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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 April 1894

sr HSBAHiYHSBAL9 J45SJJ ISIti t Entered at the Poctcffice browns viile Texas as secondclass matter ZiSUliO BVEKY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAT Saturday apsil 28 VICTORIAS DUTCH LANJ For truiy ctij yabe outing in these early days ot spring a ride ol a lew miles south of tho city via Dutch Lane is unsurpassed Stf etching vb tut away on either side of tho excellently graveled roud as the eye can reach or until obstructed by straight lines of dense forests of uniform height loreiy in their tender green foliage ufcy r c seoir hundreds of acres of sotlon and corn in rows as straight aa an arroWj while the 6oiI is so mellow as to be pulverized as fine and smooth as the most highly eul livaed gardens and entirely free from weeds and grass while iter vening pastures are clothed in thrifty well grown grasses and so numerous are the dwellings from the humble cots of rural freedom to more pretentious two story farm houses and out buildings that for miles in all directions the country has a suburban appeara...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 April 1894

M DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TSYAS TO CORKESTOXDEXTS ATI ccaiininlcations for this paper shocld be o Qompanisd by the name of Use anther not aecessa Xiljfor publication bnt as eriJeace pi good faith on the part of tie writer Writs oa one side of the Ppci In Plain hand Anonymous ccmmtmica jtlocsirfll not be noticed Tax HeuildwLlnotbe retpoaaible for the statements of its correspondents S 1TUnD 11 JiPRIL 28 ABOUT TOWN For electric mint julips go to Leahys The wind blew a pci Feet gale to day covering everything witti a cloud of dust or sand Go to Mrs KrHii6Si 6 and 6ee that fine Wing Son pnitio which she lias for Bull Tlint Corpus Christ and Browns ville railroad will materialize Yon cn placo your money on if There Tb mnuh complaint lately of petty hieving iu town The po lice should be on thealert to catch thtf rascals Mrs Krausse has received some handsome pictures autotypes and water colore in modern frames Go arid see theni at once Strings bands of music were out last night 6eretifid...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 April 1894

Waste then want Maine u1i s are Sold to tin South s fcrtiiiiers ie brWsUu tneiit of what relates to the ma terial welfare of r ecctUih that ie not noted Tor attention to email in dustries ahd economies Thai dovne 6tur6V should find it pro Stable to BuVe and ship ashes such a distance ought to he a hint to the ueoplo importing so apparently valuenetiB Hti article In many parts of the South vroud is the principal fnel and it is no tveetit discovery that wood aenes are fertilizing to farm and orchard Yetj kuowing thfr > j tew farmers iti the South utilize them in this way Where in all this 6cction ia there a firm which es teems this a profitable venture and would be willing to establish de pots and appoint agents to collect nud ship or sell aBhee Yet there are dealers in Maine who do this sending their purchases long die ttncePj certainly at no lose Why is it that Texa with its hundreds of newspaper sends abroad for paper supplies In Fort Worth and other cities of the state there is...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 April 1894

sir K vol ii SOCIETIES ntnEcTQitr H J = f is STATE OFFICEKS SevernoT JSH < gg Xiieat Governor aL M Cr ne Comptroller J D HcCall land Coiamiiiiouer W Ik UcGaagaey treasurer L W B Worthara Attorney General C A Cnlberssn npt PaMic Instruction J 51Carlisle DISTKlCr AXD COUNTY OFFICEKS Congressman 9th district W HCrain Elate Senator 2701 district K AAtke aepreseuUUves Stadtftrict J W Kenedy ConstyJndgev J Thokk Cnon County Attorney Angustin Celaya 36unty Clerk Joseph Webb fchcriirj ECForto Treasurer > C Garza Caatocion Collector J A Broroa iwrrejor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector C Taa ro COUXiT COHJUSSIOXEES jrechsctXo 1 iV nez PrecinctKo2 K Kleibtr kreclnsiXia3 n Precinct Xo 4 F Teres County court meets for chit crtjaiaai and pro bate business on the first Mondays in JIarch June eepteuibcr and December crrit QTFicsas Major Tncczj Carson Chief of 1olice K 11 Treasurer aAFocaythe Secretary > K Attorney < i Su veyo y Asseseor andCoUecter GA aliccel U S DISTEICT CoiJBT j The foaoT...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 April 1894

