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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 September 1908

; , ; 0 BY BYRON HENNING & o <-y *w,f w A TYPICAL <?LOUa-£7ZR flSHZliNAlY AT„o 7? Mi % SM& LOW £33 J?* ■■■ ■ THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE Late Saturday night John I about 32 yearn ot age, wfta hot the side and seriously wouuded Lancaster. Partisans of President Castro have in recent speeches initiated a inova meat to proclaim Castro President of Venezuela for life. The assessed valuation of property of Kaufman County, according to the rolls just finished by the Tax Asses- sor, amounts to ?17,7U5,3E>0. Franclsca Martinez, a young Mex- ican woman, adjudged insane, was found dead in the Bexar County Jail ! at Sau Antonio Saturday. A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. A special session of the Sixty-fifth j Murph March of San Angelo has General Assembly of Indiana convened sol(J lo L F Wilson of Wichita Falls Friday under the call from Gov. J. Frank Hanly....

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 September 1908

110 Hta ■ mm hose Promised Dollars Last week we promised you that this week we would give you some prices, that would, beyond the shadow of any doubt, save you many big, round, ring- ing dollars on your Fall Purchases. Below we quote you some positively un- haard of prices on some well known brands of staple articles. If you pay more than these prices for these items it is a loss to you that you stand no chance of recovering. These prices hold good from now on through OCTOBER and if you fail to take advantage of these extraordinary values, you'll be the loser. X M % Full 36 inch Green Ticket Lonsdale Bleached Domestic, is worth 10c at all stores today, we price 71 at a yard 7^c Tourist 36 inch Bleached Domestic medium weight and free from starch is extra value at 6 l-2c we offer at a yaad 5C Full 36 inch Unbleached Domestic, 4 yards will weigh a pound, you'll declare its a bargain at 6 l-2c we offer at a yard 5c One Bale of 26 inch good weight Cot- ton Checks, a good nickel a k p ya...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 September 1908

to Loan All New And Up-To-Date Styles Three ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. I have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer. Mexia, Texas Local and Personal, K K > f: > .A Mrs. Claude Mathis was in the city Tuesday enroute from Teague to Wortham on a visit to her parents. Lost, on the streets this morn | ing, a purse containing $65. and j a cotton receipt. Please return to W. H. Lewis. Dr. J. P.[Cook and son, Rosco, Judge W. E. Doyle, Geo. E. Petty and S. E. Collin, with j Nelse Bell as handy man, went! up to Rakestraw lake Tuesday afternoon to spend a couple of days fishing. My residence for sale at a bar- gain if sold in next thirty days. —Guy Beckham. Walter Steen has gone to Groesbeck to work for Jesse j \ Denning on a new house. J. Q. Robinson of Fairfiel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 September 1908

_ ■ H UNWRITTEN LAW By MARY MORRISON {Copyright, by Shortstory Pub. Co.) V Wet wero the leaves and few, and the rain, dripping through the al- most • bare branches of the trees, was growing colder. The skies were gray, and growing graver every day. Soon it would he snow which would fall day by day, and the wind that wailed drearily now would shriek and rave wildly through the forest. It had been a pleasant summer home for crows here on Bullhead pond. Frogs and snakes hud been plenty, and (Jaunt, the crow, had provided handsomely for his family, until they were all well grown and able to provide for themselves, but the frogs were all down in I he deep mud ol the lake now, and would not, come up until spring, and the 6nakes had gone into winter quar- ters. His children had left for more prolific feeding grounds, and he mistrusted they had gone to join their fellows at the roost on Pohan- nock river. It was time. Last year he had not delayed until this time, •but this year—he hopped de...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 September 1908

