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

«l I ' H fM I ' mi" S. 'Mi?!! % i^M||PPfpl! P^ ■;•>■ ' ■ Vj rZMF:! Ilules I J. 1 = 2 TO 'iL< "r/:' :';k' ';1 ^V;' '■' '■'/' ;: '■' 'V '," V: ' ■' ■ ' /VS^M ■I ii ■■I.i RETIREMENT OF DAFFAN. 1 ■ 1 ■ 1 ■ 1 1 1 1 5 1-3 hands i ;L>' -.1-3 •/ J this trade see in nnc ee to eight years old; one and two yea" 1 young; mares. * ~°33 niu"es Iri fiexi (r 5 •«- p VOI * W P n t u. S ; u '**■ 7 v? v t l u. u a a- ^30V^ t! -rl S""5- rfO? iL-i a fl t.-i I.:-- s U ..sj4 **k,y sarisaHcas .M General Surprise and Pub- lic Regret Are Ex- pressed. The official circulars are now announcine the retirement of Coi. L. A. Daffan from t'he po-itlon of superintendent with the Hous- ton and Texas Central ami the appointment of his successor. They are aa follows: Houston, Texas, Sept. 1. —-Ef- fective this date, Mi1. E. K. Shack- ford is h reby appointed suyerin- tennent of the Second division of this company, with headquarter* :.i E.v is, vies L. A. Daft'aa, as- signed to other duties. W ■ 15. Scott, Gen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 8 September 1904

pi m OUR IjAST SALES DAY WAS A BIG SUCCESS, OUR NEXT ONE WILL BE ON A GRANDEE SCALE! J Come All! fp want everybody to attend our next Sales Day, Wednesday, September 21st. to nM to meet with vis again on that occasion. The Exhibits will be mov • more numerous. 'Hiere will be a Grand Parade at 10 o'clock in the morning, many features of amusement, pleasing to cfd and young. Bring your farr'ikr. all ye old maids, ye old bachelors! There is a chance for you all on this day. Let':- nt tiood time. We extend an invitation to every Confederate Soldier to join in t,;e GRAND PARADE A1 and i.vc extend a most cordial invitation •' .u-ive, the K-'rizes are Tlore Libera! and ••aded by a Brass Band and there will be y 551* sweethearts, your hired help. Come ake this a Big Holiday and Set's all have a 'CLOCK if possible wear the old uniform you came out of the war with, but by ail means ccme and join the parade. We want everybody and every kind of stock and vehicle in this parade. No one is barred...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 15 September 1904

® )(/T" fj. • fj f^p . >! , * Mgfn| ' f'i pi f < r^' '1/ ly-Vi "' ;* |S ' _ i t j* , ^ f||. % | $jj| */•' I | "• Jp* fe|| *'M> See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire. Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas psffP Herald u'-i- • ■ihh •* •;• w 'i'V t: V \ * Kf*'; ftl'v'. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15* 1904. NO. 3 7 mam mr V':, i m m .72SS53 1 mi 1 ii 11 mwi inn I'lin if 11 ararcrjw^**r3ra>?^^ wuM-wnu ^ i ^.rr^w**rxr*imw munwftytma^M1 ETltfffl -1 ■""I /V-. lLu**ef JL^ 81A Jk!L 3S2i. r^ZIXSmSXmummmtNmunaamBK1 .BCT.iTI^m-r!aaja!fg on a c« % ^ in? r% \ !& i~~* gLJ? % VOL. 5 hi(^il^ppnnhnwwm^xf*jv,r3rnr7:to*rtv.: .«'■ w - --.k-miunii. j? - \opfici?5nfiBBflooaoVaMOftnaa ofl aaoiiHOBi5i>ft^v^tl.o!>oo£>'"<,oaflo,)So.oop,5ficiooaa««floao<?o&ft&ft0«««ooo vv • ■ 0<"• «a d & ■!> 0 o s^'O ' O "«• 0 : 0 '0 ,; a # 0 •a. o o 0 0 0. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • K 0 CI 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 ■0 o 0 0 0 0 o 0 a 0 0 0 # 0 0 0 -0 0 0 xmBPmiRsxsEKissmmaBmm Etasm V Z2 ^^,^flllBai ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 15 September 1904