1 W I r 1 5 C igf rr BZ = 2X = i THESAILYHERAtS tSg BBCa > caja Entered at the Poctoffice Browns ville Texas as Sdcondclass matter 3SITKD EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY Saturday apeil 28 VICTORIAS D UTCR ZANj Fur n trul enj > yabe outing in these early days ot spring a rido of h few miles south of tlm city via Dutch Luiie is unsurpassed Stretching us Jar aw y on sither side of tho excellently graveled r ad as tlm eye can reach or until obstructed by straight lines of dense forests of uniform height lovely in their tender green foliage tncy r > eeenii hundreds of acres of cotton and corn io rows as straight as ati arroWj while the soil is so mellow as to be pulverized as fine and smooth as the moEt highly eul tivaed gardensj and entirely free from weeds and grass while ifer tehihg pastures are clothed in thrifty well grown grasses and so numerous are the dwelling from the humble cota of rural freedom to more pretentious two story farm houses and out buildings that for miles in all ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 April 1894

V I iir V fettnom HE DAILY HERALD BROWS 3YILLE TS AS TO COBEESKfiiDENTS All communications for this paper should be ac eoapanled by the nitaeoj the author not neccssa fQjtor publication but sa evidence of good faith on the part of the writer Write on one Eido of the paper in a plain hand Anonymous commnnica tiona will not be noticed The Hceald vrtd not be reaponsiblefor the statements of its correspondents SATURDAT AFRIL 28 ABOUT TOWN For electric mint jiilipa go to Lealiys The wind blew a peifect gale to day covering everything with a cloud of dust or sand Go to Mrs KrmiBSi s arid see that fine Wing Son pai no which slie has for sale That Corpus Christi arid Browns viile railroad will materialize Yon crn placo your rcohey oh it There ia much complaint lately of petty thieving in town The po lieu should be on the alert to catch the raEcnls Mrs Kraiuse lias received s ne handsome pictures autotypes and water colors in modern Frarajy Go aiid see them at once hundred dollars worth of t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 April 1894

wM ftetlice are seSvS ifc tin tacut whxt relates the ran ten rclfitrts of cu that hut ntfted fot attention to ual in d pt s hd omm er That dotTOA8tWbn showld nd t pro Stable fo ShVe and ship ashes each pcoptj impurtm en appnrtitly VHlHen 8 an article In many arte of tfeo Sutsth wood is the principal fscl and it is no nccnt discovery that wood a5iL8 sru furtilizin to farm nd orchard Yet knowing thu > tew farmers iu tho South utilise tbem in this Way Where in all this section is there a firm which es teems this a profitable venture and would he willing to establish do pots and appoint agents to collect mid ship of eel aehet Yet there arc dealers in Mai he who do this sending their purchases long dis tance certainly at no loss Why is it that Texas with its hundreds of newspaper sends abroad for paper supplies Iu Fort Worth and other cities of the state there is an ample supply of pare water a fact attested by the many breweries to which good wa ter is also a necessity Even with ant ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 30 April 1894

< IP Hr UiJs Inspector C Tainajo COD > TT COMMISSIOXES SfrecicclXe 1 > VaSqcez auitNo 2 K Klejber ccinciJ oJ V Garcia wet So t I Perez Countr court resets for dvh criminal and yro sme business on toe first Menlaysln Alurcn June Jl > leiiiucr an J December CITV OFFICKKST fc RJfJlefert VOL II tiSRECTORW STATS OFFICIOS vJ SHos tieut GGYemoTi MMCr ne Poinptroller J D ilcCell land Commissioner W L JfotJanRhey Trrcatarer IS Wertbam Attorney General A Oalberson t pt PaVlio luurnctiaa J M Carlisle DISTRICr AXD OQlIXTV OFFICERS fceagresmas Stfc d > trict W H Crtin State Senator i7ta district H AAtlee v fee1reseEtaUve tricCr sUiai yj County Jndge Vjonurr Attorne Joanty Clerfc lieriir Treasurer nae ar < olleclor Knrvcjcr Thomas Oar n augiMla Oelaya Jewrx VeM > HC Parte C Garza vie Champion J A Browne Martin Hanson 4 Will practice In anvof the Courts Ftite or Federal Land and railroad lilmtiou the investigation of titles and I pTparatiea of abstracts cpeculties 1 Alayor Tho...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 30 April 1894

