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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 February 1904

See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas tm State vol. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1904, NO. 7 mratatibCTsrna MADE PROGRESS IN JANUARY Cold Weather Did Not Much Delay Work on World's Fair Buildings Will be Re dy on lime. In his report on the progress of work on the World's Fair struc- ture, Director of Works Taylor showa that satisfactory headway was made during Junu iry, not- withstanding the colli weather of the litter part of the month. The report, tiled Feb. 1, shows that nearly all the main exhibit palaces are practically finished. The main Art Palace, which ia a permanent structure, i-3 the most backward, and it is 90 per cent, finished. Among the state buildings Mis- souri, Louisiana. Oklahoma, Ari- zona, Utah, Connecticut and Nevada are finished. Iowa and Kansas are 99 per cent finished and work on the remaing state pavilions is sufficiently advanced «to warrant the statement that all will be completed by the dav set lor the opening ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 February 1904

1 m . < Wl;. f'r."-.i. ;V-'^ "*A,v/lfeo A S1HALL UTERTnENT AMD A BIG 1NOOMH FOB ANYONE ... T°'0,,r*,Random thoughts. WANTi (BY WILL H. MAYES.) My article a low >veeks since about the candidate has attracted ■and tor Medical Blank, that a Diagnosis of _ utfnnt-inn thnf T Your Case May be Made. Free of Charg. 80 mUtft ""ent'On tnat -1 by Our Modlcal Director ftlCHHOlQv ^llEPTtt^ 4 GREAT NERVE CONQUEROR THAT NEVER FAILS The Only Knovn Specific Remedy For Epileptic Fits, Falling Sickness, Convul- sions, St. Vitus' Dance, Etc. Dr. S. A. Richmond Co., 842 W. Van Buren St.. CHICAGO. f f 1 rved a ia carte on trains from a "-leropliis, St. Louis and intcriiicw.ti." points. fRIC LIGHTS AN® FANS °N M AND smmz CARS.' I t'HE ONLY ONE from TEXAS TO THE ^RTVfl and IEAS1 WITH ; iNJNG CAR SERVICE. LEWIS, Traveling Fasb'r Aglnt, AUSTIN, TEX. H. C. TOWN SEN D, | pass'r and TICKET a-iFfliT, ST. '.CIW. PASSENGER SERVICE TEXAS. "PORTANT GATEWAYS 4 JS FACIFir?>}> haiLiVA/ KOUSLS TO ANSWER QUtC...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 February 1904

SE£flRf1 IE9 wmm mm '' PHSJwP '■■' 'u :'- *;*** v **W - V' :'1 f# C?5& $ ' .- .V '•> J.?.-".- '•■ M-. / ^5K/ . ■ — b \ At the Beginning of the New Year you will likely need a new supply of Office Stationery Examine your stock and if there is anything you need TRY US. We Print Anything and Guarantee Satisfaction. New and Up-to-Date Type, First- Class Stock, Good Workmanship. HOUX'S PHONE No. 19. I > III Ml * 'DDI) mil > I|FIiiP n ~ f i~~ 1 H—I ♦<a i< ms gS5< C50iS&a '^>'9g^ g.JjS W.C.T. U. Column. fEDITED BY X MEMBER.] ooooooooooocoooooca00000r0000000osaos o o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 u o 0 o o o 0 o 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Improved Train Service HILLSBORO BRANCH, AS FOLLOWS: EAST Lv Hillsboro 8:20 in 8.30 p m $5® Ar Coreicana 10 2C a m 10.30 ii hi ■& iLv Corsicana 5.20 a m 5.50 p in Ar Hillsboro 7.20 a m 7.50 p m MAKING DIRECT CONNECTIONS TO AND FROM Dallas, Texarkana, Memphis, St, Louis, and al! Points North and East. Shortest Line Quicke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 February 1904

>tate Herald. g$H Pobliahed every Thursday,! by N. P. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. m v HPS*' X Subscription, per year,. $1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter As yet the oandidatea for legist lative honors in this county have not made public their views on the. proposed changes in the local option laws. Better hurry up gentlemen, or some man may come out who will declare bow he stands on this most important question that will come before the next legislature. Another fire in Sour Lake. How can she stand them? Senator Hanna is dead, and the republican party has lost its ablest leader. The senate will vote on the Panama treaty next Tuesday, the 23rd inst. The Japs and Russians are now at it in earnest. The dogs of war have been turned loose. It has been several days since a district judge has resigned. What's the matter, gentlemen? In the meantime, we have got- ten on very well without a special session of the Legislature. How would it do to ask...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 February 1904

