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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 May 1911

The Texas Hog iW V / ,/H 1 i *./.•••'s:*ry-; • •' lk<* ' 1 BANK OUNT >W4 ;SuJ CfpyriBht IOC1*, bv C, R Co.--N > 62 IN time of Distress, no matter the cause, a bank account will render its aid, and it is at such times that those without one re= gret their folly for not sooner heeding their adjunction to have one. Start a bank account today. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital, $50,000; Surplus, $10,000 Jos. Nussbaum, Pres. W. L. Murphy, V. P. David Murphy, Cashier Be Up=To=Date Use A Typewriter Some More Expensive But None Better Than The Blickensderfer The No. 8 is the Latest Model and it possesses all the Modern Typewriter improvments such as tab- ulater, back spcaer, and is by far the simplest and easiest running'type writing machine on the mark- et and it costs much less than others We have used one of the No. 7 machines for ten years and now have a No. 8. andVill be glad to show it tc any one interested. Sold on easy payments. For particulars'apply at ^n.s ' *fice. GOOD POSITIO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 May 1911

RFiK y!.' f* " n THE HERALD Published Every Thur«d«y. N. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $1.00. Blx Months 60 Three Months 25. intered as second-class matter March I, 1908, at the poatofflce at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 la. 4 la. 1 yr. 1 Page 112.00 $22.00 %Vj-00 $500.00 ^■ " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 issue—per inch 20 cents. ■ 3R cents. 4 issues—per Inch 50 cents. PAPERS CONSOLIDATED. A deal was closed Saturday whereby we have bought out the business, good will and plant of the Weekly Enterprise. We will consolidate the two weeklies, and by this change will be able to give the people of this section one good paper—better than either have been able to issue in the past, as the expense will be reduced, and the increased^adver- tising patronage will justify us in devoting more time to the ed- itorial and news features of the weekly. We will als...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 May 1911

y* v V i V \ ■MWtribi Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Keal Estate diiect 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 hh Local and Personal. WANTED, work by a colored man not afraid to work. Have good recommendations as to char acter and energy.—Richard Burt, Route 5, Box 48. Mexia. Get fresh drugs and cold drink at Roller's Drug Store. Mrs. Chas. Clark has returned from a visit to relatives in Corsi- eana. Be sure to see the watches in Pittman's show window and then come inside and get prices. Miss Ella Storey of Dallas, and Miss Jewell Storey of Wortham, who have been visiting the family of Judge M. S. Clark, have re- turned to their home*. Fancy Parasols, the most com- plete line you have seen just re- ceived at Hickman's. The uity council held a called ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 May 1911

■ 1 M. I I"). ' K" am r HANSEN & SORENSEN DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUM ENTS AND We sell Edison und vou the freight. SHFFT MUSIC Victor l'honogr&phs at factory prices and save : Also keep supplies and do repairing. \M. BESS First Class Bakery and Groceries in Connection HANSEN & SORENSEN BEWARE OF INITIATIONS Come to the MODEL CAFE For High Priced TOUGH MEAT Ladies be sure and come to see me CHI S, LEWIS, Proroiielof MEXIA AIRDOME OPEN EVEHY NIGHT CHANGE of PICTURES EVERY NIGHT Admission 5 and 10 cents Photos Do you want a good pic ture of the Baby. Bring it to Robins' Phoio Studio 1 make a specialty of the whole family. Come one! Come all! MUE WOMaCK FISH & PRODUCE Buy &nd Sell Vege- tables of] all Kinds Located opposite from City Hall Oil Burning Route On Time" Direct line to St. Louis and Kansas City 8 TRAINS O BETWEEN O Houston and Dallas Daily "THE OWL'7 Latest New Train "THE HUSTLER" Train De Luxe For Kansas City. St. Louis Chicago TEXAS INDUSTRIAL NOTES A. C....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 May 1911

