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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 October 1907

■ V'ty* ■■ ■■ j i.W"'"•!•'• L . V'" if'5''-' 3" p •%fji 1 .■■. | local ar *•+«« MM*. local ano personal. K\!' .. ' *■> ?v vl I Mrs. R. J. Bryant went up to Dallas this morning on a visit to friends. New Gold Watches at Pittman's Mrs. Fred Pottgen and little daughter, of Seattle, Wash., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kauhl, here for a few days. County Attorney Wm. Ken ' nedy was in the city this morn- ing and with Senator Harper went over to Coolidge to hold court. Four good farm horses for sale. See them Saturday at the old Alliance building. — Altus Wilder. ( R. L. Reed was in from Cool-; idge Wednesday afternoon. Paul Norman went up to Dal- las Wednesday afternoon to at- tend the bedside of his brother, John, who went up Wednesday morning to have an operation performed for appendicitis. ' New Diamond Rings at Pitt- man's Masters Perier McKenzie and George Wyckoff went to Dallas ' Wednesday afternoon to see the fair. See Perdue, rear of Parlor Drug store, for all k...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 October 1907

'tf-ti s ^ v<s S'P"' All leadwwked In MOtf Ix Paint Buying Made Safe thi« mark V 1Sp xwfr ^lii'r'"'4 ' >irv-f •' *■ ' ■Mil White Lead and Linseed Oil need no argument, no advertising to maintain them- selves as the best and most economic- al paint yet known to man. ThediKculty lias been for the buyer to be always sure of the purity of the white lead and oil. We have registered the trade mark of the Dutch Boy painter to be the final proof of quality, gen- uineness and purity to paint buyers everywhere. This trade mark appears on every keg of Collier or Southern Pure White Lead made by the Old Dutch Process. SEND FOR BOOK "A Talk on T'nlnt." kivoh valuable Informa- tion on the point hul jt*«'t. Free upon request. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Ave. and 10th St., St. Louis, Mo. For Sale By All Dealers — I Misses Mary Ward, Nan Oates and Katie Cosnahan went to Hub- bard City Friday afternoon to visit friends and attend a circus. If real coffee disturbs your Stomach, your Heart or Kid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 October 1907

p • 1 ' mm \ A Man Has Failed Though Rich, i * i When he is coarse in his man-! ler and brutal in his instincts, j When there is evidence of men-1 tal penury in his conversation, i When he radiates soul poverty. When he is a moral pauper. j When he does not carry a high- er wealth in his character' than in his pocketbook. When he has fed others on hopes instead of on adequate sal- aries or just dues. When he does not in his pros- perity help those who help him in his adversity. When he goes on the principle of getting all he can and giving as little as possible. When he lias not helped to push civilization u little higher. When his soul has shriveled to that of a miser and all his nobler instincts are dead. When he has never wiped a tear from a sad face, never kin- dled a fire on a frozenjhearth. When there is a dollar in his pocket dishonestly gained. When the blood of youth or orphans, or spoiled years of pre- cious lives and lost opportunities of others stick to his millions.— 0....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 October 1907

mm f Mex i a ipOpe ra spouse'' The Clansman's Farewell Tour! Last Chance to See This Wonderful Play Until 1911 WW a T the conclusion **,this Season The Clansman will start on a Eurepean and Australian Tour to last Three Years, fT^WO Companies * consolidated into one for this extraordi- nary Engagement of the most popular Drama in America. t %rm I •r-'-i 1 . - ipB !p| 1 Ipfl By THOMAS DIXON, Jr. Direction of GEORGE H. BPENNAN The most notable Cast and Production yet Presented==Seventy-five People on the Stage ==Troop of Calvery Horse2>==Ne\v Scenic and Electrical Effects. PRICES: Entire lower floor $1.50,all chairs reserved, (iallery $1.00.. Seats on Sale at opera house Saturday November 2nd from 9 a. m. to 12 m., 1:30 p. m. to 5:30 p.| m. SEE "THE CLANSMAN!" Greatest of Historical Drama Returns For Farewell Engagement. If you are a lover of good plays do not fail to go to see "The Clansman" on its return for a farewell engagement at the Mex- ia Opera House Friday Nov. 8. Of all t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 November 1907

