The State Herald (Mexia, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 16, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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IN some conditions the
gain from tjie use
of Scott's Emulsion i:
very rapid. For il\ :>
reason we put i\? s
fifty-cent size, whir., i/
enough for an ord iv : ■
cough or cold cr t . i
as a trial for '
and children. ' c .
conditions the - >
slower— he?.! V.\ r,u
be built up i '..i-y
In such c
rather than • . .
It's a food f t i •
Send for fr(*t+ «oniple
Scott & Bowne, 409-4«5 Pcari st.
Chemists New ^of'1
SOC. and $i.00. All druggists
yJ Good for thecongh, removes the cold.
' the cause of the cough. That's the
work of Kennedy's Laxative Honey
and Tar, the origina1 laxaJvs syrup.
Contains no opiates. Sold by The City
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rom the !.(.• ' vii!-j t ourier }•■.■< r\ l)
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l\UN FROM A lit."IiN PKOMi'TI.Y
KELT./: V'KD BY jOH AMBERLA i N'H
PA (N BALM.
A little child of iWie'riel Strauss, of
Veriii : , Ct.:r... was tv-v ;Jy hi great
pain from t bun '. V e '-Jird, ui : s
•aid appllcr. io: .'3<■ ily i sel '• in
l&mmati. . ,V*.-. St nr.:; ■ <• it : i . Mr.
Tames N. Mcdic! s. a m -
or i..'thir,": i t,tjp •• >>?V. M
Mich. : .« t,.-y: "J «•!•. :a«l him to
Ch.iT.1 'Iniii? .1.; :'-i!m. Mai the '
ap;> .• f ioa ,!••••"• 01. • nr '. .)
.in I g„vtf im.'-iad:..! .r«il; . I ave
1 <d t.hii? linir iv.ioi' ai d . torn
very i . n '
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Trials of Motherhood
393 Kroud 8tr'-.-(.
PuiLAUai,P)iM, Pa., June 12.300*.
I sufferer] for iliac yours with ovarian troubl.-n lif' n bur<l*;n tu
myself as well *h to rny family. During that time ! Ii 4.fi U '•> miti .rri■> -. -i
•ltd Hlthough we longed for a child to bless our home I hi?; • -.i imi■> - ■ •
bio. I had ('onstont riu'kiug bearing-down pains in the >,• Ivm y i ami •■■■
pullii.g through my limbs with frequent hvaditcln ••. i u i n-k at .->•
stomach .md vomited frequently and no medicine helped m.j uiiiil 1 tri.'ci
Wine of Cardul.
Then itiy general health improved, the pains :■ ..un:<llr H-r!
ofter 18 weeks t «as well. I am now the haw? >>" :•••' • « u-.-'ii '■
tuontlis old and my husband Joins mo in Beading li. niU ;|i th ttltk > > 1 ■•••
for your splendid medicine. , , #
Without, I would have been a A ft, ■■//. . .i ♦.
Childless, instead of a h.ippy /MdfAJ-Xvl***"' ' ^ - •- V>'
and wcli mother.
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Chaplain*, Ut. Atroarw'e /-'aoci/.'xiow.
a.N'i : r.:
with good r(
rail cr with :
ideas of the v.c.:'v>. of !ho
dent, wriich it appears fu pelpul r,",;1
\\> how to pronounce, must take 7^"
1 1 •}
its chances with the rest. Stil
it is a safe guess (or, geas) that
he wil} continue to sine Uoosevelt. ^
Ps'i; a;,:-,Theodoreliuc.jveit would fc'l:
not be recognized in fori 11 lands.
■ifl'M REWARD, $10D.
to spend |
:d,d home. I
?ent! an or lady i
rer . to travel by |
:'ig or a firm of 1
(■■■ tal. Salary i
jy and expenses |
ross, with stamp, |
iMBE J wtJ .^ ' >-
fWine of Cardui i:i the most eucc.vfr.l i: . n. ;vi,ai mi- ,l..n . I'y
regulating metiRiruntion, Wine of Ciir-.ui Ikux! • ir:
from the entire fei ia'.e crgani.'.tn :ir.<' tl;e wlretiKth-iietl ii' ■' :
bring the organs Ic.clc to their propi r place. Thi.i i:s_-ytiu.t ■■■<■' «>i
Carmii did for Mrs. Nirdlingcr. It biuji.'-i'.ed II- . .. jmina r.ei!
, burninsr infiamination an 1 brought her re!.ef. 1 t-.>
liealth and strength and gives Wine of Osirdni U.e < r. >.
