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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1902

' u: Wm t I See J. Sandforu Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texa State Herald. 'OL. 3. MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, IQ02, NO. 9 HONEY TO LOAN. We now have ample funds.to lend our friends on ap- proved Live Stok, Crop and Personal Securities. On Shiii, our first anniversary, we wish to expiess our thanks To the Farmers and Stockmen [of Freestone and Limestone comities for the patronage they have so liberally given to our Bank during the past year. In spite of the short crops, our business lias been entirely satisfactory. We think this is largely .due to the fact that wo have in the main confined our loans t > the PRODUCERS OK MONEY, the Farmer |and Stockman. THE CIiIZENS NATIONAL BANK Mexia, Texas, Feby. 2G, 1902. OK MEXTA. mtmama— janttasmrom Communicated. FEW SUGGESTIONS. |.r. Editor:—As a citizen 1 in the public welfare, I mo please to tgh your Bits for our fs to consider. ' A new constitution without Iy changes as to (he present Imestead or other exemp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1902

mSHmmKm W Mexican Mustang: Liniment ' 3* a euro remedy lbr Caked ami Inflamed Udder in CJovrs, To Cure Sore Throat. Into a glass ihailff full of water .put an even teaspoomffyl off Mexican Hustang Liniment, max tlhoroaiiglhily, and watlh this gar= gletlhe throat fireqiaeinitEy. Ira severe cases mors Imiimiemt can be added. In addition to t!hb foatihie the outside with 'the Iliniinnient several times a day, riulbbiimg it well in, and the soreness wi'd surely disappear. limcriar.1: Notice. ?>lFXic.\i7 ?T:'S7\v'i i t « put up thr^osi.-r ^. T*rIro 2"*?., r 0n. ami $1 i*or b itll«'. :in«l 1* l'« r nal'; by Uruutris*:' an«l (ipiwral Storoko^pHrs. If th« v an? out of it. ask thorn t«> «inl ?r It lor you from th ?)r neurenS friiolcsal > Druggist. XT Cannot s:;vj u; Mail <;;; Mexican JVI^star^ Liniment V reaiVilv cure-: Khoumut isi.i :::.l Lc:;' Weakiies/. i:i 1' -::1' ry. Tex nidiand R. r Low Holiday Rates m o u The iHost Direct L ine FAVORITE BECAUSE /iUtFMENT lis., ' |}id Tehe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1902

Drying1 preparations simply dev«l p dry cnturrh ; thoy dty up the secretions, wkich adhere to tlio membfcano and decom- op dry onturr] pose, causing a far more sorious troublo than the ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid all dry- iug inhalants, fumes, smokes and snuffs and ubg that which cleanses, soothes and heals. Ely's Cream Balm is Buclrn remedy and will cure catarrh or cold in tho head easily and pleasantly. A trial size will bo mailed for 10 cents. All druggists sell the uOo. :ize. Ely Brothers, CO Warren St., N.Y. Tho Balm cures without pain, does not irritate or caur.o sneezing. It spreads itself over an irritated and angry surface, reliev- ing immediately thopniufu! inflammation. with Ely's Cream Balm you aro armed against Nasal Catarrh and IXay Fever. I " .J" / / ,rr GRAND JURY KEl'ORT. To Hon. L. B, Cobb, Judge of J.3Ui Judicial District of Texas. VY c, the Grand Jury empaneled for the JanHary term of court, 1902, in and for Limestone county, send in this, our final report, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1902

.W^rH r ■' f "■ ■■ - I? ."";-'v'-'', —L-L.L ,' _:x—— , „, .„-i. ' S '■ Published every Friday by The Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. Subscription, per year,., Entered at the postofflce at Mexj Tex., as second class iriail matte Lazv Li K CHAT WITH THE BOY§ D troubled a. great deiu III a torpid Ityfer, which prjfiucoa conullpa- . I found OASOAHKTS to bo all you olulm ... jbom. and titourod auoh relief tho lira t trial, that I purcliiuiod another supply ttnd was com- plotoly ourr.d. I shall only do too glad to reo- ommond OiKcarets whenever the opportunity Is prcBoutod." J. A. Smith, ?3::0 Susquehanna Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. CANDY CATHARTIC about Snap Shots says: comes to selling horses beat tho world." mules? The latest i>i the Se^'ley-Samp- son ease is lli effort^of the navy department to prove that Samp- son was in sight of the battle and that'odicers m.-ishj of the light- ing ships saw the signals on the Now York. Do ti ll Colonel 1. M. Standifer, the ta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1902

