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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 July 1904

^sPBsr W 'M ;%' ... , -Xr.. .>. • :J-j 1'';, "'^ wmsm W v*m ' \1 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Rata*—In Advanoa. District >10.40 Oomuy 95.00 Precinct 93.00 We are authorized to mate the following announcement subject to tha acflon of this democratic primaries: For Judge 13th Judicial District— L B COBB (Re-election) For District Attorney 13th Dlst wither a johnson For State Senator, 12th District— A J HARPER For Floater, counties of Limestone, Falls and Mclennan— a m Kennedy For Representative— P M SELLERS For County Judge— JAS KIMBELL [ Re-election) For District Clerk— j kolon bun nr. For County Clerk— ALF MILLS * For County Attorney— WM (BILL) KENNEDY; For Tax Collector— j A WRIGHT C. S. COOKERLY (re election) For Treasurer— J. d. THERRELL. ADRIAN C. ODOM-(re-election) For i'ax Assessor— TOM L. COX. For Sheriff— JOE GRESHAM (re-election). For County CommisfdonerjPrecinctJNo 4 RADO£STEELE,iSll For Justice of the Peace, Beat 4— J. W. KINCHELOE Re election) local anfc personal •jfor tbe XXHce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 July 1904

m ir= St WKTttBM Those who are salnlna flesh and strength by regular treat- mwit with ; Scott's Emulsion should continue the treatment k> hot weatheri smaller dose r -anda little oool milk with It will do away with any obleotloft which. Is attached to fatty pro- ducts during the heated season. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. V W. E. Bonner returned from Dallas Saturday night, and re- ports Jno. L. Wortham rapidly recovering, and a phone message received hero Sunday tells of bis continued improvement. CROUP Is a yioieiiG inflammation of the mucous membrane of the wind pipe, which sometimes extends to the larvnx and bronchial tubes; and is one of the most daneerous diseases of children. It al- most always comes 011 in the night. Give frequent small doses of Ballard's Horehound Syrup and apply Ballard's Snow Liniment externally to the throat. 25c 50c, yl.00 by Mexia Drug Co. and Mrs. W. P. Rainwater li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 July 1904

WJI.'*'t1- i„,U I §.. I I fi rt^sv,TfrTvihJfig-s >t iriv, -'||-v f,p' •-'iVirl* r ii i inv r--r- ■■M_—> ■•■--*• ■*" - mn Random Thoughts. (BY will H. MATES.) I attended the Farmers' Con- gress at the Texas Agricultural and Mechanioal College last week There were about twelve hun- dred other farmers there. It may not be known to moat of the read ers of these articles that I am a farmer, but I am, and give nearly • as much time to farming as to other business interests. I farm because I like it. The business has a peculiar fascination for me that years of work in other linos ' can not overcome. The man who was raised on a farm, howevor hard he may have thought farm life in his boyhood, seldom fully recovers from his farm habits. He always has a longing for a return to the farm and a desire to escape from the throngs he en- counter* in business life. Most of them hope that some day or other thev may agaiu get into the country where tliey will spend their last days peacefully in a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 21 July 1904

f i ¥ 1 :V I- 7 / v. \ Absolute Certainty Th«t it United riining and Smel t<ng Stock Does Not Moke You Rich, it Will At Least Show You Exceptional Profits it You Buy Now Rt ten cents pek shake. The United flirting and Smelting Co. Is iuoorporatad under the laws of Cali- fornia for the purpose of 13uy!ng, Sell- ing an:I < >p,jraUng Mines, Swelters. MiUIk, Cyanide Plants, HailrjaOa, Tele- graph Lines Stsr.iH, etc. Our Alining Claims are located in the heart of the Atnalie Miuing District, Kern county, California, surrounded by some of the aest mines on the Pacifir Coast. Mines iu this district are bu producer? and are not a gamble Onr MINING AND CONCESTR4 TING PLANT is on3 of the most com pie to ever erected. The reason many mining venture., fail is on acejnnt of poor management. Eauh dnpartment of this company is beaded by an expert in his line of busi • *ess. We have recently added to onr fore, at the mine3, Mr. Merlin J. Erre- eart one of the finest ore experts in the ■tat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 July 1904

