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

i ' p jkg, ...%>,, ■ vp,);. ■ ji#jBg ■ wl ' .*. >.; ;.v ,v - " ..S^wPiii*'V,'ve'.'!!lKS- "'" :' . ■ 1M 1 . -- :->'•■ ;#s Sfc J* / ■trWfS©*^' WITH "INGLE BY" \ A bumble-bre Sat on a rock— ; / "Bvcc! Bujt! Buzi!" A maiden came In filmy frock— "Frou! Frou! Frou!" And do,vn u. on the rock (she sat Before the N.n could bumble "Scat!" And then—tot up again! D'ye see? ; "Te-he! Te-he! Te-he!" SENTENCE SERMONS. Folly pays this orchestra. All would be great by adoption. Money makes the automobile go. ' Hope is the salvation of happiness. Do good, tho' others do you—good. Respect and love are twin brothers Love gets cold feet at a shiftier ,£jrep!&cc. Beware of the dog—he may not t. disinfected. The blessings of health are best tol 1 by Bickness. Wealth cannot, put a golden namr plate on the heart. Fame is transitory: the memory cl a mother, everlasting. God made the universe, and the trusts preempted his handiwork. An unmarried man may mar-"" br.t a married man's poose is cno'f'...

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

• 'L • r 4 i l u i (i a i. iv ueese in a cotton field eatinw V>''H | fl M I ^ V' ft r ■ a mwm ww *■ • • ^****"*{9 1 1 young tf^aod keeping it tak- ing the cotton. So we see eve)i geesip and ducks aye good ftyt sometljiug el$e besides food. "THURSDAY. w ' Iv *<i a' PHOMtlTOA SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Tear 11.00 Entered at the postofBce at Mexta, Texas, > geooudclass uinil mutter. f WHO IS THE AUTHOR? The following lines in the Snap Shots column of the Dallas News are too good to go down in his- tory without a recognized daddy. iWho is the author? FIRST OF ALL, A SLEEPER. He slept, The cover tossed aside, re- vealed p chubby, dimpled knee. His little ^mouth was like a rose, half opened, as a rose should be: And people spoke in whispers low, and on their tiptoes softly stepped, For none must make a bit of noise or talk aloud while baby He slept. The freckles on his face stood out like liched on a tree. A rag was bound around his toe, as dirty as a rag could be. His sunburned legs we...

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

SiWH'' ■ ''•& 'RH m¥: , . •• * • V . . ..... p r; ■mm n of fcj- i ' V. |H\ ) We announce complete lines of the seasons newest shapes in Panama Clip Milan Tuscan and Leghorns Prices range $4.00 and down A great variety shown in drapes Grasses Wheat Cherries Flowers and Roses % of every description Fancy Pins, Ornaments of many kinds. Malinss, Chiffons and a beautiful line of Veilings fur Children We are especially care- ful in selecting the right things in childrens caps rnd many new and pret- C ty styles at SI, 75, 50 and 25c. Local and Personal. Alfred Schlafli of Teague spent Sunday in Mexia. John Karner, who is attend- ing school at Arlington is visit- ing friends and relatives here for a few days. New Hat Pins and Barretts at Pittman's. Cluade Ezell speny Sundy in Dallas. There was a mass meeting at the city hall yesterday for the purpose of organizing a good gov- ernment club. Mr. Beckham took the chair and called on Rev. Stuart Pearce to state the ob- ject of the meeting; ...

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

1 . <?'• i'frtM'x mr -v • jgagffgK . - ;•'■*, ,. . ;>■' f%u M-' ;;.-;-:'A, <wm NT B£ StPAMHft. Some Mexia People Have to get Rid of Both. Backache and kidney ache are twin brothers. You sep&rte them. ) . : . • ache until you cure the kidney ache. If the kidneys are well and strong, the rest of the system i;: pretty sure to be in vigorous health. Doan's Kidney Pills make strong, healthy kidneys. L. B. Baker, farmer, living one mile northwest of Corsicana, Texas frays: "Doan's Kidney Fills hold a high place ir my esteem, as 1 have been telling the people of Corsicana for the past three years. They relieved ma of a severe ease of backache and kidney trouble three years ago. Since then 1 I have known other cases which they \ have cured among my friends and .neighbors who were afflicted in a like 'manner." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York sole agenes for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's—and take no other. For CityAssesor and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 March 1907