A I 1 ofl R< w( ba — Has i i.< b $ & A FEW P A C C/\Zfi Whv the AIut18nl Mlb ! i*- ! New V/M^- H • r?-, J! i ) 5 IlL IN 4 •> S - TH'l4 Ci MUST- Tli' fiii ucial rosul s already < btair.ed by t' • M dual Life have novel' be<.11, not'can never be equa b; any otiier Lif< I n sura no a Corr., any. SE: OND -It the 'arrest. :nnl mo«t p^vnlur ' °> It • raw ' .'■■ • :•• .. ,i lie World, aivl ha <:•■ p be iit lit* mmd' >>f the pub'.-o the greatest '■ ('•i':v>iuy, but It li i • n-vid to of .••!!. '>'! j i i 1,1) It lias not only (ville* led fraui ;(.< |. li • ! >. 11; - • v hot-1 -rs more, ?i nd now hoi I* in t u- ! .• p,,v:n« KOl'RTH—Relics i>sue<l by THE MUTUAL LTKU !i ;. an muv policies similar in cnaracter issued by an ot FIFTH — The Company is absolutely safe:—Its policies th ' bo: -• than any oth-r ( • •• :i;i >n ■ r ;%mu1N morn favorable, to the insur • i; ni'.-i' Company. !i° contracts guaranteed—the cert.■ inf , en • 1 of pa\ meat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1902

' IHPl if® . . s w>? f Nothing Tbpt W ill Co Yew Q. e«t Mooi We know of no way In which we o*n 1 e of more service to our reads;s than to tell the.ji of something tlnvt will I e of real good to them. For this reason we want to acquaint them with what we oonsider one of the very best remedies on the market for ooughs, coldf), and that alarming omplaint, croup. Wc refer to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. We have used it with such good results itx onr family so long that it has become a househo'd necessity • By its prompt oso w haven't nn>, doubt by.'t that it fcas time and again preventoiVcroup. Tlie testimony is' given upon pui- own ex- perience, and we suggest that ouv read- ers, especially tlioae Who have smell children, always keep it> in their homes as a safeguard against'croup.—Cam ten (S (\) Messenger. For sale by Jesse McLeiidon, Drugs and School Books. b4 M T •ssfs * Mrs. Horacn'i'ishop lian return e<l to her hdnie in Waxaliachie after a short visit to Iter daughter, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1902

wmr < n.. WlmWM-. ;vv/v ■ ■•'; ' liron. VhotuMnda Htve Sidney Trouble and Don't Know it. ji ' How To Find Out. ftll a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a sediment or set- tling indicates an J—-a unhealthy condi- "on ''le ^'d- V neys; if it stains S '' W your linen it is evidence of kid- ney trouble: tor frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is alio convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- Her are out of order. v What to Do. There Is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of 4he urinary passage. It corrects Inability iO Hold water and scalding pair) in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, •wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ■Tvscessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up.many times during the night. The mild t;nd the extra-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 28 February 1902

« v m * • ■€ 1 « 4 *S To get two good papers for the Price of One, and also win a BIG CASH PRIZE GUESSING CONTEST Here It*Is: The State Herald We TieniW J this Appeal to ij you with a i reiuiudsi' that ! the o ter holds iro .d until Apt'.! 1st, cnly. 3 Son■' your subscription and guess to | the State Her- ald, Mexia, i|. . n • A > £• >3 W :C* Yt ^ ^ 'iO . ■' t S k > •• * 4« •> «' ■' J I ' ';t & ■ * * ♦* )l i :• * •; •> ;■ . tJ a i. ^ R « . 43 C O O . I * ► *>'! !> • £• 4 itO Ci ij' J tf'l(i L' ^ t-v' ■ il[I lij Memphis, Tennesste. Both Papers One Year******* For One Ar.d you aSso get a guess in the Appeal's cot- tcii guessing contest, which is this : To the first person guessing correct or nearest to the number of bales of coilo ceived in Memphis from Sept, i, ?qoi, to April /tg, 1902,, inclusive, $3,500 if guess is re= ceivai& during January, $2,000 if received | during February, $1,000 if received during March. To assist in guessing the following figur...

