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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 September 1907

mw- If' vi ,u. ; ,?,7 , ', <" .;■ ::'V' iSP:V "' *v "' '' :' ■ S "m f ff ^Op p-. ■a* v // / i J local anb personal. J Mrs. Tom Cox has retnred to her home in Teaguey Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Storey have a very sick baby. Mrs. C. B. Wier of Houston is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F. Houx. Miss Helen Steele, of Forest Glade has returned to her school duties in Dennison. Mrs. A. G. Betts has returned to T'eague after a two weeks vis- it to the old home here. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robinson ol', Haskell are in the city visiting} relatives for a few days. j. R. Sewell has accepted a po- sition with Jackson Bros. Co., in! the hardware business. I). W. Bailey has sold the old Kit Wood place, just west of1 town to Dr. C. L. Watson. W. P. Beene has bought the John Watson place ancl will oc- cupy it as a home next month. Kendrick is now in his new 8hup in the Storey building, and asks for a share of your barbei Wji'k. Mrs. Willis Wolfe has returned to hjn home in Teague, after a dew days ...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 September 1907

$ mm Kf> /i 4 \ ■i ;' Keep The Kidneys Well. Health is worth Saving and Some Mexia Peo- ple Know How to Save It. Many Mexia people take their lives in their hands by neglecting the kidneys when they know these organs need help. Sick kidneys are responsible for a vast amount of suffering and ill health, but there is no need to suffer nor to remian in danger when all diseases and aches and pains duetoweak kidneys can be quickly and permanently cured by the use ol Dean s Kidney Pills. Here is the state- ment, of a Mexia citizen who has re- claimed good health by the use of this remedy. William Matysiak. farmer, R. K u. No. 2, three miles out of Mexia, Texas, says: "Mv little girl, now about seven years old. was annoyed almost from baby hood with a weakhess of the kidneys. Hearing about Doan's Kidney Pills 1 got a box for her at the City Drug Co., in Mexia. My wife says since the girl started to use them they done her a pow- er of good. and have regulated the kidney secretions to a g...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 September 1907

il ME#'* aw ; i 1 . V % g w- ( f? rii 1 I TbHsands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Pre valency of Kla„ DUeage. Most people do not realize the alarm- ing increase and remarkable prevalency of kidney disease. While kidney dis- orders are the most common diseases that pre- vail, they nre almost the last recognized by patient arid phy- sicians, toko con- tent theinsel nn ■Willi doctoring the effect , while the orig- inal (lineage undermines the system. 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 to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne- cessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 September 1907

> / 1t s '■J ■ * If 1 ll % 1 r4 9 S •„ # • > ii -i l—. Premium We are offering some valuable premiums now as a means of increasing- the circulation of the paper. Come in and see the premiums and take advantage of our offer : : : : : • : : : : : This f ire40=piece Dinner set • \ V will be given as a premium to I any one who sends us 20 paid up subscription to the HERALD at $1.00 each, either new or renew= als kl mnni bSS&.^' • • I' ll 'V>I® This set of Sanitocook- ing utensils worth $2.50 goes as a premium on 10 yearly paid up subscrip= tsons, either new or re= newals. A This fine scope and 12 assorted pictures for 5 yearly paid up subscrip= tions, new or renewals. v I "V We have some fine metal clocks worth everywhere $2.50 o^e a premium with 10 subscriptions, new or renewals. You can't afford to turn this offer down, here is a good chance for boys and gir is to get some of these premiums. Qo to work and send in few names and dollars. W issue you coupons and when you ge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1907

u I / €• First Section—8 Pages ' ' r'f See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas. Tt • ie State Herai % ld. • VOL. 8. , ■ .. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 1007. NO 37 Groesbeck News. September 16.-There was an 'error in our communication which we sent in &bou^t a mouth ago. In our communication we stated that Prof. F. M. Sellers 'would make the race for County Treasurer. We should have said for Tax Assessor. This will be received with hearty approval by his many friends over the county, j Prof. Sellers has served in this j •capacity before and during his incumbrancy of eight years the Comptroller while verifying his report discovered only one: mistake. This is a good record j and very few of our assessors can' claim this distinction. School opened this morning with a large attendance. County Clerk Frazier had business in Coolidge. The largest crowd of the sea- son was in town Saturday and our merchants all done a good business. Our town was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1907