hS HSBILT B3 S B sSSrd 2a X P2JZB p5 gtfa Entered at the PoctoQlce IsrownsJ vfile Texas ts secon5t3ass matter MOKDAY APRIL SX mwwrmm inn nm in i aaea mtamK r0T SAUCE E08 THE GANDER The Sao Antonio Express the igreat Trxaa apostle < > protection publishes a leader decrying the tillfgid pmpoMtion of Mexico to increase its import duties 25 per ent on nil goods imported from the United SHtcs England and other countries which have limited the money value of Eilver The ExprcES considers the idea most Untfiscj probably the proposition or eome wlldeyed crank in the Mex ican congref Says he Expres Ail countries havo tlieir propor tion of legislative erankp but The ExpresB does not believe that Mex ico will be blind enough to her own best interests to attempt such a losing boycott Mexico must im port most of her manufactures and the goldusing countries can supply them most cheaply To these na tions she sells the bnk of her exports Suppose that they should retaliate for her retaliation S...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 30 April 1894

K i b I r winj 3TB = a > aa > vyfrf ft K = ABOUT TOWN Hot Weather thin afternoon Major Ilamner U S A piymas ser wjU pay off the Foit Brown boys in aday or twr The steamer Morgati sailed from Morgan City for Rrafcoa Rt 110 yes Wd y afternoon with IS cars of sreight O iviT Hickshs HCCiptcci a posi lion asclerk in the U S consulate ulnce m Matamorofc vice Louts San < ler resigned Tennis Gtill contimres popular With our yonng people despite the varm weather Some of them arc expert players A train arrived hero at 1230 to d y with 11 cars of freight consist ing of flour and lumber from the Schooner Willie Ann y Mis Klransse has received some Tiandsonie pictures autotypes and Water colprsr in modern frames Gu and sec them at once Cisterns ura getting low and s > mu of uur ciizitis are already de pending jjpon tho generosity of their neighbors for drinking water SEAL MERIT is the character istic of Hoods Sarsaparilla It Cures even after other preparations fail bet Hoods and ONLY...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 30 April 1894

31 platen ili colors and photozrephs of nc > Icistofclicw Jt < i UOV FLOWER IS S IfrT Ab iyt U Y April 23 ttov lk wcr today achieved the umqni ee > rd of vetoi s R biH which had not btxn subitttncd toUim It was For a bxlloT Tim Governor know ing hu tcims of the incisure which h d Hlrcndy passed both Houses and expected it would rtaeb him at n cerium hour prepared Veto messngc and gsYo it ojtr fo publicit ion The hill isftiil in Un bends < the engrossing cleik and will not reach thu Governor until Tomorrow liis objections to the hill are that it does not provide for a blanket ballot and blanket posters and thus deprives the illiterate vol cr of proper facilities for the oxer cisc of franchise Ti > 6 Mexican Congress having approved the hill to decorate the officers Bnd men that fought in the republican ranks at the battle ol the second of April Mid the Beige of Queretaro the decoration for President Diaz will be pinned on breast by the president of t hc chain ber of de...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 30 April 1894

L i H u i k i Hide Inspector COCXTT COJUUSS trecirctXo I A Vasftuez lTecinct So 2 E Kleiber act > o3 r Garcia 1 QLt o4 1 Perez Cotmty court meets for civil crlttmai and pro bate buaiuesw on the first alendaya u Marcb June b < pteiab < ranil Deceniuer air oFFicras ilavor Thomas Carson llhlef of Ponce i lLXlhan Sreasurer CAIbrytiie becreUxry J B Ryigslrary Attorney FriE Femlle Surveyor S ftBroois AsiniaaorsndCeileetor O A Michel t S DIS1SIGT COURT The fclloirins arc the GQctrs ofsnil the Uraes and Uctvs cf liuldiu court lor the Western Uuttnct of Vxas s TF S Diatnct Jcage Attoniti CierL V II Hart 3arahal IttA Watc Cimjri > ei > uty Marsual B WaltLr A > art convenes in San Antoiue on the first Mon daj in Ja and Novcniiwr In Acaun Ja me nr t Mia < livs in Febmary and < Jnli In Brown ° Ue on tlie first JSftnday In January and second Monday in Jane iu Ja l ia un tau nrj t itaad s s in April and Oc tober JUTS PI t aj x Ss State Cmirts T7r2rrrEiGHTii pudicial distric...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 30 April 1894

