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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 September 1902

• • / |T| '$£'''* l''"' ";.;''V - .-JT ' . . 3 See J. Sandforu Smith for Fire. Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas The State Herald. VOL, 3 MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 5, igoz. NO 35 The Editor Says Good-Bye. Wo princ the following from the Waco Times-Herald anent Editor Ponder leaving our neigh- boring town, Dawsou. because it expresses our sentiments in toto. There never was and never will be a paper that could nor can live, juat by people complimenting the editor upon the way he gets up his paper. It takes cold cash to run a papier, tho game as any other business, and there is no other business that does the same amount of good for its tow'n as the live paper. Sam A. Ponder of the Dawson Vindicator, has a good-bye in the last issue of the paper. "When -we commenced publishing tl « Vindicator," he says, " vc stated in its flrst issue that we would .-publish a paper here as long as tyie peopie would patronize it enough to give us a living, ana this the town of Dawsou has ...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 September 1902

laggiMaMW W$m: £ "t. Heaven Help JU* v allies, birt meHuht'* ci ' lu our troubles, bat n«e Hunt's cur« for JN-fc, Tetter, Ring worm. Itching Piles ad ee-aeuta. Gunn.nten^ (it ail druggist Miss Minnie Black has return - iit fion* ft r< o>h(!f'k. ;> , f-'>y ''V.; ; •m*.± •Swjppmg Ues is practiced, bnt don't swap off Hunt's ihightning Oil for n worthless Article. JuV yonr drnafsist or merdhant far a Jxee sample bottle. ui Sam Rl ien spent, Sunday in Sroesbeck. XV i' Can't Ttll a Lie JV'hen we say there is 1:0 shaking of Dottles, no liking of peons, no wry l'acss wh n Cheatham 's Laxative Chill Tab- Sisis are used 25cts. No cure--no jay. tn Miss Fanetie Wortham Sun- ilayed in Corsieana. T© Cure Dyspepsia and mdigeslon imir Stomach or Heart jurn, take Ri:x wspei'sia tablets. All druggists are wftsorized tc refund money if they fail to rare. Price CO cents per package. At Kemp's Drus Co. y ;.V1t9. W. F. Uobeita went up to Covsii-.i! nil Hum lay ( > v i -it. 1 lur 1) ays To ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 September 1902

■f ■r'-w Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. v • * i# f 7—j Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis- courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid- neys are out of order " or diseased. _ Kidney trouble has become so prevalent "* that it is not uncommon for a child to be bom afflicted v/ith weak kid- neys. If the child urin- ates too often, if the urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made mis- erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 September 1902

sss ■sr V' Published every Friday by The Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. I"' If' Subscription,, per year $1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter 20$ ANT1 ™= PLEASANT BITTER BOTH THE SAME MEDICINALLY. Three men were arrested a:.u put in jail in Ennis last Saturday for repeating their votes. Several bad railroad wrecks have occurred in different parts of the country in /he past few days, An officer was shot and killed by tramps in Alabama while try ing to oust the tramps from a box car. The Fair heirs hope to reach a fair settlement without any litigation. Not if the lawyers can help it they won't. Lyon seems to be in the -lead for state chairman of the publican party, but there some shrewd politicians 011 trail. re- are his Gen. Miles Philippines to uatfon a little, getting bat of Tedd\. is going to the look over the sit He seems to be, into the pood graces u poaltlT* ear# for Chilli, Fertri, La Grtpp«, Bad Cold* 1 StO. It t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 September 1902