I •• J. .,fc. \ ■ r * hi MM~.U a««: See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas State Herald. vol. 5 - MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 28, 1904, NO. 30 Was Reorganized and New Offi- cers ere Ejected. THE Was Adopted and Committee Appointed to Get it Up. Second Monday In Eacn Month Will Be the Regular Meet-ng Day, But Called Meetings May Also Be Held. From lu9t Wednesday'a Daily, (.July 20th). According O Watson, the afternoon in to the Gal! of Chairman C. I- Mexia Board of Trade convened yesterday Judge Kincheloe's office. A number of business men were present and the sales days plan adopted in other towns as a trade drawer was dis- cussed at some length, Mr. John I'imassa explaining how it worked in Huntsville, where it was a success. Mr. J. Sand- ford Smith and others also made some remarks 011 the subject. The chairman suggested that the board go into |a re- organization and elect new officers, which suggestion was adopted and the following officers were e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 July 1904

m > jwfc if, ■fc M is I I.,. I? It It i it . .. '' ' " ■ ' ' !"s ml •7> ■■ Headache Can bo Cured with li-'. Miles' Anti- Pain Pills. If your ncrvcu arc subject to disturb- ances, Ei'.cli as Headaches, Neuralgia., Bai-i-achr. Rheumatism, Menstrual Paiu.j, SlceplWsneas, etc., their jarring and jangling* can be quickly ended with a Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pill. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are pleas- ant little i ink tablets, which do not act on the l o.vv.ls, nor do they have any disagreeable weakening1 or habit-form- ing effect on the system. They are the result of the latest scien- tific knowledge on the subject of Pain, and bring rvl.cf safely and quickly to the greatest sufferer. You should always keep a box of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain I ills in the house, slnco you never know when pain may attack you, and it is wrong to suffer when your suffering can be so quickly relieved. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills contain no opium, chloral, eocaino, morphine, or similar drugs, and arc sold by dru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 July 1904

■li !• . v-" ' •; One Night to Lakeland \ In as many hours a9 it once took days the jonrney From Kansas City to the cool lako resorts of Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota is now com- fortably made by The youth west Limited of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Pau Railway. Leavo Kansas Cityj'(Union Station) at 5.55 p m, or Grand Avenue 6 07 p. m., arrive Chicago (Union Station) 8.55 a. in. the next day. Leave Chicago (Union Station) the same morning and arrive that day at any one of several hundred ideal summer resorts in the Lakeland of Illinois, Wisconsih and Minnesota. All meals served in dining cars Union Stations in both cities. Descriptive booklets for six cents' postage. I f M. F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, SlaughteriBldg, Dallas. G. L. COBB, | Southwestern Pass. Agent. a. 907 Main St., Kansas City, n ^000000000000000 00 taooooo. otoooaooooooa o o o o o o o o o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 « 0 0 o 0 0 rt a « 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 The World's Fair Way! operating Fast Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 July 1904

watch out, gentlemen, or the re- publicans might slip in and cap- ture the office. CHATS WITH THE B0Y5 e Herald. VubMshed <everj Thursday by N. P. HOUX, Editor ami Proprietor. Bnbecrlptlon, per year $1.00 Since the* St. Loais convention Tr ,, . ... adiournod Mr. liooseyelt has not rhe Kosse Cyclone will issue a eai(i .'De-lighted" once. What special edition about August 20th jiie thought was "By Godfrey 1" in commemoration of its 19th —Houston-Chronicle. Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter PARKER'S TELEGRAM. l rn I nji § To be the nominee of the demo- cratic party for president of tne United States is a great honor, and the probability or even possi- bility of election to that office would appeal to the pride and the ambition of any man, however great ; and to reach the exalted station is a temptation so strong that it would l)3numb the moral sensibilities of any but a proat man, and would tempt a small man to stifle his honest convic- tions rath...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 July 1904