LIST HE FORGRT. No RoMat* Postcard Without Itt *|&f; Thorn of Suggestion. Harold's mother—we'll call him Har oW—went abroad tt month ago, leav- ing Harold under the somewhat un- - . substantial control of his elder BisterB Ip spite of the itemized directions wltfc which even unto the moment ol final leave-taking she had not ceased to bombard him, Harold's mother was far from sure that her efforts would have any lasting effect. Her voyage was more or less dis- turbed by thes'e doubts, but before abe landed on the other side she had determined on a course of action. Like all small boys, Harold is most cov- etous of picture postcards and had looked forward to a harvest from his mother's trip. He got It. Every day she sent at least one card. And whatever else it bore in the way of inscription, there was not one which failed of this introduction: "Just as soon as you get thiB go and brush your teeth." rV k < '/ ANNUAL sales over nine million. Good, reliable quality is appreciated ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 September 1908

PEttc* On your entire fall and winter purchase of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Hats by coming direct to the popular store of . ' . . * . . * . • • • • t. a. white Here you will find the choicest collection of merchandise from American and foreign markets. You are invited to come and inspect our stock. A magnificent array of new merchandise, a har= vest of good goods that are in many instances shown exclusively by this store. This season we have taken more time and trouble to have the best fall and winter stock ever seen in this section of the country. A visilrto our store will repay you by securing matchless values in dependable merchandise. We guarantee satisfaction in quality and price. . * . . * . . * . E323KK5 sm 20 yds good L. L. Brown Domestic for Good yard-wide Bleach Domestic at 1.00 5c Men's Gray Mixed Suits real value $5.00, at $3,00 Full line Boys' Knickerbocker Knee Pants at patr, 50c, $1.00 Knee Pants at per Oj Cfl )0 and OIiiJU Ask to see those Ladies' white and blac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 October 1908

y .V If.; Sfe rSgP vjpi V life ^'jv ■!''' fl'®- A: P , BfefefcJ KS*r - S^ir*-; ''^PRPRP^PI 4 > I I 1 iv I 1 I I i s i i i i I See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. vol. 9 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1,1908. livery r.fffiit wc mrl'.c is to I ettcr piepars < uest Ives to serve the buying public. rnzswEft You must be satis- fied or we are not We are hereto serve our customers. Clothing' Our Clothing Department is without a parallel!. Men's Suits, hand tai- lored and newest styles, prices $35 and down to $5. The famous Cohen-Endell Clothing for Boys, prices $10 and down to $1 a Suit. Men's Odd Pants, Over- coats and Rain Coats, all styles and prices. Men's Work Clothing, Overalls, etc. Hats John B. Stetson and Star Brand Hats in all the new and nobby shapes, prices $2 to $5. Also complete line of staple shapes for men and boys, prices $7 down to 25c. Gents' Fur- nishings We can show you the greatest line of Men's Dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 October 1908

WW' m* WEEKLY HFHALD M. .BOUX. Publisher MEM A, TEXAS Cotacrva your energies. Moat campaign poetry la bad. Thla year lt'a worse. The royal Morocco shoe seems to be on the other foot. Prof. Llchtenberg seems to think Veauvius more easily quenched than a cultivated thirst. Elopements are all the go. Repent- ance follows hard and fast on their heels just the same. Can't some of these brilliant re- formers be induced to convert mos- quitoes to vegetarianism? Having jusL fined the French cable company $5,000,000, Castro contem- plates quite a sinewy little war. It may be that Castro is too busy saving up his money for a rainy day to attend to international politics. The Indiana girl who was fined for ■wearing a sheath gown finds that the objectionable slit in the skirt conies high. They are now changing their clothes four times a day down at Newport This includes putting on some for breakfast presumably. Colonels must repeat their 90-mile ride because on the first trip they used more tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 October 1908

