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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1907

m :V.- ■wHHr ,;Vh 4,: 8 Pages= All Home Print. ®8&? \ r? I* ■ -'.'v JBBt See J. Sandford Smith for PURE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas -U V Ti • iE i State I "iER ALI ). VOL. 8. ■ MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, iV LAY 2, 1907. NO io 5 i sse/^M KIS . The Selby Shoe Our Line of the Selby Fine OXFORDS Now Complete Thi ■ line needs no special comment from us as it««gives g| || perfect satisfaction as hundreds in Mexia and vicinity can i> ,estif-v- Iff We briefly describe a few of the newest and Hi best foo= wear. IK Patent Kid, whole quarter, blucher Oxford, Ribbon ties. French Heel, at | $4.50' III Patent Kid, side lace Oxford, a new one and very stylish ribbon tie, ^ welt sole, and Military Heel at « $4.50 X HI Patent Colt circular vamp 2 button mat top turn 'sole, also Patent Kid ||| ||| Blucher Oxford, medium large eyelet Ribbon tie, Cuban heel both styles at ^ l| $4,00 §|> Patent Kid Blucher Oxford, large eyelet ribbon tie, turn sole, military heel $4.00 Four prettv O...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1907

: ■. j. , npr . i. Esu-' • RKvi-f-r,' Bp^: . ' I I 1 I vm It Succeeds, Because its for ona T i. \£ Only, aud Mexia Peo- ple Appreciate This. Nothing can be good for'ever/tVii Doing one thing well brings success. Doan's Kid ey Pills do one thing only. They cure sick kidneys. They cure backache every kidney ill: W. A. Jones, farmer, living four miles west of Hubbard City, Texas, says: "I firmly believe that if t, <u no: been for Doan's Kidney Pills ! could not have worked as I have, was so completely down witn my b e! that I could scar cely get around, hm to stoop or lift was out of the qu -sti i The kidney seere ior.s were scanty and frequent and i lthough i tr.o. ef- ferent remedies and consulted do to:- 1 suffered in this w y for twenty yeais-. Finnally I learned of Doan's Kid e* Pilis and got them. It took three bo>e to do the work but th y did it to ] e fection. To reccommend such a reli tbl< remedy is a pleasure." For sale by all dealers. Price 5< Foster-Milburn Co.,...

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

«:jwk!i. WW. :/';.:;.W sVav w ISPk:' it ;f5EU.. w^Sfr' \ir ■>ww HK wsm ■ 5^fV'• ■ ■ :;..0 t ■ V I I 1L-L..U- „ Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. kiasj / ■>!(■ \ \ ' tyffi-Jk3 afflicted wi If -1 neys. Ifn.. ~.^sf~v ates too o Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis- courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor arid cheerfulness soon disappear when thj kid neys are out of order ' or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevaler/ If ]I that it is not uncommon 'I /' for a child to be bom Uh weak kid- iirf child urin- often, if the ur:,\e j;alds the fleih or if, when the child rua/nes an age when It should be able to c■':rol the passage, it is yet afflicted with fctd-wejling, depend upon it, the cause o' tha difficulty is kidney i ouble, and the first S'.rp should be towards the treatme"t of the3e important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the. kidneys and bladder and not to a habit s.~. most people suppose. Women as well a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1907

iME STAit HERALD t PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor 4 Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATB8: Ou Year #1.0f Entered at the pogtoffloe at Mexla, Texat, aa aeoood-olaii mail matter. ■5V&\>6T\\SV(V$ "R.a\.cs i issue 2 issues 4 issues 1 Year 1 Page $P.OO $16.00 $30.00 $350.00 y2 " 5.00 9.00 16.00 209.00 % •' 3.00 5.25 10.00 125.00 LESS THAN ONE QUARTER PAGE. 1 issue 15c per inch. 2 issues 25c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " " Each Issue. Readers 5c per line each issue. Sleet and snow from the Ne- braska line to the Texas line is the report in the daily papers. Wind, rain and hail did much damage in North Texas the first part of this week. But we had no winter in the winter months. Commander Peary is try ing to raise anothert fund with which to seek the north pole. He might make a trip down into Kansas and find the pole. Local option elections were held in Tarrant and McLennan counties last Saturday and both counties went wet, Tarrant by an overwhelming majority: all papers ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1907

