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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1907

.. v J^vAtoN** #**' ; .■xvrrsrrr^*'*' • >|flB5 vn * f-. -,yy'-'*:. - V* - • — t •',. Prft' '■••" >V ■- /VJ.T * • MEN NEW FALL * With the utmost care we have chosen our clothes forfait and winter. Style, workmanship, fab- ric, wearingJpoints, have all been considered. Why? Because we feel that you are a man who has been seeking reliability-value for value, Kirchbaum made our clothes, we need say little more. , There are no more skill- ! ful tailors in America. Their label pledges you merit. Kirchbaum Suit* $15 to $25.00 Cheaper Ones From $12.50, Down HIGH cfANDARD* clothing guaranteed WE ARE SOLE AGENTS IN MEXIA For Edwin Clapp and Cros- sett shoes--you know them they need no apology. The Clapp Shoe in all the new toes, and lasts in vici, gun metal and patent S5.50 to 7.00 The Crossett shoe is one of the top notchers in popular priced footwear, they are 4 daily growing in favor with those who desire shoe satis- faction at a popular price. Crossetts custom made shoes all lasts a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1907

I lENCE. • "I must tell you my experience on an East bound 0. R. & N. H. R. train from Pendleton to Le Grande, Ore," writeB Sam A. Garber, a well kniMvn t.aveling man. "1 was in the smoking department with some other traveling rten when one of them went out into the coach and came back ahd 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 </r 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 Remedy (1 never travel without t), ran to the water tank; put a double dose of the medicine in the glass, poured some water into it aad stirred it with a pencil; then 1 had quite a time to get the ladies to let me give it to her, but 1 succeeded. 1 could at or.ee see the effect and 1 worked with her, rubbing her han...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1907

A* #r* . •' \V - H8r ! \ p£«jjf|§- ft •*«••# m—m- ♦-**■♦•• «. . >cf J ant> personal. ; ohn Teague of Dallas spent Jnday Jn Mexia visiting rela- anU friends. TVill Hall and Jim frJohansen sited in Teague Sunday. Mrs. R. J. Jackson has return- from an extended visit to larlin. Mrs. W. W. King has returned ' o her home in Ennis after a vis- t to her parents here. H. M. Munger has returned i'rom a business trip to Dallas. jfejohn Maddox and wife have ifretumed from a visit in Ennis. The new addition to Mr. S. K. ruggs' home is about complete id ready for occupancy. It is i additional room on the south end of the house and adds much to the appearance of the place. Mrs. W. R. Boyd Jr., and baby of Teague visited Miss Mattie 1 Watson Sunday. Misses Minnie Cogdell and May Sessions have gone to Waco to ' enter Baylor University for the coming term. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McCasland of Corsicana visited relatives here Sunday. Senator A. J. Harper has mov- ed his law office from the room in r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1907

I r pps if apr-. * E • 1,1^ ■■ n-. _ Mil III il ll r4 9 8 Premium Offer* >" ' m 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 : : : : : : : : : :• \ $ Ml |th* and * at «*• |br tiriu o This fine 40-piece Dinner set will be given as a premium to any one who sends us 20 paid up ^ ]■ subscription to the HERALD at ! .. ; J $1.00 each, either new or renew als ' GDE2 QDB1S ■ .'-.'Vv ISftv • - VII 1 . . < y ■' a"' AL.'/i'- This set of Sanitocook- ing1 utensils worth $2.50 goes as a premium on 10 yearly paid up subscrip- tions, either new or re- newals. r*unt \ ~ £ +■ I i i I i w This fine scope and 12 ' • 0 assorted pictures for 5 >• 'f i ... { ' - ; * . .. j V yeary paid up subscript •• rl « - ■ -it i- v tions, new or renewals. .M V r4 We have some fine metal clocks'worth everywhere $2.50 one a premium with 10 subscriptions, new or renewals. —^ —-L_L- j 1 1 ■ You can'...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1907

