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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 May 1905

3?V .J. L. MetcaK DENllST. J^'Office —Front Roomg in Knights of Pythias Hall. Phcne No. 110. MEXIA. TEXAS I % 0 ('^ Xocal ant> personal | ]for tbe Week. \ J, W- Stubenrauch and N. 1'. Houx attended the meeting of tbe Truck growers in Austin this week and appeared before the railroad commission in the inter- est of the Keeling plan, which is to allow a man to go with a ship- ment of trucls amounting to a car load or more. There were dele- gates present from a number of truck growers associations in dif- ferent parls of Texas and the case was ably stated to the com- mission by Messrs. Keeling, Bar- tholomew and Harper, and Con- gressman Scott Field aiso made a sU'ong talk to the commission for the privilege. The reports from different sections are to the effect that all crops have been material- ly damaged by the continued rains. Oran Wroe has Austin where he has been at- tending tho State University the past session. Mrs. Paul J. Norman has re- turned from a visit to Kosse friends...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 May 1905

:.A;K WMUmHili ..•"'JMPffOh Prlei 01 CHS and 50c A SI.00 ^OLOS Fre Trial. Bluest and Quickest Oure^r THROAT and LUNG XH0UB-. L35S, or MONEY BACK, 3SST PASSENGER SEBViSE TEXAS. 4. IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 !•> <0 trouble to answer questions.^ VJPERB "ULLMAN VESTIBUl SLEEPERS, •' - NQSOMC RECLINIMGCHAinC K (SEATS FPFE) ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. } TEXAS PACIFIC .-;L7 LINE WITH fast morning a ? renins trains to St. Louis and the j. a st. r 7 LINE WITH Pullman Sleeper. . ■ -1 higrh-back Scarries seat Coaches irasrh (without change) to Kow .r .aans, da<iy. - ■.:: LINJS WITH handsome new Che ir ■•3 through (without c.rjanpe) doir., :• St. Louis, Memphis and b-- Pat.. " t,Y LINE WITH a saving o. J 2 hours o California. • jrist Sleepinfe- Cars, weekly, througl "-without change) to San Francisco. DINING CARS . ■! BETWEEN TEXAS AND ST. LOUIS ON 30TH OF OUR INCOM- PARABLE TRAINS, :AIMIMOfM BALS. *5 -AND- SIGHT EXPRESS1 E P.TURNER, •-■NERAL PASSENQEI? AMD TlCKFT AOEW- OA'.LAi. TEX. 1 have reoei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 May 1905

SjS* ri'wn Joa Nunbbadm, President. W I.. Mt rpj ; j Joe. B. Long, Cashier. " Pre The First National Bank OF MBX1A. Capital and Surplus 5100,000. The oldest and strongest N atonal Bans; in tbe county. e loan money at reasonable rates. We solicit deposits of any amount. Our facilities 16r doing a general banking business are better now than ever, and we respectfully invite a call frora anyone who has money to borrow or money to deposit. It will pay you to see us before opening an aoeunt elsewhere. Farmers loans a specialty. Valuables kept free of charge for oustomers of this bank. Chartered. We confer degree upon our gruduates and give thf m a diploma that will be honored by any institution in America. Notes accepted for tuition. Posltons guaranteed. Railroad fare paid from all points. Otalog and a lesson in penmanship free. Your name on 12 cards for 25c in stamps. We teach pen manship by mail. TeWraphy taught. N K. STONE, President, McKinney, Teyas. Southern SUNHKT 1«) I I K, Pacifi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 May 1905

"•' N If* m EVERY WORD OF THIS AD ! Shoes. An Editors Request *11 Editor. * Dalla8, Tex., MaV 12,1905. Dt&r Brother Eduor: Have you children of your Aim? Then you know ho* dear t:, -v are. And i trust you know s. i-thing, by happy experience., vho unselfish interest which Sunday School Workers take in i- v* peoples children than ^heir | JUL/ t , . 1! yt'u not think they do- 9® v. more commeh !aMon,thanks m he'p i;nn thev usually fret I , i . i i. ■ i • w 11o 4tiVi ry in •• t d ■ v the1 work they 3,-$ . i n mailing you under seper-i Jc$ (juvrv a copy of the Texas I ay S -liool Star, printed ,.!r: v i'm!- iiic good it liiiiy do and help it may he to Sunday School Workers. f.:ere are tv.'o things m the £«vr which 1 want you particu- . , •• to help make public. First : !. ac • Convention and Sec- taxi: 'ihe International Cor- v-erUon at Toronot, As a matter ij! Sunday School New.-, these ,jv- great Contention? will in- tf.-si your readers. Being an I.'. r iny>e)f, 1 appeal to you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 May 1905

