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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 November 1904

LARGEST IWA | ■M WM§'">r\ r i ' w I NO COUNTRY IS SAFE WITHOUT A STRONG NAVV NO FAMILY IS SAFE WITHOUT A BOTTLE OP DR. TICHENOn'S ANTISEPTIC For WOUNDS, BURNS, BUUISES, SCftLDS, COLIC and CRAMPS lOc and 30c and a ijjTIle or BRON'CHO'DA For Coughs, Colds ar.tl Sore Thront-25c Sherrouse Medicine Co. mfus. new Orleans, la. Mr. ami Mrs, )no. wutsou, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bonnctt. Misn- es Nunnio Oatos, Oerda Epperson Mary Ward, Sophia Wo id, Aliri.-« Ward, Miittit* Ward, and Lucretiii Watson, Mhssis. SUtiley Atwoo'J lilako Smith. Oziu Lewis, Tracy Beckham .Mid Clwudo Ez •!! spent, the day Sunday at tho ho-p!- ablo ciuntr homo of Mr. ttn> Mrs, R. P. Ward. A (joml Complexion. "Sparkling eyen and rosy checks re- stored by usiim 1) Witt's Little Early Hirers," 00 writes i. L\ Moore of Nacog- doches, Tex. A certain cur,- for billiou.s- ness, constipation etio. Small pill- easy to take—easy to a3t. Sold by Mevia Drug Lo. A WIS id'S CwiNi Of course eve were course every one knew when they en...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 November 1904

ate Herald. s,n- v'- *:Kri i^ubMBheo every Thursday, by It. P. HOUX, Editor antl Proprietor. Subscription, per year $1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter A vote for Lanham next Tues- day will help increase the say of our county in the delegate con- ventions next time. a voice m the state and congress- ional conventions two years hence. So, don't fail to turn out and vote. A Maryland statesman contrib- utes the following 1o the cam- paign issuti: The Goddess of Liberty bowed her head, Columbia lost her vigor, The Eagle got mad and chewed tip the Flas, When Teddy dined with a nigger. Wo heard that same story told in a little different language once. It is said that no red headed man has ever been elected presi- dent of the United States. But then Parker is not red headed. He i? only a blonde. A ticket scalper was arrested m San Antonio charged with violating the anti-scalper ordi- nance. W hat! Do they really ex- pect to inforce the law in tamale-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 November 1904

.. Si 40*^LfTSS? m I 'T .tme; . Mexia: Broom : Factory , 18 NOW IN OPERATION MAIS UFA C 7 URII\ G BROOMS I Of every description in first cla98 style. Wh.y order from abroad when you can do better at home and save freight. CHARLES H. HEWITT, Proprietor Mexia, - - - Texas. Democratic ticket. local anD personal ffor tbe TCHeefe. For President, ALTON B. PARKER. For Vice-President, H. G. DAVIS. For United States Senator, C.I A.'CULBERSON. For Governor, (S. W. T: LANHAM. For EieutenantCGovernor, GEORGE1D NEAL. Fcr attorney-General, , R. V. DAVIDSON. For State Treasurer, JOHN AV.JROBBINS, For Comptroller, JOHN W. STEPHENS. For I-and Commissioner, J. J. TERRELL. For State Snpt.of Public Instruction, R. B. COUSINS. For .TuJse Supreme,Court. j. t.:bro\vn. For Judge Court of Criminal Appeals, |jM. M. BROOKS. For Congress, 6th District, Xj SCOTT FIELD. Forjudge llith Judicial District— B COBB (Re-election) For District Attorney 13th*Dfct LUTHER A JOHNSON For State Senator, 12th District— A J HA...

