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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 August 1904

mm II Damocratic Ticket. For President,! ALTON B. PARKER. For Vice-President, H. G. DAVIS. For United 'States Senator, C. A. CULBERSON. ( For Governor, S. W. T: LANHAM. For Lieutenant Governor, GEORGE D NEAL. Fcr 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 Inalruction, 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. For Judge 13th Judicial District— L B COBB (Re-election) For District Attorney 13th Dipt 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, W J BRYANT For County Judge— JAS KIMBELL For County Attorney— '.t. WM (BILL) KENNEDY; For District Clerk— W. T. STOCKTON. For County Clerk— ALP MILLS Vot Tax Collector— C. S. COOKERLY . For Treasurer—...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 August 1904

•* «jl*tup u tco-ifpwraoS •UIWH ' a->lS1J*a<t S«Mo* •^sjiusio 'anAioa v xioos , ' idtuw aaij ioj pu s ! •aupipaiu v jo jBqi ?i uoipn s}i 'saAjau aqj 0} i XijBpodsa 'sanssi; aqi oj ipiiuo.*!; , ) M3U SuiaiS jo 'ajpaddv Sui (> -J0JS3I jo js biu ai]} ui }aA pu\ (> -uopuinu pajaad joj a[iB3i}L'i(d < | -cud os spuBjs ;t osnuooq pcoj -e N0ISK1W3 S.1JL00S IJ 11BD 0J jsaq 0>(!I a\\ JIED oj jsaq o>j;i o\\ - i s Mrs. I., H. Cnbb. Jr . came up from Groesbeck Sunday after- noon to vit-it her parents. V""" Another One. T. W. Alexander, Bracfccn, Mo says: "I had a chance to purchase and use one bottle Hunt's L'ghtning Oil I think it the best jiniment I ever saw.' Mr. Alexander s;>eaketh wisely and rnly. 25 and 50c bottles. City Marshal W. H. Lewis is confined to his room from an at- tack of fever.J Wheie Others Hailed. "Each spring for five or six years I broke out with a kind of Eczema which nothing seemed to relieve permanently. Finally I tried a box of Hunt's Cure, whic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 August 1904

—I Jo Ior IEN vftSSfcTfl- i , im :% i'1-f •vf'X f 4 n f* •. ' ■'f v'" r- ;r BOB TAYLOFSJTHIRD WIFE. Fiddling ExGovernor Tries Again for "Love, Laugh- ter and Song. Bristol, Tenn., Aug. 17.—Hon. Bob Taylor, the fiddling ex-gov- ernor, with a career of ono term in congress, three terms as gov- ernor and a fortune made on the lecture platform, will be married for the third timo next month. Hia lirst marriage was a happy one, and he reared a family of children. His second marriage was io a handsome, though somewhat eld- erly, widow from away down South. Ills ohildren were not happy together, and that was the beginning of divorce proceeding* which released the ex-governor Don't hesitate to write to Dr. R.V. Pierce, fi'om unhappy ties, but not wifch- cliief consulting- physician to the-Invalids' hi<r ,.l,no nf uHmnnv Hotel and SuTgiCal Institute, at Buffalo, I 0l 1Qny. N.Y., If you want good medical advice from j rn.,,0 n,WSoHi(mc nnro a fully qualified physician as to your per- j *'® ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 August 1904

■ , B a M H I i H IHta *ifed rec?v- :XflrSaig'ht. He was addressed as fuhit, Levy, Leary, Seavey, Scary, Sitea, Seaie, See, Saye, Sey, Se, 3&f, Mr. C and Teay. Seay and &a family live principally on "nbagliness" (water-ground corti- ratal), field peas and white bani.^ ATBai Seay was a student at the itorersity of the South he attcnd- msS« grand military ball in the Kim-! house, Atlanta, after the ■un- /wKng cf the Henry W. Grady aooument. Not having a new pair 4> gloves he went naked-handed. It .vas the custom in that neck of the <apds for a man without ,gloves vx &ofd his handkerchief against vis- Lack of his partner so as not to caF her dress. Seay was a fine •&maer. A haughty belle of Dixie utf consented to waltz with him. rMir was exquisitely gowned in lav- iztfer satin. Noticing that the <wrg officer was gloveless, and fjtn'dsfc of her pretty dress, she v'iicf: "Mr. Seay. would you mind «sg your handkerchief?" "Ccr- airify: not!" replied the happy youth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 September 1904

