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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 August 1904

T - "T *'•?' mm vmm W!^Wm See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas State Herald. VOL. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY AUGUST n, 1904. NO. 32 WEDNESDAY, August 17th. WAGNER & RIMASSA ■ | « 8 IVIEXIA, TEXAS. a 9 9 3: * <« Mexia's First Sales Day. READ EVERY ITEM. •#ee c929®«iSM««#e« eiBeefl69«#9< INDUCEMEN TS to all customers We are still in line with the right goods at the right'prices and offering SPECIAL 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 just what is advertised. DRESS QOODi). Fancy Lawns, worth 6c, Sales Day. a yard 4ic Fast Colored Drrs? Lawns, worth 10.1c, Salei ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 August 1904

ju Waste Your ye Energy, After Awhile You Will Suffer For It. Jtou can waste nerve force by excess, work, worry, anxiety, eto. "Sou can weaken yourself by not eating jp*sv>*r food or securing sufficient rest to Boom the nervo energy you Use up. The proper treatment, In addition to ■kw) phosp'.iattc food, such as whole wa) bread, prepared cereals, etc., la D*. Miles' Restorative Nervine. Tois la ns truly n brain- and nerve 3hw} 3 any food you could eat, and be- att&s, furnlshos strength and tono of Its nra, which goes to tho weakened nerve at&frra. and sets it to rights. 3> . lilies' Restorative Nervine Is a re- S*Mthins, revitalizing tonic food-medicino Stor iUe brain and nerves. It reconstructs •warn-out nerve tissue, and fills your 3teroM brain with new life and vigor. J3-i. Miles' Nervine has made so many mktjsiIous cures, of people so sick the iflewters thought they were Incurable, 3tet it is today the standard medicine 3b jK.iny thousands of-American homes. Tiv-a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 August 1904

mWk ft;- |h ■ .jSfv mm C fKK- .'■' 5 m IRSR '1 to Lakeland Tn us many hours as it onco took days thejonruoy 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 Gity"(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) tho same morning and arrive that day at any one of several hundred ideal summer resorts in tho Lakeland of Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. All meals served in dining cars Union Stations in both cities. Descriptive booklets for six cents' postage. = ! i M. F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, Slaughter Bids, Dallas. G. L. COBB, Southwestern Pass. Agent. 907 Main St., Kansas City. u v&WMm&s&Jun Many a Mother Walks the Floor Worn Out With Ceaseless Care Of a Little Baby That Is Feverish, Fretty, Constipated. ColicKy. Don't Do It. Give ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 August 1904

fekMalMd wrmy Tharad*y( *r N. P. HOUX. Editor ud Proprietor. ■ataoripttan, p«r year. 11.00 Bntorad at tb« postofflce at Mwta. Tax., m Moond cUm mail natter Now that it is all oyer, leta all get down to business and proceed to enjoy the promised prosperity of our state this fall The Houston Post hit the mark when it said: "The general opinion appears to be that Hogg sail Balled up." Senator Bsiley is in the north and paid a visit to Judge Parker a few days ago. He expresses admiration for the silent judge. Hon. S. B. Cooper, ol Beau- mont was made permanent chair man of the State Convention, and he was a good one, too. It is said that Roosevelt will make his only campaign speech at Boston to the G. A. R. Is it pos- sible that he is going to keep quiet all during the campaign? Hon. Thos. H. Ball didn't do much to the man who prefers Roosevelt to Parker, but what he did was a plenty. Well, Ball is all right, anyway. The platform enuniciated by the Houston Convention is all right, and m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 August 1904

ocratic Ticket. i # 'r~ % For President,) ALTON B. PARKER. For Vice-President, H. E. DAVIS. For United States Senator, C. A. CULBERSON. For Governor, S. T: LANHAM. For Lieutenant Governor, GEORGE D NEAL. Fcr fc. tt omey-General. R. V. DAVIDSON. For State Treasurer, JOHN W, ROBBINS. For Comptroller, JOHN W. STEPHENS. For Land Commissioner. J. .1. TERRELL. For State Supt.of Public Instruction, R; B. COUSINS. For Judge Supreme Court, J. T_ BROWN. For Judge Court of Criminal Appeals, M. M. BROOKS. For Congress, 6th District, SCOTT FIELD. Forjudge 13th Judicial District— L B COBB (Re election) For 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 w C O'BRYAN For Representative, VV J BRYANT For County Judge— JAS KIMBELL For County Attorney— WM (BILL) KENNEDY; For District Clerk— W. T. STOCKTON. For County Clerk— ALF MILLS ..it* For Tax Collwctof— lf" * (r C. S. COOKERLY ,.2J For Tre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 August 1904