jgflrSF •>. '■*" ■ JpSS • " '■i' "if "'( ' «• •# ,4- •&. ■v.w 1 ( I f ■ 44 "J •< > 1 \ if BY ERNEST M?6AFFEY ¥ 5? There were a number of women re- formers, too, durlna my political years and they were Invariably enlisted on some moral question, us I hey looked at It, tobacco, whisky, child labor, the bettering of conditions for women, the Bavlng of girls. etc. They were very much in earnest., faithful and enthusi astlc to their ideals. Occasionally they succeeded, and at loast, they never seemed discouraged, it is to the credit of politicians in general, t hat they wera listened to with perfect respect, even when it was apparent that conditions made it an absolute waste of time to discuss the questions. Sometime?, an ordinance barred their way; at othei times a stale law, or possibly the con stitution of the I'nlted States Itself was a stumbling-block, but they wen heard with patience Reform politics during my day con cerned Itself most particularly in re habilitating 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 October 1908

rVBUSHED EVERY THURSDAY. N, P. HOUX, Editor * Pmotueto* 1 I e f b 1 « SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .11.00 VwiHf Ke jumped on The i now pouring. Entered m second class matter March (, 1906, at the pott office at Mexia, Tex, vadar the act of congress of March 3, 1878. _ I issue 2 issue* ^issues I Vts 1 PageJ12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $5O0.00 % " 7.60 13.00 24.00 300.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 LESS THAN ONE QUARTER PAGE. 1 issue 20c per inch. 2 issues 35c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " "Each Issue R*eat the.president'a hide and the people tre learning the truth about the methods of the republicans. A country editor of Texas says Senator Foraker appears to be full of prunes. At' least, we observe he longer has any dates, —Houston Post." JV* ' * But they handed him a large lemon, all right. THE GOVERNOR BLAME. NOT TO nice ■lam During a street i the Salvation army in recently a man *n the cr9^ his watch and i bottle pf ifrhiakj on the drum head as a ddnatiofr to the cause, the watch being in- tend...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 October 1908

lA r;r*y.v VmOK'S LIEN ROTES 4ND EXTENDED. Skirts s Is a great opporthnity to buy at what you need on special sale. commencement new /. !-■ * Yl> ' I have arranged for western capital whereby I am enable^ to mak| Joaos on Real Estate " direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loanB closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer. Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Capt. Rado Steele and wife, and daughter, Mrs. J. M. Vaiden, left Sunday night for San An- tonio to attend the fair. Miss Sammie Blake is in Cor- sicana vHting Miss Church. Miss Rogers has returned to her home in Corsicana after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Carter Sessions. My residence for sale at a bar- gain if sold in next thirty days. —Guy Beckham. Clarence Hendrix of Mid- lothian spent Sunday with Mexia friends. Reuben Jackson left Saturday night for Galveston, where he will enter the medical depart- ment of the State University. E. H. Fabian of Fort Worth S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 October 1908

■glis SirPfl w • rr^r-rrrr, "ME AND MOSE" T ANNIE E. S. FEAIINO. m- = (Copyright, by Shortstory Pub. Co.) She had many qualities In common with tho sparrow which she outwardly resembfed: She was small and plump, and had V waistless figure with a •light aloop behind the base of the neck that gave her a round, fluffy sort of look. Then her dress, and hair, and skin were only varying tones of a general dun color. Her movements were short and quick, and she had the same fierce instinct to tone for her family, and the same eager and critical interest in the do- ings of her neighbors, that distin- guished her feathered prototype. Comparisons aside, she was a past mistress in the tine art of washing clothes, and her book of engagements was always full. "1 ben at it," slie would say, as she "sudsed out" the clothes, "sence 1 was little, an' hed to stan' 011 a stool to work—wots that? I hev to yit?' Well, that's jest it, 1 dun s' much it's kindy stunted me an' kep me on a stool ever sence." ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 October 1908