fv*1 r WrnL ri "'-t- ;',jr, :< • "" ?< - •f:.:- X, -•■>■ !?3v fgrajf* H r;5 .Tf . '■ ::'V®iPwgKi?i ,i> / Local and Personal. The rainfall during April, as recorded the local weather sta- tion, amounted to 1.80. McCabe & Steen are getting ready to move to Georgia where they have a big railroad contract. They have already sent some of their men and will ship the tools! and machinery shortly. Millinery at Hickman's. Mrs. Carter Sessions returned from a visit in Dallas. Mrs. Frank Sheeks, who has been visiting here for several day, left Tuesday afternoon for Sherman. The mnnngfng ed'.tor h?s re- turned cVq.ii civj mo cling or the Grand lodge Knights of Pythias in Dallas. lie als) attended the laying of the corner stone of the Widows and Orphans home of the order, which took place at Weatherford on Mondaythe 22nd of April. The building is to cost about $100,000, and when completed will be a splendid monument to Pythianism. Lots for Sale. —2 nice resi dence lots on Ross av...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1907

w tn. Cream i THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY r THE CHSLDRCN'S FAVORITE TONIC. BIWAHC Of IMITATIONS. THE OENUINl psiVAillD ONLY 2Y Bailard-Snow Lln'ment Co« ©T. LOUIS. MO. l-or Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. It Is not It's she who will the Gown. till* (It'COlletf RiiWIl- d\vn. low r.ither cut' ear It Disease and Healtl REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY "Made a Well Man THE \ w "l! of Me." HEVIVO REMEDY |iro<ln<'<>N lino results in 30 day*. It acta powerfully and quickly. Cures when others fall. Vounpr men can regain tlieir lost manhood, and old men may recover their youthful vigor by using HI5VIVO. It quickly and quietly re- inovt'S Nervousness, Lost Vitality, Sexual Weakness such as I.ost Power, Failing Memory, Wasting Diseases, anil effects of self-abuse or j vou don't want to be excess and Indiscretion, which untlts one for ! study, business or marriage. It not only cures i There was a poor maiden named Mayblt ti.v starting at the seat of disease, but is a great i Who knew how to cook for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1907

m ■ ■4 L-t Consumption U less deadly than it used to be. Certain relief and usually complete recovery will result from the following treatment: Hope, rest, fresh air, and—Scott's Emulsion. ALL DRUCGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00. Sim HON !TU IWID ;Tmu ;FRI 5*T i • i I i • ' ' ' I 0 -DURING A NrD-l^ih?. 4:S WslT:«;Q.:iq 5VN''MON;T«I iWediTmu i FRI ;3*T J 1 • • ; i J6:17;l3ji9|2Pi2!i? -J J 4. i2?i$SPW. CARRY WILt CARRY THOiiSA®5 ONES WILL YOU BE AMONG THEM? IF NOT ; WHY NOT? NOWS THE TIMEiaPL'AN! AA-OLISSTNTPS.'"™ Y0UR fO^TWORTH. W No, 2 Folding Bro w n i e -■mt -... Price. "Blrrfe' W ■' fejidi' 'A • -~-*=2S A wonderfully capable and accurate camera built on the Kodak plan. Good enough to satisfy experienced photographers, yet so simple that children can use it. PICTURES 2'4 x 3'4 inches. Loads in day! -it with film Ca. iiiiiies. Fitted with meniscus lens, and shutter with iris diaphragm stops. Full description in Kc daI: Catulcg FREE at ant; photcgrapt'ic >leulvrs cr by n.a'.l. Last Day of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 May 1907