nWto«V; t\ 4 ■- t > ,A >-'s t , ' I ." 1 A Paint Problem Paint oithor spreads well, looks well and wears well, or it don't. Wear is what determines real paint value. Any practical painter will tell you that iv paint will live only as long as the oil that's in it lives. The oil is the life of paint. "Dead Oil, Dead Paint." HAfiriAR CONDENSED PAINT It is not a "ready-mixed" paint. It comes to you in condensed form; tho driers, everything necessary in it, ex- cept the oil. You buy pure, raw lin- seed oil and do your own mixing. Sure of pure oil that way—not other- wise. One gallon of pure raw linseed oil and one gallon of Ilammar Con- densed Paint will cover more areiT, wear longer, and give better result* than any other paint made. That's strong talk, but "Hammar" is strong paint. One gallon of Hammar Paint and one gallon of linseed oil will cover 600 square feet of surface with two coats and it won't come ofl'. Guaran- teed to slick for five years or money back. Wo have the rxr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 March 1907

MS *S\us &vea\ a\ve SaU l / ^ "iVvetv \\\e &reales\ S&mwg SaVe, "VO'vW. qo / Do'um vw \Cvs\.ot^ a& a Wvvwq W\e pas\. ? 3Ywd \ IW. be Sovv^ i T)oxv\ W\\a\e**^ov \^ou eaw sa^oe Vv$ mowe^ au& Vos\ opovYanWies wew veAuvYv. "Ko\ Vs W\.e Wvae \o b\x^ Supers awd, SWs 6 <? e e 6 2.666 Taws £ aA\es S\\oes> a\ \=2, "?v\ee 1500 Pairs Childrens and Misses Slippers at 1-2 Price §>\.1b £>a&ves SVvoes a\. 5)2. £>adac,s SVvoes a\ §>\.00 \.*b \.50 \/I5 3VW KlewV SVvoss $o V& Se^saVmaV SaVe a\ a V\.$ cm\ — $4.00 *NteVs SWs a\ $2,50 $4.50 Klew's S\voes a\ $2.75 $6.00 TtfleVsTbooUs a\ $2,50 $3.50 tCLexv^s S\\oes a\ $2.25 $3.50 SVvppers xvoxc a\ 3.00 " " " 2.75 " <k " 2.50 " " " 2.00 " " " 1.75 " '* " 1.50 " " " $1.75 $1.50 $1.42 $1.25 $1.00 88C 75c &2.1b S\Vp;>&TS,frvoxD a\ f 2.b0 3.00 2>.bO 2,a&v.as S\voes 2.b0 2.2b 2.00 \.1b \.bO \.oo Ibc, 50c 2>$c t 5 a ( LadiesandChildrens Hosiery at justl-2|Price) V2 \-2 Iftew's £ O>3O QMav\s...

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

"A-'Cf; ■' -V, 10 Pages—All Home Print. , See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas. Phe State Herald. VOL. 8. iViHXIA, THXAS, THURSDAY, MARCM 21 1907. r o 12 OUttAUSTlfl CONTRIBUTOR By Joli.i L. Uiivls Austin, March 18. What the Railioac'c Want. It is the belief :;..iong a great many of the Legislators that the railroad attorneys are dcias all they can to promote the pas... ;j of measures to increase the ad vi-.lorouJ taxes on farm lands and town an., city property with the hope that tl pasaiuri' of such measures would .ally rt ..wit in tlu repeal of such I.....; as the Williams Intangible Asset Tax law and the Love gross recoi; : ; tax law. as well as to make it unnecessary for laws of similar character nti'ecting them to be passed by future Legislatures. No fntimation is given o:1 suggestion made that they aie tryhr; to improperly in- fluence any Leglsla; ir. nor te it known for a certainly tha they are quietly using their influence to push these me...

