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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 October 1904

& HZ '; W- if m I 'I / * v ST. LOUIS' . . . OFFERS . . . CHOICE OF ROUTES q ELEGANT TRAINS. Electric Fans and Berth Lights. Observation Dining Cars. McALS A LA CARTE. Low Rates . . .TO THE . . . Summer Resorts, Allowing Si -dp-over at St. Louis f u For Pull Information, address © W. A. TULEY, 3 Qon'l Passenger Agent, FT. vVoHTII, TEX ttvd swarthy British officers Who are guarding these presents. are the biggest men I have seen at the Exposition. The Patagoniau giants are small beside them. I asked one of them what the jubi- lee presents were Valued at, He said that no one had undertaken to estimate their value and that they v ere nut insured. I alscf learned that the presents shown are only a tenth part of what the Queen received, and that their value hiwl been estimated by Americad silversmiths at, fiye mil- lion dollars. John's step was elastic and his face lighted up with pleasant ex- pectancy as we climbtd the iliil t.o the Japanese pavilions and pagodas. John swears by the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 13 October 1904

days ago and wat on the floor below. Mf«nwn who took pains ( hey Attempt a Descrip- tion of the Cascades and Night Illumina- tion But Words Fall Them. 5mL„ people know they were front York sat down irar by. One sShon inciuired of an attendant: ""SSTbo in the little man with the _ hair?" '"That is Mr. Spoon- . Wisconsin, ma'am." "I might known he was from the We«t HBmewbere by t'he way his clothes &&3ianC' said the self-satisfied per- -*r.% frtxn Ma^lrattan.' Mrs. gpoon- -■'•s ,jtom' vvilh a determined air and ^«y*eeded to 'tihe marble room, she summoned her hus- ■ -j.-ujI After telling him what she J heard in the gallery she said. "'■wow, John, I've always advised "*v}"; tigainrt having your clothes in New York. You just bet- ■Tt-K strv a Madison tailor for or.jc." r fflOdo,t Liko Cherries Himself. '\b odd story of hw-rHon was 'irJ a flit mother day by a I a uibridge ■"jXbl '"A New York woman," he '".called on Emerson otto rBflraiiTig. The philosopher was xr;,>.dinp in hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 October 1904

See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texa* Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 20, 1904. mtmbim (i i" vm f l VOL. 5 Mexia, Texas. The goods here offered are as great Bargains as Cash can buy. 25 yds. Standard Dress Calico tor $1. You will appreciate our prices snore and more if you try to match them elsewhere. To see our fine assort- ment of Tan Wearables? We would like you to get better acquainted with our etock. We are seeking the trade of those who wish to make their money go the farthest. Every department in our store is complete. Hucn care was given to the selection of our stock and the fact that they were bought from Head- quarters and in such large quantities enable us to sell at lower prices than any concern in this part of the State. By knowing we buy right we can name the selling price with confidence. Wagner SRimassa flexia, Texas. Every item on this p:*ge offers testimony of our superior ...buying facilities... HOW IS THIS? 30 yds. 25 in C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 October 1904

im iffe IILD'S Fill, st.louis: Wm ,OFFERS. CHOICE OF ROOTES * ELEGANT TRAINS. Sectrtc Fans and Berth Lights. Observation Dining Cars. a. _ALS A LA CARTE. How Sates ... TO mr . .. Summer Iesgsi ■•S 1 Si-jp-Ovcr at St. Louis ] For Full Information, address €'s W. A. TULEY, '■£ 7rt?n'l Passenger Agont, FT. "A ^TITII, TEX Route 19 — I i' «f v«d a la carte on trains from Memphis, St. Louis and tntermtw.av? nointu. ftKTRIC UGBiS AND FANS ON WSm AND SLEEPS CAES. Tif£ ©WO' LINE from TEXAS I TO THE End EAST i J iir'ITH | 81NING CAP* SERVICE. L C* V. 8 • AUST' fS C. TOWUSEND, LOUIS. STATE HKRALD. t'liLMshed every Thursday by W. P, HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. ^ubBcription, per year .... J1.00 flntered at tie postofflce at. Moxlu, Tex., as second class mail matter Hello, Lewis! Glad to see back. von King Gui rge of Saxony is dead md his eldo-t son'now reigns?. Mrs. Carrie Nation is in San Antonio. She calls t.lmt place the levil's own home. Of course she :s expected to ra'su the devil while th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 October 1904

