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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1907

. ■ ■ *■ v4!"'') •'1 , i wm„ - isi'Tis-V' f/ *~' '• ?s E fe ia*\ ?fc« ■*.. ' h ?<; £v.'v. : and ciiJo-. 'i'.l l.i.u '.«• !' " r VI I.nf,"'• edge of rigtii pnfe{ a it. i. I. p'iuur;. methods wlier.wn a to. ly >.*i*.; •<' ariu promote your lor*.d pVo>"<erit.-'. This lm will impart to you witlt'iv own voice. a T..1E TJ JV«>F F. H&mm&r Pa.int Corapa.ny ST. LOUIS. NO. Sp? -' i Reports from the bedside of Mr. John Carroll are to the ef- fect that he has somewhat rallied a id seems to L;<i resting better than for some time. -i. •rl ?^N| nl, R,^ ''((j have stooil the t- t for < ••• v years, and are still iu the i ail. '1 >■-alisolute certainty of grov. t.'ieiri' u otuinonly large yields of ileli^oiis v: ; Oil 'es and beautiful flowers, u .ike. tin u the most reliable ami the : st popular eveiy- wliere. Sold by Ml dealer .. 5 .07, Seed Annuiti i-cc on request 0. M. FEHTY & CO.. Detroit, Mich. Reports from L the oats need ra< to coma soon th? failure....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 April 1907

j" ■ '9r :' ■■■ .,-,'• • , r: .. ' ,;V -;y< w, '-'W >V;. '<••?/' , ,a. r' W." -v.. v"V. .- - ; ~.s-:..i' ■ "ii* *; ".iV1 <'v„ v , • - * ■" ' '■:•■ •■'■'■. " .-. ■■ ■ ;■■ ■£/£$$Z ■'■'•'• •'•::v,S A. '92-MEl.BA RY£> ^4?° per Gallon. Largest 5 tir r«ws or WHISKEY to Consumers in th« South..... ■^^JXRADDOCKsCO.^ DALLAS. TEX. iw8 *tm . " :;r«mlF7Z* OUHAUillR GOHTHlBUTCf! Uy Julin E. I)j>i% Austin, A))! 11 S. The feeling of dispatisfaeticm of tfc'J members of tI e 1 .••jtIsIhtui-e ov v the ?- •••!• . •;< a k ,'ias • i. !• ii:r. a i . > • •, w;:'h II I, : Oi ill the <)•' 1 j rcxuliitlcji b. both houses p.,r. for sine die adjournment on A.> i 1 1J. This week will be a fruitful que, as the fate of n-.an.v measures will be tlo- ternilncd as far as this Legislature is concerned. If I could tell jus! 'what, will be accomp ished in the remain Ing live nionic :i toil's days I would make a big scoop, but under the cir- cuinrtanees it would be so risky to prophesy that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1907

/ - :^ v' rff/" '* \,r^yp^ y* -;y • ' ■ v«* • - 1 "1 10 Pages—All Home Print. , _ AI,I* "f _11 ^wim1" i\«.iFi;r~1<" I :pr t""A " ""finr H '. 1 See J, ^andford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. « KMMMI MMMHI - i I 1 "HE State Her. " V ;• • ■ ' i ' ALI a ). VOL. 8. M^XIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL m 1007. NO 16 >/ * ij ^ > [ £\. ~^V, i if • r ... .g&r iau7 > LOSS BROS. « CO. I * Clalhcs Maker* (. / fitUiaan ft>i Ntw.l SPRING CLOTHES OF CHARACTER for Gentlemen of Taste. To some extent you can judge clothes like people==by the company they keep. The Styles, Patterns and Models worn by discriminating men are pretty apt to be "right," and so is their choice of tailors. You'll find this true of our ScMoss Tailored Olithes, You will see them worn by all groups and classes wherever good taste is apparent and properly attired men congregate. Nowadays everybody who amounts to anything is expected to be well dressed. To be otherwise is regarded as a sign...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1907

m. ■14 i " * -" * >?$ ,'. ~' J '' ' l- . -. ■ irj'^i ■*■■ ': rJW 4/ ■'2x (v -I A. W**"!v! :. -.1 M ifn&Hr ;«' '•:./' ffe* .'$?* • ;• '•••;*}S"'A' . -"Sfi® "rl'! r* ^___- TheNewi-No pare Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed, if all Cough cures were like Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure is-and has been for 20 years. The national Law now requires that if any poisons enter into a cough mixture, it must be printed oh the la- bel or package. For this reason mothers, and othert should insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough cure. No poison-marks on Dr. Shoop's labels and nore in the medicine else it must by law be on the label. And it's not only safe, but it is said to be, by those who know it best, a truly rem irkable cough i emedy. Take no chance, particularly with your chil- dren. Insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Compare carefully the Dr. Shoop package with others and see. No poison marks there! You can al- ways be on the safe side by demanding Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Simply re- fuse to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1907

