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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 May 1905

*{sS';iliyW^4rrv. [-M^y( W^r' I -^^''/v.-'' ''''';*}V ,'1^-■'■•''''' " ' -:' * # ' / See J. Sand ford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia,Texas State Herald. VOL. 6 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 3 905. No 18. w® ? > y ■ Extraordinary Selling for 10 DAYS. Wagner & Rimassa, Mexia, Texas. Startling Reductions THE SALE OF SALES Beginning Wednesday, May 10th. Con- tinuing Until May 20th. Sale Begins at 9 Oclock, Wednesday lYIorning May 10 1905 WAGNER & RIMASSA, Mexia 0x1=*.« STORE WILL BE CLOSED TUESDAY, MAY 9. WAGNER & RIMASSA, MEXIA, TEXAS. STORE WILL BE CLOSED TUESDAY, HAY 9. SALE BEGINS Wednesday, flay 10. Doors open at 9 o'clock and lasts TEN DAYS. Below you will find some choice Bargains" under head of "Random Pickings" worth your while to read carefully. fl BARGAIN FEAST that will long be remembered. A May Sale Unequaled for VALUE GIVING in the history of this place. Beginning Wednesday Morning May 10th at 9 o'clock we v ill inaugurate one of the GREATEST ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 May 1905

« liHlKfe •qiMH WA80 *"00 * A8U3J'K 'Q r-am^ro 91(1 joj 3±l i«nnuv 81 -BJeitiap u« A'q PI°H 1 dljadxo nn ton row AviJJ, C 6 *>J pJBpntnwoqi udoci o^tjq W.32R •n«t j9aoo pn;?i 9X\i~«\vv g rgfo ■,£& & "I ■eouapuuon o. «vt keaanA\^jnAosjnuop.irif?p:;r ^ <Tj gjauuvf injoiu'j isotu ,<♦* v,': ' - T S>. 1 '•- Does Not Irritate. "I have foucd Simmon's Liver l'uri- fisr the mildest ;<ncl most pleasant in action, yet the surest remedy for con- stipation, torpid liver and all kindred troubles, I have ever used. It does not irritate or gripe," Very truly. S P. Cleary, JucKson, Tenn. Put np in tin bozes only. Priea 250, The fcriday Afternoon club was entertained Friday at tho homo of Mrs V. Wolverton, the losers in a recent attendance conte.st i"o- ing tho honors. Tnis is the last meeting of the club for the rea- son. Ro.i Not a Pipe Dream. ■ Oil—some kinds-are conveyed by a system of pipe lines, but the Oil that makes all other oils insignificant is con- ;; veyed in bottl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 May 1905

rapt#:-! fiB? /Ti ;. -fj1.4 I v* ,r: ; J ',\V . & ■ ' . y jnMlftPMP FOLEY'S KIDNEY THE KEELING PLAN For Assisting the Truck Growers of Texas. To the Fruit and Truck Growers of Texas: } l Home weeks ago I published an article in which 1 set forth the importance of the fruit and truck growers of the state making an organized effort to have tho rail- road commission amend ihe turiff 1 relating to (he shipment of fruit, Cures Kidney and Biaj8-'veet!t"ble9 und olh,jr Peiisliable der Diseases in Every' "V° a!'mv, °"° — __ ■ i:iian w!lh e,ac" carload of sucn FOPEI1 — Many People ;prC)(Juot!i shipped to market. I Hat'© Kidney Trouble have volunteered to present the and Mot Know St. ! matter to the railroad commis- sion as soon as 1 have received HOW TO FEND OUT. suflicient authority from those It is the function of the kidneys to filter j . and purify the blood which is constantly j iotei osttsd to say that I represent passing through them. them. I havo recsivect quite a When the kidney...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 May 1905

3>.' v " mA 'tt j Pill llSfP •■ v««*wr: ^r*.: 'ate Herald. w«7 Thursday to M. P. HQUX, Editor and Proprietor. 0abhcrli>tlon, per year 91.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexla, Tex., as second class mall matter And preparations for aea battle continue in east. tbe the big far Nan Patterson will soon be free. That is not a hunch, but merely an opinion. And Man thinks so too. W. J. Bryan is now being groomed for governor of Nebras- ka- Well, he will make a good one. The remains of Gen. Fitzhugh Lee were interred at Richmond, "Va., beside those ofjhis old chief- tain, Jefferson Davis. The general appropriation bill is uow before the legislature. When it is disposed of the law makers can go home. The late rains resulted in sev- eral railroad wrecks and two engineers, one fireman and one lirakeman are reported killed in one night. And there ia talk of a second call session, as, it is feared the ap- propriation bill will not pass be- fore the 30 days of the present session expires. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 May 1905

