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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 June 1904

MP.-. w 1 i if ■ i-: •. See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texa s The State Herald. VOL. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1904, NO. 22 PORT DALNEY OCCUPIED BY JAPANESE TROOPS. PANIC STRICKEN RUSSIANS lEFT VALUABLE MUNITIONS AND STORES OEHIND. Important Position Invaded by Japanese--Frighten- ed Slavs Left Army Barracks, Storehouses, Rail- way, Telegraph and 200 Cars Uninjured- Port Facilities not Damaged Tokio, 3 p. m,( May 31.—The Russians evacuated Dal- ny so hastily that they failed to destroy much property which will prove highly valuable to the Japanese. General Oku's scouts report that over 100 barracks and store houses remain uninjured. The railway and telegraph station with 200 pas- senger and freight coaches was also uninjured. The Rus- sians destroyed the Dig pier and blocked all the dock en- trances with sunken steamers. They destroyed all small railway bridges in the vicinity of the docks, but left the jet- ties uninjuied. It is evident th...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 June 1904

jists Who Sell Miles' Nervine rec, If Ii Fails, ?o Refund Cost. ;V..fljFiburse tv© rcimVursa the druggrlst. HPijl•:'fcfcaov/ h:m, find trust him. 7$/-' ' tor* Miles' Nerving;la medicine for your ! jk.'turcs- diseases of the internal or- . "by fejviiiff tdno to the nerves which ? these organs work. .. 3$ a iiovol theory—not of anatomy, of treatment; first discovered by 30fc*_ txjtea, and sinco made use of by wi'lo-awako physicians, who ap- pelate itJ? value In treating the sick. jSP. rou are pick, we ofrer you a way to made well—Dr. Miles' Nervino. UiL'; medicine is a scientific cure for XKTV'. disorders, such as Neuralgia, j2Eii?ak\,ehe, l.oss of Memory, Sleepicss- ptir3T-, spasms. Backache, St. Vitus' Saeii:v. -Epilepsy or Fits, Nervous Pros- fiRECian. eta. 2r toning up ^the nerves, Dr. Miles' "3>Viv.native Nervine will also euro those dof the' internal organs due to «Mfi'i;«?:-deved nervous system. Svmit of these are: Indigestion, Bil- flfair. IKadache, Kidney Trouble, Chro'nio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 June 1904

w * :■ .1 **? />••/ *•; v •• |i;^i! i & • ■ J®1 ", 1 = t wwi* ./ I EsEf nd ft $ i One of the moat beautiful summer resorts in America. Easily and quickly reached by the new train service cl the Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul Railway. Leave Kansas City on the Southwest Limited tonight. Arrive ur, The Dells of the Wisconsin early tomorrow afternoon. Booklets descriptive of the ideal summer resorts o£ Wisconsin. Minnesota and Michigan sent for six cents' postage. m. F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, Slaughter Bldg, Dallas. G. L. COBB, Southwestern Pass. Agent. 907 Main St., Kansas City. MEXIA PUBLIC SCHOOL FORTUNE TELLING The World's Fair .Way D D o a a a o a o o a a « a a o' a o t; .5 <? 0 0 0 0 C 0 0 00000000 o 0 5 0 Closing Exercises of the School Held in Opera Elouse Last Night, Prom Saturday's Daily Surrounded by the faculty ar d school board of the Mexia Public School, with a host of admiring friends and fellow citizens, the class of 1904 passed from ilie threshold of scho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 June 1904

■v ee Herald. Vnbllahed T«y Thursday* by N. P. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. ptton, per year,.... 91.00 Bnfared at the postofflce at Mexla, Tax.. M second class mail' matter And Tennessee has gone into the Parker column, her delegates beiag instructed for him, and also to vote as a unit on all questions. 1 We have received an invitation to attend the Twenty-first Com mencement Exercises of the Uni- versity of Texas, June 5tb to 8lh, 1904. TEXAS GULF RESOTKS. It is now belieyd that the State ^Department at Washington is Negotiating with foreign powers with a view of ending the Russo- Japanese war. Making the coast country into a summer and seaside resort is one of the aims of the Southern Pacific as evidenced by recent events. Successful endeavors have been made to interest foreign as well as local capital and special managers have been plac- ed in charge of such resorts as La Port, Palacios and SeabrooK, and at the latter place has been erectcd a new $30,000 hotel own ed and managed ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 June 1904