$Pif WM ft};' m ' i \ )■« s®i<: P8R m I J",: 1 [X/' -%-v yf ' ■M ANNOUNCEMENTS. 'i S3== —i. fC" #' PB§§|S1 "w&¥ mm ... Kt. '>T*(-j.:Wjffl Rate*—In Advance. District ....k. 110.00 Couin.7 ' 15.00 Precinct $3.00 / FOR DISTRICT JUDOE. We are authorized to announce J. F. Stout, of Uoreicanr, Texas. a«a candi- date for the office of District Judge of the 18oh Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic pUrty of said district, v. .... . -• We are authorized to make the following announcement subject to tha action of the democratic "ffimaries: For State Senator, 12th District— A J HARPER For Representative— " F M SELLERS For District Clerk— W. L. CARLE Y (re-election) For County Clerk— al.f MILLS For County Attorney— WM (BILL) KENNEDY; V B HAYES (re-election2d term) For Tax Collector— J J BURR1S j A WRIGHT C. S. COOKERLY (re-election) JOHN B. GARMICHAEL. / J A BOURLAND For Treasurer— J. D. THERRELL. ADRIAN C. ODOM-(re-election) O S COMPTON For M'ax Assessor— J. w' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 February 1904

KSEW R$& i Don't forget the old man with the fish on his back. For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the world, and is still traveling, bringing health and comfort wherever he goes. To the consumptive he brings the strength and flesh he so much needs. To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food. To thin and pale persons he gives new firm flesh and rich red blood. Children who first saw the old man with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own. Me stands for Scott's Emul- sion of pure cod liver oil—a delightful food and a natural tonic for children, for old folks and for all who need flesh and strength. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 4-Qt>~"'r!5 Pearl Street, New York. 60c. ar.ti QI.OO; all druggists. Last Saturday about noon sev- eral wagons passed through the city headed east. About .bud down the same wagons again passed through town beaded west. Inquiry developed the fact that they vfere movers from Hill county who came ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 February 1904

«-i|i. .. f .jp|ppppipippip||ppMHB^IB • . : ■ ' • ; =========== ;, jpgnpiBp O&fe " E ? * # ■* W %:th -. i nnr Ira:- ™i >fy. Qver-Work Weakens Your Kidneys. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. I fir. 0 All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. The kidneys are your blood purifiers, they fil- ter out the waste or impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fall to do their work. Pains, achesandrheu- matism come from ex- cess of uric acio in the blood, due to neglected kidney trouble. .Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart is over-working in pumping thick, kidn-y- poisoned blood through veins and arteries. It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin- ning in kidney trouble. If you are sick you can make no mist...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 February 1904

„r-.n-mr,,,.- „ -^:>^~t!!n^''fpshhkiig>nhmbflavbffinneabikifl9£3'wHHmmmhhi r:: >•"■ ■■. • ■ .• ■■'*■■■■■;- . • • v • . '■t&PA' .L, iWn m.,1.1.,11, -IN, ,. ,'i I... ..I, .„ ■ ..I, UM.n, ■! .WU — ■ "■ ■ ' ' ■" —■ „r-" 1 ' ." 1 ', "', .ill,/, '."I1'! J l"1,!1" ' " =gS * Met call f DEMI 1ST. )ffico —Front Rooms Over Storey's v' Book Store. ne No. J10. MEXIA, TEXAS. cost more—yield more— save all experimenting save disappointments. 48 years the standard Seed3 Sold by all dealers. 1901 Seed Annual postpaid free to all applicants d. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich. m *gt$2!H®aEaBKr:iSBZtiT^:K Nothing has ever equalled it. Nothing c:\n ever surpass it. Random Thoughts. (BY WILL H. MAYES;) It doesn't do a man any good to praise him after he is dead and co far as he ia concerned the min- Uter's encomium over his corpse is a useless waste of words. Many men, long since dead, would be living todny if the same good things had been said to them be- fore death that were said of them...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 February 1904

