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

. ' : < ■ ..... ; w ^' •■• w.i • • ? «••■• ••<• . ■ V.f f;:: : ' ■ 1 .'■•* • i;•:>•;•" V •*. "• "' : • - ?t- . ,• ->V t'i t I I- ■ > I Complies with all requirement of the National Pure Food Law, Guarantee No. 204 , filed at Washington. Scott's Emulsion strengthens enfeebled nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and * -lerve force. It provides baby with the necessary fat ' and mineral food for healthy growth. ALL DRUGGISTS I 60©. AND St.00. No. 2 Folding Brownie Hiw ir. ■.>* A wonderfully t.a: 1 ccr.tir&te camera built on the K.:..iuk , .ai.. ' !ocd enough to .. satisfy experience/: ;• nomographers, yet. so i simple that children can use it. PICTURES 2>4x3>4 inches. Loads in daylight with film! Cartridges. Fitted with meniscus lens, and shutter with iris diaphragm stops. toll description in Iiu?ak CcCalcg FREE til ant/ photographic dealers er b.j? maiL EASTMAN KODAK CO., Rochester, N. Y. For Sale at Park's Book Store. TELEPHONES JIM ALASKA. There are ...

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

-JLB PAST AGE rap'. L t-v loataaff, Russian Reactionary <pe of Man of Whom tha World la Wall Rid. M. PobiedonoslsetT, Russia's great reactionary and former procurator of the holy synod, who died recently, was once described as belonging to that most dangerous class of evil- doers—a wrong-headed man of blameless lifo and pure intentions. Cast in the Byzantine mold, his fea- tures were thin, dry and somewhat winched. His eyes were cold and aharp and rendered still colder by the spectacles that shielded them, while his glance was as frigid as the cheerless ray of winter sun. An- drew D. White. American ambassa- dor in Russia, found the procurator "to all appearance a scholarly, kind- ly man," who had translated some essays of Emerson into Russian and was never without an open roluine of thia writer on his study table. B t ''it was evident that he regarded Russia as representing among the nations the idea of heaven-given and church-anointed authority—as the empire daatined to nave th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 July 1907

'''pFV IV :lf ' ti-V.V 1 ■"■ V^v' '** « '/V ' • ■ ' ' s .-■*•■ ;i. Kr &•■•:'• '•*.-■ •"'*, ■ •■.■: iWSS- Home Print. 8 Pages See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. , ■■■ '>■ -'irap If ■" - n ■ ? J?j,', r/ f •, .. i :i; . -Rr? • 'V.'i> s >i;'V* The State Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1907. NO 30 r . •! .«. : „ JU JU JU l^JU 11 JU I JU " JU 11 JU *' JU i" JU 1 Jk III JU 1 JU ?i JU1 JU JL. !|i JL, * I T;.T r*j| .Tl* iffil T.I * JiT ILTiT i TITji T i Ti * JU ! jl, ::! ju ' ju if ju ju | JU JU * JU JU JU jgj TI in ^ I y iii *** iii *** Ji *** i *** ly A. J. Warner & Co. ANOTHER BIG STOCK REDUCING SALE Thoosands of yards of fine drees goods at prices the factories would be glad to own tRem. Sale begins Tuesday morning July 30, Close Aug: 10th Dress goods, worth up to 15c now 71-2c yd. DRESS LAWNS and organdies worth 10 and 8 1-3 now 5c yd. Few pieces of Fine dress organdies lawns lawns, and fig. or- an(j mercerized gandies wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 July 1907

i!.;'V ; > : "'V-''| mm, ,j'iLi ...j 4 U m KIDNEYS ey Pills Hav<? Done Great ■ Service for People Who Work in Mexia. Most Mexia people work in some strained, unnatural position™ bending constantly over a desk—'vfdin$ on jolting wagons or cars — doing labor- ious housework; lifting, reaching or pulling,,or, trying the back in a hun- dred afid one other ways. All these strains tend to wewv .weaken .and in- jure the kidneys until Ujej, f ^l in their work of' filtering the pqisona front the blood. Dcfcri'a Kidney Fills cure sick kidneys, put new strength in bad Jjjfcjparg-ile. farmer, living three [southwest of Groeabeck, Texas, tfJVD. No. 4, says: f "From my ^-'irffce with Doaft's Kidney Pills, I ' iem tovbe fine kidney med- ley* helped me from the nrst. iac( been one of several years There was an almost con- aching across the small' of especially severe when stoop- "'ting, The irregularity in m "the kidney secretions was * iilrce of annoyance 'and pas- wfepti accompanied by pain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 July 1907

