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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 May 1907

wSBf ' V .. •:;. ' ■■■,:)■. ^ • *w\' ; *g": ' /■■ 1'W 'M' M m - '• ' • v, V' r wm*w HPRRH -Mi ■ I n ,! '\ You will never know what true eye comfort is un- til you get glasses from DR. ROBINSON. The accurate fitting of glasses prevent eye diseases, no charge for consultation. Hearing appliances. The deaf who are interested should call on Dr. Robinson who will be pleased to demonstrate the use of va- rious applicances to aid the deaf. Artificial eyes. Dr. Rob- inson carries a large assort- ment of artificial eyes, those who are interested can get one to appear natural in size and color. Dr. Robinson's Catarrh Remedies have cured thous- ands. Sold by Mexia Drug Co. Mexia Texas. Dr. Robinson will again be at Commercial Hotel in Mexia Eve Diseases Prevented Two special trains made up of J twelve coaches, passed through on the T. & B. V. Friday bound south. There were 600 people in the party and they are prospect- ing through Texas. They are from the northern and eastern states. Lee V...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 May 1907

[ I [ IT L THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY WITH T UNCLE15V ) M THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. ■ CWAftC Or IMITATIOMB. THK GENUINE PFHtPARED ONLY ■ * Ballard-Snovy Liniment Co. T. LOUIS, MO. For Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. T* f lliropv1 -\?o Slb lilli uui LliSG Between North and Souili Texas Her Mission. Oh, Cupid wont nut in Ihu mart to shop— It seiinril that thu ruacal would never «U>1>! • , He barifut|ip<j for all of tlie maids In town. Excepting just one—and her name was Brown. Her name It wa: Brown rind sit- kept a nit 'And Hwd by heiwlf In a gloomy flat; She wore all 1 . curls in u corkscrew I stylf Ami never -no, never—was known to snuiti. Tier face was as sharp as a hatchet's bl.'litf— Said Cupid. "1 guess I won't need this maid!" Ho left her alone with her camphor gum And look all the rest. Then he traf- ficked, some! 7Io opened a store and the trade was fast Until every lad In the place was lassed! There wasn't a man in the whole blamed town To wed with the maiden whose name...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 May 1907

Utsm&8S2£& ill oo'it onv '*os >sinoon«a nv *)i|Si9M ui Xvp « punod « pouraS ®q§ 'uoirjntuQ r.ltoos* jjooj sqg °pooj j i| uzojj )a un|«unoa tuapyjnt pvjqxa jou pip si(i amvoag >un{| tVM UVUIOM tUV [JQ M JyJ y nV, O' Sun! Hon iTve iWio ;Thu jFm Sat . j I i • -PURING- ■1:^ ■,s:T:R:QiiH 5w;mon!T* :wtolthu;fri ;5at i t I [3J-I5I6 !6i!7|18!i9:2PiZ!|5 r-*•• :ri* *r ^i2/l!25S26ic7;2f WILL 'r«rsS?S^ i £ 8.V ** ^^Hli5j!6!l7p5:yj?o :"8!^;30pli . CARRY ; W|SE ON }?.yiXv#.IDWHk ^. WILL YOU BE AMONG THEM? IF NOT —————— WHY NOT? NOW'S THE TIME'TCXPLAN! TALK ITOVER WITH YOUR FRI^DSf A.A.GLISSON. C PA. FORT WORTH. TEXAS. mra*# mssaEe^sasss. N ,olrrj Ja, ■**«/ No. 2 Brownie Ogjg «& Btoota Price. $ tz =00 WBBBBk ■ B@Sh 0~ §11 4JL 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!4x3'/4 inches. Loads in dav' « f •^ . x.« L with film Cartridges. Fitted with meniscus len...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 May 1907