[>• i'. r SCOTTS EMULSION won't rtvikc a ium|v back itralght, nelthel^will It make \ . a ihoi*. leg long, but It feeds soft bone J I and heals dt&ased bone and Is among { , the few genuine means of recovery in g [ rickets and bone consumption. Send for free sample. SCOTT St BOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. J. T. Hf.il some time ago buy pome liind his hom . who came here from Bay del- to has returned to Another One. T. VV. Alexander, Bractem, Mo siys: "I had a chancy to purchase and use one bottle Hunt's L'ghtning Oil. I think it the best liniment I ever saw.' Mr. Alexander speaketh wisely and inly. 25 and 50c bottles, Mrs Claude Bracken ha< ro- turiu d to lier home in Da las after a visit to her uncle, J. M. Vaiden. The Death Penally. A little tiling sometimes results in death. Thus a mere scratch, insignifi- cant cu,s or puny boils have p ud the death penalty. It is wise to have Buck- len's Arnica Salve ever bandy. It's the b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 August 1904

Mm TO'!1 ' ass. (If-' 'IMmt w$Bm [?- . ;i. •'• . Mf ST. LOUIS! m ■ OFFERS , CHOICE OF ROUTES ELEGANT TRAINS. Electric Fans and Berth Lights. Observation Dining Cars. HfcALS A LA CARTE. Low Rates . TO TH E . . . Summer Resorts, Allowing Stop-over at St. Louis i I For Pull Information, address © W. A. TULEY, i Qen'l Passenger Agent, FT. WORTH, TEX THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS. /> v Additions to Facuity==Fine Snowing Made by Law Uraduates, Dr. Samuel Peterson, the new Adjunct Professor of Political Science, comes to Texas fiom the University of North Dakota where he hag been assistant professor of Economics and Social Sciencc, for the past three years. Dr. Peterson spent most of his youth in California. After beinj; ad-1 mitted to the bar at Los Angeles i in 1892, Dr. Peterson went East! to continue his studies. lie en-! tered Yale University and receiv-j ed hia B. A. degree from that in- i stitution in 18i)5, Two years' later he received his Ph. D. de- gree from Yale, then entered the Y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 August 1904

ife ^ *\ Yr-* ^ tWBfi-^Tr "vr',,^-ti wi-W. r*i i ■ -in friiiiflmT ViWti^ii^iBfMWMMfniiiTraiMiiT^ w\t M>iTittftt4^HiiiiitraiMffirt>4>i^i^ '^fr<rflHr,;ll'i in iiirii ra imnw<>inr<iiiniiiMiii iiwinnri-tin i •Tinr-"--" i *4. *> 4. 4. 4. 4. *4. * ± ,* * * 'S FIRST SALES DAY! Wednesday, August 17th, O ; ' ¥ ' I ■: F.' \ • Extend a Most Hearty Welcome to YOU to visit their Store on this date, the event of Mexia's First Sales Day, a movement inaugurated for the mutual benefit of the fanners living within a radius of thirty miles and the merchants of our town. ! il*} \ V* Ym On this day, in addition to the One Hundred Dollars worth of Prizes offered to the farmers for the choicest products cf the farm, our offerings in DRY GOODS, SHOES and CLOTHING will make it profitable for you to come, even though you do not compete for a prize. Let us demonstrate to you that our Store, backed by the CHEEVES COMBINATION of TWELVE BIG STORES, purchasing Thousands of Dollars worth of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 August 1904