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

"M! > \ , |v«t! V ffl ' 'EMS |P$! f'JJ . [ i l r jJ KEEP THE KID- NEYS WELL Health is worth saving, and some NLexia Peo- ple know How to save it. Many Mexia people take their lives in their hands by neglecting their kid- neys)when they know these organs need help. Sick kidneys are responsible for a vast amount of suffering and ill healtl , bat there is no need to suffer nor to remain in danger when all dis- eases and aches and pains due to weak kidneys can be quickly and permanent- ly cured by the use of Doan's Kidney Pills. He*e ia the statement of a Mexia citizen who has reclaimed good health by the use of this recently. William Matysiak, farmer, R. F. D. No. 2, three miles out of Mexia, Texas says: My little girl, now about seven years old, was annoyed almost from babyhood with a weakness pf the kid- neys. Hearing of Doan's Kidney pills I grot a box for her at the City Drug Co., in Mexia. My wife says since the girl started to use them they have done her a power of good, and h...

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

rll BHf*P 11 "i*ri i • V'fi : imv y.Aj !*VV '"'"n ' '' «•• £* v '•■'"■ 'V^'v tVHflWn . "T#"l"' ■; -J't air'-frf r ^ I- Sm h- Wk .^2 v..-> The.Cause ef Many Sudden Deaths. Th.iri is a disease prevailing in thfs country most dangerous because ^o decep- ' ""' "**. tlve. Mr ny sudden deathrj m caused by ! it —he .rt disease, : pi.sun ;nu, heart I failu- ur apoplexy ■ are f!en the result s -J Ccrrt House Noies From Groesbeck Journal. COJfMISSIONERS COURT. Trie Commisioners met in reg- ular monthly sesion Monday and remained in session two days. The following orders were made: Order changing the Horn Hill 33 as to ir.- of ;iuiv y disease, if Kar.ey trouble is al- ■"sdioadvr.nccthe i , . >• nay -poisoned <UlSwi'lCc School llllO; ' vii! al;ark the | clado V. J. Batchelor, wit.-8 .3!iter- N it-'i: organs or the , , . -vn and waste !efl iumc pro tunc. On application of %. Z. Nobles the Horn Hill district school line tfi\y n ; io.i by ce' tr nHo.'U al'Ajys result from •.•tv.ijem .■{ t...

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

" > << . - yi f\ HE SHIE HERALD &■' ■ ^ PUftUtHKO IVWY THUH#OAV. N. P. MOUX. Kmtoh * Pnowwrroii SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Om Year t*.<* Entered at the poctoffloe at Mexia, Tum, m Mcond-clati mall matter. Stocks are on the decline. But everything else is going up. A constitutional amendment, raising the salaries of the gov- ernor and lieutenant governor to $8000 and $2500 respectively has been favorably reported to the senate. A bill has been introduced in the senate to regulate compresses. It makes it unlawful for any cotton buyer or shipper to 'own stock in any compress. Where, oh, where, will this "regulating" end? The lazie?t man in the world has been discovered in Ireland. He {has been in bed for thirty years and his mother waits on him. He is apparently strong ar.d healthy, but just too lazy to get up and moved about. G. F. Hawkes, general super- intendent of the H. &T. C. rail- road, has tendered his resigna- tion to go with the El Paso South- western, He will le...

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

|iP! P'-l f\Vv"' 'I V,1 ll <n " WITH tNCLE BV* The Uim of Newspapers. Housewives find newspapers useful In defeating the intentions of the ice trust. A newspaper wrapped care- fully about the congealed cake In the ice box will prolong the size of the cooling chunk many hours. There is a slang assertion that the newspaper "cuts some ice," but this is not meant literally. Newspapers may also be used to wrap about foot warmers in the win- ter Beason, thereby retaining the warmth in the soapstone and making matrimony that much easier for the young man who has Tootsie out for a sleigh ride. Dressmakers use newspapers from which to cut patterns, once again tes- tifying to the fitness of the great American news dispenser. Newspa- pers are, therefore, often close to women, and their popularity with the fair sex is not to be wondered at. The colored supplement of a news- paper is useful not only to the colored people for fly killers, but when partly covered with water and put in the pantr...

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

, . V. I "A Three Roads To Be Merged. Denver Route, Brazos Val- ley and Brownsville Lines to go Under ^ One Mange- ment. Fort Worth, Texas, March 14. —That three Yoakum railroads in Texas are to be merged under one management; that W. E. Green, now vice president and general manager of the Cotton Belt, is slated for the position of vice president and general manager of the three roads, and that a general shake- up will follow the new arrange- ment has leaked out, despite clever efforts to withhold the news until a later date. According to the reported present plans of Mr. Yoakum and associates, the merging will occur April 1, the three roads to be put under one management being the Fort Worth and Den- ver City, the Trinity and Brazos Valley and the St. Louis, Browns- ville and Mexico. That something of a surprising character has been brewing in , railroad circles for several days j has been impressed upon the j with an'Eastern syndicate hold- ing enormous irrigation and land interes...