': =F = - WaqHM ' ■ mf* ;jr*. : " • • "." . ■ . ; • Court uuu.e Noies. Groesbeck Journal. COUNTY COURT JURORS. The following is the list of names drawn by the jury com- missioners for service as jurors at the May term of the county court, which convenes on Mon- day, May 20,1907. First Week. . W. H. Lee John W. Bennett W. J. Dobbs J. W. Bradley W. (!. Ainsworth, W. A. Cain W. R. Dailey, H. C. Gantt G. W. Carpenter Bud Dou"1"0" Eiiic Oici ■ T. A. rii. lit J. A. Cain Tom Coleman S. F. Fife R. A. Opv W. R. Wir.Liih J. B. le Second Week W. E. Banner VV. C. Barron B. F Gregory T. L. Houser J. H. Bennett J. B. Gresham B. J. Hancock B. H. Martin J. W. Compton Bob Bird W. B, Humphris J, T. Brown J. A. Broadwell W. B. Cochran J. E. Bryant R. P. Ward, Vol DeLong P. II. Hunt Third Week J. L. Bennett T. L. Criswell W. B. McLendon E. B Lowe:-/ A. L. Pope W. M. Welch J. R. Scott John Dugen Harry McReynolds A. P. Hunt I'at Leach F. N. Mitchell C. S. Ramsey, Zack Williams T. B. Cleaver T. E. Noble J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1907

Wrwwmm V :«1, ' • =;,>0/yf;'If , v -vlf,^r- Vjpp1' "f '■ ;,* • ■ ■ fj 8 Pages==All Home Print. See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas. The State Herald. VO!.. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY li y Mens Mats John 8. Sletson & Co. Make We are Showing Fifteen Styles in the above hat recog- nized the wcrld over, as THE MAT FOR THE MAM STAPLE HAPES Columbia Denver D kota Big Four NOVELTY SHAPES Alike Cade Expressman Pan=American Laloo, Labori, and the Conforming Stiff Hat. COLORS White, black and cedar at S7 $6 $5 $4,50 and $4 PANAMA AND SPLIT STRAWS Milan in Mens Hats at $10 $8 $7.50 to $5 For Panrnna 3.50 3 2.50 2 antf 1.00 Milan $3 and down- Another New Line-of the Gold and Silver SHIRTS 2.50 2 1.50 and 1J You can find'things here to your liking. To A Loved One. I It is with a sad heart I write the death of my little nephew, | John L. Stokes, son of Mi', and ; Mr?. L. M. Stokes of Ballinger I Texas. He wis born March 1st, 1S05, and died April .17...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1907

™Pf " I A HAPPY MOTHER |T W • • PPrP'', CATARRH Why It Succeeds, Because its for one Thing Only, aud Alexia Peo pie Appreciate This. Y-fever tbls tsediclnt enough w Painting for Profit Ely's Cream Balm mk sJ Nothing can be good for'everyt'. i..g Doing one ihing well brings success Doan's Kid ey Pills do one thinj. only. They cur3 sick kidneys. They cure backache every kidnej ill: W. A. Jones, farmer, living foui m les west of Hubbard City, Texas, says: "l firmly believe that if it tac not been for Doan's Kidney Pills 1 couli not have worked as 1 have, was so completely down with my b c! that I could scar cely get around, anc o stoopor lift wnfi out o*"' qu The kidney secre ions WCTfl Scanty and frequent and i lthougii l trieu "li- ferent remedies and consulted doctor 1 suffered in this w y for twenty years. Finnallyl learned of Doan's Kid Pilis and got them. It took three boxe.- to do the work but th y did it to per- fection. To reccommend such a reliabh remedy is a pleasure.'' For ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1907

