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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 June 1905

:x. THE JOY OF LIVINO CAN BB rcur .REALIZED WHEN *OU ehjqy cqod health TIAOB MARK The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You WeU A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases producad by TOR. PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic, Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons which vitiate the blood, debilitate the system, and leave a trail of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB- INE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotic poisons, is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no Injurious effects. CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, snys: " i wa9 Sick in bed for eight months with liver trouble, the doctor seemed to do me no good. I was told to try Herbine, and it cured me in a short time. X cannot recommend this wonderful medicine too highly." TAKE IT NOW! LARGE BOTTLE, 50c GET THE GENUINE Ballard Snow liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, U. S....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 June 1905

fcersr t i \ • i tr 'k State Herald. •wry Thursday i9 M. P. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. •MMffledoa, far y«ar. 91.M 1%X.. M at Om poatofflee at Mwta, TACT, POPULARITY, POSI- TION, YOUTH. .Alfonso and Edward were alone for a moment. '•I wish I had your tact and popularity and secure position," said Alfonso. "I'd give them all," said Ed ward, "to have your youth." Then the young king thought of certain pretty faceB and smiled. The old king thought of certain bright eyes and sighed. This calls to mind a beautiful poem written some years ago by our old friend, John P. Sjolan- der, the sweet singer of Cedar Bayou. We here give the lines: LOST: 'TWIXT HERE AND THERE. Somewhere between here and there, In the hurry and the flurry, I have lost a treasure rare; And the loss gives pain and worry Almost more than I can bear. Oh, it was sodeboniar! It gave pleasure without measure, Free from any thought of care; But I lost it—precious treasure, Somewhere between here and there. Life was beautifu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 June 1905

BH? w v l£" Thank, Very Heartily, The Thousands Who Came to Our First Sale, Just Ended, and We Make An Announcement To Their Benefit, ■ For the thousands of new patrons that have come to our Store within the past two weeks, and truly not forgetting those who have favored us before, we are very grateful, and at once must turn our hands to that which lay but a few steps in the future before us. Our CLEARANCE SALE just ended was the greatest success, we believe, that ever came to any store of like size of ours, especially at the mid-height of a Summer Season. From day to day the store was crowded and no words of disappointment did we hear from any source. The closing day was as great; in point of numbers of customers who came, as any day that went before. Every day was a good day—good for the economy of those who bou jnt--good for us, since it took stocks from our shelves, which three months hence would have been left for us to carry over to another season. We are pleased, we say, and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 June 1905

jBl SCOTT'S hump back straight, neither will It make 1 • short leg long, .but it feeds soft bone and heals diseased bone and is among < the few genuine means of recovery In Hcktts and bone consumption. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWN-fi, Chemists, Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. ST? K # \ V * i 1 ML it § |v A careful estimate made by a Portland florist places the nam- ber of rose- now in l>loom in Portland at 10,000,000,. while Other estimateo are twice as high The Lewis and (Jlar't Exposition grounds are decked with the fra- grant blossoms, which are found everywhere in great profusion. The magnificence of Portland rosea lias been a source of as- tonishment to early visitors from the E ist. State of Ohio,[City of Toledo, / Lucas County, fs ' "'lank J. Cheney makes oath that lie is senior partner r £ the firm of F. J. Ctviney & Co., doing business in the Cf*y of To'edo, County and State afore- said, and that said firm will pay the surv of OJIB...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 June 1905

t W. v i J \ 1 -f I ■ K rr ••* f ■ ■*> rv • . DISEASE Many people who are neglecting symptoms of kidney trouble, hoping "it will wear away," are drifting towards Bright's Disease, wjiich is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE stops 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- ing FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE at once, as it will cure.a slight dis- order in a few days and pre.vent a fatal malady. It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system. How to Find Out. You can easily determine i£ your kid- neys are out o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 22 June 1905

ffll II Sr 1 L. Metcalf DEN11S1. ' ice —Front Room* in Knight* of Pythias Hall. • tie No. 110. MiEXIA, TEXAS mocal ant) personal for tbe Wech AA rsonal J eefc. | AAAA A A rV¥¥V V • ■ • "•reiver Gallons; Wears Lorger. • Mts. J. K- Netce left for Dallas ^3 i4.uxd,iy afternoon. .-'3wer Gallons; Wears Louger ' '4 ss Carrie Everett has return- v. ii'uru a visit in Dallas. •'■3wer Gallons; Wears LoDger. ■v>r. li ce Jackson is in the cit, *-"7 sting old time friends. .'owe' Gallons; Wears Longer. l.£'ss Merle Gladdish of Mc- I- rtg'vr i9 visiting friends here. viewer Gallons; Wears Longer, -•.iiss Leila Farmer has return- . com a visit in Waco. V<iwer Gallon^; Wears Longer. 14 is® Grace Schulz has returned 'tVisam a vi-it in Tebuaeana. "V;ewer Gollons; Wears Longer. 'AErs. J. E. Jordan and child- ■->3f?. <Siave returned from a short "'-ds.-sriiin Coolidge. •«wer Gallons; Wears Longer. .'Miss Jewel Deen i* visiting her •;ap2as«4parents in Wortham this viewer Gallons; Wears Longe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 June 1905

