The State Herald (Mexia, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 10, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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IRE STATE HERALD
PUBLISH KO IVEKY THURSDAY.
N. P. NOUX, EDITOR * Pmmmktm
■n tared at the pontofllo® t Maxla, Tim
m Moond-cUkk mail matter.
The peek-a-boo waist will soon
be shakinflr hands with the win-
der jacket.—Hallettsville Herald.
What's the matter with the
jacket embiacing the waist?
It comes from Austin that the
attorney general is to took into
the Standard Oil disclosures. We
suggest that he get Gruett to tell
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Stevens Doable Barrel Shotguns.
The supremacy of Stevens
Ritles has asserted itself so fre-
209.001 quently and so impressively for
CI fin O" sa'e f°r trains arriving in
vliUU Dallas as late as 2:30 P. M.
Oct. 20, 27 and Nov.
3; limit date of
generations past, that it is now j
universally conceded that these | CO Cft On sale Oct. 19th to morning
, . 1 • ivtiUU of Nov. 2nd; limit two days
arms &T6 p66rl6SSS in th6ir U1161 r- following date of sale.
j ing accuracy. They are known ;
as the "Bulls-Eye Kind." ! CO Ofl On sale daily Oct. 18th to
r-. .ui„ 13 ,iH>viuU and including trains arriving
Of late, Stevens Double Banel Da]jas morning of Nov. 3, limit, Nov. 4
Shotguns have been making;
rapid strides in popular favor, ! C. K. Dunlap M. L. Robbins
being moderate in pricejand an1 Traffic f T™. ^ ^
excellent gun value in every par-;
For trap and field pur
The Teague schools opened last
Monday with an attendance of
180 pupils. Here is a problem in
mathematics for the pupils in the
primary department to solve: If
the "city" of Teague, with 180
school children has a population
of 3500, how many should the
"village" of Mexia. with 712
school children contain?—Mexia
We have a larger population of
both people and school children.
than Mexia now, and Gcd bless
them, we have the men, women
and children. So there is no
chance for a forty year old town
to catch up with a sixteen month
old city. The factitious remarks
of the News are hardly worth
notice as we will have enrolled in
the near future, in our public
schools almost as many as they
have in Mexia. Statistics talks.
Come up or shut up.-Teague A 160 pace complete illustrated! nejghbore who were afflicted in alike
Chronicle. catalgue wiil be mailed to any ap- manner." For sale by all dealers.
We are already up, bud. ^ ou plicant by above mentioned com- Price, 50 cents. Foster-Miiburn Co.
are the one that is shy in the pany, upon receipt Jof five cents Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the
pot. But we can't exactly har- to cover postage.
monize your replyv To begin]
with you say that you already j ^he Cigarette Must Go.
have a larger population of both For some time past the head of j
people anjd school children than the larger business institutions
Mexia, and then at the wind ud the coun<-ry have realized that
you will have, in the near future,
poses these guns are earning an CAN'T BF SEPARATED.
enviable name for themselves,
and their low prices place them Somg Mexia Peop,e Have Learned How
within the reach of all shooters. ; lQ Qet Rid of ^
The Stevens are manufactured
. , ,, , j . i Backache and kidney ache are twin
in both hammer and hammerless brothers
styles guaranteed to give sei you can't separate them.
vice, satisfaction and prove a And you can't get rid of the back-
first-rate gun investment. ache until you cure the kidney ache.
If you want a good, strong, in-' If the kidney® "re weI1 and 8tronS>
, . ,, . j. ,, the rest of the system is pretty sure'to
expensive shooter this fall, ask be jn vigorous h*a)th
your local hardware or sporting Doan's Kidney Pills make strong,
goods merchant |tO show you a healthy kidneys.
Stevens Double Gun. Persist in L. R. Baker, a farmer, living one
insisting on this time-honored mile northwest of Corsicana, Texas,
, Ti. . usays: "Doan's Kidney Pills hold a
make. It you cannot obtain,:..' . . . ,
; ' high place in my esteem, as 1 have
write to Ithe J. Stevens Arm & i)een telling the people of Corsicana
Tool Co., Chicopee Fall, Mass., j for the last three years. They relieved
and they will ship direct, express me of a severe case of backache and
prepaid, upon receipt of Catalog! kidney trouble three i'*8™ Since
i then I have known other cases which
Limestone County Tens for Good Hnmes end
The Real Estate Man
R. J. Ellington
For Their Value
Offers a choice selection of BLACK WAXEY
and SANDY LOAM FARMS, with good loca-
tion, lang time and low rate of interest.
Years of experience has taugh usj the home
hunters requiraments and needs.
R. J*. Ellington,
i they have cured among my friends and
1 United States.
tane no other.
name Doans—and !
H & T C Trip Rates.
San Antonio. Oct. 1) and 7, limit 12th
also Oct. 22 and 23, limit 31, fare $8.10.
r ort Worth. Nov. 11 and 3;55 a. m
Klotz & Yeldell
The Home of Good
and Made Harness
Also a nice line of shelf Hardware and the celebarted
Velie Wrought Iron Buggies
We appreciate your trade and our prices are
right. Call and see us.
the cigarette fiend was not as ef-|train 12th- limit $4.10.
in your public schools "almost"
as many.as we have in Mexia.