IN # > Thonsand.3 "lave Kidney '1 rouble and Don't Know it. tlow To Find Out. Fill a bottl* or common glnss with your water and le,t it stand twenty four hours; a sediment or stn c±r^3 "* m3 * '"dicate? an aJrVV?ul'h,,alt-h>' condi' ' tion of the kid- nc yo..i . 'evidence of', kid- ne/ .rouble-; t r frequent desire to it or pain in — j,Hr|c i: alto tqr. jin..i;:j; pi ili^t the kidneys a.id blad cqr i.V« out of order. Wlint to Do. T.icro. coinfoit in the knpwledg^ so c ;':en expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- f' ; the great kidney remedy fulfills ever)' wish in curing rheumatisrr., pain in the tack, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part zi the urinary passage. It corrects inability .0 hold water and scalding paui in passii.g i'. or bad effects following use cf liquor, ■ -ine or beer, and overcomes that unpleaa.mt recessity cf being compelled to go often curing the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extra- ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon rea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1907

•I M i I v WH'ijl" IL—— r-irr 'T".;.; (HE STATE HERALD PUBLISHED N. P. HOUX, EVERY THUR8DAY. Editor 4 Propniktor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Om Year . ■otared t the poctofflo* mi M«la, Tun, m Man4-«bM mail matter i iuuc 2 issue* 4 issues 1 Page $9.00 $16.00 $30.00 1 Year $350.00 " 5.00 9.00 16.00 209.00] X 3.00 5.25 10.00 125.00! LESS THAN ONE QUARTER PAGE. I 1 issue 15c per inch. | 2 issues 25c per inch. 4 " 50c " " j 1 Year 10c " " Each Issue. Readers 5c per line each issue. u COAXING. The May-day breeze round the corner swirls And becks at my window the whole day long, And my heart is sinping of boys and £ir's , • • And of fieldlarks singing their morn- ing song. And of wide fields and a winding lane And a jasmine hedge that is all in bloom And the breeze that rattles the win-1 dow pane Is weighed heavy with sweet per- fume. —Tampering With Trifles.' The May-day breeze that rattles the pane Today is one of a different hue, Chilled from contact with a drizzling rain, It pierces my body th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1907

<: -.v.v i - T 1 tu&Mb MB*. ippmi # > v. « i; tt; ^ryuta • Trunks SUIT CASES AND BAGS We want tc Mention our line of Above Articles If not ready for them now and you contemplate a trip please see what we have. Trunks made especially for ladies auto= matic with seperate trays 25 18.50 13.50 and down For Men $22.5G $18 to 10.98 Club Bags 20.00 12.50 10 and down Suit Cases 18.50 1412.50 and down Steamer Trunks 10.98 We can easily sup- ply your wants and can assure you the style as well as the price is correct. A. J. Wagner & Company. Local and Personal. "It new rains but it pours,' | was the cast Tuesday afternoon Ii was the ihfwrfest we have yet had, ChWi" A- ,Sevens, Frank Houser, and Cbarftte Stephens left Wednesday 'morning for McKinney to attend ttie Fire- mens state convention &$ dele- gates from the Mexia depart- gfcock of small Diamond* at PiUmit% Davi4 Murphy has returned from a busing trip to San An- tonio. . Jackson Brog, hav* at their store an unfinished b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1907

w- 'T rV(T THE GUARANTEED WORM A' I Pi" I h > / i .-■z"* . . \| ? *X# Vv. c- •> tvA ■„ . v. * j IT) r . "•-" , . f u-'i i v/irrt ;*#- "iirai-EY* V/i'tinj. As Jhe years m.u'jv .l ine on the rrvstic pvje ■ •; I- A:v!i.<■ white ff.oit. t%3is orf tho cro.vn ot •'I i- ,j... ' ■/ " THE CHILDREC'B FAVORITE T#WC. <! A:,,15^'.1 :''Y4*' fl'("" b?«vond ' v i • ,.;v, . -M * , • mwah" or iwrwtroirt. . ' 'i T$-f|3H rt°4|C- *«', : lijCSby, i«,MMU(Np/w:>*AB-7.0Nuy by ' . f;1 ;> <« . • 'rose red Wt1 rd-Snpv?. L^inient ,Co. ■ > \&o$.:vkitau>i t.-.V 'ovi'11 1 ©t, ,v. ,• ... U~ Lic'viA1 noiiA '(tfl f ,• . THE Ballard i Marriage in Kansas. i A tjeanville man, recently married | In Arkansas, was serenaded by the | home band on bis return. The band J consisted of 15 bells, five shotguns and I ten bonis. And It Is not amiss to re- \ mark that tbe Beanville band and an i Arkansas wedding form a very pretty ; combination.—Topeka (Kan.) Capital. Worth It. Hi; stopped to 1(1;. he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1907

