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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 January 1902

,7K"" Iff j/) V |i;® fosBfli *a : %v : ,. ,' • ■ ■ . dttuth for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas State Herald MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, IQ02, NO. 4 Ihe |. ■ t.!i and . s. F. lis 11 [inlay. Ill tliS ' hanis Ito use (rf.v. Ro( kw Ife.- s (it.li tididaie pg our Ibegun Lmb.-r hvarm Iibout Kan I (funis lei! ' the | boni- lounty could pzen "such to exhaust our fro eems o be with 15 o. Id, as lie has a |ek, and is con- mix populism like oil and rfc I ( > iLtr 1 Forrest Glade. As I *«e no ne^vs fk>m this place lin your paper, and thinking a few litem* might he appreciated by the- many Herald readers. We have had exceptional weath- er this fall and winter, the cotton is all gatnered and the people are busy mntjirg preparation for the new crop. With tlie xce ition of cold the |al health of th f-om nun 'v i* good. the Sunday school Work, and hope this influence will be im- bibed by the young as well as by the old. Raggle. Datura Dots. Farming is tlio order of the da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 January 1902

*: tPw-" M ami when 1 not J th* poor b«b> oonld hardly breath*. j\jtavethe ihedittina a* directed every t®u uamuto. until he'threw up" tad ♦hen I thought. sure ue was .going to phoi-6 to dentil. VV had to pa ] the plregtu out of his tutuib in groat loiu Hti'in^H. 1 hui positive t at, if 1 b> v r >f ppt '\o^frh cine. my bov wo il<1 not be on earth to da\ —.loel De.mont, luwood, Iowa. F< i ^ule by Sli xin Drug Co. m ('Ittpwni-H C ' ox Sundiyod in Gro"Sh ><*k i A tu i oi I umbago W G VVilliaiu«on, i>i Auiberst Va., 8ai ■ '• ''f'T ui'iv thai a year I snlt'ered from lumb 'no. imd Diarrhoea* and kftdyf i have never known it to For eaiebj. Mexia Orutf.Co. w ''WW. M A brums has returned fv"!<o (a -'fit 1,0 E>a3'ta: i'tiouiti Unit) ago uiy ditnghtbroaught a severe jx4il. Mhw complained of paint* lo her uhost iiiid ha i a b*d cougn. 1 h"V 1 vl'ii C >y« ^ «.-••• ftooordiitg to direction* and in iwo d«y she w m .veil and able to act u WHobl I liavi ns d *!ii<...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 January 1902

\ wo have ^felony for a 7<>sites when it is "a failing condition. Rdent is still fresh in the jmory of niVti that ^ave rise to B"jtbis law. Also to hint we aiv "has j chiefly indebted f ir that law de- jnce in ' priviii'^ c 'rporaiions of the power ffTpromises to to run men down with deposition* 7^0 r a first class Here's to you, Bud. an. in the taking of exparte evidence: to say nothing of other valuable seivices rendered that we could Exchange very truthfully ,lie„t|(jn,—Franklin Central Tex- r The joung men who are too ,o go to school and too I'azv to and the dudes who part New-papers will in a few years fir hair in the mid,lie and lay ndnpt the cash sxKtom Tl.i> will _l be hard on a certam class who onlv found on the street corners bun- pay f(„. a p!ip(>1. „ cu j,ltwoor 'ty. iVionday, and every other day three years ami then wan' a di.— 'i the week smoking cigarettes count for some papers t'loy never while their mothers work the gar- f?of< ('tc ■—.Jacksonville Ref...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 January 1902