ify--' , f§ ANNOUNCEMENTS. Rate*—In Advance. District 110.00 |5.00 ilnct 93.00 p: 1 T We are authorized to matte the following announcement subject to the action of the democratic primaries: For Judge 13th Judicial District— ' LB COBB (Reelection) For District Attorney 18th Diet LUTIIEK A JOHNSON For State Senator, 12th District— A J HARPER For Floater, counties of Limestone, Falls and Mc'.ennan— A M KENNEDY For Representative— F M SELLERS For County Judge— JAS KIM BELL Re-election) For District Clerk— J SOLON UUNN. For County Clerk— ALF MILLS For County Attorney— WM (BILL) KENNEDY; For Tax Collvctor— J A WRIGHT C. S. COOICERLY (reelection) For Treasurer— •J. D. THERRELL. ADRIAN C. ODOM-(re-election) For Tax Assessor— TOM L. COX. For Sheriff— JOE GRESHAM (re-election). Mrs. H. M .Munger and child ren and Miss Nettie Lee Parker, are visiting at College Station.. C. M. Supple, Esq., of Waxa- hachie, an old time friend and quaintance of J. H. Park, was his guest Sunday. Misa Maud Wells...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 July 1904

takes no summer need flesh and use Scott's Emulsion summer as in winter. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and >1.00; all druggists. What Are They? Chamberlain'* Stomach and Liver Tablets. A new remedy for Btomach troubles, lulliousness, and constipation, and a go-;d one. Price 25 cents. For sale by MeXU Drag Co. Dr. D. P.Smith and wife of Mart, arc the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Watson. CROUP Is a vioieijc inflammation of the mucous membrane of the wind pipe, which sometimes extends to the liirvnx anil bronchial tubes; and is one of the most daneerous diseases of children. It al- most always comes on in the night Give frequent small doses of Ballard's Hcrehound Syrup ami apply Ballard's Snow Liniment externally to the throat. 25c 50c, $ 1.00 by Alexia Druff Co. H. C. Keller and family have returned from a visit in Fairfield. You Know What Yor are Taknio When voa take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula is plain- ly p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 July 1904

nm> |M > ;r. - 'IJ# amui raw ■'"t'L'l J-.U.JW'i.. '- mt W^ ^■■10 k' * THE MOKI NECROMANCERS. Wonder Working Semi- Savages at the World's Fair. Tho Mokis and Zunis from the Painted Desert Country of the Colorado in Arizona and Mew Mexico who are now to be seen at tho World's Fair in St. Louis are the most remarkable people which tor the purposo of the great Exposition have ever been brought together. At the Cliff Dwellers Concession there are nearly three hundred of these strange Deople. They are led by chiefs, guarded by medicine men and present and maintain all their strangely interesting tribal cus toms in the secret chambers and the opun spaces of a great cliff which was built for them in the heart ot St. Louis. This cliff is a vast mass of cement and towers hundreds of feet above the sur- rounding country. The plot of ground on which it was erected, with the space about it covers acres. On three sides of the en- closure are tho adobe houses of the natives where dwell the f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 July 1904

■ iiranoraiMii! THE FRONT! wrwtf&rwrw&rsr.§wrr&'&&ri)w&S'$''S)rf&&<FS]r#'T&F&f'S)TS,fa fflfS Cb ■ B .*/ £ Igpi 1! If r!i- la Curet •I v VM 91 S5& If ""A ofct r; f lJiarr | I ■ l?,u^[ ea from v and durim icines witlu > ('■ Sfez*i m & r v FIRST SALES DAY. > Wednesday, Aug safssEwa,? 1904. We extend a most cordial invitation to all Truck Growers, Farmers, Stock and Poultry raisers to meet with us on the 17th of August in friendly competition. We want people from distant points tributaiw to Mexia to come and get better acquainted, for the exchange of ideas and the upbuilding of your section. We propose to make our monthly Special Sales Day- the 3d Wednesday in every month -one of enjoyment, pleasure and profit. Come to win prizes, swap horses, swap yarns, meat your friends and hava a good time. Bring your Wives and .children. They will enjoy it. The good ladies of Mexia will lit up a rest room for the use of ladies and children wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 August 1904

BR See J. Sandford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas wm The State Herald. VOL. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY AUGUST 4. "904. NO. 31 'I ' f I [yf. ; . BP* If > A "JJ'I WAGNER & RIMASSA MEXIA, TEXAS. Mexia's First Sales Day. S READ EVERY ITEM. •••••MMMUMMCMNOMMSM We are still in line with the right goods at the right prices and offering SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS to all customers on this the Biggest Day of the Year-MEXIA'S FIRST SALES DAY. Wednesday, August 17th. The Bargain Prices we offer during this days sale will be so much in evidence that ypu will see at a glance that your dollar will go to its extreme purchasing power. You will find Bargains in every department. Everyone who attends this Sale will readily know that it means wonderful saving to them, and all can be assured that they can get iust what is advertised. L'RESS GOODS. Fancy Lawns, worth flc, Sales Day, a yard 4jc Fast Colored Dress Lawns, worth lOAc, Salea Day a yd 7c Fancy Lawns, l2Jc kind, Sales Day...

