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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 September 1904

WW 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. What The Earth Prodnces. Bedroom buits. $125.00 value for Slf'O 00 S 75 00 value for ; 00 00 $ 50.00 value for 40 00 $> .'30.00 value for 2"> 00 S 20.00 valm fo • 10 00 Iron Bedsteads, White and All Colors. $ 3.;iO values at $ 2 50 § 5.00 values at 1 4 00 $10,00 values at - 8 00 S15.00 values at 12 50 Steel Bedspring. S5 00 values tm; ' *4 00 $4.00 values for o 50 $2.50 values for.——., 2 00 $2.00 valuer for 1 75 Kitchen Safes. $3.50 values for Si' 50 $1.50 values for 1 00 $6.00 values for 5 Oj All 35c grade Matting at 30o a yard- All 30o grade Matting at 25c a yard. Drop-head Standard V i bra tor Shut- tle Sewing Machines, $22.50 values for $18 00 $30.00 value for 25 00 Rotary Shuttle $35 vnlur: for ISO 00 Drop-head Iiotary Shuttle, Auto- matic Lift, $40 value for 35 00 r< (< ) Folding Beds, Ext...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 September 1904

mm : ■ . #*«■*' - f i*" * vr'J,-; YOU'LL MISS SOMETHING. lii thisi days of strong competition nobody em affor® to miss any Advaataeo, but if p *> i 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 LINE TlMfc. lacW Boy's Clothes with a reputation for |j long life are the Mrs. Jane Hopkins BRAND. The}' are "BOY PROOF" which means, wear-defy- p ing. Fabrics are like life-insurance policies, good to the end Lots of nobby styles and various patterns to suit your fancy The prices will tempt you Good yd-wide Brown Domestic 5c. New line Ladies Belts 25 &. 50c. Men's $1.25 Dress Mhoe for 95c. Ask to see our 5c. Embroidery. 'asaaBHrncaapmaaBB Job lot Men's $2.00. $2.50, $3.00 & $4 Snoes, choice $1.50. Good Apron Ginghams at 5cyd. Ask to see that 50c Bleached Table Linen. To arrive pretty new China Mat- ting Plain, White and Fancy.the 35c kind 25c. bee our line o? Brilllantine Dress Goods, 65...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 September 1904

lICKBll fill m i i i ■ ■ j , ■ ■ m R& JPor President,! ^ •ALTON B.IPABKEB., For Vice-President, W% H. G. DAVIS. For UnitedCStaleeJSenator, O.JJAfSCULBBESON. For Governor, , „ B. "W. T: LANHAM. Foir Lieutenant Governor, GEORGE D NEAL. For ^troiney-General,; R. V. DAVIDSON.B For State Treasurer," JOHN W. ROBBINS.; For Com ptroller, ~ JOHN "W. STEPHENS. For Land Commissioner. J. J. TERRELL. For State Supt.of Public Instruction, JR. B. COUSINS. For Judge Supreme Court. I / J. T. BROWN. For Judge Court of Criminal Apptalp, M. M. BROOKS. For Congress, 6th District, SCOTT FIELD. For J udge 13th .Tudicial District— L B COBB (Re-election) For District Attorney 13th Dist j LUTHER A.JOHNSON) For State Senator, 12th District— A J HARPER For Floater, counties ot Limestone, Falls and Mclennan— A M KENNEDY W C O'BRYAN For Representative,* 3 {*•,„ W J BRYANT For County Judge— jAti KLNIBELLJ For County Attorney— WM (BILL) KENNEDY;™ For District Clerk— W. T. STOCKTON. For County Clerk— AUF MILLS ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 September 1904

Timbers of oak keep the old homestead standing through the 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. EOc. and $1.00; all druggists. A Sunday Evening; Fire * Sunday eventng about 7:30 o'clock the residenou of Mr. Lawaon Sewall, together with about all the household effects was destroyed by fire. The origin of the fire is un- Koaee ujw irittujgunueu toe sales day plan and the Cyclone says it is a trade winner. We know that. Only Did His Dutv as Me Saw It. "I deem it roy dutv to add a word of praise for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lteuiedy," say...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 September 1904

