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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 July 1907

- 35 bolts of tine Dress White LaWn 26 ineBes wide val- } during this Clearance bale all will be priced ial —~ tut* kitiTT that bring 2t clearance price per yard X. 1 • it* /-II - _T. o„l„l iuscrtioii of luce and embroideries ; clearance price s eac Sn.-ci^i sale surinu- weiuht3 W< 20 bolts of the best 10c retail White Lawn on iHe market to- day Clearance price per yard Mercerized suitings in changea-! ble effects, Brown, Navy, Red I and Champange, every yard; , worth full 20c Clearance pricej tJitXa I><c!i ^'clHIS pei yard i as long as it lasts, a fine sheer White Lawn 40 inch cheap at 125c Manchester Chambry in all col- ors cheap at 10c Clearance price per yard 75c 15c Clearance price per yard 9o White Dotted Swiss witfc impor- ted stamp 5 sizes Of dot. 35c grade. Clearance price Dress Linens 3G inch white Linen value 10 yard Clearance price 25c 30 inch White Linen 50c grade, Clearance price 35c We have a complete line of Li - on Lawns at 1.00, 75c, (55c, 50c 40c and 35c ...

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

mm am Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED rp $£ | V •'''I' HMl WQRNI REMEDY the children's favorite tonic. ■ CWAKC OF IMITATIONS. TNI QKNUinC PBtPAHCD ONLY ■* Ballard-Snow Liniment Co* •T, LOUIS, MO. For Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO. The Direct Line Between North and South Texas TJN(!E BY Copyright: 1907: by Byron Williams. Success. There is no prize for one who tolls Without a love to share his fame: For what is winning if, ut last. No dear one lives to praise his namo? What means a crown if no ryes see /The wrested laurel but his own? What pleasure iloth it tiring a man To reign upon a lonely throne? There Is no J'iy except we shiro The glory of It with our own: There is 110 triumph for the man Who wins sueieas for self alone! He tolil the i? rl the man was bail Ahd read hU record through; She sobbed and thanked him o'er and o'er— Now h« knew what to do! -tint night he swore they all had lied She fled with him from town: He got the money that she had And then he threw her down! There Is no moral to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 July 1907

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 July 1907

. / i«SP8|BHpaw® 8^'w ttak >«fe ,'v''.,st "-"sw" Bcw""*iSsi( raJS®./; «Z1 Pi •;1Kk. K jg&', TfJSSit- • ' ) I > '/ ators, statemen, scientists and musicians. Sunday school and Missionary conventions aAd Bible work. More than a score of the ablest men and women in the country on the program. On this splendid program will be found the names of Gov. Folk Mo., Dr. Varney of Chicago Mr. Icyda of Japan, Harris Tav- ler of Ky., Jack Crawford the poet Scout, Mr. Rosania ofN. Y., Mr. Geil the globe trotter and many others of state and nation- al reputation. Tents and cots can be rented on the grounds at reasonable prices. Neat booklets furnish- ing general information will be sent free to anv one wishing them. Let everybody come. C. C. McConnell. Pres. Ferris, Texas. J. M. Parker, Sec'y. Italy, Texas. Civil War Remiuisceaces. Mexia. Texas. June 21, 1907. Col. N. P. Houx, Editor Mexia Evening News. Dear Friend: — Forty four years ago today 206 soldiers of the Second Texas Cavalry wer...

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

few alt,?':.; ■ ,, ,f. ( ,;f , ■ V t v • ,f j&WlK.® )" ' / / ' -f ■<*.Kfc< Wy Local and Personal. Miss Barbara Peyton has re - turned from Corsicana. Whit Beaver of Kirven is in the city shaking hands with old time friends. For Sale. — Several good second j ■n m. iii. iij J_ Presbyterian Meeting The Corsicana Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian church will meet at the Presby- terian church in Mexia, Friday. July 5th, 1907, at 8:30 p. m. The opening sermon will be •"■W- ~■ iAOmm —-• :r,'.rjrt-r: jj- ■a!i' "u "mm preached by the moderator, Rev. W. J. Lackey of Corsicana. The missionary ladies of the hand buggies and one surr.v. J. T. Sterling. Mrs. J. R, Sewell and children are visiting in Wichita Falls for a few weeks. On Friday afternoon Mexia j ball club will ha ?e to hurry to get the game, Williams our good twirler will hold the slab for the fireman. McClain will catch. i EVERYBODY INVITED Lost.—Somewhere between j To the Anti-Prohibition bar the Commercial hotel a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 July 1907