.ike the running brook, the I blood that flows through the veins has to come from sorncwheic. The springs of red blood are found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen. Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen are full of fat. Scott's Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats, the pure cod liver oil. For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale, Scott's Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food. It not only feeds the blood-making organs but gives them strength to do their proper work. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, • New York- 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. Mrs. Mac Oliphatit and chil- dren left Sunday for Austin, their future home. attend To Your Liver, No organ in the human bedy can give as many different kinds of trouble as the livor when it is^not right. Simmors' Liver Purifier makes it right and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 15 September 1904

^'.*£^.VOl D AMD MEbbOW /A W i Just one trial gets your future orders wMC«v. WHISKEY M..CH DAS.LAS.TEXAS. •'«« .eca I K ST. LOUIS.' ,OFFER3 Our Guaran- tee is bacK of every transaction. Writo us for Price List and Particulars. A4dr-its orders to YEOMAN DISTILLING CO DALLAS BRANCH <J5S MAIN ST. o.aox 3G. 1 m t t t *W £ •V «• «v £ « S ^ ' '■"iA a LESS THAW iQNE FARE RATE TO SAM FRANCISCO, CAL, AND RETURN Will H -J r;)y Au;;\ 15 to Sept. 10th mcluilve: from Ai! «.>n All {.?-.>r!S in r«u and isie South west, via I w ft ! $ # 1 '"'TUB DENVER ROAD" in eithei'^one or both directions according to wish of passengers. I CHOICE OF ROUTES ELEGANT TRAINS. | Electric Fans and Berth Lights. Observation Bioing Cars. KJAL3 A LA CARTE. 6Z™HB LOW KATES: . TO THE . Summer Resorts ALLOWING Stop-over at St. K 1 s LOUiEJ. | 't. S •?< ■>v ■s <1 arrangement wakes the very ■ i 1 1 Ht'-p-ovor privil• ' doubly valuable and will j catly enhance the pl-os- uiv o:' 1 ho.-'o d;1 r-intv "an ontfen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 15 September 1904

Miss the opportunity of coming to our store and buying some of the many bargains in bright new Merchandise you'll MISS THF. OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME. Ask to Kt>r> 011« Job Lot in Ask to see that Moo's Black Granite Su't..1 I!ib SI2 50 Kind for Jcb lot Men s $2.00. «g.50, $3.00 & $4 Snoce, choice ir# , Good vd-wide Brown Domestic Clothing. Bleached Table Linen. $1.50. [■BmaMWHMBiLWtW.'-TTgE jj Job in Ladies' Waist's, was 50e, 75o & Choice We will continue our Straw Hat Sale until sold out Any StravV Hat JSc. I<ew more those $1 and $1.25 Ladiee' Slippers for Good Apron Ginghams at Ne-w line Ladies Belts 25 & 50c* psq Look at our Men's All 10c Figured Dimities go at Prettv line of Ladies Waist. Sets in Pearl & Brass Good Dress Calicoes Men's SI.25 Dress Shoo loi Most all mothers arc proud of their boys Want t.o tog yours up swell? Press h'r in a $2.50 Suits. 15 and 25c. rasasmsmsmsmss: Ask to see those Ask to see those BBSU with a reputation for long; life ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 15 September 1904

m ?i wmmm mm mmm ■■ al'k: * .1 ■ Wagner & Brandon Bryan, Texas. / Wagner & Patout Navasota, Tex. A. J. Wagner & Co. Huntsville, Tex. WAGNER & RIMASSA Mexia, Texas. I i Wagner A btephenson Cameron, Te.t. A. J. Wagner A Co. 396 Broadway. , New York. Now For A Big Fall_ B usiness. ^ " ~ - i"i ma mi " , Never hefoie in our history have we made such preparations for a rousing trade as we have this season. Mentha ago we began planning for Fall. With our facilities for buying and handling merchandise which is unequalled in the State, our Mr. Wagner being a resident of New York, watching; the markets an 1 being in a position to secure the reai new things first, which are forwarded at once to his Texas stores. With oui' buy and sell for cash system, getting our goods from first hands with no middle man to share profits, which insures your Dollars to go farther,tiere. With the above facts presented; its with 'a feelirg of pride we announce the arrival of the largest and most c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 15 September 1904