A A TRAVELING MAN'S EXPER- IENCE. "1 must tell you my experience on an East bound 0. fl. & N. R. R. train from Pendleton to Le Grande, Ore," writes Sam A. Garb>M-, a well known t.aveling man. "I was in the smoking department with some other traveling men when one of them went out into the coach and came back and said, 'There is a woman sick unto depth in the_car.' 1 at once got up and went out, found her very ill with cramp colic, her hands and arms were drawn up so you could not straighten them, and with a deathlike look on her face. Two or three ladies were working with her and giving her whiskey. I went to my suit case and got my bottle of • Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Rtmely (1 never travel without t), ran to the water tank, put a double dose of the medicine in the glasF, poured some water into it aad stirred it with a pencil; then J had quite a time to get the ladies to let me give it to her, but 1 succeeded. I could at once see the effect and I worked wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1907

'' "'T' " v^JJppPr;'-■ ; * '. gjgjf" , : fe' B i? BarfF: JK''*, ' w y 'f (,'• 1 s )• suds Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Pre vale ncy of Kidner Disease. Most ppople do not realize the alarm- ing increase and remarkable prevalency of kidney disease. While kidneydis- orders are the most co'rnmup diseases that pre' vail, they are almost the last recognized by patient and phy- sicians, who con- tent themselvrt •with doctoring the effect*, while the oriy- inul dUcaue undermines the system. 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 to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad ■effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne- cessity of being compelled to go often during the .day, and to get up many times during the nig...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1907

M i I K 11 /;! |§Fi - • 'i ;,\. 4'. -< , ) rf. ■ - SHE STATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. H.P. HOUX, Editor * Phopmictoh subscription rates: y i. • i.. ®utared at the poetofllc* t Mexl*. Thh, .«« Moond-clMi mail matter. ^\>6TVvsV(V^1U.US i issue 2 issues 4 issue# i Yewr 1 Page $9.00 $16.00 $30.00 J850.0 % " 5.00 9.00 16.00 209.00 % " 3.00 5.25 10.00 125.00 LESS THAN ONE QUARTER FA(5E. 1 issue 15c per inch. 2 issues 25c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " " Each Issue. Readers 5c per line each issue. Another big railroad wreck in Vermont, and many lives were lost. What kind of business is this? Secretary Taft has started on his trip around the world, but he expects to be back in time to enter the presidential race next year. It comfes from New York that it is believed that the telegraph- ers strike is near at an end as both sides seem anxious to re- sume business. ■'! •,r'FT'i ">*'• y' \-i ■ . W / - fl t ■ President Roosevelt wants I another cabinet officer to 2 be i known as th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1907

hPPQPMRR a : #:, Y ■••yr-.' *■: "f' *''..."■ ■ i ■, ... ' * : «,.v - <.- •; ■ v ft * <ww ♦♦♦•••• , i local an& personal. £ I K ««««♦« M«MMwr ' Diamond rings at Pittman's. Miss Anita Park is visiting friends in Corsicana (for a few days. Latest styles in veil pins at Pittmans. Is it wet enough for you? It ouerhtto be. Perdue repairs shoes, harness, etc. Shop rear of Parlor Drug Store. J. W. Clark and daughter, Miss Margaret, are visiting rel- atives in Arkansas. Bracelets of every design at Pittmans. Miss Kathleen Corley and lit- tle sister are visiting relatives in Dallas. Mrs. S. L. Peoples and baby are visiting in Dallas. Next Saturday, the 21st inst., the H. & T. C. will run the last excursion of the seoson to Hous- ton and Galvoston. Tickets good to leave here either at noon or night and to remain in Galveston until Monday night. Fare, Houston $3.20, Galveston $3.45 Mrs. Elliott has retuned to her home in Dallas after a visit to the family of P. Hansen. See Perdue,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1907