•; ' = ■'••■•■. - •• ••••• ; \.'V ' " . • (M ' . ANNOUNCEMENTS. R«te«—In Advanc*. District 910.00 Couiivr $6.00 Precinct $3.00 uL t. I* DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For Congress— 2 y SCOTT FIEVD (of Robertson) For State Senator— A J HARPER For Floater, counties of Limestone, Falls and Mclennan— J S AINSWORTH < TOM CONALLV For Representative— W. J. BRYANT ?or District Attorney— O C KIRVKN For District Clerk— t W. L. CARLE Y (re-election) For County Judge— jAS. kimbell For County Attorney— V. B. HAYES For Countv Clerk— ALF MILLS For Sheriff— JOE GRESHAM For Treasurer— ADRIAN C. ODOM-(re-election) For Tax Collector— C. S. COOKERLY (rejejection) For l'ax Assessor— W. R. FAUGHT (re-elecetion) For Commissioner Precinrt 4— J H FORREST F-: Jl. 'Jc: ;f ihe Peace, Beat 4— J. W. KINCHELOE ;re-e!ection) For Constable, Precinct 4— WALLACE J. HANCOCK M !Ltt. ''ft. \h . / T* ! . I ♦ " - i I li t -..J •V 11 i J #®S® I Want Your Trade! DO YOU WANT THE BEST /WW £ ti 011V (71 ♦♦♦♦♦♦$>•£ *<i>+ „x ♦...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 September 1902

RACKS 10 EXAS A NEW FAST TRAIN Between St, Loala and Kansa city and OKLAHOMA CITY, WICHITA# - DENISON, « SHERMAN, r DALLAS, fORT WORTH And principal points In Texas and the South- west. This train is new throughout and lo made up of the finest equipment, provided •with electric liphta and all other modern traveling conveniences. It runs via our now completed Red River Division. Every appliance known to modern car bnlldinf? and railroading has been employed in the make-up of this service, including Cafe Observation Casrs, under the management oi Fred. Harvey. Full ipformntloa aa to rates and all details ov a trip via this new route will be cheerfully furnished, upon application, by any repre- ^eaiativo of tho C'lAV m 5 fi " r •jb£G M VIA 09 Railroad to ALA. BIRMINGHAM, ACCOUNT National Baptist Convention (COLORED) September 17=24, 1902. Tickets 011 sale S.^ptemosr 1-1, 15, an! 10, limited for return September 27, 1902. For tim 3 tables, m ips and fur ther information, address P W Mor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 September 1902

% Klpant Tabtuea Doctors And - A good prescription Fur mankind. ft; Rip.ins Ta'uulcs are a common sense, effectual cure >r dyspepsia, biliousness, heartburn, headache, con- stipation, dizziness and all disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels. They are intended for the of le.n, women and children everywhere, and have | $.r-oved beneficial in the majority of cases. It b not claimed that they will perform miracles, but some of the cures Avhiclt they hove effected amount almost to that. Easy to take and prompt in action, tj^ey have no rival as the best remedy for the every-day ills of humanity. A MEDICINE WHICH PROLONGS LIPE. " I have used Rip.™* Tabulea for a number of jrtars and would not be without them. I was troMDh'd with indirection and constipation, awl 1m ve noticed since I have been using: them tlut I am fcettinfe rid «;f *Lose t«* — ble bilioo* • pel is which confined nie to !--d <*n ac-cim' ihe dizxincag. Of ijte 1 have not had any. 1 had just got over a bad spell oi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 September 1902

iS'rf4i: t' .•>§ ,•'ifc.• . ■ V': ■;.L*':< :>■ V ."' ■1 55 (Trass if aittwMwy, ay took occasion to count lta tree« at the laat census. The ■amber la 188,400,000; of these 52,- 3*0,000 are aple trees, 26,100,000 pear fcreee, 69,400,000 plum trees and 21,- •00,000 cherry trees. There are three Unlit trees to each inhabitant. Has Found Cancer Microbe. Prof. Gosbourg of the University of Berlin is the latest bacteriologist to import- the discovery of the cancer microbe. He has been experimenting along this line for several years and & considered an authority upon the subject. President Eliot Fond of Roseib President Eliot of Harvard is an anthusiastic rose grower. He is very Jauad of the flower, of which he has exact scientific knowledge, and tfcree bushes at his Cambridge home ^re hi3 especial personal care. The Safest Place in a Storm. Every one Is aware that it is not wise to seek a tree's shelter in a thunder storm, but, if you must talte lefuge there, then climb to the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 September 1902