ypical Southern Wedding. 15 •' T 4 fm'tinttfnf I u ft Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prsvailing In this most dangerous because to decep- tive. Mf. ;iy sudden deaths a1 caused by it —heurt disease, pneun cniA. heart Jftilu"* or apoplexy p ve .iften ihe result of 'iriney disease. If trouble is al- i.v«-b to advance the UjLT •.ifir.ey^poisoned \y * i !ocd w 1! attack the , '.trgsns cr the Sidneys themseJvi-i. br- ?.k d ;wn and waste jiway cell by ce* | Bladder tro' . most alw jys result from a deraneem- of the kidneys and a cure is pb'sined sickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. If you are feeling badly you tan make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's ^wamp'Root, the great kidney, liver aitd bladder remedy. % It corrects inability to hold urine and sc«ld- |ri£f pain in passing it, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many limes during the night. The mild and the (extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon teaiuttd....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 July 1907

EBp Vm IV tmt «*AIB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. . HOUX. Editoh * RpoMiirron SUBSCRIPTION RATB8: Om Year fl-0* Entered t the po*tofflc«t at llexik, Texas, « necond-clafck mail matter. i issue 1 issues 4 issues 1 Page $9.00 $16.00 $30.00 1 Year $350.0 209.00 125.00 ii " 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. The grand lodge of Elks, just closed at Philadelphia, will hold its next meeting in Dallas, next year. Mr. Taft appears to stand for all the Roosevelt policies except one. Mr. Taft's family is small. —Snap Shots. Well Mr. Taft is big enough to make up for it. The Ft. Worth Record's office goat, in a cartoon of Friday's is- sue, seems to be "delighted" at the mistreatment of the Emperor of Korea by Japan. Sears, Roebuck & Co., has sus- pended the grocery department of their big mail order concern. This was a result of recent legis- lation....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 July 1907

SBJjfl •:$ !$[ ■"( •*'' ■ ■ '' ' . ' •• H?, •'.'''" > • ' ,■ i R.h *h$5 -v,. . .. v J : l' — .1 .iL. ' itf-il'L iJPiiiB Jlv' :w@ : v?W. :f";' ' •■■'■■■' ' 11 M mm RK H MMI Some Premiums P,.,t •> ^ g *L I We are going to inaugurate a Pre- I mium campaign on the Herald for «fv I the purpose of increasing the circu- i lation of the paper' We have ar- | ranged with the manufacturers to # use some usesul premiums, such as « ] i EfSMSIEEEIS ti!M!®SIEISffi/HI :!®SUB';yiSlfl1 (f*' ISJ^/SEISIi^lSrSISSISliE I u tfaiB'fi I Dinner Sets, Cooking Utensils, Clocks, Silverware, Magazines, Etc. Watch for Announcement with List of Premiums soon. wtnmimiutmncM HOUX'S PRINTERY. The State Herald. The Evening News. Mexia, - Texas. /< i ***r*+a***r ********0**>*m * * *i t * *a # r e r**0M ***********************************3 Off For Camp Mabry. The Hubbard Squad of Co. G., Joe Johnson Rifles of Mexia, left this morning to take part in the State encampment of fthe Natio- nal Guards at Austin, T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 July 1907

(Sy'-s j ' v, DHK'~ ^ [ «tn T; !■''V;* •■■'• fi: SlEwi; '$t-' f .llf!'' fr? . KMMlF -Vr« .. ft? Copyright: 11*07: WITH 1MLC BY* A low ;<'■•:• i thif retwjl," • variably curt au (iidiiiwv ;.... >.u «... 0 iii**rl iceit ' it- t:;iu always be clepei) <*<<"• '"!v1 evm irj the 4i.cn> favere *:•!>, ,: , (.r.'iiHp colic and cholera r.i.• •!•'•." ]t is f-fjtially n'cct-f-Ki u! f: r c :md (Unrvhimi ai.'l euolion inl..t • < hil.lnii. 8)J<1 i ihe nieai.H c! the lives of niM.y cliS'alu U 1- >••' ' When red:.' < <1 with vra.itv Htm.tened it is plensar.t 1" taV'- Ev«-!.v mat: ol a family sir n' i 1 < <: thifu eiriedy in his home 1' . 't v. • Price, 25c. Larc-t: ) > Diwue iind Healtl REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY by Byren William*. Why? Why Mamie! J UirtK for to 1(1, I'm* lrt'BSiir>—'it)ips or hoard? W'l.y should 1 yi-.;rn for bind, GlttUli, ir ri(ho> Rt«.ri'«;? My hear; ir:« not for W'lf. Nor tl'.l'on". nor HpnrkliaK Kems! II linils contentment in Tin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 July 1907