MA y See J. Sandford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mevia, Texas The State Herald. > * VOL. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER i, 1904. NO. 35 MM rwwm One Sales Day Has Passed and Another is Coming! BUT YOU ALWAYS FIND H. T. McCORKLE HERE WITH THE BEST LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ever carried in this part of the State, and the CLOSEST PRICES that you can find anywhere. In order to convince you that 1 can save you money will name prices. I will sell you * — , 100 lb Sack Salt for 50 cents. 20 lbs Japan Rice for $1.00. 5 gals. Brilliant Oil 65 cents. 14 Bars Greenville Star Soap tor 25 cts. 10 lbs Canister A. & H. Soda 60 cts. 20 lbs Navy Beans for $1.00. 8 lbs Best Rio Coffee $1.00. 7 lbs Pea Berry Coffee $1.00. 7 pkg Lion, Arbuckle, 4X, Star and Cres* cent or Porto Rico Coffee for $1.00. Tea per ib 35 cts to $1.00. Space will not permit of naming more prices, but I wish to call your attention to the fact that my stock is fresh and complete. Our line <if ...

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

'W' '-f:i * jgists Who Sell Br, Miles' Nervine A^rcc, If It Fails, To Refund Cost. ■fr-i. ■<it cow iw y- wo reimburse the druggist. / I.:tu, and trust him. ' Xorvino Ss medicine fur your 16. «uros diaeanes of the internal or- f r,:vl.'r; tone to the nervos which ■sr.wv organs work. to is a novel theory—not of anatomy, .bar. <.:* tren vrnoht; first discovered by ,7i£. I.::}.aiui since made use of by .-jtwsry physicians, who np- -y? : ; '- '.10 in treating the sick. yc\\ are we offer you a way to \Ht- xnaiio v.-cli— Dr. Miles' Nervine. TL. . : no is a scientific cure for •jtc-i ■ such as* Neuralgia, 'SjIl-.'.j-cl:;', Loss of Memory, Sleepless- u*,tr, Backache, St. Vitus' VStencc, .... or Fits, Nervous Pros- ^.StttLon, cic. toning up the nerves, Dr. Miles* "fr^tora. .'*e Nervine will also cure those :i*i v.t- s of the internal organs due to ^d&ordered nervous system. S'seae of these are: Indigestion, Bil- ITcndacho, Kidney Trouble, Chronic .Vfrr.v'Cipation, Dropsy, Catarrh, R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 September 1904

■- ir. ," '," 1 1 1 '•£. ' ' ■ I i to Lakeland In.as many hours a9 it once took days tbejonrney from Kansas City to the cool lake resorts of Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota is now com- fortably made byJThe Southwest JLimited of the 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 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. M. F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, Slaughter Bldg, Dallas. Q. L. COBB, Southwestern Pass. Agent. 907 Main St., Kansas City. The World's Fair Way! Operating o a « a « a a a 0 B 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 /** C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fast Through Trains Ca„ylBf( iTagnificent New Equipment Conv...

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

Mtftatoi wwy Thursday* W M. P. HOUX, Editor Mid' Proprietor Subscription, par year Entered at the postofflce at M«xia, Tax., aa second class mall matter Pv;v I' 1 that on Thursday cotton sold up there for 10,86 and 10.60. On the same day in Mexia it reaohed to 80. Again on Friday tbe prioe reaeb ed 12 cents here while 10 and odd was the highest pric9 paid in one of our near by neighboring cities where they have been bragging about paying more for cotton than they do in Mexia. Talk is A'new railroad has been char--cheap, boyB, but it takes dollars tered to run from Kansas City to;and cents to raise Mexia in the Houston. It is expected to pass somewhere east of here as Ath-. ens is the headquarters of the road. The governor has issued his proclamation designating Mon- day, September 5th, as labor day. This is an annual holiday in the cities, where there are labor or- ganizations, and it is always a bi£ day. cotton buying business. And the cotton raiser is getting next to the fact, too...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 September 1904

m $ ffigf: " • ■'/ K It : W**- v t fe'" '...' ., SI ¥I'J 1 tl... m t: PC* PrMidentJ. ALTOW B. PARKER. Por^Vice* President, H. G; DAVIS. For United States Senator, C. A. CULBERSON. For Governor, 8. W. T: LANHAM. For Lieutenant Governor, ' GEORGE D NEAL. Fcr ttroiney-General. R. V. DAVIDSON. For State Treasurer, JOHN W. ROBBINS, ' For Comptroller, JOHN W. STEPHENS. For Lund Commissioner. J. J. TERRELL, For State Supt.of l'ublio 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. For Judge 13th Judicial District— Ij B COBB;(Ke-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— J AS KIM BELL For County Attorney— " • WM (BILL) KENNEDY; For District Clerk— W. T. STOCKTON. For County Clerk— ALF MILLS For ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 September 1904