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

p • ■ V m .H'ir ' Don't forget the old man with the fish on his hack. For nearly thirty years he 1\.:. been traveling around the world, and is still traveling, brinsrinsi health and comfort wherever he goes. To the consumptive he brings the strength and flesh he so much needs. To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food. To thin and pale persons he gives new firm flesh and rich red blood. Children who first saw the old man with the fish arc now grown up and have children of their own. He stands for Scott's Emul- sion of pure cod liver oil—a delightful food and a natural tonic for children, for old folks and for all who need flesh and strength. o SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409-455 Pearl Street, New York. SOc. and $1.00; all druggists. JuRtiCAt). Wt Kinoheloe has moved his court room from the old ltooerts building onn of the i.ooitu over MoUorUle'a store. By ihe way, wliy diou'dn't the county build houses for the jus- tices to hold court in? One justice, tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 November 1904

w L2jC HI 4 K 5K PHI , : '1 Bb),'! ' 1 : Wifzct Ef Krs iffisfl MB' A *~"r / iv DELINQUENT TAX LIST. Report of Land and Town L"ts assessed on the Tax Rolls of Limestone County, Tex- r the year 1903, which at Cookerly, Tax Colleoior as, for the year 1903, which are delinquent for Taxas for 1903, returned by C. fcj. ~ olleoior, and approved by the Commissioners Court LAND State Tax / Couty Taxes NAME OF OWNER Ab t No. ORlOlNBt, GRANTEE ! £ 0 a % & School Poll Advalor. Special Poll Dist School .a « £ Alsop 8 B Anderson G H Andrews G R.. Archer N S Archibald A D.. Badgett D J > Baker W L Baldwin W L.... Busby Will Bell J W Berry L R Blacktnon AM. Blackwell LM Illuitt Amy Bonner Ike Bratton CG i Brooks J D Brook's J II Brooks G A Butler A Byers D P Carroll J W... Carpenter B L.... Carpenter W F Cowart Laura Mrs i Cox W Isharn Davis R P Dnrrert F R Evans Button Echols Bud Ellis Sn hi Ethridge L L. if << Ezell A T Karrer J H + . Favors C C I'VrnUKon Gason Fil/stevaU .) K P " Ed...

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

r.v ^ ' ■ ' . *Si . • • . ■HHHF -' WO* 'WW* c^%: ■', Know the Place. Cheeves Bros. & Co. Tempt* Cameron..— Calvert Corsicana— Mexia.- ....... Gnrneaville .McKinney Tyler Kileen Martin nnwMOTwmmtTt Business at its Highest HHHRowesi Waxahachie. Bargains AT THEIR You tow the Piece. ii Bid STORES. Buying facilities excel all retail stores in Texas. BUY MORE FOR LESS £ U HAttUni/UlU. tt X Constant offering of seasonable merchandise at the lowest prices at which any one offers goods of equal quality are the means we use to gain and keep customers. Our announcements bring prompt re- sponse because the public Is learning by experience that what we promise we perform. Day in, day out we offer such matchless bargains that thousands have learned, and others are daily learning that £bere is no place like (Tbeeves Bros. & Co. for values. Towels Big Turkish Bath TVwjIs, worth CQc a [.aif. ii' 40c. A line of Turkish Bath Towels, wort li 40c- a pair at 25o. A big line of Linen and Huck Tow«...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 November 1904

See J. Sandford Smith for Fire *"'rm Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER' io, 1904. VOL. 5 aVvtiesiii' !>; ><<•-, .Jr 1!: aCMII' J r V >) h> f ;♦ *■; :% . • ** v -.f i ' • \ ' ' ' • ' . v • ^-1 5 V 30 yards Cotton Checks for $1. Wead this pa^e and find out who has it for less, Remember WEDNESDAY 23rd, SALES Be With Us. DAY, HI , f iMM? Wagner & /?imassa MEXIA, TEXAS. 'JTI-m I w : *4 o ur T Hir- rfj*.ljrv Pa^Jo. C > -me «e« u>4i Best Feaihsr A. G. A. TiGk'RCT j Sales ]Da<y Only IQcts yard. or army tioy rtay. Thftfie prices ire ^ood eweI'.ydi y. Boys Clothing 2 peice Knee Snitr 68c, 98c, $1.00 to pi 98 Just received 10 dozen Boys Knee Pants, 75c and 50c. Worth 1-3 more. Hi 72 inch blenched 1 all Linen Danmsk, J] 25 valuo at i)8c. G8inchbleac e-< Linen Damask, 75c value, at 59c yd. 58 itch bleached Domestic only -5". ;j0s72 Hnck Tow- els only 25c pair. 81 x i)0 hemmed Sheers only W)c, Whits Qn'dts.full size, only $1.00 Fringe Quilts, extra larce, o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 November 1904

