ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: State Herald, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,233 items from State Herald, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,233 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 March 1905

See J. Sandford Smith tot Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mevia, Texas Herald. vol. 6 mexia, texas, thursday march, 16 1905. M*i * *1* * Your Request for Samples shall re- ceive our prompt at- tention. They will be mailed same day as received. ) Wagner & Rimassa M^XIA, TEXAS. H •• It certainly will pay We ask for your r~" trade on the merits you well to read this o_ of our merchandise UUl ^ and the lowness of c=* oo our prices. We Prepay Express on all Mail Orders except Staples and Heavy Goods, if such orders are $5.00 or over. HBiBiC3lil!iB3iaiiP3iiEjCaiaiiBai!li!rmi!l!3i3!3igl!C!liai3ilB3iili; Each sea3on has its own style W<; keep abreast thrt times, Onr Trimmer has just retr.rued from the market and the newest cre- ations can be found here. A great deal is said in this day about low prices. Price is one thing but it must be coupled with value. The price is nothing unless tha value is there. Then to get both it takes in buying goods--peop!e who are acquainted with values...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 March 1905

7$ - r< { #• V, •• v :. . • r r* ' i i I ® ;i Ipp- ttfc, v xv'u"he cough I/.'.IO (UU;<!fE THE LUNGS >,sh -Star. King'? M«w Discovery «-—. MPT! ON Price FOH f OlGKSand SOc&SI.OO 1 ISOLDS Freo Trial. •if jB Su-rest and Uuickest Cure for all i "THROAT and LUNG- TROUB- I XJHS; cr MONEY BACK. FT r ;jrT" "-ALlVTg3W2rar jffiST MSSENGER SERVICE IN TEXAS. 4. IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4- •% tixas .•jO THOUBir TO ANSWER CUt37!0N3. iU'PERB "ULLMAN VESTI C'J SLEEPERS, '-hi3somi Reclining chair caiv, (6EATS FPFE) jn all through trains. PACIFIC: 7:yii1Si LINE WITH fa3t morninfif anci i^v^ning: trains to St. Louis and tilv* jtidijG. c:.;„r LINE WITH Pullman Sloepei «.rd "njgfli-back Scarrjtt seat Coaohot; •vlucusrh (without cbaukre) to iw; Orleans, daily. .,,T. Y LINE WITH handsor-e ne-wChr,': '"'sirs through (without cuamro) diu;„ 'iieSt. Louis, Memphis an<? *i-Paso. fiT.V LINE WITH a saving- o. J 2 hour? i.j California. ..v-tiriet Sleeping- Cars, weekly, tbrougl '"•*ithout channel to San...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 March 1905

-wnrrwirf"—"' MNU Mud Wives Be 8eif-Supp RESOLUTIONS OF flESPECT American women are cam Adopted by W. H. Adams Chapter, U. D. C., in flemory of fliss Ida Leberman. WILL BE ON SALE DAILY VIA V southern Pacific ■unmet koutk March 1 to May 15, 1905 [Inc. PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPERS fr~m Washington, Cin- cinnati, Chicago, St. Louts, Atlanta, and EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK FROM NEW ORLEANS. Writ6 for Pamphlet, Giving Full Information. T. J. Anderson General^PassengcrJ Agent HOUSTON,TEXAS. I « * * * V V W* 4 * -r% v • «<- ir# Jos. Hellen Asst. Gen 1 Pass. Ag * Summer Homes Mountain and Seashore Resorts on the line of CHESPEA KE ana OHIO RAIL VM V 1 VTy cheap]^ratiis inj'effect .Jane 1st. Enquirc];of your loca Agent or write NO. D. HOITS, A. a. P. A, E. B. POPE, W. P. A. ) i : i i . > i i 11 l -5; I , S . L vi -MHHHBan ' '■>W5aKSt23UsSeSS32 Mrs. Pengilly went up to Wor- tham Sunday. OASTOniA. Ben™ the _ sf Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of Herman Nussbaumof Coolidge spent Sunday he...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 March 1905