See J. Sandford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mevia,Texas The State Herald. VOL. 6 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 25 1905. No 21 t m JfWllJUi JEfr! A-irAl ~ill~Ilk ~ 11TT Ii V im 1*1*1 bbbhebbb COME and see for your- self the EXTRA VALUES offered. EXTRA VALUES ON Seasonable Merchandise ! FREE. Ice Water every hour in the day. Ttie quotation!? we make are really interesting, but we ask you to come seethe goods. Thats the best way to judge. We loave it with you ard know you will make your purchases here and now. Always something i.ew here. We keep goods coming all the time. Our New York buvar is on the lookout for I119 stores. It will pay you to always read the FIRST PAGE of this paper. □ Ml Store IRews Our STARTLING REDUCTION SALE was a succetp and you helped make it so. We received several hundred Folding Pans past week. Selling then1 at 4c. 6c, 7c, 10c and 15c. Nice ones to you 11 find them. The large Palm Leaf Fans at each 1c. 15 iroh Satin Palm 2 for 5c. 9 inch Satin Pal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 May 1905

■ ■ • JJj? lias Mary Waller, who reoefft- lv reeigned her position in the > ligh Sohool at this place, died "at the residence of her mother in Mexia last Thursday. Miss Wal- ler had been in failing health for some time, and her retirement from the school here was forced thereby. She was an' accom- plished young lauv with a charm- ing disposition, and during her stay horc made many friends who regret to hear of her untime- ly death.— Groesbeck Journal. Mot Weathr Piles. Persons afflicted with piles • houlil be careful at tliis season of the year. Hot weather and bad drinking water attri- bute to the conditions which make piles more painful and dangerous. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain, draws out the soreness and cures, Get the genuiue, bearing the name of lu C DeWitt & Co For sale by Mexia Drug Co Strawberries are about al 1 gathered and dewberries are now on the market. The crop is a large one and the fruit is large and sweet. Next comes the blackberries. Does Not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 May 1905

Bfip&a$3 F^'r' Ivif i u .. I 51*4*2= ap Pi ; . : r &fE W# t n A V ■DNET CURE Cures Kidney and Blad- der Diseases In Every Form—Many People Have Kidney Trouble and Do Not Know It. HOW TO FIND OUT. It is the function of the kidneys to Alter and purify the blood which is constantly passing through them. When the kidneys are out of order the other organs are affected immediately and you may have symptons of heart trouble, stomach and liver trouble, and other ailments, which are all owing to the kidneys being weak and out of order. if you are sick Foley's Kidney Cure will strengthen and build up the worn out tissues of the kidneys so they will act properly and the symptons of weakness, heart, stomach and liver trouble will disappear and you will b« restored to perfect health. How to Tell If You Have Kidney Trouble. You can easily determine if your kid- neys are out of order by setting aside for 21 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising. If upon examination it il cloudy o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 May 1905

mm -.v. i State Herald. M 'Utotf w«ry Thursday by n. p. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. gttbbcriirtlon, per year., 91.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter subh erimrt arottM the i«*a- tion of the people up north a* well as in the south. A base ball player was killed in New York by being struck on the head with a hot ball. A Warsaw bomb thrower was killed by the accidental discharge of his infernal machine. And the teamsters strike in Chicago is not settled after all, but it seems to be still on with prospects of spreading. It is said that a colony of 1000 Russian families are coming to Texas to locate. We don't blame them for wishing such a change. The commission h^s not ren- dered a decision in that applica- tion of the Truckers, but Mr, Co'- quit has pnblioly deolared that he is in favor of granting the re- quest. The approval of one more member of the commission is nil that is needed now to make it a go, and it is to be hoped it will be favorably ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 May 1905