-r- T4.r " • • See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia,Texas VOL 6. The State Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY JUNE 29, 1905. No 26 , 11 s-if , w Intepeating Bargains in SUMMER DRY GOODS AND WARM WEATHER WEARARLES At Wagner & Rimassa.^ Our Customers know that at all times Dependable Values can be had at our store. The combined output ofjour syndicate of stores enables u*< to buy in quantities to own our merchandise at lowest posssible pnce& and;with a buyer of experience the head of our combination in the great- est i f Dry Goods Markets, we secure the new fabrics as they como out and sell the new goods while they are new. We do not believe in curry- ing from one season to another goods of any description and to avoid doing so right now, while the season is beginning, we make prices on Summer Dry Goods that will enable the moat modest purse to adorn its owner in fashionable attire. Here are only a few of the Hany Desirable Values we are Now Offering...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 June 1905

ar= 1 t om We like best to call SCOTT'S EMULSION a fdbd because it stands so em- phatically for perfect nutrition. And yet in the matter of restor- ing appetite, of giving new strength to the tissues, especially to the nerves, its actjpn is that of a medicine. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 4 | 409-415 Pearl Street, New York, 'l foe. and|i.00; all druggists. State of Ohio,!City of Toledo, LrcAS County, f88* Prank J. uheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cb mey & Co. , doing business in the Ci^y of Toledo, County and State afore- said, and that said firm "will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS foi uch and every case of Catarrh that cam;,t be cured by the we of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Fiunk J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in 11 y presence, this Oth day of Decmber, a. d. 1886. a. W. Gleason, (Seal) Notary Public- Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- nally. and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 June 1905

K'tMlefl'- ;;a: "shj o Or o o « * 0 ft ft ft ^ft ft 0 ft -v % . Jr\ i • % WIS I to <4?^ I ■ i WILL CURE any case of (KIDNEY op BLADDER DISEASE ' that is not beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE. B. Spiegel, 1204 N. Virginia St., Evansville, Ind., writes: "Foroverfiva years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry. I lost flesh and was all run down, and a' year ago had to abandon work entirely. I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief, vfcnd after taking the second bottle 1 waa [.entirely cured." TWO SIZES, 50c AND $1.00. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY mexia drug company. the best line Lcuisviiie & Nasliviiia R R TO ALL Mountain, l ake AND geaside Resorts East and North Two Trains Daily . From New Orleans and Memphis Low Round Trip Rates For illustrated literature, time tabl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 June 1905

'ATE HERALD. W>Wwl«wi ThurwUy *T M. P. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. SatMerlption, per year '.. 91.00 Bnterod at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mall matter Hon. W./J. Bryan is in Texas, and in a spflech at Gainsville said Texas is it. It's a mighty sorry railroad item these days that does not have some reference to the Trinity and Brazos Valley. The latest in railroad circles is that the T. & B. V. is to pass to the new management on July 1st, and tbat the new manager will be Mike Sweeney. Bob Taylor is a candidate for United States senator in Ten- nessee and will stump the state against the present incumbent, Senator Carmack. Ex-Governor Frank R. Lub- book sustained a stroke of par- alysis at his Home in Austin Wed- nesday and is not expected to survive the shock. "Grim visaged war'' hasn't vet 1 'smoothed his wrinkled front" o any great extent, and we are liable to have another bloody set-to In the far east . King Oscar has consented to the separation of Swee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 June 1905

/"I am Cadet Chas. T. Maris,Jr., ar- rived Monday afternoon from West Point,N.Y., where be is at- tendingthe United States military academy as the appointee trom MTOffice —Front^Rooing.. in Knights this congressional district. This is his first vacation,being the end Dr. J. L. MeteaH DEN 11 SI. of .Pythias Hall Ph.ne No. 110, MEXIA, TEXAS f Xocal anfc personal ]for tbe Udeefc. Judge Kirven ana daughter, Miss Beck, returned to Corsicana Tuesday afternoon. Fewer Gallon ; Wears Longer, Capt. C. L. Watson and wife went up to Corsicana Tuesday afternoon to visit their daughter, Mrs. ,J. W. David, and to attend the reunion of Hood's brigade Tonkawa Blue Powders, and Dr. Sloan's Liver Pills, made by the Tonkawa Diug .Co., Tehua- cana, Texas, at the Mexia Drug Store, M iss Maud Hall has returned from a several weeks visit in Wil- mington, N.C. She was accom- panied home by Mrs. Arthur Holmes and two children. Mexia Drug Co,, Kemps old corner in keeping with their gen- eral reputation, sell ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 June 1905