Mi jmm ■I &SI yjyjjft' V & v;^M«kin*hom<, m Mwa \ lis lh«ir l| j. ovprv witt.b® .here every nt*ht.~. By the w y, if the officials of the road will allow that train to carry paesen jeers'it''will be a great conven- ience for the traveling public, and (vpcoially to those who would like to go out from here in the morning and get back the same Every|1;4s*rmer knows that some plapts grow better than others. Soil may be the and se^d may seem the same but some plants are weak and others strong. And that's the way with children. Thfey are like young : tjav. A request from the busi- plants. Same food, same home. nt>s3 men of Mexia to the man- same care but some grow big ngement of the road might result and strong while others stay in orders allowing passengers on small and weak. that train. Scott's Emulsion offers an — easy way but \>f the difficulty. Child weakness often means , , „ Starvation, not because of lack * have sold Chamberlain s Cong ..... , t i Reinelv for more ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 September 1904

— ■y,t ■ I I I v ■? It is just a common cold, people say, there's no danger in that. Admitting their (Statement, then there are uncommon colds, colds which are dangerous ; for mans' a fatal sickness begins with a cold. If we could tell the common cold from the un- common we could feel quite safe. But we can't. The uncommon variety is rarely recognized until it has fastened its hold on the lungs, and there are symptoms of con- sumption. At the first symptoms the careful, person will heed the warning by taking a mild laxative ; some vegetable pill that will not disturb the system or cause griping. About the best is "Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets." If the cold starts with a cough, and it persists then some local treatment for this ' condition should be taken. A well known alterative extract, which has been highly recommended by thousands of users, is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. This tonic compound is composed of an extract of roots and herbs and has a sooth- ing effect upon ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 September 1904

@1; H--. i. delivered a saints /' The Board of Trade, of iYlexia, in addition to the "HIGH PRICES already being paid for Cotton brought and sold within the limits of "':V1 the city, will each week beginning v MONDAY, AUG. 29th., give the following prizes, which will be distributed every Saturday at 2 p. m. : m FIRST PKIZIC $25.00 CASH. SECOND PRIZE S20.00 CASH. THIRD PRIZE $15.00 CASH. FOURTH PRIZE $10.00 CASH. FIFTH PRIZE $7.50 CASH. SIXTH PRIZE $5.00 CASH. SEVENTH PRIZE $2.50 CASH. 3 EIGHTH PRIZE $2.50 CASH. 2 NINTH PRIZE $2.50 CASH. B TENTH PRIZE $2.50 CASH. — THE FOLLOWING IS THE PLAN : ! All Cotton Buyers, including Merchants, will issue one coupon for each Bale Cotton and all Ginners One Coupon for Each Bale Sold in the Seed, £© producers or raisers of Cotton. A duplicate of the Coupon given, will be held ' fey the Buyers until Saturday at 2 p. m., when the flexia Board of Trade will | collect them, place them in a box which will be thoroughly mixed. A reliable i person appoin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 September 1904

J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas th jg State Herald. VOL. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 1904. NO. 3 6 6>Y (S> ' i •; Uf4 LIVE STOCK AND POULTRY EMIT KB!*'. •' 1 m _ -■ m 0 y 1 •< Will be An Interesting Feature of the Texas Festival and Kaliph Celebration, Dallas. * Iu connection with tho siuuss* merit feature Festival there will bo k livef atOck and poultry -exhibit, 1*-which all owners andi ha^ 8toPPod 00110,1 f'" m op.nin 's .Saturday night was en- j )VO'l Ijy h 11 who was there. .Richard Iverzeo and family spsnt the day with P. H. Hunt and family Sunday. Mrs. Emma Moody wont to Coolidgo Satuiday to see her brother-in-law Milburn Moody. We learned while Miss Katie tried by juryi vurdlot for plaintiH for Hunt was at Ccohdge she was ; §25.00 the ciiampion cotton picker, pick-! W N Smith vs T ® B V Ry Co, tried irig 505 pounds a day. I b.V 3ury> verdict for plaintiff for $91.00. The rain of the few past daiis1 W,B Nee'lham T3 ,T,...

