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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 November 1904

' *ft Unknown Do I ■■' SHSS TAX LIS1 "CONCLUOEQ. .552 Thrasher K 16 ?,'i 29 554 Tnokcr John 51 1 ID 1 39 '555 Tnmblinson J 0 15 16 556 20 40 43 114 :t •' KM 217 !1 88 4 14 644|Ta«liott C 30 50 54 OuU votaro uj 148 it 45 3 78 564 Vanzant N 107 1 07 1 15 569 Willianis Wui ill 1 7ii 1 8<i 570 Win«ate A C 232 3 07 4 18 571 Wilmpth L 75 75 81 572 WinRate A C 31 52 . « 573 Walker,] hn 90 1 f 7 1 80 5 75 Wood I 38 63 (18 5761While Z 157 2 50 2 70 577 Williams John lfiii 2 50 2 70 580 Wliitake P C 13 2;! 23 •SHI William - r M (iO 1 00 1 08 583 W'oldrid T <i-10 3 20 3 46 183 3 05 3 20 589 white Bstij 1-17 2 45 2 65 59()| Wolf J (4 3 07 07 591,Williams ,) W 1?, 13 592) Wadham W M 73 1 22 1 31 614 A'ar*1 rough M 0 08) 00 Ba?s Susan..: Broo' b Tom Deuiming Ann Dnglass Henry Evaie. Walter Freeman A A Gibbs Sallie Gibson T J Grayson Mattie Herring M Hodges M B Holmee L H Est. Johnston M A Mrs.. " Ambrose.. Lancaster J A Lewis Maggie Eat. McSwain W A Matthews Ab Ruclrer Sylvia . Shaw Watt Sm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 November 1904

Kite Hid J* WANTS TO END WAR ^ pi pe) \? f I r [ fife? EARNEST EFFORTS BEINU DIRECTED lO IN- DUCE RUSSIA TO ARBITRATE. All Nations Arikious for Settlement Except Russia, Who Desires 10 "Preserve fler Prestige'' by Con- tinuing Slaughter in tHe Far East—Be- lic\ed That Arbitration Will Prevail. t . Subscribers THE GREAT London, Nov. n.—A dispatch to the Associated Tress Washington confirming the statement made in these dispatches that the Japanese had indicated a willingness to q^tcrtain peace suggestions from President Roost-velt or King Edward created much interest here. Baron Hnynshi, the Japanese minister, said today: ' After fall .iM oit Arthur the Japanese would, I believe, be apadyto i <' "•(' peace on no higher essential basis than that Cassia e\.a;i .10 Manchuria, Japan also agreeing to a similar Jtvacuatio ■. .. " 1 he twei great difficulties in the way of any suggestion of 3«ace are, first, the apparent opposition of Emperor Nicholas his present advisers to a settlement...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 November 1904

fflH fUm 1 «*M 1 o Arrive in Few Days About $1000 Bankrupt Stock, Bought at 40c on Dollar. O ( I I ; m CO <> ( o ! ♦ is- iu£ SES MSJ QQ <=> o<> SALES DAV NEWS. Yesterday,today a^id tomorrow and every business day in the week was,is and will be SALES DAYS with us, as we have better buying facilities than our competi- tors and as we believe in small profit and quick sales, we can naturally offer greater bargains. So if you fail to see us on SALES DAY, NOV. 23, [or any old dayj you will certainly miss the greater bargains* ------- - - - We are over stocked 011 Cotton Batting, ho from now until after SALES DAY, WEDNESDAY. NOV. 2?, we will make these ex- tra special prices. 8 oz- rolls, regu'ar 10c sellers, special 4 rolls 25c 12 cz- rolls, regular 15c sellers, special 3 rolls 25o. CLOTHING. Vena Suits $10 to S3 50. Mens Overcoats $10 to |2.75. Mens Pains, worth up to $2.25 per pair, about 50 prs in l:>t, to close out the next few days,choice of lot 88c. Mens "Goat B...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 November 1904

l|Sp $££ ' =5 ■ pr«; N ''",\A,' -•' 1 '., , „• _,• ^ -'v * rapi ' >i.^,^V. .. J^pi /•s /■> ^'c?.iw-.^rf!. BW IP iiitaK'=-..< <- >■' : 255S8S Eie ''tS®$* i' IPlllff r I I". r "When the butter won't come put i penny in the churn," is an old time dairy proverb. It often seems to work though no one has ever told why. When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and flesh we say give them Scott's Emul- sion. It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it. Scott's Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites .especially prepared for delicate stomachs. Children take to it naturally "^-^ecause they like the taste anVMhe remedy takes -just as naturally to the children be- cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants. For all weak and pale and thin children Scott's Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat- ment. We wilt send you the penny, /. e., a sample free. Be sure tha...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 November 1904