im ae MM 1TF HFDA1 A ^eirnosest0°c^osetothe srind A I L II Lit ALU stone must also watch out.—Se- ifiS UBLISHED N. P. HOUX, EVERY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ....$1.0# I i <1 sc ■' w v ^AxwvVvsixv^ "RaUS i issue J issues 4 issues 1 Page $9.00 $10.(H) $30.00 >4 % attle Post-Inteligencer. Thursday. ! There used to be a man in ! Houston who was so short that Editor 4 prophictob when he went for a walk the nails in the sidewalks would tear holes in the seat of his pants; but he has not been seen for a long time now. Perhaps he load- ed up with germs and blew away.—J. M. Lewis. That's nothing. We know of people who are so short that they are afraid to eo out for a walk lest they wear out their shoes or ter*r their pants on the nails in the sidewalk. Kntered at the postotiice at Mexia, T im •a second-elat>* m il matter. 9.00 S.2K 16.00 10.00 1 Year $350.00 209.00 125.00 " 5.00 " 3.00 LESS THAN ONE QUARTEK PAGE. 1 issue 15c per inch. 2 issues 25c per inch. 4 '' 50c " " 1 Year 10c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 July 1907

'tf" ■•': " «; • ) ran yh ,;v > AW Home Print. 8 Pages , & & &>& ■>•- w,MLk* mv«m it!'" ;> ■•' « W' •# a SRHRP PwrpfrHiki fffrt® V. r"' ( See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The State Herald. - YOL. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1907. NO 28 AFTER SEVENTY YEARS. Mr. Alfonso Steele Visits the San Ja- cinto Battle Field, c8jc8)cSbcSb(^io?ocg3c%c5'oc83cS3cS!>c®3c^icS)cS5t®ic^)cS)cSjc!8idS3i^3cS5b c^c^c^t^^i^dSicSbcSicSfccSbc^ji^j^^ociSjdfeisbc^icKicSj A. J. WAGNER & COMPANY I I QUEST OF COL. A. J. HOUSTON .1 J The Sturdy Old Veteran Enjoys the Visit and Tells Much of Interest About the Historical Conflict, While the editor of this paper Mr. Steele said the place was in Galveston attending the general looked as natural as press association recently he met his old friend. Col. A. J. Hous- ton. of Beaumont, son of Gen. Sam Houston, and it was ar- ranged that Col. Houston pay a visit to Mr. Alfonso Steele in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 July 1907

Wmm wt: II ' II I BSEft rjv.T*r*., ■he- Ml ? Rm is f:\ v Mf RHEUMATIC FOl^KS Are You Sure Your Kidneys Are Well? Many rheumatic attacks are due to uric acid in the blood. Hut the duty of the kidneys is to remove all uric acid from the blood. Its presence there shows the kidneys are inactive. Don't dally with "uric acid solvents." Vou might go on till doomsday with them, but until you cmv the kidneys you will never get well. Doan's Kidney Pills not only remove uric acid, but cure the kidneys and then all danger from uric acid is ended. Here is Mexia testi- mony to prove it; J. E. Kubiak. U. F. I). No. 2, Mexia. Texab, says: "For about three years I suffered with pain in tln back and the left side. 1 had frequent headach s and was quite nervous. Colds settled on my kidneys and niade my trouble wo'.'se. There were a!.-,, some indica- tions of rheumatism. 1 began using Doan's Kidney Pills last year, and find- ing relief, kept on with I he treatment until I had used -'our boxes, and the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 July 1907