EHBK WW* **' i4M' ■jpvrrr^r Dr. J. L. MetcaK DENllST. HP Office —Front Rooms in Knights of Pytbiag Hall. Phcne No,110, MEXIA, TEXAS I lr [9 fiS to FP 's I lie 111 is |ug- nve ick ?gy (rty He ial* best its- o. V Xocal anfc personal \ jfov tbc Tfldech. | <VWW* ^ \fchen in Mexia don't fail to call on J. D. Sawyer and D. A. (Bud) iverzue and get their prices on groceries. Small profit, quick sales, is their motto. J. R. Se- well is with them and will be pleased to wait on you. You will find them in frontof Geo. Wood's old stand. Mr, R. E. Farrar who lives just West of town was in a few days ago and said to the editor: "Tell Mr. Nussbaum that he is mutaken about the crops being as good as they were at this time last year. At least that is not the cii9e in my section. We are badly in the weeds and unless it stops raining soon we will be in the soup." Wanted.—Chickens, eggs and butter.—Storey.the produce man. Niss Ethel Teague of Dallas is visiting relatives here. There is a new baby gi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 May 1905

Iff y®r-> niUiiOO « , CTHE T« LU v'kfclltlg'S F t (j .-jwrrion pn«« OIGHS and 60c & SI.00 OLDS Fret Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for ■jit THROAT ana LUNG THOUB- LBS, or MONEY BACK JEST PASSENGER SERVICE -IN- TEXAS. 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 TEXASHI fXhi ^PACIFIC SAILWAYB ,<0 TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. iJPERB fULLMA"! VESTIBUi.EP SLEEPERS, ' AN OSOME RECLINING CHAIR CARS (SEATS ftfe) ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. LINE WITH f 3t morning- and evening: trains to St. Louis and the East. ■JLT LINE WITH Pullman Steepen find high-back Scarr^t seat Coaches through (without chanare) to Nev: Orleans, daily. iI.Y LINE WITH handsome new Chair Curs through (without cuange) daily, to St. Louis, Memphis and Pajo. SLY LINE WITH a savinfir i 2 houn- to California. Jurist Sleeplnar Cars, weekly, througl 'without change) to San Francisco. DINING CARS v- - Y BtrwEEN TEXAS AND ST. LOUIS ON BOTH OF OUR INCOM- PARABLE TRAINS, CANNON BALL" —AND MIGHT EXPRESS" E P.TURNER, "iNBRAL PA39ENQER AND TlOKST AO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 May 1905

mm Br —l Joi:Nuhbach, President. W i . Mirpji" Pre Joe. B. Lono, Cashier. The First National Bank OF MKX1A. • Capital and Surplus ,$100,000. The oldest 'and strongest Natonal Banc in the county. e loni money at reasonable rates. We solicit deposits of any amount. (Jar facilities for doing a general banking business are better now than ever, and we respectfully invite a call frou anyone who has money to borrow or money to deposit. It will pay you to tee us before open ng an accunt elsewhere. Farmers loans a s\>ecialty, Valuables.kept free of charge for customers of this bank? Chartered. We confer degree upon our grfiduates and give them a diploma that will be honored by any institution in America. Notes accepted for tuition. Posltons guaranteed. Railroad fare paid from all points. Catalog and a lesson in p nnianship free. Your name on 12 cards for 23c in stamps. Wo teach pen- manship by mail. Telegraphy taught. N it. STONE, President, MoKinney, Tevas. YOAKUM REITER- ATES A TALE Ab...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 May 1905

iiitli mmm. 'UM-i&im 3m!g$Mg&i i . • ■ * • j I I I I J: .131 ,-a i. rM " #"t a1. I | I I f m l § i V Rfltvtty. Strathcona, lord high coot of Canada, recently co - his 8oth year. Except <* ; occasions the has eaten but tw© wal« a* day for sixty years—break- fast and dinner. His lordship is .3* largest landholder in the world, "3«mang millions of acres in the Can- adian Northwest, besides a vast es- Jale in Scotland, the place of his feth. He sakl recently: "I see can harm tn smoking a little, and in •drinking a little, but I believe in • temperance—yes, temperance in all ■fkijig's, whether food, drink or to 'fcacco. At the s:v.ne time, in my opinion, i' nv r.re none more in- temperate than those who insist on ffjfcd abstinence. I am not aware Jhatf I work harder than other men. :3 h-dvc congenial work, and attend ."Jo every detail of mv business. In assiduity and correntration lies the secret of success." ljt NAPPY n. Senator on Probation. Senator Knox, of Pennsylvania, .....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 June 1905