: aro a ■ ■ wxm m mr .uU>' A SEPTEMB'R t M^ML WKSg |?Jb 11 *z 'f s ■•■. . 1 fcfsl II OUR LAST SALES DAT WAS A BIG SUCCESS, OUR NEXT ONE is'i WILL BE ON A GRANDER SCALE! II (1 \Q7a> V S.; h*"*r « ome One &&! ST> All! i-" .ft want everybody to attend our next Sales Day, Wednesday, September 21st, a; S&frJ 11 to all to meet with us a era in on that occasion. The Exhibits will be more " 1 i§#> mor^* numerous, i hare will be a Grand Parade at no o'clock in the morning, extend a irufst cordial invitation , the Arises are florc Liberal and by a Brass Band and there will be ;tr sweethearts, your hired help. Come :.i;e this a Big Holiday and let's all have a jjpsM pi —•— — ' E •'' I L/ - %.&,—A W Jl — .w i> < ■mr ~ J-{ possible wear the old uniform you came out of the war with, but by aii means come and join the parade. everybody and every kind of stock and vehicle in this parade. No ono is barred. Put in your fat horses, fat mules and v>Mi $$|S cells, fa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 15 September 1904

> " i ': ~v Mgm Sale The Love of Eating. . IS THE AMERICAN BECOM- ING A GOURMAND ? 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. mm r ' -ii Bedroom Suits. $125.00 value for $100 pO $ 75 00 value for fiQ oq $ 50.00 vulue fop 40 00 $ 30.00 value for 35 00 $ 20 00 villus fo." ig 00 Iron Bedsteads, White and All Colors. $ 3.f>0 values at $ 2 50 $ 5 00 values at 4 00 $10.00 values at 8 00 S1500 values at 12 50 4U Steel Bedspring. S5 00 values tor §4 00 $4.00 values for 3 50 $2.50 valuen 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 oj All 35c grade Matting; at 30o a yard. All 30e grade Matting; at a vanl. Drop-head Standard Vibrator Shut- tle Sowing Machines. $22 50 values for $18 00 830.00 value Tor 25 00 Rotary Shut tle $35 valui for 30 00 Drop-head Rotary Shuttle, Auto- matic Lift, MO v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 15 September 1904

the oouuty court for ths past week: CIVIL DOCKET. &. I.. Andrews vs. Mexia Loan & Trust Co; dismissed. Germany Bros. vs. C, M. Tull; cou- rt of Texa's vs: Sylvester Bro "l:n,giiutitig; dismissed. Ed Green, gaming:, bo ml forfeited: O. P. Coneland i nd T. P. Smith, Is called again to the exceedingly Low Prices made at V. Wolverton's on tinned. CRIMIN AL DOCKET nd take advantage of the very iW® ol^reiTOOit• f^epnsr Work a Specialty. ®®00®©0®8w®90:• > o so© ® a 0 0® ® c©.; «awsr.-s9w ? • 3 cc© m or '.11 * d. plea of Copoland i sureties. S j Kucker Given, giilisiue; 5 j felted ; G -r>. Armour, Bill A J. M. Wiglflj sureties. G,':i. U.iVi-j, j.-.-uifeff; disjiii Jnuins Houston, $2luuuj guilty Wo titled $10. Uh . ! « Jiuii'.'.s Houston, .;u;uii!£; dismissed, j ^ Towi dismiss «'d. Mitchell'Ward, gaming; dismissed. i 4> Jt.hu Freeman, gnmiinc; iK'ini^n'.l. *< Chas. Crawford, vioaltiup local ap-; *; Hon lav; tried by a jury, verdiel| «> i guilty c.vtl fined 625,00 and 3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 September 1904