• ■:•; v- v ■ ; < " ' ;/ ^ "}V .its-. r f ' Wf'tt* .* * ■' «TV, .'<S f jgpIS ™ ■ j ■™PF *Usp« m- * ' I : Bp I |\ J I \ >< IA ) >•' □ i Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis- :4l-.'t]bges and lessens ambition: beauty, vigor and cheerfulness Boon disappear when th.j kid- neys are' out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalen* that it is not uncommon for a child to be born P afflicted with weak kicl- «. ueys. If tt.ri child urin- ates too often, if the unne scalds the flesh or if, when the child reaches an age when It should be able to -control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bod-wonting, depend upon it. the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first s\-p should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is cue to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as nvo3t people suppose. Women as well as men are made mis- e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 July 1907

' ■ S® -v , ;■;•■ &?• . ' •"■ fj, ' ■-.my - "M4 ^ " '-v $ ■,,,11. MJI... .UN III. ■ . ..I I ' ' "..1.1 - -■ •' " . STATE HERALD mtlSHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor 4 Proprietor Yv. v. ✓ I *7 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Om Year 10 Entered at the postofflee at Mexia, Tiih, m Mcond-olKHK mail matter. ^.ii-ofcTUsvTv^ "&a\es i iSKiie 2 issues 4 issue* 1 Page $9.<>0 $16.00 $30.00 i Yt'iir $350.00 209.00 125.00 % " 5.00 9.00 16.00 % " 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 Issue. Readers 5c per line each issue. A lady living near Paris went to put on her husband's shoes as overshoes and found a snake in one of them. It seems all right for the snake to be in his shoes, but how comes it that the old man didn't find it? freight he should look out, as he must if necessity have his cotton put up in the square bale. But aside from this, why should the differ nee be made? One hundred pounds of cot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 July 1907

- w jjlAi iSJEwg ?S:vV, <2l v . ■'■82 AH.'/ ■ ; , v"■; ;f/p? v\T '.. *8? 11 f:,*' ifi,."?■ i;. --Y , '"'" if ;: • ■'" ; P ■- ■'.'•• :\" ' . fV',; ?■#>''',.-?■ "■' ' ' ivfyfFQt/L -r- ;[ Bp1#"1-' •, * v>- V • \ \ r \§ i e 1 o D * M * [<§g * lis *® HEEVES' GREAT Clearing Sale. Extraordinary Reductions in Every Department. We Must Clear Out all Summer Goods. Prices Take Effect Monday, July I5th„ and Hold Good During Remaining Days of July. Public demand is ever changing, ever varying, and in foretelling this demand, the most careful buyer is doomed to err. That such is the case, makes necessary our great semi-annual events- Clearing Sales. Here is a lot of goods which has not moved readily, there, a lot fairly well sold up, yonder, a mere bagatelle. All these Must Be Sold be- fore the season advances further. To clear these lots from our stock, to move every vestige of summery stuff, we will make exceedingly great reductions in all departments on the days stated above. The t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 July 1907

mrmmmmi ;|ln the'hou.!? all winter, feeding the charmer a drt>p of honey every three days. It must be nice to be a but terfly. v WITH THE GUARANTEED mil kA WORM um Copyright: JHO by Pvrnn Williams. where ? Wlviv hi" (In? middens of Ions: ano, Ph ma v. that we wfwied aa.l Wi>n7 Where aire the girls of the summer time* Fannod by tl:.■ wind ami sim FAVORITE TONIC. THE CHILDRE BKWA c or IMITATION* THE OENUIN* PRKFAflCD ONLY Y Ballard-Snow Liniment Co* LOUIS- MO. DRUG CO. For Sole MEXIA Barely Escapes. While Bernard Smith' wus putting a shirt over his head last Sunday prior to going to church, a pet dog belong- ing to the family rushed in, biting him eight times between the chiffonier, and the front hall.—Mount Carmel (III.) Republican. Between North and South Texas Where is Bweet All e of Tomahawk, She wlUt tile strtHU browh «->vs? Wlwre is Lui'iii" wit!' in; ripe, veil lips? Maude. of l.iUe I'.v.'ttdisoV Where Is fair Blanche with the form di- vine. Blanch.- with the naiad's f...

