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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

Wfflm local ant> personal for tbe TKHeeft. I^W« A? :,&P| -w*F M ( mmm % $ ,v.-ti O«sj oqsk>-O o af!I>'0«3ZHiffi5 0«3!^to>0<aZIiZ2in2:^^i2^^0 ;a o<K2£2s s o <r:^:>o-«sEE3ifea3?®5a: Mrs. C. H. F. Wood has mov ed to thu Young cottage 'across the street from H. L. Hall's ( residence. / Finest China cheap at Pittman. The T. & B. V. surveying party went out, and established Jt^elr camp near Prairie Grove Z. T. McCarty is furrishinp three teams for the party and Messrs. Sam Blako and H. P. Moseley joined the party here. This begins to look like bueiue ;s. You will find a job lot of em- broideries from 4 1-2 cent per ydj and up at Jones & Norman. Capt. and Mrs. H. W. Wil inme have returned from a visit t" their son, Murphy, in Corsieana We now have a cotnplcte sloe oi nice things again. Come an: see us. W. D. Pittman. Frank Cogdell is serving the jury this week . mk) bovs shirts worll from 50 to $1 all in lot No, 1 go in;; at 25c each this weak at Nov Yor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

I ,/•' w . 'tSh, Tonic t j the System. For liver troubles and constipations there is nothing better than DeWitt's Little Early! Risers, the famous little Pills. They do not weaken the stomach. Their action upon the system is mild, pleasent and ham less, Bob Moore, of LaFayette, Ind. says. No use talking, Dewitt's Little Early Risers do their Work. All other pills I have used gripe and make me sick in the stomach aud never cured me. Dewitt's Little Early Risers proved to be the long sought relief. They are simply per- fect." Persons traveling find Little Early Risers ths most reliable remedy to cary with Jtliem. Sold Dy Mexia Drug Co. jlHE above picture of the lnnn and fish is the trade- mark of Scott's Emulsion, and is the synonym for strength and purity. It is sold in almost all the civilized coun- tries of the globe. If the cod fish became extinct it would be a world-wide calam- ity. because the oil that comes from its liver surpasses all other fats in nourishing and life-giving p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

' &■ Sfe ' SLOANS LINIMENT r )■ T. -s X 1 1 , KILLS PAIN i FDR fy?S1 s H0W J AN ENTIRE i MEDICINE I Sloan's Liniment is sold only by drugglsfs and dealers, . t'i neverby pedlersor street fakirs. NONE GENUINE WITHOUT 0R.5LOAN5 PORTRAIT AND5ICNATURE ONEVERYBOTTLE. DR. EARL S.SLOAN. 615 ALBANY ST., BOSTON,MASS. (Tailroad Accidents. TV-> last quarterly bulletin of the interstate commerce commission contains whit i.s termed "an alarm- ing exlv'!':t" of t;v.; record of rail- way accidents for the twelve months ceding June 30, 1904. Al- together, there were 55.130 casual- ties, 3,787 killed and 51.343 injured. This is an increare over the previous year of 5,r.cq casualties, or 233 kill- ed and 5,366 injured, and makes a new record in disasters. These fig- ures do not include accidents at highway crossings, to trespassers or persons walking along the tracks, in shops remote from the railroad, or to employes not actually on duty. Accidents of this nature always add several thousand to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

.7 J* ' Omoer.. uore or less and that a Southern man <be appointed by the presi- dent to fill on£ cabinet position, the record of the Southern cabin- et of Maryland is recalled. Mont- gomery Blair, of Maryland, Ed- ward bates of Missouri and James Speed of Kentucky were mem- bers of Lincoln's first cabinet, and Mr. Speed continued to serve in lite second cabinet. In Grant's fir?t cabinet were Cheswell of Maryland and Akerman of Geor- gia, and in his second were llris- ' tow of Kentucky, O-eswell of Maryland, and, for a brief period, James W. Marshall of Virginia. Hayes had among his advisers Carl Shurz of Missouri, Goff of West Virginia and Key and Mav- nard of Tennessee. Garfield called Hunt of Louisiana to the navy department and Arthur was sur.vcd by him for more than a year. Harrison had the advice of E'lkins of West Virginia, and No- ble of Missouri. Gary of Mary- land and Hitchcock of Minsmiri sat with McKiiilcy, and liitch- •wck is sitting with Roosevelt. The Source of All...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

