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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 July 1906

W.*Vi J. KM SL'MlAT.i CONDENSED MTWS. Quite Salvndor has a new cabinet, j Poland la overrun with outlaws, •ru. Pekln, China, has ten dally newspa- pers. . Farmers' Union is erecting a $10,* 000 gin at Snyder, Okla. E'rr'imi OL'DK'U * rn 01,14 Company to Import bananas for food CiiLril 1 1 ft h I Ml A 1 o Tv A Purposes has been organized at Gal- veston. a Number of Persons Lose Their Liv.v, / v Ah", —— ' Come exv, your good prices than where this i S^nall Striliop a Couple of Vessels With I'leasure Keekers on Hoard and Six lirave„ Men Save .11 any Mortals. Aagrl Sea, N. J„ July 30,—Two yachts coming in from the fishing banks capsized on Hereford Inlet bar Sunday. There were thirty-two persona on one yacht, of whom seven Ware lost, anil twelve on the father, ail of whom but one were saved. That, not more fell victims to the rough :va was due tu the heroism of Captain Heniy S. Ludlam of the Hereford Inlet lifeaavlug station and a crew of five men. It. was at. first thought, that from f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 July 1906

W89 w'Sfi %«'< ^ "W-: ——K= ! i . ; ft! BMlliyttTOfiml lY. •ARW URE [Dose Relieves )oses Stop Chills fctroys all fever germs Inoculated by — the cause of Malaria, Ague, and ever. One dose stops aching bones chilly sensations. Atonic; glvesan news ambition. A positive, quick and lire. Testimonials around the bottle, jo, Franc! j S.Ott. Sacrum wto.Cal. Kidneys fight's Disease and Diabetes Shoop's Restorative to Cure Cause, If You Suffer From These Symptoms. rft the symptoms of Kllney complaints: "en with sediment, brick dust in urine, colored urine, greasy froth or blood stringy mucous in urine, unusual de- urinate, pain in passing water, pain in rek and over the kidneys, hot, dry and nif skin, halr^dry and brittle, pain heavy, sleeplessness, weight, chilly sensa- lints, legs feel less, loss of floss of mem Irregular e s i g h t, ng, waxy Ing from pther in nprop- , is often |e. Most get their |edies called P ractically (ing as cathartics ey excite the kid n. they cause over- i remed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 July 1906

7 • r. •)* 7", BUB "' ' P"'" 1 «■ V?s ' \:,M .• *'H> ■{$;$' jSSS ♦ / ^" "SPIED PIT UfE" —That's what a prominent druggist said of Scott's Emulsion a short time ago. As-a rule we don't use' or refer to testimonials in addressing the public, but the above remark and s i m i 1 a r expressions are made so often in connec- tion with Scott's Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note. From infancy to old age Scott's Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im- profrtfr and weak develop- ment, restoring lost flesh .lid vitality, and\repairing /aste. The action of Scott's Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul- sion itself. What it does :t does through nourish- ment—the kind of nourish- t that cannot be ob- d in ordinary food, /stem is too weak or ite to retain Scott's lsion and gather good it. We will send you a sample free. cure that this picture in the form of .v label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy. SCOTT & BOWNE Chemist...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 July 1906

t /; Local and Personal. The piano that we are going to give away on the 27th of this „ month has been ordered from the factory and will probably be hene ^nd on exhibition before the ?xt issue of the Herald. I [iss Janie Pyburnof Coolidgej, shopping in the city Wednes^- |lrs. N. Bloom, of Buffalo, w.foo guest of relatives in Groes- eck, was considerably bruised up |e other day by a folding bed llhng on her. She was a guest relatives here for sever&l days jefore going to Groesbeck. Up to noon today there had ^received in Mexii# 13,186 cotton. Prices today, linseed $10. ai^^Kathan |g to- the dry W. D. from her [fever. ri from the ing foji [. & fter- the jturn- h Sun- New jioon for i Cleburne Ends with Ivn on the leT. & B. riped into a portance. recently [y at the Tn-liyn- of litral the then (g of Ron. Karner (8l Phillips || Karner (Si Phillips SPECIAL CLOTHING SALE 200 Men's Coats and Vests from $18.00 to $22.50 Suits at $4.98 The Price is Reduced But the Wear is Just the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 July 1906