18 ®F'®ENLM0, i ;A* j fe ... * 8^ £: o Se- DR.TICHENOR'S Antiseptic. ?•' WOUN05'SyRK5-!MJyniW,N KzriEisai: <$ u '£ •"/ kou arc liable to catch cold out here, or fall „ and pet hurt Fcr !0e$ «, COLDS 2nd SORE THROAT, use bR&ft-CHO-DA i„- «r 2Scs a bottle lor bounds, lirulses. Sprains, Burns, Scalds find Injuries, nso TAC!1^N0R'S ANTISEPTIC lOo SOc $I.OO a bottle SSERRSUSE MEHICln'E C0.,Mfrs. and Props. nr-7/ 07LKAMS, LA. ^KSESESS: nsLmesssi J «# i w I Are You Hungry for Something Good to at? I have it, and can supply vour weuts, at Pi ices that suit. - My stock or Staple and Fancy Groceries is always complete. Come and see me when you are in town, and if you need anything in the Grocery line, eret my prices before you buy, Bring your produce alone, t will pav the highest market price for it, G. MEJENJE. The World's Fair Way! * *®8®o®«Mo«tt4 3S3 $©©®«®®®«3s*a®®e#©®e «a®®®®®®o*a®®e® • BoaoDDoacBooflBoaafiocoaaen'aonooofiftSOD c o 'oDBOOOBDDBBOBOaCBOBBB 0 O C 0 © & BB BOCfCBO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 October 1904

Proprietor per year,.... .... $1.00 at the postofflce at Mezla, u second class mail matter JOHNSTON'S LONELY GRAVE WW en In Texas history. * Thin writer knows the spot well haying fired salutes ovBr the great general's grave several times. We trust that the Iowa paper will ooi rect the error of its inter- view with Mr. Cayen, for thai, gentleman either does not know anything about the matter or was just talking through hi* hat. "It. is a lonely little grave in a lonely Texas cemetery a few miles out of Austin, ''(.aid J E Caven at the Vendoma, "and single modest tulip us the only decoration upon the mou> d And at it.s head is a plain mrt'bie CO-* with a modest, legend wliioh the average passerby overlooks. " An i yet. under that little mound lies the remains of one of tlip greatest military generals ever p;oduced by America. It is the grave of tiie great Confederate ge'>e>al, Aibert Sidney John-ten. Roricrt E Lee, Albert Sidney Johnston and Thomas (St'iue- vai ) Jackson wei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 October 1904

faiWHwm an* personal for tbe TKflceh. ?> ■ Fr <m all acocunts tlieexoursio tir- train from Dallas last night was a ••lively affair/ ODewho was aboard i ■ said one young man whs killed, several lights wore indulged in and two young men who had been indulairg too freely in "per- goi^l liberty" pot sick aud threw up in the laps of some 'adies who had the misfortune to be sittin near. S,toroy wants turkeys. How do you like Ilia norther? Sure enough onr, isn't i ? Storey will buy ^ our cow hides D-. Jerry Wyckoff is strictly up to the times, and has added to his soda fountain the latest worlds fair JYd, lie ves a sou vetn'r ring with each drink. Ask him about it. Bagging and tics ,to sell at J. Beckham's Mrs. M E Roberts, after v. visit of several days in our city, has returned to Ilillsboro. Storey wants your eggs and chickens Capt. C- L. Watson and ,1. Dosenberg went over to Fairfield to int-peoc the work on tbe road, arid found everything moving along nicely. A good road is bein...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 October 1904

and crooked bones mean Call the disease ets if you want to. The growing child must eat the right food for growth. Bones must have bone food, blood must have blood food and so on through the list. Scott's Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children. Littledoses every day give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have. Bow legs become straighter, loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft heads. Wrong food caused the trouble. Right food will cure it. In thousands of cases Scott's Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhood. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and li.oo; all druggists. P. S. Park has returned a visit in Galveston. from necessary to eifcbeV provWfc some place On the train where ladies can he out of the way of drunltcn brutes or else put on a oattle oar for the paid drunks to ride in. If some relief i$ uot afforded it will yet so after a while that ladi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 October 1904

null, mi ,—, X? , ■ y... -.-, -" V>V-'' ; K. t'..r ■ ■•••■;.' /.•. 1 , yfyp V 'l* DeWItt It the name to look for when you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve li the orielnal and only genuine. In fact Dewitt'slsthe only Witch Wazel Salve that I* made from the unadulterated Witch-Hazel AH others are counterfeits—base Imi- tations, cheap and worthless— even dangerous. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve is a specific for Pites; Blind, Bleeding Itching and Protruding Piles. Also Cuts Burns, Bruises, Sprains. Lacerations, Contusions, Boils, Carbuncles, Eczema, Tetter. Salt Rheum, and all other Skin Diseases SALVE m PKKFAKF.D BY . C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago l< or sale oy MixiaDiuy Co Democratic Campaign is Warming Up in the East and West. w mg several speaking engage-* ments. Despite the arduous work yes-« terday, Mr. Davis and Messrs. Wnyte, Daniel and Hill Bhow no ill effects of their travel and talk, There is but^ n-iles to cover to- day with half hour meetings at Fa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 20 October 1904