: 4 The effect of Scoffs Emulsion on dun, pale children if magical. It makes them plump, rosy, active, happy. It contains Cod Liver Oil, Hypophosphites and Glycerine, to make fat, blood and bone, and so put together that it is easily digested by little folk. ALL DRUOOI8T8I BOO. AND St.OO. ;F*i |3*r 5W;Ho«'.T«I IWU'.Tnu ' ■ 13 Sw'Hoh ITui iWko IThu :FriSat DURING • ANtD&P r-sv,Q\u\ ^12i!3:H!!5i; !6i!7il8ii9|S)i2!i? l4iiSil6!l7 ■MM ^;29!30pl WILL CARRY to" WlS£0NES CPEBK; r.xwrwrxn wasrcr c mmtrvfrmn-c vnmvffi WILL YOU BE AMONG THEM? IF NOT WHY NOT? NOWS THE TIMETO.PLAN! talk hover with YOUR FRI^IDS! v- A.A.GLISSON. o.p.a. fORT WORTH. TtxAS. No. 2 F«>W «£ 'u Brownie ■*' ¥ '0k Price, $ ^ ..00 O ff/iiiv' ■ rfw ■t4'! i • v « .''I' [\ .> -: A wonderfully cap,:.!' jnd accurate camera built on the Kodak p an. Good enough to satisfy experienced photographers, yet so simple that chilu rou can use it. PICTURES 2« x 3'/4 inches. Loads in <1?; ' with film Csi ■> ijsies. Fitted wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 May 1907

, . ^ PiElffl ■#:?*SL f .' XXXXXM&KX3CK Alexia and Vicinity # Who Suffer With Eye Diseases X and Deformities. DRS. ADAMS & AUSTIN Eye specialof 15 years experience make you the following proposition: If you will meet them at Mexia on their dates here £. 3 they will examine all who suifer with any eye disase or ;£f del i" F1EE or n'vv and will tell them plain facts O aiiou ' c l'case;.!-lit'.i i:i whetoercurable or not. If cur- abl ; w ku time is iteded; whether or not they can be ?*j care 1 by medicine, surgery or glasses. If your case is ££ curable will guarantee to cure for a reasonable fee. Q Those without money need not stand back and suffer O longer. Come and we will cure you and give you time O to pay. Those in need of charity will be treated free of SQ charge. O You meet with no disappointment when we take your jQ case. O We make no experiments. We limit our practice to f ft the care of eye diseases and deformities (known and proven by science to be curable.) VVe trea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 May 1907

msM' ""' ..IV m mmmmm 7 i ■•• ^ 8 Pages«=All Home Print. See J. Sandford Smith for FSRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The State Herald. ■( I w; VOL. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, HURSDA'. . V.,' : 007. NO ! f SUE*"'' '..W-ttu:*h M MDawtMtn kU*** V uxa.-vw • ^r *. §> ##• •«# #*#<&«* €<#• $*•< *5NM> ® J 1 tWi Fruit Jar n rg Igmmmsmmm,. -mmm, mm:.. ■ ' ■; wmwimmwmwM ®K. 8 I- II lu1 *1 <L We h ive just received over 3 thousand & s §* f& sit i ft iii sfi hll\ 1 ^ y T so And owing to the fact that fruit in this section v \ be very scarce, we quote the fol- lowing yi .:es which r x Sower than they can be , ivered now at wholesale from Chicago St. '.onis. Pint i; uit Jars per doz. 50c Quart ruit Jars per doz. 60c 1=2 g&L Fruit Jars per doz. 75c Extra fruit jar tops per doz. 25c Fruit jar rubbers per doz. 5c n. Y. Bargain House Mexia, Texas. (& A NEW STYLE FOR YOUNG MEN Shlloh Snap Shots. Oat cutting is now in force in this section. B. F. Gregory's sons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 May 1907