State Herald. ■v- ; ■ J' | . I I I ill Vj H rtrf KAMI w«7 Thursday N. P. HQUX. Editor and Proprietor. Btibwcr'/vtloii, per year 1.«0 Entered at the postofflce at Mula, Tex., as second class mail matter While they were at it. That proves that you can sell any old thing. And the house put the anti-free pa«B bill to sleep by postponing action on it until it will be too late to pass the measure. Well, the th:ng that was sent to the house from the senate deserved just what it got. THE COUNTRY EDITOR. The worm will turn. Some- times it takes the worm a long time to make up its mind to do it, but sooner or later it does. Every man who has served time as edi- tor of a country newspaper has experienced the trouble referred to in this little anecdote, but not all of them have had courage to resent it. Let thero be a society function in the little city and the local edi- tor present, someone will ap- proach him with a smile and say: "Well, getting some news to put in your paper?" Of course the...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 March 1905

f-;\ .>i. Sg'S. ■ i Dr. J. L. Metealf DENllST. 1ST Office —Front Rooms in Knights of Pvthias Hall. Phone No. 110. MEXIA, TEXAS local anfc ipcrso n al | jfor tbc HXIleeU. f *iWWV*AA* Mr. and Mrg. B. J. Hancock, who lately moved back to their home at Island, desire through the columns of this paper to ex- tend their heartfelt thanks to the good peop'e of Mexia and vicinity xvhi were so kind to them during the long illness of themselves and their children. They will not forget the many acts of kindness and assistance received while they lived in our city. K. L. Anderson the "S'nger" man will sell you a marline on long time easy terms '-r cheap for cash. (i. H. Fields has returned to Hillaboro after spending Sunday here with his wife. Pittman sells China and Glass w ire of all Styles and Prices, it must go. The Mexia water works plant was sold Tuesday at Groesbeck at auoHon, and same was bid in by Mr \V. L. Murphy for $(>000 cash and the assumption of the indebt- edness to the cit...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 March 1905

I |BpH. B" Dr. Miles* Agfep® Pills are a most remarkable remedy for the relief of periodic pains, backache, nervous or sick head- ache, or any of the distress- ing aches and pains that cause women so much suffering. As pain is weakening, and leaves the system _ in an ex- hausted condition, it is wrong to suffer a moment longer than necessary, and you should take the Anti'-Pain Pills on first in- dication of an attack. If taken as directed you may have entire confidence in their effectiveness, as well as in the fact that they will leave 110 dis- agreeable after-effects. They contain no morphine, opium, chloral, cocaine or other dangerous drugs. "For a lone time I have suffered greatly vvltli spells of backache, that poem almost more than I can endure. Those attacks come on every month, r.nd last two or three days. I have never been able to get anything that ■would give me much relief until I bc- began the use of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Fils, and they always relieve me in a fhort time. M...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 March 1905

ikhij § & THE T. ANDJ. V, R. R. Road is to Be Extended to Beaumont, Says Baker. THE HOUSTON LINE FIRST As the Management Is An- xious to Get Into the Larger City as foon as Pos- sible, Beaumont, Texas, March 11.— Piesident R. H. Baker of the Trinity and Brazos Valley rail- road made the positive statement that the road is to be built to Beaumont and that as socn as the preliminary survey is com- pleted an application will be made for a franchise, as it is in- tended to build a first-class road, and good terminals are desired. The road is now in successful operation from Cleburne to Alexia, a distance of eighty-four miles. It is understood that the road will also tie extended from Cleburne to Dallas in a short tine. It is practically an air line from Dallas to Houston, and it is be- ieved that the road will be buih from Mex'a to a point at or near Madisonville, from which one line 13 to be run to Houston and another Lo Beaumont. Three surveying parties arc' now in the field, Mr. ...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 16 March 1905

—phi Pip % '■•' £%$> WB(h-* ' ' 'ii'■'■ ££fmr7& *• ••\ TIm Mm «f FamlllM. ' Whether families are large or small- depends generally on the pQint of view from which chil- dren are regarded. If every child means another pair of hands to work, the more children there are the more wage-earner there will be to contribute to the family support. But if every addition to the family is regarded as only an- other mouths to feed, the pres- sure of expenditure against in- come will tend to restrict the fam- ily's size. It is primarily a matter of the standard of living. The higher (he social and educational re- quirements of the parents the longer is postponed the age at which the child becomes a contri- butor instead of an expense to the household treasury. In many American families the child never contributes anything. He goes through life without making any financial return to his parents. The reason for the diminishing size of American families is found in the attitude of parents to t...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 March 1905

