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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 April 1905

y'.'W- m .•4- I m.i % It Ivi' m \r m,' \ See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia,Texas The State Herald. vol. 6 mexia, texas, thursday april 20 1905. No 16. ±$4? I Jfc- iH Wfor i'j 4,1^ |j HBEBIIOBBOPO Our stocks are larger, as- sortment more varied than ever before, and the oppor- tunity to get the newest ma- terials at the lowest prices are unexcelled. We show only worthy goods, such asSchloss and Kratzenstein Clothing, Drew Selhy & Co. Oxfords, Arnold's fine Dress Fabrics, Goods of Standard Value and 90 recognized everywhere. Wagner & Rimassa, Mexia, ... Texas. Special Exhibition of Faster Apparel. Commencing MONDAY, APRIL 17th, we will have on display through- out our store the largest selection of Easter Materials we have ever shown, We will make this sale one of unusual interest, and there is a reason for it—we are fortunate in securing the best of selections as the head of this firm lives in New York City, being a buyer for years for many hous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 April 1905

gWAAft In speaking to Mr. White Ifjrouwftnt toftttbe MgfMt returoi for your labor and your ground, you can't afford to plant anytbltitf but FERRYS the standard after 40 years' test. They always produce ilie largest and surest crops. All dealers sell tkieui. Our 1905 Seed Auuunl free on request D. M. Kerry & Oo. detroit, mich $50 Round sMal i. vwmsSfc&^ t I .-a A Isn't it about time for our citi- zens to take up the matter of sates day? It won't belong now until a (splendid exhibit could be made in farm products, while spring chickens will soon be in bloom. Let us inaugurate the sales day and reap the reward as we did last jear. We suggest that a meeting of commercial club be called to discuss tho mat- ter Won a Name of Haini. j DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the fa- mous little pills, have been made fa- mous by their certain yet harmless anil gentle action upon the bowels and liver They have no equal for biliousness, coustipatiou, etc. They do not weaken the stomach, gripo, o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 April 1905

• 'Ess, i v T I KJ I m. ^ Mr1' r A t MM -..JILL..1 LBOISfcATURE IN SPECIAL SESSION STUFFY COLDS flllOKLY CURED BY Foley's Honey and Tar There is no case on record of a cold resulting in Pneumonia, or other serious lung trouble, after Foley's Honey and Tar had been taken. It will cure the most obstinate racking cough, and heals and strengthens the lungs. Foley's Honey and Tar has cured many cases of incipient Consumption and even in the last stages will always give comfort and relief. Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick relief to Asthma sufferers, as it relieves the difficult breath- ing at once. Remember the name—Foley's Honey and Tar — and refuse substitutes that cost you the same as the genuine. Do not take chances with some unknown preparation. Contains no opiates. Cured of Terrible Cough on Lungs. N. Jackson of Danville, 111., writes: "My daughter had a severe attack of La Grippe and a terrible eough on her lungs. We tried a great njany remedies without relief. She tried Foley's H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 April 1905

erecj Thursday by M. P. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. Sob*elation, per year,... 91.00 Entered at the postoffice at Mexia, Tex., as second class mall matter RAILROAD DAMAGE SUITS. Four railroad damage suits were disposed of at the present term of court, in two of which, the only cases contested, the rail- road won before the jury, file other twp were not tried, but compromised. It is beginning to look as though the old-time pre- judice against railroads and other corporations is disappearing. Much of this is due to the work of the newspapers that have been duigent in their efforts toward di- recting public sentiment to the greatiujustice that has been meet- ed out to the railroads through the medium of the damage suit industry.—Groesbeck Journal. Justice will triumph in the end. The old theory that whatever could be gouged off a railroad Co. was legitimate spoil had its foundation in immorality and pre- judice. Good jurors will not knowingly assist in the spoliation of a great corpora...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 April 1905