UlR fllSU kit Wn W", "•>.. *%• IT I. " Austin, Tox.i i, i . /There are some pBopla v'in sto* ; to think 'that th: legislator has wnc > in t'ntl to his troiiblfta, now thai ti • jfHslon 1« over. 'Fat* lie it £...:a t ■> tacts. Why, you l.n.w wi:h vytmt f.alasuikli" a bill v.-aa pieparo i iml passed, permitting tho ticu.tn., it agriculture In tile country h.> Is? TI; ■ intention of i.iis vas first to give the pupil,4 who l iquid not hiva furth- er schooling than that of the' eon.- try school, some idea of the chemical j.i !o 3f farming, apt* a higher appreciation •if the advantage.-: of scienthlc a mi me- thodical work, as against the "mala- Btr^ngth '""1 a .. '-'••'ari'nvth >1 .-OH. ;'y Ami, w. .. . . I - do *< ae of : r prep;.;. : • • - i ho : pupil for the • >;i-icultural and iiice.iaa- ical college coupes. Well, the Inten- tions ware all good, and, really, the j preposition should have been eagerly taken hold of by the rural school, i but from report that are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1907

,W-y , _ Mir! .; 'TwlnHHRHpi|S , , , 8 Pages—All Home Print. See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The State Herald. fww ■H? = . VOL. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1907. NO 21 If: j . i 1 I I I 1 A • Court House Notes Special Correspondence. w. Cottonwood. — E. T. Towe, F. Bartied, John Stockston An election was ordered held June loth. 1907 at'Science Hall and Box Church for the. purpose iof electing one in each District" The Hat of the World Uhe Stetson Juit as it appears on the surface, to it it right straight through. It* beautiful finish has back of it the highest quality of materialt and tkill of workmanship. Il it alwayi the itandard of ttyle i* ■II countriet; everywhere yau g• well-dretsed men wear them. Every Station Bear* the Stetson Name We c frr eke Stetioi is all ttrki—ioft ai Oer¥f. COMMISSIONERS COURT/ The Court met in regular ses- sion Mmidavwith all the members present. •' —•— The following business was births. transacted. To...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1907

ft II III r I r- '• '!■'■ ' ■ '■ " ; '■ V ENDORSED AT HOME Such Proof as This Should Convince Any Mexia Citizen. The public endorsement of a loenl citizen is the best proof that csn be produced. None better, none strong- er can be had. When a man comes for- ward and testifies to his fellow-citizens, adrdeseee his friends and neighbors, you may be sure he is thoroughly convinced or he would not do bo. 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 being published about "The Little Conquer- er." Read it. R L Beeman, farmer, Sharks P. 0., near Mexia, T*ax6, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills is the only kidney remedy that ever did me any good. For six years I suffered a great deal of pain f and misery through my kidneys being j out of order. Pain seemed to extend from the right kidney around into the right side and down th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1907

■' v f' /" . ■ .,/ \ ,jm ' Over-Work Weakens Your Kidneys, Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood, All the blooci In your body passes through your kidneys once e try three minutt s. — The kidneys are your blood purlfie s, they HI-* ter out the. waste or impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fail to do their york. Pains, achesandrheu- matism come from ex- cess of uric aciu in the blood, due to neglected Iti-Jney trouble. Kidney trouble causes quick ,r unsteady •"..art beats, and makes one tee! as though ey had heart troi^le, because the heart is over-working in pumping thick, kfdn-y- ocisoned blood through vein;- ,ind arte. ies. li usod to be considered mat on!'/ urinary troubles were to be traced to the" kidneys, but now modem science proves that nearly ail constitutional diseases have their begin- ning in kidney trouole. If you are sick you can make no mistake fcy first doctoring jrour kidneys. The miid Mid the extraordinary effect o'f Dr. Kilmer's Swamp*Root...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1907

THE STATE tSERALD ! \ i . PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor & Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year *1.00 Entered at the postoflloe at Mexia, Texas, as necoud-ola*s mail mattt-r. "ftAvjcxYvsVwi T<8.\cs j ishue tissues 4 ' * utcs 1 Year 1 Page $0.(i0 $16.<)0 $30.00 $350.00 >4 " 5.00 9.00 16.00 209.00 % " 3.00 5.25 10.00 125.00 LESS THAN ONE QUARTER PACIE. 1 issue 15c per inch. 2 issues 25c per inch. 4 " 5< c " " 1 Year 10c " " Each Issue. Readers 5c per line each issue. OUR GALVESTON MEETING: I The meeting of the Texas Press association held in Galveston! May 16, 17, and IS, was per- haps the largest since the organi-: zation of the association nearly thirty years ago. About 300 were present, more than half of . them being active members of the association, the others being ladies and children. An interesting program was < carried out, which included pa- pers on different subjects of in- terest to the craft, some splen- did speeches in discussing the p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1907