< R to d- I See J. Sandford Smith tor •inni" The IETS VOL. 6 w LADY BOUGHT BAD TICKET 1 — i It Was a Clumsy Piece Ticket-Scalping Forgery. From Houston ('hroniclo. A badiy mutilated railway tick- '< i et that shows come of the inside BLUiUil tKLLS. IN DISKASK IN HEALTH, y ®§®0 Mail is a niilliuiiaire many times over in the possession of blood cells. Woman is not quite so rich, for scientists have proven that the normal numbet of red blood cells in adult men is five million; in women four I and a half million, to the square millimeter. I _TJu- UfijyfaJ ^ejljs not aliMjllllflv.ron.irl Lines oiu oortgs He 1. When she was Cmiswio Vander- bilt the Dutchess of M;:rll had a sweet voice— it !n;irJ;a)i!e_ f«jr its timbre, but pleasing—and / , used to shock Cut wui.-icul instnn/ a little by displaying a drcidctjJpK- i.mg for t'he quaint nielouir- uA ra. • Id plantation darkies. N >\v. t veil as a stately and digni!'.--d duc'icss she loves to sing these • ! ! ballade and the more mode...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 March 1905

micW}: ■ *'<'■ -v./;:. --• •-/■•V' i : wi mm TAKE THE . & T. C. H R. The Short and Qlck Lino Jtloteewn and South Texas. ¥ \ m m * ' I ■&V ■. ft1'. IWllfff ■ " r'tmryvwmr**. -m-vtrK'Tne'Tt *>r, ue-urmrm, mi PASSENGER SIMM IN TEXAS. X IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 TEXAS PACIFIC RAILWAYEKi: .JO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. ■SUPERB PULLMAN VESTIBULE" SLEEPERS, I « W S O M E R E C LINI N G C H AIR C A f l 3 (seats kpfe) OW ALL THROUGH TRAINS. • o!ti7 LINE WITH fast moraine and evening: trains to St. Louis and tat K'ist. i:'A' LINE WITH! Pullman Bieopm. .;. ;1 hiffh-back Soarri(tt seat Ooachog thronern (without change) to Mow *.H'"oans, da'lv. , .T 'jTNji 'WITH hanclsor„o newClv>.'r : throuuh (without e-jr.rarc) 0-" <.. 'is. Louis, Memphis anu <£.£uaU. s : iy LINE WITH a saving- o. j 2 hours :o California. ;"urlbt Sleeping Curs, weekly, throus?! ■ "itaout change) to San Francisco. DINING CARS Y BETWEEN TEXAS AND ST. LOUIS ON BOTH OF OUR INCOM- PARABLE TRAINS, SAL!9' — AN!) m...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 March 1905

''wp.'' W-'; V« ytf ' El? X.|H Low Rates • ' TO CALIFORNIA! LADY BOUGHT BAD TICKET LOW COLONIST TICKETS mm* ■ •' r m i •i «WILL BE ON SALE DAILY VIA= SOUTHERN PACIFIC SUNCiET KOUT1 March 1 to May 15, (905 [lnc.| It Was a Clumsy Piece of Ticket-Scalping 11 Forgery. ^ Prom Houston Chronicle. A badiy mutilatad railway tick- et that shows some of the inside workings of the ticket scalper has come to light, aid along with it the lady wtio paid $10 lor ic Z j and then had to pav her fire be- sides. The ticket is now in tine hand blOUU IN HEALTH. CELLS. IN DISKA8B ec^®o|® I PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPERS fr-m Washington. Cin- cinnati, Chicago, St. Louis, Atlanta, and EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK FROM NEW ORLEANS. Man is a millionaire many times over in the possession of blood cells. Woman is not quite so rich, for scientists have proven that the normal number of red blood cells in adult men is five million; in women four and a half million, to the square millimeter. The normal cell is not absolutely ro...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 March 1905

■ ; v.. ... . ... |C WfiT! lTE Herald. r i I UfV<9 wery Thursday fcT M. P. HQUX. Editor and Proprietor. Sabl crii>ttan, per year $1.00 Entered at the postoffice at Mexia, Tex., as second class mall matter They have recalled Kuropat- kin, but he is still a long way from home with the Japs hot on his trail. The mothers' congress has ad- journed without electing Roose- velt to a single office.—Houston Post. Why, Teddy ain't nobody's ma. An exchunge says: In matters of art it is said that Mr. Rocke- feller is partial to oil paintings, while Dr. Swallow prefers water colors. put a stop to the jealousies among the officers. Sure, they will be afraid to envy one of the 'fofkV"family. The Travis county grand jury has found indictments agaiast three of the witnesses in the case against Warren Moore. They are Ex-State Treasurer W. B. Wortham, Joe Eagle and Frank Glover, and the charge is con* spiracy to bribe. The powers at Washington have hit upon a new plan to take careofpets. Men who...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 March 1905

