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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1907

w h.V:,.'.• "^Wi^riiiiriiiipiiifii 1WT1 'miwiMim nfifiiwi fB? ■? ' . \ 8 Pages—All Home Print. See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas. The State Herald. vol. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1907. NO 23 Complete line of ne BELTS The large buckles in Black and Champange and White at $1.25 A great many novel- ties in Silk and Kid Belts SI.OO 75c 50c NEW WASH BELTS 50 35 25 t 15c PEARL BUCKELS 50 35 and |5c New Combs of every kind, Neckwear, Fans Beads and Hat Pins See our new Dress Goods, Silks and the largest line of Shoes ever shown in Alexia A. J. Wagner & Company. First Game of Season. Initial Game of Base Ball Played by the Teams of Mexia and Ferris. The new base ball park, on the site kno vn as the Hughes cotton yard, was dedicated Mon- day afternoon when the base ball season in this city was oiii- cially opened by an interesting exhibition by the teams of Mexia and Ferris. The park is at present in an unfinished condition, but the diamond...

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

Womans Woes. IP'# ■EfM Mexia Women are finding Relief at Last. It does seem that women have more than a fair share of the aches and pains that affict humanity they must "keep up," must attend to duties in spite of constanly aching backs, or headaches, dizzy spells, bearing down pains; they must stoop over, when to stoop means tortnre. They must walk and bend and work with racking uains and many aches from kidney ills. Kidneys cause more suffering than any other organ of the body. Keep the kidneys will and health is easily maintained. Read of a remedy for Kidneysonly that helps and cures the kidneys. Mrs. C. G. Mathews, of Groesbcck, Texas, says: "My husband and m\- uelf can both recommend Doan's Kid- ney Pills. In my case they :vli"ved me of backache and kidi. y trouble, c i- recting the irregular action of the l i - neys which at times was too frequenl and again scanty.'and painful. When I found how much good Daan's Kidney Pills were doing me 1 sent for anoihtr box. My husband also...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1907

Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. BslSB I// Kidney trouble preys upon tae rnlnd, dl3- jcurages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor and cheei tulnosa scon disappear ■ /hen thj hid' neys are out of order *" or diseased. Kidn.y troubb has becom-j so prevalent | that it is not uncommon . for a child to be bcrr, i V i w\ v ''I'\V-"' V"1 afl''icted with weak kid- ® V lit *" neys' 'f child urin- ates too of'.**.n, if the «•". scalds the flesh or if, v/hen the child r, hes an age when it should he able to c .-.rol the passage, it is yet afflicted with . b -w.sjting, depend upon it. the cause of th difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first i should be t:v,*ards the treatment of t; .e important organs. This unpleasant t. ble is due to a diseased condition of the. k seys and bladder and not to a habit as jr. t people suppose. 'onnn as v/ell as men art made mi3- sv Me wi'.h kidney and bladder trouble, a. both need the same Efrjat remedy. T , mild and ths imm Jiite eff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1907

' :'vv-V?, } UXf *■?&■ '• • ' •'■ "I 'f■ y Jfff 1 ,f< y ,1^ y ■ 1 '\§ ;V''' ^ I " J *T .' ' /" •'; fcjvyjyi * ' •■ \ - '• 1 ' > ■ ■ ' : v. .1 "■,^v % $ THE STAR HERALD PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor * Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $1.00 transportation companies are up against tne real thing in many places. It has been the heaviest rain in many months. And now the attorney general is to go after the plumbers trust. A St. Louis man furnishes the evidence. If our visiting friends are not already informed, we take pleas One hundred Confederate vet- ure in notifying them that some!erans from Tennessee were denied times it doesn't rain in Houston, admission to the eapitol building —Houston Post. I in Washington because they were Entered ut the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, Yes it seems to be dry enough i uniformed and armed. 'Fraid of ! there every seventh day. them yet are you? X % i issue 2 issues 4 isnieis $30.00 16.00 10.00 1 Page $9.00 $16.00 5.00 3.00...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1907