'' "f : ' ■. ■<- ' ' *;:V ' ' r:;* -j - > "■ *r. ■ ■ :. 1 * <• >"• ■ ■, '"t \ >vf- , *?.>" &<*& ■,!3 , ■ ,r-a Haye Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Prevalencr of Kidney wht-axo. " Moat people do not realize the alarm- ing increase and remarkable prevalency of kidney disease. Whilekidneydis- iordera are the most common diseases that pre- vail, they are almost the last recognized by patient and phy- sicians, who con- tent themselves ■with doctoring the effects, while the oriy- ■imil disease 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^tlie back, kidneys, liver, bladder aud every part of the urinary passage. It corrects friability 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 durin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1907

pen Wide Your Eyes For Here Is Worth eady For Fall gffiil i A GREAT MATCHLESS OUT POURING OF VALUES Our buyer went east a month 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 Gur reputation. The results of their efforts are now arriv- ing daily,-being opened up, marked as low as is consistent with high quality PLUCK NOT LUCK BUILT THIS BUSINESS N? 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: Day By Day We Are Offering Superla- tive Values SEE OUR NEW LINE OF FALL DRESS GOODS Panamas, Poplins, Mo- hairs and Serges in all the leading colors 50c, 65c, 85c and, per yard . . . $1,00 FALL SUITINGS Medium and dark in reproductions of wool materials. I0c< I5C< and 20c per yar...

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

, ; ■■ •: wwm*1 All Home Print---8 Passes ** ' ?■" 7S ri? ' Set J Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. —*■ ) State Herald. cV o: t VOL. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 1907. NO 38 mm# a Wagner's Mill= nery==You will like our showing; s i •* " rM - V >3 // If MIL l,,t*ii'W//Z^r ' 'v <%?<{ W"^ 4- -av tor ^ ■ v ~ Comprehensive Showing of Fine Millinery %\ Hi Cotton Demonstration Report. Mr. M. C. Fuller who conduct- % ed a cotton demonns.tration farm this year, under the direction of the Agricultural Department of the IT. S. Government, has re- ported the result of his experi- ence and work, and has furnished this office with a copy from which we gather the following infor- mation: A block of 30 acres was used in this work. Ten acres unfer- tilized, ten acres with 400 pounds cotton seed to acre and ten acres with 250 pounds commercial fer- j tilizer to acre. Block No. 1, made 450 pounds, seed cotton per acre; no fertilizer. Block No. 2, m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1907

Si" '• ME: A IV w do-e^ > f this remedy vi'l ir- ▼tirinbv on re a u ordinary ait.uk cl 0)!irrb(E . It on always be depended v.pin even in the more severe k'i:mkc . f < i )ii ip colic and cholera iiim ' ns It 18 e'jua11}' successful f' i ' t i:i,v dlhrrhofiii u. it cholera inPii. • in child-en Hi '' is 1he n eans < ' i. v: tlit . •?:"'! i! ' 1 >' childret <-.• 1'. y<; W I" o redr.'t d witb w./'r a . pnhi ned it is ;v ' «< Ev • v lithj. of h 'utility > •v thfs ) f l.ipi'v in hif ln'ttif 1 Price, 3wC. L.Mt;.;. ' ; Dilute .and Healtl REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY "Made a Well Man THE \* I/1 ' ^ of Me/9 OHBAT REVIVO REMEDY prodnoes fine renult In 30 day*. It acts powerfully andqulckly. cures when others fail. Vounu men cun regain their lost manhood, and old men may recover their youthful vigor by using REVIVO. It quickly nnd quietly re- moves Nervousness. Lost Vitality, Sexual Weaknens suoh.as Lost Power. Failing Memory, Wasting Diseases, and effects of self-abuse or e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1907