w 23221 TIkj Sun Afitonid Express the great Tvxae ajrastle of protection publishes r teaser TJftryinj the nlleg d proposition tt Mexico to Sncreao its import duties 25 peri eent ott dl g < Kd3 imported from the United Sates England and mother countries which have limited the money Value of silver The Express considers the idea most unwise probably the proposition of some wildeyed crank in tho Mex ican congress Says I lie Expres Ail countries have their propor tion of legislative cratike but f lie JExpiesB dues not believe that Mex ico will be blind enough to her own best interests to attempt such a losing boycott Mexico must im port most of her manufactures and the goldusing countries can supply them most cheaply To these na f tinns she sells the bnk of her txporte Suppose that they eh nlrf j retaliate for her retaliation Shel S fcolild neither buy nor sell She would bo isolated from the great would of trado and industrially speaking would quickty go to the bow wo we Mexico will ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 30 April 1894

Vs DAILY lie v > ll reside SAlLDj WS SftOlilS MllkL ARfcESTEDCN SUSPICION J = = Chrefof Police Tamayo deserves B0WJS6VILLE TSYA5 SSSCED EVERY DAY EXGEPS iStTNDAY j tXMESKlXDEXiS in commcEItibiMis forl3 pcrsC < jniab63C compaaleatythe name of tfcfc author not necessa Crforipnbliation bat as evidence of ood fartti on tht fsrt of the writer Wrfle fcn one lade o f the Taper to a pla n hnai Auoiiymous commaiilcs onsNnHcetbeiiotlcta Tec Hxbau > wUnotbe VeeromAIe fcx tte statements ofits ccrrcspondeata tfojro pmi 30 ABOUT TOWN Hot weather HiTh afternoon Major Hamrcer U S A p < > ymaB Wj will pay oft the Fuit Srown ooys in a day or two The steanier Morgafc Bailed 1 rom Morgan City for Brazos at 110 yes erd y afternoon with 18 cars o treight Oiver Hieks ln8 cceptedWpofci lion ascleilr in the U S consulate office in Matamorof vice Louis San vier resigned W Tennis still continues amilar Xvilb oar young people dtspTO the varm weather Soino of Ikffl are Expert players 4 A train ar...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 30 April 1894

i l I u ji 07 FLOYFEIUSS lbT Albany K Yv Apr SD liov JT Blower today achievedthe unique ed > Td of vutuu n uU vrfiicli had not been suhimtted to Uim It wis For a ballon Tim Governor know i g ibis terms of the measure Which had already passed 30th Uousvs and expected it would reaeh him at a certain hour prepared a Vetomcsjage and giVft it oat fa JnblicAtoiu The hili is still in the hands ot tlib engrossing clellc and Vrilt not reach the Governor until tomorrow liis objections to ihe bill are ihat it does not provide for n blanket ballot aiid blanketposters nnd thua deprives the illiterate vol er of propter facilities for the eXer < cise of franchise v The Mexican Congress having approved ihe MH to decorate1the officers and men that fought in the republican ranks at the battle o the second of April hiid the seige of Qnerotaro the decoration for President Diaz will be piumd on breastby the president of the cham bur of deputies and that for Gen Jilariano Eseobedo will be affixed t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 May 1894

HS n it 3 11 DIRECTORY PceciactSq I trecinctXo 1 Precinct No 3 trednct So i j bounty court meets for civil criminal and pro bate business on the first Mondays in Jlarcn June September and December X cirr officers kiW > Thomas Carson fatter 6r Police J H Klhau Treasurer CAForsytlic Secretary U B Kingsbury SLttomej i FjantFeume Jjurreyor WBroois Aasesor and Collector IGA Jliccel U S DISTRICT C0UKT Tha following are the officers oftnd tic times and places of holding court for the Western District bl Tesas tr s istricl judge s siaiey Attorney T Ji D HHart Jerk ffarhal 14 CoWare Chief D puty lUrshaJ J B Waller Cburt convenesinBan Antonio on the first Jlon days in Jfay andSovembcr tfa Austin oil the first Jtoiidavs In February and July In Brownsvillo on the Erst Jfonday in January and second Monday in June In El Paw on tuo first Mondays in April aria Oc tober TWESTTEIGSTH JCDICliE DISTEICT District Juilse SStHjudlad UstrictJ a fiuss eU District Attorney John I Kleiber District Gerk Lo ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 May 1894