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

•:n •* local and Personal. 5Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Ing are the proud parents of a new baby—a boy. The military boys were out Tuesday night for a preparatory drill and business meeting. The inspection is ordered for April 11 and the boys will drill from now on twice a week—Tuesdays and Fridrys. J. S. Newton left Tuesday af- ternoon for Corsicana.to resume his duties with the construction party of the T. & B. V. A nice office room for rent see W. D. Pittman. v Mrs. J. D.Jackson of Corsicana is visiting friends here. Mrs. C. L. Watson and daugh- ter, Miss Mattie, have returned from a visit in Hubbard City. Prof. Tom' Gibson and wife arrived from the Territory Sun- day niffht an'J have opened a dancing school at the city ha!!. x YVatc^es that will vaich the ti.ne at jP'Umau's. \.J. H. Key who gets his paper on Route No. 7, called to renew h.s oubscnuticn on Saturday. 90c Men's Tennis Shoes at "i\vVs Svea\ 3vve SaVe Coi\\VTVU6S 75c Men's Tennis Slippers For Before Easter Sales One more w...

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

fe . i; WHlx. Cream VeniiUuge 9S W. y THE 6UARAHTEE0 WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.' BEWAnc.or imitations. THK GENUINE MIEl'AaiJ CN1Y Of Ballard-Snow Unimeni Co- BT, LOUIS, MO. For Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. ante, REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY "iade a Weil Man ™LV?,T ► of Me." G-R.EAT REVIVO HEMEDY prodncw lino remults In 30 day*. It acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when others fail. Youri# men can regum thoir lo t manhood, and old men may recover thoir youthful vtaor by using IS 10VIVO* It quickly and quietly re- moves Nervousness, Lost Vitality. Sexual weakness such as Lost Power. Failing Memory Wasting Diseases, and effects «f self-abuse or excess and indiscretion, which unfits one for study, business or marriage. It, not only cures by starting at the seat of disease, but is a great nervo Ionic uimI blood builder, bringing back the pfinlc glow to pale checks* and re- storing the lire of youth. It wards off ap- proaching disease. Insist on having HHVIVO, no other. It can be c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 March 1907

? i lit y*-\ -' " ' '* '' ■,""" • '-V-; }' ' " ■ • ' v ' ' " ' ''' ' ' Tt* •'(JS&i':;. £ ■*! Ttl;:;,: ™| • i = $' •; £' i S~1 I "V ,r \ 1 Sure ' * I ' ' ■*$''' Relief for Women. Mo. !■ Central A e. Hot SraiNM, Am., April SO, 1(08. Eighteen months ago I waa *o completely ran down that ray body ached from bead to foot. Uy back seemed pain in to brealc in two and I suffered intense abdomen. I could not afford to lay olftnd Uk. a rest, and no medicine helped me any. A friend told me now much Wine of Oardui built her up *nit advised me by all means to take it. The day I took the first dose the recovery of my health began. It was .. . nearly three months before I was entirely cured, but at the end of that time I was in better health than I had been for seven years. 1 look on Wine of Cardui aa the x _ most blessed medicine that a woman could possibly take when she feels sick and tired of life. the lower Okatob, Wsdnmda* Chautauqua Club WlNE'CARDM the pa i'inajly the nervous system give...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 March 1907

m. K9& organization of the Mexia Law and Order League by electing officers and adopting a constitu- tion. Following officers were elected. J. J. Beckham, president. U. A. Arvin, vice president. W. R. Storey, secretary. J. Sandford Smith, treasurer. The president, vice president, secretary, L. I. Gatlin.and N. P. Houx, compose the executive committee. J. A. Gentry, J. L. Sinclair, %nd W. B. Jackson, membership commite. Following is the constitution adopted, which was ordered printed in the Mexia paoers: CONSTITUTION. ART. 1. The name of this organiza- tion shall be, "The Law and Order League of Mexia." Art. II. Membership. Any white man who is eighteen years of age or j older, residing in Limestone county, Texas, may become a member of this organization by a majority vote of the members present, and by subscribing to this constitution. Art. III. Object. The object of this organization shall be to promote the enforcement of all law, the promo- tion of good government, the develop-...