vlVi'>v' ''. ■mhrmmmimmm Ffjfro See J. Sandforu Smith lor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas ppppi MRM $•1 88' •!" , p5" '7,-'.'' Fr The State Herald VOL. 3 MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 12, 1902, NO 36 m* m ■ ■1 ■ 1 LANDS FOR SALE. We have for sa'e in Freestone and Limestone counties some very fine improved farms, on which we are prepared io offer very favorable terms, both as to price, time and man- ner of payment. We publish below a partial list, which we consider special bargains: 1G0 acxfcs in Freestone ccunty, about 6 miles West of Fairfield, 50 acres wei' Improved and in cultivation, good new house, and other improvbments. 541 acres Navasot bottom land, heavily timbered. Special bargain. 99 acres 4 miles southwebt of Mexia, abcut 70 acres in cultivation, good heme, well, tarlc, orchard, burne. 70 acres 4 miles sontbwefct of Mfxin, 60 acres in cultivation, house and other improvements. 102 acres about 4 miles ecuthveM cf Moia, black prairie land, 75 acres in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 September 1902

L - - ■ ■ ' • ' .■ ' ^mmmmammmmam^s^brntrnma^bbasabaabbssbaambamamssamsasam^am^sbsmsssasnsgssbsst r W&4. RACKS 10 EXAS at the m m • TUB • • • COOL. PLEASANT And PICTURESQUE ROUTE North and East enfiMIM NHnim ■OurlwMy. Crystalllied nitrogen It one of the greatest obemlcal curiosities. By cooling 'nitrogen gaa down to 367 de- grees below the freezing point and thon allowing It to expand, solid snow- llko crystals are formed. MW&H FAST TRAIN ntwwm ■ Ot. Loots and Kansas City and WMONA CITY, 1BOIITA, ffilNISON, SHERMAN, DALLAS, FORT WORTH <?:m£!KCUb!i5?as*l points in Texas and the South- sxo. in is new throughout and ia ■ nJaeiewsssfU «t? lie finest equipment, provided --, sraw vicfeftrle lights and all other modern .-udBvealeaoes. It runs via our now Siver Divassosi. 'VSu«ac.T" jrppiiance known to modern cai <~jpkM:xi.~xi)li railroading has been employed .!■ jL.-jfcs--sjAkt-'np ot this service, including #&ses,vatio3? Carss <• «6m- lEanaRemont or Fred. Harvey. r^i'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 September 1902

J... .. 's ' f ".cArT , 0.- I rrmJfffi, gRp. y V. ' • 1. Pr I I j t \ r" Klpans TuduIi a Doctors find A good prrscription For nuukiiid. Ripans Tabules are a common sense, effectual cure for dyspepsia, biliousness, heartburn, headache, con- stipation, dizziness and all disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels. They are intended for the use of men, women and children everywhere, and have proved beneficial in the majority of cases. It is not claimed that they will perform miracles, but pome of the cures which they have effected amount almost to that. Easy to take and prompt in action, they have no rival as the best remedy for the every-day ills of humanity. A MEDICINE WHICH PROLONOS LIFE. " I hare w«ed Ripans Tabules for a number of years and would n«t he without thf.ni. I was tronblcd with indigestion and constipation, and have noticed since I have been uning them that I am getting rid of rltose legible bilious spells which confined me to t d on account ihe dullness. Of late I hare ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 September 1902

m mm li- ra * ■ H Published every Friday by The Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. Subscription, per year $1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter RAILROAD BUILDING. au r - Railroad building seems to be the order of the day in Texas, and many towns are' profiting thereby. Until recent develop- ments Mexia seemed to be out of the building territory, but now there is talk of a road that with the proper effort we ought to get. A movement has been started to build a road from Hillsboro to Palestine, thence on to the south- east, with deep water as the ob- jective point of course. While we are not on a bee line south- east of Hillsboro, still in railroad building the line is sometimes changed se /eral miles either way, and Mexia is near enough on the line to justify us in making an effort to get the road. We realize that there are al- ways a few people in a town who don't wan*: another railroad—say it won't help the town any—but if ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 September 1902