II™. gara^*; —— mith ior Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas State Herald. VOL. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22,1904. NO. 38 (I 9 MM VI m The (iheapes-t prices quoted on this page to be funnel in Central Texas and we huve tbe goods as advertised. New Novelties. Lace Collars. Ladies Purses. New Belts—New Gloves. An entirely new line of Hj Vests and Hosiery. & The real new things in 0 Dress Trimmings. S WAGNER & Mexia, Texas if. New fall Merchandise. Every department beaming with bright fresh goods. We are now ready to show you complete Mnes, comprising the largest, best assorted and most select stock ever shown by us. We quote a few items as an index to prices and they will prove to you that it will make it expensive for you to buy elsewhere. Don't pass light- ly over this page Compare prices with those quoted any- where, you will find us lower. To test cur prices | glance at quota- I tions made on goods | you are posted on. | •t« & S535m3HP®iK3!ffiSjffl«®...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 September 1904

U Is V/omen Who ISJoocl Most Relief From Littl© Iriri" Pa in a lad Achcs, Site J.Iik"..' Ar.ti-1'iiiii • rails aro 1 r I j' I • J' ■ ' . Rf( - ]'• ii I I [. t I • w)V K. ! I, . mk&: SM MMH. ^t'fanan'a dillcate norvovis organism to tlio least jurrtns Influence, and ac:>e cr l',ln la tVie result. The remo.iy Is at hand— ■it. AiaW Antl-rain Fills; ■Zi.vy ■:-t nuv't man-'-lously on wan- •j*' ' '•>•* ••••:«' «.nv:antral, r.nil relievo and ,.Wn Mio pains to wlilKh slio Is a martyr. Mead-.-, Aav. iiouralglao pains, monthly ■M'jis. and; nil kinds of pains disappear, a gentle hand had lightly soothed M.'i'i away. Klzslncsn, Hash of Blood •* head, Toothache, Backache aro sl£. ;ired by these "Little Comforters." nUTft without danger of disagreeable ^j?.r-tfffectc"; curcd quickly; cured vALh- M;r* .-.n natural action on liver, stomach, At ather Intcrnfil organs. St, Stiles' Anti-Pain Tails please the jv-">'n, and t' -■ o'.-.rT-Aen ■<: ice til -n 1 .•- they ar * t:'-Lsy to L.l.o ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 September 1904

: ™ " i- ;■' ■ * - W- §fe m::,- ■' mm Of Furniture, Carpets, Hattings, Shades, Linoleum, Floor Oil Cloth and Picture Frames. Standard Sewing Machines. Sale now on and will continue until present stock is exhausted. vr-' ■ Hksbri&5 mWi H Bedroom suits. $125,00 value for.... S 75 00 value for if! 50.00 value for . $• 30.00 value for... $ 20,00 valu e fo. . .$100 00 HO 00 40 00 ■25 00 16 00 ,-ffl \ ■' I IK I I 1 'V. v. Iron Bedsteads, White and All Colors. $ 3,.F)0 valuo a t $ 2 50 $ 5.00 values at : 4 00 $10.01 vSluva at 8 On $15.00 values at 12 50 A!! Steel Bedspring, 82 50 4- 00 5 OJ C© Koltfir.g Beds, Extension Tabhv, Sideboards, China Closets, Leather and Velour Concho-*, Odd Pieces of ;v,if shapes, Chair--. Rocker--, etc., ot all grades s'.nd price:-. Wall Paper. ©) Window Slides ana Bicycles. JOB LOT TO CLOSE OUt AT COST and BELOW. (£>> 8SK our lr.e;iJh and the pubie* to call and see the bargains we have to offer. ®) Our stock of Caskets, Coffins, Robes and Suits is co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 September 1904