are not always 10 he—o is the by with that quad- nt a tender iij;1 :ni-;i! stnpplin. attains ennes- et if^siiy our .reln- yirlwVtw mutunll' ius. Let me ary roni^r I; ■arm ra preI i mi i >r sirx e eonvineed Soli! by Mexia Drug Co^ [ox is a r-io: a second t'1 ! in unremunerate -'issed- have stiiilied his anat- kl habits whilp under t'h [He is not noted for gra.3> Jiorfoii* quickness of Ten you leasl linn I coliunn i lecasioti ami hi- li> joint enable hind leg with nicd for many vpmrs 3 fit a I photograph* "f two iomestic species. Though |ernted in years mil di — Ihey i-eemed twins in size, land ornamer t. d with red a white background, a boy too small to load Td unload the wagon, I was pin 'hauling wood with a nair oi cen. I rode the lead ox and his pdy bw'je, my lo^s short, kd there bsing no mane to an- aor to, my only purchase in Ise of distress was the shor De round his horns. I had to down a long rocky hill just Ifore reaching home, and when tlfat ox concluded to have a I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 January 1902

Mexican Mustanr I ins qaicby roliovta and 'euros riles, also provi i njiiston & the hest Se AND ENCYCLOPEDIA STATISTICAL VOLUME OF AND REACHE EVERY CITY OF I Facts and Figures Containing Over 600 Pages ^ree Chair Card Special Features. abrouobjSleepers '/r4T (> >•«« nillionairef of the United States; Part! zulara About Three Thousand American Magnates. Organized Labor; Strength of thr Labor Unions. The Trusts. United States Census. New Census ofEuropeanCountries. Tha Nicaragua Canal and the hay-Pounce tote Treaties With Grent brifain. The Re latinos of Cuba With Ilia United Slatos. The Conference of Ameri an Republics at th City of Mexico. Th \narchist Statistic f This Country and Europe. Progress of Veriai Navigation in loot. The New Voil Municipal election of 1901. Agriculture I lamilactures. ilortality. Send 10c in sramps for a copy of the Souther outaining 200 re ipes. r B MOR-E, Pass. Traf. M'l T .) AXDER-ON. As:st PeSS Agt rSf^V r J ••vAaf./4r G 6 <§ 9 • FACTS ABO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 January 1902

the fol- ct to the arie«: irro) latform and Is and Mc- ! A Del:i;;ntiiii Bevcro^e, .Safe Stimulant a G"od medi cine ction) For sale by W H TEAGUEJ • •• ■ 1 XJUJ-L. X.-JI J.CV .-.--L-,- ■ , 1' 1 ' « - ' V"? i v ; . • • ' • — " ■ '. '■ri-AWftk,-: ; , _V _/ Tt ' .._. . ... . >***:■■ JOK Nussbaum, President. ) J. M. Leva, > aahiei. A. T WAT«ON,Vioe t .« Jo . B. I-ono, Assn >s.l le-election J l( re-flection) (election) id Is ON Ice, Precinct 4. Je let 4— Tancock IfiERS 1 un from a spell d wife ai'/i visit- eju: tnxA. 1 You Have Always P«c0f 'V?. [hamhlin ami wife have |,n Palestine, larron who used to run [lint here recently died in [a. McLendon has bought 'R. Dean place and moved fdav. Mat tie. Watson has re- from a visit of several Cnrsicana. L Addie. Go=set% f f (loris- in the c;t" visiting her II. Kaufman. Edna Evan®, of Fairfield. 'the city visiting the family . D. Pitt,man. Jo^d Cobh, of Groes^eck, is survevi"ff 'he old Mexia late for the divide n >. IHuve yonr Harness,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 January 1902