THI LUNCS 8 mm mm lT\ If. Ring Discovery 0N3UMPTI0* OUfiHS and 10 LOS Price 60c & $1.00 Free Trial. OUR WOHLl FAIR WANDERERS it «nd (iuickeat Cure for all iAT and LUNG TBOT7B- or SEOIJXY SACK. WKE-f /Hi- • Queen&Crescem? ROUTE J63T MSSEHEIt SEBS'Si IN TEXAS. JIPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 fDEAS PACIFIC RAILWAY .v'-v. T«DUBi.t* TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. vmsfwbib 'ullman vestibule! sleepers, * RECLINING CHAIR CAP. <SEATS FPFE) « ALL THROUGH TRAINS. 'UCs' .• XitHB WITH fast morning and rv>-> 'satos trains to St. Louis and tlw ' 1 zmn WITH Pullman Sleeper,- -. --jaierlx-baok Scarr^tt seat Coaches ij -f v.gh Cwithout change) to New ■ ic.iiSE, daily. 'WITH handson-e newChnir . .. .trough (without cuan^re) daily, . ,'c.. jjouis, Memphis and h—Paso. Tfik T i.'iNS WITH a saving: o. 12 hours -t California. . Vv,<r lileepine Cars, weekly, throufr) -oiStaiut; change) to San Francisco. DmiNGCARS .« <a;iti«een texas andST. louis ■ JCW" BOTH OF OUR INCOM- ■ PARABLE TRAINS, ON BALL" AND— "W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 November 1904

FOR Strained, Sprained or Sore Muscles and for W THERE IS NOTHING "JUST AS GOOD" at Dr. Adnce taken vVhen tired is exhilarntinu and refreshing !Oc and 50c SHERROIiSE MEDICINE CO. Mfrs. & Props NEW ORLEANS, I.A ■v SS5CTS5SI V ce«*©s?0©5 00BCi ffl<P0©®®®0 Are Y©u Hungry for Something Good to Eat? I have it, and can supply your wsuts, at Prices that suit. = = My stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries is alwayB complete. Come and see uie whan you are in town, and if you need anything in thf> Grocery line, get my price's before you buy. Bring your produce alom , I will pay the highest market price for it. G. A. BEENE. ei fiofl0o0 caac(0fioc(fiijs!arj00ca aooc( ««oo g The World's Fair Way o o o o 0 a « o o o <2 jj a a <3 a .-% o a a a a o a a a a a a a o « c o 8 C c c c < c o D o e The wiifi&tmas Delineator. The December Delineator, with its mensage of good cheer arid helpfulness, will oe welcomed in every homiv. The f.iBhion pages nto unuually attractive, illustrat- i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 November 1904

r-v-r lahed erery Thursday by W P. HOUX, Kilitor ami Proprietor. Subscription. per year, Entered at tlie postofflce at Mexia Tex., as second class mall matter Roosevelt. wti" o'eced. L v 'S W e are sure that 1I10 following from an exchange wnl get a se- : co uj by e^t'i'v married couple,! but how many practice it: "What a pity so many married folks quit oiurting each other Husband, Ami biiw ti-at it * all over lot Jjf y0U want your wife to f-elgeod unsettled vvti to business, and J ] want to fill her soul with joy, it tails ju?t gr'n an I bear it. | just take her hand in youra and " " jsqueeze it like you used to do in I Idays agone; just look a*; her with j rapturous eyes and grin at her |like a 'possum. Wife, if \ou tmmim doubt gaou the list of etaiters,' but 'he real raoe will probably be between these two.—Lantern. j Only two candidates? Why, we will wa'ger a dollar to a dough- nut that the woods will be full of them in lees than six months from now. bear it. Well, the v iters d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 November 1904