W.y.M'l'" M1,1 f'""1 'r || 11 'H #;:?$ '.f it uMe - . V g 1 It -.. ¥■ II 1 kJ lit I x \ -K / ieM .OFFERS CHOICE OFROUTES ELEGANT TRAINS. Electric Fans and Berth Lights. Observation Dining Cars. IK^ALS A LA CARTE. Low Hates . . .TO THE . . . Summer Resorts, ALLOWING STOP-OVER AT ST. LOUIS f f, For PuIJ Information, address © W. A. TULEY, 1> Glen'l Passenger Agent, FT. WGUTII, TEX tag———ijti jpw m wan NINE FULL DAYS OF FUN AND FROLIG —— WHAT YOU W1I.L SEE AT *THE DALLAS GRAND FESTIVAL High Class Shows, Grand Parades and Pageants, Gorgeous Cavalcades,a World of flusic and a Hurricane of Genuine Pleas= ure for All. (ret ready everybody and go to the Texas Grand festival arid Kaliph's Celebration at, Dallas, commencing October 8th and continuing nine days. Don't miss it; ifycu do. you •will regret it as long as you live. There will be more to see there than at any fail <>r carnival ever held in Texu.-,, and there will be mora fan, more frolic, more joli- ficition and more solid ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 September 1904

jgEjgggggsBSBtjWMmmBW OF THE PUNTERS # ■ : il Chiton Growers Conven- tions fleets With l Large Crowd. 438RESS BY E. S. PETERS 'Susans Greatly Interested k) Proceedings of Heet- isjg--Mr Morse Speaks About Southern Cot- ton Company. H. Louis, Mo., Sept. 2<> — Stemiwent planters of Geoigts. iUiiama, M;?sissippi, Texas am! >♦ be? states filled the auditorium jrf 3he Agricultural building at eWorld's Fair this morning at ttki*0Denin<? or the convention of -Sfcssf Southern Cotton Growers' Efts>t<?etive A S' cation. President Ha i vie Jordan of ca'Io i the gathering to jussfc-n1, at 10 o'clock. Thb visi- '&.m were greeted by President '£*60018 of the exposition and py.x&ne W. Taylor, chief of the jpnoiy-Ikural section. l-Yr the 3 i rs response was made by T. & iParker nf Raleigh, N. C. Resident Jordan delivered a kr .srou-3 ad dreg-, iri winch he set iJh the purpose of theconven- •5fcx>io be to discuss and perfect >&5t way> and means for the :®Ja...

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

See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire. Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas VOL. s MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOIiliR 6, 1904. NO. 40 > mm m )■ ar Mukden De„attl Barnett GibEis Japanese Scouts Routed a Troop of Russian Cavalry. FRONT ginning to show signs of decay and unless repairs are made or: it soon, it will really be pi ore dan gernus than the old building Ilia' was torn down. There have been numerous small cracks in the wall for some time to whie.l) POPUI 1ST 1 no noC'ce wua "!ven tliey riot be- ing regarded seriously, but of CANDIDATE I OR GOV !au, there has A FORMER !VE AYS GOOD RACING AT THE BAlLAS FESTIVAL YOU WILL SEE HORSES THERE FROM ALL OVER THE U. S. ERNOR HAS PASS- ED AWAY. UTILE NEWS hROM MANCHURIA AND LESS FROfl PORT ARTHUR==BOTH SIDES ARE RESTING—THE WEATHER ON THE WHOLE IS VFRY GOOD. ' Was Stricken Thursday Has Been ill Most of Time During Past Fifteen Years Was Prominent in Texas Politics. appeared an im- mense crack in the north hallway which shows the north wall ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 October 1904

■Mp , IsPa Your Heart. When If our Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood, Trouble Results. Xavc you Iiocrt trouble? Tou liave. if jou find It hard to breat'a# *it r walUintf u;i stairs, exercising. eto. ■ jou have pain In your loft side. In «>resl, back or shoulder. If you .suffer cold extremities, pale face, blue dtps, dry ooujh, swollen ankles. jjf you havo fainting spells, breast flosng. palpitation, redness of the face. Macomfort in sleeping on one side. The only scientific treatment for this *fc«le train of troubles Is Dr. Miles' W«sw Heart Cure. Dr. iililoa' New Heart Cure Is the > iowcriptlon of a famous specialist, whose great success in treating obstl- A-vV' Bcrvoun heart disease has made his mreaie pre-eminent in the medical and jrvriilific world. 'T.bs medicine will cure you. Wo know ■A. We want you to prove It. If first jtaAtlo docs not benefit, your druggist will give you back your money. "I liovo for several ynnrs suiTer^d at MSrncs with heart troul. b. I B"t so I could...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 October 1904