i r4 STATE HERALD - Supplement. Ma, Texas, January 26, !905. ONSUME MILL TO — Copyrighted. 1900 by W.T.Emory* fit w !!!"?!!!!! , 'u'ln i • r ,5jj *«• 1222 «*> jill""" 1?!"""" Ss :;L? ■irrzxri , _ rjrrr? ii jj rrrn a ■ <u ^ :r (

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

i The Legitimate Distribution of Merchandise in Hill Remnant Lengths Direct from the Hills 10 the Consum.r, J m EL? tDf/ie .NJAUR v tfowW department Emory. theliunan.volce'ieavessefrsitjve'tan^eLpf the pjip "j noera - .ounear <jhe*present 5ald^~ ~ of £hen£ *■ ->• **'■ -v-vi-^-ssy^ £&1 • - ■ a ^ v3 ' *8 ■ ■. . l %%s '-a ajh c mm ~\y& ; 1 ■ • x LISOKM f ■' v /&-J . -•>, ••?:< a >S j' : - ' '■ v vv 'ihM&m . 1

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

^T m: ifev V p . ■f "' -" 'x V'i I m v r*'<' H s&^ '.-• ' !♦ 2S&:- =•- H& ,• • ■<: • ■n &B & f'jyt-** •• ?¥-:*:: raft mt N JL \m X/hith_in turn exactly; repr mz7es st< „ Wi q-he* present SalePT * *— ..>, I. JJjJMIJtf11 nicn in turn. exacuyjreprvuuw* una -jy «^ v ' _ ory'/f/// Rerr>ncmi*mz7es stamp, Uieir, merit on the mmdrof all rho reaa or„hear of them'qjjpr .yield a handsome; profit to all.who lake advantage^ then. V" i^ar ' . V • mi ■^Vgmae* i ' . 9 , . . - ....- V Backed up by the Mills and Manufacturers for the people of this vicinity is your opportunity to get goods at lowest prices ever offered. It means a Gigantic Retail Sale of Remnants—short lengths and surplus stocks from the world's Jbest known Mills, as well as a tremendous reduction on merchandise carried by us. Necessity does all things well. The Mills East find the Mill Remnant Sale meets a long felt want. By this sale this surplus will reach homes of peo- ple at about HALF FULL COS...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

• -max w—bm *>j 3U.V1U"J ./ • >///' look for tee • ///^. </•///;/>// ;//// !ili:\>-^Ves=8====Ba^ Jl Si ywwwTffl /)« ■-•rJ, M© &;i|- t°0k|°r t0OK J?OD the r cov**\ tt nrjf \ t tt* '• //'//" • 11! ID I A ej UWfrn ; v""' f| # 1 m M* 9mm < "mfattimL-amuUfiigths eg- aba^in several

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

=v am bh /i . 0,.,- "v IP • - •■'•■ ; hH '*** SL They are accumulations of short lengths in the mills ^vhere such goods are manufactured. Short lengths ccH^* aboj^in several ways. In the first place, no loom has yet been made that will invariably run out a perfect cloth, sometimes the breaking*£a single thread, or the slightest irregular manipulation of the loom, will produce a defect. It may be the cloth is being woven in 50, 60 or 100 yard lengths, the uniformity being broken the operator cuts out the imperfect part and throws the other piece, the good pifce, into the remnant pile. These lengths come 3, 5,10 to ^ I't • 1 r> " y * " 30 yards. Sometimes two equal amounts of raw material will not always produce the same yardage, and as a uniformity must be observed, the surplus yardage is also put in the rem- nant'pUe. In this way it may be one-fourth bolt, a half or three-quarters=-but, being less than the required full'bolt, must be used as a remnant. for the Mills formerly sold...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