IF 1 J ' ! ■ 4- I ANNOUNCEMENTS. RatMr-ln Advanoa. _ Dlrtrlct 10.«0 Oonbv* Pradnct 93.00 "b ' FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce J. F. Stout, of Oorsioanr , Tents, as a candi- date for the office of District Judge of the 18th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party of . said district, To the Democrats of the 13th Judical District. J I wish the use of the office of District Attorney for one more term, and I ask ' you fcr it subject to your will (at) in t^ie primaries. While my official duties will prevent me from seeing many of you before the election yet, I will be grateful for your support and more grateful for the office Yours truly, May 16, 1904. O. C. KIRVEN. We are authorized to make the following announcement subject to the action of the democratic jwimaries: For Judge 13th Judicial District— L B COBB (Re election) W. R. BOYD.' For District Attorney 13th Dist LUTHER A JOHNSON For State Senator, 12th District— A J HARPER For Floater, coun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 June 1904

■■ ■■■ ■R J$ m IP i r ■- 'v 6 - ■- \ I 1 I I n I 1 1 J I J I \ I • V TW^i-; j® who are sfetntoB fl«*h mgtth by regular treat- nt with Scott's Emulsion should continue the treatment in hot weather: smaller dose and a little cooi milk with It will do — "* ~ 1— Wti duots season. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 439-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and f 1.00; all druggists. io away with any obleotlqn I which Is attached to fatty pro- I ducts during the heat*ed ( n Mi- , of Hubbard city, aie visit- ing D. L. McDonald and family. Oliver Gilniore had his arm dislooatecl Tuesday afternoon while playing ball. Fred Nual and Mrs. H. L vy have returned to Ennis after a short \i->it to the family of U. li Parker. Driven lo Desperation. Living t an one of the way place, re- mote from civilization, a family is oft n driven to desperation in case of accident, resulting in burns, cuts, wounds ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply cf Buck- len's Arnic.i Salve. It's tlie best on earth. 25...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 June 1904

BSfl'iilli A)'' '-A? '>><; M5C ir-Wprk Weakens llfli' ': ' Your Kidneys. Jtinhefelthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. g|£3 '• j ^ vT ; AlHhe blooci in your body parses through m p v W/ your kidneys once « ery three minute 3. 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', achesandrheu- matism come from ex- cess of vric acid in the blood, due to neglected kidney trouble. 'Kidney trouble causes quick jc unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though itley had heart trouble, because the heart is over-working in pumping thick, kidn-y- pclsoned blood through veins and arte:ies. It used 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 extra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 June 1904

Hid lay's "Painted B«autle«.M President Hadlejr of Yale is ^considered a clever maker of • \phrascs. His introductions, used - the commencement exercises for those about to rcceive honor- • &xy degrees, are usually little masterpieces, but his ability to say much in a few words does not render him immune from making ""bulls." A year or two ago an . art club, composed principally of professors in the university, gave ■ -ti dinner to which the wives of members were invited. The tables were spread in the main gallery in the art school, and President •Hadley acted as toastmaster. As is customary when women arc ' present at a banquet, the toast- • master handed out a large line of "rhetorical bouquets," to which the womcy present were per.nit- ted to help themselves. One of "the "bouquets" was a surprise to those of Dr. Hr.dley's hearers who caught its unintended signifi- cance. With a comprehensive wave of the hand. I'resident Had- ley pointed to the works of art ou the walls of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 June 1904