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

■V j*. • ■ 1 0 ^ ( ,'« A New Orleans woman was thin. Because she did not extract sufficient nourishment from her food. She took Scott's Emulsion. Result: ; v She gained a pound a day in weight. ALL DRUGGISTS i SOc. AND $1.00 isammmmmmxiTmtz: Renca •• .« « c v, Hninn^ ■ft. *«„n« ^ * • vSbi '<■«* ' -* ^'• rrtfe* *4 • € •wi i * I >vo / $ I? I .•# JU, '<<—J> ■: ' i' «iiL .,iL JEL • - 1,000 oof coo\ yy Grow 1)10. best ol everything for pleasure und profit. Farm and Ranch will introduce you auu direct you c a the road vo success. ■ It tolls you h- w in combination with soil r m! climate to grow the best of every- thing— i'. teilB you how to harvest what you gw.i, uiid more important still, tolls ) ovf h ,w in market with gicatent profit what you have produced. It has departments of special interest to each mem- ber of the family—father, mother, son, daughter—and each department contains clean, reliable, interesting, instructive, original matter, prepared specially for Farm ...

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

'"- ''J-, ''(iri'y £"-pa*Km&. 11 1 , 1 • :-'v . ■;. ™ ■■£*,# ■ mwKmpwS m 'r HHHS I and Personal. r/ ; : J Miss Lilla Mae Houze, after a few weeks visit to the family of Hon. Geo. A. Bell, has returned to her home in Corsicana. Mrs. Jack Bearden visited her mother, Mrs. Langston here Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bohamon and little daughter, Nina, of Palestine, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kaufman. An addition is being built to Carlton's blacksmith shopir. rsar or' city hall. The big meeting at the C. P. Church closed last night and Messrs. Kendrick and Carter have gone to their next appoint- ment at Honey Grove. Gene Houser and family have returned from a visit north. Mrs. Helen Bowlby of McKin- ney is in the city visiting the family of her cousin, Mayor Rennolds. Mrs. L. J. Moseley has re- turned to her home in Corsicana after a short visit to relatives here. Mrs. N. E. Meador, of Hous- ton, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Smith. J. M. Nickles, proprietor of t...

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

...... . - Home PrintJRs Pages N See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas. "Hii The! State Herald. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1007. NO 29 KV*'-- • • v,-r ' ' .■: % . , . . ji" S<- tr k A , .1/ A Bridal Shower Thursday, from 5 to 7, one of the most delightful social events of -the season was enjoyed by Mexia's "Four Hundred," the occision being an ante-nuptial shower given in honor of Miss Aline Ward, who on the evening of the 16th inst will wed Mr. Fred Hofstetter or Austin. The beautiful suburban home of Mrs. Jno. Davis was rendered more beautiful by the artistic decorations, fashioned and ar~ ranged by the ready, nimble fingers of the house party, com- posed of the following ladies: Mesdames S. J. Jackson, E. H. Richardson, A. B. Rennblds, A. G. Betts, Blake Smith, N. P. Hoiix, J. T. Frasier, "N. N. Bourland, and Miss Mary Ward. Under an arch twined with growing, feathery ferns, from which was suspended hanging baskets of military ferri,...

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

t ' lii \ i J \ r' " H,iy : • :1 ■ '* jjj . WEAKENS THE KIDNEYS. 's Kidney Pills Have Done Great Service for People Who Work in Mexia. MtmtMexia people work every day in some strained, unnatural position- bending constantly over a desk —riding on jolting wagons or ears—doing ^labor- ious housework; lifting, reaching or pulling, or trying the back in a hun- dred and one other ways. All these strains tend to wear, weaken and in- jure the kidneys until they fall behind in their work of filtering the poisons from the blood. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys, put new trength in bad backs. W. H.-Cargile, farmer, living three miles southwest of Groesbeck, Texas, on R. F. D. No. 4, says: "From my experience with Doan's Kidney Pills,. 1 believe them to be a fine kidney med- icine. They helped me from the first. My case had been one of several years standing. There was an almost con- stant dull aching across the small of my back, especially severe when stoop- ing or lifting. The irregular...