e Have the Goods \TO HELP COUNTRY GIRLS UNCLE SAM HELPS THE TEXAS FARMER LMOST every express brings to my store . something new in the clothing line, and —- most every other department is being re- plenished with the latest in fashion. I / n « MTC a r*i w We can fit any and all Men and Boys in any style and price Pant. Our stock is theswellest we have ever shown. SHOES Complete line Men's, La- dies'and Children's Shoe*, in every last and style. HATS Almost anv imaginable shape and design in Men's, Bovm' and Children's Hats. PAT B. JONES BEST IN THE WORLD tHE Singer Sewing Machine IT IS ECONOMY TO GET THE BEST—A cheaply made sewing machine is dea.- at any price, because faulty in action, liable to break and difficult to operate. THE BEST NEEDLES for all makes of sew- ing machines are made by the Singer Manufac- turing Company, and sold at Singer stores in every city. Price 5 cents per package. DON'T USE POOR OIL—For use on sewing machines, bicyles and all purposes requiring a fine lu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 May 1911

m « AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS When you pur- chase a corset you want one that has STYLE It is equally im- portant that the same corset be COMFORTABLE and if you can al- so have one that WEARS WELL and that corset can be bought at a | REASONABLE PRICE ' ONE DOLLAR UP you have all Ihe requisites of a splendid corset. AMBRICAN BEAUTY CORSETS uavw ovoijr W1K> C,' excel- lent features and many more. Every improvement as exacted by fashion is combined ih thesa drvtnty garments For ?ai R. E. HiCKm^U iVlexia. i'c:..a A. & M. BULLETIN I CITATION BY PUBLICATION. CATARRH &Y'S .Mam rHAYFEVER balw *£ st- Ely's Cream Balm Sure to Cive Satisfaction. cives rilicf at It cleanses, soothe*, heals nrd ; ■ < ' j the dlseawd membrane rexnltin;.; ( • . Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho Eead ruioklv. Restores the Senses of Taste aud" Smell. Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Large Size, 50 cents at Druyirfsta or by mail. Liquid Cream Balm for use...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 May 1911

w • wrf : See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, UFE and TORNADO Insurant:, ne*ia, lexaa. m ™ i \ \ it ■i- e 'i IS y The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Year. MEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1911. SI.00 Per Yew S3 Igs M ISlli ''' — MEXICANS FIGHT iAVARO HAS is FOR JUAREZ REBELS DISREGARD MEDERO AND BATTLE INTO TOWN Take Important Positions, but Fail to Dislodge Gen. Navarro who Defends Place with Federals FIVE PEOPLE KILLED ON TEXAS SIDE ifccJ*; Bullets Cross River Into El Paso With Fatal Results. Battles at Various Pointt Despite Manifesto Issued by President Diaz. EL PASO, Tex., May 8.—Insurbordination in the ranks of Gen. Madero's ariuy and a lust for the fight which federal con- cessions apparently had deprived them caused a fierce attack on Juarez, which culminated tonight in a careful retreat of the insurrectos, after a day of continuous skirmishing. The 150 rebels who early toilay opened fire on the Federals not only captured some of the important outposts, but carried the fighting int...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 May 1911

It UNIVERSITY Of TEXAS i s ■ PRODUCTION OF COAL ANI LIGNITE IN TEXAS IN 1910. Statistic* of the production of coal and lignite in Texas for the! year 1910 have been collected by this Bureau. "While the final fig- ures may be somewhat different from these, yet it is not thought that they will materially alter those now given. The production of coal was 1,- 128,947 short tons, valued at $2,- 829,389, or an average value, at the mines, of $2.51 per ton, an in- crease of 14 cents a ton over the average value in 1909. In 1908 these figures were 1,047,407 tons, valued at $2,580,991, and in 1909 1,144,108 tons, valued at $2,71^,- 630. During the last ten years the total production of coal has been 8,844.207 short tons, valued at $19,576,335.* The coal producing counties are; Erath, Jack, Maverick, Palo Pinto, Parker, "Webb, Wise and Young. The Rio Grande Coal Field, comprising the counties of Mav- erick and Webb produced in 191C 215,328 tons, valued at $503,867, '"r or $2.34 a ton. The Nor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 May 1911