■nni Rate*—In Advance. let 110.00 16.00 lot $3.00 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For Congress— SCOTT FIELD (of Robertson) For State Senator— A J HARPER . For Floater, counties of Limestone, Falls and Mc-.ennan— J 8 AINSWORTH TOM CONALf.Y For Representative— W. J. BRYANT For District Attorney— O C KIRVEtf For District Clerk— W. L. CARLEY (reflection) For County Judge— J AS. KIMBELL For County Attorney— V. B. HAYES For County Clerk— ALF MILLS For Sheriff— JOE GRESHAM For Treasurer— ! ADRIAN C. 0D0M-(re-election j - For Tax Coilwctor— C. S. COOKERLY (reelection) For Yax Assessor— W. R. FAUGHT (re elecetion) For Commissioner Preeinrt 1— J H FOllIt EST For Justice of the Ftacc, Dual 4— J. \.. iilKCHELOE Reelection) For Constable, Piecinct 4— WALLACE J. HANCOCK i Xocal an& personal, i Jnst Eua a line, nothing else. Major Win. Byers is in Fair- field attending court as a witne-s. Eucaline is the great winner. KA. W-[Keunedy and Haydn Ross have returned from Fort Worth. Eucaiine is without an equ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 September 1902

ss$ ij.v- '• «r.A I I1 -J. .|| r i:J ii - Ik HSB i, bat w Hunt's caw for Itch, Tetter, Ring worm. Itching Piles and eczema. Gnaranteed at ail druggist Ed Dunlap has returned toCor- Ktoana. Guy Bond oame up from Groes- beck Sunday. Swapping Lies Is practiced, but don't swap off Hunt's Lightning Oil for a worthless article Ask your druggist or merchant for a free sample bottle. m Ben Smith has returned from Wootan Wells. We Can't Tell a Lie When we say there is no shaking of bottles, no liking of f peons, no wry facas whan Cheatham's Laxative Chill Tab- lets are used. 25cts. No cure- -no pay. m L.B.Cobb, Jr. waa up from Groesbeck Sunday. To Cure Dyspepsia and indigeslon Sour Stomach or Heart jurn, take Rex dyspepsia tablets. All druggists are authorised to refund money if they fail to cure. Price 50 cents per package. At Kemp's Drug Co. y Mr. and Mrs. L. Scharff came up from Groesbeck Sunday. To Cure Mtlaria in Four D ays Take Quinobia . All druggists are authorized t j refund the mon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 September 1902

a-ai of M^any Sudden Deaths. a disease prevailing in this ' most dangerous because so decep- . . i -I., dve Many sudden ' deaths a-i caused by lit — heart disease, ^ pneurtania, heart ! failu*--. or apoplexy i- are often the result of kidney disease. If hdney trouble is al- lowed to advance the kidney -poisoned """ blood will attack the , vital organs or the kidneys themselves bre&k down and waste away cell by ce1' Bladder tro1' ■ 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 5wamp.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-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its won- ' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 September 1902

gft. Something of the Big Event at San An- tonio in Octo- ber Next; When the gates cf the Fourth international Fair at San Antonio mre thrown open October 18 a as-one of beauty and interest will *Itarm the eye and delight the inest sensibilities of ilio visitor. To enjoy th^s will be a pleasure Trel) worlh many an tffort. Many Sihousands of dollars have been appended in the Fail's production t&e highest skill and science em- ployed to bring to perfection a Tair worthy of the present wonderful era of development .Sts -cope is so broad as to include iwarly all departments of human iifort. The purposes of the Fail- ir? manifold. One groat oojectis 'to "bring closer relationship, com- anarcially and socially, the govern- ments of the United Stateg ai d Mexico. The oppoitunity which the Fsur tifoids to the counties and cities 3ot placing conspieiously before iabe people of Texas a knowledge their varied resources is widely appreciated. Every section ofche itatc, as well as Mexico, wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1902