■v . • 'v >• '• "• ' f . .,-wi .. v. * - WIRED OYSTERS. ■5" COLLAR BUTTON AND DIVORCE. feteooklyn Mum. Searching Wife's Ifiireuu, f lmlH I,ove L('ft«rn. John Until, '11 wealthy Brooklyn Heerc?)'.; r.t, who, with his wife, Anna, ^ . prominent in social organi- sations in llrooklyn, recently brought action in tile supreme court through His .. •a.:ei) Moses H. Grossman, of House, Grpaaman & Vorhaus, for an Absolute divorce. Mrs. Dutzi, after Ijrin- a.-rved with the summons, sailed ,|or Em-ope, and lias interposed no de- ikii. itnd A*rs. Dutzl were married in til!)?. Thoy lived in Brooklyn. Every- Uns; moved peacefully In the Dutzl DtiEehold unMI a month or so a;;o. Mr. .t>utz:, it is asserted, In search inn his Kite's bureau for a mis; ins collar hut- on, found a bundle of delicately per- letters, tied with blue ijbbon. {they were addressed to Mrs. Dutzi, and w. ro written in German. Ilnsus- jgcctlii y the husband opened thein *=•!. it 1:5 charged, found that they all IteKnn'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 January 1902

•MMM^HHI liKl an lu- lu • < i ■ I el In c lUnl.N f.-l"1 kit it |)S n | >11801- ii 11A |uih' • - •tin' lit aliii lil In II.S •nopTuodaid pnoB orfj jo nsrtiodojd pitnoi ] -paoiVtR Borpoqiuo raioj pmbi( otjj nrein j £q jo fr|st88ru(i -sjnea gj, sj eqni SafAtua- otj Sniptipn; oouj •mitiq nma.io ptnbti s.jCkj bb n.YioaJi ea qojqA 'uuoj pmbr; th m«9i3 Bivdoid sioiojadoail eqi 't9;ij ivi/mvyjo joj soSussoil pisua aqj oiu; ttpmbi[ Sati[JdTi m tw9Z!mo)« }0 asn 8ip o) pi(iud ea« otji\ osot[i ejtipoattnooo« ox fuomouanouuv •jnaaqtiBj} otji otiuiinoo 0} cans ojti noX pn« tsoj, -biood OX 'jinra Xq azis pju.T, iozts '003 etfl Uos B)si83r -ins or lUq; BOBtyjrp ji t[OTTj& joao oooj LlUO[D 'B[U1B0a rm i[3no.iqj p3a.I3D0I si II 'Oiiwnow jCjqB -93131: 3i qaiijA 'ui[ust uwo.13 B/r,[ /q qaaui -J03JJ oj spjuijC jCjuoinb 1{JJU |X!3 XVSWJI PEBBLE I v. :K if. u - til 1 IS Ii u IS III lien tin .(in. wrony |l,<t'tllM' . I ' lY ' N S e: • • ninv hi 11m- • 1 'ii I I I • I u I'm ■S 1 i- I 1 H • i'. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1902

-TjW. >'"1 <*7> hii — JHRBBRISB^' ' ^ 'ire. Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texa s <#t frlSal *>w.' ..' '+&&&* Bffli El State Hepald. VOL. 3. MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1002, NO. <rnm & ger< of the meeting, and w 11 d have better satii.fi,)d those who denired to hear him, hud he been introduced. Ho would have made no speech, as he expects to appear there bo me time in the COL. TKAOif BECOMES OF- FENDED. Col. Nat Trauy of Milam county, and a Candidate for oon- gi. .is from his uistrict, was here Vv cuuesbay i.iyht aiuj iiuurd Air. 1'jioee's foeeeii. The . e t mo n-,. ,. , .. in* ua Ko. out on the -tree,« and "Har fULUm tor that' PurT°<0- '1'' t< <1 the people" he had not t>r. n Wll! °Pt:n llIS cam aisrn in Free- tr ai.ed with | ropir cuit'sy at! -tone county at Kairfi *'d on Mon- ti.« -pe ki, g llio i.igat he or . day niulU Feb., 17 h and will Co . ii'ae.y in company *iih M j. nitt|je 80veral speeches in the iv. r. ti-ux ol A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1902