€"&~' ■Pi ■el 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. Bedroom Miits. $125.00 value for $100 00 $ 75.00 value for 00 00 $ 50.00 value for _ !.... 40 00 <B 30.00 value for 25 00 $ 20.00 valusfo;- 10 00 Iron Bedsteads, White and All Colors. 3.f>0 values at - $ 2 ;30 $ 5.00 values at 4 00 $10.00 values 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 Ou All 35c grade Matting at 30c a yard All 30c grade Matting at 2 >c a yard. Drop-head Standard Vibrator Shut- tle Sowing Machines, $22.50 values for $18 00 $30.00 value for 25 00 Rotary Shuttle 835 valu3 for 30 00 Drop-head Rotary Shuttle, Auto- matic Lift, 140 value for 35 00 Girlhood Womanhood ■MOTHERHOOD Fold...

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

V , V ■ .fi. i • 1 •••• |Lit at tfc# pottofflee at Mexia, ike Charles, La., baa a lady sher for a pastor of one of ohurohes. vo wrecks reported yesterday, f in (fenada and one near El People killed in both. hep ■■ Isgolag to marry Iim May Irria, an aotrm whom be ha* known for a number of years. Perhaps (bat is tba ration Da^id bss announced thst he is out of politics. He is going to support tba leading lady on the stags of lifs. The jury in the Burton case at Athens has failed to agree. This is one of the Palestine crim- inal assault "cases about which you have probably read. Some- thing wrong with that jury. The man is either guilty or innocent, and an intelligent jury should be able to agree on such a case. the reoant local option elec- ta Matagorda count? the won out by about 200 lority. feport comes from New fk tJhat Miss Alice Roosavelt i Congressman Nicholas Long f of. Ohio are soon to be fid. people of South Fork, Ky., |ving ou: the negroes be- negro woman stabhed a lady who ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 October 1904

; .f # ■ ,&, ' - ) ■■J"';J 1 W- ■ i Kv't?;.. 0 \ di -i L Wmw; RfBS ;;-y ' A 5SE —IfP- Ticket, For. President, ^ ALTON B. PABKER. ' Por Vice-President,! H. O. DAVIS. For UnitedCSUteslfeuator, C.,A.;CULBBR80N. Por Governor, 8. W. T^LANHAM. F(or Lieutenant Governor, GEORGE D NEAL. Por Attorney-General, R. V. DAVIDSON. 1 Por State Treasurer,* JOHN W. ROBBINS.I Por Comptroller, JOHN W. STEPHENS. Fox^I-and Commissioner J. J, 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. For Judge 13th Judicial District—| L B COBB (He-election) For District Attorney 13th Dist^ H LUTHER-A ^JOHNSONJ For State Senator, 12th District— A J HARPER For Floater, counties of Limestone, Falls and Mclennan— A M KENNEDY W O O'BRYAN For Representative, W J BRYANT For County Judge— jAfc5 KIM BELL For County Attorney— gWM (BILL) KENNEDY; For District Clerk— W. T.* ST...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 October 1904

a pou is &ung woman ptf d^for lids-of fle&V '"*" She'ViiS'thin and weak and aid one dollar for a "bottle" of Icott's Emulsion, and by tak- Ig regular doses had gained ivelve pounds in weight before be bottle was finished. Eight cents a pound is leap for such valuable ma- fcrial. Some pay more, some Iss, some get nothing for Tieir money. You get your jioney's worth when you buy Icoft's Emulsion. |fe will send you a little |:OTT & BOWNE, Chemists, Pearl Street, New York. I 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. J?.«f Tifriea J^SKnber nnl's Lightning Oil. After gain# it 0110%', bowev«ir. I reaHaed-I tattl! iontul the best there was, and it WaS".tto£lWs Mis. W. E. J ones and. little son, Master Tilford, are visiting- relatives here. A Love Letter. UId not interest yon if you'rf pe for a guaranteed Salve fo Burns or Piles, Otto Dood, -j Ir. Mo., writes: "I suffered with [ly Sore for a year, but a box of '■ Arnica Salve cured me It's It Salve on earth. 2Ec at Mexia Store. 1. Shaw spen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 October 1904