Bington. . Wlntlow ■ Soothing: Syrup, njureu teotblng, softens the guroa, reati „ eUoa, alleys pern, cares wind eollo. 25c e bottle. duces to- m m Jft * f/ " E®&>- ir ■< A \ . ' • :i|t < , ' fefti ■ w ! It Is clal"ied that married men make bettor clearks than single ones—prob ably because they are not In such a hurry to get. home of an evening. All Up-to-Date Housekeeper* use Defiance Cold Water Starch, be- cause It Is better, and 4 oz. more of it (or same monev. Succiws sometimes depends upon how much you can borrow. Itch cured In 30 minutes by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fulls. Sold by all Wholesale and lletall Druggists. Some people would not only heap coals of fire on their enemies' heads, but they would pile them up mountain- high. , Piso's Cure cannot be too highly spoken of fcS • cough cure.—J. W. O'BRIKN, 823 Third Avfc Minneapolis. Minn.. Jan. J. l'UU. Do New Year resolutions Is glttin ter be es frequent es de cihills in spring time, en des erbout es popu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 April 1905

r ? i \ I r; fM $ % ft* k"" . w< Wr F>r ■mi. "V |: V m ii 1 THE STATE HERALD. N. P. HAUX, Publisher. . Thursday, April 20, 1905. MEXIA, TEXAS A fashion writer says: "A ■woman can change the shape of her brows." Is that all? A woman is as old as she looks, and a man is as old as she concludes to make him feel. Dr. layman Abbott declares that "wealth Is a danger." Sorry we're Out of danger, Doc. Hetty Green admits that she does not like an auto any more than she does a tax assessor. Extraordinary news from Paris! There Is a new play there that is popular, though decent. The 400 is said to drink less cham- pagne than formerly, but the beer sta- tistics remain unchanged. Collars are no longer fashionable for women, but are still the proper thing for good husbands to wear. A contemporary says "rattan chairs have been made for hundreds of years." How old is Hat Ann? "Beefsteak should be eaten rare." says a health expert. At present \ prices most of us eat it rarely. Dr. Rondthaier s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 April 1905

yWf*; ( A. > i £ ea Arlae, my heart, and sing thy Easter song! To the great anthem of returning bird, And sweetening bud, and green, ascending blade, Add thou thy word. Long was the winter and the waiting long; Heart, there were hours, indeed, thou wert afraid,— So long the Spring delayed. Shut in the Winter's alabaster tomb, So white and still and sleeping Summer lay. That dead she seemed; And none might know how in her magic side. Slept the young Spring, and moved, and smifed. And dreamed. Behold, she wakes again, ana open-eyed, Gazes in wonder round the leafy room, At the young flowers. Upon this Easter Day Awaken, too, my heart, open thine eyes, And from thy seeming death thou, too, arise. Arise, my heart; yea, go thou forth ana slngl Join thou thy voice to all this music sweet, Of crowding leaf, and busy, building wfhg, And falling showers; The murmur soft of little lives new-born, The armies of the grass, the million feet Of marching flowers. How sweetly blows the Resurrect...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 April 1905

ft- £ I The Door Stands Wide Open. r To r«fnte the many falise and raallel- «u attacks, bogus formulas and other untruthful statements published concern- ing Doctor Pierce's World-famed Family Medicines the Doctor has decided to pub- lish all the Ingredients entering Into his mHavorlte Prescription" for women and his equally popular tonic alterative known as Dr. Plerce'i Discovery. s Golden Medical Hereafter every bottle of these medicines leaving the groat Labor- atory at Buffalo, N. Y., will l)ear upon it a full list of all the Ingredients entering Into the compound, lioth aro made en- tirely from native roots, barks and herbs. The ingredients of the "Golden Med- ical Discovery" being Golden Heal root, Queen's root, lilaclc-ciiorrybaric, Man- drake root, llloodroot. Why Is it so many have been strength- ened and benefited by the tonic effect of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery? It Is because at this time of the year peoplo feel run-down, nerveless, sleepless and worn out. Poi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 April 1905

M;- '■'f * ■' >' mwwMvvvmm * >r. J. hp Metcafl DEN1181. pr Uf Office —Front Rooms in Knights of Pythias Hall. Phone No. 110. MEXIA. TEXAS { f I I 1 ((j ; 11 I < i r (t al jfor tbe Week lhe fishing party that started to Mossy Lake ten days ago, cot home Tuesday night. They did not get to the lake on account of the river being too high to cross, but they caught lots ot fish on this side where thry camped. 1 pay highest cash price jor poultry, eggs, butter, beeswax, dry hides, etc* J R. Goodrich, Mexia, just west of city hall. Mrs. J. A. Gantz has returned from a visit iu Corsicana. Miss A. Meyer has returned from Dallas and is novir busy get- ting up her class in shorthand. A New Stock of Diamond rings cheap at W. D Pittman's. About the finest box of straw- berries we have eeen this year came to our house this morning •as a present from Mr. F, L. Dun- lap. for which we return thanks. The berries were raised in Mr. Dunlap'sgarden, notwithstanding he had been told that they cou...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 April 1905