\ BANK OUNT mmr v. /•" \ \ 1M4. b? C. E. 7irnm rimn Co --N> *C IN time of Distress, no matter the cause, a bank account will render its aid, and it is at such times that those without one re- gret their folly for not sooner heeding their adjunction to have one. Start a bank account today. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital, $50,000; Surplus, $10,000 Jos. Nussbaum, Pres. >V. L. Murphy, V. P. David Murphy, Cashier JUST RECEIVED f A shipment of good mares and driving horses. Will sell reasonable. Parties needing good stock will do well to see us at once. KEELING ®. HANKS At Old Fenner Barn MEXIA, TEXAS fr ADAMS HARDWARE Is the place to buy your Hardware. Crockery, Gran- ite and Tinware, Galvanized Cisterns, Roofing. Guttering Plumbing. Bicycles and Bi- cycle supplies Manufacturers of Sheet Metal Goods c Give us your orders for Gutterings and Cisterns now in time to catch the spring rains. Post Card Coupon Clip this Coupon and bring to the Office of this paper with 10c cents, and receive...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 May 1911

*v';' r?' • "" •if '<• ...... THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $1.00. Six Months .£>0 Three Months 25. Jittered as second-class matter March B, 1908, at the postofflce at Mezla, fexas, under the act ol Congress of March 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES "1 issue I Page $12.00 " 7.50 " 4.50 2 Is. $22.uo 13.00 7.50 4 Is. $4V0u 24.00 14 00 1 yr JbuO.OO 30.0u 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Pase. 1 Issue—per inch 20 cents. I Issue* —per inch 35 cents. CONSOLIDATED. "With this issue of the Herald the consolidation with the AVeek- ly Enterprise, recently bought from Nelson & Son, is perfected, and the subscription list of the Enterprise has been added to that of the Herald. As stated last week through the last issue of the Enterprise, all who had paid in advance for the Enterprise will be given credit for time and will receive the Herald for the full time they had paid for the Enterprise, and all who were behind with the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 May 1911

KARNER & PHILLIPS r The Leaders for 28 Years KARNER & PHILLIPS The Leaders for 28 Years KARNER & PHILLIPS v V * A v Our Annual MayjSale A Notable Savings Evcnt French Lawn inches regular Annual STARTS SATURDAY iVORNING, MAY THE 13th It is an event of great importance—a sale of just the things you want and need for the present wear—at wonderfully low prices, way under what you would pay in a regular way. It will be to your interest to lay in a season's supply while these low prices prevail. Note carefully all the items listed on this naorp—they represent only a few of the many good values you may expect here. Lawns—Big va of patterns—all col- worth during this Annuai Sale the yard Boys Suits Reduced Bring your boy in and fit him out in one of these nice Spring Suits at a big saving. These Suits are the very newest styles in the well-known "Lord Baltimore" make and are just the kind it takes to stand the hard wear the boys give them. $8.75 Boys Knickerbocker Suits now $6.5...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 May 1911

"<. 1 i I H' HANSEN & SORENSEN DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SH FET MUSIC We sell Edison and you the freight. Victoi' Phonographs at factory prices and save ; Also keep supplies and do repairing. First Class Bakery and Groceries in Connection HANSEN & SORENSEN BEWARE Of INITIATIONS Corue to the model cafe For High Priced tough meat Ladies bo sure and come to see me till S, IBIS, Ptnii* IA DYNE-WHITE | e — MEKIA AIRDO E open ever.y night CHANGE of PICTURES EVERY NIGHT Admission 5 and 10 cents TOLLiE WOMAGK FISH 6* PRODUCE Buy a.nd Sell Vege- tables of all [Kinds Located opposite from City Hall Mexia W. H. VACCA ,: J # ^Watchmaker, Jeweler and Graduate Opti- tician at MEXIA DRUG CO. STORE All Work Promptly Done And Guaranteed Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Front rooms of Knights of PvthiasjHall. ' 'Office phone, 143-1 ring; residence phone, 143-2 rings. Texa-s Drs.Chas. L. and H.C, Watson DENTISTS Offices over Anderson Furniture Company Office Phone 46; Residence# 73 and 74...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 May 1911