*1 : s. p. ' ■ . * Jfc ■ • 1M 1 - v.* ; •: ■■' ."-'■£•■ V-.'. Rgsm i tim'w&m'".' - 's-±, "5wS jrfjjw*'/ ■ i'fe'vVs <•? i■•■'.' r «-"* V V^fc.V'A". tftfc - V t'V I 1 '.A- : - j 1 •./ y • +u J . i 'JnB 1 J b 'i.v-aSj I World's Fair, ST. LOUIS.* % ... orrtRs... CHOICE OF ROUTES ELEGANT TRAINS. Electro and Berth Lights. Observation Dining Cars. K2ALS A LA CARTE. Low Rates . . .TO THE . . . Summer Resorts, Allowing stop-over at St. Louis. | For Pull Information, address • W. A. TULEY, <* Gen'I Passenger Agent, FT. ^VuSTII, TRX OUR WORLD'S FAIR WANDERERS. 1 hey See How Seeds are Bought by the Yard and Planted by the String ==Other Devices for Making Farming a .Lite of Ease. St. Louis, Sep I. 2[).—When we were on the farm we bought gar- den seeds by the package or by the quart. i5ut the twentieth j century gardener and farmer is ' going to buy them by the yard j and instead of laboriously drop- ping them in hills or s ivving them j in>.'ows/he will reel off a string of, them f...

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

1' OUR WORLD'S FAIR WANDERERS. u wvnlle-Shod Now?orter . , "'"flBmost "every fashionable foot in , vtwi^>.>!'t is dve^ed in w'hite shoes 'nvs. -summer. and both men and Yy -wn have 1"; resworn tan and ; Av-Sc f< ■ :i 'i r. Tlie women are si'iijiers of fir,:- white kid TheySee Mosquitoes from New Jersey, Crabs from Washington, Eight-Inch Oysters from Viiginia, tind Salmon Hatched from Pink b'ggs* lv.-..'h ' :•> and a broad tongue. y,v- . 11. i arc buckskin- and , tle/r atMctie use they 1m'^'h shoes. wears sonr •bneVk with her kid ipp£rs . were u:-e-l in tlx; day# •>:••• H.. and that she picked /jndon. I loth ,ir.cn and .r white silk h siery, and jet: ■tr ■ps rjfccf :• '1.15 V W i ■nit ate Mrs. j'f.' u^.usiral j" tX. Vr.' ' I'ifectf I ram's Bret I attle and fink salmon eggs from tfc'.o- . ,• ..r- )umb;an rtvnr, his giyon me a "creepy ^ -^'"dresses always with a feel,ng>., a|jd nia,le me so nerrona 1 ~ " ' • ■ i.iK'nc ss, 1 .b •'1 " can-t gjfep. Bat John has liis mind...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 October 1904

••if Wrnmm See J. Sandford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas The State Herald. VOL. s MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 13,1904. NO. 41 Wagner SRimassa Mexia, Texas. The goods here offered are as great Bargains as Cash can buy. 25 yds. Standard Dress Calica tar $1. You will appreciate our prices moie and more if you try to match them elsewhere. Our Store is now full of NEW FALL MERCHANDISE. We have made every preparation for a BIG BUSINESS. Seldom have we been able to offer you such an attractive line of goods as we are now showing. Every department complete, riuch care was given to the selection of our stock and the fact that they were bought from Head- quarters and in such large quantities enable us to sell at lower prices than any concern in this part of the State. By knowing we buy right we can name the selling price with confidence. WagnerS Rimassa Hexia, Texas. Every item on this p>ge offers testimony of our superior ...buying facilities... HOW IS THIS? 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 October 1904

be Cured with Dr. Miles' Anti- Fain Pilla. .ST yoar nerves aro suh.l,-et to disturb* kwk such us HedfeaheK Noiu-iij$Ja. 3Sw*'j.ch<-', Rheijfcianmu.,* litu-ati'ual S*.mar, SineliltusneSs, eto., their jairlr.g jarii. imsilut." can bo quickly ended with m 2,ur.. Wiles' Anti-Pain Pill. l!r. Miles' Anti-Pain Pllla aro pleas- utt pink tablets, which do not act ■on ifc« bowels, rior do "They havo any jSjsnssveablo weakening or habit-form- ing «fCeet on the system. are the result oi the latest sclen- «il iiwwlcJ;;e on the subject of Pain, sir..? Iwtng relief safely and quickly to OJi'jB*£wtest sufferer. Tan .ihould always keep a box of Dr. JK7.W .Anti-Pain Ellis In the house, since 5-oi! avrer know when pain may attack JftnR. ami It is wrong to suffer when your .twtttrri'tf can be so quickly relieved. IS.. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills contain no ^KfSaat,. chloral, cocaine, morphine, or flfanStsi' drugs, and are sold by druggists miicr i guarantee to relieve you, or Tpmr money back. .relieving ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 October 1904