B-'JSr • r®4 ;1' - — ■'r ' ".-••'I • rtfK .*- The effect of mkl&ria lasts a long time. You catch told easily or become run- down because or the after effects of malaria. Strengthen yourself with Scott's W$mufsfon. It builds new blood and tones up your nervous v system. V ALL DRUGGISTSS BOO. AND SI.OO. No. 2 Folding .WWHtl ' 'J Price. V * .00 A wonderfully cap«Jbls and accurate camera built on th<3 Kodak plan. Good enough to satisfy experienced photographers, yet so simple that children can use it. With the Soil ^1 ' 1,000,001) 001 Grow the best of everything •for pleasure and profit. Fakm and Ranch wijl introduce you and direct you on the road to success. . I • It tells you how in combination with soil and climate to grow the best ot every- thing—it tqlls you how to harvest what you grow, and more important still, tells you how to market with greatest profit what you have produced. It has departments of special interest to each mem- ber of the family—father, mother, son, daug...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 July 1907

mSwffl KWKiW wMk '.v3f? v.* & S};* Blip stGrx- ' • . nil !fl^ J ?S)r i • mm NEW RAILROAD FOR MEXIA. Some More Talk About the* Proposed Line to Be Built Between Pal- estine and Alexia. A NEW RAILROAD PROPOSED FOR MEXIA. A committee from Fairfield met the railroad committee of the Young Mens Industrial Club in this city yesterday and the matter of building the Waco-Pal- Waco. Now, we have gone into the cost of construction of this |road in every detail and it will .aston- ish you to know that thej road can actually be constructed for less than $5000 per mile, never- eatineline of railroad was dis-' theless this is true and we have cussed at length. Our local com- mittee and the Fairfield people have gone into thejmerits of |the proposition thoroughly and find the best plan is the same as is being worked by the people of Tyler on a road from that city to Canton, Texas. It is proposed first to raise the neccessary mon- ey for a survey, estimates pro- figures to show for themselves. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 August 1907

wpMiiMhrj \ If \ 1 ' ■ ■ AII Home Print. 8 Pages See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, iTexia, Texas. The State Herald. VOL. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1907. ISO 31 A, GRAND JURY REPORT. 1 To the Hon. L. B. Cobb, District Judge. We your grand jury duly im- panelled and sworn and charged to investigate crime beg leave to report that we have been in session 12 days and investigated all manner of crime according to the charge given us and have ex- amined 208 witnesses upon whose testimony we have returned 7 felony indictments and "24 mis- demeanor indictments. We have examined the county jail and have inquired into the treatment of all prisoners. The cage floor and the concrete floor around the cage and the jail yard fence we find in bad condition and need repairing at ones. The prisoners we find are be- ing and have been treated as prisoners should, humanely but with firmness. We examined the reports of all county and precinct officers that have been pr...

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

ii ■1111 mmmsm — "fr*? , % V ! $ * V A few doses i f thiB remedy will in- vii i ibly cure an ordinary attack of diarrhoea. it can always be depended upon, even in the more severe attacks of crump colic and cholera morbus. It is equally successful for summer diarrhoea and cholera infantum in children, ami is the means of rftivini< the .lives of many children each year When reduced with wnt>r and sweetened it is pleasant to t«k • Kv-ry mm of a family ah'">ld keep thix remedy in his home. Bi.'if umv, Price, 2jc. LaroeSui;, 5.c. DilMM kind iMltl % ! / wim ""INGLE BY" REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY "ladi a Well Man of Ma." produces fine results In SO days. It sots powerfully and quickly. Cures when others fslL Young men can retrain their lost manhood, sad old men may recover their youthful vigor by using HBV1VO. It quickly and quietly re- moves Nervousness, Lost Vitality, Sesual Weakness such as Lost Power, Failing Memory, Wasting Diseases, and effects of self-abuse or excess snd Indi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 August 1907