- • t: "i ;/v j r«£4fltil m m'tiwrnsumt* i I V\ < [ W Local and Personal. Miss Phrone Ward has return- ed from a visit in Dallas. Mrs. A. J. Harper is visiting in Groesbeck. J. H. Ross has returned to the coast country after ,a couple of days visit to his old homf here. Miss Barbara Peyton has re- turned home from the north. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Kimbell, and little son, of Altus Okla. are in the city visiting friends. Mrs. W. A. Newton and child- ren have returned to their horn in Waco after a short visit to her mother, Mrs. S. Hughes. Mrs. Ewina: of Dallas is in the city visiting Miss Alice Dickson. Mrs. Forrest Melton has re- turned to her home in Groes- beck after a pleasant visit to Mrs. R. H. Lilesjust west of town. The recita! givni l'y ."J\> Mitchell's pupils night wa ; a suc2°ss and all .vho attende enjoyed a musical treat. Mrs. Zehner of Dallas the • lo- cal option speaker, passe, through Mexia Tuesday en- route to Fairfield to speak. Miss Marie Lenord r.ct return- ed t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1907

Ww Ks 1 WHITE'S Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY -• t THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. ■ CWARZ OF IMITATION®. THE GENUINE. PREPAHCO ONLY BY Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO. For Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. ThB Direct Line WITH UNCIE BY* North Between South Texas Forming Through Connections FOR St. Louis, Dallas, Kansas City, Ft. VVooth Memphis, Houston, New Orleans, Galveston, Denver, Austi, Shreveport, San Antuu.o The Pioneer Caij Gar Line Of Texas. Excellent Service at Reasonable Prices. F. B. McKAY GENERAL PASS. AGENT Terrell, Texas Disease and Bealtl THE GREAT REVIVO REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY "Made a Well Man of Me." remedy Copyright: 1907: by Hyron Williams. The Grandaddy Things. yew want two watch out Cur the «ran- daddy things thet monkey eround In tint woods by the creek They's won that Is built like a lotit; streek a green with big gausy wings ami a awful long beak! he'« Orandaddy Darn-Needle—that In his name! and «lsi yew look out er he'll git yew some rllte lie k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1907

. ciSRi nil Rickets. Simply the visible sign that baby's tiny bones are not forming rapidly enough. Lack of nourishment is the cause. Q Scott's Emulsion nourishes baby's entire system. Stimulates and makes bone. Exactly what baby needs. ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00 Complies with all requirements ot the National Pure f ood Law, Guarantee No. /IM I, tatd at Washington, L *mr. <KMr,.lV *«u . *v. .mv .. Summon iTuc iWtc ;Tmlt ;Fri Sat ' I ! • 0 ; a rfc jr K! !6!!7p|i9'M|? jHm'.MoNlTue iWEPIThv;FRI ;5W 3^12526^01 Jk K 3 '* DURING .... r r : . ,j„ i JD,£i3| L I&'W.b ®B®!' , r 1..i.J... CARRY J, . f. ■ L J \St* '•I t A. >V ^ tPOTasarsarc m ; Wl* ones! WILL YOU BE AMONG THEM? IF NOT WHY NOT? NOW S THE TIME TO.PLAN! TALK ITOVER WITH YOUR FRII&DS! a.a.glis50n. g.p.a. fort worth. TtxAS. L iii K- VI ismzzxm No. 2 F «j> ® If SJ1UII ng P^'-t SI ?$vrMs ifc m A wonderfully capable and accurate camera 1 built on the Kodak ; : n. Good enough to \ satisfy experienced photographers, y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 June 1907

:• TM** < L & *'■-** : ' - ^ ?#■' s \<r: > ",f " -'^V-iv . ,v xf ■ •■'_■■ '"■■;■ " '• :,.;', The Story of Sen-Kiir, ' Constitutional Amendments. At the Houston Chautauqua in the The legislature which has just Union tabernacle yesterday evening adjourned submitted six proposed parts of the story of Ben-Hur were re- amendnients to our state COnsti- cited, while the scenes were shown in a . , magic lantern. The reading was well tutlOH v\ hich are to be \ oteu on done, and the pictures were clear and the 6th of August next. Some illustrated the text in an appropriate of them are very important ones manner. i and should be carefully studied While the lantern was being focused by tiie people of Texas before and the light wr,3 r>n the curtain the oM:,„ ; . ... , action ii> taken. little ones in the audience had a great _ . . . . deal of'fun bv making shadow pictures. | C> clone g!\es beloy, a sy- Finally, the focus was properly made, | nopsis of these and urges its re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1907