w. ■1 ir fs •' . •-?>5$e•■;: •'." . jft - ' wwgwm? 1 S JP^7:' . "ft WV . .' ' (1y.;vV K'vS'^fjJjp'•., ;, *«#. ' fjss ': • ^ tv " B'M Mfc$ ganravp JfflW-S 1 • imt ENDORSED AT HOME. i ""'* Such Proof as This Should Convince Any Mexia Citizen. The public endorsement of a local citizen is the beBt proof that can be produced. None better, none strong- er can be had. When a man comes for- ward and testifies to his fellow-citizens, adrdesses his friends and neighbors,you may be sure he is thoroughly convinced or he would not do so. Telling one's experience when t is for the public- good is an act of kindness that should be appreciated. The following state- ment given by a resident of Mexia adds one more to the many cases of Home Endorsement* which are beinj.' published about "The Little Conquer- er." Read it. R L Beeman, farmer. Shanks P. <>., near Mexia, Teaxs, says: "Doan ^ Kidney Pills is the only kidney remedy that ever did me any good. For six years I suffered a great deal of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 May 1907

JRjp. „ M_ WMBBBwHrs ^.iPlTO '• ' <v i V' --L- - vjv-iw -•-4- ia> :. 'W* 1 ■4 b]8 Ri .if*®".. '•" '1'; • tS •' ■.'■ 1*he Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There fc a disease prevailing in this country most danperous he nere so decep- ~ *"""" tive. M?;iy sudden deaih - -v? caused by it — h« .rt disease, pneur nia, heart iailu" or npoplexy f are jften the result of Kidney disease. If !• ' ■ ey tr ;ible is al- v/'ja to advance the 'iey -poisoned ...'jol will allack the 'ita: „rg:tns or the K::;;:.y , . jr^.K down and waste aw cell by ?' Tiro . mi-.'-' always result from . d'.sauKem of th-j Kidneys arid a cure is • 'ansed ._iok -st by a proper treatment of kldneya. If y.-.u are feiHrjgr badly you "a:i make no mistake by takinj; Dr. Kilmer's <=>-.vamp-Root, the great kldf.ey, liver and oladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scald- ing pain in passing it, and overcome:; that unpleasant necessity of being, compelled to v/> often during the day, and tt>,get up ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 May 1907

W®5 ' .!yV' w' p ■ w' ■ '}' ■ ' ... jmkmfhhimh? , ' V ^ HWWiJJUWffqgfv.: f try- •i.rt&ts.-'vr s.3T r\ r* v v" ""' •*' • '..«rr.vi%>.tKtlrt'writi <!m-PS It m s-xf.T—v *r tefeu rwa:• wm-m wt.rjitkMum .< • ? jar rrrvr In w^Jer iii£ SIAIt ittlUALD PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor a Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ?1.0« Entered at the postofllee at Mexia, Texas, a* second-olass mail matter. 3\A\>&TVvsvw<J "KaUs i issue 2 issues 4 issues 1 Year 1 Page $9.00 $16.00 $30.00 $350.00 )\ " 5.00 9.00 16.00 209.00 x " n 3.00 5.25 10.00 LESS THAN ONE QUARTER PAGE. 1 issue 15c per inch. 2 issues 25c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " " Each Is,sue Readers 5c per line each issue. .Genera i Liondard t The Republicans In Ohio .seem coroi"g homo irom "'"V* ts''bc between the devil and the nines to take command or the . , . r, , „ department of the east. In 1H'.*7i a;'sP aa between 1 oiaker a horse doctor in Arizona; in 1007 fcnd-Taft. Ditch 'em both and the be...

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