' ■hyy~r ■■ ~ -■ ... ,r. . Brownie Price. A wonderfully c ipa'trie and accurate camera built on the Kg ink plan. Good enough to satisfy experienced photographers, yet so simple that children can use it. PICTURES 2=4 x 3'A inches. Loads in. daylight with film Cartridges. Fitted with meni :us lens, and shutter with iris diapl::ac.'v: stops. Full tUcscn'r-tfon •>. -'e;'ok C'oicScgr FREV at ar.p dealers or n c;7. EASTMAN KODAK CO., Rochester, N. Y. awsw sracasK^fliwiiii iimh Complies with all requirement* of the National Pure Food Law, Guarantee No. 2041, filed at Waihington, Advice of the largest coffee dealers in the world is always to buy the old- fashioned Arbuckles' ARIOSA Coffee in the sealed packages. Don't ask for a pound of Mocha and Java, or buy by thejsrice, for Coffee fluctuates and you cannot get the same coffee for the same price all the time unless you pay too much for it. Most of the so-called Mocha and Java Coffee is simply masquerading, and is not nearly as good cof...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 August 1907

. / If ^ \ ^ 4 J1 • ' ' . ' ;■ , . 4... THE STATE I PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. -N. P. HOUX, Editor * PnopiiinoR SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ow Year fliM Entered «t tbe jxwtofllce at Mem)a, Thm, •8 Mcond-ul«kK mail matter. IV&wrWsvrv^ Hales i issue 2 issues 4 issuts j Year 1 Page $9.<>0 $16. IX) $3(1.00 $350.0 % •• 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. The "Constitutional League," whatever that might be, i9 go- ing to prove that the shooting up of Brownsville was done by an armed mob of the people of tne town who are in the habit of terrorizing the town to suit them- selves. This startling information comes from Chicago and is to be given to the world by the Chicago Tribune. Great. JUST A HORSE TRADE Dewey says the next big war will be fought in the Pacific. Let Dewey into it and his side will win. t Alabama is again called upon ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 August 1907

m r a 1 :: s«: HH )' •r \ BIG MURDER .■^A) in Mexia. The Awful Facts. Misses White Canvas Ox- fords, worth $1.00, at 59c Child's White Canvas Ox- fords, worth 90c, at 54c Boys Canvas Oxfords, leather sole, worth 75c, 39c Ladies $2.50 Oxfords, on- ly few left, at - $1.49 Misses Patent Leather Ox- fords, worth $1.25, at 75c Child's Patent Leather Oxr fords, worth $1.10, at 69c Men's Tan Low Cuts, worth $3.00, go at $1.50 Men's $3.50 and 4.00 Walk Over Low Cuts at 1.75 That's all, only you will have to harry. Vlaifia. Texas . r*cal and Personal. Miss Loutee Duke of Swann, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. A. B. Marchbanks. The young cyclone that pass- ed over Mexia Monday afternoon did considerable damage in a „ * m i i_ i. 'small way. Fences and oat, Miss Sammie Blake has return- , ui i a i j - « i houses were blown down and ed from a visit in Corsi cana. 1 , t> * roofs shaken up. But the most J. R. Teague and a brother of serious damage reported was that I B. F. Yoakum were...

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

vt'4S':' ' W^i [fcN i/ WWiWM WVffll '' *; ^IpS^R? IpPll -„ . . V '.3 i •«$. ,m, . .•; . ; , , J :jy*v . ' ' Of D1ZZ1N1&S. Cone to Hundreds of Mexia People There are days of dizziness; ' Spells of headache, sideache, back- ache; Sometimes, rheumatic pains; Miss Bettie Lockhart, of 611 W. Tenth Ave., Corsicana, Texas, says: "Ever since 1 was a little girl 1 have- had trouble with my back and as I got older it gradually grew worse, the at- tacks being more frequent and any work that required stooping or lifting caused sharp twinges of pain to dart through my kidneys. Oftentimes a blindness would come over me and several times I came near getting a bad fall from the dizziness. There was also a difficulty with the kidr.sy secretions. Since using Doan's Kidney Pills 1 have felt like a different woman. My back has given me no trouble lately and all the other symptoms have been greatly relieved. Doan's Kidney Pills are a fine medicine and I endorse it with pleasure.'' For sale by all de...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 August 1907