ftt H* ney your •miwm •. evidence of kid- ney trouble; tor frequent desire to pain I ,ll—• the back is ilea ting proof that the kidneys tad blad- s out of order. Whet to Do. There Is comfort in the knowledge so aSi ®"*n expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- •*- Roe}, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish- in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability •o hold water and scalding pain in passing It. or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ■a^essity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extra- ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized, it stands the highest for its won- derful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes. ■ You may have a sample* bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells more abo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 17 November 1904

|i Bnb& mi- i - :S I—WWW—■< Know the Place 1 Cheeves Bros. & Co. 11 ! I I \ I I ii < I H (i Temple Gaii e&ville \| >1 Cameron ..MoKinncy 11 Culvert. i Tyler U it Corsicann. - Ivileen i| Si '' || Mexia Marlin ; j lit j | Waxahachie, w , Nov. 23, Will be Mexia's Biggest DAY and - - p W« W W W W« t You Know the Place. ii BIQ STORES. CHEEVES BROS. & IS THE STORE. CO., # Buying facilities excel all retail u 3| . ttores in Texas, w ♦n . j <1 1 | "Ii fiMWm Bps £> 1 1 1 'HBfc 1 1 M'IPr 1 MB$r ' i L 1 i i ■- r 1 I i i j [ rv •.*< u > ■ sjr ■ 0 (i t}« Y % ® i" • 1 BUY MORE FOR U'.LtilXi «•-itiiTl.TittilTUTi1,1 fJfVjTTi? 71?"47'i'TJ"" 1""I" TJ?rj"TJTTj Our buyers are in the Market. This is the third time they have been this season, and we promise some rare Bargains in every line to those who come to our store on SALES DAY. Remember WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23rd. The buying For n stores enables us to buy for less. - IMIM, | H in a|^^—HBBM——JB^I TCbcrc is 110 place li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 November 1904

' ""A'*wfft?jj.■ -'iyfi-n// '•'▼vi;•• ^r ■ ' V See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire. Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas ?. .. Ji|H ■ f • * . &< - ••• * ■« •- The State Herald. " VOL. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 27, 1904. No 47 Another Sales Day The Third and Last One for this Season a Grand Success, From Wednesday's Daily. This has been another big day for Mexia and another successful sales day has been added to the list of business enterprises for this year. The day was an ideal one and the people came in from far and near, thronging the streets and mingling with each other—all seeming to have taken a day off to come ard enjoy themselves, The ^exhibits, while not as numerous as on previous sales days, were just as good and traded large Crowds of people. About the most attractive thing 111 town was the exhibit ar- ranged by Mr. D. A. Haddick on h>9 wagon. It consisted of a litt'e of eyerything that ho raises In ins field and garden and was ar- ranged in arches and oth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 November 1904

$?£f< .= ■ 4-rWhen the butter won't put a penny in the \T is ari old time dairy ^pa/muExb. It often seems to wfl Shough no one has ever mothers are worried the children do not strength and flesh we sthem Scott's Emul- •nV" . '•••: •. $''$£ 'Ov- f ynlWWaiHliiiiiiI IP ffli i > FROM MXITtt AFRICA, Mew Way of Vting Ctuunberiatn'i cough Remedy Mr. Arthur Chapman writing trom Durban, Natal, South Afrloa.says: 'As a proof that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy's a cure suitable for old ana yonag, I pen you Jpe following: A neighbor of mine k«a ohlid just over two months old. It tad a very bad cougb and the parents did not know what to give it. I suggested that if tbey would g©t a bottle of ChRniborlaln b Coug^ Remedy and put same upon the dummy teat the baby was sucking it would no doubt cure the child. This tbey did and brought about a quick re- lief and cured the baby." This remedy is for sale by Mexia Drug Co. ,1. O. Harper aDd wife have returned from a week's stay at the fair. 1 Special...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 November 1904