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

WttM: 8«P55r ' hvw % PS •• '■* mma ■■ m Stm/ 'W'.' !'■ j. ' ■m'm iWswh See J. Sandforci Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texa TH State epald. VOL. 3 J — MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, IQ02, NO. to HONEY TO LOAN. We now have ample funds to lend our friends on ap- proved Live Stok, Crop and Personal Securities On this, our first anniversary, we wish to expiess our thanks To the Farmers and Stockmen of Freestone and Limestone counties for the patronage they have so liberally given to our Rank during the past year. In spite of the short crops, our busim ss has been ont'rnl.y satisfactory We think this i- largely due to the fact that we have in the main confined our loans t) the PRODUCERS OF MONEY, the Farmer and Stockman. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Mexia, Texas, Feby. 26, 1902. OF MEXIA. Dr. Win. Teer, -FORMERLY OF H ( 4 % m > Sulphur Springs, Tex. Is at present located at the residence of Herring on Commerce St., Of this City. He Treats Diseases by Scientific Metho...

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

flWr;>V<r 'r ■* ,>^- 1 /"/-£, ' ■• V '. ■•' ■■V ' .K> V •' p!r r<i '% i*'i'*'• 'r^' : ' l'"' ' * " ' • '.v'-"./' ■'"•"• V.-' ,,:;r ,.-V.., ' ' ' ■ ■ ■• n , ■ i «.Hi wwwW i |MW *-> t,,trtBr.(f. ' .*• *a«Cr- .«♦*'* " a-" )•-*■* 1' j'ft hw^'iy {jffifyffi ..«■) **#.1 <i Kan* Not Needed. is no 1 An$rer necessary to pit*. De Witt's Witch Hasel I i:\neti such tates at once, reiuov necessity for dangerous, painful aBsCJwpensive operations. For scalds, ••*!**►. twos, wounds, bruises, gores and 4fcte*Sa ase3 is is unequalled- :5ew re .-•jSfBHaMerfeits. Jesse McLendon. in Jfcas Lilla Alderman wont ■Jima to Groesbeck today to vi:it. For The Complexion IB* complexion always suffers from fiMhmaeas or constipatio i- Unless the hUBwai are kept open tiie impurities flCeoi Ike-body appear in tne form of un- idfe^tSy eruptions. DeWitt's Little Early keep the livei and tovrols in ' condition and remove the cause •ifaajft troubles. C. .u.. Hooper, Albany, 4Ck>, aaysJ ''I took DeW...

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

c 2 Over-Work Weakens Your Kidneys. Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood. All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. 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 acid 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 ^ver-worklng in pumping thick, kidn-y- polsoned t'dod through veins «nd arteries, 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 extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's 1 Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is ...

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

I ^ i j H ' •'•■ '';:j'li '.til £;:; i l every Friday by Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, • • President and Manager. Subscription, per year $1.00 Entered at the postofflee at Mexla, Tex., as second class mall matter Senator Bailey will come h<?me soon, on the advice of In* phy- sician. Mrs. Jefferson Davis is serious- ly ill at the Sr. Charles Hotel in New Orleans. A sand storm in one part of Texas and II iods in another, were reriorted the same day. Great is Texas. The Boers hav« made another killing. In a fight with the Brit- ish last Monday they killed, wounded and captured t>;>2 of the enemy. Followirg arc the headlines! and caption to a column article in Monday's Houston Post: Busy day for the police. Twenty five arrests made by the depurtment yesterday. Hamlin Rogers killed by a nrgrt s*. William Kindwfater shot and seriously wounded. Fourteen-year-old .lames Glass dangerously s abhed. The police had a ousy* day yesterday. Twenty-five arrests were ma le during the day...

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

The BEST of All The riutual Life Insurance Co OF EW YORK: RICHARD A. McCURDY, President. Assets December 31st* I90U S3529Q38 97i.67. Mm fE I > ~ ■> •' i t Paid Policy Holders over 569 Million Dollars. ? A FEW_ REASONS Why thr Mutual rife Insurance Company of >Vw York is the best Company. 1^1 KST TIm fin rucul s ;iI• htaincd by the Mutual Life have never been, nor can never be equaled b> any inli -r Life, Insurance (! mpany. SE' ONl>— It is ill" largest, bcsi ami most popular Life Insurance Company in the VVorltl, and na* ever been i ii- 11,'iid- <>f the pub'>it thu i.Te-tte-st of all. r 1111JI) it hiiK in it mi y n ih- mi f 11 >m its policy holders more than an-/ of liar Company, but it has paid to its P"- • holders in 11 iv., and now li-.l J* in trust for payment of future claims more than any other Company. OUI'TII— P lie . s i.-sued by THE VICTU AL LIKE have always brought results more favorable to the insured ■ in unv po ie.ies similar in i;.i imister ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1902