Mm ' ea 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. These goods are from 7 to 12 years old and will be sold for, less than their market value. ,^£3 No , P F * 3> iitna JL rownie Price. o f** nn A wonderfully capable '.tad accurate camera built on the Kodak plan. Good enough to satisfy experisrced photographers, yet so 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. Full description in Ki'iik Cal^tog FREE at any photographic J^al rs *>y ma//. EASTMAN KODAK CO., Rochester. N. Y. For Sale at Park's Book Store. EMPLOYS DEAF-MUTES ONLY. Over on the east, aide of New York a prosperous merchant en- paged in the bottling industry makes a specialty of employing deaf mutes in his establishment. These silent hands are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1907

IKE STATE HERALD PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX. Editon * Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ou Year ?10« I Entered at ttie pontofflee at Meilft, T im, j •k Mwond-clat* mail matter. " ~ " "" " "KaUs i issue 2issfles 4 issucx ' Ytar, 1 Page $9.00 $16.00 $30.00 $350.0 Yt " 5.00 9.00 16.(K) 209.00 % " 3.00 5.25 10.00 125.00 LESS THAN ONE QUARTER TAGE. 1 issue 15c per inch. 2 issues 25c per inch^ 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " " Each Issue. Readers 5c per line each issue. President Roosevelt will b^in- vited to visit Houston during the fall carnival. Harriman has been indicated in San Francisco for violating the rate bill. Only three weeks now until the big Dallas fair will open and in- dications are that it will be the greatest fair in the history of Texas. In Russia the belief prevails that war between Uncle Sam and the Mikado is inevitable. The Russians ought to know the symptoms. Secretary of State Elihu Root is now in Texas swinging around the circle and is receiving the honors that hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1907

. ':'r / Jtt' /' u N OTI CE To Scholars and Patrons of the Public Schools Beginning Monday September 30 I will sell the fol- lowing School Books at the reduced prices mentioned until further notice, Webster's Primary Dictionary $ SO former price. .$ 65 Webster's Common School Dictionary 75 former price.. 85 Webster's Academic Dictionary: 1 50 former price.. 1 65 Myers' General History 1 60 former price.. 1 75 I Montgomery's English History 1 20 former price.. 1 35 Halleck's History of English Literature 1 35 former price.. 1 65 Brooks & Hubbard's Rhetoric 1 30 former price.. 1 5<)| Carhart & Christas High School Physics 1 35 former price.. 1 50' Wentworth's New School Algebra 1 20 former price.. 1 35 Wentworth's Plain Solid Geometry 1 30 former price.. 1 50 First Year Latin Book 1 1«) former price.. 1 '25 McMillan's Pocket Classics 25 former price.. 50 Baldwin's Second Reader 40 former price.. 50 America's Stories for America's Children 40 former price.. 50 Texas and the ...

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

if. . Protective Paint Pure White Lead Paint protects property against repairs, replacement and deterioration, it makes buildings look better, wear better—and sell bet- ter. Use only Pure Linseed Oil and Collier or Southern Pure White Lead made by the Old Dutch Process, which is sold in kegs with this Dutch Boy trade mark on the side. This trade mark protects you against fraudu- lent White Lead adulterations and substitutes. SEND FOR BOOK "A Talk on Paint." «!?©• valuable infor- mation on the paint ... . m . .. . subject. Sent free J packed in npon reque«t. hear $ this nuirh. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Ave. <md lut'.i St., St. Loui9, Mo. For Sale By All Dealers Dr. Jas. S. Watson left Sun- day morning- for Chicago to re- enter the Chicago Veterinary College. This is his second year and the full course is three years which he will take. To check a cold quickly, get from your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets called Preventics. Druggists every- wheie are now dispensing Preve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1907