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

pppp, m: IM&ir " ' ? ! ■. V; '. ; ■>''?■■ it ============= ■fVBBS ^ $& jSSb^T FIRST SALES DAY, Wednesday, Aug, , 1904 ® We extend a most cordial invitation to all Trncl; Growers, Farmers, Stock and Poultry raisers to meet with us on the 17th of August in friendly competition. We want people from distant points tributary to Mexia to come and get better acquainted, for the exchange of ideas and the upbuilding of your section. We propose to make our monthly Special Sales Day—the 3d Wednesday in every month--one of enjoyment, pleasure and profit. Gome to win prlzss, swap horses, sv/ap yarns, meet your friends and iiave a good time. Bring your wives and children. They will enjoy it. The good ladies of Mexia will fit up a rest room for the use of ladies and children where-they can rest and be comfortable and where every convenience for their comfort will be provided. The ladies ask all ladies who attend the Special Sales Day to pay the rooms a visit. Everybody will welcome you ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 August 1904

| a#|H6 > i 121 f Dl -fV K-'-r: *3 I n Ij.c. InrH'L m&t & •* ' fy'.? !■ , PBS . 1 ', " . liili BflH _ 1 __ to Lakeland [n as many hours as it once took days the jonrney from Kansas City to the cool lake resorts of Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota is now com- fortably made by The Southwest Limited of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul Railway. Leave Kansas City^Uniori Station) at 5.55 p m, or Grand Avenue 6 07 p. eg., arrive Chicago (Union Station) 8.55 a. rri. (he next day. Leave Chicago (Union Station) the same morning and arrive tnat day at any one of several hundred ideal summer resorts in the Lakeland of Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. All meals served m dining cars Union Stations in both cities. Descriptive booklets for six cents' postage. ! i M. F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, Slnughter.Bldg, Dallas. G. L. COBB, | Southwestern Pass. Agent. « 907 Main St., Kansas City. ^ oflBflC( c(0aBaooa0ooea<<a a iraoaa ««£(cfo a The World's Fair Way! Giiuvnlint! Fast Thr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 August 1904

>TATE HEKALD. 1 pi- rn ,\ V L i§ m e5S. 3 § / iWlaktl every Thursday, by N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription, per year,;. $1.00 Bntered at the postofflce at ICesia, Tex., as second class mall matter A CALL. The State Convention of the Prohibition Party for the nomi- nation of a candidate for Gover- nor, and for other State officers, is hereby called to meet iu the City Hall at Waco Texas at 10 o'olock, a. m.. Tuesday, August 23. 1904. Each county in the .State is entitled to send five dele- gates at large, and one addition- al delegate for every twenty-live votes or a majority fraction there of cast for George W, Carroll for Goyernor in 1902. In counties where no party organization ex- ists, individual Prohibitionists should at once send their names to the Secretary as delegates, and tliev will be enrolled up to the number apportioned to the coun- ty- National Secretary Tate, "Cy- clone" Davis, W. A- Brubaker and other noted speakers will be preaent.\ A great time is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 August 1904

$ k <v B t * ] J. c. SP V ANNOUNCEMENTS. Rate*—In Ad vane*. District 910.60 Colin** 95.00 Precinct 93.00 We are authorized to m&Ke the following announcement subject to tha action of the democratic mlmarles: For Judge 13th Judicial District— L B COBB (Re-election) F\%r District Attorney 13th Dist LUTHER A JOHNSON For State Senator, 12th District— A J HARPER For Floater, counties of Limestone, Falls and Mclennan— A M KENNEDY For County Judge— JAS KIMBELL ^Re-election) For County Clerk— AIjF mills For County Attorney— WM (BILL) KENNEDY; For Tax Collvctor— C. S. COOKERLY (reflection) For Treasurer— J. D. THERRELL. For 'i"ax Assessor— TOM L. COX. For Sheriff— JOE GRESHAM (re-election). For County CovamisslonerjPrecinotlNo 4 RADOiSTJiELE/.SR For Justice of the Peace, Beat 4— J. W. KINCHELOE ;re-election) i*vwwww | local ant personal | -J"or tbc TKHceh. Mips Ella Kos& is visiting in Dallas. Cox Brotlnax hau accepted a position in the postoffice. Judge Kirvon and wile were here ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 August 1904