See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire. Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas ■I 1 / Ti HE State Her^ ^LD. VOL.15 1 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 9.1904. NO. 23 FIGHT IS HARD Rumor Current, Not Credited, That Japs Captured Port Arthur. JAPS LOST 10,000 MEN RUSSIAN SQUADRON SAID TO HAVE ATTEMPTED TO BREAK WAY THROUGH BLOCKADE. ATTACK KEEK WAN FORTS Fortress Is Well Defended With Guns and Is Regard' ed as Key to the I .ast Line of Defense—La- test News from War in the Far East. Chefoo, Jurte 7.— A report is current here tonight that the Japanese have captured Port Arthur after a desperate assault all along the line, in which, after fierce fighting, they lost more than 10,000 men. The report cannot be traced to any authoritative source and is not credited. Other and more reliable reports have reached here, however, which tell of hard fighting about Port Arthur, both on land and at sea. The Russian squadron, it is said, made an attempt to break through the Japanese blockading fleet last night....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 June 1904

Hi Kk of Breath ies le of the Copn- monest Signs of ® -JttOflXtii'QJ JlftftftlBW miiinn KotwitUstandjns what many physlc- hm my, 'fc?art ditea^can be qifed. Br: lilies' New Heart Cure has per- it!y restored to ' health many ' I'l "rf • """ v « .w ■ , • ""thousands who had founfl no fjellef in- itio Tioedicines (allopathic or 'Aomoeo- f*.tfcie) of resnlaf practicing physicians. • It has proved Itself unique in the liis- tory oC .medicine, by being* so uniformly •noct^sful lit curins those'diseases. TXv:<Ay al\f ys, one of tlio first signs at tumble is shortness of breath. Wheth- er i<i tomes as a result of walking or '^Ttnw.lag up stairs, or of other exercises, it iheart Is unable to meet this extra -id upon its pumping powers—there •is tt,\a\otJiing wrong with it. T^.c- very hitig you can do, Is to ttaIn* X r. Miles' New Heart Cure. It " :K5 #o to the foundation of the trou- teo, jLTid pialro a permanent euro by jriLreu&Miening and renewing the nerves. "wii Vv.now that Dr....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 June 1904

"7 .. • , \ ■ pre '• >r*i -1 , ' I . fy Wisconsin and Minnesota Contain more than 10,000 lakes, nearly nil of whioh are ideal summar resorts< They are reached quickly, comfortably and inex> pensiyely by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul Railway. The Southwest Limited, the new electric- lighted train Kansas City to Chicago, makes direct connections with fast trains tor the lake resorts of Illinois, Wisconsin and Min- nesota. Only one night on the road from tha (Southland to Lakeland. Booklets for fix cents' postage. I ■IP M. F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, Slaughter B:dg, Dallas. Q. L. COBB, Southwestern Pass. Agfcnt. 907 Main St., Kansas City. doaoaooooooDCCfioacacoooocooaoooowooo The World's Pair Way! Operating Fast Through Trains Carrying Hagnificent New Equipment -To the- Louisiana Purchase Exposition, ST. LOUIS. Ko- copies of our handsomely illustrated orld s Folder containing " 2 an index*d map of the Exposition Grrunds and the City of fat^Loms, g O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 June 1904

?mmy% State Herald. j Published every Thursday, by N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. ROBBINS AND STE11PENS. THE FREE PASS EVIL. rw ■i • ■ Wt- Subecriptlon, per year, $1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter Georgia has gone into the Par- ker column. Street cars are now running in Houston after several days tie-up The Japs have begun their at- tack f>n Port Arthur, so dispatch- es eay. The democrats of Delaware instructed for Judge Gray con- trary to his wishes. The H. & l\ C. railroad has put on an additional passenger train between Waxahachie Garrett. and Vv ry damaging rain and wind storms swept over north Texas and the Territories Friday morn- ing. The latest from Colorado is to the effect that the militia is now in control and union miners are being deported. The dead lock in the Illinois State Republican Convention ha? been broken, and Charles S. Deneen nominated governor. The Union passenger station at Corsicana was burglarized on the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 June 1904