SUTTON'S,-The New Store. THIS WEEK is offering A FEAST OF BARGAINS that will appeal to every one interested in the practice of economy. It is not a few worthless and undesirable items that we have selected, but BRIGHT, NEW AND SEASONABLE MER- CHANDISE, such as will meet your present needs, and the prices we quote are :::::::::::::: BELOW THE LOWEST! It & A On the Bargain Ta- bles You Will Find. One paper good Brass Pins I< 1 paper Sharps Gold Eyed Needles - '< 1 card, 2 doz, stay fast Hooks and Eyes '< 1 bundle Wire Hair Pins K 1 Wire Mouse Trap - '< 1 Alluminum Egg Beater H 1 3 tine Kitchen Fork 1< 1 wood handle Cake Turner H 1 Childs Fancy Handkerchief.. K 1 Stove Lifter I< 1 Cake Toilet Soip " I Pencil Tablet - 1 Paper Tacks 1 large Scalloped Cake Pan - 1 set Dominoes 2 large deep Pie Tins 1 1 quart Covered Bucket 1 Wire Meat Broiler 1 large cake Toilet Soap 1 deep tin Milk Pan 1 large Basting Spoon 1 large Cullend -r 1 heavy Catching; Mitt 1 set G Glass Tum...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 May 1905

iBtll: • fewlf &4mt$ww mwi^mm'-"'- iW,W^< fs$? ' ■'■-'■ ... • , -'' '/*.■ ;'r' —. .. ..V -v' ■'«# *?Jv,*hb couch , twe the LUNGS i ICIIBSW WTWWEY It's Always Bad. *\-U Ming's Iscsvasi roTi * :;;:jMPTiofi OIGIIS and J5L03 ■■iiirvwtwtomwi. — . ,. | i¥ vsfi .and Quickest Cure for all wid IiXJNG XHOUB- |-3UEi: SIDNEY BACK- nMaaamnmB ■g lTO^:w .«,aGi)ssKJtssaorxjtam.,-|.^.'iiB ^^'.Tv Prico 50c & SI.CO j Free Trial. >Jm^t PASSENGER SERVICE IN TEXAS. IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 PACIFIC ... 5K>^' t^OTCMI . tnvoubls to answer questions. ULLMAN VESTIBULE SLEEPERS, « v: U hA E R EC LI NINGCHftlRCA": (beats ff-fe) v-':, .ILLTHflOUGH TRAINS. Austin Hears of Five Can- didates for Congress In the Eighth. THREE FkOM HARRIS While Grimes County Has Two in Senator Mea- chum and Lieut. <r Gov, Neal. From Houston Chronicle. Austin, Texas, April 27.—The death of Congressman Pinckney causes a vacancy in the eight!) congressional district. Those who have aspirations to succccd him are letting ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 May 1905

< • «p } i > < i > eil , rLMnjr—WEBB— * ■ : <;t- ' "■'.; vA'!- '* f' '•■ .v ' V ' , ;;;, y ";.\.r£W.y #$$«*...: •,. {, '^g*i"y "yg wWWJIS S/UKfa ' Job Ndbsbadm, President. " Mi if by, VJuePre Jos. B. Long, Cashier. i! The First National Bank OF MKXIA. Capital and Surplus 5(00,000. The oldest and strongest Natonal liana in the county. e loan money at reasonable rates. We solicit deposits of uuy a.-aoant. Our facilities for doing a general banking business are better now than ever, and we respectfully invite a call froni anyone who has money to borrow or money to deposit. It will pay you to mo us before open ng an acount elsewhere. Farmers loans a specialty, Valuables^kept free of charge for customers of this bank. PERIL IN THE HAND-SHAKE. Not Ion# ago Dr. J. N. Hirnch, of Chicago, Kissing a Curative. In opposition to an accepted harsh and peevish dictum of science a philanthropist lias arisen in Paris with the courage and humanity to declare that mcdica! testimony refl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 May 1905