,:fw4f' \ "x i ■ Wm •WWSSl mm ' ' Stee J. Sandford Smith lor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia,Texas The State Herald. vol. 6 mexia, texas, thursday june i, 1905. No 22 ANOTHER GREAT BARGAIN EVENT! Beginning Tuesday June 6th at 8:30 A M and Closes June 15th jiHniri-iiiiniiiiigiiiimaiiimniiiiimiimiiiiipciniiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiintiiiii t * H Sale begins Tuesday, H June 6th and Closes June jj 15th. Come and get your H Wash Goods at a saving i; of One Half. « 3j-i!ai!naniiaiumiiiii iaiiiiaiUiiriinami!i!a aiiBaiaijii!BiBiBa Wagner & Rimassa, MEXIA. : TEXAS. Sale begins Tuesday, | June 6th. Doors open at | 8:30 a. m. Nine Days of | Special Value Giving. | \ On May 1st the H. B. Cloflin Co., of New York, the largest dry goods house in the world, put on sale $1,000,000 worth of Wash Goods. These goods were furnished by the mills, their surplus, and consisted of all classes of fine fabrics. They v ere sold only to parties who could handle case lots. It takes big buyers to handie such eno...

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

3 op Ohio, City of Toledo, / lrcaa County, f Prank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner 11 the ttrrn of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of To'edo, County and State afore- said, and that said tirui will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS lor each and every caso of Catarrh that cannot bo fured by the rise of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J< Cheney. . Sworn to before me and subscribed in rr;y presence, this 6th Jay of Decmber, a. d. 1886. A. w. glexson, (Seal) Notary Public- Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- nally. and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, o. Sold by all diuggists, 7se. Take Hail's Family Pills for consti- pation. Miss Gordon and Little Miss Marguerite Munger have returr- ed from a visit in Cleburne. Its Oil Kight. It may not smooth the waters, but it surely smoothes the pain, Use it on your cuts, burns, bruises, aches and pains, It will make you happy, be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 June 1905

N HERALD - Supplement. ipec Dm; it 1 ti lis 1 1st irrd ry Pi pss, si actio )u h<i |ddcr )LE |e, as 1 in a mal lidbcj Hoi pan el oul lours 1 IrisinJ pv or 1 at or j I'our f'S ,t on<j -D Al :ia B Hi VOL (i MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1905 NO 22. COURT HOUSE NEWS. County Court proceedings. District Court Juries.. COUNTY COURT The following pioonedings hiive been lia.a in ihe county ecurt the past week: Jackson Md.-e Co. vs Minnie (r, David- judgment for defend- ant. it. P Merrill vs J. I.. Thomp- son; continued. A W Evans H & T C R li Co judgment for plaintiff for '165.00 Fust Natr'11ml Bank of Mexia vs W D Phillip-; judgment for plaintiff 'iv default with foreclos- ure of mort. lien, Brown & Williams vs I Gio-,s man & Son- Mfg. Co: dismissed at pltts, cost. W C Frazier vs D L Lyle; on trial. March-'.li Medicine Co vs VV G Ainaworth et al; continued. Thos F Bryan, trustee vs Har- per & Price; judgment by default for 8292.85. MARRIACiE LICENSE. Mollie Magee to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 June 1905

n p ram] ag Gt 1 maid Junl uiilarl rs. \vf ututiN visit!life InS s'on,"Fr'of.'.r. VV. Reiii. reot an*erroneoug report ofrctuat- rhe death o£ mm -- V'3 inforn s . -■ • • oovul A. I Taco, '* —J V ' > 330-1 ui:is| ■ tdci'l >auj • i?ht :har vice pci-l -rf Ktt rn-Jit'iy n\a .'i . way". The ftt. 'x aiil Hna was also tiie first to adopt the steam-be:;