Home Print— See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexia, Texas. $mg[ 1'PKs I® I ... ?Tf [E State Hera VlR'nf-,Y«P «***••«- **■;%:. -ry LD. t VOL. 8. MEXIA, TEXA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14 1907. NO 45 Men's, Youths and Children OVERCO ATS For Men, we have the Brown, Oxford and Black Cravenette coats at $25. $20. SI7.50. $13.50. $10 and $8,50 Boys Cravenette Coats, 8 to 14 years, in oxfords only at $8.00 $5 and Special One lot Boys Overcoats color Gray, sizes 5, 6, 7"and 8, at $1.00 I Young Men's Gvercoats in Gray, Black, and fancy mixtures, 14 to 20 year old, sizes at Sllh $8.50, $7.50 and $5 | Children's Overcoats, age 3 to 7, Gray and Blue neatly trimmed ;in large buttons at COLONEL ANDERSON ACTS AS ENGINEER Enters Cab and Pulls Train from Galveston to Hcnitoi. The spectacle of a general passenger agent, with bared and oil-staned hands holding the throttle of a locomotive was one which might have been witness- ed by any and all some days ago when Colonel T. J. And...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 November 1907

':m fum m: ■ % S"V t* 5*7 Local and Personal. centlv having entered the news- paper ranks, but he is showing —- , through the columns of his good I paper that he has hit onto his THFQTATF II FD A I ft Pr°Per cal,in£- A K°°d wvtev 4 II L O I A I L IILK/tLU and a pleasant gentleman, lie will no doubt continue to build up the Tribune until it will rank with the best country weeklies in the state. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. p. HOUX, Editor 4 Propriitm SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year |1.09 Entered at the pont">ffice at Mexla, Tax**, ah ef'iud-olass in«:l matter. SKAxwtVVS'V^ Hales i issue 2 issucH 4 issues i Year 1 Page $9.0J $l;5.oi) $30.00 $359.0 l/t " 5.00 9.00 16.00 209.00 % " 3.00 5.25 1OJJ0 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. TEAGUE COURT HOUSE,.. We went down and looked at the courthouse square the other day. It is a fine location and when we get an imposing buildi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 November 1907

p€$s;;. .r' {M? ■: • •■ ■ i1 :v> ^ /mi UNtiimT you are going to clip em are you?" Dr. Prict, the famous food So every man we met had a sugges- tion to make, and yet they say your expert, has prodllifed a product neighbors are not. interested in what you do.—Washington (la.) Democrat. Copyright: 1907: by Byron Williams. Buncoed. When Marthy lligglns went tew Troy tew visit Mandy Moore. She seen a lot'of tilings, by glng, she never'd seen afore. She shot th' chutes and bumped th' bumps and rid—now, I declare, I think she sed 'twas B13VEN miles— fer gist one live cent fare! Well, anyhow, tli' news cum back and got t' BaltulT's store Where Eplif'am Bates allowed thet HE HED HEARD O' UIMN' MOKE! Cy Wilklns, he wuz told one time thet Judge JoBlah Brown Hed rid at least ELEVEN miles, daown East In Morrlstown! Then William Clark chipped In and sniffed and sed, "That's notl.ln'! Pshaw' I rid at li SIX MOUE THAN THAT out V t—In Omaha!" Hank Bel ) spit and swore, h' gosh, that i i ' sum tim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 November 1907

HIE STAlt HERALD PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor 4 Phopriitm SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year |1.99 Entered attbe podtofflc# t Mexl , Thh, m second-clMi mail matter. 1 issue 2 issues t i*Mies I War 1 Page $16.)) $U >) $35J.0 % 5.00 3.00 9.03 5.25 Hi.;u 209.00 1 i. hi 125.00 LSSS THAN ONE QUAKTKR PAOE. 1 issue 15c per inch. 2 issues 25c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " " Each Issue. Readers 5c per line each issue. Gov. Campbell is to be ban-' queted in San Antonio Saturday night, but it is said there will be no politics in the affair. What- shubet? Snap Shots says: In changing Ambassadors to Germany it seems that we are determined to have men who are "up in the world," since we are to have a Tower succeeded by a Hill. Well, ambassadors do come high. Governor Campbell has issued his proclamation designating the 29th of this month as Thanks- giving day. Although there is at present a stringency in money matters, we as a people, have much to be thankful for, and should tak...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 November 1907