; > See J. Sandford Smith for Fire. Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas* VOL. 5 r * . •. ,, I . ■ f. -.aa&yft , - -l . i iinr in ii r m nfliBiitoiiii i,, | |i|niiHattlBT h I hi 11 swr} f; ■P A ,Ci- State Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1904, THE FIRE LAST NIGHT. FOR PORT ARTHUR. Clash Between the Giant Ships, Report Says, is Being Planned. THE CZAR'S SEA FIGHTERS May Break for Liberty^ Further Fighting Has Taken Place-=Czar is Steadily Shaping for Aggressive Action. Cbee Foo, Feb. 23.—Advices have reached here stating that the Russians are making; prepa- rations for a desperate sortia with the bottled fleet in Fort Arthur. Repiiis upon the damaged ships are being rushed night and day and in some instances they are about completed. When Mus is done the impris- oned ships are to make a united dash for liberty. The sortie is to invite the at- tack of the Japanese guarding fleet. V The Russian warships for the first time in an offensive attack will throw their fu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 February 1904

TS WA*^ uu nvmnorc ■ID IROOWK vol mONB iedlcal Blank, that a Diagnosis of t Cue Hay be lUd*. Wtm of Ohwa* tv Our Medical Director mmi ■ftiRfl O^'fcViv. . ML *;& H am IP tii: JUCHMONqv ^ileptih^ i GREAT NERVE CONQUEROR THAT NEVER FAILS At Only Known Specific Remedy For Epileptic Fits, Falling Sickness, Convul- sions, St. Vitus' Dance, Etc. Dr. S. A. Richmond Co., M2 W. Van Buren St., CHICAGO. f on ®iFi& e? v - i L Mlti! if I * rved a Pa carte on trains from •:a Memphis, St. Louis* and mteruieuauw? feints.. fRIC urns AND Tim ON iQ AN3 SLEEPING CURS. HE ON1Y LfiSME FROM TE&AS TO THE HTH and fE.&STi" WITH .MING CAR SERVJCE. EW1S, Traveling Pass-r Agent, AUSTIN, TEX. H. C. TOWNSEND, A3S'R AND TICKET AGC.NT, ST. LOtMP. R .MI , ■ , - i Hi' PASSENGER SERYIK IN TEXAS. 4 MPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 PACIFIC>i> CA1 RAILWAY S DOUBLE TO ANjWEfl OVtSTiC.'iS. i'J 3 PULLMAN VEST! 3U SLEEPERS, f )ME R ECLI N I NG CHAIR c ar"£ pja* rtolf (seats fhfe) ALL THROUGH TRAING. on:i J.*>v >...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 February 1904

•b >3S! '-Km, At the Beginning of the New Year you will likely need a new supply of Office Stationery x Examine your stock and if there is anything you need TRY US. We Print Anything and Guarantee Satisfaction. New and Up-to-Date Type, First- Class Stock, Good Workmanship. HOUX.S PRINTERY. 'PHONE No. 19. i Improved Train Service on HILLSBORO BRANCH, AS FOIiliOWSl EAST Lv Hiilsboro 8:20 a, 8.30 p m Ar Corsicana 10 2C a m 10.30 pm west Lv Corsicana 5.30 a m 5.50 p in Ar Hillsboro 7.20 am 7.50 p m *baooocfooaoaaaoooooooooDOOOoctais)300oo MAKING DIRECT CONNECTIONS TO AND FROM Dallas, Texarkana, Memphis, St, Louis, and all Points North and East. Shortest Line Quickest Time HOUSTON, BEAUMONT, NEW ORLEANS. If our Efforts to Please the Public Meet your Approval give us the Encouragement of Your Patronage. T. P. Little, P*ss Agt., A. S. Wagner; T. P. A , Corficana. Waco. D. M. Morgan, T. P. A., Ft. Worth . JOHN F. LEHANE, G. F. & P. A , TYLER, TEXAS. "Down By the Rio Grande." * The An...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 February 1904

Subscription, per year,... $1.00 m ' w«ry Thursdayi by N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the postoffice at Mexla, Tex., aa second class mail matter V tlr*''"' 'A. Mr. Dodge did not succeed in dodging the Texas Rangero. Pour insurance companies have gone up the flue since the Balti- more fire. A saloon man named Home has failed at Bay City. Didn't sell enough horns, did he? It is. said that Hogg is for Bryan for President. Suppose he is? That won't nominate him. The headlines in the big dailies tell us that ''Russia is still mov- ing slowly." Not when the Japs are near. The governor has honored the requisition papers issued by Gov. Odell of New York, and Mr. Dodge will be taken fcaclc north to an werifor his sins. M. FLOATER. In the proper aolumn appears the ^formal" announcement, by Hon. A.M.Kennedy, of Mart, of bin candidacy for tfye legisla- ture. He aspire? to Flotorial Representative from the district composed ot McLennan, Falls and Limestone counties, the plaoe now ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 February 1904