■ #1 Jf ip sKi ■MBN I'l* !- ' ■ W a5> W I" M' $■ £ [• " ■• -- ■ •'v..'." • . ■■• " ' 'V It T ps the Best nLLaredo and Now Laredo con- ceived the idea of fiuin'cly cotcs- oratlng Wu hing;ton's B^thday ! 23) >>y suitab!o "M«K Am ^WWaSW— I eto-American flerfjis and pa- . , • , . J ua-ie's, and from a ?mall gourde EVERY CITY' OF IMPORTANT I this has (trowu to a mnsranilu'ont ' / 'I.•,■•■■■■ \nnunl Etfept, unsurpassed in bf> \ -n't" did surrounding'- mid inlor- ){-$ DAI I „AV ■iw\na pact milar*< by uaiythiji.;' of fcee Ghat u (Ears n; . i. «#is - x> r C.OT Paira teactaes tnws 5HHS, out© of V^hlC: Mexican Mestaeg LSni!: ;i si milar nature. s iwV wwiMvvwvejmi , , Intcrnat'oufO in Hs ch*ii'a^<'r, **"" ' " ' oc; • i>n f,he. horde- linfa I'tfl1 weer thRiwo 0r«>ac ReppHcs, occ r- itu> t a KPa^fin f the venr when hi i -.in ss c 'fi'f i re - s iifi'rly it ri • J liit a lime when w alh>r inn-' ! ditinns in '!m* l< : ii'ifv are ideal, [this event off. - unsurpas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1902

'C • ' ■; !. . '• ,4V * ■ x vatBKM m i Creap Bahn etMDtea, ioothes and hcali tke diseased mambrnne. It earea catarrh and drive* •way a cold in the bead Vilokly. Cream Balm lg placed Into the noitrlla, spreada era the membrane and la abaorbed. Relief la im- mediate and a cure f ollowa. It la not .drying—doea not produce aneezlng. Large Slzo, 60 cents at Drug- glata or by mail; Trial Slue, 10 cents by mail. KLY BROT1IEHS, SO Warren Street, New York. TRACY'« DEFENSE Ob1 SUHLEY A representative of th Report- er in conversation with Hon. N H. Tracy, Bsked an exp'-eH-ion of his views on the Schley inveMiga tion and (he suhspquent partisan methods fti-pl yed by ihe Navy Department. C<>1 Tracy's express- ion:-, while quite lengt' y, are deeriried by us a-i trood and tak pleasure in publishing them. He said: "It, is m iilinr right, jus "i- gen- erous to iloi y credit to an opposi- tion political party tor those , things arc.oinpii-hed for whioh '' IT. >nem • is (hi" H it a pi li tic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1902

r/..'1. s mmmtm jCTMMME -'W& every Friday bjr Printing Co. N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. ripttaa. per year <1-00 at the postofflce at Mexia, , as second class mail matter Wlufti Drako was fired from i'ash he got hi* Dowe. *a&«- trial of Albert T Patrick ■iiartit' alleged murder of million Itrce about eighteen months is now in progress in New pv_.-rfk. b it it is estimated that a L*aj. mi til will be required to try ai vv celebrated case. Y«k- Houston Post tells of an in couple who were married na<e i field, and savs the corn , >&<>. keil Next time the corn U I cotton in its ears, for the as most too much for fod- -i Colorado Telegraph. there is 110 use putting on i,ce latest from the Bulgarian • is to the effect that Miss soon to be. released as the bearing the ransom muiey on the way But suppose •a.ids should rob the ran- ■crs and demand another ? Of course we would send tore money instead of - In. !2$o h was one of the earliest 1ft X <:>- *"&a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1902