Firti J«w flf iof FrMMb ► ^founder of the first Jewish r in this country has .New York city, at the age K. H. Sarasohn came from an Poland ^3 a boy and was I •rs&WFsateu in Now York public P> hb$Sw*j3s. When 4° years old, ^ in 5^654. established . the Jewish ■ •WSiiBMMttte, and twelve years later • .dfe.-^wish Daily News, which he and edited uijtil his death. £Sfe j<vas deeply interested in the ■ (%&sixca.tioual and other interests of lifcjissuxace, and although he grew lie retained his home in the . oasiiis of the poorest Jewish quar- tlie East side, so •"fliTii-'bt be always at the on that he call of ■T "Deopl*. lie was the founder r.iu: Hebrew .Sheltering house .vast Broadway, and bore its ' ■.*>-. "ij"ivses. 1 here was scarcely a _ institution in the -city that ' .sir- . * us not connected with, and ■■.••zjaziy* actively so. Sarasohn " <!Viit r.liairnian of the Kishineff re- 'S1 cfflnimitte, which raised over ii«U£ iOOO. All the holders of great fortunes iti ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 May 1905

■.r •'^jji£i ' .' ■ ' v.. __ II See J. Sandford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia,Texas 'wrm m r;\ <(b\ < I\ ■V> a i The State Herald. VOL. 6 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY n 1905. No 19 1*1*11*1*1*1 *1141* * m *1*£4JSM* [*1*11*11*1*1*1*11*1*1*1*1*1 THE STARTLING REDUCTION SALE Going on at Wagner & Rimassa's Store! The BIG TEN DAYS SALE which we told you about on this page last week. The prices made were for TEN DAY'S BEGINNINU MAY 10th AND CLOSING MAY 20th. Get your last week's paper and read the LOWEST PRICES yet made on SEASONABLE GOODS. Now is the time to get your Dress Goods, Silks, House Furnishings, Millinery, Clothing and Shoes from a select stock of Merchandise at an Actual Positive Saving. - - 3K| A FEW OF THE BARGAINS! K Fine Sheer White Lawn 40 inches wide at Dress Lawns nice patterns a yard 6>C U Best 10c Gingham a yard 10-4 Bleached Sheeting a yard 6C I5C Fine Madras 25 and 20c kind at per yard onlyT 30 yards Good Dress Plaids for 14 yards Lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 May 1905

'M m •f?' site j — Doe* Not Irritate. "I have found Simmon's Liver Pnri- lisrthe mlldeit and moet. pleasant in aotion, jit the Barest remedy for con- stipation, torpid liver and all kindred troubles, I-have ever used. It does not irritate or gripe," Very truly, S. P. Cleary, Jackson, Tenn. Put up in tin bozes only- Price 2sc, Miss Mabel Lewis has returned home for the vacation, her school at Cedar ha vine closed. Not A Pipe Dream. Oil—some kinds- are conveyed by a system of pipe lines, but the Oil that makes all other oils insignificant is con- veyed in bottles. Its Hunt's Lightning Oil. and its mission is to cure your sprains, cuts, burns, bruises. aches and pains—and it cLes it. Mrs. J. M. Conrad and chil. dren aie visiting- in Uroesbeck. Clear* For Actipn. When the body ia cleared for aotion by Dr. tfins's New Life Pill*, you can tell it by the bloom of-health on the cheeks, the brightness of the eyes, the firmness of the flesh and muscles, the buoyancy of the mind. Try them. At ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 May 1905

' gJW 111 ' ,'J '. •f ■v X Many people who are neglecting symptoms of kidney trouble, hoping "it will wear a\yny," are drifting towards Bright's Disease; which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms; FOLEY'S (SIDNEY CURE stops irregularities, strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the worn-out tissues of the kid- neys so they will perform their functions properly. Healthy kid- neys strain out the impurities from the blood as it passes through them. Diseased kidneys do not, and the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation to every part of the body, causing dizziness, backache, stomach trouble, sluggish liver, irregular heart action, etc. If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence tak- ing FOLEY'S KIDNEYCURK at once, as it will cure a slight dis- order in a few days and prevent a fatal malady. It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system. How ta Find Out. You can easily determine if your kid- neys are out of order by setting aside for 24...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 May 1905