i ! ~\ IV I * lis er ty is a nt ry Bt Dr. J. L. Metcall DENIIST. IirOffice —Front Rooms in Knights of Pythias Hall. Phone No. 110, MEXIA. TEXAS Xoca I crfc f ctcctal for tbc Wleefc. I pay highest cash price for poultry, eggs, butter, beeswax, dry hides, etcr J R. Goodrich, Mexia, just west of city hall. Mrs. H. C. Lane ia visiting relatives in Oklahoma for a few weeks. New Brooches and Bracelets of the latest styles—all prices a Pittman's. Master Elmer Denning is vis- iting in Corsicana. Bring your hens to W. R Storey and get S3 50 per dozen for them. S.J. Bennett, the genial con- ductor of the T. & B, V. freight, who has been laying off for sev- eral days looking after his farm at Prairie Grove, has returned to work. Have bought stock gro- ceries at a bargain. Will sell cheap. Clark & Stevens Miss May Dunham of Austin who has been here visiting Mrs. Kate Wason, has gone to Thorn- ton to visit for a few days. We eell no razors, but our bar- gains are sharp and will shave. Se...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 March 1905

mm PV.- • te.v'«' i' our Life Current. The power that gives you life and motion is the nerve force, or nerve fluid', located in the nerve cells of the brain, and sent out through the nerves to the various organs. If you are tired, nervous, irritable, cannot sleep; have headache, feel stuffy, dull and melancholy, or have neuralgia, rheumatism, backache, peri- odical pains, indigestion, dys- pepsia, stoma :h trouble, or the kidneys and liver are inactive, your life-current is weak. Power-producing fuel is need- ed ; something to increase nerve energy—strengthen the nerves. Dr. Miles' Restorative Ner- vine is the fuel you need. It feeds the nerves, produces nerve force, and restores vitality. "When I I'Pgrfi n laklne Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine r.iui Anti-l-ain Pillo 1 was con fined to my bed. I had severe nervous spoils, the result of two rears illness with malaria. 1 rrnriur.il/ grew so weak that I was v.r.ible to sit u> The spells would (■(unmcfneo with cold chills, and I woul...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 March 1905

If - . §§Mp|i ■ ' mm Pfp ■<a ' - <,;V-'■1 " '' ,: •• '•■' ' -'Jv '..-V' / t M- Saf u-' CURES toughs and Golds PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption Foley's Honey and Tar not only stops the cough, but heals and strength- ens the lungs and prevents serious re- sults from a cold. There is no danger o£ Pneumonia, Consumption or cither serious lung trouble i£ Foley'c Honey and Tar is taken, as it will cure the most stub- born coughs—the dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop into pneumonia over night. i I£ you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Foley's Honey ,, , and Tar will cure you quickly and ! Geoigo W ashingt m. {Court Hou5e Notes. COUNTY COURT, Prom Qroesbeck Jou-nal. The following proceedings have seen had in the county court at this torni; E. Hall vs Mattie Price; con- tinued. Jackson Mdso. Co. vs Minnio David; continued. J E Viinn vs H.&T C liy Go, cont'd. Tom Stcen and wife vs W F | Express Co; continued. j Ii P Merrill vs J L Thompson, 5o...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 March 1905

. ... ,. ■■:- y ,„> ■ •: ' .. J ■■■ : • . A N«w Sanata. The United States senate, af- ter March 4, will consist of ftfty- fight Republicans and thirty- two Democrats, a gain of one member for the Republicans. Of the thirty senators whose terms will expire March 4, Beve- ridge, Indiana; Hale, of Maine; Lodge, of Massachusetts; Bur- rows, of Michigan; Clapp, of Minnesota ; Money, of Mississip- pi; Depew, of New York; Kean, of New Jersey; McCumber, -f North Dakota; Dick, of Ohio; Knox, of Pennsylvania; Aldrich, of Rhode Island; Date, of^ Ten- nesson; Culberson, of lexas; Proctor, of V ermont; Daniel, of Virginia; Scott, of West Virgin- ia ;" Clark, of Wyoming, and Quaries, of Wisconsin, will suc- ceed themselves. Morgan G. Bulkeley will suc- cecd Hawley in Connecticut; Frank P. Flint will succeed Bard in California; Isador Raynor will succeed McComas in Maryland, and Elmer J. Burkett will suc- ceed Dietrich in Nebraska. Thom- as H. Carter will take the place of Gibson in Montana; Ge...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 March 1905