** a<i/f* E TMK ' T ♦J.'Vttvv. r: , 'ir, King's to. Diseevary /VS.'UMiTIOI* Price I OLCIHS and 60c &S 1.00 iOLDS Free Trial. fiu-i'Mt and Quickest Cure for all TH BOAT and LUNG IHOTXB- LK;3, or MONEY BACK. EST PASSENGER SERVICE IN TEXAS. 4. IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 M TWOUBLE TO ANSWIB QUESTION*. SUPERB "ULLMAN VESTIBUI.CP SLEEPERS, tanosomc Reclining Chair Cars (seats fpfe) oih. all through trains. ^WfLT LINE WITH fast morntngr and o-7VQiz.ig trains to St. Louis and tlie ■ fit-? Ill KB WITH Pullman Sleeper end 4Ch-back Scarr!jtt, seat Coaches V.r.v.'1-rH (without change) to New <S ''.d£ S9. daily. LT — '.KB WITH handson-e new Chair C i rs. ii-.roug-b (without cliantfe'j dailj , L.ouis, Memphis and ^-Paso. JS- T 1_IN"E WITH a saving: u* i 2 hourt tu C>j]-ioniia. Sleeping: Cars, weekly, througl <^r.a -.*rt chanpe) to San Francisco. D5NINGCARS i"V> BS<1*EEN TEXAS AND ST. LOUIS CM both of our incom- parable trains, '•CANNON BALI" and tftiHT tXPRESS" S P. TURNER, .^mr.A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 June 1905

\ . 0% /, SNOWji A Sure Cure for Rheumatism, Cuts, Sprains, Wounds, Old Sores, Corns, Bunions, Galls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints, Frosted Feet, Bums, Scalds, etc. AN ANTISEPTIC that 6tops Irritation, subdues Inflam- mation, and drives out Pain. PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles natural elasticity. BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM Mrs. E. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knoxville, Tenn., writes: " I have been trying the baths of Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment than any medicine or anything I have ever tried. Inclosed find postoffice order for (1.00. Send me large bottle by Southern Express." THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00 BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, V. S. A. Constable's Sale. Jackson Mercantile Co., Incorporated vs D. M. Oogdell; In the Justice Court,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 29 June 1905

BBS* « Wt. Hfe'.fc® For -a I exas Magazine. Twenty-five years ago with grit and energy and common sense for capital, Frank P. Holland be- aran the publication of Farm and Ranch; by persistent effort he has made it by lorg odds the best agricultural paper in the bouth, if not in the entire country. With the experience of a quarter of a century aud ample capital to back aim, he now announces that on August 1st he will begin the pub- lication of Holland's Magaziue, a iiteiM.y peli" dieal of t'ie highest grade to go into the homes of the bouth and West. A9 the peo pie of this section have had to depend heretofore on the produc- tions of Northern pulbishers tor such publications it seems that the advent of such a publication as Col. Holland proposes to make would be enthusiastically welcomed. The advance sheets of the August number indicate* that no expense is to be spared in secur- ing reading matter and line il- lu-aauotis for the new publica- tion. The lithographed cover in two colors...

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

$y-\ BGfe' See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mevia,Texas VOL 6. The State Hepald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 6, 1905. No 27 v/ t t t Wagner & Rimassa •) (• •) (• •) Midsummer Bargains of Interest to Economical g * - Buyers. % t t Extra Special Values in White Lawn. 30 inch book fold India Linens, fine sheer ^oods, splendid 15; and 20c values, we now price at IOC Slid 30 inch "heer white Lawn, IOc quality, special at 7&c 40 inch India Lir.on. 15c quality, special at IOC Good grade Whits Lawn, 6lo qualify, at 5^ Plain white Lawn. 5c quality, at 4C Special Prices on Summer Dress Goods, Arnolds Organdie Checlrs, floral and check designs, 25c (Tnality, special at IQC Floria Rare, a satin stripe dimity, large floral designs, was lGljc, special now at I2^C Pretty patterns, fast colored figured lawns, special at. .4c Figured Lawns, 5c quality, special at 2^g in our Motion Dept. Woven tipped Silk Gloves, white and black, 75c and $1.00 grades, special now i.t...