\ -V 11 mil ii >Ww<&! : ' m glL f < LOOK FOR THE THEY ARE BARGAIN SIGNS. The Prices they bear are in many instances lower than Jobbers Cost Prices. All goods will be marked in — i =figiiras and Everything Sold as MarkaH — i =— READ THE BARGAIN LIST CAREFULLY. m ~ 3* 36 inch Bleached Djmestie, value G 1-23 a yard Mill End Price per yard only 4c Dress Gingham?:—Valu9s up to 10c a yard 2000 yards Unbleached yard wide Domestic while it lasts only per yard ------- 3500 yards Unbleached Canton Flannel worth 6*4 a yard flill End price - O'^per yard - ^ „ fine fladras cloth worth 15 cents a yard 4c 4C Dress Lining Cambric all colors per yard- f VS— . 'M ,s • -v> v" ■—1— Heavy Tai*l Cotton. To welinjf va'.ne np to andard. not .HAD every page of these Bargains for i roods needed now.

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

Dr^ss Ginghams:—Values up to 103 a yard ; Croice line of Dress Calicoes full, standard, not • 4- trash, go in this sale at choice a yard fine Hadras cloth worth 15 cents a yard A _ iHAD every page of these Bargains for i to You on goods needed now. Every item mentioned, every price'quoted, every statement here made is worthy of your careful consideration. TABLE LINENS Mill Remnants 2^ yards in piece Cream Linen 62 inches wide 7Qn worth 1.25 each at only this sale | Ob 58 inch bleached Damask, 25c yard. TABLE This is your chance t Mill Remnant Le at about One H and 3 yds 5<> yarHs white check Nainsook 10c grade goes in this Mill End Sale per yard only . T [iv lueai forest^. The Joy of Walking. As a rule Americans are not at of pedestrianism as \he peo- ple of Europe, and most especial- ly in comparison to their British cousms they are poor walkers Yet to the student of the city 01 country no means of locomotior gives so much enjoyment as the propelling power of human muscle. Th...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

Ml X 4 re. |e By WAfiNER & RIMASSA The Original and Only Mill End Sate^rojn the mill direct to to the Consumer. This Sale Begins RIDAY, - 3rd, - 1905 Mr. W. T. Emory, of New York, Will be with us. Doors open at 9o'eloek^ Sale is for TEN DAYS. Look For The Green Ticket. The mere announcement of this sale will in itself be of sufficient magnitude to draw the largest crowds ever seen at a sale in Mexia. The Emory Mill End Remnant sale one of the m£st practical events in Merchandising History and has become known the world over. For this event we have made great preparations. All Remnants shipped to us .Villi Agent tmory are direct from cotton fields 10 mills and from mill direct to our customers. Clean Fresh Merchandise in styles up-to-date. In length 3 to 20 and 30 yards are offered you at prices that others cannot meet any more than a man can brush back the Atlantic Ocean with a mop, Cost Sales, Closing Out Sales, Clearance Sales, are all re- legated to the rear f.or the MIGHTY M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 February 1905

p1 m'V'M - ' Wr See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire. Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia* Texas TH a State Herald. VOL. 6 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2 1905. No 5 & v. The Nepotism Bill Shelved Committee KilJed the fleasure by a Two=Thirds Vote. THE NORTHER'S TEXAS GRAND OPERA FES- TIVAL. SLEW PROPERLY VOTE STOOD 6 to 4 AGAINST REPORTING IT-- ANTI-FREE PASS BILL MAY GOTHESAHE WAY-CANE BELT CONSOLIDATION BILL BEFORE THE HOUSE. Austin, Texas, Jan. 31.—The house criminal jurispru- dence committee this morning, by a vote of 6 to 4, killed the nepotism bill. The committee's substitute bill against nepotism was adopted in lieu of the original bill, and was the slayed. Those voting to report it favorably were Foree, Green- wood, Moran and Douglass. Those voting to kiil the bill were Thompson, Burnett, Edwards, Hall, O'Quinn and Barcus. Hancock was present, but did not vote. Belore the vote was taken I hompscn said that the bill was not within the requirements of the platform to make it a c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 February 1905