iff - am ."K ; ' 4: f ■ -V Local and Personal. Mrs. Jack Womack has Return- ed from a visit in Corsicana. There will be another cheap excursion to Galveston and Hous- ton on Saturday June 1st. Fare $3.45 to GalveSton. $3.25 to Houston. C.A.Lindsey has retuaned from a business trip to Huntiville. Servants are expensive to lift the burdens of the housewife. A Singer sewing machine will nei- ther steal, eat, or kill time. We sell or rent you on easy terms.— The annual encampment of the Texas National Guard will be held at Camp Mabry July 19 to 26, inclusive making a one week tour of duty. The troops will be furnished with transportation to and from camp, meals on the road and rations while in camp. They will also receive pay at the same rate paid to regular soldiers. The company here will begin at once to recruit and prepare for the trip. All recruiting must be finished by July 1st as no man will be allowed to go or receive pay unless he was enlisted prior to that date, Cotton chopping...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1907

mm |i' I \ ,\ WHI i . .j> Cream Vermifuge THE 6UARAITEE0 WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. THK GENUINE PREPARED ONt* ■* BaHard-Siiow Liniment Co> 6T, LOUIS. MO. For Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. Tte Sirsct One Between North anil South Texas V/ITh UNCII BY" Forming Through Connections FOR St. Louis, Dallas, Kansas City, Ft. Wooth, Memphis, Houston, New Orleans, Galveston, Denver, Austi, Shreveport, San Anton.o| The Pioneer GaiJ Gar Lino Of Texas. Excellent Service at Reasonable Prices. F. B. McKAY GENERAL PASS. AGENT Terrell, Texas and Hea'ltl REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY "Made a Well Man of Me." THE GREAT , REVIVO REMEDY prodiircK line rp*«lts in 30 da}*. It acts ■powerfully and quickly. Cures when others fall. Youn;? men can regain their lost manhood and old men may recover their youthful vitjor by using KKVIVO. It quickly and quietly re- moves Nervousness, I.ost Vitality, Sexual Weakness such as Lost Power, Failing Memory Wasting Diseases, and effects of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1907

w* ************** Scoffs Emulsion strengthens enfeebled nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and nerve force. It provides baby with the necessary fat and mineral food fo:* healthy growth. ALL DRUQOirrai toe. AND SI.OO. SSslS <?!iSiia!7 12113:11:15 W&. :';8;Si3(>i3il* ] ..i.. i..J... 16il7jl8!i9:a>i2!!?]/:! nOA'.nC'Or. ,r CARRY ORAOO lrNOT™!^LoTf NOW'S THE TIMETO.PL AN! A.AXl.si^OT^^V8S?%)"T«.W MJIVBIW (i JMl I iMIi i>*>J* ■ No. 2 Folding Brownie Price. A wonderfuliy capable and accurate camera built on the Kodak plan. Good enough to satisfy experienced photographers, yet so simple that children can use it. PICTURES £'•> x 3'4 inches. Loads in •':£ with film v -V Car f'xAes. Fitted with meniscus lens, and shutter with iris diaphragm stops. Full descrrptior in Kcrlah Cutalcg FflEE at ant; photographic <ieelns cr h& mail. EAST!,'AN KODAK CO., Rochester, N. Y. SOBESfCTTT T AS'lBrtTEaGHl For Sale at Park's Book Store. Al Dollar spent at home reacts in it...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 May 1907

Groesbeck News. May 20:—The public schools closed with appropriate exercises the later part of last week. On Thursday night Mesdames Brown and Levinyrston gave an enter- tainment that will long be remem- bered by all lovers of music. An interesting program was render- ed—there was great enthusiasm V Board of Directors are J. A. Haskell, President; W. F. Park- er, Vice President; A. B. Barrell, Treasurer; T. H. Keller, Charles Tatham, A. H. Durston and J. T. Skelley; with Elmer E. Shaner as Secretary-Manager. The Interstate tournaments for the coming season will be the Grand American Handicap and satisfaction throughout the I at Chicago^ June 18 to 21; the audience, judging from the heavy ripples of applause and respone to encore and etc., by the music class. We believe the music class has accomplished some good work the past year. The graduating exercises were held Friday night and'it is useless for us to say any words of commendation to the graduating class, they are favorably know...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1907