■Iier able to become a happy mother. Tbia i •:■■■•v.-.v
for every duty of ■wifehood and motherhood. J'Ik re nr • s.j"
foring women who think that health caa wver bn'!ie:i !••< anse tliey
;annot secure the services of a great epecialitji., but v.-c «viuit to -ay
right here that while Mrs. Nirtllinger livca i'i Phili-ielphia. a trreat
medical center, she depended on Wine of Cardui lor air : a:"d she
was cured. This same medicine is within your reach. Will you
All druggists sell $1.00 bottles Wine ef Cardui.
.VP, to I.':, and Mrs. Be
Friday afternoon, a
WAS A VERY SICK BOY
n ne i
- ikT*. < ,1'W.W V1U-. I JV<'IV i UV — .
The readers of thi.-s paper will be
pleased to learn that i.here is at least
one dreaded i"' "ase that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is C atarrh. I-lall s Catarrh Cure
by Chamberlaia's Colic,
■.ii.I Dirrhoea Remedy.
Miss Florence Williamson, who
has been visiting the family of is tie; only positive cure now known to
T A dviffith fnr cspupml \vpp1<-« the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
i. A. til until loi btvetal weeks, u Jtional diseas . requiresa con-
has returned to Corsicana where Stitutional treatment. 1-lailV: I atarrh
a'np W1-11 fpr.pl, <1,;.. opoaiftn i Cure is taken internally, acting direct-
sne Will teacll tm.. bession. |y upon thc. blood and mucous surfaces
When vou have a cold it is well to be the system, thereby >i;.'M,roying Lhe
. ... ,, , foundation ol the disease, and giving
very careful about using anything that the p;ltient strength by building up the
will cause constipation. Be particu- constitution and a.-r.isting nature in do-
larly careful about preparations con- ing its work. The projirietors have so
taining opiates. Use Kennedy's Laxa-' nlu<'h faith in its curative powers that
.. ,r , ... they oiler One iIn;mr<-<l llullars toranv
tive Honey and Tar, which stops the ^ that it fai)8 t„ Cl;re. Send lor list
cough and moves the bowels. Sold by of testimonials.
The City Drug Store. j Address: 1'. J. CHENEY & CO.,
j Toledo, O.
The T. & B. V. people are ar- Soul by Druggists, Tec.
ranging to put in a switch at;pJ£ Hall's Family Pills ^or consti-
Tehuacana, and Engineer Bobbit.
and a corps of surveyors are now j Mrs. M. W. Kemp and Miss
at work on the initiative part Ida McKenzie have returned
of the improvement. Ed Wood, ' from an exten ie l visit to Carls-
Hunter Blake, and Hiram Ster- bad, New Mexico.
ling are assisting in the work. 1 ^
(J hoi era
"When my boy was two years old he
had a eery severe attack of bowel com-
plaint, but. by the use of Chamberlain's
Co'ne, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
we brought him out all right," says
Maggie Hickox, of Midland, Mich.
This remedy can be depended upon in
the most severe cases. Even cholera
infantum is cured by it. Follow the
plain printed directions and a cure is
certain. For sale by Mexia Drug Co.
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SWBI - , "4
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f*} f\r « i- •]
K ItU I
at with sails
When two strong men come to blow.-', that could not be r. . -fed. There is al-
even if they are well matched, it id not; way8 that possibility of a little too
a pleasing sight, but if the man who i muci, wjiui that makes a cautious man
gets the worst of it will use DeWitt's ! afraid to go unprovided. The thinking
Witch Hazel Salve, he will look better | mal)i who.-,e stomach . "rn ames goes
and feel better in short order. Be sure back on him, provides fo: his stomach
you get DeWitt's. Good for every-j by keeping a bottle of Kodol ForDy.-:-
thing a Salve is used for, including i pepsia within reach. Kcdol digests
piles. Sold by The City Drug Store.
what you eat and restores the sti inacii
c i■ ^ . | to the condition to properly perform it?
Miss Sadie Green has been j functiona. Sold ,,v The 0ity Drug
elected as mathematic and science1 store.
teacher in the Carr-Buraette1
She leaves for Sher-' A card from Dallas reads, "'O.
1M. Wroe, Lawyer, 820 North Te: -
'as Bldg, Dallas, Texas, Phone
A bath cleanses the skin and rids the j Main> 1363-1" We join Oail's
pores of refuse. A bath makes for ,. • , . • • i • „ i,;„
better fellowship and citizenship. Not j fnCnd& heru in Wlshl"^ h™
OO.nly should the outside of the body be ' success.
ni/;ansed, but occasional use of a laxa-! The Tehuacana farmers nnion
tive cathartic opens the bowels and ;
have decided to hold heir cotton
cleans the system of effete matter.
Best for this are DeWitt's Little Early seed lor $15.00 pel ton.