m —_ — m , • i to say. regr.rdlns i'a «Remedy. it :i« W>V'« i«.f« i.n«l I.frtcl thiif' 0 "it enough. I bpn«^t u Sl, "'ii ,*[im A. B. 6 u. i'-' lI Gkj- H Hind when f got home with i poor haby -could hird!,\ breathe. vc. h - medicine as directed every jrtute, until he''threw"up" and i. I though*. sure he was going to to death. W«~ hod to pu 1 the arm . out, of his in uth in great strings. I Min positive t- at if 1 Hot got tl)at bottle of ough medj- liiv bov would not, b? oil earth to .—Joel. Demoflt,, Inwood, Iowa, if!# Sale by Mexia Di ng Co. in 'Mr-'. N. L. .Wail-r is vision" i'JBb Co-sienna. A Cure For Lumbago W. C Williamson, of Amherst, Va., : •' For more thatj a year I suffered flam lumbago. I finally tried Chiim- JSertaiti's Pain Bairn and it gave me •Stitire relief, which all othffr remedies fiiile • to do." Sold by Alexia i :>3to< cO hi Chits Mu^srrove has returned t.VQm a trip to St. Louis Piles Ton ought to tbauk Cod you do not nfti i from piles. Tnwanl or external...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1902

INOUNCEMRNTS. Rate*-—In Advance. JWSfP>:$10.00 Bounty $5.00 ' Precinct^ $3.00 M'e a e authorized to make the following announcement subject to tha fti'on of the democratic primaries: For Congress— HENRY E. ELLIS R. E. PRrNCE, (of Navarro) SuBjeet to the Kansas City Platform urd ''he Democratic pr'maries. For Floater. Limestone, Falls and Mc- Lennan Countie*— A. M. KENNEDY For Representative— W. J. BRYANT For County Judge— .WALTER A. KEELING u AS. i^lMBELL For District Clerk— W. T,. CART.EY (reelection) T. L. COPLTN T. L. PRTPHARD w. JOHNSON For Count- Clerk— w. r. wot .VFRTON AT TJ1 >TTT T S POHFUT E. MAY For Tax Co'k etor— C. R. nnOKERLY (reelection) For TreT-lV^r— AT1RIAN O. OT">OM-(re-election) For Tax Asoe^^r— w p Tr'ATTrjTTT (re elecetion) For County Attorney— V. rt. HAYES For a. w. Moonv ftTT*.\TpV TTX-rT"- T13*^) .TOT? (-JPTraTJAAT X s. MTTPPAV HAT.T, PIPHARriSON cp^o wit For .TuoHnfi nf tTJn "'onop. Precinct 4. J. w KTNHHELOE TT at r?o ■"'■^Tp-ra For Constable. Prec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1902

5H™ ;■>"Vv ®8l HBHEfflHBHBI •?t .'' «-; jtySfcgl? ,. 4 I Weaken® Your Kidneys. UnbealtUy Kidneys Hake impure.Blood. j All the blood in your body passes through ' your kidneys once every three minutes, u^_; i The kidneys aro your purifiers, they fil- ter out the waste or Impurities in the blood. If they are side or out. of order, they fail to do thoir work, Paine, aches and rheu- matism 'oonje from c<- vcass of urlc^acid in the blood; due to neglected kidney trouble. Kidney tioublc causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feci aa though, they had Heart trouble, beoajjLC u.c h<tirt-'is' ever-working in ' purnpuig thick, kian y- poisoned blood through vein-; and cileries. It used to be considered that only urinary 'troubles v/crs to Jie traced t:,kiUiir.ys, but now modern science prov;:r, ti:nt i all constitutional disease have their L. , ;iVi- tilng irt kidney trouble. If you are sick you can make .10 mlgtaks by first doctoring your kidneys. The triild and the extr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 31 January 1902

Kf&: mi n i i i • ■ Wit Rok SHI BY MHS. MOSES P. HANDY. (Oopyrlght, lWl. by Dally Btory Pub. Co.) ' ' "Indeed, Bertie, I jut>i tuiuu 1 u uu> -of the luckiest girls In the world.' and Ethel Trent leaned bacn 011 uie lounge and folded her pretty ovnt- complacently, so that her dta-aond "zi.i sapphire ring ahovs\,i to ilie lie.-, .ni- yantage. "Mr. Wilson simply adores me, and I shall have everything that money can buy. Think of spending a whole year abroad. I have always longed to travel and to be able to buy no end ot beautiful things for cu. new house on the boulevard. And tile. Mr.- Wilson is a man any girl be proud of. He doesn't look a u.t.v over 40, and is really distinguished looking. I tell you I'm in luck. "But what will Rob say?' asked her sisier, far less impressed by the glow- ing picture than Ethel had expected her to bo. The girl shrugged her shoulders im- pa.iently. "Congratulate _.i.-, I suppose. He has no right to say anytning else, and it would make no diff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1902

