The State Herald (Mexia, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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The Street building occupie
by J. S. Groover is undergoing
some repairs. Mr. Klotz will
move into the building about
September 1st with a stock of
saddles and leather goods. Mr.
Groover has rented the Hickman
building, formerly occupied by
Sutton as a drv goods store, and
will occupy it by September 1st.
In this state it is not necessary to
serve a five day's notice for eviction of
a cold. Use the original laxative cough
syrup Kennedy's Laxative Honey and
Tar. No opiates. Sold by the City
Misses Annie Laurie Colgin,
Pauline McKenzie and Ernestine
Alderman have returned from
Cleburne, where they visited
Miss Letyr Long.
Get a oc box of Lax-ets at our store
please. We think they are great.
Just test these toothsome, candy-like
Laxative Tablets for constipation, sour
stomnch, billiousness, bad breath, mud-
dy complexion, etc. Risk 5c and see.
—City Drug Store.
S. Katten is having his resi-
For dry, cracked lips, or rough skin,
use Dr. Shoop's Green Salve. It posi-
tively makes lips and skin like velvet.
Sold by City Drug Co.
R. V. John?on of Oklahoma
was in the city oh a prospecting
tour Friday and Saturday.
A world of truth in a fe wovrds
"Nearly all other cough cures are con-
stipating, especially those containing
opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey
and Tar moves the bowels. Contains
no opiates." You can get it at the
City Drug Store.
The Mexia baseball team have
disbanded for the season, and
left for their homes.
Wanted:—Gentleman or lady
with good reference, to travel by
rail or with a rig for a firm of
$250,000.00 capital. Salary
$1.072.00per year and expenses;
salary paid weekly and expenses
advanced. Address, with stamp,
Jos. A. Alexander.
Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Peeples, ,a fine boy.
Why does the sun burn ? Why does
a mosquito sing ? Why do we feel un-
happy in the " Good old summer time '!"
Answer : we don't. We use DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve, and these little
ills don't bother us. Learn to look for
the name on the box to get the genuine.
Sold by the City Drug Store.
Mrs. George Dobbs and little
daughter have returned from a
visit to relatives at Hillsboro.
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KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE HONEMAh
W Clorft BloMom tut Hmkt Bee an Every BoUle
Hon. Rufus Hardy was a visi-
tor to Mexia and went to Groes-
beck to the county convention
Pror. Tyler of Amherst college, said
recently: "A man can live comfortably
without brains : no man ever existed
without a digestive system. The dys-
peptic has neither faith hope or chari-
ty. '' Day by day people realize the
importanceof caring for their digestion;
realize the need of a little corrective
.after overeating. A corrective like
Ki.dol For Dyspepsia, It digests what
you\eat. Sold by the City Drug Store.
Clanton Rylander and wife of
San Marcos are in the city.
Wm. Cogdell was elected county
clerk at Hereford in the recer.t
primary. He had two opponents
and got a majority over both in
the first primarv.
.Work on the Fountain.
Work on the fountain is pro-
gressing rapidly. In digging out
the foundation, the base of a flag
pole was found imbedded in the
earth. It was the one used when
Grover Cleveland was elected
This fountain will serve a
three-fold purpose. First, it will
be an ornament to the city;
second, it will advertise our sup-
ply of Springfield water and
show a sample to all who desire to
see it; third, it will prove a great
conveniece to thirsty pedestrians
who will find an unlimited supply
of aqua pura.
There is nothing so pleasant as that
bright, cheerful, at-peace-with-the-
world feeling, when you sit down to
your breakfast. There is nothing so
conducive to good work and good re-
results. The healthy man with a healthy
mind and body is a better fellow, a bet-
ter workman, a better citizen than the
man or woman who is handicapped by
some disability, however slight. A
slight disorder of the stomach will de-
range your body, your thoughts and
your disposition. Get away from the
morbidness and the blues. Keep your
stomach in tune and both your brain
and body will respond. Little indiscre-
tions of overeating can be easily cor-
rected and you will be surprised to see
how much better man you are. Try
a little Kodol For Dyspepsia after
meals. Sold by the City Drug Store.
ONE BOTTLE OR LESS.
Malaria is easy to contract in some
localities, and hard to get rid of—that
is, if the proper remedy is not used.
Cheatham's Chill Tonic frees any one
from it promptly and thoroughly. It is
guaranteed to cure any kind of Chills.
Oneb ottle or less will do it.
Mrs. Springfield has returned
from a visit to relatives at Jew-
ett and Buffalo.
DON'T BE BLUE
and lose all interest when help is with-
in reach. Herbine will make that
liver perform its duties properly. J.
B. Vaughn, Elba, Ala., writes: "Be-
ing a constant sufferer from constipa-
tion and a disordered liver, I have
found Herbine to be the best medicine,
for these troubles on the market. I
have used it constantly. 1 believe it
to be the best medicine of its kind, and
I wish all sufferers from these troubles
to know the good Herbine has done for
me." —Mexia Drug Co.
Miss Jemmye Langston has re-
turned from a visit to Waco.
There is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and* until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro-
nounced it a local disease and prescrib-
ed local remedies, and by constantly
failing to cure with local treatment,
pronounced it incurable. Science has
proven catarrh to be a constitutional
disease and therefore requires consti-
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitu-
tional cure on the market. It is taken
internally in doses from 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any
case it fails to cure. Send for circu-
lars and testimonials.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
Bean the Kind You Havg Iways Bought
i When a woman suffers from depress-
ing weaknesses, she then keenly realizes
how helpless—how thoroughly worth-
less she is. Dr. Shoop has brought
relief to thousands of such women. He
reaches diseases peculiar to women in
two, direct, specific wAys—a loqal
treatment known by druggists every-
where as Dr. Shoop's Night Cure, and
j a constitutional or internal prescription
' called Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Dr.