JRHEH . V- . o * ft.-/ > * fil Tkiuiis Hm Kidney Trooble mil Nerer Sispect It Pmilracr of Kidney dIimm. Most people do not realize the alarm- ing increase and remarkable prevalency of kidney disease. While kidneydis- torders are the most common diseases that pre- vail, they are almost tlie last recognized by patient and phy- sicians, vhu con- tent the in nt I a n villi doctoring the effect*, while the orig- inal disease 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 iti curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold watei and scalding pain in passing it, or boil effects following use of liquor, wine < 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 effect of Swa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 October 1907

v7"fe2is * /;" 1 I, Colored Baptists ia Session. |clenly! Memorial services were Mexia, Texas, Oct. 1, 19C7. eld. Asleep in Jesus was sun*. The Friendship Baptist Sunday | Moderator Lister offered a pray- School Convention was called to A set of resolations was order by President Rev. J. C.! offered by Dr. W. H. Sou and Clifton in annual session at 10:45; others. The same was adopted. Revs. Clay, ^Pardee and Gordan spoke regarding the life of Sister Green. A collection was taken to'the amount of $18 to defray expenses. Six brethren were appointed as nail bear ers to ac- company the deceased to. the depot. Rev. J. Stewart Pearce, of the white Baptist church, was introduced by Rev. Dr. Claiborne after singing the Dixon Orphan Children. Rev. Pearce delivered a wholesome and instructive ad- dress. Next followed the New Era Institute by Dr. W. H. Scott. A collection was taken to the amount of $1.58 was taken up for the work. Annual dues $2.00. Meeting closed. Second Day—Evening Session. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 October 1907

E t ► f 'j - i / I i ) -1 ? i / i i r V" i X ... * -ft*- 'tm "*<r iii f'vT. in hi r 5 1 I " "?A "•'" r* . .V' ..• '' 'v All Home Print—8 Pages 81 WVsf XyP^ J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. M iT i-'-ltr -4P— m i i ii * State Herald. i i VOL. 8. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 1907. NO 39 111 BIG CIRCUS AT WACO. Forepaugh and Sells Bros.' to xhibit There on Oct. 17 MlLLINEaY We of course take it for We can fit the "hard to fit." We do want the good dresser to see our clothing. THE FAMOUS SRH LOSS Bros. & Co FINE CLOTHING MILLINERYi C.pmohled sent Clothes OtUiaivreanrf Nrw tart •*MMWhSvv^V<!lN" v • w The people in and around this chis city are to have an opporto- nity of seeing the great Adam 2; Forepaugh and Sells Brothers' ^ J combined shows, which will ex- hibit at Waco. Oct. 17. Since /n last seen in this part of the coun- try this great enterprise has j grown to such an extent that it ^ is much the largest circus in the world; and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 October 1907

V„ v'• V 1 ,v -ir IRE STATE HERALD PUBLISH KO IVEKY THURSDAY. N. P. NOUX, EDITOR * Pmmmktm SUBSCRIPTION RATES: OM T«r ■n tared at the pontofllo® t Maxla, Tim m Moond-cUkk mail matter. hPH The peek-a-boo waist will soon be shakinflr hands with the win- der jacket.—Hallettsville Herald. What's the matter with the jacket embiacing the waist? It comes from Austin that the attorney general is to took into the Standard Oil disclosures. We suggest that he get Gruett to tell him. ^tooerlvsviv^ TU\es i issue 7 isRuts 4 issues 1 Page $9.00 $16.00 $30.00 " 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. Stevens Doable Barrel Shotguns. The supremacy of Stevens Ritles has asserted itself so fre- 209.001 quently and so impressively for 125.00 1 Yeur $350.0 DALLAS FAIR rates via H&TC R R CI fin O" sa'e f°r trains arriving in vliUU Dallas as late as 2:30 P. M. Oct. 20...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 October 1907

