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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

1 / fAftcm! 'Ml l A Sure Cure v I ki 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. B. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knoxvtlle, 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 jl.00. Send me large bottle by Southern Express." THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00 BE SURE YOU GET THE OENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Mexia 0 "ug Company, of M Bock Island Rata? A") Low I Tourist ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

, ;"■ / Iff * i,.- , * PfMsi MWSIgIRF ■ v rr s ^ • v 1 I I I M. fejii: I i I Ji' t)n % ','%}!(■ ; s&fic Brafffo I FUf, M- . uT.'l fHE STATE HERALD PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor 4 Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year . fl.04 Entered at the postofflee at Mexia, Tun, m saoond-clakt mail matter. WHY1 WE SUPPORT TOM CAMPBELL. &*«i h warim w ? Because he is competent to act as our chief executive. Because it is already plain to us that he is the "peoples candidate," and is not the candi- date of the trusts, the corpora- tion, the administration, the ring, the politicians, the click and clan that would dominate in spite of the will of the voters of Texas, the bunch of grafters who say, "I have this county in my vest pocket and it is yours for certain pecuniary considerations, and if you want it I will deliver them up to you like sheep or hogs by the head. Because we wont be delivered up by these so called politicians, and wont support a man who runs after their il...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

IPSP m ms: V\ VJ J I to |m<i in Ites le v - liist lext ■m:'" • o WEWWm HutugjtIMPItinrM; /.) jtw.v ^ . /-'.f' *>?' %-fh^ •• <> + •##•«**mmmm *• •* <>-•*« « j local ant) personal.! ; * « ,7 </ Vote for W. C. Frazier for county clerk. Miss Nora Wood and Mary Lou Wood have returned from a visit to Mart. All batters look ailke to little Jimmie Hancock. Wednesday morning he pitched against the Lampasas team and shut them out; score iMexia 6, Lampasas 0, Groesbeck, Calvert and Corsicana can all extend condolence to Lam- pasas,'for they were shut out also by Hancock. Clifford Sterling is now at work as office boy for this paper. New Ruby and Pearl rings and Studs at Pittman's. Mrs. Peter Byer and grand son Master Louis Doer, of Cleburne, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stubenrauch. On Wednesday.afternoon about 4 o'clock. Mr. Thomas M. East : nd MioS Ruby Brigance drove up to the Methodist parsonage and were united in, the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. W. C. Hilburn of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

I- m I. W$ 1 mm ft ... — KM = MK& = *>■>& — —— Disease takes no summer vacation. If you need flesh and strength use Scott's Emulsion summer as in winter. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemist*, 409-41} Pearl Street, New York. 50c. nd ti .eo; ill druggists. The Knights of Pythias held DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED an enjoyable meeting Thursday By local applications as they canno ... T. . , 7 * reach the diseased portion of the ear night. A new Knight was creat- T^e jg onjy one WBy cure deafness ed, and after the meeting closed and that is by constitution remedies. the R^hbone Sisters were ad- Deafeess is caused by an inflamed mitted to the hall and a pleasant condition of the muscous lining of the hour was spent in a social way, Eustachian Tube. When this tube is , ... j 1 inflamed you have a rumbling sound of during which cream and cake imperfect hearing, and when it is en- were served and Master Clare tirely closed, Deafness is the result, \ Miss Grace McLendon ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

/ s w MMi :W' - • t <£ RUSSELL. SAGE DEAD. JJAYI !?aUri7 (California Remedy) Slops Chills Al Ones When tired out, with no desire to work or movt about, restless in sleep and worn out on awaken- ing:, no appetite, aching bones and hot and chilly sensations, take " 3 Day " Malaria Cure "—It prevents chills; cures worst cases In three days. 76c. Made '•y Franc s S Ott, Sacramento, Cal. Here' Just the Right B we! Laxative At Age of Nearly Nfliety Years Flnan cier Passes Away. New York, July 23.—Russell Sag1? died suddenly Sunday at his country home, "Cedar Croft," at Lawrence, I I. The Immediate cause of death was heart failure, resulting from a com- plication of diseases Incident >o old age. The veteran financier would have celebrated Ms ninetieth birthday , on Aug. 4. Mr. Sage had been in ex-, ceptlonnlly good health since h'.3 ar- rival at his summer home about sl.x months ago. At noon Sunday he was seized with | a sinking spell aud collapsed, falling En One ot the Worst. Ihado...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