irst Part~8 Pages See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The State Herald. VOL. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 33, 1907 NO 24 discharged by court I-® m m 1. i . I I Court House Notes From Groesbeck Journal, PROBATE DOCKET-COUNTY COURT Est. of J. C. Basset, dec'd; Mrs. Johnnie Bassett is appoint- temporary administratrix with band at $10,000.00 which was fiied and opproved. Est. of Emmett Hardwick et al. The court of its own motion appoints M. D. Hardwick. re- ceiver of estate and fix bond in sum of $1000.00 with power to collect all money due to the es- tate. Est. of W. D. Daugherty dec'd Mrs. Carry R. Daugherty ap- pointed administratrix with bond fixed at $3,300.00. The ad- ministratrix was allowed $50.00 per month for support of self and children until August term of court to be charged against her years allowance when made. Est. of Sheppard Adline Ren- fro, dec'd; application of Johni Renfro Clayton to probate will .granted. Est. of Millie Va...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1907

/ Sfi i ■. V ,-s- ■: >'/.<.■■ • <3p ■■-. "•.-, ; ••. .• •• fsr$BQ-* . :.,« ., ,n, ,%. Womans Woes. Mexia Women are finding Relief at Last. It does seem that women have more j than a fair share of the aches and pains that affict humanity they must "keep' up," must attend to duties in spite of constanly aching backs, or headaches, j dizzy spells, bearing down pains; they must stoop over, when to stoop means tortnre. They must walk and bend and work with racking uains and many aches from kidney ills. Kidneys cause more suffering than any other organ of the body. Keep the kidneys well and health is easily maintained. Head of a remedy for Kidneysonly that helps and cures the kidneys. , Mrs. C. G. Mathews, of Groesbeck, Texas, says: "My husband and my- self can both recommend Doan's Kid- ney Pills. In my case they relieved me of backache and kidney trouble, c r- recting the irregular action of the kid- neys which at times was too fretjutnl and again ecanty'and painful. When 1 fou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1907

mm WfSv W*m ■ : J m . I" §; ["houaands Have Kldtiey Trouble and Don't Know It. How To Find Out. ' t Fill a bottlt or common glass with your Water and Ir.t It stand \w«nty-four hours; a s_ L sediment or set- tling indicates an ( unhealthy condi- tion of the kid- ne> yoji . evidence of kid- ney rouble.: tor frequent desire to paii it or pain in the ba-k is alio convincing pr:cf that the kidneys a.id blad- der ti e out of order. What to Do. "■"':iere is .comfort in the knowledge so cfisn expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- I- the great kidney remedy fulfills every viih in curing rheumatism, pain in the t: kidneys, 'liver, bladder and every part . Of ire urinary passage. It corrects inability .o hold water and scalding pain in passing li. r tin 1 effects following use of liquor, \ ,ie or Leer, and overcomes tha'. unpleasant r. ■ jesslty of being compelled to go often ti :ring the day, and to get up many timt-.s during the night. The mild and the extra- ord nary effect of Swamp-Root i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1907

v® sS&'Ai Jff; fP «* ! fe M p|^;>i •• > ' 5w- "• , '. .? .'• • % , .• J f ■•■'' rtV,"v : ?>• • 'i ' ' V ft mi 14^',' \ 4 ) i ■' W "** I J* JUNE R - On Monday morning* Jone 17th, we will begin tPe This sale is positively for cash Below we mention a few of our leaders. Every article in the house is ml 4 reduction. We find we are overstocked, and will give the their supply for the coming- summer se; 5>\V*vS. MDt \\a\5C, a \av^t s\oc.V, aW T\ew axv<i dcsuabvc. <joo&s. 36 inch Black Taffeta, reduced from $2.00, 1.65, 1.25, 1.1<>, 1.00 and .£5, to 1.65, 1.35, 1.00, 85, .75 and 36 incii hair line striped Dress Silk from $1.25 to Black, White and Blue Suesine Silk from 50c to All colors China Silk from 60c to All colors China Silk from 75c to Staple Checks for Dress „'S, all Silk from $1.25 to 65c S 37 ,00 -2c 40c 50c St.00 -fc- Hair line stripe, all silk from $1.00 to Fancy all silk Dress from 50c to Printed Forlards, dress styles . from 60c to All Silk Chif...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1907