'/Mfw -re Wv mm - See J. Sanford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Mexia, Texas. The State Herald. vol. 7. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1906. NO. 28. iS j. h CLEARANCE SALE Begins Wednes- day, July 1<S, at 9 o'clock 10 DAYS of selling; sale ....closes.... Saturday, July 29. Come expecting to get your goods at lower prices than you have any- where this year. Fast colors in DRESS LAWNS, neat patterns, every yard cheap at 5c, 1250 yards at per yard Secure your goods ... for... RE-UNION during this SALE Remember pvery ...day from... Wednesday, July 18th at 9 o'clock till Sa t u rd ay, July 29th... Every item on this page can be had.. A. J. Wagner & 9 Mexia, Texas.- On Wednesday morning, at 9 o'clock July 18th, we open our doors and offer to the people of Mexia and vicinty the greatest value giving event in our history. Again our New York buyer was fortunate in picking up seasons best Merchandise consisting of Wash Frabrics in figured and plain goods such as Organdie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 July 1906

j mM ■fe' ^:T ' '• K • & %1 isat, t.*f * ~ •— .*M«< Vilv CUiir COUGH -<5s t^UN&S w*! By. Xfag's- lew ^ , f^r-NSUIWPItON Price 11II CHS v. (><J EOc & $1.00 J ' i, Ji rroo Ttial. ^re«fery niitu r f ivumMiUi • hit ft «. i >i .V^reat au(i QuitJ i.at 'Jure for all ., ; THROAT au-' I/UNO TJEIOUB- 3 LES, or MOjs 23Y tfAtlJC. 4 ^ tWttnrWLI WCJKC^Ht'TT; ■ I I FOR QUICK BUSINESS or pleasure trips to the North and Northeast, via St. Louis, to the South and Southeast via Memphis, THE IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Furnishes a Superior Service, The most approved Dining Car Service, Through, large, commodious an<f Elegant'/ Furnished Sleepers and the Latest mode! of comfortable Chair Cars. Heavy stetl rails and rork ballast. For information, please see local 'cket agent, or address E. O. <jF' FFlN, SOUTHWESTERN HA.i-P C-T-H AGENT. SAN ANTONIO, ©" H. C. TOWN8END, QENEflAl P*98S.N^R.M Af.! T T.|< XT AOEN IT. LOUl^ To .stem am! ^nliin The ] illt'o! (ifc ' <i<v fr to ai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 July 1906

A Sure Cure iiPlf ( '• , -' ; i m- \ 1SSU and on fi Your here i prices.] Any a weigh can fit .can do Just and S 9 fnSFi . .• "3| ■■•,' • V i , M* ■ ■ 'ii ■• • ® 1 >I/V* rt ;.:™ rWW'"-? low 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 stops Irritation, subdues Inflam- mation. and drives out Pain. PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscle# 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 batlis 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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 July 1906

v;;.- •' ■' '1 i yAi** """".*?' fllC STAlt HERALD PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX. Editor * Proprietor l' i'l ■ I SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $1.00 Entered at the postotlloe at Mexia, 'Iexa , as feeound-ola^s mail matter. NEW ACQUISITIONS. New Springfield water. New steam laundry. New cotton warehouse. New fountain. New trade territory. Nefa Mexir. And in the meantime lets not fail to organize that 10,000 club. and reports from different coun- ties indicate that Mr. Campbell is the leading man in the race for: governor. It seems to be nar- rowing down to Campbell and Bell and the lines are being tight- ly drawh. A few more days will J tell the story. If an outsider should read only the Houston Post on the govern- or's race he would say that Col- quitt is sure to be elected, but if he should only read the Chronicle he would be willing to swear that no one but Bell is in it. Then let the same man read the coun- try papers and he will see right away that it is Campbell. And the i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 July 1906