; i I Miss the opportunity of coming to our store and buying some of the many bargains in bright new Merchandise you'i! MISS THF. OPPORTUNITY OF A LINE TIME. ,, Good vd-wide r Brown Domestic Sc. Boy's Clothes with a reputation for long life are ihe j Mrs. Jane Hopkins a: New line Ladies I, Belts 25 & 50c. mimaimtssis. Mot's SI.25 Dress S^hoe lor 95c. Ask to sec our 5c. Embroidery. Jcb 'lot Men's $2.00, $2.50, S3.001 & $4 Snoes, oh jicej $1.50. wmmmmmmmsassm I Ask to see that 50c I v i e BRAND. They are "BOY PROOF" which means, wear-defy- ing. Fabrics are like life-insurance policies, good to the end Lots of bobby styles and various patterns to suit your fancy The prices will tempt you Good Apron Ginghams at 5C yd- All 10c Figured Dimities go at Sc. ^.•.vafcmw«aswv!.-ji.^'-ir.y Bleached Table Linen. . We will continue our Straw Hat Sale until sold out Any Straw Hat J[5c. g«BBH Prottv line of Ladies Waist Sets jn Pearl & Brass 15 and 25c. To arrive pretty new China Mat- ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 September 1904

l.W&'T *tom , *r ■ •'• ■ ''• Jpi rpt (It. ■f\ President,! 'ALTON B. PARKER"" j£: t" ill t .4 11 L I % 1 1 ii I 1 % . ■. 'h ■ 1 -po /Fo It jVice-President. H. G. DAVIS. UnitedCStdtefiJSenator, c.:a.;culberson. Governor, t""" S. W. T; LANBAM. PorJIieutenant Governor, GEORGE.D-NEAL. For Attorney-General,I R. Y. DAVIDSON.3 '/For State Treasurer,; JOHN W. ROBBINS. :or Comptroller." JOHN W. STEPHENS. For Land Commissioner. J. J. TERRELL. For State Supt. of Public Instruction, t'R. B. COUSINS.' For Judge Supreme Court,! J, T_ BROWN. "j For Judge Court of Criminal Appeal?, M. M. BROOKS. For Congress, OthDistrict, SCOTT FIELD. x For Judge 13th Judicial District— L B COBB (He-election) For District Attorney 13th DisO LUTHER A JOHNSON; For State Senator, 12ili District— A J HARPER For Floater, counties of Limestone, Falls and Mclennan— A M KENNEDY W C O' BRYAN For Representative, \V J BRYANT For County Judge— J AS KIM BELL For County Attorney— WM. (BILL) KENNEDY; For District Clerk— W. T. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 September 1904

$0/.' • m, m n i \ R! imbers of oak keep the old imcstead standing through ;he years. It pays to use the right stuff. " Men of oak" are men in rugged health, men whose bodies are made of the sound- est materials. Childhood is the time to lay the foundation for a sturdy con- stitution that will last for years. Scott's Emulsion is the right stuff. Scott's Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children, helps them build a firm foundation for a sturdy consti- tution. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists. 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and $1.00; all druutrists. ,ln< 1; Womack up to CorsKana noon. «r,d wife went Sunday aftei- Seelcs No l urtiier. "No more r.auseous doses of quinine and the like for me Cbea;hara's Lax- ative Tablets are surer in effect and far luoie pleasant; and convenient to take I seek no further for a s.-tfe and sure cnrB for Chills, Bi!liouw<v; and a. 25c per box. * Etfw. Dubois. Juton Kouge, La Mrs b. J. (Jibba left Sunday for St. Louis ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 September 1904