'ate Herald. vrmey Thursday ftp M. P. BOUX. Editor and Proprietor. Subfccriiiikra, per year, Entered at the poetofflce at Mexia Tax., aa second class mail matter . I ^ r Read Every Word On This Sheet! And fighting on land is about to begin again. Twenty-four people were kill- ed in a Kansas tornado. The president has ended his hunting trip and is now bound east. With Houston closing up her gambling dens, what may we ex- pect next?—Kosse Cyclone. To hear of them opening again. The recent heavy rains have damaged crops in many parts of Texas, and in some places total destruction will necessitate re- planting. The president is now on hia way home and it is said that ex- tra precaution for his protection will be taken at Chicago. What's the matter with 'Tunning round'' the windy city? We Want Your Trade and Shall Da Everything la Merit It. On the 15th day of May we will put on sale every article in our store, not at Cut Prices, but guarantee them to be as CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. We have ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 May 1905

<'-<T ,.'v " '< ;■ ■ •- >V.VV ' ■ ■ V< • ♦ • i I ® pi >r. J. L# Metcalf DEN11SX. IfOfllce —Front Roomi in Knightfl of Pythias Hall. Phone No. 110. MEXIA. TEXAS local ant> personal 3for tbe THUeefc < b Attend the Truckers meeting here Saturday. The annual picnic of Joe Johnston camp was held at the Reunion grounds Friday and quite a crowd went out, con- sidering that the weather looked a little uncertain. A splendid dinner was spread and every one present had a plenty and there was considerable left whioh was left with the military boys for then- supper. All enjoyed the day, and most of them were agreeably disappointed in not get- ting wet, as it looked like rain most all day. g|Mrs. Nelson Forrest enter- tained the 42 club Tuesday after- noon. Mrs. Levy and daughter, Miss Kate, of Thornton are in the city visiting Mrs, Dr. Lewis. EJReckingham Teapots and Jugs and glass and china water pitch- ers and bottles at Pittman's. Those who attended the exhibi- tion of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 May 1905

•#.:a-: Hi,. II. I !!■! /i,' •'■■' ■ m ,<'v •■■■■'. x * * .. - BP IP *> wl fr. Xing s ■ *- ■■'•■■. ' ■ ■ „ rtot UV« every Thursday by "it. P. HOUX, , ■fiditor atid Proprietor. Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prevailing in tfys count: v '"V MMPTjOfc Pflet' CIGHS and 50c & SI.00 OLDS Frda Trial. Btu'eat and Quickest Cure for all •i'HROAT and LUNG THOUB- I.BS, or MONEY BACK. fos y f HIT PASSENGER SERVICE -IN- TEXAS. 4- IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 TEXAS RAILWAY pacific ;.v> ,IO rnoUBLE TO ANSWER QUtSTIONS. iUPERB DULIVAN VESTIBULE? SLEEPERS, i \ MOSOME R EcLI N i NG CH Ai K Cr;s (SEATS FPFE) ">N ALL THROUGH TRAINS. 3-sbkcrlptlori, per year,.... $1.00 Untered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter Another hung jury in the Nan Patterson case. It is expected now that the cape against her will be dismissed. A stcrra in the far east hue scattered the Russian fleet. So, it teems that even the elements are against the czar. ..., .7 LINE WITH fa3t morninfi- and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 May 1905

' '' ' ,, ; ' r- , i WW* aes • I , *. .". m 1 ,r 1 * '4- Job-Nombaom, President 'W V. Mi a.'i^ tePie « Jos. B. Long, ,Cashier. The First National Bank H OF MKXIA. Capital and Surplus 5100,000. The oldest 'and strongest Natonal Bans in the county. e loan money at reasonable rates. We solicit deposits of any amount. Our facilities for doing a general banking business are better now than erer, and we respectfully invite a call froo anyone who has money to borrow or money to deposit. It will pay you to tee us before opening an accunt elsewhere. Farmers loans a Specialty. Valuables,kept free of eharge for customers of this bank, Chartered. We confer degree upon our graduates and give thf m a diploma that will be honored by any institution in America. Notes accepted for tuition. Positons guiranteed. Railroad fare paid from all points. Catalog and a lesson in p nnjanship free. Your name on 12 cards for 25c in stamps. We teach pen- manship by mail, TeWraphy taught. N. H. STONE, President. M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 May 1905

k deficit in the finances et university for year ended |\ Aagust i is reported by Treasurer Tyler to have been about $43,000. la other words, Yale would (need additional endowment of nearly $1,500,000 to yield, at 3 per cent, as annual income equal to last year's deficit. There was a deficit v«o the finances of Harvard uni- ■ vwsity also last year, the amount -being" not for from that of Yale. Yet each'institution increased its total funds during the s&m year. Meanwhile the general public is ■■wot worried at a!! It views the -colleges and universities with en- tire approbation;' it is proud of thetn. Putt the time has come nrhen most of us cannot help feel- ing that there is reaiiy no cause for alarm over their financial con- dition. There is the conscious- mess that if the alumni and friends afo not always come to the rescue «jf the college treasurers as quick- ly and enthusiastically as is de- sired- there is ever the desperate last resort of running an institu- tion on the pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 May 1905