,1 Htw Discovery , ;v, •.'JMPTlOh Prle« m I O^GHSand 60c «i $1.00 V^OLDS Free trlil. Shwest an i Quickest Cure TT7ST SSUtOAT and LUNG THOUB- 2223, or MONEY BACK. 3BT PASSENGER SERVICE -IN- TEXAS. X IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 TEXAS PACIFIC J, j> ~no rnoualc to answer questions. StfPERB "ULLMAN VESTIBULE? SLEEPERS, '3SOMC RECLINING en AIR CAPS (seats FFrc) 3W ALL THROUGH TRAINS. JWS/1 XjINE WITH faat morning1 and Sliming' trains to St. Louis and the feast. ■iW XiINB WITH Pullman Sleej>~r. v :1 hiffh-baclc Scarr'^tt seat Con. ;,-a ;!-• l afirn (without change) to iians, daily. XiINii WITH kandsor^e new Chair "It.m through (without cuaatge) daiU it. Louis, Memphis ani? Paiiu. ' S..7 LINE WITH a saving- o. J2 hours ;.j- California. Sleeping: Cars, weekly. thronTl 'aout change) to San Francisco. oinincTcars - YsrrwEEN TEXAS and ST. LOUIS 9N BOTH OF OUR, INCOM- PARABLE TRAINS, "€4N!M©ft! BALI9'; ^IGHT EXPRESS" k p.TURNER, .^fSRAL PASSENQEP AND TICKET AGENT- OALLAS5. TEX. •A * jb%'- ■ f Jli...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 April 1905

r: ■8K ' ..."' IIIMM>«>MMM* I« ty ti ftv iptl lt-W< "J am?.- wsfc 1 . • m y\ f J5Mi MM #01 Ncmbaom,'.President Job. b. W. 1* ill rfhYi Vice I're Lono, Cashier. The First National Bank OF MEXIA. Capital and Surplus 5100,000. The oldest 'and strongest Natonal Banc in the county. e loan money at reasonable rates. We solicit deposits of any amount. Our facilities for doing a general banking business are betler now than erer, and we respectfully invite a call fron anyone who has money to borrow or money to deposit. It will pay you to see us before open.ng an accunt elsewhere. Farmers loans a specialty, Vuluables kept free of charge for customers of this bank Chartered. We confer degree upon our graduates and give thf m a diploma that will be honored by any institution in America. Notes acccpteil for tuition. Posltons guaranteed. Railroad fare paid from all points. Otalog ami a lesson in pfnmanship free. Your name on 12 cards for 25o in stamps. vVe teach peu- manshiD by mail, TeW...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 April 1905

I>H The t hNvti Stores. Cneevea Cheeves Jheeveg CheevM Cheeves UMrw Cheey<.8 Cheeves Cbeeve« Cbeeves Cheeves Bros & Go, Brts. & Co >... Bros. & Co..... Bros. & Co Broj. & Co Bros. 4 Co Bros, ft Co..... Bros & Linthionm & Lintbicum.. & Ltnthicum.. Mexla Coraioana Waxahachie Gainesville McKinney Killeen ...Temple Cameron Tyler Marlin Cal/ert Cheeves Bros. & Co., MEXIA, : TEXAS. We want to impress you with this fact—our store is fall to overflowing with a brighter and better stock thau has ever been our pleasure to show at any previous Spring. We wish to call your attention in pattioular to our MILLINERY DE- PAR lMENT. and our facilities for satisfactorily filling your Millinery orders. The Cheeves Stores. Cheeves Bros * Co, Mexla Cheeves Bros, ee Co Coraicana Cheeves Bros, it Co Waxahachie Cheevel Bros. ft Co Gainesville Cheeves Bra* ft Co MoKinnev Cheeves Bros. & Co Killeen I heeves Bros, ft Co Temple Cheeves Bros Cameron Cheeves ft Li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 April 1905