BEwjEHHn WmMSSg I ESBS; H— • - JjpV/'" jpsgj-C '/..V. l>. - km.' ( •*r •* f' druggists Who Sell Dr. Miles' Nervine Agree, If It Falls* To Refund Cost. Of coureo we reimburso the druggist. You know him, and trust him. X Dr. Miles' Nervine Is medicine for your nerves. It cures diseases of the Internal or- gans, by giving tone to the nerves which 'make these organs work. .. It Is a novel theory—not of anatomy, Aut of treatment; first discovered by ^hr Miles, and since made use of by many wide-awake physicians, who ap- preciate Its value In treating the sick. If you are slclt, we offer you a way to . be made well—Dr. Miles' Nervine. . This medicine Is a scientific cure for nerve disorders, such as Neuralgia, Headache, Loss of Memory, Sleepless- ness, Spasms, Backache, St. Vitus' 'Dance, Epilepsy or Fits, Nervous Pros- tration, etc. By toning up the nerves, Dr. Miles' Ilestorative Nervine will also cure those diseases of tlio Internal organs duo to a disordered nervous system. Some of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 November 1904

\ H T ft ! 1 I I I [ERALD. r ' | iWUk«d «r«ry Thursday by M. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. S^bkcriptlon, per Entered at the postoffloe at Mexla, Tex., as second class mall matter Col. W. 0. P. Breckinridge, of Kentuoky and Madeline Pollard fame, is dead. The Houston Post thinks the reason the republicans "carried Missouri ia because the brethren have not been good up there of late. And now they are talking of a special session of congress to convene as soon as the present one dies by limitation next Maroh. have been wheelbarrow mer- chants today.—Shoe and Leather Facta. ————————— * Perhaps the largest riok of sweet potatoes ever piled upon Limestone County soil was put up.hyA. W. Pope this week. From eight acres he gathered 1,000 bushels, being piled ud in a riok eighty feet long tc«be banked. Fletohor Allen went out and made a photograph of the monster pile.—Marlin Ball. Did you hear it? Those pota- toes were raised in Limestone county. And Teddy is coming to Texas. Of course the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 November 1904

: BBSS H * . & m- IOo a Year! arvmm IIC M«ga*ine, largest, brigh- test Had finest Illustra- • ted riagtzlne in the IKv^/> world for 10c a year, to ilC Introduce it ONLY. It MJIAIV js bright and up-to-date. Tells all about Southern fj _ Home Life. It is full of n flffl LM fine engravings of grand JIMvlIlV scenery, buildings, and famous people. 8end at once. IOo a year postpaid anywhere in the U. 8., Canada and Mevieo. 6 years 50c Or, clubs of 6 names 50c. 12 for $1.00. Send us a club. Money bacK if not delighted Stamps taken Cut this out. Send today. THE DIXIE HOA\E NO. IP- Birmingham, - - - - Alabama. Xocalant) personal jfor tfoe THUeeh **WVWvA/VO nal | • > •WAW AW Storey wants turkeys. Fred S. Karner is in St. Louis taking in the big fair. Hand painted cake plates andj salad dishes and odd shaped dish- es at Pittman's. The aspignment of Methodist preachers for the next year in this section are as follows: Mexia, W. C. Hilburn; Coolidge, R. H. Heizer; Groesbeck, W. W. Moss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 November 1904

31. ■ mm I ——MmrnmwsmmmMwsm' .INQUENT TAX LIST. v rt of Land and Town Lots assessed on the Tax Bolls of Limestone County, Tex- , for the year 1903, which have beeu sold to the State or Reported delinquent lor Taxes uf former years, and not redeemed, and are also delinquent for Taxes ot 1903, returned by C. S. Cookerlf, Tax Colleotor, and ap- proved by the Commissioners Court. RBai DENT CiISTXiKnda NAME OF OWNER BS.r -''' LAND original grantee s < £ State Taxes & a (2 GO < County Taxes o I 3 2? CO CO Hi Q Baker Befry •« >• •< «< ii i< Bell Geo A * . . . " Bolton Florence - Brown J J Brown Dick Burns G W Capps T B Carter Thornton.. Castile R Clancy W D—... Coleman Jim ... Collard G W Conner Sim Cotton Tillman... Cox Albert " J D Dancer Mattle Davis W Gt Erans A W Freeman Henry.. Frensley G P Goree Sandy Hawkins R E Henchliff Est Hodges P PJ..... — -r— —— Holiday D C Irwin J P Johnson Jeff " ME Mrs Kelly Zack Knox W C Lannin« Geo E Lsnsfcrd B W. .. Luckey G W Lind...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 November 1904

