cure, does the WQfk and uoes it quickly. Dr. Shoop's croup cure is for croup alone remember. It does not claim to cure a dozen ail- ments It's for croupj that's all. Sold by City Drug comdany Miss Vera Hancock entertain- ed her friends Friday night with a Valentine part...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 February 1907

mm. A M y Court House Notes —r—~ Groeabeck Journal. DISTRICT COURT The grand jury reported 23 true bills Friday, all for misde- meanors, and 4 on the 12th, all felonies. 9 i I 1 CRIMINAL DOCKET. Brents Taylor, swindling, con- tinued. Will Deakle, perjury contin- ued. T. T. Hunt, perjury continued. • - / C. M, Benge, forgery, contin- ued. Geo. J. Gillard, murder, guilty, 50 years in pen. Jim Bell, murder, dismissed. J. M. Hammond, motion to quash, sustained. Jack Watkins, perjury, dis- missed. J. R. Cundiff, bigamy, contin- ued. Cal Coleman, rape continued. GIVEN 50 YEARS. The case of the State against Geo. J. Gillard charged with the murder of Wm. Poynton nearl Coolidge last March, was tried j this week resulting in a con vie-! tion and a penalty of 50 years J confinement in the penitentiary1 assessed. COMMISSIONERS COURT. ... The Commissioners are in reg- >r" ular session this week and will have more business to transact! than they have for a year past and in consequence, they a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 February 1907

Sffr2 : - u •Hi \ V. 1 m SIBSpBHaEi^o^SSSlWv — i>if Si Alt iiLKALl) PUBLISHED EVERY TMURftOAV. N. P. HOUX, Editor 4 Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year fl.W Entered at the postofflce At Mexia, Texas, as second-class mail matter. rHE KIND OF FERTIZER NEED. Wt 'SPITE LEGISLATION. The Senate has passed the Anti-pass bill and have voted to make it unlawful for newspapers to exchange space for mileage. The Senator from this district, Senator Harper, in giving bis reasons for voting against the newspapers, says that the passes issued them call for more influ- ence than the passes issued to legislators, while Senator Cham- bers claims that it was the news- papers that have caused the An- ti-pass question and that if thev, the legislators, could not have passes, the newspapers should j not. These able and learned pro- fessional politicians do not seem to know the difference between a; gift and a trade. Every legisla- tor is allowed and paid 20c per mile by the people for railroad far...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 February 1907

*i 'f: Local and Personal. . Mayor Retinoids is having his residence painted. There is a new baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harcrow. C. J. Kauhl of this cjty has been awarded [the contract to build a fine brick hotel in Teague. J. W. Kincheloe is having his house painted white. J. E. Parker of Teague visit- ed relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M, E. Roberts have returned tp Fort Worth. Mrs. J. R. Teague has returned to her home in Dallas after a visit to relatives and friends here and in Teague. Mrs. J. D. Jackson, after a short visit to friends here, has returned to her home in Corsi- cana. to Teague Sunday afternoon a short visit. on mm, A special in the Post from Hearne says the local ball play- ers are practicing for the coming game with the girl bloomer team that is traveling over the state playing match games with loca teams. When they find out that there are only two girls in the team and they have been faked by a lot of amateur professionals they will no doubt ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 February 1907

Si '• ' ' s- 4 4f' T*> *e ®SS \... i !■ II I I ADACHE "My father had been ••nffararfrom alok headache tor the laat twautr-Uve yaara aud never found any TCliaf until he begun taking your Oaacareta. Since ha baa begun taking tiaauareta be baa never bad the headache. They bave entirely cured him. Oaaeareta do what you rucommeud tliem to do. I Will give you the privilege of using his uama.': K.M. Dlckgou: lll'O RealuerSt., W.IndlauapolU.Xnd. Best For ' The 5owels ficw^oSwite CANDY CATHARTIC Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taste Good, Do Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Qripe, lOe, 26c, 50c. Never ■old In bulk. The genuine tablet otamped OOO. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 598 ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES WHI '.k Cream Veriiiifyge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY the children's favorite tonic. ■cwanc or imitations. tm* oenuinc prepared only st Ballard-Snow Liniment Coa •T, LOU1B. MO. For Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. and Health REVIVO .RESTORES VITALITY "Ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 February 1907

pfc,vs>r ., '■!';A,r ,- JfrWTO^V'-' v^&%vfrMh wmm mm —— - ' ' . " Trials of Motherhood MO Broad Street. Piiudiubi^, Pa., June 12, IMS. I Buffered for nine ;Mri with onrlu troubles making HI* a burden to myself as well m to my family. During that time I bad two miscarriages and although we longed for a child to bless our home this seemed impossi- ble. I had constant racking bearing-down pains in the pelvic organs and a pulling through my limbs with frequent headaches. I felt sick at my stomach and vomited frequently and no medicine helped me until I tried ■ ■ >.. •' v: ' „ von Wine of Oardul. Then my general health improved, the pains after 18 weeks I was well. I am now the happy mother of it boy eighteen months old and my husband joins me in sending heartfelt thank* to ; tor your splendid mc-dicine. Without, * '" " childless and i Chaplain, St. Akd *wjs Association. lessened and you your splendid medicine. / y . * thout. I would have been a A , /C. *,-/«., -- ldless,^inste...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 February 1907