villi ^9 m 1 V . BBSs ' t ■ i "■ i . ' 1 Xocal anO personal. progress Be sure The T. & B. V. railway Co., are building a large oil tank at Cleburne and and one at Teague. Oil burners will soon be installed on this line and used exclusively. Another engine purchased by this road has already been ship- ped to Mexia and will arrive shortly. A bran new engine is to be installed for the passenger train from Mexia to Cleburne. Miss Retta Murphy and her Get \ issue of and r:a on first Your • here a prices. Any a weigh can fit can do Men's ion. O,1 ididat"' m C ered c about ,v ladies. He was Ldingof eech in opin y best •as has why n> sible j. presei l Mr. G exempt onal pn urse inc iv * 4 taxatic I V - ( Read A. J. Wagner's clearance sale ad on first page. Sale be- gins Wednesday July 18th and lasts 10 days, closing Saturday July 29th. The|greatest reduction ever macif on high grade mer- chandise. /, J. Sandford smith has returned from Rockport where he spent guest Miss Bessie Seals o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 July 1906

■ ■ 5# - i' 7 ; . . -v y , " V,;-.. >, ' v* ^ ' "'•* CONTINUE mw Balnlnar flesh byresular treat- Tnose who •nd strength pa«nt with Scott's Emulsion slwuid continue the treatment In hot weather: smaller dose and a little cool milk with It will do away with any objection which Is attached to fatty pro- ducts during the heated season. Send for free ample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemtms, 409-415 Pearl Street', New YorL. 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. Several Bales of new cotton have been marketed in Texas. Talfularias, Stir county, chums the honors this year for the first bale. This is about the same time the first bale came in last year. ; rc <"> :G*. zz jo* „ a i •! Have Always Bougtn C'A Boars the . Signature t L/uz&ffieUcJuM Miss Opal Burnett has return- ed to her home in Kemp, Kauf- man county, after a pleasant vis- it to Miss Gerda Epperson. -i.'XB Always Boti£f:i "Big Joe" Brennan has re- ctET""I>f0 signed as first-baseman and cap- and healing tain of the Mexia base b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 July 1906

()<' ' -V v ■ ' -'"V , I j I iN See J. Sanford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Mexia, Texas. e State Herald. SWfik.^ VOL. 7. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1<>()6. NO. 29. The BIG CLEARANCE SALE is now in progress. Closes SATURDAY, JULY, 23lh. Be sure and attend. A. J. WAGNER & COMPANY MEXIA, TEX AS.============ / If you couldn't get here this week, make an effort to get some of these BARGAINS before SATURDAY, JULY 28th. Get your last week's issue of the State Herald and road the prices made on first page. MEN ! Your clothes can be had here at astonishingly low prices. Hundreds of Suits Any and all sizes if you weigh four hundred we can fit you, 7-foot tall we <can do the same. 'V Just opened up big line Trunks and Suit Cases, Traveling Bags etc. SEE THEM. Men's Outfitttrs. Try us. Thousands of yards of the very choicest DRESS MATERIALS, in the greatest variety of; SHOHS colorings. Sheer plain and flowered Organdies, Dimities, Lawns, Mulls, Silks and ev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 July 1906

• t. <*4- •. Disease takes no summer vacation. If you need flesh and strength use Scott's Emulsion summer as in winter. Send lor free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemist*, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and #1.00; all druggists. W. B. Smith has returned from Oakwoods, where he joined in a fishing party Mr. A. B. Hodges ■ and three sons of Palestine. Sam Hodges accompanied him. He reports a tine time, lots of fish, and brought home a nice box of fish. CASTOI1IA. Bears the Signature of The Kind Von Have Always Bought njwdy; Several couples ot young folks went to Groesbeck Friday night to attend a dance. • Everybody is talking reunion and making preparations for a big time. Work has already be- gun on the stands, etc., at the grounds. cast'ohia. Bears the _/?lh8 Have Alwa>S T* Tom Jordan has moved his family to the Burgess place in the eastern suburbs of the city, recently vacated by W. D. Daugh- erty. Mr. Daugherty moved to the Wm. Kamsler place. The place vacated by Mr. Jo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 July 1906