9&M ■ £&> ■ilHahMtiyy-:- Wm mm ■k^f My TAX LIST--CONCLUOED. Non-Resident—Land continued. Owoera unknown. "TSTa *ir?v. i 453 'd ■ 455 - 457 656 462 464 466 469 470 473 "475 478 iwera L B.. Pearce HE.. Peasley Jas.. Patton SB... «' A W. Quirk Joseph. Rntledg ~ e R Riohardeon FA Rowe AW •« <> Rhodes Wm Raokley W Rowe S 482 Reese P. 490 Smith E 497 Shead M 500 Shriver A W , 501 Heawright Jno * 504 Sanford Wm 505 " Geo (exmpt) 509 Hpillars H N 512 Shaw J 513 Simmons J W S16 Strou.l M 51g Shelton L 524 Sorerin J 528 Sullivan D 532 Strunk B 539 Scott W E 612 Slaughter T 541 Thompson H L 544 Trainery J B 551 Tignor Jas 552 Thrasher K 554Tnckcr John 555 Tumblinson J 556 Thompson T 643 «' EM 644 Tackett C 660Votaro E ' 564 Vanzant N 569 Williams Wm 570WingateA C 571 Wilmoth L 572 Wingate A C 573 Walker John 575 Wood I 576 White Z 577 Williams John 580 V\ hitaker P C 581 Williams T M 583 Woldridge T 585 Walker J 589 White Benj 590 Wolf J G 591 Williams J W &i2 Wadham W M 6...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 24 November 1904

suhgcst ?.r.d most hustling er ot the cabinet. It has i noted in l is department that lakes decisions ani reaches with lightning rapid- ,-apparently ecling on intuition. t /<Su* :vv days ago Samuel W. Bo- i son of is. Washington physi- •nw^ jsecored an interview with 'j*5sm secretary and without the vrf#H&ghtest.'preliminary said: "Mr. Kfcarn;n, 1 have been trying to get v;"as-. vb).- marine corps for almost ?'-?imrr j-ears. I can't get anybody i- 3.-"£*ck me up, but I am very .vassarlh jn love with the service and } J5T«aw.nj'ld try mighty haul to make '':fsa- officer and serve the Unit- -■:-:.r£z ."States well." The secretary .>-*tfcSKe>_l jlie young applicant over i- head to foot—Bogan aftcr- "^NKand.-'said he .felt as if some one v' "7SH& Turned an X-ray apparatus on ,3sxsr-—..and asked : "Were you ever "iwc-.-.f.''! ated before?" "No, sir," rc- V.>pws« Bogan. "I'll designate you wlwrmow," said the secretary. ■ "'Mfe.tVu: you. Good morning," - ■ y ' V'gan, bo...

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

See J. Sandford Smith tor Firef Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas inH f VC L,. 5 Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY DECEMBER i, 1904. mi, . i GEN. KUROKI NOT DEAD Captured Japanese Cavalryman De= clares Report is Not True. SITUATION AT MUKDEN SHOtVS NO CHANGE—OPPOSING ARMIES WITH- IN SPEAKING DISTANCE AND SHARP SKIRMISHES OCCURING. Commissioners Court. November Term. Ordered that tax reoeipt of W. P. Thompson of $7.88, be allow- ed 011 error of assesssment. Ordered that T. M. Nolea be authorized to employ K. L. Mc- Kinnon to help make up syrup soon as he has lawn- to run two mills and make the syrup for 80 per gallon. That the commissioners court meat on Wednesday, November 30, '04, for the purpose of ap proving the different officers bonds, and all parties having un finished business with the court are hereby requested to file same with the county clerk so that it may be disposed of at that time, and the new court will consider applications for Superintendent courty farm for the ...

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

'If ' BBS5B5H W" 1.'! J. ' /gfe Rev. T. S. Armstrong will raovo' to Waoo, to his now charge as soon as- he can pack up. Tnero arc three principal churches in Waoo and Mr. Arm- strong goes to one of tbem. Dur- ing his etay in Mexia Mr. Arni- 6lvorg hay made many friends whoio best wishes will go with - 1 , him and his good now home. wife to their When you can't eat break- last, take Scott's Emulsion. When you can't eat bread md butter, take Scott's Emulsion. When you have Seen living on a milk diet and wmt something a little more finishing, take Scott's Emulsion. To get fat you must cal fet, Scott's Emulsion is a ©feat fattener, a greaP;'uahe3aii,K:ysmKlB7°V'fitimu'i;t3i .. . tt'.u.Liver and clarify tbo blood. Rum strength giver. Those who have lost flesh mr,i to increase all body issues, not only fat. Scott's Emulsion increases them ail, feo-.ie, flesh, blood and Ci'iii VvLi For invalids, for con- vAscents, for consumptives, for weak children, for all v o need flesh, Scott's Emulsio...