I 1 RffMBHffi mmi ■'*mmw I ' f s-> ,** *^S:-fV';1fP? $&• « ,*J 3f Hickmans Millinery! Millinery!! Ladies This Is Your Opportunity We are overstocked v*n Mil= linery. Weather and finan- cial conditions have been most unfavorable this season and we need the money. For the next *«• Ten Days Begining Saturday Nov. 16th We will sell any HAT in the house, trimmed or untrimmed at One Half Price We also place on sale our complete line of Feathers, Flowers and other Trimmings at One Fourth Off regular price. Positively 110 goods on approval, no goods charged to anyone, 110 goods taken back or exchanged, Don't Forget The Place Hickmans Local and Personal. Every one interested in the cemetery work meet at Metho- dist church tomorrow afternoon at 4 oclock, Thursday. Solid gold bracelets at Pittman. A fine new boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Tom Daugherty, living near town, a few days ago. Dripping Springs, 10- year old whiskey, $1.50 per quart, at Ausley & Beene's. Guy Sims a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 November 1907

V ■ - r't ?"f ifef 0v8fkz i ;• 4 . .:,kK ili^tl a ■' < fe'i tL* - . ;••• ? , ■i Tone Up With Good Paint It is good business to keep prop. erty "toned up." A coat of PureWhite Lead Paint not only makes things look better and gives them a higher selling value, but it makes things wear better am! givi s them a higher value for long wear CoHier or Southern Pure White Lead gives an opaque, du.able coat tint protects and preserves from the lav- ages of time and weather. Prospective buyers of Pure White Lead have heretofore ^been subject to much attempted fraud in adulteration and sub- stitution. You are now pro- tected by the Dutch Boy trade mark which is found on the side of kegs containing only Pure White Lead, made by the Old Dutch Process. Look for the boy. SEND FOR BOOK "A Talk on Point." gives valuubln inf< in- itiation on thn i>am' subject. Scut free upon request. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY 1 Clark Ave. and loth St., St. Louis, Mo. J For Sale By All Dealers _ - UL- HOW TO CURE ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 November 1907

mm I I ■ I I ' 1 « jf. ~, f-. iltf I mds Hate Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Pmiltnrr of Ktdner Disease. Moat people do not realize the alarm- ing increase and remarkable prevalency < . . m of kidney disease. While kidney dis- orders are the most common diseases that pre- vail, they are almost the last recognized by patient atid phy- sicians, who con- tent thenmelr-s with doctoring the electa, 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 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 effect of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 November 1907

The Big Three Story I?; 80-T0N ENGINES IN SMASH-DP. Filled to overflowing. The big building 78 by 120 ieet, three stories high, that was erected four yerrs ago as the home of the Tyler Commercial College of Tylor, Texas, will no longer ac- commodate the great crowds of students that a -e flocking to it from over nali the states in the Union. Additional room is being prepared. The Management of this school have proven them- selves thoroughly competent to cope with any conditions that may arise, by building in the short space of a little over seven years, the ! largest commercial school of day students in America and the public may rest-assured that this large and rapidly in- creasing crowd of students will be well provided for. They have by far the largest and strongest corps of teachers ever placed in a business college. Their systems are the most modern and pro- gressive. Recently one of the latest and most modern $325 Bur- ronghs Adding Machines was added to the Banking Depart- me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 November 1907