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

; N 1 ■1 I 1 I I Shortness of Breath Is One of the Com- monest Signs of Heart Disease.' Notv.uru'irindin^ v/hat many physic- ians t . l,c:irt disease can be curcrt. Pr. allies' !\'ev,r Heart Cure has pcr- xnancnt'.y restored, to health many thousands who had found np relic!! in the sneQlcinos (allopathic or homoeo- path! of \\-!;uv\v practicing physicians. It has i roved itself un!fj$e in tho his- tory ()? r.' : :'m\ 1 :y being- so uniformly ' i'ui ! i c[:ripa: those diseases. N one of the first signs of t. v.; «' • '■;* shortness,of breath. Wheth- er H ■ c-ii. v: ; s a result of walking or ruu-htatf uy stairs, or of other exercises, .if i)\<: 1'jcart U unable to meet this extra <!emanr1 ita pumping powers—there .is wrong with it. Tho very best thing you can do, is to take Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. It will go to the foundation of the trou- ble, and make a permanent cure by strengthening and renewing tho nerves. "1 know that Dr. I"N*w I'- irt Cure js a gre\ ^ rente*!/. IV r r....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 September 1904

• v*. " ' ' r v r! A *'*s -Ml; 2 • '1.^'IJ ?"' >" > V,' ' '"'V'v1 9f' ;K ->$ |niWr' . •{. .o r '* . ;■• \ ■ • ? ■ },T ■ ,.i ' ■ .r.j .' . ■ "-"' V' ~-' ' '■"*' ■i.'.'i'iw .*a ■■> ,. - mm Mi irelM iSU ft: & " K pecial Sale! Of Furniture,Carpets, flattings, Shades, Linoleum, Floor Oil Cloth and Picture Frames. Standard Sewing Machines. Sale now on and will continue until present stock is exhausted. I'ZWtr , , ' , ■ '' 1 . m i Hi Bedroom Suits. $125.00 values for $1(>0 00 8 75.00 value for 60 00 $ 50.00 value for 40 00 $ 30.00 value for 25 00 $ 20 00 value for 16 00 Iron Bedsteads, White and All Colors. $ 3.50 values at $ 2 50 $ 5.00 values at. 4 00 $10.00 vplues at 8 00 $15.00 values at 12 50 All Steel Bedspring. $5 00 values tor §4 00 $4.00 values for 3 50 $2.50 values for 2 00 $2.00 values for 1 75 Kitchen Safes. $3.50 values for $2 50 $4.50 values for 4 00 $6.00 values for 5 All 35c grade Matting at 30c a yard- All 30o grade Matting at 26c a yard. Drop-head Stand...

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

~:d/is In these deys of strong competition nobody ci to miss eny Advantage, hot if you Miss the opportunity of coming to our store and buying some of the many bargains in bright new Merchandise you'll MISS THR OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME. J I :-y.. j'l : Y P <> ■t A I Good yd-wide Brown Domeetio Sc. Nbw lino Ladies Belts 25 & 50c. 1/M JPA I? Men's $1.25 3 Dress Shoo Lor Jcb lot Men's $2.00. $2.50, S3.00'S| & $4 SaOFS, ell /luej' $1.50. Asit to see that 50c Men's Black (jramie Suit, 1;o 1312 50 kind for Bleached Table Linen. pi- in 'po.our . oh Lot in Men's Clothing. ■ u.i>rarBsr nro; SmaaBBBgaBSSaBMBBj We will continue our Straw Hut Sale until sold out Any Straw Hat /5c. Boy's Clothes with a reputation for long life are the Mrs. Jane Hopkins BRAND. They are . "BOY PROOF" which means, wear-defy- ing- Fabrics are like life-insurance policies, good to the end Lots of nobby sty'es and various patterns to suit your fancy The prices will tempt you 95c. Aak to see our Good ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 September 1904