I -L:: & ■*$ i Ivn See 3\ Sandford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia,Texas VOL. 6 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 18 1905. No 20 44* *1*1*1* * vM// «&%♦, vM/> vV/. ■*?£• vMA W v\T/% vV^ ^ 71? ■Iff *5.< f Our Startling Re- duction Sale ANY NEW ARRIV ALS a!I lines past few days. Call and look the new things over M Closes Saturday Night, MAY 20th. J'/y vMA. jJVy vM^ ^V* vVV„ v\li ? Vi^ W vft 71^ viv ftv* •?!« JiS* •Vi^ ■ViV' -iiV- "Viv* '.iV- *3r For the past eight days we have been soiling all goods at STARTLING REDUCHONS. Our efforts have been ro warded, for the pu /chasers attending this sale have ox proved themselves uk being perfectly sat'.slied. and in fact say we \v nt b tyond tii 'ir expectations in oar un.isual low prions on HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE. for the flext IClcch or as Xono as the TRemnants Xast you will still find prices to your liking. The goods were cheap, and every one knows during a heavy sale, careful aa we may be, HUNDREDS OF REMNANTS arc s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 May 1905

The T. &• ft. V. surveyiog* part? la in the field again, bound M>uth. They are supposed to be j unmng a cut-off linfc to connect with the Houston line somewhere south of here. The line that was run first from Here Bouth, it is believed has been abandoned, as }t was too near the river and overflows, and the line they came back on is a little too far east and this line they ^re now running is between the two, Thev wPI not go as far as Hous- ton thi3 trip and may be back here before ihe first of June, The final line will probably go out through the Point Enterprise community. Does Nut Irritate. "I have found Simmon's Liver Pu fier the mildest and most pleasant in action, yet the surest remedy for con- stipation. torpid liver and all kindred trouble, I have ever used. It does not irritate or gripe," Very truly, S. P. Cleary, Jackson, Tenn. Put up in tin bozes only. Price 2sc, We hear considerable com- plaint from people who have young chickens, about varmints catching them. The s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 May 1905

IRCp' 1 1 * C".i ■ \:.y- * V } J2. CURE WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond tlie reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE. B. Spiegel, 1204 N. Virginia St., Evansville, Ind., writes: "Foroverfive years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry. I lost llush and was all run down, and a year ago had to abandon work entirely. I had three o£ the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief, and after taking the second bottle I was entirely cured." TWO SIZES, 50c AND $1.00. .¥■ I MM* SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY MEXIA DRUG COMPANY. SUB I E? R A 1\B A A WONDERS Mammoth Gave AND COLOSSAL CAVERN Ave the most interesting of all the Nat urn I Wonders in America. These Won- derful Caverns are visited annually by thousands of tourists from thin country and abroad. They are pronounced by scientists ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 18 May 1905

A II v 'C ■ State Herald. fWHfitfl «v«ry Thursday by M. P. HQUX, Editor aDd Proprietor. Sobbcrtptloii, per year,. .. 91.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter The legislature has adjourned at last . Now we can breathe easy for awhile. murder qf Sol Aronoff last fall, said before the execution, "Dimkiug and going with bad oompany have been the ruin of me." And yet young men will oont'.nuo to do those two things, laying themselves liable to snoh an awful end. Rice-Miller That is a good ap- propriate oombinatioti for a South Texas town, isn't it? The skat tournament has just closed at Brenham. Say. do they have a kitty in that game? And Nan Patterson has at la9t been released on bail. Now we will all have an opportunity to see her on the stage. Massachusetts is famous for her boots and shoes, while Chica- go is rapidly becoming famous for her shoots anil booze.—Hous- ton Post. Hicks predicted the storms we have been having over the country of late. Won...

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