■■ ' . • • ' * ■ ■ . / , s * ' . ?■> - ■ ' . '' 'T rf : I:v"' .'!. ... #* f;.vV-** ■' •v- "•• •• -• • , •~V.; • £3Hk; 2H& = :,v ;vi ,vo p. t a tl >■- > ;af. I 3 1 1 • .«■■ , '*. . t&aV «..-v m ■ I'.jsfci .%: ■ ' I I r. >: VA1XY ROUTE r ENTRY ■i fr.~ Terry :seed9 nre not srt experi- i-ut.but witii propercuUi- ' v ltion.tliry nt ire success fi om Ui>.' st i rt. Users hove no dun! (J nt p.ant ig nor disap- pointments at hi est. Get Off i K9H0 l'or biprpeKt, sui" nt allilealev;. 5-. year«. I'.>07 : free on ieqin d. r.i. Det.ro!., ^Ich , best crops— •o«m for over cul A initial £l CO. Conference Held and Date of Entering Dallas Decided on As Jnne 1. A1- a conference held in Dallas yesterday between W. E. Green, vice president and general super- intendent of the Missouri, Kan- sas and Texas, and VV. C. Connor, president of the Dallas Terminal, Railway and Union Ddpot Com-1 pany, it was finally decided that the Trinity and Brazos Valley will enter Dallas on June 1....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1907

I II Sj m ■ •::«& * imim i UE STAU KHALI published every tmursoav. ih.p. moux, eoitoh 4 pa®mm«to« SUBSCRIPTION RATES: OM i.ot Entered at the postofflce at Maxia, Tim, 41 second-class mail matter. m the many states that are yet without a system of voting which frees the people from the professional politician and boss? Are the makers of our papers too timid or too intimate with the political-masters to demand such legislation as will drive the boss The jury in the Thaw case has thus far failed to agree upon a verdict. It is said that nine are for acquittal and three for con- viction. from power?" It might be heard of how "socked it to' 'men in Texas It was a hung jury in the Thaw trial and the whole thing will have to be gone over again at a future hearing. Those jurymen ought to be bumped for inflicting such a pest on a helpless public. Representative Cocke of Bexar county, he of Bailey investiga- tion notoriety, has been caned by his "democratic admirers of Tvler." But very few...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1907

m '■:■/■■ .V " =!= fif THE BEfittUI fir f LEGISLATURE OF TEXAS A Session oF Unusual and Arduous Labor. The Most Important Platform Promises Are Enacted Into Laws. AusthC Texas, April 13.—From Jan- uary 8 till 2 p. m. yesterday the Thir- tieth Legislature of Texas made laws and bade history, and a resume of the work done shows much admirable accomplishment with some things of questionable expedience. There were 730 bills introduced iu the House and 316 In the Senate, making a total of 1046 bills In both branches. Of this number there were about BOO local measures, which left something over 500 general bills to be considered, and out of this num- ber approximately 135 were passed in both branches. Out of that num- ber 96 were House bills and 39 Sen- ate bills. Thus it will be observed that about one-third of the bills were passed. These figures do not Include the local hill?, Mirro h p1 ■■■bihly 450 of these local measures wni 'i have pissed at this session. Of all these bills pulsed ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1907

ri*.i T.r« m ) 11 wm Senate >(*nt fasoliyian to-awnd the constitution to IpcreMe the Wary of the governor from >4.000 to $8,000 and fixing the eftlary of the. lieutenant governor at $2,500 annually. Local Bills Passed. Among the bills granfc'ng new char- ters to cities were the following: 'Dal- las, Fort Worth, Galveston. Beaumont. San Antonio, Y\'a.oo, Corslrana, Tyler, El Paso Temple. Greenville, Denison, Austin Baird Marshall and Gonzales. Among 'the local bills creating inde- pendent school districts were the fol- lowing: Blossom. Tu'lla. Balline;er, Jacksonville, Stephenville, Amarjllo, Midlothian, Uvalde, Couch, Seagovlllo, Bowie, Claude, Grandvlew, Hagerman, Cisco, B1 Dorado, Sulphur Springs, Al- P'me, Teague, Panhandle, Lubbock, Midland Cold Springs, Rockwood, Hunlsvllle Mllford, Childress, Welling- ton, Svn r ■ Hallrtsir.e, S:.:i A ".to- nio and K ■ . Bill creating the Sixty-seventh judi- cial dlstr'ct in Tarrant county; bill changing the limits of the Fourteenth and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1907