wipir' ' IBiilU H& WPP See J. Sandford Smith lor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mevia,Texas The State Herald. ■ ■ I ■fii > | ■ i r S M- t I •? <: £*4 VOL. 6 IA, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH 30 1905. t*--r No 13 jsai M!!j«s««2: :®23:-:i:8®y«j «® 8®«s «* aKBea««a® ffl« v-t Your trade solicited. | We'll put torth every ef= Hi | fort to piease. rfc "i ' •ft * * I Samples mailed on re= | | quest. Express paid of«or= | Wagner & Rimassa IwSAV :i&2a| | | MEX1A, : : : : TEXAS. 4* . kli . --. if very Customer Satisfied. Fhats our Aim. Prices jusfc Right Here all the Time. | |&g! I ders of $5, except staples. | I «> w ?S % J i gj|' iSH&Stff&lHziilitfHlHj/sKf)."i'iYtS 'fiO-S i!?:!j ffcrfvfcrr ;I?H* fri ;!f fit ShoSo M13L.H.3LM' 3R'Y. A groat showing of thp season's choicest Etyle in TAILORED HAT3. Thermal new things in Rxftdv to Wear STRKET HATS from Si 25 to ST 50. New lhingsin these are promptly ml doc*. as thoy com3 out. With such makes of shoes as Drew Selby &...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 March 1905

,s How Is YourHeart? Is your pulse weak, too slow, too fast, or does it skip a beat? Do you have shortness of breath, weak or hungry spells, fainting,smothering or choking | spells, palpitation, fluttering, 1 pains around the heart, in side and shoulder; or hurt when Iving on left side? "If you have any of. these symptoms your heart is weak or diseased, and cannct get better without assistance. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure strengthens weak hearts, and rarely ever fails to cure heart disease. Try it, and see how quickly you will find relief. "About January 1st, 1902, I took down with weakness and '-ropsy, rnd rrradually grew worse. 1 was told bv my family physician that my case was hopeless. My neighbors and fam- ily had given me up to die. My limbs and body were swollen to one- third larger than normal size, and vaster had collected around my h'-rj- For nt least three months I had to sit propped up in bed to keep from Ftnot.1- Irinp. I *ont for five bottles of Dr. Miles' Heart Cure, and by...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 March 1905

,11 ; i. Xt -'S imp* '.W i. t IftiMaiu Coughs and Colds CURED BY FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR Obstinate, racking Coughs (bat ymax bead ache, your throat tad hoqp assa and Inflamed, that rob yoa aC ri*ep until joar system becotaes so raai down that yam are in paw daafv of Pneumonia or Consumptioa, ara qnlekM cored by Foley's Honey aad Tatw</ FOLEY'S HOMEY MB TAR soothes and heals the inflamed air pao sages, allays the feverish coaditions^ stops the cough and prevents seris— results from a cold. FOLEY'S HONEY MO TM is the only prominent cough medicine on the market that does not contain opiates or harmful drugs of any kind] aad on this account is safest for children, | It is unexcelled for Croup and Whooj^ ing Cough and will quickly cure tbei racking cough which follows measles' and leaves so many children with weak' lungs unless properly treated. Remember the name — Foley's Honey and Tar—and refuse substW totes that cost you the same as the genuine. Do not take chances with uome unknown ...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 30 March 1905

g_"g & v*"- ^ Ef' Ip I HfcfW* V 'ptttoNMfCl^i ##* V*£'- '", : •' ' "■ -— - " j* •'•' JB' j1" ' follC*" ^•^',^T;^V^ '';VM;«"'j^;".5;y .\ . •„igjJC|.. i,.v,ij.,','>.•' ft-." V*-*- 8tate Herald; iWlrtvil vrwj Thursday, by M. P. HQVX. Editor and Proprietor. Bflbkctl^Uon, per year $U Entered at the postofflce at Mexla, Tex., as second class mall matter Jules Verne, the noted author is dead at the age of 77 years. The Legislature is said to be leaking steam, and what is steam but botair?—Snap Shots. Well, the people are ready to have the old machine sent to the repair shop. Major Hugh N. Swain, con- victed in Houston of the killing of C. W. Jones, anil whose case has been reversed and remanded by the higher courts, has been released on bond pending his second trial. he be able to hold it after be had saorifioed his en- tire army? Easy enough for the ellcw at St' Petersburg to order he man at the front to hold his position, bnt holding it might turn out to be a different matter. The...

Publication Title: State Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x