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

4 ,i S . • • r *■■■". • If XMRr, t ' * ■rfn ' ■ ' $w4 JMMMP Ikw*h> "• . - r■ ■ -y. ..." ■ mmn fSiv?V . V .r,. ' ' V 7 * Y-S - IfflW wm Thousands JJave Kidney Trouble and Don't Know it. How To Plod Out. Fill a bottl* or common glass with your water and let it stand \wenty-four hours; a sediment or set- tling indicates an I unhealthy condi- tion of the kid- nej yoji ,. evidence of kid- ney .rouble. tor frequent desire to pass It or pain in the back is abo convincing proof that the kidneys a.id blad- der are out of order. What to Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability •o hold water and scalding pain in passing It. or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up m...

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

pif 11 'f' ?. '<. v / .. ! '-r.: ; ;:. " A;"": -,?S fry*?. .!?v Pfw: ic'. ' - I*"!" HE STATE HERALD X j :\ I.J #$'. PUBLISHED EVERY THUH8DAW. M. P. HOUX. Editor * Pm>p>«irron SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Tear +\M ■■tared >t the poatoffloc *t Mexia, Tim, M M«oBd-oluk mail matter. ofn-ers hp ie:v*- 'i"""! • a<i to 3 1Hi the neur* « ? I * 1 .-ed !vm • in jail. The neg-<> i wi't. •>:.> n to be so >er ■ t> x \2la - uyth-srd vhen he shoots a Wuite man. ^towrlvsuvqi *ka\es l issue 2 issues 4 issues 1 Yeur 1 Page $9.00 $16.00 $30.00 $350. 0 yi " 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. It now comes f om San \ntonio that the saloon men will not obey the Sunday and midnight closing part of the new liquor law. We thought the report from there a few days ago that they were gcing to obey the law and had started in by clo...

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

' r vt ;: -■ *5 KTi rwarrM1^*'* •''/'".•'C yl •" • 1'TvT^'.'WW*- '« . rJWPfPW' ,. •; 'J'-' • ■ ■ v£i;-VT*.w ■ ^iSjlSBg K & 1 *,, •; r A, : v i *■ A . Local and Personal. Whit Beaver vent south on the Boll Weevi! Sunday. * •' •. I. B. Smith of Wortham visited friends here Sunday. JinKlohansen Jr., was up from Teague Sunday visiting his pa- rents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Deen spent Sunday visiting in Wortham. Misses Gladys and Kathryne Hall have returned from a short visit in Ennis. Mrs. Geo. Petty has returned from a visit in Corsicana. Hugh Freeman spent Sunday in Mexia and went south on the noon train. Lee M. Vance came in from the south Sunday afternoon on the Central. Miss Perryman, who has been visiting Miss Mary Steele, has gone to Corsicana on a visit. She was accompanied by Miss Steele. J. C. Karner came up from the mi!) to spend Sunday with rela- tives and friends. Mrs. B. T. Rawls and daughter, Mrs. Fred Bennett, accompanied by Miss Helen Steele, went up to >.'ubl ard Cit...

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

/, ( f,' ' v- *t-' Districf Court Jurors -V' .! "■' "li .'•• ■■'•■ '■% ^ WJ ";ty ' '■■ .is '■ V:V : J(". v 1 \l -5^WV'*':V' ',ffi *'''•. jjf ■ l''' .' JBflilf! c FOURTH WEEK. _JT Howard J E Coleman Chas Moody B C Holder A J Batchelor B C Morgan J B Reiuro S M Wilson C B Waller G)W Cross J J Suttle W D Hart J W Dyer N P Harris Jack Stewart C W Moody Perry Jackson Jay Bowers w R W N East E J Fowler K L Anderson A Christoffer Joe Sharp J J Chandler Chas Healer W S Glover W C Truitt Newt Sealey W K Summers G W Starnes R F Pitts Chas Day C P Tribble B Coker Q S Lockhart John Durham FIFTH WEEK. C P Edings J W Little W F Reed H M Hitt John Booth Y D Lucius C M Howard J C Smiley Will Harnett Henry Slade C M Wood E C Hardwick W C Easter Walter Hart J M Doss Louis Skrehart Bob Ellison Lee Cox Woody McDonald J C McKinley Mat Climer Ben Wallace W W Wade Oscar Mullins B F Berry T A McBay W A Rivers Polk Knox J E Roberts B 0 Johnson J A Broadwell T J Leach A c Prince H c Fife B B Broadnax John Ri...

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