jfcwMSjw -.,, V ' fji | ' I 8 M 1 $7 v Kfrj' • OCTOBER 20.1(21. 22 Read over circular closely AND 25, anc* sure t0 on hand. *esm iOo t-iza Snices, Cloves and Ginger Fancy Groceries. 50 o'*j 50c K. C. Baking Powder.. 25 oz 25c K. C. Baking Powder 10 ok K. C. Baking Powder 25e c "i J-r 1c Fk st Baking Powder ?5<; *iz. i a i r's, mII ll ivor-i ■J) 1 i.f ■ ■■.<■<* Extracts, all fluv. ir o si/. ■ 'l (1,-itfup ■iao fizo ]..'< d.-'iii & Hraun Catsup, i'dv ColbtiMi Musiard Soices 25'.' Poteum Cerial, 10c package Eddys Corn Stanch. . 'i-Jc package Eciippo Starch rJo package Celluloid Starch 5e above brands Starch ?3c Dunham Shreded Cocoanut . . ""•'o Dunham Shred<-d Cocoauut .. 5«o Arm & Hammer Soda '*• Ar'.n & Hammer Soda ]Oo size Axle Grea«e .2fh-j s:ze Axle Grease 50c size Cottaline "A hole or ground Black Pepper B-?r round - *Vhole or ground Red Pepper per Oat MeaS, Etc. t0-.? sis,j Scotch Oats 05c " Malta Vita, Boston Brown Flakes, Shreded Wheat 05c . iJy- Ban...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 October 1904

■ v; v.- 'v.. ^ .■' ' v'^W'.' a-••: •• *■?' %« ••«« "'V- * 8W9BR m. ■ mt See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas mm rfl. ff- H <• ""jWffltf; >^'1 r' *0 ■ . Tf i jC State Hbpald ' i: VOL. 5 JJ • • • •. rt c—fcauii Jn.MiiEMWL>aw,'r $n rwivi*'vr.-T^-jex''snva3Bza-*mm /VIEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER -27^04 P wj"-• ,'*.i .*• f; :.zt>■ ■BriuvraBWt* .<m- nww Your Money carefully spent is a source of great pica ure.--£ead every word of this advertisement. It's good news at beginning of need time. OVEycOATS? Well, yes, wo got 'em. Cotrifi to see tin m- Tney tell their own story; up 11 date, low in price. New Fall outintr <)"ly 5u vi. Bed Com- foiti only 62c. Unbleached Canton fctannelSc yard. Full Standard Calico 4c Not trash bisi. sjood. Bttft;■ v4- . ."-■%''H.W-'^1 We Buy Right Wagner & Rimsssa ■ Mexia, Texas. Such Satisfaction. NO 43 That's what we hear by the crowd? that have visited our store. None disappointed at offerings we have ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 October 1904

mmm m ■ .•v; obld's Fair, st.louis: WjygMjr . ornm... CHOICE OF ROUTES EVIBOANT TRAINS. . Boctrlc Fans and Berth Lights. Observation Dining Cars. KJUB A LA CARTE. State Herald. t'uUMaUed e*ery Thursday« bj M. P. HOUX, Editor and Pryprietor. SabacrtpUon, per year,. • • «r • • • a 11.00 ■•land at tka poatofflca at Mazla. Tax., as aaooad clsas mail matter Low Rates ...TO TH*. .. Summer Resorts, AL&OMttNa SI OP-OVER AT ST. LOUIS. J for Pull Information, addms W. A. TULEY, <9 Jen'l Passanifer Agent, FT. "WORTH, TEX That Cadsraoce recently in* vented by a Corsicana man that will convert any vcbiole into an automobile, ought to be a ready seller, provided of oourse that, it is within the reach of common people. Vice President Corral, of Mexi- co 19 beirg entertained in Sen Francisco, and an old soldier boy pupil of. ye editor. Lieutenant Hannigan, of trie 13ch U. S. in- fantry, has l>e9n designated by Gen. McArthur as his special aid during his stay in brisco. Cars Hting yUTE (i*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 October 1904