i - .;'f CONTINUE I / r Those who m gaining flesh and strength by regular treat- with Scott's Emulsion Should continue the treatment In hot weather t smaller dose and a little oool milk with It will' o away with any obleotlon which l« attached to fatty pro- ducts during the heated season. Send (or fra« ample, SCOTT & BUWME, ChemUu, 409-415 Pearl Ktaeet, N«w York, joc. and $1 a ; all druggist*. Dr. T. F. Oates was a passen- ger to Jewett Thursday after- noon. He went down to the state convict camp where there are several negro convicts very sick. 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 Drug Store. A meeting of board of direct- ors of the B'armers Unions oc- cured Thursday lasting for some time. A reporter for this paper after making diligent inquiries only learned that they had noth- ing to give out for publication. The meeting took p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 July 1906

y JswPtSMwpfe . • • -V k < ;.' ..^ . 1 *j ■ - f. ' - • ... ■ local ano ipcri>cri<n. Ill Claude C. Ezell has gone to work at the Cotton Exchange. Rev. E. E. Bigger has retuned home from Cleburne. c-Highest grades of Railroad Watches on special sale at W D. Pittman's. Miss Jannie Loader is visiting friends and relatives in Teague. Mrs. Dick Steen spent the day in Groesbeck Tuesday. For Sale—on easy terms, or to trade for farm land, a 7-room house in Mexia, Texas. Apply to Mrs. H. L. Houx. Bob Johnson has returned home from Groesbeck. Miss Katie Cosnahan has re- turned from, a visit in Groes- beck. B. F. Pex-due in the old Ledger office near the city hail will repair' your leatner goods, and do it' right, bee him. i li. j. Ellington is back from a buoi.iess trip to Kosse. i\ Harris went up to Cool- alter- Karntr &. Philips FALL OPENING 1906. % We look ahead and anticipate your needs. By way of promise we have searched the best markets and demanded the best products for you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 July 1906

Three Persons Cured WITH ONE BOTTLE Mr. W. E. Arthur. Arthur City. Texas. says: "A renter who had chronic chills, and his two cnll dren who were laid up with chills for three months, were cured with one bottle of 3 Day Malaria Cure." All are stout and well and no more chills." A California liquid remedy, made drop by drop from harmless herbs. Never falls 7a con/3. Francis S. Ott, Sacramento. Cal •XST.2fm Here's Just the might Bows! LasaiSse Pleasant to Take—A Tried ;uid True, Genuine, '■'5 ''' ". ' 'J- ■ «i WHY 8HE 18 CALLED MISS. A teacher in one of the Indian schools relates the following inci- dent of an Indian boy's quick thought. He had asked the mean- ing of the word "niiua." "To miss," I told him, "is the same as to fail. Yon shoot at a hird or at a mark, and do riot hit it-—you miss it. You g.) to a* tailor for a coat, and your co::1 fi's hadly— if a misfit. Vo:i hope to enier the mid- dle class next year, litit you cannot pass the examinations, and v< you miss the pronto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 July 1906

ri Bh rfllffP r * ff 1UE ST Alt HERALD / \ > PUBLISHED N. P. HOUX, EVERY THURSDAY. Editor * Phomiktoh SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On« Year Kmerwl at the po«tofflo« t Mud*, Tim. •• ««cand-dai> mall matter. Prof. R. B. Cousins is being mentioned as a suitable man U fill the vacancy in the presidency of the North Texas Normal at Denton caused by the rec< nt death of Prof. Kendall. The state board of education will fill the vacancy immediately, and nr. better selection than Professoi Cousins could possibly be made. u United States soldiers the No-Tsu-Oh; the i a a ' n ko TTnf 1p <5 m Good Government club is down landed in Cuba and Uncle Sam and ^ and the lavvfully con- is again in control ot the stormy e-tituted authorities of the city little ishand. injure you protection, both in l—i; person and reputation and a rous- Snap Shots says: "Bachelors mg good time besides.— Houston very naturally think plural mar-, Post. riages are singular." And of That is a base insinuation that course...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 July 1906