SSijj§ . • £> 7 -11 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Rate*—In Advance. District 10.0(0 C011111.7 >5.00 Precinct 13-00 FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce J. F. Stout, of Oorsicanr , Texsts. as a candi- date for the office of District Judge of the 13th Judicial'District, subject to the action of the Democratic party of said district, To the Democrats of the 13tli Judical District. I wish thr, use of the office of Dis'rict Attorney for one more term, and I ask you fcr it subject to your will (at) in the primaries. While my official duties will prevent me from seeing many of you before the election yet. I will be grateful for your support and more grateful for the office Yours truly, May 16, 1901. O. C. KIRYEN. We are authorized to matte the following announcement subject to the action of the democratic ptimaried: For Judge 13th Judicial District— 1, B COBB (Re election) W. R. BOYD. For District Attorney 13th Dist LUTHEK A JOHNSON For State Senator, 12th District— A J HARPER For Floa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 June 1904

w L flesh and tiwsm Use itt's Emulsion 1 as in winter. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, I 409-415 Pearl Street, N ew York. |g - 50c. and ft.oo; all druggists. Officers. At its last meeting Springfield' | Lodge. No. 74, A. F.4A. M. eleoted the following officers for the ensuing year: Jesse F. Denning, W. M. Fred Karner, S. W. A.M. Stevens, J. W. Julius Nussbauui, Treasurer. Jos. B. Jjong, Secretary. R. J. Bryant, Tyler. ! i t- K V Prof. J. H Smith and wife of Iwd Oak wrre the pue-ts of H. T, MoCoikle and wife Sun-lay. Acutc Rheumutum. Peep tearing or wrenching paius, oicaaioLed ty getting wet through: worse when at rest, or on first moving the limbs and in cold or damp weather, ij cured quickly by Ballard's Snow Liniment. Oscar Oieson, Gibson City, Illinois, writes, Feb 16, 1902: ''A year rib I was troubled with a pain in my batk. It soon got so bad I could not bend over. One bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment cured me." 25c, 50c, $1 00. Sold by Mexia Drug Co. " Miss...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 June 1904

-iimnawf. * J i Rave Kidney Trouble and Don't'Know It. Hovf To rind Out. FIJI a bottle or comrnon glass with your rater and let It stand \wenty-four hours; a sediment or set- tling indicates an ^unhealthy condi- tion of the kid- ney y0Jr Juiw,! . * '' evidence of *1tid- ney .'rouble;- tor frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is also convincing proof, that the kidneys a.id blad- der are out of order. What to Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so cften expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- fcoot, 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 . .0 hold water and scalding pain in passing it. or b?.d effects following use cf liquor, wine or beer, 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 extra- ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 June 1904

fm :*k Cook Will Experiment vte Weevil Ravaged Sec- tion--Nothing Unusu- al in the Texas Ants "Washington, June 6.—The De r. .Ttarttn nt of Agriculture has been * /wf&rcsed that Dr. Cook, who has ■«ii.«30vend in Guatemala an ant OSmtt is a fierce enemy of lhe boll * «<evil, has started by the over- route from Guatemala for eifcrs^otton fields, carrying colon- ants ith which to experi- • in the weevsKravaged dls- 'cSaiiftte- If ihe*e experiment® v.-wwcwe as successful as is expected >* the department, the ant colo- nies will be imported in a whole <sble manner. *3>r. L. O. Howard, chief en- r fct/cnologist of the departmen, has > "<*..awei a report from his ex- \ in Texa^ rp«iirJmg the re- -tivrted discovery in Hexar county j&a :int that destioys the wee- One report says that the •• rir.aijitioned is the common 't' *r<izas ant and that nothing un- • has been developed by the i: ffli^angation into the matter. It Wifjgei^ts that the weevil had been / feedin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 June 1904