fit j " uf'JJMPTIOfc M u 4JU8H8 and " ^-fOLDS Price „ boc a "i,oof' ff^RSw DISTRICT coriiT, j of the term, Willie Uoolnby, son oi | A. joQlshy of (he Pleasant Valley The following t roceedings have been • nejghi}orlJODU As near as wo can learn had in the district eon pi the past week: j.jly t0 they are about as Joseph Bevll vb Mu offer Oil & Cotton« f0|]0Ws; Gu December 19th, the teaeh- C"; jcdgmsnt by a"reeihei.t for plain- j 0f 0t the solicol, Miss Lora Rucker tilt' for $(10.00 attempted to pumsh young O-oolsby for Surest and Guicke'.t Ouro for all THJtCAT cad hVKO TIOTXB- J..SSj or HONEY BACZ. fSnX^.' JJlBflBKWWBSBO® **T PASSENGER SERVIGE _!N TEXAS. % IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 PACIFIC W L Loftin vs E A Allen ct -1; plain titf naving died case is dismissed by consent. G- A Btanflold vs J M Sheid et al' dis- missed as to defendant Sheid and judg- ment by default against other defend- ants. R. Oliver et al v8 Or csbeck Cotton, Oil Go; ordered to sell lots in Corsieaua at private sale...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 February 1905

pi;-v V' " . mmwra 1 P: 'A ' : -i:' -V !*>' *J::3=2-! I J?!! •oyV: GIST £M> <Jr >.W- NO COUNTRV IS SAPB WITHOUT A STRONG NAVV NO FAM1LV IS SAFU WITHOUT A BOTTLE OF DR. TICHENOR'S ANTISEPTIC For WOUNDS, BURNS, BRUISES, SCALPf!, COLIC and CRAMPS lOc and 80c and a 3ohle or - <" BflQN-CHO-DA For Counhs. Colds and Sore Throal—20c Sherrouse Medicine Co. mfrs. new qbleans. la. BaW^tWg^twee.n Cle- burne and Mexia to Be Pushed Rapidly. Cleburne, Tex., Jan. 28 — General Superintendent Gorman of the Trinity arid Brazes Valley Jicad, with headquarters here, states that the new road will b<- baila-:ted from hero to Mexia, and the work will be completed in about two months. He a.l*'< states that it is likely that h« now road will gee a track le go from t!ie Santa Fe to run fr- m here to Fort Worth, and t &t eventually the road will he bt ilt to Fort Worth or to Primrose, to The Mammoth and the Mosquito -r-mr the Frisco into t i East on the Southwes Limited. You cannot dro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 February 1905

iif." v •' ... /,"? ■;/■ :•''. ; .:, '%■: ■ ■;«' :J^'s:- ■■ ;r"^ -jfl State Herald. MKiM w«J Thursday Iff M. P. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. SabMffiytlon, par year, $1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter meme tied up for several days And it hasn't been balmy sum- mer weather down here in the sunny southland. A MUTTON-HEAD. "I don't think I should like the sheep business." "Why not?" "Because it has so many ram- ifications." "Oh. 1 don't know whether it has or not. " "Oh, yes ewe do.'' "Say, let's stop. I'm getting wool-gathered. " •'You're a mutton-head "Now you are trying to make me feel sheepish." Perhaps this joke should have been baa-ed out.—Dallas News. Aren't you just kidding us? And now the British lion and the Russian bear are growling at each other. Texas is well represented the cotton convention now session in New Orleans. And the president is now tak- ing boxing lessons. Going to get ready to knock '5m out, eh? If King Ed takes a notio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 February 1905