s Item* VOL. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY AUGUST i8, 1904. NO. 33 MEXIA'S FIRST SALES DAY. A Big Crowd in Town and Business Was Good. EVERYBODY FEELING GOOD B. 3rd "prize— i Sack Flour by C. Kaufman, won by D A Hiiddick Best Disnlay of Honey. 1st prize—$2 pair Ladios Slippers by H. O. Lane, won by R P ward Qroesbeck News. Mary Iowa Marine, infant daughter of Mr. and Mis. .John who paid for the bund himwlf, not asking any help for that. In the baby show only town •babies were entered. W e cannot|p v/ebb, died Sunday evening , wuu uv i\<jr>vftxu i . ■ h ,1 . . i ' " ° 2nd prize-One Comb and Brush, val j R1VG the award of tho Judfres C01'" | from a complication of diseases, ue $1, by Kemp Drug Co., won by R H | rectly, and as we do not care to j af)([ wa9 lntene,| ln the Faulken- uiles ! make arnintulvG in 3ucli fi matter, i cPivetGi'y. I^nncral scrviccs T | we pass. A Fine Lot of Exhibits From the Farm, the Garden the Orchard, Kitchen and Dairy-=rhe List of Prze Winners--A Creditable ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 August 1904

m m Li, I I No What Doc- tors Say—We Know That Heart Trou- hic Many Cases Can Be Cured. Thero nre seven main features of heart .disease, viz.: (1) Weakness or Debility: (2) ^Uieumatism or Neuralgia; (3) Valvular Disorder; (4) Dilation; (5) Enl«r>roment; (6) Fatty Degenera- tion; (7) l>.*orisy. Docr.i. tenia;./* evidenco will provo thousands oi? so-called "Incurables" havo been nL.^olutcly curcd by Dr. Miles' New ll:a: t Cure. Patients often have no idea theifr dis- ease is heart trouble, but ascribe It to Indigestion, Liver Complaint, etc. Hero are some of the symptoms: Shortness of breath after exercise. Smothering Spells. Pain in Chest, left Shoulder and arm. Discomfort in Dying on one sUo. Fainting Spells. Nervous Cough. £'.veiling of Feet and Ankles. Paleness of l'icc and L'ips. Palpitation. Nightmare. Irregular Tulse. "I have jrrcnt faith in Dr. Miles* Heart Cuu\ ;.:id speak of its merits whenever opportunity presents. 1 can now go up and down stairs with ease, Where thro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 August 1904

to Lakeland n i wm $ In as many hours a9 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 I 1 If U- l i Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul Railway. • Leave Kansas City (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, Wisconsia and Minnesota. All meals served in dining oars Union Stations in both cities. Descriptive booklets for six cents' postage. M. F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, SlaughterJBIdg, Dallas. G. Li COBB, Southwestern Pass. Agent. 907 Main St., Kansas City. aoooooaooaooooooocioooooocooooooooDno 5 The World's Fair Way! 8 8 O 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 « 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 « 8 8 O 8 8 n o 8 8 8 8 0 O O o Op« rating Fast Through Trains Hagnificent New ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 August 1904

n«7 Thursday, bar N. P. H0UX, Editor and Proprietor. ■nbecriptfcm, per yew L#0 at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., aa aeeoad daaa nail natter i ■r • And Port Arthur has fallen again. Well, the czar has something to console him any way. Its a boy. In a salson row in Austin a few days ago one negro fatally stab- bed another negro. The stsike of the packers is still on. Strikes and lookouts seem to be the proper thing* un der a republican administration. The officials of the Katy are talking of putting in phones to take the places of the striking telegraph operators. Then it will be "Hello, Martin" for the strikers. It comes from Austin that Co!. L. J. Polk, late of the Santa Fe, is planning another road to run southwest out of San Antonio. He is now conferring with the railway commission about the project. fAS HERE, TOO. The liar waa in eyidenoe at the reoent election, as has always been the case. We can legislate agatest the ballot box etuffer, the non-poll tax payer, the vote buy- er ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 August 1904