I u / < NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS For the first time In thirty-six years the Kaufman county jail was Thurs- day night without a prisoner. The survey of the proposed Waco, Temple and Marlln interurban began , Saturday morning out of Temple. .Tosephlne, the 2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Tucker of Fort Worth died Thursday as a result of drinking gasoline. A little loss than $r> per mile Is the estimated average saving to the rati roads of Texas by the enactment of the anti-pass law. As a result of an explosion of a gun on a French armored cruiser Wednesday thirteen men are dead and others seriously injured. The twelfth annual meeting of Ihr West Texas Fair opened at Abilene Tuesday, and promises to be the .most successful one ever held there. a B. Scarborough, aged 56 years, for many years a citizen of Abilene, fell dead Saturday morning as a re- sult of a stroke of appoplexy. Late Thursday evening when a pav senger train on the Southern Railway, near Atlanta, Ga., ran int...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 October 1908

lg! mist Tickets TO California Points andThe Northwest Bwatly it Reduced Rates BIB emeus GOMES OCT. I3|(un H.& r. C. R. R. On Sale September 1, to October 31, 1O08. For iurtaer information call 011 agents of the H. & T. C. R. R. or write to C. K. Dunlap T. J. Andekson Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Aut Houston. Texas. Let the diet consist of foods that are nutritious. m PRICE'S WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD is made by a physician and chem- ist and teader of the world in pure food products. Its daily use helps to regulate the bowels. 10 cents a package. Fop sale by aif Grocers u WHITE'S Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED a & '-km As. 4 1 REM 1 THE CKilDRcN'S FAVORITE TOWC. DrWARE OF IMJTATtONS. TNI GENUINE PRCPAREO ONLY BY Baiiard-Snow Liniment Co# ex. x,ouze, MO. MEXIA DRUG CO. L?he cough AND CURS THE LUNGS WITH King's Niw Discovery PRICE _o, - 50c & $1.00. OLDS Trial Bottle Free and all throat and lung troubles. FOR Qouchs GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONET REFUNDED. Date Is Set f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 October 1908

: K7 • ' ■ ■ • . • Njral \'y. '- \.v * ' ■■' ■■' Av ? See J, Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. i* ■ Mexia Weekly Herald. 4Wa VOL. 9 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1908. NO 4 1 jserrirawerr r^pnioua* COURT HOUSE NOTES. Grou^Lieck Journal. I' rSAiV*' '*'■•" ?'«ariMMIWs& > I / %m% W:. .- .Jllii marriage ucense, j l.-jcy Willis to Andrew Vfebb. Pearl Robinson to Lea Holton. Vida Tibbs to W. L. Sikes. Grace V. Adams to J. A. Deis.! Sarah Banks to Albert Lyss. PLEAS OF GUILTY uurris, Gaming, Ed Williams, Gaming, 1 VIU 11J1 i • Lee Burris, Gaming, fine $10. -• ;—( jjne THE BIG CIRCUS. No one competent to express an opinion of the subject ever questioned the claim that the menagerie of Barnumjand Bai- ley's Greatest Show Eon Earth contained the biggest and]rarest collection of rare wild beasts ever moved on rail. Among the ad- ditions are to be seen an gextra- ordinary and unprecedented number of African antelopes and springboks. Another ponderou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 October 1908

. ••vi', ■ \ ■ 1JPP ■IssvhS •WW ■WFN ', fi & ;'V LY HHALD HMIikir TEXAS At Mwmii Father and Son. that "4M" was as a rult a tor father; where Is the In the UBe of It by any son, old he may be? We have [tea heard the word used when the ■ between father and son were ^usually tender, when the two wero ose companions, when there was aplete understanding and the rongest love. There was a time in Rew England when a son addressed lis father In writing, "Respected Sir " lie Cither was then of the Romas rder. Th6re was little thought of oy possible intimacy. The son stood awe of the sire. Hence, too often omestlc tragedies. When you hear k lad apeak to-day of his father as "the lid man" you may reasonably infer bat there is no sweet companionship. |B a boy mentions his "dad," says the Boston Herald, there is a world of af- fection in the word. There is a touch |bf hardness, a suspicion of fear in the term "governor." "Pop" is a cheap Fterm, if It be not vile. I 1 P- City celebrations are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 October 1908