Herald. vol. 5 mexia, texas, thursday SEPTEMBER 8, 1904. NO. 36 ' ."'V; n ■ ''-'H ( ^ •Ml ilk One Sales Day Has Passed and Another is Coming! I ItH . BXJT YOU FIND ALWAYS m! U ■ 11 *- - * 4* I 'rm & I'm* ;±tM S'jfe' ::i- '/J h 2s. ^ H. T. McCORKLE STAPLE AND FANCY' HERE WITH LINE THE OF BEST CER1ES ever carried an this part of the Stale, and the CLOSEST PRICES that you can find anywhere. that ! can save you money will name prices. S will seS! you In order to convince vo too lb Sack Salt for 50 cents. 20 lbs Japan Rice for $1.00. 5 gals. Brilliant Oil 65 cents. 54 Bars Greenville Star Soap ior 35 cts. 10 lbs Canister A, & H. Soda 60 cts. 20 Sbs Navy Beans for $1.00. 8 lbs Best Rio Coffee $!.oo. 7 lbs Pea Berry Coffee Si.00. 7 pkg Lion, Arbuckle, 4X, Star and Cres= cent or Porto Rico Coffee for $i,oo. Tea per lb 35 cts to $1.00. Groceries price. are unsurpassed in quality and Space will riot permit of naming more jprices, but 1 wish to call your attention to the ! fact that my...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 September 1904

serf - SPlfl f* ; *fr ^ 4* "i* 4* :.,4 «fc *1+ 4* j 4* £ ♦f* ,4 1,4" 4* 4*. *f* 4* *f* *$• ^ *J* *^i^.il5 •> i- ..- HP S&; ;•'• - HAYING BOUGHT A NICE CLEAN STOCK OF Goods, Dress Goods, Trimmings, Embroideries, Leces, Corsets, Notions, Shoes, Hets, Clothing, Gloves at Consiilorably Less than 100 cents on the $, we are going to give onr trade the full benefit of the purchase and sell them to you at EXACTLY WHOLESALE COST. ««sn he Cost Mark is: NEPUSDAROMX I 2 34 5 6 7 8 9 0 Repeat So you can readily see you are buying at ActualWholesale 'Price. As the goods S have not arrived at time of giving printer copy of circular can not quote a 11 great many of former prices and their cost so just give you cost of some of g§j the "roods: rs| Dress Goods. 12 1-23 Worsteds 7 I-2c rOc Worsteds 10c 25c Worsteds 17 l-2c 35c Worsteds 27 l-2c §1 ,25 and £1.50 per yard Waiting Silks 98c $10 and 12 1-2 Nainsook 8o 15c Nainsook 10c 15c Stap1.es. (! bars Ivory Soap 25c 7 bars Fairy Soojv 25c 7 bars...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 September 1904

■ . . ■! i '• ''• ''•'*■ ' . . "'''' ' ft' t $. , ' ' ■ •' 1^—— lll !■ II yv ♦ y+< r l JV r4 7 tWT«Jri T>MlTTTJ' Wagner & Brandon BryaD, Texas. Wagner & Patout Navasota, Tex. A. J. Wagner & Co. Huntwlle, Tex. WAGNER & RIMASSA Mexia, Texas. Wagner <5 ir>tephet on Cameron, Te.<. A. J. Wagner & Co. 396 Broadway. New York. 1 Now For A Big Fall Business. ! I Never before in our history have we rtiade Huch preparations for a rousing trade as we have this season. M'-nths ago we began planning for Fall. With our facilities for buying and handling merchandise which is un quailed iis the State, out- Mr. Wagner being a resident of Now York, watching the markets and being in a position to sccuro the real now tilings first, which are forwarded at ouce to his Texas stores. Wilh our buy and sell for cash system, getting our goods from first hands I with no middle man to share profits, which insures your Dollars to go fartlr.r Here. With the above facts presented;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 September 1904

■ , -ymm SsSGsliK^^ssy 5 n I M I i t !-! li 1,1 m ■ Wmt The only kind of consump- tion to fear is " neglected consumption." People are learning that con- sumption is a curable disease. It is neglected consumption that is so often incurable. At the faintest suspicion of consumption get a bottle of Scott's Emulsion and begin regular doses. The use of Scott's Emulsion at once, has, in thousands of cases, turned the balance in favor of health. Neglected consumption does not exist where Scott's Emul- sion is. Prompt use of Scott's Emul-' sion checks the disease while it can be checked. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. Misses Eulau Mae Mitchell aod Myrtle Street returned Sunday night from a visit to the world's fair. __ attend To Your Liver, No organ in the human body can give as many different kinds of trouble as the liver when it is]not right. Siiumors' Liver Purifier makes it right and keeps it so. drawing...

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