.^: v ; ■ ' : V'.^- ? -."7V ; Advertise nant. Jpi Be ;®$ i&aK* g §l I • Richard Mays Indorsed, Corsicana, Texas, July 6, 1906. To the Democratic Voters of thp Sixth Congressiora' District: We, the undersigned, constituing thirty-seven out of the forty-three members of the Democrat'.i Executive Committee in and for Navarro county, knowing the merits of our fellow citizen, Hon. Richard Mays, take this meth- od of commending him to your favorable consideration. Mr. Mays seeks at your hands the democratic nomi- nation for congress in this district. We know him well and unhesitatingly endorse him for the position he desires. He came among us as a b;)y some twenty years ago, and - through energy and ability has fought his way and stands today in the front ranks of the prominent lawyers in Texas. He has established a character for honesty and cour- age. Being a democrat he has fought the battles of the party and followed it in victory and in defeat. Whilst he has always expressed his v...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

m it d le le y lis ♦♦♦ — *+* «>►♦••• •. T iocal aao personal. U . i *«* «**!•« * y• Mrs. Will Oliphant is improv- ing- slowly. David Murphy spent the Sab- bath in Groesbeek. Now get ready for the reunion at Jack's Creek. New Ruby and Pearl rings and Studs at Pittman's. Mr.P.B.Grice and family spent Sunday evening in Wortham. Let's get that big cotton ware- house by all means. Maxie Scharf of Groesbeek Sundayed in the hub city. Diamond brooches from live dollars to one hundred dollars at Pittman's. Mrs, Adran C. Odom left Sun- day to visit relatives in Kosse and Groesbeek. Harm' Rice a State Convict giia-'.l c.im,! up from Varela to spend Sunday. 11 ighest grades of Railroad VvMt iu s on special .vale at V/ i\ :'i:irnan's. H, V.". Williams left Tuesday afcern'on for Ft. Worth to visit his : .)ii Harry. C. W. Metcalf of Dallas was h-.w Tuesday afternoon on busi- 11' i. THURSDAY MORNING KARNER & PHILLIPS Great Mid=Summer Clearan -/Sgyri—i. ._i ■ ■— Sale! Among the many things th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

SCOTT'S EMULSION serve* u k brldgi U> carry the wnlwmed and itarvcd system along until II «an find firm support In ordinary food. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chimists 409-415 Pearl Street, Mew York 50c. and #1.00 j all druggists ■HSin^pjiniH - " Faithful Colored Folks. To those colored men who led the frisky, fiery horses and ponies drawing the little buggies and carts full of beautiful child- Rates To California on Santa Fe. Owing to recent disaster in San Francisco there will be no meet- ing of the National Educational Association in 1906. In order that those who have ren and babies, and stayed with (anticipated the pleasure of mak- them all during the long, hot, ing a trip to California,^ may not r I ■ a - Judge Thomas P. Stone of Wa- co Grand Dictator of the Knights of Honor and president of the Sons and Daughters of the Con- federacy will deliver an address in the city hall here on July 11 at 8 o'clock p. m. The public gen- erally and especially the ladies are i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

, r "75T^. -':' « S ''ft M •". "* ■ v' ' ' • ••- wlf"" • ' wWwIw UKIp, f W 'yowflg# ' ■sa ■' fflPj ;7Sn__ JM .H:'1 Sm3®|[ ;^ P' •V' r ■ :VJ $100 r:: WARD!! ton a case or CHILLS AND FEVER that canrm efi CI.'ret 3y HiTs Gjif (fire ili?, H'wt V-mc fnr'Walnia, emus ■ dfj Pan!) CMI!s. rilioas tr< r-. ■; M fr r, fjilatzsd fr!M8, ' - Wilis, .Li: ;j'iw, H (niacins, leliiiity, t'ml..i,in;,;, Mhsius, ia'.'fiess, J. .li'd: -ft, -.'iil'ti.v.'i-ss. loss df ^.ppe- ... Pt=. HAK^LESS, irriCTlYE, lull i'u.A.'ASh" I'OfitSlBS uo Poison, , . v, PRICE 50 CENTS <*! k • 'n- ■ ■■' V% '>•■'* X M- 'r' ' - ^ J., ^ •' y Kid* only hy ^At~-^ Tho 11 ill D TiLAOE MARK Tf;e lidll krniEdy (0. DAI.I.AS, TEXAS The Hall Kerncdy Co.. Iowa, La, July 1904. Dall*1*. T*xa* . IV?r Sir*: I h'iv * tried a vr-nt nany CM'i ronnNlii* hut hr.vc frunl Moni* equal to Hall'p Chill Ciirn for > aria t-.-w v p.n I had \ m«vi r * nr\<il Gh'IN ami Fever mid t<* i tmpt'v n (n r| CI1!' t'u. •• •. hut 1) • > ! rl no vimi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