' k ,,.V I *#1 I i' I J I "> * tJ '■£$h ' V •> ,"^£ . I > - r «4| v% l I L I See J. Sand ford Smith ior Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia,Texas State Herald. VOL. 6 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY APRIL 27 905. No 17. Pi Your Attention TAKE a few minutes and read the offerings on Ibis page oare- fuily then come and see if they are not just as we tay. We'll do the rest. Wagner & MEXIA, Rimassa, Just a Word *1* * FOR NEXT WEEK we are going tj pat on sale suits wortu up to 17 50, tor $4.98 These arejunt right and fit corrrct: several patterns to geltict from. $8.50 valups. military cut, choice $5.98 $10.0 ), These are really fine 1u their makeup.choice patterns, pick your size at $6.50 $l-i. 6U ralaes, in medium dark shades, brown and grav mixtures, at $8.50 We have the mixtures, ov *r plaid, a beauty 8 08 From this price list you will readfly observe the size of our stock and at price" to suit any one. One lot of fancy vests in brown or tan, black and white dots, up to $2, yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 April 1905

i? r rrys art known by w&t grown. For half#century IT. ... rt—!*▼« they have ntnvy they have been the standard—haven't failed onoe to produce bigger, bet- ter crops than any others. Bold by all dealers. 1005 Heed An* ■Ml tree to all applleanUi. D. M. FCRRY A CO.. Detroit, Mich. It's Oil Right. It may not smooth the wafers, but it surely soothes the pain. Use it on your cuts, bums, bruises aches and pains* It will make you happy, because it makes you well. Hunt's Lightning Oil. The Lewis und Clark Exposi- tion will ct.st $7,000,000. A Tried and True Frljnd. One Mintte Cough Cure contains not an ktoin of any harmful drug, and it has been curing Coughs, (Jolds, Croup and Whooping Cough so Ions that it has proven itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who use it. Mrs. Gertrude E, Fenner, Marion, Ind., says: "Coughing and straining so wealcensd me tnat I run down i:i weight from 148 to 92 pounds. After trying a number of remedies to no avail, One Minute Cough Cure entirely ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 April 1905

H5-sr ( OtEY'S HONEY and TAR CURES loughs and Colds PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption Foley's typney and Tar not only ■tops the coffjjb, but heals and strength- ens the lungs and prevents serious re- sults from a cold. There is no danger of Pneumonia, Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Foley's Honey and Tar is taken, as it will cure the most stub- born coughs—the dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop into pneumonia over night. If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Foley's Honey and Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs. Remember the name — Foley's Honey and Tar—and refuse any substitute offered. Do not take chances with some unknown preparation that costs you the same when you can get ! Foley's Honey and Tar, that costs you no more and is safe and certain in results. Contains no opiates. Court House Notes. Cured After Physicians Said Ha Had Consumption. E. H. Jones, Pastor M. E. Church, Grove, Md., writes: "About seven or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 April 1905

' "Clean Up" • "Clean Up" SHOE SALE wnSvYoS DrOS, (X uo s SHOE SALE II ' If Great Seven Day "Clean Up" Shoe Sate, Beginning Saturday, April 29th, and closing Saturday, May 6th, all odds and end.; and broken lines will be sold at an enormous Sacrifice. Lots of regular line will also be CUT DEEPER I HAN EVER BEI'ORE. Ladies Shoes. lQO pair ladies' Doogola shoes in both lace and AP . button, sold at ¥1 COapair, THIS SALE ONLY.... #*10 240 pair lidies' Oxfords and sa dals, (too many styles to list separately) nothing in the lot worth less than SI 25; wt offer at 79c Ladies' Oxfords in boe.h heel and spring heel, about AA. 25 pair in the loc, made by Hamilton-Brown Shoe (I UP Co- to sell for 12 00 a pair, this sale they go at UvU —m 100 pair ladies' sample Oxfords and sandals, worth from $1 50 to $3 00 a pair, '.the lot in- cludes many patent leathers, f he entire line at Sl.00 Lidies' black Oxfords, m°de by Hamilton-Brown A| || Shoe Co., a goodfl.75 value, thelot will be closed VI out a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 April 1905