COII i Strained, SprilMd or Son Miselos nd for Wounds or Injuries THERE 18 NOTHING "JUST AS GOOD" M Dr. Tichenor's Antiseptic A dote Uken whan tired it Mhilaratino and reiraihing 10c and BOc SIIEUROUSK MEDICINE CO. BIfrs. & Props. NEW ORLEANS, I.A. The Only Mining $10,000 Bill. Nearly fifteen years ago a man entered the First National banli of Denver and walked into the office of David H. Moffatt, the president of the bank. He hac! a bottle in his hand that he said contained nitroglycerin, and threatened to blow up 'the bank unless lie was given a large sum of money. Mr. Moffatt sent for the money, and among the bills was one of $10,000 denomination. Recently the gov- ernment caller! in all $10,000 bills, and the one given by Mr. Moffatt is the only one that has not been presented for redemption. \'o tracc of the man who got the money was ever fonnd. Mi s Are You'Hungry for | Something Good t© Eat? I have it, and can supply your weuts, at Prices that suit. - - - - - = - My stock...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 October 1904

A if). rt&Makrt every Thursday to M. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription, per year $1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter ONE TIME THE EDITOR WON The question having arisen ftt a Focial gathericg fis to thtf relative merits oft ditors and law- yers as to thtir veraoitv. t 1'epre- senjatiye was appointed by each s!'le to prepare essays on the question. The following was unanimously decided the dinner: "There is one editor in heaven, though hew he got there the Lord only knows, but it is supposed he rode in on the blind baggage or got a pass. When they found him there they tried t<- put him out, but he wouldn't go. They then hunted all over heaven for a lawyer to serve him with eject- ment papers, but they could not find one, so the editor held the fort and is there to this day." — Gonzales Inquirer. It comes from Chicago that the Rock Island has bought the Cen- tral again The antis won in the election at Brunner, a suburb of Housto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 October 1904

Id rt 19 bd lis 30 f. sir ' I o J Xocal an& persona I for tbc XMleeft. Tuesday afternoon City Mar- shal Walter Lewis picked up a colored damEci frotn tbe rural preCints, who had borrowed a buggy to come to town,end while tyero she proceeded to take in the town in regular old lime Indian Style. She butted into several vehicles in different parts of the town and finally butted into the 'calabooBe, where she could have time to re>t up a little and reflect on the tvils of too much hilarity. Storey wanls turkeys. .J. N. Harriscn went to Dallas Tuesday afternoon to see the sights of the carnival. J. E. White, one of the sales- men at Cheeves Bros, has moved to the C. A. Campbell cottage. Storey will buy your cow hides. Mr. John Nicholas Taliaferro announces the marriage of his daughter, Barbara McGehee to Mr. Eugene Perry Alldredge, Wednesday, the fifth of October, one thousand nine hundred and four, Lehigh, Arkansas. At heme after the sixth of October, Louisville, Kentucky. A numb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 October 1904

„ 's« -AsBiv-a i : :'s Emulsion is the means of life and of the en- joyment of life of thousands of men, women and children. To the men Scott's Emul- sion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from any wasting disease. For women Scott's Emul- sion does this and more. It is a most sustaining food and tonic for the special trials that women have to bear. To children Scott's Emul- sion gives food and strength for growth of flesh and bone and blood. For pale girls, for thin and sickly boys Scott's Emulsion is a great help. Send for free sample. r.nOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 40 J-4! 5 Pearl Street. New York. .'iOc. and Sl.OO i all druggists. next bare been •aye Mr For bf" 1 day felt like a 1 new , stomach eae Tal equal.* Price 25 cems. For Mexia Drag Co. C. W. Metoali came down from Cleburne Saturday to spend Sunday at home, but Monday. Mrs. McGee of Cursioana and Mrs. Dave Sewell of Wmeboro, arc visiting their mother, Mrs....

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