t■ m r' >v tmm e,3 A ftuv div -a. t this ward)* w!H v.'i I'iahly row mi onlinury attuclc of diarrhoea. It, can always be de;>t*n;>d upon, pren in the li'urt* severe attacks 11 tramp colic ami cholera morbus. It. is equally Biico^sHful for xniniDfr diarrhoea ui 'I ch'>lfi-a int' : :'-'iin in children, fl d tIsb icpju.a cf - ivn.g lis.- liosut' children oit. h year. Wlu-n rodr.-t-d wi'h wat**r ind STw.-tened it ii ;>1mhmiiI: to t;.kc. Every man 01 a family slutiid ki ep this remedy in his homo P :-* U <yw. Price, 23c. Larot. .%o. Win1 D /yfr M kan « REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY "Made a Well Man of Me." THE GREAT REVIVO produces fine reoults in 30 daft. It acta powerfully and quickly. Cures when others tall. Young men can refrain their lost manhood, and old men may recover their youthful vigor by using KEVIVO. It quickly and quietly re- moves Nervousness, Lost Vitality, Sexual Weaknews such as I-ost Power, Failing Memory, Wasting Disease*, and effects of self-abuse or exc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1907

ymw. Wj *'! if i:' (>* Dealer in Groceries, Liquors Tobacco, etc. has by permission of the citizens of Limestone county again put on sale his old stock of Whiskeys, Brandy and Wines, which were left on his hands 6 years. Theae goods are from 7 to 12 years old and will be sold for less than their market value. TO THE SUMMIT OF MT. McCLELLAN (Altitude 14,0G0 feet) VIA- The Gray's Peak Route IS THE Grandest One-Day Trip In Colorado It includes a ride through beautiful Clear Creek Canon, over the far-famed Georgetown Loop, thence to the summit of Mt. Clellan over the The Highest Regular Railway in the World. Also admission to famous natural Ice Palace of Colorado. Round trip made in one day from Denver. For illustra- ted folders, and information regarding rates, time of train, etc., address. C. A. Johnson. Gen'l. Pass. Agt. Gray's Peak Route. - - Denver Colo Words From Those Who hopes of hearing from you, 1 close. Your friend and pupil, Mack Harrell. Know. , | Nncojrdoches, Texas, | ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1907

1 II- L ) 4 O & ur Premium Lists We are offering1 some valuable premiums now as a means of increasing the circulation of the paper. €1 Come in and see the premiums and take advantage of < 9 our offer : : : : : : : : : : ll This fine 40=piece Dinner set will be given , as a premium to any one who sends us 20 jpaid up subscription to the HERALD at $1.00 each, either new or renew= als CSDE3II Wttt£incS This set of Sanitocook- ing utensils worth $2.50 goes as a premium ion 10 yearly paid up subscrip= tions, either new or re= newals. ,1 This fine scopeand \\2 -a > t -■* I assorted pictures for 5 yeary paid up subscrip- tions, new or renewals. We have some fine metal clocks worth everywhere JI$2.50 one a premium with 10 subscriptions, new or renewals. I1 n You can't afford to turn this offer down. Here is a good chance for boys and girls to get some of these premiums. Go to work and send in few names and dollars. Um We issue you coupons and when you get enough coupons for a prem...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1907