MRjvr "V ) W W*m' • .I „ mSiSm' ><* i-sV:;.' .us SB?® , ■' fa- i ' ■ ' 'mm ;l SK ANNOUNCEMENTS. Rata*—In Advamo*. District Couiiv* . Precinct • •••«• • • • • qt* • • •••••• •••• • «••••• • «•••••• •• ••• 910.00 $6.00 3.00 FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce J. F. Stout, of Oorsicatu , Tenia, as a candi- date for the office of Distriot Judge of the 13th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party of said district, We are authorized to make the following announcement subject to tha action of the democratic rimarles: For State Senator. 12th District— A J HARPER For Representative— F M SELLERS For District Cleric— W. L. CARLEY (re-election) For County Clerk— ALE MILLS For County Attorney— WM (BILL) KENNEDY; V B HAYES (re-election2d term) For Tax Collvctor— J J BURR1S j A WRIGHT C. S. COOKERLY (reelection) JOHN B. GARMICHAEL. J A BOURLAND For Treasurer— J. D. THERRELL. ADRIAN C. odom-(re-election) O S COMPTON For Tax Assessor— J. \V. McKINNEY. TOM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 February 1904

MB - ' : • I-. b,*! I Salt pork is a famous old- uast Friday Genie, the little five yeur old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Beckham, was pain- fully though not seriously burned. Her clothing caught from the fire place, but fortunately Mr. Beck- fashioned remedy for con-! ham was in the room and extin- sumption. "Eat plenty of jSulshe« the flames before there ■ « « • I ivQii ontr CQi'irnu rnouHu Ht5 NV!)8 ipi' pork;" was the advice to the wad se'icu?re9ultft , , painfully burned on the hand in putting out the fi e. 50 and 100 consumptive years ago. Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it. The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most. Scott'sEmulsionisthemod- ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive. Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs. Scott's Emulsion is the most refined of fats, especially prepared for easy digestion. Feeding him fat in this way, which is often the only way, is half the battle, but Scott's Emulsion does more than that. There is s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 February 1904

irsa if**?' : vf ">! 59 W :}>-Y- *S . V V,. Thownmds ]Jm Kidney Trouble and Don't Know it. How To Find Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your Water and let It stand \wenty-four hours; a sediment or set- tling indicates an unhealthy condi- tion of the kid- ney your iniwai .. evidence of kid- ney itouble; tor frequent desire to pass it or pain in the Wok is a ho convincing proof that the kidneys a.id blad- der are out of order. What to Do. There is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain In the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability .0 hold water and scalding pain in passing it. or bad effects following use of liquor, •wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extra- ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 25 February 1904

"v v c 1 RRYo Seeds : :' ' cost more—yield more— " save all experimenting— save disappointments. 48 years the Standard Seeds. Sold by all dealers. 1004 Seed Annual postpaid free, to all applicants. D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mlcli. Toi; Know What-You ark Taking ■Winn vim take Grove's T.istele-s Sfoill 'l'oiiio became the formula i pluiii- Tjr p: inteil on «very bottle showing that, it is simply Iron «nd Quinine in a tastc- • tfces forui. N > Cure, iNo Pay, oUe. THE "KATY" GIRL A h u;tirul pirtur.t in c-olnrs (rt'iinnu'; a<lvf rtisut^) on plate paper. MiUulile for framing- Sent anywhere on receipt of 12 re - tv. vu-. o cciusil, ^ o. p. u t. a. k ^ r. ok 1;\ OUIjI.AS, TEXAS. sro£sie.:^aKsrr.3.<i^uBi3au«ac-a capital STOCK $1,00U,G00. SHARES, PAR \ ALUK, $1. "Koney earns money ■jviickly when in- vested :n ;;oud irining shares." United riming and Smeiting Co. oi Lo.i Angeles, California. ®ffers a Chance of a Life Time at 10 cis a Share. We have nine full claim;, in the hear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 March 1904