„ ■ ■" ' • I:/-. V v,,t •: ffir. twn* The 106 a Year! M«fMlne,Urgeit,brigh- test Had finest Ilhiatra- *v 0 0 ted rUftxine in the I world for lOo a year, to llljKm introduce it ONLY. It h bright and np-to-date- Tells all about Southern Home Life. It is fall of > fine engravings of grand /scenery, buitdiugx, and famous people 8 -'d at once. 10c a year postpaid any where in Jhe U. Canada and Mevico. (iyears Or, clubs of 6 names 50c. 12 for DO. Send us a dub. Money bacK if not delighted. btamps taken Cut this out. Send today. THE DIXIE HOME no. 19. Birmingham, - - - - Alabama. Home once tl 0 Dr. J. L. Metcalf DEN1IST. £3~Office —Front Rooms^OverJStorey'g Book Store. Phcne No. 110. MEXIA. TEXAS personal ]for tbe TKaeefe. Jl I Little Miss 3ettie Karner Ken- nedy is recovering from a spell of la grippe. In her over three years of school life she has never been tardy and this, is her first absence. Misses and Ladies fine stone rings at Pittman's. Mrs. J. A. Arvin is visiting in Waco for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 February 1905

j 7 =5= u- 1 f. Fat. is of great aCconni to a babj' ; that is wh}1 babies are fat. * If your baby is scrawny, Scott's Emulsion is what he wants. The health}' baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle. Fat babies are happy ; the}' do not cry ; they are rich ; their fat is laid up for time of need. The}7 are «''V Startling But Triie. People the ijvcr were. liam#ed on learning of the lajjiic^po theater fire in which nearly si* hundred, people lost their Jives, yet tuore than five times this number or o ?er 3J300 people died frain pneumonia in Chicago .during the same year, with scarcely a passing notiee. Every one of these cases of pneumonia resulted from a cold and could have been prevented by the t;mely use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. A great many who had every reason to fear pneumonia have warded it off by the pri nipt, use of this rained jr. The follow- ing is an instance of th>s sort. ''Too unjcii cannot be sail'. in^favor or Cham- berlain's Co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 February 1905

Hp V' BmPSi sand* na«.JKi«iwy feptfio; Proposed Railroad and Don't Know it. i : - m ssess c f \ '>M .4. Consolidation. The Chronicle recognizes, as d) all intelligent people who un- derstand the necessity for , unre- strained competition between railroads, the wisdom of the law which prohibits consolidation of parallel and competing lines, and it would never favor any legisla- tion which would be construed as a.disobedience or eyasion of the legator constitutional mandate. Looking, however, at the ques- tion of the proposed consolida- tion of certain branch lines or fueders of the Galveston, llarris- ouig and San Antonio Railway Company with that company, the Chronicle can see no reasonable objection to the proposed uotion. It does not appear to be in any- wise antagonistic to or violative of section 5, articlo 10, (;f the Constitution. While the public is interested in the observance of the consti- tutional prohibition against con- solidation, it id) likewise interest- ed in suc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 February 1905

I I A T7' 5 ■ « '■ v. ■dm IRSe* ■*£■• • '>V • w«v 4 Mvl liiJlljfi 2fc rly one-fourth of the sur- ttnrof the entire German empire Snwvered with forests (about 48,- •■asquare miles), nore than one- amkA (38,000 square miles) feeing ^wcspicd bj' fyhat the Germans hoclnvald," that is, forests n*%tllgrorwh trees. The area oc- sn^rrd bv trees of the pine family m•store than three times as great <ac. "&at occupied by all the vari- •MseaQi deciduous trees combined. ■M die 5,658,000 acres of decidu- ■whs; trees, 1,172,000 acres are oak. ^OOO acres are birch, alder and ia^env and .4,019,000 acres arc '.Ihtoda, etc. Of the 18,495,000 •ICSKS of needle-leaded trees, 12,- '3*5,000 acres are pine, 29,000 •acres are larch. 5,482,000 acres are fir, and 657,000 acres are vrfiifce fir. About 2 1-2 per cent • iffiis "hoclnvald" is owned by ■ssusf crown, nearly 40 per cent by fil*r state, 15 per cent by munic- governments an:l about 40 ,Tfp:rcent by private persons. The mifee area devoted to f...

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