if 11 h :'. EfT '"y mm XaRT't ST. LOUIS.1 fe- .. . OFFERS ,.. IGHOICE OF ROUTES ^ ELEGANT TRAINS. I Electric Fans and Berth Lights. Observation Dining Cars. &.-ALS A LA CARTE. W , k.4 K3 P m . TO TH E . lpwiwg stop-.oven a low: For Full Information, &6£tt3Z • O W. A. TL'!.".Y, ) v jton'l ! 263 ■nsjer Ageas, ri'. \\ /.itu, 'Cl.'.T U / ■ rrrsrr:: • mMMtnmsKSMliOMBHiiHi-' (Jen. Lwto Col. Lyoii. , Following is a very complimen- tary letter from Gen. J. M . Leo. commanding the brigade in which the 2nd Tuxes regiment served a; trie Manassas maneuvers, to Col. Cecil A. Lyon commanding the regiment. It shows the manner in which our boys did their woik and the esteem in which they are held by oae of the best officers in the army. Gen. Lee is the oom- mander of tho department ot Texan and is stationed at Sail Ai:- totno. Here is the letter in full: "Headquarters Fii'ffc Brigade, Second i Division. Provisional Manouver Corps. J Maneuver Comp No. 2, Thoroughfare, Va., Sept. !), 1901. Co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 September 1904

MM wwm ses tne m 1 * £W *" f* v ''f"' '''' ■ it in Attendance and EK KpJ?i. fii f hi • V- ■ Variety of Amusements. A Magnificent Street Parade. A Fine Lot cf Exhibits of Products from the Farm, the Garden, the Orchard, the Dairy and the Barn Yard—The Prize Winners«-The Day a I leasant One and Everybody Enjoyed It. Alexia's second Sales Day was .1 ioeeesa. even beyond the ex- pectations of soma of tiie most aothusiastio ad creates of the S "iif people seemed to 5tbi k thatI'd [.toplo Wtuld be to town, and ! p busy t.i o ni' 9,1 ttI fney would have' to oi.jplay at this season unit ald nut come in on that ac- tvunl. Both of these classes Tftre rri3taken, for the people **■?«•• here from afar and fro in square and played some music, showing that we some musicians here, for have only he^n rehearsing a nights, and Jjthey already like veterans. The parade was made up good have thov few play of ~d all hath something sear-ny, a V display, 3'heopeta house was used to ■isphv the products of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 September 1904

. - Ws %'■ . fc €' Jfr * "ire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas Hlfflli he State Herald. VOL. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1904. NO. 39 I r*! The cheapest prices quoted on this page to be |i fonnd in Central Texas and we have the goods as advertised. New Novelties. Laco Collars. Ladies Purses. New Belts—New Gloves. An entirely new line of Vests and Hosiery. The real new things in Dress Trimmings. agigniiaiiBiBfflatiriaimniataiiiiaiaiUiammiiiiiri WAGNER & RIMASSA Mexia, Texas. New fall Merchandise. Every department beaming with bright fresh goods. We are now ready to show you complete lines, comprising the largest, best assorted and most select stock ever shown by us. We quote a few items as dn index to prices and they will prove to you that it will make it expensive for you to buy elsewhere. ------- D on't pass light- ly over this page Compare prices with those quoted any- where, you will find us lower. $ f ! <> To test cur prices giance at quota- tions ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 September 1904

:: jplcssncrts Is a of Nerve Trou- Mo and Should lie Lcollcd To. "JEttr** ?*;\o t! '0 different maniXcsta- :& a£ sleep1. ^rioss. JPSs'.si. .barCly to sleep a wink all night, *wr*r:ti: io lie fiv/aUo a Ions time before • taXiir ^iee;; t'.ilrd, to f:rTl asleep soon, ■wnator 49 after Several hours and then dbvi i^ird to sleep again. TSvr*. mean tliat somewhere In the xi-vi Uteres, somewhere In the brain .■**£&, ( me where in the blood vessels •ttwi .-iryy. blood to the brain, something irEuC'fially wrong, and must be righted, vwr -:.:J may be worse than death. it. tako Dr. Allies' Nervine. iSfcarats yther i-;,'mptoms of nerve trou- "itf Dizziness, Headache, Back- "Worry. Fretfulness, Irritability, niSti.vt vlcly, Lsiclc of Ambition. U.'Lj : riuieate diseases which may lead .**. J.'T:'>rsy. Fits,' St. Vitus' Dance, 2V«rr%«s Prostration, Paralysis, Insanity, i' viing v. lll givs such quick and last* I' as l>r. Mile.*' r.'ervine. husband liad been gir*v for weeks, r*r-yLJ s....

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