' ==T== M'oxia h In Memoriam. cai arib personal lov tbe TKIleek. I.') .A I A regularwinter norher, this. : W. C. Jones ;uid wil',, left for & u * ii today, where Mrs, Jones will ake tlio hot baths. Storey wants turkeys. Mrs. Ritus Dodd.s who has bi eiv visiting' her parents here for several da>«s, has gone to Wor'ham lo vuil Mr. Dodiin* people. J?fty dez-:n solid gold nnjs at Pittman's. .Jim Peed came do/.a from Kil- n's, where he has turn working, just to vote and see h:> Mexia. friends for a day. btotey will buy ^ our cow hides. ,i. VV. llarcrow, late of the Territory, was in the city Monday visiting his friend, Mr* B.J. Mill r. See Pittman's bargain counter W. E. Bonuer has returned from Colorado where he has tier i. the past few weeks ir. search of health. Seed wheal and seed oats at Sterling's feed store. Mis. Edwin Dunlap has re- turned to Corsieana after a few days visit to her parents here. Fifty dozen cluna plates at Pitt- man's- J. 0. Harper and wife and Geo- A. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 November 1904

■ | ", 1 A Salt pork is a famous old- fashioned remedy for con- sumption. " Eat plenty of pork," was the advice to the consumptive 50 and 100 years ago. Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it. The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most. Scott'sEmulsion is the mod- ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive. Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs. Scott's Emulsion is the most refined of fats, especially prepared for easy digestion. Feeding him fat in this way, which is often the only way, is half the battle, but Scott's Emulsion does more than that. There is some- thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos- phites in Scott's Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action 011 the diseased lungs. A sample will be sent free upon request. P.e sure that this picture in the form of a label is -n the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy. SCOTT & BOWNE, CHEMISTS, 409 Pear! St., N. V. 50c. and $1; all druggi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 10 November 1904

w® JPI n • ft ii! X t ; • I . vr^Kp;. r | J ' •* r -... . DELINQUENT TAX LIST. Report of Land and Town Lots assessed on the Tax Bolls of Limestone County, Tex- . as, for the year 1903, which are delinquent for Taxaa for 1903, returned by 0. S. Cookerl/, Tax Collector, and approved by the Commissioners Court. ?jame of owner LAND OR1QINHL ORANTEE t O o fc State Tax 0 I a> & o o £ Couty Taxes * > •a C CO o (X Alsop 8 B i Anderson G H Andrews G R Archer N B Archibald A D Badgett r> J Baker W L Baldwin W L Busby Will Bell J W Berry LB Blflckmon AM." Blackwell LM iUuitt Amy Bonner Ike B rut to n OG Brooks J D Brooks J H Brookp G A Butler A Byers D P Ajarroll J 7f Carpenter B L Carpenter W F Cowart Laura Mrs. Co* W Isham Davis R P -Barrett F R Evans Buttou Echols Bud Ellis Son) Ethridge L L Er.ell A T "Farrer J H + . Favors C C FVvnuson Eason Fitzgerald JKP •' Edward Foster Eli •• Ed freeman J G F>vy C i H <«antA M <Jentry R L <4ordan Sandy ■Gray .T W •Graves W M H...