mmmm" "fHF"' ■ 'v":\' See J. Sandford Smith tor Eire, Life and Tornado Insurance Alexia, Texas p®|jn 3;.« v vj . U1', JlCt The State Herald. VOL. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1904, NO. 24 STORMED PORT Final Assault on Port Arthur Has Begun Says Reliable Reports. TOGO JOINS IN SEIGE DRAW IN CLOSER THAN AT ANY TIME THE SINKINQ OF THE HATSUSE. SINCE WiTSOEFT MAKES SORTIE Greeted With Such Hot Fire .That He Is Compelled to Withdraw=-Will Destroy Squadron--La- test News from War in the Far East. Chefoo, June 14.—The'final Assault on Port Arthur began today, according to reports which reach here from sources hitherto found reliable, The Japanese warship taks are ing part in the battle. They have drawn in closer than at any time since the sink- ing of the Hatsuse and are pouring a storm of shell into the fortress. It is reported Admiral Witsoeft made another sortie ]ast night but was greeted with such a hot fire that he was compelled to go back into the harbor and avoid anni- hilatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 June 1904

,J}4, ,,, ,,, mm-*-- - rll lies Is Women Who Meed Most Relief JFrom Little Irri- tating Pains and Aches. ttc. lines' Anti-Fain Tills are for Woman's delicate nervous organism eXtaaril&s to the least jarring Influence, and j iimae? Aohc or ipain is the result. N ".THw remedy is at hand— XCfc Miles' Anti-Pain Tills. '•ZBauty act most marvellously on wom- v .t&ervous organism, and relieve and " •.".uasBBe>'Qie paJns to which she is a martyr. CBfettAatihes, neuralgiac pains, monthly ;r *K&ws. and all kinds of pains disappear, v ar-VJf a. gentle hand had lightly soothed away. Dizziness, Rush of Blood r TA y: liead, Toothache, Backache are vjjtjznwi by these "Little Comforters." Ocr.w<i without danger 6f disagreeable c flKUhr^elfects; cured quickly; cured wlth- • *Ofc WT3«Mitural action on liver, stomach, Internal organs. IJn. Miles' Ar.tl-Pain Pills please the v« eer*.>ra, and the children take them be- ^..vrcuro tlicy ere easy to take and soothe i-.M' f.Vidr sufferi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 June 1904

UMmZ m. pi' i Ms. > ■III < • ■ ■ i . « 4 jKjmmmmmrnmmm VW-m :%jeJ3 Michigan i A good place to miss the heat and hay fever Ideal summer resorts on Lake Superior are easil reached by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul Railway. The Southwest Limited from Grand Avenue or Union Station, Kansas City, to Union Station, Chicago. Connections for all summer resorts north and east. De- scriptive booklets ^ent for 6cts postage. M. F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, Slaughter Bidg, Dallas. Q. L. COBB, Southwestern Pass. Agent. 907 Main St., Kansas City. The World's Fair Way! I oooooooooooDac:oooc.aQsoo0ocoocs0ooia«ooo o a * Operating Fast Through Trains Hagnificent New Equipment ■To the- S Louisiana Purchase Exposition, « « a a o O ST. LOUIS. For copies of onr handsomely illustrated World's Polder containing an indexed map of the Exposition Grcunds and the City of bt. Louis, and for full information regarding rhtes and schedules to the World's Greatest Fair, ASK ANY COTTON BELT MAN. o o o 0 0 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 June 1904

Herald. ■. -i 1 t«7 Thursday^ b* M. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. per year ♦1.00 at the postofflce at Mexla, Tex., aa second class mail matter The county conventions held in Texas last Saturday shows that the state has gone for Parker. Hopkins county remains in the 3 column by nearly 1500 ma- rity. The election was held t Saturday. 'tie military and the union ers had a pitched battle in urado and one miner was kill- dtT Two hundred shois were fired- The district is now under martial law. "Wouldn't You?" published in the Houston Post of the 9th inst., is one of Lewis' best poems. The verses bring up memories of the long ago, and after reading them over and over again, there is but one answer, and that is: ' 'Yes, we would.'' J*. report comes from Austin to / effect that motormen and nductors on street cars are rning mashers aad are trying > flirt with ladies and girls along ■he routes. Several arrests have •been made and next thing we ex- pact to hear that some one has been hurt...

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