t '< ■ _ j Fr > "y i r V S I I V ) ■•,' -„. ■'■;*$■. v v.r v,.,-j—;-ipj-.,— -^JWWBWWp^T,.J1MBBB|..-T.~,: ^JMpMMMJ Second Section—4 Pages See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. f T hi i State Herai ld. VOL. 8. - MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 1907. NO 37 'Open Wide Your Eyes For Here Is Something Worth Reading*^ A Great Ready For Fall Our buyer went east a mouth ago with orders to spare no pains or expense to secure the choicest goods in the great markets. They were to pay par= ticular attention to quality, style and price==the three qualites upon which we have builded our reputation, The results of their efforts are now arriv= ing daily, being opened up, marked as low as is consistent with high quality and down to the minute style, and put on display. You can see them by paying a visit to our store. Just to give you an insight into some of the values we are offering we quote the following prices: A GREAT MATCH I.ESS OUT POURING OF VALU...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1907

rv.! ;v"-. \ 'y V \ —55 tfifc iltc SI Al t llfKALD ■PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAV. N.l>. HOUX. EDITOR * Pmopriktoh SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Om Year Bntered at t be postofflo« at Mexla, Taxaa, <m Mvond-clMi mail matter. gg ^VinoerVvsv^ "SU.Us l issue 2 issues 4 issues 1 Page $9.<K) $16.00 $30.00 a '•i 1 VetiT $350.0 209.00 125.00 " 5.00 9.00 16.00 " 3.00 S. 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 Japanese Battleship Kas- hima blew up and forty of the crew were killed and wounded. It is estimated that four fifths of the national legislators are in favor of selling the Philippine Islands. Give 'em away and we would be winner on the deal. Down in. Colorado county a wo- man sued a saloon man for sell- ing her husband liquor after warned not to do so, and jury gave her a verdict for $2500. That fellow will be willing to obey the provisions of his bond for a little while at l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1907

INDIAN LC:.n. Under Southern Skies. When a phy has been present- ed for six entire seasons to large and delightfhl audiences, return- ing three and four times during that period to many of the cities visited it is safe to assume that t tha't particular play is what is callled "a great big hit." This is the history of Lottie Blair Par- ker's play "Under Southern Skies" which returns to our city tonight at opera house. This play has enjoyed pheno- menal prosperity during the six years of it§ existence and now is in its seventh season of continu- ed success. Of all southern plays of recent years "Under Southern Skies" has proven the most popular. The reason is not hard to find. The main story is one that ap- peals strongly to every heart. It holds the spectator tense and in- terested until the curtain falls. But it is the manner of telling this story which forms the great and unusual charm of "Under Southern Skies". The charac- teristic traits of th$ southern beauty, chivalry, romance ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1907

' ' ' m-* .iv f -' ■ *. •' , • * * "• wWE* « ,■« 1' .v:*: ■■ ■':••■ " jaf'.-.j','.1 ■ ' :*rw--|w W. • '« ■ • '' ... -. -■ > 1 . ,o> ' - ' • ',V . ;\. V'''' . '.Hi' fk <. • ■ t; >•: .'.in', ' ■■"! ■■! Depended Rings—"Who was that couple Tn the conservatory?" VViugs—"Well, If they seemed anx- ious to be alone It was Miss Trilling and Archie Lovermore; it either seemed bored It was Hunks and his wife—they're married! WITH mil by Copyright: 1907: by Byron Williams. Tlte Reveille. Boftly, to the rustling tret*, More Room Elsewhere. N A writer says It's queer that a soci- ety woman never "catches cold In a low neck dress." We have noticed that! Maybe there is more room in er chest! Comes a wav'rlng ecstasy- Echo of the autumn's note! And the woodland, dense and RTPon Answers with a burnished sheen- Answers all the verdant scene, As the diapasons float! Wv, * *:>-!> ">(• V* /9M I fall— IGNORANT INITIA 1.3. One ol tlie strangest tlrngs t< me about vhmiiom," s.iid' a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1907

i All Home Print—Ten Pages V i See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The State Herald. m0- VOL. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 1907. NO <"*> Tfvavw&v 5> T?\\,\W\\>& See *i\\e "Ke\D 3aVV . *E>a$s ' "BeV\s S'\Ws &Vo\jes AQavs\s SWvv\s "KeeV^oeav Dress 5oo4s. "Yvavx\ev 5) YViWYVps No More Free Distribution. Waxahacie, Texas, Sept. 16. —On account of the operation of the anti-free pass law in Texas, the free, distribution of fish in | this state by the department of fisheries of the United States government has been discontin- ued. This information has just been obtained through Congress- man Beallofthe Fifth Texas dis- trict. Some weeks agro a citizen of Waxahachie applied to the fisher- ies department at Washington fo< fish with which to stock a small lake. After waiting a suf- ficient length of time and receiv- ing no reply, the party asked Congressman Beall to write the department concerning the mat- ter* Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1907