iratic Ticket. f' w mm ? For Pre8ideDt,| ALTON B. PARKER. For Viee-President, H. E. DAVIS. For United States Senator, C. A. CULBERSON. For Governor, S. W. T: LANHAM. For Lieutenant Governor, GEORGE D NEAL. For Attorney-General, R. V. DAVIDSON. For State Treasurer, JOHN W. ROBBINS. For Comptroller, JOHN W. STEPHENS. For Land Commissioner. J. .1. TERRELL. For State Supt.of Public Instruction, R. B. COUSINS. For Judge Supreme Court, J. T. BROWN. For Judge Court of Criminal Appeals, 4 M. M. BROOKS. For Congress, 6th District, SCOTT FIELD. For Judge 13th Judicial District— L B COBB (Re-election) For District Attorney 13th Dist LUTHER A JOHNSON For State Senator, 12th District— A J HARPER For Floater, counties of Llme tone, Falls and Mclennan— A M KENNEDY W C O'BRYAN For Representative, W J BRYANT For County Judge— JAS KIMBELL FV>r County Attorney— WM (BILL) KENNEDY} For District Clerk— W. T. STOCKTON. For County Clerk— ALF MILLS For Tar Collector— C. S. COOKERLY ... ,\JL For Treasurer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 August 1904

\ ii* too^pwrarf •auptpaui tj jo ystp si UOIPB Sjt 'sa/uau am oj Xjicpsdsa 'sanssn am 04 qi3u9*5 avou Suiai3 jo 'ajpoddw 3iii -lo^sai jo aswBui aqj ut jaX puv •uoiju)nu papad joj X[[udvh2t|d -uis> os spuBjs-i; asnijoaq pcoj « N0ISinW3 S.1L00S IJBO oj jsaq ajjH 3A\ < : ( W. T. Mays of Tehuacana Was here Sunday and left for Goliad, to bring his mother home. Mr. Mayes says he will make one- hundred bales of cotton from one- hundred and fifty acres, if the rain does not sturt the worms to work. Another One. T. W. Alexander, Bracken, Mo., says: "I had a chance to purchase and use one bottle Hunt's L'ghtning Oil. I think it the best "<iniment I ever saw.' Mr. Alexander speaketh wisely and ruly. 25 and 50c bottles. Rev. Thos. A. Mitchell of De- queeD, Ark., spent Saturday here with friends. He is a graduate from Trinity University when it waB located at Tehuacana. Where Others Hailed. "Each spring for five or six years I broke out with a kind of Eczema which nothing seemed to reli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 August 1904

Hill KP«MR IIK SfwfflHflBPR iK« "y'- ■"'V ny I I r ,. . OFFERS . . . CHOICE OF ROUTES ® ELEGANT TRAINS. Electric Pans aud Berth Lights. Observation Dining Cars. IK JVLS A LA CARTE. LOW RATES . TO THE . Summer Resorts, allowing stop-Over at St. Louis, j! Banes of life, as well as in those things which are employed upon the farm, in the factory and in many other fislds of industry, have been encouraged and stimu- lated by exoeseive tariff rates. © ft. WORTH, TEX For Full Information, address W. A. TULEY, Geu'l Passenger Agent, It is difficult to understand how any citizen of the United States, muoh lees a descendent of revo- lutionary stock, can entertain the thought of permanently denying the right of self government to jtho Filipinos. It is the liberty, the advance- ment and the prosperity of its citizens, not any earner of con- quest, thatSninke the country a world power. • The display of the great mili- I tary armament may please the love and for the moment excito i the pride of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 August 1904

'.••• .v. ' " ■wHlr SI m f fe '■ Sf >. J " f#9 Siaffi & ■ k lissioners Court, ;ust Term. Itadered that County Judge of Ltme- county if sue draft for the sum of JW8B.OO V>eiiriutf interest at the rate of dSlpwi' ceur from date, payable 2nd Mbn- tapin February, 1905, duo and payable Sr'n' o! fund, unci that Treasarer cicdii said sum to tho eeneral SlBll't. Oi<ior?d that County treasurer bean- ittacviased to transfer the sum of $05J.00 Ifora toe Jail fund to tho Jury fund ,wd «w,-t of from the General fund tc &*.- Uoan'v Farm fund. ■ irio-n'2 tiuit the Court receive bids lit ifev pk'.I term on the last Monday In 3mev i. 39C4. for printing the deiin- ra\ li.-t for the year 1003, bids to hjh <xi tile :>y lu a. m. on said date. C-.VIVS ALLOWED. R.-i-in«on & Co.; lumber ami hardware . ■ -• 3'iddletow. witness fee.. <? . 'ioi-H tT, com anil work if vCrm: , 'ol.t.'kmnitbiog Ti ;i ?>li''hum, corn Tfc' S M'ii-hnsn, road work ..£103 9S 1 10 °4 25 3 80 n as 3 50 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 August 1904