: ficient as the man who was not!
Gainsville Tex , Oct. 13 limit Oct. 16
The Austin dam is to be rebuilt
at last, the contract having been
signed up by a company in the
north and a forfeit deposited.
20, 21, 22
addicted to such habits, and fori Nashville, Tenn., Sept.
that reason a discrimination hasilirnit 25 days, rate $27.15.
v j Jamestown, Va., May 1st to Nov. 30,
been made against the young limil Dec 15[h Kate $53.eo.
Jamestown Va., May 1st to Nov. 3".
limit 60 days. Rate48.95.
Jamestown, Va., May 1st to Nov. £■>,
limit 15 days, Rate
Tourist tickets to Lo- Angels and
Teddy is the first president to large business concerns
travel down the Mississippi river
during his term of office. Well,
Teddy is an original cuss at any
man who clings to the cigarette.
The great railroad corporations
were the first to "cut out" the
young man who insisted on his
cigarette and then followed other i ^an Francisco. Cal. and Portland On,..
, , . . , ] on sale now limit 9 months.
as j Round trip rates on loall summer
now extended to almost every. resorts commencing Junethe 1st, for
i: ~ t l __ j . t further particulars call on \oui neare?
line oi business and when a dus- | j\^ent
iness man advertises for Jhelp it I Round trip rates on to ail sumtrur
is usually stipulated in the ad- I r<:s"rt^ points in Mexico and < alilor-
! ",,j ror further mmmation. can on
The government report on cot-
ton just issued, shows the crop
to be in better condition than it
was thought to|be, and the price
has declined in consequence.
A special to the Post f r o m
vertisement that he "must not
smoke cigarettes." This crusade
against the cigarette smoker has
been given quite a boost recently
in this state by the statement of
one of our prominent educators,
Prof. Harris, principal of the
Teague states that 800 bales of Southwest Normal, of ban Mar-
cotton have been received in that t',os' 'n which he takes the posi-
town to date this season. Mexia t'on *he cigarette smokers
has received 4087 bales. And no' make good ^teachers, and
yet some people in Teague think ^or 'hat reason a'' .students will
that Mexia is dying o u t be expelled from the Norma! who
of the business
is getting ail
insist on the use of the cigarette.
Prof. Harris is to beBcommended
for this move, and in a very i'ew
years he will find all colleges
making the same ruling. The
ntlysaid: "l v-us n< v- use of cigarettes is one of 'he
of texas but once, | worst habits the young boy can
be guilty of and stringent meth-
ods should be adopted against
this practice all'along the line. —
The West Times.
Labor Commissioner Chales P.
Neii, who claims to hrl in m
and that vas when the le^isla-
tur" returned Hailev to the Sen-
ate. Then for a while i said 1
was from Illinois." Illinois is
welcome to claim any such Tex-1
an; and we might add, that we! Business Opportunity for Lady
are just as much ashamed of To any lady who has talent in
Neil as he is of Texas. So it is canvassing I can offer a fine
"boss an' hoss,'' and Charlie's proposition. Address
next play. i Box 321, Mexia.
nearest ticket agent.
R. W. Cosnahari. Agent.
H. T. C. Rv.
THE TEXAS WONDER.
Cures all Kidney, Bladder and
Rheumatic troubles, sold by all
druggists: or two months treat-
ment by mail for $1.00. Dr. E.
W. Hall, 2920 Olive street, St.
Louis. Send for testimonials.
^ 9 s
TO THE PUBLIC
The Fire Insurance business conducted by brother, J. O. Har-
per, will be continued and a portion of your business is solicited.
Arrangements have been made, with ill the companies represented
by him. including the
Northern Assurrancc Com nan v, Sprinfiekl Insurance Company.
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co., St. Paul F. M. Insurance Co., Wil-
liamsburg City Fire Insurance Co.. National Union Fire Insurance
Co., Agricultural Insurance <"o., All strong and reliable companies.
The business will be conducted in my name and under my su-
pervision until my brothers eldest boy arrives at an age where he
crn assume the responsibility in the matters. The business will lie
for the benefit of my brother's family, any favors shown will be
predated by his. wife a-.d myst If.
A. J. HARRER.
Ideal food for children.
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
makes the children plump and
strong and prevents sour stom-
ach and constipation. The best
food for growing children,
valids and the aged.
IO cents a package. '
For sale by all Grocers
has now opened up in its handsome,
new quarters in the Corley building,
formerly occupied by Park's Jewelry
tore, an J its stock consists of the
oldest and most select line of
Imported and Domestic Wines, Mails and liquors.
It is our determination to keep a
neat, respectable and orderly^ place
and we will cater to the best class
of customers. Your patronage is
W. II. TEAGUr, Prop.
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Houx, N. P. The State Herald (Mexia, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 10, 1907, newspaper, October 10, 1907; Mexia, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth302282/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gibbs Memorial Library.