.I <■ '/ . / \ / 5 lie >- lie ne hi- on We Have the Goods A LMOST every express brings to my store something new in the clothing line, and most every other department is being re- plenished with the latest in fashion. SHOES ! HATS Complete line Men's, La- i Almost anv imaginable dies' and Children's Shoes, j shape and design in Men's, in every last and style. | Boys' and Children's Hats. PANTS We can fit any and all Men and Boys in any style and price Pant. Our stock is the swellest we have ever shown. PAT B. JONES COURT HOUSE NEWS SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. BEST IN THE WORLD TflE Singer Sewing Machine IT IS ECONOMY TO GET THE BEST—A cheaply made sewing machine is dear at any price, because faulty in action, liable to break and difficult to operate. THE BEST NEEDLES for all makes of sew- ing machines are made by the Singer Manufac- turing Company, and sold at Singer stores in every city. Price 5 cents per package. From Groesbeek Journal. Marriage License...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 May 1911

m I I 1 t 5RICAN BEAUTY CORSETS When you pur- chase a corset you want one that has STYLE It ts equally Im- portant that the same corset be comfortable and if you can al- so have one that wears well and that corset can be bought at a reasonable price ON DOLLAR UP you have all the requisites of a ; V splendid corset. ''' AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS ' excel- I 3nt features and many more. Every improvement as exacted by fashion is combined tn these drVnty garments For Sale by R. E. HICKMAN, Mexia, Texas ■nnmm m mmm i CA'ARRH *3.4-2* . i* & III ® rfi-ag? jiiiiii ! 5* s < ■ E*!£ E ® a-r-q e s 8"* o%3§ .f-M fel HAY FEVER El Y'S CREAM BALM Applied into tha nostrils is qulckiy absorbed. jIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals and protects the diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. It is easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs.. So mercury, no cocaine, no mor- phino. The household remedy. Pric&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 May 1911

..li •"■'9 ' : : ■■'V; " " t'wy - ' / J0« AXVfr CO J.. \ I I f I .. See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LKFE and TORNADO Insura*rve, Hexia, lexas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. ««■ mrl-ivrr.mT^XT-ArinTiiirli.-l.iVr-wtvi., ,,,ii #1 rtA O- Twelfth Year. MEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY] MAY 18, 1911. 11.00 Per Yml TO MOVE ON CHI111A TWO THOUSAND MEN ARE ADVANCING ON THE COMMUNITY FROM THE SOUTH. TEXAN DKUTALLYTREATED August Beckman, of Gillespie County, Texas, Roughly Handled by the Rebel Bands. In the territory adjacent to| ami south of Torreon, towns have' been invaded, stores looted, rail- j ways and telegraphs destroyed' nn<l tho MKa politico have been I killed. v The authorities do not conceal their belief that conditions' around Torreon, and large sec'-] tion of the country embracing! the cities of Zactateeas, Durango J Aguas Calientes and Parral, is fast becoming a greater menace to the Federal government than Madero's forces. —— ■ - i Chihuahua, Mexico, May 10.— Via El Paso, Tex., May 12.—Two...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 May 1911

. • yr-wy ■ f v: *> r' ' 4 ' m i LINEN AND LIN- GERIE SHOWER scheme was carried out through- out the decorations and ferns, and shaded candles also adorned the buffet while the corners of the room and between the win dows were banked with growing Notable among the prenuptiai affairs complimentary to the bride:fl'i,s' r? ** -unlit* ,ac A dainty salad course was elect, Miss fannette \Vlnte, was ? .. , •, served, by little Misses Mary LI* a linen and lingerie shower given J . nT, •- i i> i- at w , ,„j eanor McKenzie, AVill-Etta White by Mioses Pauline McKenzie and; ' J 1 Amda Adams and Mary Beth Al- „ about sixty in were assembled Ernestine Alderman at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Tracy McKenzie The hall and spacious parlors •were tastefully decorated with put-plants and cut flowers, mak- ing a fitting setting for the bevy of fair maidens number, who there. "A Rag Romance" was a uni- que feature of the afternoons en- tertainment, Folders were distributed among the guests, having prin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 May 1911