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 June 1905

rl '<:■■■•■ fiK"; Bp tvtyW i ;rv\ wmm \ • ■ a i/ ~ wvr — - BDieUTC nlotll o DISEASE Many people who are neglecting symptoms of k i d n ey trouble, hoping "it will wear away," are drifting towards Bright's Disease, which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE «tops irregularities, strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the worn-out tissues of the kid- neys so they will perform their functions properly. Healthy kid- neys strain out the impurities from the blood as it passes through them. Diseased kidneys do not, and the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation to every part of the body, causing dizziness, backache, stomach trouble, sluggish liver, irregular heart action, etc. If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence tak- 1 ing FOLEY'S KIDXEYCURE at once, as it will cure a slight dis- j order in a few days and prevent a fatal malady. It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system. How to Find Out. You can easily de...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 June 1905

I; ' . Mmi ■ FOR ST*TF TREASURER. IE Hebald. MftoM mm Thursday Mr M. P. HQUX. Editor and Proprietor. rm ■ 0abker\ptfon, per year, 11.00 Entered at the postofflce at Maxla, Tax., as aecond class mail mattar Now for another land fight. Then the thing ought to end. Cotton goes up and corn goes down. That is the report from the markets of the east. Baron Alphonso de Rothschild, the noted French banker, is dead at his home in Paris, France. The Russian bear will no doubt be good nmv, He may get over it but bs will never look the same. Dallas is making a bid for the encampment of the T. N. G. and offers to put up $10,000 to help the boys out. A bottle has been picked up at sea containing a clue to the lost dauphin of France and the diamond set crown. But what's the use? Get ready to give the editors the glad hand June 14.—Houston Post. Perhaps most of them would sooner have a full hand. A pitched battle has been fought by Chicago strike sympa- thizers and the police. The .strikers u:-ed a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 June 1905

&W fyyM MS -''■•' • «5"•V;''" 1 • r0! iWfy' • _ < Eli1 mki # ▲ J gKft • 4| 'U! j m .ii!— „ , , 'gg Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENllST. HT Office —Front Rooms in Knigbto of Pvthiau Hall. Phene No. 110. MEXIA. TEXAS W local an& personal for tbe Wleeft. County Attorney Wm. Kennedy was in the city last night and in- formed us that he is still on the trail of local option violators, and that he gets a few as he goes along. He also says that he in- tends to keep after violators of the laws, and especialy those who sell liquor and tote guns. That's right Mr Kennedy, stick it to 'em. The people will stand by you in your efforts to uphold the law. When in Mexia don't fail to call on J. D. Sawyer and D. A. (Bud) Iverzee and get their prices on groceries. Small profit, quick sales, is their motto. J. R. Se- well is with them and will be pleased to wait on you. You will find them in'frontof (ieo. Wood's old stand. Mrs. Carey May has returned from a visit to relatives in Hunte- ville. Mrs. Ij....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 1 June 1905

Minw mmm a *-•- I? WS a: * ' u&jBaj:' .;<® km ^sr-"a Price 50c & SI.00 Free Trial. 0iue t and Quickest Cure tor till THROAT and LUNG THOUB- LBS, or MONEY BACK ml PASSENGER SERVICE TEXAS. X IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 & PACIFIC •o trouble to answer qulstions. iv'PERB PULLMAN VSSTIBUI.EP SLEEPERS, * f'qsome recliningchaif, CARS (seats fpfe) ON all through trains. a: ."•? LINE WITH faat morning- and t vgningr trains to St. Louis and the r.ciat. . r T LINE WITH Pullman Sleeper.r '■ .'1 hifrh-back Scarr^tt seat Coaches roug-h (without chang-e) to iCeems, da'ly. LINE WITH handsor^e new Chair Mrs through (without ciianiTe) dnilr. St. Louis, Memphis and ■£- Paso. • '. 7 LINE WITH a saving j 2 hour; . California. -v -lst Sleeping' Cars, weekly, throu^l ' "ithout channel to San Francisco. DINING CARS . I BilWEENTEXASANDST.LOUIS ON BOTH OF OUR INCOM- PARABLE TRAINS, GANNON BALI." ^IGHT EXPRESS" E P.TURNER, 'f NEPAL PASSENGER AND TlCKPT AOEN'- DALLAS. TEX IIOIM Queeh&Cresceht ROUTE ...

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