Progressive Fjity-Two. MKT) to SIX Saturday from three Mrs. Jesse Denning entertained the "Rose Bud" crowd with progressive forty-two. Four fa- bles were used and nine gatnt... « . Miss Mary Corlev won' V* ale played. Miss Mary Corley won the prize, a beautiful picture, for being the most progressive play er and Miss Mabel Sturdivant drew the consolation prize. De lm'htful refreshments were served, which added to the en joyment of h most delightful so cial afternoon. I a! \m l| left over .from City Council. .The city council met Monday night in adjourned session to fin ish up the work the former meeting. flit was decideu to postpone the ordinance until the next regular meeting in order to give the mayor time to get an estimate of the cost of surveying the streets that need lining up. J. A. Gentry was authorized, to proceed with the sprinkling. The marshal ws instructed to strictly 'inforce the stock law j from now on. See the ordinance; in another column. Ther w?s a committee presen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1907

See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas. State Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28 '907. taken/ gard in th struc the y W our VOl inta thiiUH AUiillN CONTRIBUTOR i tel By John r. Davis n/ Austin, Feb. 24th. Ip-Tipping Bill Reported Favorably flw I I b ( >•: A i\, /Thai the House does not regard pom a ;' anti-tippinc bill as a joke is vf&enced by the fact that the kill has -een r< pmted favorably by the com- mittee to which It was referred. The | author of 1 he measure Is very much In earnest about it and says it will pass.1 If k does become a law it will prob- ably force hotel keepers ami the Pull- man Car Company to pay their porters a reasonable salary, it being a well es- tablished fact that they now have to i practically depend on the tips for, compensation. Proposed Banking Bill Has Good Feat- ures. A few weeks ago I referred to Ulan- ton's banking bill as a very dangerous measure. The bill provides that every State banking inst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1907

SO: - ). , I Wit \ Dibd. -Mrs. Caroline Kriesr, an old resident of Mexia, died at her home in the southern part of town Thursday, and the remains were interred in the city cemetery Friday morninig at 10 oclock. A VALUABLE LESSON. "Six years ago I learned a valuable lesson," writes John Pleasant, of Mag- nolia. In . "I then began taking Dr. King's New Life Pills, and the longer I take them the better I find them " They please everybody, Guiranteed at Mexia Drug Company. 25c, SggJ Capt. J. M. Storey left Thurs- day afternoon for Maypearl to visit his son, Edgar. RISING FROM THE GRAVE. A prominent manufacturer, Wm. A. i Fertwell, of Lucama, N. C. relates a most remarkable experience. He says:. '•After taking less than three bottles] of electric bitters, I feel like one rising from the grave. My trouble is Brights disease, in the Diabetes stage. I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me permanently, for it has already stop- ped the liver and bladder complications j which have troubl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1907

i ): L the TefltV'OMltiaiiCif Again. * Build his hdtae l<5t iir any public Mexia. Evening News: I note street or alley or any merchant with some regret the position may obstruct the side walk and taken by Mayor Rennolds in re- there is no power invested in the gard to the power vested by law city authi rities to remove the in the City Council to cause ob- obstructions because of Art. 480 structions to be removed from containing the $500 penalty. It t^lic public streets ^ clefir th&t this •Article does not No man 1ms done more than provide the only remedy but b advance the merely cumulative. 1 he Mayors our Mayor has to interests of the city and no one appreciates more than I do the services rendered by him. I think his position not only un- tenable but that it is calculated to prove an obstruction to much court auain^t any one, some in needed improvements. I pre- artic'.e concludes, "However the law has given the county court exclusive jurisdiction of the of- fence mentioned ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1907

■j K v p: Siprr^' >M||gnr,. (w9<srviSfpfei TV 1 ■ >*' , ♦k>. ; S' r ";l * • ■ '•■. v' ' ■ ft**".' '># i' • 'i: ' . - • f . . > ■■ 4 ■ '.Hi U- i. jap f- (HE STATE HERALD PUBLISHED EVERY TMUWeOAY. N. I*. HOUX, Editor * Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year fl.Of Entered >t the postofflce at Mexia, Tmu, is Mcond-class mail matter. MR. BELL GAINS NOTO- RIETY. When Mr. Bell was questioned abmt those seven special cars and the "thieving corporations" that he wrote about to Mr. Schulz he said judging from the strang- ers in town he just concluded that there is something in the wind. The idea! So many strangers in town. Mr. Bell must be getting acquainted in Austin very fast if he can tell the strang- ers from the residents. Sounds sorter like the countryman who went to Chicago for the first time and declared that court must be in session judging from the big crowd in town.—Mexia News. By the time the legielature ad- journs Representative Bell will no doubt have learn...

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