Shoop's Night Cure is applied locally,
and at night. It works while you
sleep. It reduces inflamation, it stops
discharges, it heals, it soothes, it com-
forts, it cures.
Dr. Shoop's Restorative (tablet or
liquid form), is a constitutional, nerve
tissue tonic. It brings renewed
strength, lasting ambition and vigor to
weak, lifeless women.
These two remedies, singly, or used
together, have an irresistible, positive
helpful power. Try them a month and
see. Sold by City Drug Co.
R. J. Ellington has returned
from a trip to South Texas.
The intense itching characteristic of
salt rheum and exzema is instantly al-
layed by applying Chamberlain's Salve.
As a cure for skin diseases this salve
is unequalled. For sale by Mexia
Mrs. Ed Waller and little
daughter have returned from a
visit in Fairfield.
" IT FINDS THE SPOT."
The Oil we struck is the Oil that has
stuck while others have passed away,
simply because it cures your Pains and
Aches, Bruises, Sprains, Cuts and Burn
quicker than any other known remedy.
Hunt's Lightning Oil. It's fine for
Chigger bites also.
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
beware of imitations.
the genuine prepared only cv
Batlard-Snow Lfnlment Co*
ST. LOUt? VIO
For Sale by MEXIA DRUG CO.
John Yeldell has gone to Dal-
las on a business trip.
"There is on^remedy, and only one,
I have ever found, to cure without fail
such troubles in my family as eczema,
ringworm and others of an itching
character. That remedy is Hunt's
Cure. We always use it and it never
fails." W. M. Christian, Rutherford,
Tenn. 50cjper box.
H. M. Munger has returned
from a trip to Colorado. His
familv who are out there will re-
turn this month.
"Nails are a mighty good thing—
particularly finger nails—but don't be-
lieve they were intended solely for
scratching —though I used mine largely
for that purpose for several years. I
was sorely affected and had it to do.
One application of Hunt's Cure, how-
ever, relieved my itch and less than a
box cured me entirely."
J. M. Ward, Index, Texas.
C. W. Edgar of Richland, was
in the city Saturday.
Mr. Hatchcock of Palestine is
the guest of the family of B. W.
CHILDREN IN PAIN
never cry as do children who are suf-
fering from hunger. Such is the cause
of all babies who cry and are treated
for sickness, when they really are
suffering from hunger. This is caused
from their food not being assimilated
but devoured by worms. A few doses
of White's Cream Vermifuge will
cause them to cease crying and begin
to thrive at once. Give it a trial.—
Mexia Drug Co.
J. M. Jones of Oklahoma is
the guest of his nephew, B. W.
THE END OF THE WORLD
of troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe of
Bear Grove, la., of all usefulness, came
when he began taking Electric Bitters.
He writes: "Two years ago kidney
trouble caused me great suffering, which
I would have never tervived had I not
taken Electric Bitters. They also cur-
ed me of general debility." Sure cure
for Stomach, Liver and Kidney com-
plaints, Blood diseases, Headache, Diz-
ziness and Weakness of bodily decline.
Price 50c. Guaranteed by Mexia Drug
rot a case or
CHILLS AND FEVER
that cannot be cured btv
Hill's (Hill (ore
K9 Great twit for lilarli, Clllli
mi Fmr.Ain. Dut cmin. Eiiiou
ml Sen tient Fmr. Eiltriri sileti,
Mils, LsGrljpj Hraiacii, Dtbiliry,
Tired Feeimc, Bliioisieu, Pileirn,
I-.ndiie, SuTkwnus, Lou of mge-
nu, etc. HABMLESS, EFFECT!Yl,
ltd PLIAfANT. COBUlll 21 PoiStt.
PRICE 80 CENTS
Kill n!y by- ____
TCe lldll Remedy Co.
— DALLAS, TEXAS
low:* La. July 1. 1934.
Th« Hall Remedy Co..
\V* r-ird a. V"' Chl" remrdie. but h.ve frtird rone equal to
Hull * Chill Cuie for Ma aria. A few year* pa*t I had i noveri* attack of Chill* and Fev«r
T°he o V*r "ml Salt' ri,rr** bl,t lh,*v ,1i(1 no *ood ami I just had to wejr them out.
1 ne> K tnmeiicd ri mc lan yoarth** Kamc way, but 5u a uvrse form A friend *•#«<*«m
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. .., 1 'r^ y- \\ . iMievrr I h ar of niiy one having Chills or Malaria. I tell them Hall's
CM Cure w.ll make them well if , hey will take it. • never can .ay enou.-h fo? H.U'S
l"rf' ' "u"- trult- mkk. fkeij lighthbb,
Sold Wholesale or Retail by City Drug Ccmpany.
Write for Booklet
C. W. STRAIN, Q.P.A.
OMTORT OUR FIRST CONSID
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
SyniM i'ourist Mets
SEASHORE, MOUNTAINS OF VIRGINIA
ALL POINTS EAST AND
NEW ENGLAND RESORTS
BIG FOUR—New York Central Lines
Formates and free printed matter addJess
/ J. M. STONE, Traveling Passenger Agent,
257 Main Street, Dallas, Texas
Suteiss tor iState Hsrahl
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Houx, N. P. The State Herald (Mexia, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1906, newspaper, August 9, 1906; Mexia, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth302224/m1/2/: accessed March 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gibbs Memorial Library.