m' ■■ . V* W-'-i >" f' V* SV All Home Print—8 Pages See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, leActs. The State Herald. mm * VOL. 8. MEXIA, TEXA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 1907. NO 46 I ■ i . •; J k •v.l ( mdxia Night Only OPPOSITE T. & B, V, DEPOT ^JLSVKAIIf ^30.000.0° TENTED P^°DU<22§N \imum Wild Western Historical Life In Reality. The Plot of this Sensationol and Instructive Produc- tion is based upon the life of the most interesting Charac- ter American History has Furnished. Spacious Rain Proof Pavillion, Especially Construct- ed for the housing of this Gigantic Novel Entertainment. T.m.M v R NT IH.Nl ii i- f-y- u ' j i r. K I 9 At Night Only, Rain or Shine, No Dissappointment. Price of Admission Reduced for This Date Only. Delayed. Pursuant to a call of Pres, Neill to take action as? to holding cotton for fifteen cents Farmers Union No. 3516 and other cotton growers met at Varela on Nov. 9th, 1907. Upon motion and second a committee of three was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 November 1907

W' ! "• i- ■ " _; V ..... . r ■ * ... ...... ... ■..f.J^:3pf^ k> - ••■ •' • l \ * .. • L ; l • ; ; 1 j ; •' ' • * >-'. ': * .• ^\ ffIB •— [HE STATE HERALD In Memorial. Father this cross is hard to bear, PUBLISHED N. P. HOUX, EVERY THURSDAY. Editor 4 Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION HATES: One Year |l.M EDteml at the postoffioe at Mexia, •8 woond-clat-s mail n atter. Tex at. ^AvctUSVTCQ "KaUs 1 Page $3.00 5.00 3.00 9.00 5.25 4 iHSUt'K $30.00 16.00 10.00 i Year $350.0 209.00 125.00 faith, Acrown now shines on his temqle fair, And though his yeais were few on earth, There's many a star in that crown. Clinton Wood Nelson was born Nov. 25, 1884. Died Oct. 22, 1907. Clinton Wood was born and reared at Tehuacana where he has many friends to sympathize with the family, in their sad be- reavement and who like the writer, when they heard of his death, had to stop, and ask the question why? Why is it that death so often lays his icy hands upon such noble young men and claims them for its victim? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 November 1907

i ' ; ' ?<&• '• &?' A * ( 1 >> C'jjjytlglit: 1907: by Byron Willlanu A Flapjack Race. i mm E?Cl| A CUfk Myst«py. All Hartford City ..is, aroused, and. is out iu tu.ll force to ^"laLnd" the , w^l^in'bfgck, who * has lud'deatjr'' made her appearance there. The mys- terious character has been seen by t" i ■ & several reliable persons and those IXfi Is KV going home at a late hour always take the? middle of (fi'd tytrtfet. , About * a year aud a haif ago. a character re- sembling those which have been seen In the surrounding towus, made its appearance in Montpeller.'— Mont- pelier (Ind.) Herald. 7sbJ?3 homto^'' Aw irdetl to .7 Sour Stomach "1 used Cft8' nretn nrnl f"« l like a new man. I hav# bsen a itifl'<jrer from dyspepsia and sour stomach i for th© lu.4fc two yoar*. I have been taking tuedi* cine und nthar druijfi, hut could flud no relief onlz for a «hort tium. 1 will r««< ornmond Casciu-ntH to JHIICIOUS W4'r! mjnz r 'Vf,1 j\ ?,.!w * 'I .1 . i Uss' tf ERL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 November 1907

—JHHH ________ ____________ lit STAJt iciain ii!2£-...H!^K ,1 - PVM.MNIB tvaav TM M. P. HOOK. IWTM * P* WMMI MV. ma •UMOKiraON RATI M: ■atarW at th* poatoAo* tl M—la, IWh, m Nont-cUii mall ■> . "Katos i iSMie 2 isMH-s 4 « «•« I Year 1 Pape $30.00 $350.0 'A * " 5.00 9.00 16.00 209.00 " 3.00 5.25 10.00 125.00 LESS THAN ONE QIUKTER PAGE. 1 issue 15c per iiuth. 2 issues 25c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " " Each Issue. Headers 5c per line each issue. Oklahoma is now a state and the passenger fare is two cents per mile instead of three as when it was a territory. The rains of the past week have almost tied up traffic on several railroads. Wrecks and washouts are of almost daily occurrence and traveling is both slow and dangerous. Abe White, the Texas man who has created a flurry in Wall street more than once, is now on his way to New York to bid on the new issue of government bonds, amounting to $50,000,000. Well, the 30th legislature de- serves credit for doing one thing that no o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 November 1907