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

I-1.1; H DAY! MS E'X I A 'or last SALES DAY was larger than the first next will be still LARGER. KM fi m EVERYBODY C m im, m S You arc cordially invited to attend the LAST SALES DAY of this year on Wednesday, November 23, 1904. Nearly $150.00 in cash and valuable articles to be given away. Equal chanc to all. Come and jmng your families and friends. This will be the best day of all. (JRANT) PARADE at 10 o'clock. Come in time to get in the PARADE. We want you all to participate in this feature. All the Old Confederate Ui/k.iers are especially invited to join the Parade, and old Yal Verde will be there too. We are going to have a big time and von must not miss it. Jtsn « i I £r-v si If The following- prizes 'will be awarded for low, and we trust you all will contend Farm Products. Sl For tlie hale of cotton brought the longest distance that day. $5.00 in trade fcgggg at Hodges & White's. W. H. Bessling- & Co. will pay 10 cents per pound for the best bale of cotton brought in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 November 1904

w ntf . ■ • •;gwj; . ;ag W| Smith lor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas The State Herald. . Cy % VOL. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17, 1904. No 46 1 C , SWRSI 30 yards Cotton Checks for $1. Read this page and find out who has it for less. Remember WEDNESDAY 23rd, SALES m, lie With Us. Wagner & Rimassa MEXIA, TEXAS, CSo 3> I Boys Clothing 2 pek'e Kuee Suits 68.:. 93c, SI 50 to $3 98 Just received 10 dozen Boys Knee Pants, 7" rc and 50j. Worth 1-3 more, Unsn Bargains 72 inch blenched all Linen Damask, $1.35 value at '.'So. 63 inch bleach Liuen Damask, 75c value, at 69c yd.; Special. 58 inch bleached Domestic only 25;;. 3Ur72 Hack Tow- els only 25c pair. 81x90 hemmed Sheets only 69c- White QnUts.fnlL size, only $1.00 fringe l^'iilts, extra laive, only $a no. 18 inch all linen heavv Roller Crash 12 l-2c value at lUc Cotton T vfill Tow e)inf> 5c \nrd. Visit t'lis depart ment. It's to your iaterest to look our clothing stock over :>"foe selecting your suit. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 November 1904

; ftgS8 S§ and despair— vt dark- a question of narvea—h« ed. the depression leading to self do- ts truly a disease of the nerves. depression or melancholy accompalned or preceded by or constant Headacho, Dizziness, Lobs of Memory. Sleeplessness, Twltohinga, Nervous Proatra- Sposms. Bruin Fag. and other of eerlous nerve trouble. cure Is Dr. Miles' Nervine. Is m nervo medicine for weak nerves can be depended upon to make yon 3He matter what form of nerve trouble psc may be suffering from, you can de- pest on Dr. Miles' Nervine. St will do what no other medicine or tswil inent may be able to do for you— ■Biae you from that black hour of broort- AOE, which so many of ua dread. bad several attacks of nervous and for a long time could got tm relief. I saw Dr. Miles' Nervlno n#wrtised and bought a bottle. After •s4«s the first bottle. I was much bet- m t. and when I had taken six bottles ■entirely cured. T hnvo never been since."—"R.'. V.'. A. BIRD, .SXiJiaiore, Ga. 'Jiue first boUlo ! ■ r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 November 1904

ran 5 ....... _ %-#r* '- ■-'■ './ J' .'• V.. , :■'(■■ .■ Effis SP Wp-i. • v ;v irtr I nil ■ ill I 111 1ICE FIELDS of GREENLAND os* or.tichenor's> Antiseptic/ '"wounds • twmu-uuftucs?' You arc liable to catch cold out here, or fall and get hurt For C0J6HS, COLDS and SORE THROAT, dm bron-cho-da 25c a bottle For Wounds, Bruises. Sprains, Burns, Scalds and Injuries, use Dr* TJ,CH£N0R'S antiseptic IOo 6O0 $I.OO a bottle SKERROUSE MEDICINE CO.,Mfrs.and Props. NEW ORLEANS. LA, OOnO OOOOOOOOOO0OCi^OOOOOiCOOOOOOOiCi0DO 5 The World's F a 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 10 c c 0 0 c e c c t t Wy Operatlnrf Fast Through Trains Cavryln< Hagnificent New Equipment 9 D 0 0 0 0 a D D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 Convenient Schedules 0 land begin ———————— 0 uroesbecK ixews. November 10.—Tbe election passed v ry quietly, little interest being taken. Only about ont- half of the people voted, lieturt.<- from this box are as follow#: Total vote polled 234. Pres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 November 1904