W* \ .MsftmrnSSm ^ y' Ih8w^®B ?M W. llSi' WW J ♦, X... Try riexican Hustang Liniment for Lumbago, Lame Back, Rheumatism, Stiff Joints, etc., and you will find that you never in all your life used anything that so successfully fought aches and pains. To pet the full benefit you should rub it ia most thoroughly, Mexican Mustang Liniment is a positive euro for Roup or Swelled LLeud ia poultry. Sfil WW! f r W? as.'pI--"' • ' I mm K m In order to stimulate California travel, the Houston and Texas Centra! R. R has decided to put otfextvemely low rate- from all points along its line. The rate frem Austin. Dallas, Ft. Worth and Denison will be <>25 00, rickets w'll be one way, second ' class and will be accepted on payment of the,through Pullman 1 Pullman Excursion sleepers EVFPV C1TV OF IMPORTAN perated over the Sunset Route. Tickets will be sold daily during , ■rhrh . . Houston & Texas Central R. R. It T ps 'the Best Section of Texas AND REACHES vlarch and April and are limited ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1902

J&ISpI " ■ ® -Sk v. \iaU '"'■ mfflw1 waffi '-M Ml mm '1 • } Pot The Farmer The Gardener •nd The Housewife I They eo«t a little more. They \ are worth a great deal more I . than the ordinary kind. Bold \ f everywhere. 1W8 annual free. D. M. FIRRY Sl O*. Detroltv Mloh. lOviE iVEXIA BOYS. following clipping fro in huisiana Planter and Suua< Facturer in a part of a writ the sugar industry of South and shows the pare sevexa boys art* playing ir the hs: •■ threat L'lko Jackson anil ve prupt I'ties oi Luke Jacli- >ugir Company show th> and urrutniMing aitentioi iiMna^i'i', Mr. Joseph Rliea. t a 1)1 assisted by a com- , >t ff of y .ung I'entlensHn, t he in bachelors, though ju*'* in ■(' than willing to <* i ik'i, !(i H it -Id work i.s i'sm . I'.iv riibly and t-ugur i.g bant'l • 0 ;is last as 001 p- ;m funii li i acktigi The of •• |ifriigi* liHi'e last \'.iventi,'d t he sugar f oui ,4tr ii*|i at tn' time, L ,1 ii (vfiiuer reserve | i In - U111 as 'Sugar a III ■ fir ts .1 r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 7 March 1902

- HI? |sk| \/ \/ yvtzy^try r\/; etc etc] "y' M s | A Chance for All"|H tf, « <■' «s «, « « ««) «.s « •#> «. 4! '3'. / / « « « « v 1 «f« « « _ « « « k- ■£ * 0; «■ « « « -5 ^ r *? $ « « « # !#««#«« * «. -J.; « ■ 4 « ti *.« « ^ «'• * l« 4 « « «}« « 3, <, «i « « « « ♦. it < 1? « %*}&*:* .*'.<* We Herald this Appeal to you with a reminder that the offer holds tfo.'jd until April 1st, 190S, only. Send your subjcripti'^i and guess tox the State Her- ald, Mexia, A "— To get two good papers for the Price of One, and also win a BIG CASH PRIZE IN A GUESSING CONTFST Here It The Stat , ANDY CATHARTIC :oUica'veVj I0e. 25c. 50c. CURE CONSTIPATION ALL DRUGGISTS ' d> lessee. > •> '> <► > * \ tmm b ► v , > > > '> <>, r •5 5 # p „ „ x* i* £ Sf " Memphis, ♦*>♦**** Both Papers One Year******** For One Dollar. And you also get a guess in the Appeal's cot- ton guessing contest, which is this : To the first person guessing correct or nearest to the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 March 1902

'V A.'., \ n t.KV \D <v • -;; ■; j -it-# ' " ,.. , „ ■■■•• .-wife > ~ See J. Sandforu smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance, Alexia, Texa & V Tb i a State Herald. VOL. 3 MEXIA, TEXAS, FR5DAY, MARCH 14, igo2, HONEY TO LOAN. We now have ample funds to lend our friends on ap- proved Live Stole, Crop and Personal Securities. O11 this, our first anniversary, we wish to express our thanks To the Farmers and Stockmen of Freestone and Limestone counties for the patronage they have so liberally given to our Bank during the past year In spite of the short crops, our business liaa been ent;rely satisfactory. We think this is largely due to the i'act that, we have in the main confined our loans t; 1 the PRODUCERS OF MONEY, the Farmer and Sto -krnan. T!i£ CniZENS NATIONAL BANK Mexia, Texas, Foby. 26, 1902. OF MEXTA. <• ,wi (it!) That the basis of repre- sentation in tho County Conven- tion shall he oik* delegate for every 25 vote* cms! for Govenor Say pi's in 1900, or fractiona...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 March 1902