if® jiq i s m ■ BrPffj ^■ytj I p^HI If.' ^ I/',.- L > I ' , t I Wm \ i r;' ffSvm . • T ft. UNCLE SAM $500,000,000 ] WEALTHIER By ELLIOTT D. YOUNG Treasury Officials Coin Great Amount of Emergency Currency. Love of Crime Tales of Have Th< of Rea< |C( is By IIENRI LAVKDAN, Member Acadeuile Frucalia. kF P 1 C I A L currency stretchers of the Uni- ted States government have ready $500,000,000 in emergency notes, created by the Aid ricli- Vreeland law, which can be put out at an instant's notice to nip financial panics in the bud. Great progress was made by the treasury officials in getting the monster bun- dles of notes into shape to be issued at a moment's notice. Hardly had the bill which created this emergency currency passed the gauntlet held up by congress when treasury officials were at work to put Cash Must *Be Heady for Distribution, \/nder Aldrich -Vreeland Act, *By the Time Congress Meets—Hobu the XOorK. o_f Getting Money in Shape Is Accomplished. In the meantime the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 October 1908

Ul : , 1 lat. usuaUy se eon mplate ongeat j !ew Eng s fathe^ e fat: der. y posd awe iomestlc lad sp ild ma at th< a ostor fection it har term term,] Cit ed bj authq Ings j Nat Wa ri ./ 01 % ■ 1\ jf ed The inf forts to s; §§' tatlon ha' fondness > i powerful on a pilla ony a fev ■were moi turned o away. Th light, and a curre: exhaus "glared f yere i J jight. are but hf, ne< fie jut zoi in th« hir for we he: hu an th: th Ei wl pr< ini on If tti wl M, P« «h '• VIII' I'WIMlHHWHIII' w? iflfli*. The Best Place to *Make Our Store Vdur Headquarters on Circus Day -*1 Trade is T. A. White's The Popular Store. IS NOW ON= Your Money's Worth— or Your "MnSy Bifck" Good Qoods—Reasonable prices This Store is growing in favor dnd patronage, and we are constantly studying the every need of our great host of Customers. We try at all times to give the best val- ues that it is possible to obtain, realizing that quality is the cornerstone of every permanent successful business. For without me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 October 1908

\ ( I <17* i. VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. 4 ** ' I have arranged for western capital whereby 1 am enabled to make loans on Real Estate ' direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer. Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. vet i; ittn: The will W. E. Bonner, is in San An- tonio taking in the big fair. R. H. Keeling left Tueschy afternoon for the north on some special business. He has written about eight new applications for the .Praetorians here and hopes to get back in a few days and continue the good work. Wagons, good ones, half cash balance next year. J. J. Beckham. Mrs. C. T. Harris has returned from a visit in Freestone. Mr. Will Newell and daughters Misses Inez and Lila, from Cor- pus Christi are visiting relatives here. Brin your hides, wool and beeswax and get the highest cash ' price.—C. Felz. Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Mimms have returned from a visit to friend...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 October 1908

I' HI L ?■' m UM. i In the a«vv for- ontology, which winning converts In rly lady has set up in Mr, where she reads ca- ln the noses presented to her. rybody has a nose, and this new .hod of Its examination appeals' to crMulow. The old lady looks at visitor's *nose through a mtoro- e, and aha finds better Indications '<h* aarks ®n<i lumps than ever she before in the lines of the band. Good Jokes K t O! ^ (Motto, dipping his pencil in red piunt and using his elbow as a pivot, ' had Just drawn a perfect circle. "See his fine Italian hand!" ex- claimed the enthusiastic bystanders. Thereafter, as we learn from the cyclopedias, Giotto moved In the most exclusive art circles. A Great Educational Work la now being done by the manufactur- ers of K. C. Baking Powder. They are giving away a beautiful cook book to every one of our iady readers. Write lor it to-day. It is worth $5 to any housekeeper. See ad. in another part ol this paper. Perils. "Isn't there danger," said the timid nan, ...

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