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

, O isHi :• " M tiL > •y- ITs ud ay !ft(l be the .Y. not lolf OT- on. bed ness of Breath i One of the Com* mm'/t monest Signs of Heart Disease, Notwithstanding what many physio- tans say, heart disease can bo curoit. Dr. Miles' Now Heart Cure Jias per- manently restored to health man,', thousands who had found no relief lu the medicines (allopathic or homoeo- pathic) of regular practicing physicians. It has proved Itself unique In tho his- tory of mcdiclne, by being so uniformly successful In curing thoso diseases. Nearly afr#ys, one of tlio first signs of trouble is shortness of breath. Wheth- er It comes as a result of walking or running up stairs, or of other exercises, If the heart Is unable to meet this extra demand upon Its pumping powers—thero is something 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 tho trou- ble, and make a permanent cure by strengthening and renewing tho nerves. "I know that Dr. Mil...

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

* Itorand Proprietor. par Tnr, (1.00 at tli* postofflce at Max la, aa second clan mall matter like the oil craze is oom- ing into prominence again. Sometimes that time seems ▼err *low in arriving. The Turkiih revolution has been postponed until Spring Cf The political prophet between campaign^ might apply for a job at the weather bureau,—Houston Chronicle. Yes, and sometimes he would get a "chilly" reoeption. The moonshine oil well came i i early Monday morning at Humble. The flow is estimated at ten thousand barrels every twenty-four hours. The well is 1200 feet deep. Coolidge has other sales day Dec. 7th. inaugurated an for Wednesday I w Hill county will option election on December. hold a local the 17 th of s % I i \ L: . I The Japs have made another unsuccessful attempt to take Port Arthur. A New York woman is being sued for $267,800. She seems to be up against it. . Wonder if that No-tsu-oh lavinrao edarap backed up all the way. Everything about it seemed to be backing up. But ...

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

rmiim „ mmm* i MagaclM.ljrgest.brigh- teat Ml flneat Illuatra- ted rUgts'ne in the World for. lOo a year, to introduce it ONLY. It ia bright and np-to-dale. Telia all abont Southern Home Life. It ia frill of I fine engravings of grand /scenery, buildings, and famous people. 8end at Hr*: tf: Bfc; once. lOo a year postpaid any where in tho H. 8., Canada and Mevico. 0 years 50o Or, elobs of 0 names 50c. 12 for $1.00. Send as a club. Money bacK if not delighted, stamps taken Cut this out. Send today. THE DIXIE HOME NO. 19. Birmingham, «... Alabama. Xocalanfc personal for tbc TOleeft. A CHEERFUL CAUL TO CHRISTMAS BUYERS! Our Bright, Sparkling Line of Christmas (joods is Now Ready for Inspection Come and Look. Your Judgment Will Tell You What to Buy. You will delight in our fine display of Holiday Goods because it is in touch with the times and anticipates your every want. Our stock is thoroughly up with the times in variety and novelty in every department. The simple plain talk of - -- -...

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

f-v, t X V ' II P V&&#1 *w~ ■ •^' •"'-_?<■ ^'J.y;i • •. ?M:.: . yi-' ; V-'- § 3WS® - tv t uand and Town Lota assessed on the'Tax Boll of Limestone County, Tex- f the year 1908, which hive been sol<J to the State or reported delinquent ■ Taxes of former years, and not redeemed, and are also delinquent for t;: - > Taxes ot 1903, returned by C. 8. Cookerly, Tax Colleotor, and ap- ' : proved by the Commissioners Court. REBIDBNT LISTL.nd. ' E OF OWNER & LAND ORIGINAL OR AN TEE < si' State Taxes Revenue J School Poll County Taxes b* © rH c6 > < CO $ & C0 § o il cc erry eo A * Florence.. Brown J J Brown Dick Burns G W Cappa T B Carter. Thornton Castile R Clancy W D.. Coleman Jim Collanl G W Conner Sim Cotton Tillman Cox Albert " J D Dancer Mattie Davis W Gt Evans A W Freeman Henry... Frensley G P Goree Sanely Hawkins R E H^nchliil Est dges P Pt Holiday D C Irwin J P Johnson Jeff " M E Mrs Kelly Zack Knox W C L'inning Geo E Lnnsfci'd 13 W Luckey G W Lindley...

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