i ■ i CHILDREN'S FRIEND MOTHER'S JOY BRON-CHO-DA For Tbroat Lungs -—CURES—— Cioghs, Colds, Sore llroat and Hoarseness Absolutely fr « from OpUtm, Narcotics. «r othor in'uriout tubstaneM. EXPECTORANT ANTISEPTIC LAXATIVE PLEASANT, HARMLESS, RELIABLE By Druggists and Dealers 25c. Per Bottl* SHERROUSE MEDICINE CO. New Orluns, L«. Are You Hungry for Something Good to Eat? I have it, and can supply your weuts, at Prices that suit. - ------ My stock or Staple and Fancy Groceries is always complete. Come and dan n.A mUnn linn n-.x in fAnrn oml if tfAU YlOttfl 11 n VrtVll n ir in fllA (4rfH'PrV line, get my see me when you are in town, and if you need anything in the Grocery ay prices before you buy. Bring your produce along, I will pav the highest market price for it. G. PL. BEE NE. aa oaacic(ocaoc(ooaoaoe!sooa!ri3t(««aa oo2 ' l " A a 0 o a a a a 8 a a « a a a o o o o o a o s o The World's Fair Way! Fast Through Trains D O o 0 0 a D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Convenient Schedules o o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 October 1904

••••••• ounty J, which are delinquent for Taxafe for 1903, return Co Hoc or, and ap0roved by the Commissioners Court —-IfRR NAME OF OWNER Alsop 8 B.. Anderson G H !■ Andrews G R Archer N S / Archibald A D Badsrett D J. .. Baker W L ...:.'. Baldwin W L ..:..... Bttsby Will Bell J W ...^ Berry L R Blftchmon A M. * Blackwell L M /.. Blmtt Amy Bonner iKe Bratton <'© *BrooVs J D B/ooks J H U . Brooks G a Bntler A... Bvers D P Carroll J TV Carpenter B L Carpenter W F Cowart Laura Mrs Coi \V Ishum Davis R P Dnrre'fi F R . "Evans Button Echols Bud Ellis Saiu Ethridtie L L. *i. a Ez-n A T :::::::: Farrer JI-I t Favors CO F^-ruttson En son Fi z.;ei'-. !'i .1 K P. " Edwa'd. Foster Eli '• Eil Freeman J G Fr.",- <' i it Gant A. M (j nt.ry li L Gordan Sandy Gray l W f? raves W M Hall Sip llarnuiond Jim Hammond Mrs S E Harper1 Walter " Price Hawkins T E .. PSr it it " J) A Hodges W .T Harlaud JT Holly Preston Holiday D W Hudson Ti S " T S Mrs.. Humphries .T W . Hunt P H Ivey H L Jackson Nell...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 October 1904

I II tbe UCleeh. 0<V\AA/VW r.;'Storey wants turkeys. r,!v, Th^'stove men ore having an nittg these oool (Jays . btotey will buy your cow hides. [p.v 11. T. Bell, lifter a few , uaye visit to relatives here, has * returned to Coolidge. SEpjgjj Bagging and ties to sell at J. ff| Beckham's. 6. E. Storey and wife are iri -'* San Antonio taking in the fair. Storey wants your eggs and ! chickens- There id a butter famine in town. Some one should bring in «t few pounds. Storey will buy your old liens and roosters. Mas. G. T. Ilirris. after a „ visit to her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. C. Marshall, has returned ' to her home] in Dallas. Highest market price paid for eggs and chickens at Storey's The room adjoining: Harrison's nickle store is beipg fitted up for a barber shop and will be occu- pied by Mr. Crane, who recently bought out John Vawghan. Wanted The Continental Bank db Trust Company of Dallas have opened a branch house ac this place. The firm of B. H. Marks & Co. wholesale gr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 October 1904

<:■ ■ .. v * man who ii^human- flesh. There are many Shylocks now, the convales- cent, the c i—Hrtptive, the sickly child, ilfcfc young woman, all want humlfa flesh and they can get it—take Scott's Emulsion. Scott's Emulsion is flesh and blood, bone and muscle; It feeds the nerves* Strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole body. For nearly thirty years Scott's Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh. We will send you a couple of ounces free. SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists. 400-4IB Pearl Street. New York, joe. and <1.00; all druggida. not onlyoo They Always Make Friends. •'Since using one box of Cheatham's Laxative Tablets we have been friends. They cured me promptly and thurourh- )y of a bad case of chills, Any one needing a remedy for malarial troubles will certainly find them satisfactory. They are convenient to carry and pleasant to take." John Everhardt, Harwood, Tex. 25c per box The weather fligs have arrived and will be put ut> at the Kemp corner....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 October 1904