Hi r < II ISt t V lI l itnarrTnirani THEBAitYHISaALB 39tttBfctt Watered at the Poctoflice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TUESDAY JtAY 1 Jesse Seligkas the millionaire New York banker who died the other day was ono of eleven child ren of a poor German He came to this country with nothing and died worth ten million dollars Ms Getzendahke has with drawn from the race for governor His announcement did not affect the race to any extent bat still he deserves credit for letting Texas know that she has a Getzendttner Judge Reagan probably thinks he can corral the nomination for goveruor by catering to the free silver anti Cleveland sentiment Which abounds to a greater or lees bztent in Texas Perhaps he may do so It whb Reagan who split the democratic party in Texas t vo years sgo and Gov Hogg was fclected on a Reagan platform Secretary Lamont as a result Of his recent tour of the South and West will abolish several mil itary posts which he considers useless and will enlarge oth...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 May 1894

u B TO CbBBESPOSBESTS ill communications for this piper Et ould be c < comrankd by the nunc or tte author not uecessar Hy for pubUaiton but as eridenc of good faith on ti part of the niter Write on one Hoc of the tper in a plain hand Anonymous oommonica txons mil not be noticed The Herald rrtlnotue responsible for the stitcmeabs of i5 corrCTpondents r TUESiiY t5i i ABOUT TOWN LmiIc oat for further news of Mr Miller toon FOR SALE Cord food 1 quire at the ferry A light shower fell Hrii tliie htorntiig before daylight Tho regular Pdiitt Isabel train lett it Ht two oclock this after ho < m for tlic coast Go t SBlre Ivrhiiea is arid see Hiat fine Wing Sdn paino I ivhich she IUb for sab Parties coiiiitig id froth tlie colin try today repoit A heavy raiti at Lis Ruciaa rnntiii last night j 1 The steamboat Bessie tHofod down the river tod y Irotn Havana f to Grranjenn a few tiiilbs above Jj Edinbrirg Mrs KxaiisBe has received some f wliitidsittie pictures autotypes and water e olo re ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 May 1894

an I Vsj and eisj 1 I 1IS7i Tn A tattled bU b Ivtnuiihdc wuh ttuk in it E liiUduIphin IV cord In the tips and downs of life the baby id unrivaled Glens Falls S Ublicsn Musical composers should have ho trouhle about proposing to their sweetheart tluv re used to mak ing overtures PhiUd eiphin Re cord Jillsoti 6aj8 ho has notied that 6ome men are a gre t deal like fiverp When their heads are Swelled you relizo it froln their inonth ttuffilo Courier He 1 hear that Talkins moved but of his hoiiEO because it was hanntid ShciOh I sec He left becauso the spirit moved him IndiaiiRpolis Journal Teacher An eye for mi eye and a tooth for a tooth is not demanded now Toinmr No the dentist takes yonr tooth now an rtead of grvin yon another cue he mak 6 you pay him 50 cents Indian apolu Journal Mrp Nextdoor I have futnd ont one tliiig about th t Mrp Newcome Whoever 6he i 6he Ims never moved in good society Air Nextdoor How do you know lhat Mrs Ntxtdoor SliB6lnkee bands as if she meant it TitBite TH...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 May 1894

B Vol it niRECTORjr SOCIETIES STATE OFFICERS Governor J S Hogg Lieut Governor M 3L Cr ne Comptroller J D McCal Ijmd CoinmisMiouer W I JtcGaogheV Treasurer r W B Wortham Attorney General C A Culberson Bupt rubllc Instruction J 31 Carlisle DISTEICr AXD COCXTY OFFICEES CongressmanStUdistrict W HCrairi State Senator 27tu district F AAtlee ifcpresentatlveaWth district wKcS ir County Jnilge TBomas Carson County Attorney Angnstin Celaya County Clerk Joseph Webb bhenff CCForto Treasurer C Garza Assessor Getf Cliampion Collector J A Browne f > ur eyor Martin Hanson Hide Inspector CTamsyo COUNTT COMMISSIONERS VrecmctNb1 AVasqUei JTeanctNd 2 K Kleiber iTecinct So 3 F Garcia IreunctNo P Perez i t County court meets for avu criminal and pro r Irate business on the first Mondays in March June September 2nd December CITVOFFICEES Mayor Thomas Carson CUier or Police J HKlhan Treasurer CAForsythe Secretary M B Kingsbury JtUurriey FranV Feuille Purveyor 3 W Brock Assessor and Collector G A Michel U...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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