*• I I; I jSH THE STATt HERALD "\ f * mk i fei & • i PUBLISHED N. P. HOUX, EVERY THUR8DAY. Editor a Proprictoh One SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Year 1.00 Entered at the poMtofllce at Mexla, Taxaa, u f>econd-cla s mail matter. One month from today will be primary election day. Tom Campbell buttons were in demand on the 27th. Many peo- ple from surrounding country called at this office for the but- tons and were supplied. Senator Joe Bailey will speak at Marlin on July 16th at a big barbecue to be held there on that date. Several candidates for governor are also expected to be present. Some things puzzle us. the la- test is, that one man can jump on to another and beat the stuf- fin' out of him and each knock the other due east and west. The one attacking the other de- fending, both are arrested and fi- ned $25 and costs. Yet if the an making the attack had been shot stone dead by the other fel- ler, the dead man would have had a funeral and the shooter wOuld be acquitted in any court o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

- J Xocal ant> personal, m«4 * ♦ • /•<? ■ ■ ' +•— Miss Lola Harris, who has been teaching school at Merkel the past session, has returned home. The date for the beginning of the Fairfield reunion this year is July 25. P. S. Park has an attractive display in his show window. It consists of a glass case of gold- fish and a species of Japanese fish known as the fan-tail. i ^ Virgil Mathis, of Mexia's crack ball team, has gone to Am- arillo to pitch for that team. Hon. Tom Campbell candidate for the democratic nomination for governor, will speak in Mexia July 12. Everybody is invited to be here on that date to hear Mr. Campbell's views on state issues. Jake Nussbaum has deorated a very pretty show window. It con- sist . i : a miniature waterworks cn'npk-ttwo pumping stations r-•; - ]j :• u? and all that goes to nv.!' a complete system. There is also a nej.a'0 boy in the window looking at the blear spring water with a broad grin on his face. J. J. Vannoy has returned from Groesbeck...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

' ;■ i bi # i* m .'"V 'Vi I "V. T Minutes Time Enough? To Core the Worst Headache From Any Cause—New Reduction Method. Most headochus and pains yield Instantly to the new Reduction Method—Dr. Shoop'B Twenty Minute H cud actio Cure. The ouuse for these pains Is congestion— u rush! iitf of blood to the nervo centers — which distends the veins to nearly the bursting point. swollen and enlarged, these veins and capillaries exert an lrrlteilnit pressure on the my rlad'.t. of nerve branches and fibres. Then, there' excruclatlutr. cease Reduction Method distributes tho rects It to the . frees the nerve pressure an pains and pear because has been re- may try a thou dies—you may plfy the nerves —but the remedy prompt relief and will be succe the congestion — it Reduction Method, pain, anil iiually that ache. This new disperses the blood, overflow, and di- chunnels. in centers from all irritation -the aches disap- their causa moved You sand reine- druif and stu- nto submisHioo which brinus pe...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

'ffT'jyw •- ; • ftfcfe"' ' -j?'* HffiSiP - J?V„ , i r.«> • ««« ■mmm— local ant> personal. S. Heidenheim of New Or- leans, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Sim Katten. Miss Reitta Katten enter- tained a number of her friends on Monday afternoon in honor of the visiting young ladies. Joe Johnson and wife of Fair- field, are visiting the family of J. D. Sawyer, Mrs. I. Newman and little daughter have gone to Calvert on a visit to relatives. Miss Gertie Cohen left Mon- day afternoon for Dallas to visit relatives. For Sale-My place west of railroad, consisting of 2 acres of land and improvements. G. W. Latham. D. C. Murray of West Texas is in the city on business. Mrs. Tom Parker is on the sick list. Frank Smith, of Tehuacana, has purchased the Charles Wol- verton place, situated in front of A. T. Schulz's residence, in the northern part of the city. Mr. Smith will shortly move to Mexia and occupy this place. Now is the time to begin reach- ing out after the fall trade. Ad- vertise...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