1v" - <-:V? Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENUST. HrOffioe —Front Rooms in Knights of Pythias Hall. Phone No, 110. MEXIA. TEXAS- ■t WlceR 'W: s I« P\ . ■-V I pay highest cash price jor poultry, eggs, butter, beeswax, dry hides, etc*. J R. Goodrich, Mexia, just west of'city hall. The chicken industry is petting to be an enormous business. The local dealers are maning big ship- ments daily, and the farmers are bringing their chickens in and receiving good puces. Early Amber Cane Seed $.'.40 per bushel.—Sterling Bros. ggPearl and gold handle silk parasols at Pittman's. Little Miss Lois Glen spent Sunday afternoon in Groesbeck. Wanted to buy a good young horse,—J. T. Sterling. Frank Smith has built a big barn on his already pretty place. C. Felz buys all kinds of dry hides. Master Clare Lewis visited friends in Groesbeck Sunday afternoon. "Bring your dry hides to C. Felz and receive the highest market price. , J. VV. lvincheloe ia guarding against the elements. He has had a lightening rod put on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 April 1905

II I w 11 it i■xczm&nm hard rock for roads Mam WMf s !;!r.King'! 8r* Siscewy si Price 50c &S 1.00 Free'trial. .Y'JMPTIOfJ OlfiKS and _ OLDS SSfMlTand Quickest Cure for all TKBOAT And LUNG THOUB- 3UK8, or MONEY BACK. Engineer Uhl Does Not Be- lieve It Best to'Use Dal- las Comply Gravel. ITEM OF COST CONSIDERED Stiff HSSENB SERVICE IN TEXAS. X IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 TEXAS PACIFIC^* ,«> rnouBLr to answer qulotions. 3CFERB "ULLMAN VESTIBUI.EP SLEEPERS, ■MNOSOMI r ec li NiNG ch al F5 CARS (seats fpfe) on all through trains. • -aiJiT LINE WITH fa3t morning anc! -livening trains to St. Louis and the LINE WITH Pullman Slooper.- mjO laierh-bacli ScarrJ^t Beat Conch os .h/outrn (without change) to New ■Ji-le-ans, dally. il.TUNiS WITH handsor..o newChilv Oars throug-h (without euani-o) dnil.y, X' St. Louis, Memphis and Paao. yiUTt LINE WITH a saving n. i 2 hours es> California. Sleeping Oars, weekly, througl '•"tthout change) to San Francisco. OiNING CARS s~ - ■(■ 8;tween TEXAS and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 April 1905

:J£ M9| 1 1 I I I ' \ 1 it ' | wL I 1 H r' u ■ f \ JoiNorbbaum,'.President W. b. Ml rphy, Vice Pre " ! Joa. B. XiONO, Cashier. The First National Bank i OF MfciXIA. Capital and Surplus ,5100,000. The oldest 'and strongest Natonal Bans in the county. e loan money at reasonable rates. Wo solicit deposits of auy amount. Our facilities for doing a general banking business are better now than ever, and we respectfully invite a call froo anyone who has money to borrow or money to deposit. It will pay you to tee us before opening an acount elsewhere. Farmers loans a specialty. Valuables^kept free of oharge lor oustomers of this bank. Chartered. "We confer decree upon our graduates and give them a diploma that will be honored by any institution in America. Notes accepted for tuition. Positons guaranteed. Railroad fare paid from all points. Catalog and a lesson in p°nnianship free. Your name on 12 cards for 20c in stamps. We teach pen- manshin by mail, TeWraphy taught. N R. STONE, President,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 April 1905

ffiSsH m 1 |i f I ■ i 9 1 \ | $ : H H. II f m rI 11 I ■ .' m Hills Classics. Our lady of Easter bad a right to feel much agneved over the ao-eaeter-like weather. For days •he tried by m aging of the joye of sprie'd gentle eprie'd, with a eold in her head and shivers ohasing down her baok, to keep Iter spirits up aud her hopes un- fitted. Like an artist, she spread a combination of beauty fresh up- on the canvass of her ingenious mind, which she, pretty pa a picture was to portray at the blesaei Eastertide. To arise, shine, to go forth decur::ted ami adorned—aud to be ju at too cute for anything had been her dream tor weeks. Finally when dawned the Day of Hope, what of the weather? Capricious as April skies were our lady's moods. "Stnilv around the lips, and teary around the •yea" was she as the weather, promised to be fair or foul.. Shah I wear it or not vear it. b'.y dear little Easter bonnet? was the burning question. Th true, the Day was "East- ern" with the melody of silvery, ti...

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