ifok'' .■ 8S'' ee=— LL'-M Local and Personal. INft I V-s If 'I * Several cases were disposed of in the justice court Friday and several dollars went into the ex- chequer. Mrs. J. W. David of Cor- sicana is visiting her parents in the western part of town. Two residences for sale, or trade for land at right prices for both.—J. J. Beckham. Mrs. A. M. Branch of Waco is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. H. M. Roberts. David Stevens, who has been living in San Francisco for the past three years, came in ^Jast Saturday on a visit to the old home near town. He says it is beginning to shake out there again. All sizes of the best fish hooks, lines and trotlines at Pittman's. W. A. Randall of Ft Worth was in the city Ssnday. Mm. Gerlich visited Toaguo Sunday. Mrs. Spillers arrived ft'on Greenville Sunday night to visit her daughter, Mrs. Wiley Bryant, who i quite sick. Stock peas and goobers, sor- ghum and millet for sale. w-4-13-2t. J.J.BECKHAM Ben Jac ■: on lef - Sunday for Singleton, t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1907

■i^WZ. 9 ft SPSS ra- il r j qfc I 1 a* Bream Vers THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY WITH UNCLE BY* THE CiilLQRfTN'S FAVORITE TONIC. BEWARE Of fMfTflTfONB, THE GKNUl.-ii. mL. AktO ONLY BV Bellurd-Saow Unlment Co. OX. LOUIS. MO. t MEXIA DRUG CO. iaS> REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY Well Man of Me." THE GIlXiiVT REVIVO REMEDY produce* lino reditu In 30 day*. It acts powerfully and quid! ly. Chips wlieti others fail. Young men can renain their lost manhood and old men may recover their youthful vigor by usiiif; ItliVIVO, It quiekly mid quietly re- moves Nervousness, I,ost Vitality, Sexual Weakness such as Lost Power, Failing Memory, Wasting Diseases, and effects of self-abuse or oKcess and Indiscretion, which unfits one for Ntu-.v. business or marriage. It not only cures by starting at the seat of disease, but is a great nerve tonic and blood builder, bringing back i he |>iiik glow to wale elieekh and re- storing the lire ol youth. It wards off ao- proachingdisease. Insist on having ItHVBVO, no...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1907

rfnf "MS ; BjSS \ i-.? •>t I v ,'•• Ji •■; ■■-.-• Is your baby thin, weak, fretful ? Make him a Scott's Emulsion baby. Scott's Emulsion is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites prepared so that it is easily digested by little folks. Consequently the baby that is fed on Scott's Emulsion is a sturdy, rosy- c cheeked little fellow full of health and vigor. ALL DRUGGISTS; 50c. AND $1.00. ^ Sun'PiON iTue '.Wed ;Thu ;Fri ?5«t| -.1. !6i!7il8|i9|S)ia|? W;l !. Si/NiMoNlTue ;WEO';1HU:,Fri ISat ! i. • • ' : 1 *^-[516 :Si?Ji3 ^29130:31111 ! caWry Tone Up With Good Paint It is good business to keep prop- erty "toned up." A coat of Pure White Lead Paint not only makes things look better and gives them a higher selling value, but it makes things wear better and gives them a higher value for long wear. CoHier or Southern Pure White Lead gives an opaque, du/able coat that protects and preserves from the rav- ages of time and weather. Prospective buyers of Pure White Lead have heretofore been subject t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 April 1907

ill : rffl 'l ■i w From New Hops. Well, Mr. Editor, as Shiloh has doubled up on New Hope in your last issue I thought it time to ex- plain the true situation and then it will be time to ring off this kind of news. This kind 6f stuff may suit the correspondents of Shiloh, as they all seem to enjoy it and brag on your paper and say it is growing better each week. I for one would think it much better without all this rot these correspondents use in their locals. Shilo1) u: ■ i ) be my olJ st v. p- ing ground and there are some good christian people living there, but if we wore to judge from the locals it would be like the boy that was asked what occupation his father followed, and he said he was a preacher but you could hardly tell it. Mr. Pete Ugly Plug starts his locals with good news; says they have organized christians to work for the salvation of sinners. But as he proceeds his diseased mind and sinful heart wanders over to the New Hopo country and he is at once transformed to a d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 April 1907