""■*'I. I'll'. i ' s*~V « ir<&*e *~-' \ few dost's i f t v,s vm.^Jy will !■■- vi i.ibly cure'iti: vrdimu-y <«c..ck >f di: rlicea. J.r can always !>e d «p' n-'d ny ti, ev« i in the inure severe atta-clu uf 'iip culic and cholera morbus. 3> is equally successful for .•mutner dlit-rhcea mid cholera infanvun in cHi Iren. •■mil 5s* the means of -;• vi: the liveso;' 111■- i.v children e.ieh year. \ hen reduced with wwfor and 8W " teno.l i! !•" pleasant to tHke J'.very man of a family sli. uld keep thi remedy in his home. Buy it. now. Price, 23c. Lap.o;: Si*::, 5'>c. REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY "Made a Well Man thev"i/" Me." GREAT REVIVO REMEDY produce* line result* in 30 days. It acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when others fall. Younu men can regain their lost manhood and old men may recover their youthful vigor by using HKVIVO. It quickly and quietly re- moves Nervousness, Lq^t Vitality, Sexual Weakness such as Lost Power, Falling Memory, Wasting Disease*, and effec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1907

^ : v;* 5ilP$PP Iplwr? % .«T'7 iiiHii aaiaiiiiMMi iMii ii iigi.aa t ' Dealer in Groceries, Liquors Tobacco, etc. has by permission of the citizens of Limestone county again put oil sale his old stock of Whiskeys, Brandy and Wines, which were left on his hands 6 years. These goods are from 7 to 12 years old and will be sold for less than their market Value. / . Is ' fig >. A) i. r-. Brownie Price A wonderfully capable and accurate camera built on the Kodak plan. Good enough to, satisfy experienced photographers, yet so simple that children can use it. PICTURES 2'A x 3'4 inches. Loads in daylight with film Cartridges. Fitted with meniscur lens, and shutter with iris diaphragm stops. Ftttt description in Kodak Cctalog FREE at on$ phctcgraphic dealers t-r he mail. EASTMAN KODAK CO., Rochester, N. Y. For Sale at Park's Book Store. EMPLOYS DEAF-MUTES ONLY. Over on the east side of New TTork a prosperous merchant en- gaged in the bottling industry makes * «f*w.i*l<v of employing (lea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1907

■;MJUU wmmsam 9 BUBSCRirriON SaUrwl at the poatoAe* at Taiae Nctri-cUu mail natter ^AwrVvsuv^ tUtes i issue . 2 issues 4 i *ue« 1 Page $9.00 $16.00 $30.(M) $350.0 209. Wl 125.00 16.00 io;oo i. ■,{, LESS THAN ONE QUARTER PAGE. 1 issue 15c per inch. 2 issues 25c per inch. 4 " 50c 44 44 1 Year 10c " " Each Issue. j Readers 5c per line each issuf. I—M—— ! Green-Painter is the headi.ij: j over a marriage from Big Springs The bride was painted green. Those Pittsburg preachers who have left the pulpit to engage in the life insurence business must have given up all hope of saving souls, so they are going to try provide for dependent ones after the body has decayed. A Houston man has invented an engine that|will run without fuel, and it can be manufactured cheap enough for any one need- ing power to own one. Put 'em on the market as soon as possible and enter this office for one. A white man in Colorado rec- ently advertised for a blacfc tegro woman for a wife. If he can't find one in Colora...

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