WW * 1 ;* t* A < - |i- I" its N. ;he ho ill ■ajr ie«- •ny i r BANK OUNT ELF EVERY MEMBER \ v jag f'.m -TIM «s «'■ iu - . . • • *> fYfrffteht 1°^. NC.r ' Cr> --?!■ N time of Distress, no matter the cause, a bank account will render its aid, and it is at such times that those without one re= gret their folly for not sooner heeding their adjunction to have one. Start a bank account today. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital, $50,000; Surplus, $10,000 Jos. Nussbaum, Pres. W. L. Murphy, V. P. David Murphy, Cashier CAf JUST RECEIVED A shipment of good mares and driving horses. Will sell reasonable. Parties needing good stock will do well to see us at once. KEELING ®. HANKS At Old Fenner Barn MEXIA, TEXAS lF= ADAMS HARDWARE Is the place to buy your Hardware. Crockery, Gran- ite and Tinware. Galvanized Cisterns, Roofing, Guttering Plumbing. Bicycles and Bi- cycle supplies Manufacturers of Sheet Metal Goods Give us your orders for Gutterings and Cisterns now in time to catch the spring rain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 May 1911

l.:;:J<?W'.^-MV •.'■OA'^* .': 'V*.-'-'',.. UfcflAtai* •...■ M«MWi ***** r ' ^ 'T •.* t '•> :'" ' ■ >rF7ri •; • • W 'v '•' fV • :v*-' f; ■- •' • ■ "Vi ppis |T "T' ■ "• *' \ ' wtofifi \ THE HERALD Published Evtry Thursday. N. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, One Year $1.00. Six Months &i> Three Months. 25. Jtntered as gecond-clasB matter March >, 1908, at the poetofflce at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Congress of March S. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES j issue ' S Is. 4 i". 1 T*- 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $V>.00 $500.00 % " 7.50 13.00 24.00 80.00 Ij % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.0U Less Than One uaQrter Pase. 1 Issue—per Inch 20 cents, t Issue?--per Inch 35 cents. 4 Issues—per inch 50 cents. The cotton crop of 1910 in the United States was 10,G09,G88 bale and according to the Manufactur- ers Record, the northern mills took 1,933,904 hales and the southern mills 2,341,303 bales and we exported 6,332,677 bales. Two thirds of the crop of America went to England f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 May 1911

•w . nr «0 .7 'til '&■'« I MIL J Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. • * 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 lYlexia, Texas 11IJBLL Local and Personal. 1 have several good Jersey milk cows for sale.—S. King. Mrs. T. C. Webb and baby who have been visiting her brother, S. P. Carroll, have returned to their home in Mart. Mr. James Collins, who lived in Mexia several years ago, but who has been living at Rice for the past few years, is again with us, having accepted' a position with the Mexia Drug company, i - Thursday afternoon while it V.as raining and blowing Charlie Alderman's horse broke loose anc ran east on Commerce street, completely demolishing the bug- gy- Capt. R. J. Bryant is now able to be up about the place and as he has a good app...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 May 1911

-mm rrnm <?'- HANSEN & SORENSEN DEALERS IN M USICA1 1 N STRU M ENTS AND SH EETMUSJC_ We sell Edison anil you the freight. Victor Phonographs at factory prices and save Also keep supplies and do repairing. First Class Bakery and Groceries in Connection HANSEN & SORENSEN KW -&L$ BEWARE Of INITIATIONS Come to the MODEL CAFE For High Priced TOUGH MEAT Ladies bo sure and come to see me CLAY S, LEWIS, Piororietor WHY THIS "THUSNESS" mm airdo e OPEN EVER Y NIGHT CHANGE of PICTURES EVERY NIGHT .■ y'"'>'•• : Admission 5 and 10 cents A pound ordinance is a very good thing. We all recognize the fact,* many of us have re- moved our fences, and are trying to express some civic pride in the way of planting trees, vines and flowers. One horse or cow can in a few hours destroy the worlr and growth of years. Now that pound ordinance is intended to be as binding on you as on me, and should not confine my brindle cow and not Lyour gray horse. For the past several nights a gray horse ...

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