. p See J. Sandford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas The State Herald. im VOL. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY AUGUST 25, 1904. NO. 34 V/ m V , Pv h; "C' &• BOARD OF TRADE Holds Important Meeting —Another Sales Day-- Committee Appointed on Road and Cotton Matter. The board of trade met Tues- day afternoon as per call of ihe president. Quite a large crowd of business men attended and all seemed to take an interest in the business. The sales day oomnnttee LETTER FROM SAM H. DIXON. A Letter From Sam H. Dixon of the gTexas ex-] hibit at the World's MEXIA LOCAL OPTION LEA6UE Pro Meeting Last Night Organizes for Campaign and Other Purboses. ceived highest score of any of Fair, Which Fx- plams Itself. Horticultual Palace, St. Louis, Aug. 13, 1901. Mr. Jake Stubenrauch, Mexia, Texas. My Dear Sir:—Your cluster of Garbcr pears arrived all O. K., a j few had broken from the stems, day committee it- ^ but, slill it makes a good show, ported the result or ihe first m!ex| [ am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 August 1904

>1 t M U & >f . Is I- •« . Not Help Your " lease, but Will Weaken Your Nerves. Ste';";;-, who tlilnlc It la better to boar £3l i than soothe It—are -wrong. «J#4-£usliloned doctors used to say It -Map* tetter, because they had nothing •tgtttc which to case pain but dangerous, iSfantil-viaralyzlns drugs. |S ' (But now, that a safe remedy has found. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills, s£« -wro;i|j to suffer, for nothing can bo ,\v..".<vl but weakened nerves. at safo rulo to remember Is: When v jr rain, talce an Antl-X'ain Pill. TEWf. will soothe your quivering nerves. MHes' Anti-Pain Pills reliova pa!^ ' ^storing tlio natural secretions, in -•cBteJ.rh t!,oy differ from opium and slm- • Ilfj- narcotic drugs, which relieve pain •'Cbsc TaiPckirig the action of the glands. 'Fh-:y are suro and harmless, and are vJSk Catest medical treatment .for the •—asjr< of Ilcadacho, Neuralgia, Backache, . S-v:v.iT.iat:: rn, Dizziness, Toothache, £■'. lie, Menstrual (Monthly) ''ikjs. Also nerve ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 August 1904

% w I 1 in wm if# 'V >V > r. . :r. — wm to Lakeland Id as'many hours as it once took days the jonrney from Kansas City to the cool lake resorts of Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota 'its now com- fortably made by^The Southwest .Limited of the Chicago, MFwaukee & St, Paiy Railway. i Leava Kansas City"(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 tnat day at any one of several hundred ideal summer resorts in the Lakeland of Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. All meals served in dining cars Union Stations in both cities. Descriptive booklets for six cents'postage. i M. F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, Slaughter.Bldg, Dallas. G. L. COBB, Southwestern Pass. Agent. 907 Main St., Kansas City. oaoo BBa00«0ODaaaD3<c<o00a'co0.as0oaas0o 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 « 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 <-< The World's Fair Wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 August 1904

■ ' .. . • ' ... THK COUNTY PEIN1ING AGAIN. ■vC"-. IT«7 Thursday, by mP « HOUX Editor and Proprietor. Subscription, per year $1.00 Bntened at the postofflce at Mezia, Tex., as second class mail matter Globe, Arizona, has been swept by a flood and several lives and much property lost. The grand jury ot Bell county is hot after violators of the local option laws, and several "clubs" have been closed. Every day brings the report of another train wreck. And in each case lives are lost. Instead ot diminishing such accidents are increasing in frequency. A 16-year old boy was killed in a foot ball «ame in Chicago. We hope this is not the way our boys are going to play the game when they organize their club. The Houston and Texa« Cen- tral and the Texas and Pacifio oaptured the bulk of the Texas troops that will go the maneuvers next month. The next legislature will be called upon to deal with a defi- ciency the like of whichjhas never before been known in Texas. How they will handle the qu...

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