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

—- mm* Iw -m SCOTT'S EMULSION lefvcs ai a bridge to carry the weakened and iUrved system along until It can find firm support In ordinary food. Send tor tree sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New V 50c. and 31.00; all druggists. as Married.—Wednesday night In the Point Enterprise community, Mr. .J. J. Harnett and Mies Etta Lear were married at the resi- dence of the grooms brother, Mr. L. J. Burnett, liev. Thos A. Mitchell, of Mexia offioiat,ing. The bride is the pretty and accom- plished daughter of the late Dr. L«ar ami a niece of Mrs. L. J. Barnctt, and is very popular with the young people of her com- munity, while the groom is a Miss Jimmye Langston, who promising young man and we has worced in this office off and' j°m 'heir 'many friends in con- on fur the past five ye_rp. has re- j gratulalions and best wishes, signed her position and v.ill go 10! ' 7 . , I The pills that act as a , and no,. as a Da las to takn a position as sten- . 1 r 1 I drastic pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 July 1905

p' 77 rr -—SB House. >■ Cures Kidney and KSSad* der Diseases in Every Form —Many PeopEe Have Kicfney Trouble and Do Mot Know flt. HOW TO FIND OUT. It is the function of the kidneys to filter 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 tha 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 ba 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 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising. If upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has a brick-dust sed- iment or small parti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 July 1905

State Herald. w«7 Thursday tor M. P. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. 8«Dfccrii tkm, per year,, 91.00 Entered at the postoffice at Mexia, Tax.. as second class mail matter Secretary of State John Hay, died Saturday very suddenly after a brief illness. And the revolution in Kuasia goes bravely on. If they don't succeed in turning the rascals out they ought to- A negro in Atuericus, Ga , shot seven other negroes, killing tnree of them. You bet, that is getting riil of them in a hurry. The president is now at his summer home at Oyster Ray, and for tne next few months the poli- ticians will have to go beyond Washington. And now a delegation of Ohio lawyers are coming to Texas on a prospecting trip. For mercy sake! Haven't we enough law- yers in Texas? The proposition to re-establish the state printing office at Austin is being agitated. It is claimed that the state could do its own printing cheaper than it is now being done by contract. themselves? Or, if they don't to do it. The News feels...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 July 1905

-m Dr. J. L, Metcalf DEN11S1. UfOffice —Front Rooms in Knights of Pythias Hall. Ph.,ne No. 110. MEXIA. TEXAS i , • 2' K '• v • /s I / I; ■ i •w I local ant> personal jfor tbe Wleeh. The W eekly Messenger, pub- lished here by E. W. Hall, sus- pended last week and the press •wan sold and shipped away. . Asit your doctor about "Fewer gallons; wears longer." N. E. Meador returned to Hous- ton Sunday l.ight after several days spent here with his family. It pays 10 buy goods cheap on special 'push sale like Pittman has. The privilege committee of the Reunion will meet at the gaounds on .July 7th for the purpose of 1c- ca* irgand aengning the stands that have been sold. Wanted. —50,000 pounds of cabbage.—W. R. Storey. T. E. Spivey living just north of town haa bought 71 acres of the Ross pasture, paying tharo for $2100. Ask your lawyer about "'Fewer gallons; wears longer." .lohn A. Rosen has gore to Palestine, where he has secured employment. It pays to advertise your bar- gains and^Let...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 6 July 1905

!' V V' N/'JKrriOP! 4 Prlco L01.SH8 and SOc&SI.CI OLDS Free Trial. - w-tv.i mm* mi iii irrtxirn- .v.'wmwdamaMMn iiuaet ana CluieJseGt Cure for all {THROAT ami LUKG XIOUB- i, or MONEY BACK. :*T PASSENGER SERVflOU TEXAS. fMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 .tlx A3 SAitW ; J r ACUBLE TO ANSWEH QUESTIONS. ■~,T3 * OLtM/ N "ESTIBUi.".? SLEEPERS, tOSOMt RECUININGCHAir.C'ARi (seats fpee) ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. LINE! WITH £a3t morninsr anc . lining trains to St. Louis and oiic ■lit. : LINE WITH Pullman Sleeper "! high-back: Scarrfjtt seat Coaches oasrh (without change) to Nes f ans, dally. ' LINE WITH liandsoii-e newChf ir r-t through <without cuanere) daily. ■ :it. Louis- Memphis ar.o fc-paso. i LINE WITE a saving o. i 3 fcou,; . California. st Sleeping- Cars, weekly, throuc! - chout chang-e) to San Franoiaco. ')!N!NG~CARS BirWEEN TEXAS and ST. LCUIb <5N BOTH OF OUR INCOM- PARABLE; TRAINS, :ANNON BAP. IT mm express' K P.-TURNER, . > ' :?AL PASSEfcaBR AND TICKET AC-EN*' DALLAS. TEX. i V/* - - ...

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