• - , ■- w fA See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas jv ,9 t f p%' m ' / } i/ The State Herald. vol. s mexia, texas, thursday, march 3, 1904, NO. 9 FOUND DEAD NEAR TRACK. L. R. Person of Ben Hur Probably Fell From Train. Beaumont., Tex., Feb. 27.—The body of L. R. Person of Ben Hur, Limestone County, was brought to this city this after- noon from Nome, having been found about a mile west of there in a ditch beside the railroad track Friday. There were few bruises about his body and it is evident that he fell from a train. In hia pocket about $7.50 in cash was found. The deceased came here Tuesday night from New Orleans and went to the Gowling Hotel. Person remained at the hotel till Thursday night when Officer Knott Smith went to the train with him and saw him buy a ticttet tc Houston with the under- standing that he was starting for home. Ben D. Person of Prairie Hill, has been notified of his hrothar's death and will probably come for the body at o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 March 1904

w mm I \ nO^TS WA"T£d A SHALL IHVBRTBEHT in a big moon fob awvonk ad (or Medical Blank, that* Diagnosis of Tour Case May l>« Mad*, Vim of Obarg* by Our Medical Director ftiCHMONo^ ^IlEPTlHt A GREAT NERVE CONQUEROR THAT NEVER FAILS lit Only Koova Specific Remedy For Epileptic Fits, Falling Sickness, Convul- sions, St. Vitus' Dance, Etc. Dr. s. A. Richmond Co., 842 W. Van Buren St.. CHICAGO. linieig Cars ON HON Mqunta! Pout a,« served a la ccrtc on trains from "• ""ite u Men>plliis, St. Louis and interiut^MvC points. lECTRiC LIGHTS AND f.lNS ON NING &N9 SLEEPING CARS. THE ONLY LiM£ FROM TEXAS TO THE f TUtTH ana EAST Vt/ITH DINING CAR SERVICE. J. t/. LEWIS, Traveling Pasb'r Agent, AUSTIN, TEX. H, C. TOWMSEND, J ftrN'L PAS'S'R AND TICKET AGE"JT, S3". * nVH* sicrjufcaauw* JEST PASSENGER SERVICE -IN- TEXAS. 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 pacific">^ "EXAS RAiLV/AV TROUBLE TO AN2WER QUtOTIONS. ■SUPI PULLMAN VESTI3'J|.£0 SLEEPERS, some RecliningChaip.Cass (seats frfe) n all through trai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 March 1904

1 * &'n<fKAroft-4k §f v Limited ; £•.• -, |i- -v.•', ' ' ''. * . t is the new train between Kansas City and Chicago. It runs via the new short line, the Chicago,Milwaukee&StPaul [ Railway. Electric-lighted throughout, The Southwest Limited ia a blaze of glory along the new route. Its equipment includes compartment and s'.an- d;;rd sleepers, observation-library car. dining car and coaches. It arrives in the Heart of Chicago in tune to conncct with all eastern trains. If you are going East, it is worth your while to write for descriptive booklet, M. F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, 343 Main St., Dallas. Q. L. COBB, Southwestern Pass. Agent. 907 Main St., Kansas City. I STANDS FOR Swift and Conven- & ient Schedules ® High Grade Mod= * ern Equipment ® c Courteous Treat= ment Perfect Dining and Cafe Car Service. And Everything Necessary to Insure a o Safe,? Speedy, Comfortable Trip. y %, I I For rates, schedules or any information ASK ANY COTTON BELT MAN. OK ADDRESS T. P. Littl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 3 March 1904

s y . '^•'"V- -£'.' w<H/'-'" -w-y.r '.-jV' • ■■-'' ' ^ v ''■' -rj ; <" I**** >4 State Herald. Published *very Thursday J to* H. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription, per year,... 91.00 r.' I \ Entered at the post office at Mezia, Tex., as aeoond class mail matter A $5,000,000 fire in Rochester, N. Y. yesterday. Things were a little quiet in war circles today, so far as re- ports in the papers are concerned. It is about settled that Gen. Dick will suoceed Mr. Hanna iu the United States senate. The Japs and Russians are get ting nearer together each day, and a big land fight is within the possibilities of the near future. There is a local option contest on down in Burnet county and Cyclone Davis is shelling the woods in the interest of the pres. An aged minister died in a Bal timore poor house. He was said to be 102 years old and the oldest expounder of Methodism in the world. It is reported that Japan has blockaded Vladivostok and re- pulsed the Russian cavalry at- t...

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