>ru ■M' n for Fire5 Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texas The State Herald. VOL. 3 MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 19, 1902, IN 0.7 LANDS SALE. .< b r' Will Sel, Trade S-* We have for sa'e in Freestone and Limestone counties some very fine improved farms, on which we are prepared to bffer very favorable terms, both as to price, time and man- ner of payment. We publish below a partial list, which we consider special bargains: 100 acies in Freestone ccunty, about 6 miles Weat of Fairfield, 50 acres wei' iwprovtd and in cultivation, good new house, and other improvements. 541 acres Navasot bottom land, heavily timbered. Special bargain. 99 acres 4 miles southwebt of Mexia, about 75 acres in cultivation, good house, well, tark, orchard, barns. 70 acres 4 miles southwest of Mexia, 60 acres in cultivation, house and other improvements. 102 acres about 4 miles southwest of Mcxifl, black prairie land, 75 acres in cultivation, balance pasture, house, well and tank, cribs and barn. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1902

|Bto« !■ u, me Hunt'* corn for yrora. Itching Pile* a. Guaranteed at all druggist lintUo Waltrip has re^ turned to hor home in Buffalo. Jp'f ^ Swapping Mas Is practiced^ but don't swap oil Hunt's Lightning Oil for a worthless article. Ask your druggist or merchant for a free sample_Oott.li?. m Walter Me.ea.f came down from Corsioana Sunday. Wc Can't Tel. a Lie When we say there is no shaking of bottlos, no liking of peons, no wry faces when Cheatham's Laxative Chill Tab- lets are used -25cts. No cure- no pay. m C. ClarencrJCox Sundayed jn Groesbeck. To Cure Dyspepsia and indlgeslon Sour Stomach or Heart ourn, lake Rex dyspepsia tablets. All druggists are authorized tc refund money if they fail to cure. Price 50 cents per package. at Kemp's Drnt< Co. y il! IJiddle was do>vn from Corsicana Sunday. To Curj Aii Imia in Pour !> ays Take Qui.voiua. All druggists are authorized t ) refund the money in any case of chills, fever or malaria it fails to cure. Price 50j per package. So...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1902

S# b J •' althy Kidneys Make Imptre Blood. All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys onca every three minutes. gi The kidneys are your blood purifiers, they fil- ter out the waste or Impurities in the blood, If they are sick or out of order, they fail to do their work. Pains, aches and rheu- matism come from ex- cess of uric adici in the blood, due to neglected kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart is over-working in pumping thick, kidn-y- pcisoned blood through veins and arteries. It usdd to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin- ning in kidney trouble. If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It stands the hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1902

^ s-' : ■ t 1 \ - Published every Friday by The Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX. President and Manager. per year, $1.00 Subscription, mm: WjT l! I If Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mall matter Ward 1 in Corsicana cast 98 votes for the pros and 493 for ther antis. It would be dead easy fdt a stranger to find that locality without asking. The Marlin Democrat wants to know' if Houston's Tracy is re- lated to the Tracy of recent fame in the northwest. Well he seems to bear a striking resemblance in his gei away qualities at least. A smart fellow has invented a mask for automobiling, but it dpesn't seem to lower the death rate on account of accidents. Mrs. Stewart, wife of Senator Stewart of Nevada, is the latest victim. K?#; AN1 MALARIA' REMEDY SARSAPABIW COMPOUND. the mayor's course seems to have reached the ears of the people of Waco, and they are mad. There will very likely be some warm times over there when the case comes up for trial. Qo to the John R. P ...

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