. KP-iv.A;'v-v..,'. '■ . >■; v • • :'.tv"p|?!v' W ?■ '■■■ >... f ■ mm 1 >ver-Work Weakens Your Kidneys, Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. All the blood In your body parses through rour kidneys once e erv three piinuti s. The kidneys are your blood purifie i. they fil- ter out iht waste or impurities In the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fail to do their vork. Pains, aches and rheu- matism come from ex- cess of uric acia in the blood, due to neglected \ kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes quick >r unsteady "jeah beats, and rrjakes one feel as though Jiey had heart trouble, because the heart is over-working rn pumping'thick, kidn-y- poisoned blood through veins and arteries. • It used to be considered that only urinary troubles w-„re to be. traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all Constitutional diseases have their begin- ning In kidney trouble. • It you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 August 1907

s Of Nineteenth Annual Reunion of J Johnston Camp, No. 94. 0 C V. F The nineteenth annual reun- ion of Joe Johnston Camp, No. 94, U. C. V.. was held at Jacks Creek on July 23-26, 1907. Camp was called to order by Commander Joiner at 10 o'clock, a. m., on Tuesday. July 23rd., and was opened with prayer by . Rev. John K. Lippard, of Bloom- ing Grove, acting for Chaplain. On motion, the roll call and reading of the minutes was set for Wednesday, the second day of each reunion, on account of a fuller attendance. The Commander delivered an appropriate address of welcome to all. Several comrades made short talks. Comrade Gibson gave the Camp a very interesting account of his visit to the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and the re- union at Richmond. Camp took recess to 2:30 o'clock. AFTERNOON. Camp reassembled at 2:30 o'clock. There being no im- mediate business to transact, it adjourned to Wednesday morn- ing. SECOND DAY. WEDNESDAY, JULY24TH. Camp assembled at 9 o'clock. Was opened with pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 August 1907

■ ii ni iB n iwr rrrrir Hn nfrrTr*^^ J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, rtexia, Texa MM! i 4 / The State Herald. &v. k;\ <i t:\ < VOL. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8 1007. ' \ rr— = Prairie Grove The dry weather continues. Vegetation is almost dried up. Cotton has stopped growing; drouth and weevils will make crop short. Some sickness in the communis ty. Mr. Will Todd has been re a sick. I failed to get the names of other sick folks. Miss Mae Cox, Mr. Sims, Will Kierbow, Ed Williams, Grandma Morgan all have been quite sick but are able to be up again. There one case of small pox in a negro family in the neighbor- hood. R r. Cecil Kierbow andjhis sis- ter are visiting relatives at Thornton. Mrs. Henderson of Jewett is visiting her aunt Mrs. J. G. McDonald. Rob McBay returned from Thornton where he attended the summer normal. J. C. Morgan from South Carolina is visiting his nephew, J. D. Morgan. Mrs. W. 0. Herding and daughter of Chilacothe, and Mrs...

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

fff ftkfTtTJ MjJUfZgJT.W' AM? IJfiPPI Was " mi :>W Is Sal? jra PW . — ' wSl OF DIZZINESS. sdreds of Mexia People P1; i days of dizziness; t of headache, aideache, back- ies, rheumatic pains; Bettie Lock hart, of 611 W. i Ave., Corsicana, Texas, says: er since 1 was a little pirl 1 have DIRRHOEA CURED. 'My father has for years ; been troubled with diarrhoea, and tried every means possible to effect a cure without avail," writes John H Zirkle of Philippi, W. Va. "He saw Cham* bylain's Colic. Cholera and Diarahoea Remedy advertised in the Philippi Re- bublic n and decided to try it. The result i* one bottle cured him and he has liut suffered with the disease for e'tjhteen months. Before taking this trouble with my back and as 1 got renie(]y he was a constant sufferer. it gradually grew worse, the at-1 jg now souncj ari(j well, and al- s being more frequent and any J tho igh sixty years old, can do as much k that required stooping or lifting wcrk as a young man." Sold by Mexia fnaed ...

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