Three Persons Cured WITH ONE BOTTLE Mr. W. E. Arthur, Arthur City, Texas, stiys: "A renter who had chronic chills, and his two chil- dren who were laid lip with chills for three months, were cured with one bottle of " 3 Day" Malaria Cure." All are stout and well and no more chills." A California liquid remedy, made drop by drop from harmless herbs. Never falls 7 O GOtltSm / Francis S. Ott, Sacramcnto, Cal. . , ,v trn, . ' ' ; j ... ' ' *""■ « -i_jg jjjjjj : WINTERING ON THE COAST. Corpus Christi, Tex., Oct. 15th, 1906. Evening News. I am here for the third time to spend the winter with the wild ducks and geese. I came by the historic old city of San Antonio ?nd spent a couple of weeks. What keeps up that city has always been one of the hidden mystries. I have visited it almost yearly since 1890 and it still grows continually and at no time more rapidly than at present. One thing I see, they are now farming considerably in all this Southwestern country and when I first knew it there ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 July 1906

' _jys 4w'w- .. ^ypw K ' , .N:\ «■* " wmmm • • • f'iKf•'.* 'v.] "• i•■ •"&**$&iS«i l WiiJ HI MMU KNIGHTS ENTER- / 1/ I Knights families OF PYTHIAS TAlNMENT. About one hundred and members of their assembled at the Castle Hall of Travis Lodge No. 20, Thursday night in answer to the general invitation sent out to come and help celebrate the payment of the last note on the hall. The hall was tastefully decorat- en by members of the Rathbone Sisters, who are always ready to assist the Knights in their un- iertakmgs, and the presence of "vthe pretty ferns, flowers, and rpot plants were favorably com- Cmented on by more than one of J the members. Chancellor Commander W. B. f ndrick called the meeting to . j.er and introduced Dr. Jackson o^Kio welcomed the guests in a ,i,v well chosen words and an- 0 nounced the program, which consisted of a piano duet by Misses, Mabel Sturdivant and Fannie CuvV Kincheloe, a short talk by Capt. N. I'. Houx, giving a history of the negotiations and d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

• v$" See J. Sanford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Mexia, Texas. The State Herald. vol. 7. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1906. NO. 3u. OUR JULY SALE was in ev ery way a pronounced success. We thank you tor your patronage. We have every time all we advertise. Ne|v shapes in STETSON MAIS Soft and Stiff, $7.00 TO $4.00. New patterns in Gold and Silver Shirts 1,50 and 1.00 Late Styles in Both. New Trunks and Suit Cases 18.50 to 1.50 Gents Special Trunk- 10.98. SATISFACTION Was expressed by all who attended our JULY SALE. That's the way we want you to feel. Satisfaction always guaranteed. fS We can supply you _ ...with... COTTON SACK DUCK. A FEW Ladies Oxfords eft 1.25, 75c and 5oc for choice. A, J, & COMPA Mexia, Texas. White Mercerized Oxfords 35c grade at 25c 25c grade at 18c ladies home journal patterns 15 and 10c Ladies Shopping Bags 1.50 ones 98c $1 ones 75c 75c ones 50c 50c ones 35c BOYS 6.50 grade 5.00 trrade 4.00 grade 3.50 grade 2.50 grade suits. 5.00 3.80 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

■it *■ r. -SJSSUSJ wmrnm . W' wW 0 I / mm \ | * "KILL THIS COUCH ? AND CURE THE luimcs ; WITH Br* King's Hew discovery | (f^NSUMPTlON R i / 'v Price 50c 8. $1.00 Free Trinl. i TOM M. CAMPBELL, A PRI- I VATE CITIZEN, FOR GOVERNOR. In 1897 the democracy of Ft. Worth issued an address to the j people of the State, setting1 forth the claimns of Hon. II. M. Wynne for the office of Governor. The address was prepared by Hon.! C. K. Bell, Hon. W. F. McClean' and others, and was an able and impre. <i\ 6 document. It bore the i signature' ox both Bell and Mc- j Clean r> n 1 was given a wide circu- Jlaao . It was headed "Col. Dick Non'nern Summer Resortsj^l.-private citize"'for language ap- D'lHiWS and J * t $ * AiiiikkaiixiMiUt' mnaiain j Sureat and Quickest Our© for ail :rr^OAT a -> lung tkoub- l:: , * ico.a r/i ::;ach. ' ft a orift. UJLZmmasz^ To Easisro and The Ljiii/iila i id Nashville ivtiltxa affords the fastest time tin I fin.': t vice from New Orleans and Memphis to all the n...

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