'*mm 1 mSm V v;,. am * . mtvtrw« ■■* oouch The S.UNCS . • I tii" 'I i/M. 1 um « Vt> :,Ej« , I.'. «S&t I I ! \ iH ' K ' \ I . 1 ¥ 7 •j fef ' 'tevery •Ption Price ..- aii 1 GOc 8; $ 1.00 , Free Trial .m r> i'rtii.ini«mi i inw i est Cure lor tt.il LXJ ItfO TROUB ri BA02C ' i/MtUKMBK MNtBKiUHilfivL RE-UNION NOTES. Vaivede was draped with crepe in memory of the departed dead. • To Mm and ■ r . ' Noulp Summer Resorts r i • ,. i-; ; :! <• and Nashvili.; rail: •> affords the t'lstcst time and finest u-r- v ict; from tffew ' Orleans and Memphis to all tin' notOd summers resorts in the .. and north. Tickets will he on sal" ;■ •' 1st at very low rates t - Niug-i. •' 'Is. Mammoth Cave, Put-in Bay, Oiu Point Somfort Waukesha, St. Paul hnd Mit;m;appolis, French Lick, Petoskey Oe nomowoc, Mountain P«rk and to the Mountains resorts in Tenn. and Kentucky, tickets being limited for return until Oct. 31 1906. The Louisville & Nashville operates double daily trains out of New Orlean...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

- wmfit# " "W "f ■ FORT SAM HOUSTON. If a Cow gave Butter mankind would have to invent milk. Milk Is Na- ture's emulsion —butter put in shape for diges- tion. Cod liver oil is ex- tremely nourishing, but it has to be emulsified before we can digest it. Scott's Emulsion ] important military post in the combines the best oil United States and one of the with the valuable hypo- ' largest in the world. The man- phosphites so that it is |CUVers next year will be held easy to digest and does ]iere on a ^ran(j .scale, Camp far more good than the Mabry at Austiu having been Will Be Made Most Important .Array Post in Country. San Antonio, Texas, Sept. 12. —The United States attorney's office reports that $112,000 is now available to purchase the | 17,000 acres of land near Leon Springs target range, 20 miles from here, for a permanent maneuver ground for the depart- ment of Texas. With this addi- tion to Fort Sam Houston, which .ijis already been enlarged to a brigade post, it will be the mo...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

JgM Wmm \ ^ ftllwmKHHHH BwfflWt .' 'W*- ->• ;«-:V i>s ■ \ " " '. v f-'Vi'y. 11 l:i , mmmmmmi "f ■ .' •■iMaS — If It's Up-to-Date You Will Always Find it at Karner & Phillips. arner @ fhillips| Magnificent Showing of hi j Separate Skirts for Street and Dress Wear Our skirt.-assortment i-> tin- uio-t com; lete >>hn\v:iij,f we have ever made in new (hodels in plain t<^incy wnr«ti'il/u medium plaid-. black ;m.,1 coiore^'panamas SPDCIAL SALE Slj/rts worth S4.00 S2.90 /•3,'ki ts worth #3-5° $2.50 Skirts worth S**>.5o - $-4.50 It's Mt^w We Have it Buttons ui all tlu* new f Persian and Roman effect- t< , oji 15s .Mid evet y cla-s of dr<: We unhesitatingly say that the showing this time will surpass any previous efforts and will be re- membered as the most complete and most elabo- rate display of Ladies Dress Goods and Wearing Apparel yet shown. The tendency this season is decidedly toward PLAIDS— Plaid Waistings, Plaid Suitings, and this anthoritive collection...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