to ip,t mm mmw msm' «.*> i. *£ CM Kai MH.-V >«$a t le greatest reduction sale ever offered in and will last only for Ten Days. im e ;ea m /VI px ifi ^ L 1 2. fi CI • ^ rked lown; nothing reserved. Look for the blue pencil mark and see the people of Limestone and Freestone an opportunity to lay in ^on at prices that will make them move. km .-*c« • i J. i ct* n PN V*"'cVs C*f\^ i V %> Or. <W w V«J> im c ^ V*\ 1. All Silk Orgendies, Tiss j'es, Bilk, Plaids and Ginghams 60c and 75c to All Embroidered Swiss Foulards, stripes and plaids former price 35c and 40c; now Embroidered Panamas and Voile? for mer price 25c; now Solid Color Batiste former price 15c; now Printed Organdies full line reduced from 15c and 20c to Printed Lawns from 12 l-2c, 10c and 7c, to 10c. 8c and One lot Fancy Challies at 4 l-2c. 50c 250 20c Oc 0C 5c "\0\xVU 5ooAs. Embroidered Swisses, Plain, White and Colors from $1.25, 1.00, 75c, 50c and 35c, to 75c, 60c, 50c, 40c All 25c Waistings reduced to All 35...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1907

J V > W«LJ a <B9 VcrniEfuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY ) t THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. ■ IWMt OF IMITATIOMH. THI GENUINE PBEPABtO ONLY ■* Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. ST, LOUIS. MO. For Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. Ths Direct Line Between North and South Texas place where they make buckets A. bucket shop is a place where you put your money In at one end and get your experience out of the other. Copyright: i'jt! WITH mn BY ?i)0T: by Byron Williams. The Captain. 'Jday tliut 1 Hiked Willyura sorry Win i. 1 tclled lllni twuz Rons for us fullers 2 lite , But Both of us couldn't bo Captain, by gins And muliia' but Fltin' wood settle the thin#: the ii tini "l our 9 is the White Stocking Club I I'm c piuhi and Pitch and tho ICnipli'e is Stub. 1 ast Willyum White 2 B Ketch but ho set! he woodh't I nothin* exceptin' tho Head! liank Bai'tu's s wont s'?,n!" : i httil 2 lick Hank slat 2 keep him in | line! i and then Fattie seel that HIS knew the ffaini best— I he'd Pitch. i.l for a year in a a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1907

j mm '••■v MPK i, {/ //' B M ! '• ■ I , .'j *.. ■ mm Convalescents need a large amount of nourish- ment in easily digested form. Scott*s Emulsion is powerful nourish- ment—highly concentrated. It makes bone, blood and muscle without putting any tax on the digestion. ALL DRUGGISTS; 50c. AND $1.00. Get Acquainted With the Soil Scy f 1.000,000 0«.\ ""rcw the best of everything .-are nod profit. t-At-.M ««! introduce you and c;:ect you . . s«f*.ess. '« a * st.'n hon :Tut iwco ;Thu ;Fri 5at ! . ! I - l3jl"liiC ®)7ii8ii9OTi? ANlDt^ih yjR\q.u(\ k—' was. J4ii5i!6!!7ii5:F^; B!^3©i!Vi"i ..i.. . J... CARRY f Nr~,Tc&liPS * or*' Wl$£n l to c0NES o. iV<ju W' l&xrj? -x TOtc-wMaew* <aBw jMiiaaaayi WILL YOU BE AMONG THEN? IF NOT : WHY NOT? NOW'S THE TIME TO.PLAN! A.A.OLISSOnI^p™ *"TH *°UR FORt'wORTH. TtxAS. it hxm/i Za '. .irWvB^' vl<§i ! ftSS*«Ss j? ' wrr'; ~ ... :1 ".•••"A, •• >v' ' ^ c! on ||1 Ar f";- ^ €1 F , „ i * iVi ^.^,11, •?: ■ ■« wifTaimBiBrftf - ■■,|,:= A ^ *- ,f.i -■ ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1907

IBBwhI \ fife \e*f 1 DWAR^v Ai^D CRIPPLES A BOYHOOD REMINISCENCE ' 1 WW i ■ On« of the Many^f-ondon Charities That !r.terei-V the Visitor. Among the marry charities % in *V.ondon there is none moiv interest- ing to the vis:lor than the factory .where girls who are Mind, cripples >n wheeled chairs, and dwail's. some of them only a yard Inch, arc taught the art of making artificial flowers, and when they have mastered the rudimentary brunches they are paid for their time. The factory is maintained bv the Water Cross and Flower Girls Christian mission, which was or- ganized 40 years ago by the late Earl Shaftesbury, and is now under the patronage of the queen and prin- ' ess of Wales. To give the girls •ome employment that would help !hem to feel (hat. after all, they .could be of - >ine use in the world was ill'' desire of the earl, whose no- tion of charity was to help others to help themselves, and the dea of making flowerv was hit upon as be- ing just the thing, for the work ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1907