M p.*'. ■ /'•. mi S \ h'1 ' .jtem ■h of the StomacK. f many yetra It has been supposed that afrh of the Stomach caused indigestion I dyspepsia, but the truth is exactly the te. Indigestion causes catarrh. Re- 1 attacks of Indigestion inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach, thus caus- ing the glands to secrete mucin instead of •' of natural digestion. This It rh of the Stomach. BytPMiaGara relieve* all inflammation of the.mucous membranes lining the stomach, protects the nerves, and cures bad breath, sour risings, % sense of fullness after eating, indigestion, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. Make «m stonarn smu, Bottlasonlr. R«|uUr slia, SI 00, holding 2Vt tlmo lh« trial «ti*. which Mils for SO cents Prepared by E. O. DeWITT * OO., Ohlca«e, IN. For sale' by Mtzia Drug Co appliance* ever brought Uv gather. There are a number of bath rootus provided with every equip, ment that modern ingenuity and sanitary scienco can provide, ranging...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 27 October 1904

Place the ou STORPS Cheeves Bros. & Co. «. £ Gplneeville , ;;.i ryler ...... Kilyen .M.i'rlin T('Ui|t1e- Cntft'cron. Calvert. Gorsicana Mexia THEIR !| Buying facilities exoel all retail v stores in Texas. BUY MORE forTESI \V.aX:i|#B<'U«$."s' HI • '• . ' " t ciriitant oiferin^ of seasonable1 merchandise at the lowest prices at which any one offers goods of equal quality are the means we use to gain and keep customers- Our announcement®, bring prompt re- sponse because the public is learning by experience that what we promise we perform. Day in, day out we offer such matchless,bargains that thousands have learned, and others are daily learning that £bcrc is no placc Itke Gbeeves Bros. & Co. for values. Towels. t !• i-i-1-h Hath T>. w:le, worth 60o r, i ; p :r 4" i. A '>. i■ i Turkish 13atli Tjwels, win ; h 4-.V a pair at 25c. A big liiib of.Lmen and Hack Tow- els at prices that ft'il! suit. thing that se!I- for 50 ct9, speci.il at 25 cents Overalls. Hamilton Carhart l...

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

Hi See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas ' The State Herald. / ) ft V m VOL. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3.1904. No 44 i! ENGLAND MAKES READY FOR BALTIC SQUADRON Great Naval Battle flay Occur Off Rock of Gibralter. Baltic Squadron Sails from Vigo for Hediterranean and Simultaneously There Are Warlike Prepara- tions By Britain's Garrison and Navy at Gi- Jbralter—-Ships are Cleared for Action London, Nov. 1.—A dispatch from Vigo, riiws agency here says the Russian fleet sailed at 9 this morning. Spain to a o'clock PARKER WILL BE_ ELECTED. Congressman Shepherd Is Back From Campaign Speaking lour. A Is BIG SLUSH FUND. Vigo, Spain, Nov. 1.—All the Russian warships here at 8 o'clock this morning. The Russian squadron followed by the Spanish cruiser Extremadura. left was Vigo, Spain, Nov. 1.—Heavy firing was heard in •offing this morning. It is attributed to artillery practice. the Preparations at Gibralter. Gibralter, Nov. i.---The garrison has been...

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

wmm MMBAlVk •wo healing ^ cvbe ob fiHTARRH ajfs Cream Balm '?.•% and pleasant to Contain# uo In- (Htkms drug, lis quickly absorbed. «hfea ltelief t i once. Uirt ClOAJlSM I. | | a A f% COLD 'M H LAD ■qyy■ and 1'r itecte the Membrane. Restores tht of Taste and SmelU Large Sizp, 60 cents at cits or y mull; TrHl Size, 10 cents by maii. Wjf BKOTJiKKS.M Warren Street. New lork. Queen & Crescent route .MT MSSEW6ER SERVISE SN TEXAS. IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 & TEXAS -.WAY pacific; Bibic wonders. The learned Prince of Oranada heir to the Spanish th.one, im- prisoned by order of the Crown for fear he should aspire to the throne, was kept in solitary con* .flneaient in the old prison at the palaoe of Skulls, Madrid. After thirty-three years in this living tomb death oame to his release, and the following remarkable re- searches, taken from the Bible and marked with an old nail on the rough walls of his cell, told how the brain sought employ- ment through the weary years: In the Bible the wo...

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