&+: Wmi HSSS&i mt erery Thursday «tar M. P. Holnc, Editor and Proprietor. S^teeription, per year 1.00 campaign fund. Well, did yon expect Anything better from such an'organization as Tammany? %A V Entered at the postofflce at Mexia Tex., as second class mall matter f Navarru county will vote on local option December 10th. Only two more weeks of the big worlds fair. Have you been yet? Better hurrj. The death of Gen. Kuroki re- moves from the theater of war one of Japan's beet officers. G"n. Lew Wal'ace, author of Bon Hur, )s on his death bed at his hotne in Brookviile, Inil. Tho Filipinos ara on the war path again, an<i several native scouts and one American have boon ambushed and killed. Gen. Miles is now endeavoring to have rice adopted as the prin- cipal food for the army. Works all right in Japan, doesn't it? And the republicans even in- vaded Texas, and elected a mem- ber of the legislature in a former democratic district—out in Ei Paso. Texas does not lead all the St...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 November 1904

' #' S W l^«SSSE? si®? rWw* —is—— f.} ■■ A THIRD a™® SALES OflY!1 MEXIA, TEXAS. / ... WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23,1904 Our last SALES DAY was larger than the first. next will be still LARGER. EVERYBODY COME. Iss ff m f ■ ■ Our jiH You are cordially invited to attend the LAST SALES DAY of this year on Wednesday, November 23, 1904. Nearly SI50.00 in cash and valuable articles to be given away. Equal chances to all. Come and bring your families and friends. This will be the best day of all. GRAND PARADK at 10 o'clock. Come in time to get in the PARADE. We want you all to participate in this feature. All the Old Confederate Soldiers are especially invited to join the Parade, and old Val Verde will be there too. We are going to have a big time and you must not miss it. The following low, Farm Products. For the bale of cotton brought tile longest distance that day, $5.00 in trade at Hodges & White's. W. H. Bessjing & Co. will pay 10 cents per pound for the best bale of cotton brought i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 November 1904

' fspl . • , ( Town Lota awaked on frheT<tx R 1U of Limestone County, Tex- year 1903, which have been gold to the State or repnrted delinquent ie* of former years, and not redeemed, and are aUo delinquent for Taxea ot 1903, returned by C 8. Gookerly, Tax Collector, and ap- proved by the Commissioners Court. NAME OP OWNER LAND ORIGINAL GRANTEE State Taxes County Taxes m Baker Berrjf. Bell Geo A * B lfon Florence Brown J J Brown Dick Bnrna G W Copps T B Carter Thornton Castile R .Cls'iiey W D Coleiaan Jim Coflard G W Conner Sim Cotton Tillman Cox Albert •« J D It 14 ! Dinner Mattie Davis W Gt Evans A W Freeman Henry " Frensley G P Goree Sandy Haw.tins R E Henchliff Est p\ Hodge3 P PJ_ ; Hoi Ida v D C : 'Irwin J P.. Johnson Jeff " ME Mrs • K«!ly Zack Knox W C Lann ng Geo £ L nsf rl B W Luckey G W Lindley Margerette.. Me ilock Sam Me.xia Water, Ice&LtCo Middleton B R Montgomery A C MonaerH M & W allace J A Patterson F B .. Pearson C E pMnrod J P Pe>ty J P Pifhkard B L Port...

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