If' & I j / Ilk: m .1 Era <) my- I i mmm A WORD in MOTH MR'a MAR t WHEN NURSING AN INFANT. AND IN THR MONTHS THAT CO MR BEFORE THAT time, SCOTT'S EMULSION SUPPLIES THE EXTRA STRENGTH AND NOURISHMENT SO NECESSARY FOR THE HEALTH OP BOTH MOTHER AND CHILD. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and £1.00; all druggists. J. J. Beckham is rusticating in •'Corpus CUrieti catchiug reel fish and drinking salt water. Another One. T. W. Alexander, Brackrn, Mo., says: "I had a chance to purchase anil use one bottle Hunt's L'ghtniug Oil. I think it the best liniment 1 ever saw." Mr. Alexander speaketh wisely and truly, 25 and 50c bottles. Mies Asie Atkisson returned Saturday night from a visit in Dallas. She was accompanied by two of her little .nieces. The Death Penalty. A. little thing sometimes results in death. Thus a mere scratch, insignifi- cant cu.b or puny boils have paid the death penalty. It is wise to have Buck- len's Arnica Salv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 August 1904

IMBsbP*?' S#3fwi mmmm mm1 . lA'lllllllJi LJjJJ-.J ^EOMAFTWHISKEYI $ GOES ON MERIT ALONE 8 ossririv 7&py are ccsy fillips oiruers i — TJrctvix'.;i Us at YEOMAN £oes or-:! !i«efs li'-iKc en SEPJD for Fotas* Fuii -J ; Write us for Corn plate Trice }«:•.,•. .j gt in jn} n /*■ 3 *r ir *"'*'• ^3* ^jjf jUntj'iiVi ^ i il 8 krn ika L J Vi i • * ■ .m O j . 458 Main Street. P.O. Eos SO, CA:£A2i amFitaHdSBWgai^ jg uatt>a^'Ti^y ... ,• v* TRI-AHGLE ROUND TRIPS mav be PURCHASED to St. Lvtiin via Colorado and to Colorado via St. Louis- ASK YOUR AGENT FOR THEM ONE WAY VIA THE DENVER ROA^: t/> palace-sleepers dtcafe cars. double da!ly SOLID TRAINS | This arrangement applies from all points In the Southwest and includes Stop-over' privileges, that youwaye'.Joy your real Vacation and Rest In "COOL COLORADO before or after visiting the.... world's fair a. A. CLISSON, Cen'l Pass. Agent. ft. worth, texas. J .Lttta £,!' !k i" ,h >-J a A REVELATION In size, magnificence and beauty, the St. Loui...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 August 1904

RETURNS OF SECOND PRIMARY ELECTION. HELD JULY 30. 1904. candidates. For Iloprosentative .59. ..20.. W. .1. BRYANT .. V M. SELLERS. For District Clerk ... .84 ..29 . ./Mi.. ). SOLON Hi'NN.. VV . T. STOCKTON For Tax Collector ... .19 ....19 .77.. . .68.... L." S. COOKKRLV J. A. WRIGHT... 25.. .10...24 For Tftx Assessor . .69 ..88.. TOM COX W. H. STROUD.. 1- i r rrea< .irer 2n|....26 37 "0.. . .611.. 1-10.. . 47. 44.. ..20 58 A C. ODOM ... J. D. THERRILl ..51.. A SHOWER PARTY Given in Honor of Miss Maggie Belle Ross by Mrs. N. E.Meador. The event of the midsummer ftocial season was the "wedding shower," given by Mrs. Newton Eugene Mead or to Miss Maggie Belle Ross, who on Wednesday, July 20th, became the bride of Dr. H. H. Glover of Huntsville. Mrs. Meador's beautiful home was made morelovely still by the decorations, which were planned and executed by the house party under the artistic direction of the hostess. Cut Sowers and palms were used in liie halls and front parlors, while t...

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