WM JPplP J- i-p. Local and Personal. v fi 'r \r ■ ■n- ni Hiniinijj .-<* .' ' ■~t>; v ■ ■ ' • ' Pr t #' • f'' V •'/ ■'■{' ' ^ •' ' ■ • "'■ ' ■ ";'•' ^ ' 7;; ' ' '"y>" V■' ' , ■ ■IIW■ L.ll . . m mrnmmm W # "•■ • r.:v- ' § 5 The military boys were out drilling in the armory last last night and considerable amose- menl was created by a competi- tive drill in the manual of arms. The boys are going to continue i drilling through the winter months and be in shape for the next encampment next summer. Solid gold bracelets at Pittman. Miss Lila Vickers of Tehuaca- na is visiting friends in our city for a few days. Hazzel Brook whiskey, $4 per gallon. For sale by Ausley & Beene. V. Wolverton and daughter. Mrs. J. A. Gantz, have returned from Mart, where they went to attend the funeral of Chas. Wol- verton's child. Silver carving sets at Pitt- man's. Rev. S. J. Rucker and family left this morning for Abilene, their new home. Sterling silver butter knives, ladles and novelties a gre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 November 1907

ffvC- J1.i.1..I i .$3!$ jpgjp ! ' Kfi" ■ HK! ' . m 11 f i y. im Poor Paint is Expensive If one is rich Aiough to repaint lii- buildings every year for flie pleasure of having a change of color scheme, the quality of the paint used may cut little figure. But if it is desirable to cut the painting bills down to the lea<t amount possible per year, it is of the utmost importance that the paii.t In- made of Collier or Southern Pure White Lead and the best of Linseed Oil. There are imitations in the form of alleged While Lead, and there are substitutes in tlu> form of ready-prepared paints. We guarantee this White Lead to be absolutely pure, and the Dutch H > on the side of every keg is your safe- guard. Look for him. SEND FOH BOOK "A Talk on Paint." valuxf ." niation on tho p tint HtilijtM-t. Sent f r-M upon rotjuest NATIONAL LEAD COMPAN7 Clark Ave. and loth St.. St. Louts, Ma. A HARD DEBT TO f AY. j "'I owe a debt of gratitude that Can j never be uaid off," writes G. S. Clark I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 November 1907

m <• Jk- Ito- 'i 111!,, lire Hill jika Leo 111 iu liri- .irj. j rid liill I or- ire- no J the licr- lichi lion, tho WHS his d i s nm- Lo:i lOHt ica of. rii.> ■011- of nar- led "" $58 tTboosands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it. • Frevalmcr f Kidney llliwiir, Most people do not realize the alarm- ,'ing increase and remarkable prevalency of kidney disease. Wliilc kidney dis- orders are the nioft common diseases that pre- vail, they are almost the last recognized by patient and phy- sicians, who con- tent themael'c s with di>rt ri:i(j the rffrrtx, 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 greut kidney remedy, fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bluddei and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or had cffects following use of liquor, wine ot beer, and overc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 November 1907

b If I E s 5 IRK . \ ■> ' :■■:■ •ir'' - /• ! Checks on either of The MEXIA BANKS «re Good Here Absolute Cost Sale Checks on either of the MEXIA BANK$ are good here. iwiiia * X k w~ Right now with the fall season full upon us we find ourselves with too many goods. We must get rid of them, they must be sold, This season has been Na backward one, and together with the ''Financial Panic"- tr<tde has not been what we expected and we find we have entirely too large a stock of goods ,on hand now, they must be sold and we are goingto sell them. You need the goods, or at least you can find use for them at the prices we are making on them during this Sale. - THIS GREAT COST SALE WILL BEGIN Saturday "Ko\>. and £>as\ ^ov \S Da^s . Sa\\xvda^ December I am not going to quit business, nor sell goods for less than I bought them for, but b bought my goods early and got them for a great deal less than they can be bought today, aiid I am go- ing to give my customers the benefit of my early...

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