■« 1 . 1 . ■■'{J'■' t ; ' ' ";A ' ™*y V ■ , • K ! ' >r v: w:i ?v P;■ Lli.Pi.WL - I / 11 Horn Hill. Health Rood, yet the Dr. has considerable practice on the black land; Plenty of rain, potatoes, go' - bers and turnips doing well. Cotton damaged considerably. Jas. Thetfords residence is about ready for occupancy Mr. Bigany will finish Dr. Hel- tons house this week. There will be an ice cream sup- per here next Saturday night in the interest of the school, fill have a special invitation. The Baptist Sunday school collected for the Buckners' Or- phans Iiomc $11.55. Paid the pastor $100.00. Staff and comi- ty missions $25.00. Mr. Murphy is able to be up. M a won. DO YOU ITCH. The cup of human misery i.s never quite full until some form of itching skin disease is added. Then it over- flown. Hunt's Cure is a specific for any itching trouble ever known. One ap- plication relieves, One b ix i.- guaran- eed to cure any ore case. To The Trade. I am now prepared to grind meal every clay. 1 ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 July 1906

"\ m mmmmm ■'" >:■> •:!' ■ ■!■?''■ ■ ' t!'" •■f1' *'* Court House Noi.es. ;::i Groesback Journal. . he foilqv.'ingprccaedittg-s have ; had in the c uvuy covrt 1o : i}tflato Three Perversa Cured 3 WITH OWE BOTTLE | | Mr.W.E. Arthur,ArtliurClly, Tex,-is, snyst"A r! renter who had dr. !■; cLii'',, .tnd his t..u chll- u| dren who were 1 J up*\..>ti ciiilit .^r lliroe ffl | months, wero cured with ortft bottle of •' 3 Day" fif Malaria Cure." All ;ire stout mid well an J no ih more chills." A California liquid remedy, made XX drop by drop from harmless Neveffnlls. E? 75 conts* i:rancla S>. Ott, Sacramento, Cat. WMMMWUIMUU* x. If Is -:atic Remedy Will . nost Relief that ;dicine Can, 'i' I'n.i ono rorarflv whli'h inanv physlelrmu rely upon to true nit; s/sVm of the Ith ■ ju'isitic Pois- ons which arc tin: omse of nh Rlvumtitlsm, I,umbatro, Sciatica. i '.out, is Dit. Snoop s Iviieu- mAtic 1,'i;uedv. !>i', Shoop spent twenty .wars in experimisuUnir be-Aforc ho discovered the co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 August 1906

Mm IKfP $ « Mip i lfP& ■ * ■ M / / " J . , "'WWr'"' ■ ' • ^ ' J ^ r-\:^[:^'f'*p|ppPfpp''"'' ' N I; ' ' ' r - iJMWkSp™ PSfflP' V" ^V..T . hp"#; Bl e J. Sanfoid Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Mexia, Texas. The State Herald. xViEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1906. NC. i>i. KMkaam***zvu^iM, :::i•■:.- IfcJ-..'. iZSmrZLLL. OUR JULY SALE ev ery way a pronounced success. We you for your patronage. We have time all we advertise. New shapes in STETSON HATS 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 Cents Special Trunk — 10.98. [can supply you ...with... TON SACK DUCK. A DIES HOME RNA.L PATTERNS 15 and 10c dies Shopping Bags ones98e $1 ones 75c ones 50c 50c ones 35c BOYS SUITS. jO grade 5.00 00 grade 3.80 00 grade 2.95 .50 grade 2.75 .50 grade 1.95 VIens Madras Shirts with jr without collar in good patterns 50c each. A FEW Ladies Oxfords eft 1,25, 75c and 5oc FOR CHOICE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 August 1906

II .1KB ' ' 5ssshh2 9H / KILLthe couch ' and CURE the LUNGS WITH Drying's New Discovery Price 50c & $1.00 Freo Trial. CONSUMPTION i I VI [ OiiQHS and j • ■ biuos > fliin-Bc and Quickest Cure lor all I '£ THH(i.\T H.V* I.UNO TROUB- f L£e>, or MOtfEY BACK. i! To Eastern and Norlhsrn Summer Resorts The [i i ii>/tll,e and Nashviile raiiroa affords the fastest time and lint-st ser- vice from New Orleans and Memphis to all the noted summers resorts in the east and north. Tickets will be on sale after J una 1st at very low rates to Niagara Falls, Mammoth Have, Put-in Bay, Old Point Comfort Waukesha, St. Paul and Minneappolis, French Lick. Petoskey Oconomowoc, Mountain P°rk and to the Mountains resorts in Tenn. and Kentucky, tickets being limited for return until Oct. 31 1906. The Louisville & Nashville operates double daily trains out of New Orleans and Memphis l'or all resorts mentioned. Trains are wide-vestibuled and carry modern Pullman Sleepers, electric lighted dining...

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