8 Pages—All Home Print. See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas. The State Herald. m VOL. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THU bOA\ , MAY 30, 1907. NO 22 New Hope carrier by having a good one in V- rr1 We are having a considerable a good easy place to drive up to, amount of rain this week, guess the grass will grow fast enough and always have your mail ready. 7. If you have visitors who now. Brother Costolow filled his reg- ular appointment here Sunday and had quite a crowd to hear the good sermon he preached. Us girls will try to have dinner on the ground next time he conies. Sunday school was slim Sun- day evening on account of bad weather. Mr Alfred MdKinnev who has been going to school at Blooming drove has returned home and will remain through the summer. Misses Clark and Manning of Mexia were visiting in our midst Sundav. Miss Allie Bell Little was out Sunday evening looking as pret- ty as ever. Brother Lester Bain will fill his regular appointment here Sunday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1907

v . ?K. j -1'1. i'v'\. jHSSPS&f'St'lv'V' *'•'#' '• ' " 1ft "A •f:' .'#1^# 3wm '■ >? M§:i jppi §&$ & P! >'• It I ! j ( M - WHITB'S Cream Vermifuge ' THE GUAriAITEEO WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. ■CWARC or IMITATIONS. THE GCNUINC PREPARED ONLY BY Ballard"Snow Liniment Co* BT, LOUIS MO. For Sals by MEXIA DRUG CO. "iWfcr.rv. rrm \J tv'iTM um BY Between Nortli and South Texas #9 «£* V Forming Through Connections FOR St. Louis, Dallas, Kansas City, Ft. Woothj Memphis, Houston, New Orleans, Galveston, Denver, Austi, Shreveport, San Antu«,.o The Pioneer Gau Gar Lino Of Texas. Excellent Service at Reasonable Prices. F. B. McKAY GENERAL PASS. AGENT Terrell, Texas Disease and Healtl REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY lade a Well Man of Me." THE GnEAT HEVIVO REMEDY produce* line re«ults lit HO day*. It acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when others fail. Younp men can regain their lost manhood and old men may recover their youthful vigor by using KKVIYO. It quickly and quie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1907

MM—iw T f " -T.™" ' - ?:•' ."'A- <:'g:"" — I J, M The effect of malaria lasts a long time. You catch cold easily or become run- down because of the after effects of malaria. Strengthen yourself with Scott's Emulsion. It builds new blood and tones up your nervous system. ALL DRUGGISTS; SOc. AND $1.00. V ■■•• ■ 4 I Sun ,flow iTui iWtD ;Thu ;Fai Sat 1 ; * • e. DURING AN'D.L?^ 4:S :^:T:Q;Q:in 5w';H0Ni Tut iWl U :, Ffli ;5*r !6;i7ji8|19jS)2l|? y._•.... j... j... i . . J-.-L^ r, ■ .-asacECSwi-. «n; WJL1 ; W~ ** V "i ' a -\f * ' 13WH5I6 Hi!SU6!i7iiv i *W2T.'.:wnv■'■ wo'j'MMMij'rroittjtwaa*iMI M "si IWTf 'W CARRY OF- un WILL YOU BE AMONG THEM? IF NOT WHY NOT? NOW'S THE TIME mPLAN! talk itover with your friends! A.A.GLI5S0N. g.p.a. fORT WORTH. tlxas. —HI llllll I I 11 II |I T 3&: :MM2SmmS!k No (T"> i't','! rvditipf ..,' «'. •.■"%***. w<ku« *••* r.if4Vi3tt %tiw/ & % «t*y m-tv y "'£,,<'fyi % M. v / * " fx** '>£~ ti iLVr i-jr-Va., spaaM 8£k^0K4?$ttM i >>4. -if . " •...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1907