V' , ,, " 'i-L ' ■> >V' '' " ♦ b'; rg^it rM- •X-,'" .w spui IV: T- -■mm' if: ■ ;/ ' r?3 I | L .&' i ife;-" •'>""&' ■ fKR'Jf" 14" ; £t::V ^hhmKm *V" V" r3H i ■.*i i ■■ I 1 * P i >;s k-,rr II I «s-W ■■ KRt mil [ 8 Pages—All Home Print. See J. Sand ford Isirii.h lor i IRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The tate Herald. vol. 8. exia, texas, thursday, april 241907. NO 17 i mmmm NUMM Or.fWr, m & mZ >m n, ,n h. lwW:- M \ mi OESiGNED BY SchlossBaoS* CO FINE CuOTHCS MAKCPS. Baltimore >* NtW Yo«* Lace Curtains.! Look Over 5 New Styles|j Before you buy clothes for spring or summerr We would be pleased to gpi ppg have you come in here and see what we have. We have made great prepara- W tions in our Clothing Department to have the pattern you want in such variety jg| of styles that it will be just easy to be suited. ^ The coming week we offer some unusually attractive Spring Suits at fif 1 $15 to 18.50 § III (A good picture of the style above) ^ l 1 The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 April 1907

v\« ■ * 1 ■ :«*• ,.Jh,*yvr,}.; • -# • *#, > •• ♦ ■ •<. j t . >r, - sesaaae-B __ ' I < 1 H The Kewa—No pure Drug Cough THE PUlLtl OK HfciALlH. Cure Laws would be needed, if all, "The price of health in a malarious Cough cures were like Dr. Shoop's ; di8trjct j8 just 25c; the cost of a box of Cough Cure is—and has been for 20 years. The national Law now requires that if any poisons en ter into a cough mixture, it must be printed on the la- bel orpackage. For this reason mothers, and others should insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough cure. No poison-marks on Dr. Shoop's labels and none in the medicine else it must by law be on the label. And it's not only safe, but it is said to be, by those who know it best, a truly remarkable cough i emedy. Take no chance, particularly with ycur chil- ! Dr. Shoop's J Dr. King's New life Pills," writes Ella Slayton, of Noland, Ark. New Life Pills cleanse gently and impart new life and vigor to the system. 25c, sat-, isfaction guaranteed at M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 April 1907

ilSSiiBlSiaS^wfi . ■ •. > ip fifes ?Wfe . .. . n mm " tJ . ..... .(, J .«(! Si.:. «<• *'■' |XV zmuus, DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK? j . I ; #-* f ■ • KidOey Trouble Makes vou Miserable. Atoisit everybody who rebels the news- papers Is know of the wonderful k ' cures made by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great, kidney, liver > and bladder remedy. ■ It is the great medl cal triumph of the nine- l tcenth csntury; di£- |i|l|l covered after years 01 111 scientific research by \fl Dr. Kilmer, the emi- nent kidney and blad- der specialist, and ly successful In promptly curing laivic back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou- btos artd'Br.igln'f DIs«sci, vvhichJ" the worst furm of kidney troubis. '* Qt. .Kilmer's Swamp-Root n not r<*? onm^idcd'fcr everything but if you havekla n-.y,.Uycr. or bladder t •. ubie it will be found Ju ;t tsioTicracdy you nr.td. It has been tested , irfswffiany ways, in hospital v/oik, in private- fiuctice, among the helpless too poor to pur- chase relief...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 April 1907

Mawy Aft lilSTAlt ICtALB The governor has submitted his message to the special ses- an and the boys are supposed to get down to work now. From Mexico eomes the report that the reeent earthquake was worse than at first reported, and several more towns have been added to the wrecked list THE COLORADO CHAUTAU- QUA AHDSUMMER SCHOOL. The tenth annual session of this popular assembly and school will open at Boulder July 4th and continue for six weeks. Special efforts have been made to make a platform program of the very best talent in America, and to engage a faculty for the summer school which will attract teachers and students both at home and abroad. The nucleus of the platform program will be a fifteen-piece orchestra under the leadership of Signor Cavallo, of Denver. He is a leader who is£well known both East and West, and has gathered around him a group of artists which will make his or- hestra one of the best of its size. Around this nucleus has been grouped such well known talent ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 April 1907

and Personal. M llillir.f>) irt Kitl r at;'t. tlx Storey building is hieing cleaned out and work will fioon begin rebuilding it. 4, See the new collars, new belts new back combs and notions At Hickman's. J. P. Reynolds has accepted a position with A. J. Wagner & Co., as shoe man. ■13 "f I MK m?: jSira t®" ■ V > ■ -1 -fr- ■ - i'ii/ .■ to C All but for Walter Steen has the contract ►to Wklt ngy cottage f6r" hfe brother, Ed. on the lots made vacant when Dick Steen's house burnnd some mouths ago. Work will begin in a few days. A nice present for you when you trade $5.00 at Hickman's, Two residences for sale, or trade for land at right prices for both.—J. J. Beckham. B. W. Jackson has returned to Dallas after a few days sp°nt her;? on business. Ladies doii'i buy youri.tw hat ; .it.1 you have sea. ILckmaw's 1 ) .e. iiis prices a.'o the lowest. Dr. J. F. Cook, Judge W. E j boyle, Col. J. Sandford Smith, | a.id Dr. Jerry Wyckoff have re- j t u'.ie 1 from a i'evv days outing] n: Ra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 April 1907