wwtm W; I 1 ii I . .11 ,Ah>, .p. w/.. mm t lp .?.. hhJ fffy:-: IK I '-"3 ""•nur- / / f |\ today, when <ie called on bla wife and made an eflift to effect a reconcilia- tion. Mrs. V-lnslow, we are Informed, refused to have anything more to do with him.—Orton (Mich.) Journal. WITH UNCLE BY' t'opyiixni: 1907: by Byron William? Fate. A waiver In WPavliiK a woven sin i n h0(frt, Wus ir. fill to fuslilon Hnnit* very „jl tniH, r:;: t •.!>. 'i -it Hip I if 4*1, wIuti* tin* 'f.'.nsx '•f-Moni fit, The \vi"iver, In waiving, he blundered a Wt. Tin* "ivpr, In weaving a wuven silk Ir-K At I lie heel where the alion always rub-a- cliil) ifoe*. Hail ilrripped—(Ah. gitil tor>!t. we are now :il li e hlteh!) Just one little, wee little bit of a stitch! A n alii named MrtJUile, very Rally ar- rayed. Was breai lng a man to call love—well, a epadtf! f She linppi'ned In see Just the pair of silk hose The weuvei had woven with very cut# toes She bougut what the weaver had woven with care Anil, ...

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

-7? . ' !; " ' u ri IV r • I We jruarantee you that you can get more—might get less—no use to take chances, We have no hot air, blood curdling spiel to give you. If there is any one thing we are iriore particular about than another, it is that our advertisements shall be truthful, in no way misleading, nothing exaggerated. . Bear in mind we have always got what we advertise and at the price named, we will always do all we claim and then some. We're making prices that'll make our friends -we mean our competitors—they are our friends-look mighty blue. We hate to do it on our own account, but stock is too heavy, we must reduce it $25,000 by January I, 1908. It's an ill wind that blows nobody good. See that it blows your way. OUR Dress Goods Department Is a lavish expose of the materials, shadings and coloring effects, decreed by Dame Fashion for Autumn wear. Some specials that should be of interest to discriminating buyers. Beautiful silk waist patterns in Persian and Dresden plaids, r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 October 1907

\> per na- lon H. •if \ ft? i local ant> pergonal. S*« ' Jake Lipschitz, of Dallas, spent Sunday in Mexia visiting his wife who is here visiting her sister, Mrs. S: Levy. if all of us could follow, would do more for human health and happiness than any perscription on earth. Start out with a smile on your face in the morning. Meet vour friends and your enemies with a smile. Face misfortune with a smile and Constable Jack Loader of Cot-1 welcome good fortune with a ton Gin, recently advertised in one of the Teague papers that he had lost his six shooter some where on the streets of Teague and offered a reward for its re- turn. We have heard about the deep sand at Teague but had no idea it was that bad. smile. Smile even though your heart breaks-it will ease the Frac- ture. A smileds the most valua- ble asset in men's possession. —McGeorger Mirror. Come and see our complete line of goods at Plttmans. A new awning is being put up Mrs. D. P. Shaw has returned J jn fr0nt of the oper...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 October 1907

my-" Km# ;f <•%, . •l tr- ■ W- | ry "\. ,'ir'. ■E¥f Hft The Small Buyer of Paint who takes care that the Dutch Boy trade mark, shown below, appears on every keg of white lead he buys, is perfectly pro- tected; as perfectly as if he were a railroad official buying hundreds of tons, and with a corps of chemists at his back to see that no adulterant is palmed off on him. Collier or Southern Pure White Lead and Pure Linseed Oil are abso- lutely necessary to good painting SEND FOR BOOK •• A Talk on Paint," gives variable infor ruation on the paint subject. 8«n free upon request. .4// lead packed in 1*Y7 bears this mark. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Ave. and roth St., St. Louis, Mo. it T<> chock a coldquickly, get from your Iruggisc some little Candy Co'dTablets cilk-u Preventics. Drugvript^ every.j wh e are rj.-.w 'dispensing Preventi sj . r t .oy are nut on 1;. wife- biu dv«ifcl* i« e y certain and prompt. Preventics j contain r.o Quinine, no l<txac:ve, notii-.; nig harsh nor...

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