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

vv •• I' Plj 1 BW~IPX$.1 ;¥ ... ■ ■ is® f-V" ... W> -i • i#1 . *>?<••' MfSM ii«fc8S See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The State Herald. Vi'ii, fi ,i VOL. 8. MEXIA- TEXAS, THURSDA, MARCH 28 1007. NO 13 New Hope. j Point Enterprise. We are not all ead at old New j Health of this community is Hope yet, are still able very good. to spell a little. Was a very' A ew have planted cotton, and large crowd out Friday night, oats are looking fine. The We were glad to sea some of the Strawberry crop has began to Shiloh people back again. We ripen. can inform Prof. Cain that we Joe Williams is in Guymon . were reviewed up again and on . Okla. attending to business, the whole book too, just as we] B. F. Sherrill is on the sick have been all the time. Three j list. scholars remained on the floor at! Roland Hinchliffe went to 12 o'clock when we wer forced TJeasrue Saturday afternoon and to retire. j returned Sunday. Brother Costilow filled his reg-i...

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

V ■ ■ •. - : «« H i I THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY r THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. BtWAHE OF IMITATIONS. THt aiNUIKC PHCPAr.tD ONLY O* Ballard-Snow Ltniment Co. For ST. LOUIS. MO. Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. «S. REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY "Made a Well Man THEY-*/- 4®^ off Me." GHBA.T RBVIVO REMEDY pr.nliii cH line re«ultH til 30 day*. It acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when others fail. Young men can regain their lost manhood, and old men may recover their youthful vigor by using ltlCVIVO. It quickly and quietly re- moves Nervousness, Lost Vitality, Sexual Weakness such as I.ost Power, Failing Memory, Wasting Diseases, and effects of self-abuse or excess and indiscretion, which unfits one for study, business or marriage. I't not only cures by starting at the seat of disease, but is a great nerve tonic and blood builder, bringing back the pink glow to pale cheeks and re- storing the lire or youth. It wards off ap- proaching disease. Insist on having KICYIVO, r.o other. It can be carried i...

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

IPlis v WM m 'r"!TSr. TriaJs of Motherhood mb Broad ttrnt. PHUB] ■tfiu, r^iim it, ink. I I • offered (or nlna ;mii with ovarian trouble* making lite • burdra to myself as well aa to my family. During that time I had v and although we longed for i ble. 1 bad constaat racking rdea to y. During that time I bad two ml (carriages solid to bleu our home this teemed lmposst- limba bearing-down paint in the peWlo organ* and a with frequent headaches. I felt tick at^mj lessened and >er of a boy eighteen " to you iPnau heartfelt thank* hi pulling through my _ stomach and vomited frequently and no medicine helped me until Wir£ of Curdul, '7S<*u my general health Improved, the paint | af'vt i IK week* I was wtll. ! am now the happy moi mouth* old and my husband Joint mo in ten for your splendid medicine. Without, 1 would have been a childlest, instead of m happy and well mother. ' Oiirum, Bt. Arourr*! Association. WINECUINII Wine of Cardul is the most uuccessful menstrual regulator. By re...

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

, '• ' 74 ' .. - ■ : '' rf ff- Hawkes, who retires on Ajpril 1st. Mr. Radetaki is well known in railroad circles having been with the Harriman lines for sev eral years, and is at present division superintendent with headquarters at Victoria. IKE STAIE HERALD The Circulation Depart PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor * Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On* Year Entered at the poitofllce at Mexla, TeiM, •s Mcoml-cla*. mtil matter. ' li ♦ JOHN. R. CORLEY CO. I '11' THE CHRONICLE AND JOE BAILEY The Chronicle can't resist the temptation to hit Bailer on every occasion. In its Austin letter published in Sunday's issue in referring to the coming of Bryan to Austin next Friday it takes a shot at Bailey by saying "Bailey may butt in," and that if possi- ble he will work his way into the Bryan meeting. On another page there is a two column sarcastic, burlesque ac- count of the Bailev reception at Gainesville, which was probably written in the Houston office several days before the Gaine...

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