See J. Sandford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texa The State Herald. VOL. 3. MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1902, NO. & J Comm unicated. h I Yarbroville. Winter has indeed put in its appearance and seems to send a chilling blast, which drives all pedestrians closer to th9 fire. There hag been some little sick- ness in our midst the past week among whom were: Master Altos Prince. Mrs. J. D. McElroy, and daughter, Miss Lela; also the family of A. C. Williamson. All are much improved at this writ- ing. From the demand of oats, Mil- let and sorghum seed, our farm- ers intend to raise their own feed in abundance this year. Wo think that the importance of the diver- sification of crops has been fully demonstrated to all. Miss Lula Frazier lias been visiting her brother, W. C. Ft a/ ier, of Kerens, for several days. Messrs S. E. and Presly Frazier went to Prairie Grove Saturday. W. I). Frazier had business in Mexia Friday. Messrs Chandler and Frazier had busines...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1902

IswF;" P|j§'} y lomitbiii that Will l>o You Q-.otf. We know of no way In which we can be of uiore service to oar reude-.s than to tal) the.11 of something that will 1 e of real good to them. For this reason we want to acquHint them with what we consider one of 1 he very best remedies on the market for o<>ughs, colds, and that alarming complaint, croup. We refer to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. We have used it with such good results in our f«mily so long that it bus become a househo d necessity • By its prompt use w haven't any doubt but that, it has time and again prevented croup. The testimony is given upon our own ex- perience, and we suggest that our read- ers, especially those who have fmi'll children, always keep it in their home* as a safeguard against croup.—Cam en (S O.) Messenger. For sale by Jesse McLendon. Drugs and School Books m Moore's dilutes are a guaranteed cure for a-1 forms of Malaria, Ague, Chills and Fever. Swamp Fever, Malarial Fever, Bilious Fever, Jaun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1902

■T9* llrfcw/'if "XT HnHi "TP*r*ffl 7 m b ^he Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decep- """l tiVe. Many sudden ' deaths a"5 caused by I It — heurt disease, '• pneumonia, heart ! faiiu'i or apoplexy j~ are often the result of kidney disease. If k.aney trouble is al- . owed to advance the ~ kidney - poisoned ~ bloo^fcyill attack the + vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cer Bladder tro>' most always result from a derangem* of the kidneys and a cure is •obtained '.uickest by a proper treatment of 'the kidneys. If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scald- ing pain in passing it, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity 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 Swamp-Roo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 February 1902

WW® ;; ' -*«rU .*' ■ • mm >Tim mm Published evory Friday by The Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. Subscription, per year, $1.00 Entered at tlie postofflce at Mexia,' Tex., as aec.ontf class mall matter Chillicotche, Oh'®; fytjj women street car conductors > Areeoism W w>-: - G'VL . ...iigum re-establish his pull. U'Vti Pneumonia and grip appear to be in epidemic from all over the state. Prince Henry has gone to Kiel and will not probably return to Berlin before returning to the United States. it is reported that there will be from 1 .">00 to 2000 Odd Fellows in attendance at the Grand Lodge— Odd Fellows in San Antonio this week. Thete are a good many broad day light robberies in Houston these days. The policemen arc trying in all their power to rid of this class of people. TEETH AND MORE TEETH. He has teeth, he has teeth, he has teeth. So has a wolf, a wolf, a wolf.,—Mexia News. So also has a rake, a rake, a rake.—Houston Post. Also a snake, a snake...

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