IU' V,:W« . >■ ■' — ■ -•.1' ,--:'J... ' - ■". " ■ "N' J . • ■ " *< / • \ • / - ' . * ' % '■• : Mexican Mustang Liniment Jg just tho thing for Harness and Saddle Sores on horse*, Wmm ?ia:yiv- EVUtYBODY \JAV GO TO ' ! FORMA 1 In •: : ;i : I >.<■ \'1 :ii' vnia t , v. . Uil'l i H\fib 'CI 11 vcdoi i o put * •• u all I •<.. 1 i fni(i • I > K < l'th ;! - _ 25 on, • lit. Wo . st*cmd •v.. c .n-r. ■;;! i ■■ i oil Miv . ii Bnilman ■if.' rata oil all \. Ii .1 nUwpei'U S ;i) , • K mte. Iii n iilv during anri are limited Try Hexican flustang Liniment) for Lumbago, Lame Back, Rheumatism, Stiff joints, etc., and yott tvill find that 3^011 never in all your life used anything that so successfully fought aches and pains. To got tlio full benefit you should rub it in most thoroughly. Mexican Mustang Liniment .58 a positive cure for Roup or Swelled Head in poultry. 3TJ3E MIDLAND ROUTE lex flidland R. R. - u o JZ w gLh I n Dir FAVORITE BECAUSE* EQUIPMENT 3tee« Cars, Sp'endid Day Coa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 March 1902

d FILTER ■■ Abaolttte NiOHlity. ■ ih btfen proYAn inanv limes, and there longer any doubt, that uourly all the (epidemics of typhoid fever and other es can Us directly traced to the bacteria ,her impurities fii the water supply of rfte cities No practical method for fll- T water for city purposes has yet been [ ssful. It is therefore necessary For each jbhold to adopt a means for Altering its f supply HE STANDARD FATER FILTER i Lit;htriinu. nil in <u:V polio, n for thf%><ue promiutn , N. 1J. Houx in >iur a 'Mil fin Mi xia mid vitiinity I ex as i!omk Mutual Fii.k In-' i surance Co , (it ,\ i! , Ah 11 i> [uili.t Gjru P.lint ■ tire ever, nut ; i mlces off Uih corn; no p iin Curi-s Warts an 1 Bniiimi., and i coneu led to I"- i wonderful < 'orn nr • REUNION IJATKis • ForthoAni.ua Kciiniiu. Ui. Con 1'eiii a .• V tern - . ><• h I it Dallas, I\ jinn, Ap il 22..d t. 25 h, luciusive, 1902. , I hi- \ . & ftuific lia. way ('uit)| uli\ w.ii -it'll round trip tickeiH f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 14 March 1902

V> • ■ . 'i • v • ' ' mvmP Mii SSWplI ;-5 >sprw CHAT WITH THE BOYS "'• 'u'.iilsUed every Friday by , i u vo ou ii <in u to«o ciitinrai movement at the bowel#, not titilug ublc to TTfv- iprq!H Printintn. Cf> f move thera exoepb by using hot water Injections, lilt. 'Viaiu < Iilitiiif, v*w., constipation for sovun years, pluoed nip lu xr r> *rrmv t!ii i 'rrlblo condition; tlurluB tliut time I did ov- rs . i . HUIIA, svytiiiiislboardof but never found any relief; sucb n i , . < n, 1 my cuso until IbttKan usinu CASCAliKTS. 1 President ana MP.nager. , now h.ivefrouionetotbreo pauagoaaday, audifl was rLou 1 would givo MOU.OO for eaob movement! It I'-iabst iption, per yoar $1.00, Snte id at the postoffice at Alexia,: Te> , as second class mail matter j WE! 5RAL HILLY STACEY. G« v. Sayers lias appointed Bri: dier Gen. W. H. Stacey of Aus in to succeed Gen. Open- kein 3!1 as major general com- man ing the division T. V G. Thu merit wins out over a jpoliv cal pull. Bill...

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