! W. " -W/.'W.H'- ylw SrVr. «•' m&w I i I HS&< >&1 Second Part— 4 Pages See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Jlexia, Texas. The State Herald. VOL. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1907. NO 24 v y / I - n 1 : i _ * * / THE TONKAWA COLD CURE. For the Cure of La Grippe, Headache, Con- stipation and Bad Colds. Price, 25 Cents per Box. This is a well tried and proven remedy that is needed in the family in every season of the year. A box will be sent by mail for 25 cents, or will be given free for a year's subscription to most any dollar newspaper or magazine published in the United States. None better, and the user will be pleased with effects. Kidney Kapsules For Kidney Komplaints. Price, 25 Cents per Box. Very few escape this insidious disease, and there is no more effective remedy on the market today than this remedy. It has been tried for fifty years and has never failed to give the most happy effects. Today you may feel well, but tomorrow ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1907

THE STATE HERALD : # , 10 ■ ■>? ■ ' ' PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N.P. HOUX, Editor a Propbictoh SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year fl.Of Entered at the postoftioe at Mexla, Texas, as iecoud-ulass mail matter. "5Vii\5eT\\.s\.Ttq "KaUs 2 issues 4 1 s tlt's i Year 1* Page $TV.'W SlR.bo' $30.fl0 $850.00 % " 5.00 9.00 16.00 203.00 X " 3.00 5.23 10.00 125.00 LESS TKAN ONE QUARTER PAGE. 1 issue 15c per inch. 2 issues :*5c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " " Each Issue. Readers 5c per line each issue. It comes from Washington that pie is being found to be im- pure. Political pie, no doubt. Robert Eckhardt of Taylor has been appointed receiver of the Waters Pierce Oil comyany in Texas. and go nome and learn how to be good. f * ————p—t—.* "War talk is getting loud. [ Japan seems bent upon licking: the United States. The pro- j gressives have takep bit in teeth j and are trying: to plunge the, government into a war.'' That1 is the heading over a war story from Toko. The little yellow fellows bett...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1907

^r-ti • • ' >' 1 '1 - ■" v, •- • f • . Cts. v «'v V" 1.. ■ 4-« • ■>>. . • ■ w'; • " y- V.., J§«*' >' I1''- !s'r'r' ■'■ ■, ^ L\.r 4i;> ) Local and Personal. Harvey Bennett is home visit- ing his parents. Miss Mattie Barry was down from Wortharn last evening. L. B. Hancock is up from the oil country visiting his old home near town. J. D. Jackson returned to his home in Corsicana this morning. « Hon.iGeo. A. Bell went up to Dallas this morning to attend the anti-Bailey dinner. Mrs. Will Lanning and little sun, of Mart, are visiting rela- tives in this city. mm Mrs. A. C. Prendergast arriv- ed from Waco last evening to visit her mother, Mrs. 0. A. Kennedy. R. F. Carter wife and daugh- ter, of Trinidad, Col., and W. R. Carter, wife and children of Munsey, Ind., are in the city visiting their sister, Mrs. J. T. Frazer. Mrs. A. B. Rennolds and Mrs. jher half was lik" wise shut ou W. M. White went up to Dallas ) In the sacon.l inning not The Great Game at East Point Mexia's s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 June 1907

. " ■ ■■ i, - I *1 " /■h: %v WHAT MR. JONES SAID Tha Story a* Told on tho Wltnet* Stand in a Virginia Justlco Court. A neighborhood quarrel in a Scotch-Irish settlement in Virginia culminated in a lawsuit in the jus- tice court. Mr. Davidson was on the witness stand. The attorney on the aide that introduced him asked: "What, did Mr. Jones say then?" The opposing counsel objected on the ground that this was merely hearsay evidence. The squire sus- tained the objection, and Davidson's side lost the case. It was appealed to the county court the same point come up. and the ruling of the squire was upheld. Six months had gone. Another appeal was taken to the circuit court. A year went by before the llnal decision was handed down, and t!ie squire's ruling was again sus- tained. Another appeal was taken and this time to the court of ap- peals. The docket was crowded and time dragged on through two long years before the highest judicial body in the state delivered the opinion that the squir...

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