J «! i I 1 j B m II t 1 SB *. Hi Ri —55- STATE HERALD I r (• 1 1 u • / ' PUBLISHED EVE^Y THURSDAY. # N.P. HOUX, Editor * Proprietor , SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year |1.0i Entered at the poatofflce at Mexla, Texa , «h Kecond-c<lu M mail matter. ^xjerVvsu^ i issue 2 issues 4 is>ties I Year 1 Page $9.00 $16.00 $30.00 $350.00 *4 " 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. "Rozievelt," and, we suppose, Mr. Wadsworth will continue to call him "faker."—H ouston Post. Call him Teddy and let her go at that. And Foraker is about to lose his Brownsville negro case. In order to satisfy the senator a junket to Brownsville will be the next move by the senate commit- tee. After that a verdict that the negroes did the shooting up of the town. Snow fell in Ellis county Tues- day but of course it did not hurt anything as it melted as fast as it fell...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1907

wlf*p " ' £["■'■« *' vW kv■•■ PI 1 ' Y-Vv # > Local and Personal. Mrs. W. W. King of Ennis is in the city visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kennedy. Mrs, Eva D. Prendergast of Waco is visiting the old home here. Our store is booming full of the latest new goods, our prices are right and we will be glad to show what you want, no trouble to show goods and make prices. W. D. Pittman, The Jeweler. Store up stairs, Kirk Steele arrived from Texn- kana yesterday to visit hi? pa- rents. Mrs. Nettie Carter and son and daughter. Mr. Lester Carter and little Miss Alma Carter, of Jacksboro, are in Mexia visiting the family of Capt W. F. Rob- erts. For Rent, the oM Kit Wood place ,jv..-: v.vsr of r.ov> good house, barn, lots and garden.— Apply to A. B. Rennolds. Doyle David has returned from a prospecting trip in north Texas. S. F. Carroll has returned from Dallas where he v ent to see about getting some ball players for the Mexia ball club. Cash for Cedar Trees On Your Land W. B. F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1907

v jHTr . f'ijM Imn it • I f \ 11 / I Womans Woes. Mexia Women are finding Relief at Last. It does seem that women have more than a fair share of the aches and pai: s that affict humanity-they must "keep up," must attend to duties in spite if constanly aching backs, or headaches, dizzy spells, bearing down pains; they must stoop over, when to stoop meant, tortnre. They must walk and bend and work with racking wains and many aches from kidney ills. Kidneys cause more suffering than any other oriran of the body. Keep the kidneys we 1 v nd health is easily maintained. R- ad of remedy for Kidneysonly that helps and cures the kidneys. Mr?. C. G. Mathews, of Groesbeck, Texas, says: "My husband and m\- self can both recommend Dian's Ki ney Pills. In my case theyteli^veci ne of backache and kidney trouble, c -r- recting the irregular action of the kid- neys which .it times was too frequen! and again scanty and painful. When 1 found how much good Daan's Kidney- Pills were doing me 1 sent for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1907

gm Km i' f' $ p f/-" V :v 00 YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK? Kidney Trouble Makes vou Miserable. Almost everybody who re^d:: tho.ne.ws- papers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr. , Kilmer's Swamp-Root, |i| the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. - It is the prent rwadi oal triumph of tne nine- ji[|R tecnth century; dis- _ Ijll'l covered al:er years 01 •r ' :-u'i scientific rc-soarch by Dr. Kilmer, the eml- ' nent kidney and blad- • dor specialist, and i? ndcrlully successful in promptly curing •ie back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou" a and Briyhi's Disease, which is the worst c ' kidney trouble. >. I ; • 's Swamp-Root is not rc^" mvn lad for everything but if you have kia- -, li -;r or bladder trouble it will be found, the t medy you need. 11 hr.s been tested " mnr.y .'/ays. in hospital work, in private ■ ' it among t!-:-, helpless too poor to pur. isc u .--f fir.d has proved so successful in ry ca. ■ that a special arrangement has n mr by which all readers of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 May 1907

" ' ' C.! "A ■t. w WHAT MR. JONES SAID The ] | y i & - I /: I \ 1 w Story aa Told on the Witness Stand In a Virginia Justice Court. Cheap Homes in West Texas. We have for sale 40,000 acres of rich sandy land in a solid body, situated in the eastern part of El Paso county, in what is known as Plauteau Valley, that we offer for a [short time at $2.00 to $3.50 per acre bonus. This land is penetrated by the Texas & Pacific railroad, and is a splendid body of land. It surrornds the station of Plauteau, where a new town is being: built, and within the next 18 months this same land will sell from $8 to $12.50 per acre. As an invest- ment, there is not anything in Texas that equals it. As to climate, it is unsurpassed in any country, being simply delightful and healthy. People who are sickly, or have weak lungs always regain their health, in West-Texas. Ninety per cent of this body of land is good for agricultural purposes, and is very productive for all kinds of fruits, vegetables,...

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