•*•$2 s" | ! *XL-i. jtt.&KW. '-*>1, •SWU ' Hi Ma rfw> •aiM oV^Jrf. PJ> ftflfif! ','Mi* earf •-a* r>w !>• .'... !#•• i. r.^ !!i3$:i$ay «Jv< ;,:•-! • :• '> ? i'lfjt S' * '-iy x> ,' <-t * :■« .• . *'■ . • " .*•""' « ■ v - ' " ■ ' ■'. .: faE' I $1 ■-'j ■ • • p* rijf.ff $ m ViTOI '■-5'V c-../ ' T-Wf w WHX'iv. v Cream ipiiitip , mmmmum flit GUAHAMTECIj If eggs are lieu fruit, would It be ; „ proper,.to, speak. goose • fagg-fts a"' double-yolked gooseberry ? , «wir . ; *• | The following is tha off;N.Atcy $$&< i'm , ; >*,*': :*'■■■;,r • ' ries appointed, by (the. Gotfe.'iur iv-wji :. r ' ■- • ~ ■; \.. A ^ • H ' ~m': ' V . foC Limestone comity, .their. jHT i viJ "w^;' ii*v 'A'r ' \ ■JT ■ a^vertlsen^at for a New Yock . ♦& ■> tv, 1 II. lO ii c-Y S ' i<5 v?C flUff F'-IIV '• L,l^n"^ furnishings ator'e-^ays TO^re men. 5' '■ *■ .; ■i/ '••; , • vyrr?*',!;aiV Veajr^fi gofaets tljls gpiSijg thiia«3$07: • A' •*fii ' ■ '■■■■ - over before. I suuuuse. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 April 1907

W1 Sag ' ''!■' -■• ■■■ " 11 That hacking cough continue* Because your system is exhausted and your powers of resistance weakened. Take Scott's Emulsion. It builds up and strengthens your entire system. It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest. ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00 Complies with all requirements of the National Pure Food Law, Guarantee No. 204 I, filed at Washington. MIL//// sif. Sum [Hon iTgt I Wed :Thu ;Fri Sat • I 1 -DURINC 4:S 'fSST!R:Q:ii\ !5un;Mon!Ti« iWEo'.lhu i !3114:15 Pji9^PiZi!? il.W 1131 li.J.J WILL * ,... - f Evl f/fc? •f ■< . v.- •- CARRY or- ; is < . —x r m I • . v ... b> .«,*w A 4'*"";' xtt 1,4 WILL YOU BE AMONG THEM? IF NOT — WHY NOT? HOW'S THE TIME TO PLAN! TALK ITOVER WITH YOUR FRIENDS! A.A.GLISSON. G.P.A. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. * JH No © 4 ^ imnu, ■ e.3 ' "4. I I mm $ 00 A wonderfully capablo and accurate camera built on the Kodak plan. Good enough to satisfy experienced photographers, yet so...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 April 1907

I 111 I I I r ■ I I ft If TEXAS VET- ERANS DISBAND • -w *:• **, •« '•.<■ •• ;VTt. ' , . i.v"*- • - f.< JY-f- ! ^ ., jfc V-' k .. • V- % Year by Year Death Has Depleted the Membership Until Few Are Left. Austin, Texas, April 19.—The Veterans' organization, an asso- ciation composed of survivors of the battle of San Jacinto and others who were in the Texas army during the days of the re- public, held its final meeting to- day, dissolved never to meet acr r*i. Yea;' b ■ j,r the rank -; o,' tho organization have been dwindling away. Oai by one those who survived the bloody battle fields have dropped off until the few who now remain are not of suffi- cient numbers to maintain an association, even if their age would allow them sufficient ac- tivity. S. F. Sparks of Rockport has been president and Mrs. Stephen H. Darden of Wharton secretary and treasurer. Mr. Sparks could not be present, and those who did attend were Mrs. Darden, -J. W. Da Islington of Taylor, A. J. Kirchville ot' Ky...

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