Risers. Pleasant little pills that do not I
gripe ov sicken. Sold by *The City Drug j If < yspepsut ullerers knew what
gtore< j Dr Shoop's Restorative would do
1 them Dyspepsia would practically be a
S. D. McGaughey, ol Houston,: l)isea3e' of thf. put Dr Shoop's Re-
has accepted a position with the ; storativ reaches stomach troubles by
South Texas Lumber company j its direct tonic acth.n upon the inside
I nerves—the true stomach nerves
[Stomach distress or weakness,, fullness
bloating, belching, etc Call for the
In these days of rush and hurry comRestorative We recommend and sell
tesy is often forgotten. In the mad, . Dr Shoop's Restorative. City Drug Co
pell mell rush ol our life little things i immm-y n -innurinrTWT~nr" •irr-rnir ~~r- —r~
are done to ofl'end that wc rather re-1 • 1
m uned undone. A hastily eaten meal ] A w JL X. JtV
audits resultant headache may cause j
us social or financial loss. The wise |
man or woman is the one who relic , - !
iittle ills of this sort by a little dose of!
as bookkeeper, and is now a wel-
coma citizen of our town.
Ed Wilder of Dallas, has rent-
ed the Cogdell cottage, recently
advertised in this paper, and will
shortly move his family here
CI 1 AMHLRLAiN'S ("OIIGH REMEDV |
ACTS ON NATURE'S PLAN.
The most successful medicines are j
those that aid nature. Chamberlain's j
Cough R. medy acts on this plan. Take |
i; when you Lave a cold and it will
sough relieve the lungs, aid ex-
pectoration, open the secretions and
aid nature in restoring the'systen to a
healthy condition. Thousands have
testified to its superior excellence. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold to
result in pneumonia. Price, 25 cents.
Large size, 50 cents, For sale by
Mexia Drug Co.
R, 11. McCleary of Dallas was
here Friday afternoon on busi-
WELL WORTH TRYING.
Vv. 11. Brown, the popular pension.
attorney, of Pittsfield, Vt., says: j
"Next to a pension, the liest thing to,
get is Dr. King's New Life 1'ilis." He
writes: "They keep my family in !
splendid liealth." Quick cure for Head-
ache, Constipation and Biliousness. |
Guaranteed at Mexia Drnt; Co. I
Bob Steen .vas over from Cot 1-
■idge Sundaj to spmd the day
with his family.
• TO CURE A FELON." '
Says Sam Kendall, of Phillipsburg,
Kan., "just cover it over wilh Bucklens
Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the
rest." Quickest cure for Burns, Boils.
Sores, Scalds, Wounds, Piles, Eczema, j
Salt Rheum, Chapped Hands, Sorej
Feet and Sore Eyes. Only 25c at j
Mexia Drug Co.
The recent rains will mai e
fine turnips if it is hard on cot-
Electric Lights and Fans
Cafe Observation Cars
S"1 * C i'"""' ' V
£" \d y VV
> smut u
Booklet and Informat..
:ar • Poihn i •.
Mp:l •!', B trb.'C
R.v. i ' lVMg Si
iv via t'ne
t'v r\ 1
trie li4'hr.e 1 tr tin w
(i and Val-it Service ..
, li )ui.) at O S P .VI, an i
f OUR ROUTE
from the SOUTHWEST that enters the
without transfer Other trains leave St '
and 11:25 j> m
write J IvI STONE, I'l-awiing Passe.-.,;ec
who will give you the summer i iiiriat rat:
you eat and puts
your stomach back j ,
Sold by The City Drug! • 'tj
Will Boyd, Jr., was up frc-mj
Teague on business Friday after-
Bears the Kin(1 Yo11 Havo Mays Bought
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE T0NJC.
stwr.nc of imitations.
tmk ocn'jink ppikparco only cv
ISallartl-Snow LPnlment Co
ex. I.Oi'lG,. MO.
Fcr Sals bv MEXIA DRUG CO.
' r, 4
m, )2 m
OUR COMFORT OUR FIRST CONS1D
WviT'/.W' ItMf-—- - — __ - .
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION
Is worth a pound of cure. There an
many poor sufferers, consumptives,win
tre hopeless of getting well who, ii
they had taken care of themselves,
ivould now be well. A cough is th
oundaticn of consumption. Ballard'!
Horehound Syrup will cure that cougii
Mhs. S—, Great Falls, Mont., writes
"1 have used Ballard's Horehoun
Syrup in my family for years; mv
children never suffer with coughs.
Sold by Mexia Drug Co.
CRUSH O.P a
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Houx, N. P. The State Herald (Mexia, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 16, 1906, newspaper, August 16, 1906; Mexia, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth302225/m1/5/: accessed May 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gibbs Memorial Library.