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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 June 1911

■'W^m V \ W - I i i1" I \ piitl. L.O.T. N. RECEPTION Tuesday afternoon and evening Mexia Hive No. 5, were specially honored by having as tlieir gueets, a goodly number of the ladies of Groesbeck Hive No. 21. A Committee from the local order met the visiting ladies at the train upon their arrival and escorted them to the hall, where they ware informally received by Lady Commander, Laura T. Rog- ers, and were afterwards greeted by the entire membership with Ihe warmest of welcome. During the afternoon and ev- ening the beautiful ritualistic "work of the order was exempli- fied by both Hives. The work of the visiting guard team under the capable supervision of their genial captain, Lady Mea Proc- tor Brown showed careful train- ing, and emphasized the beauty of the floor and drill work of the order. In response to the in- vitation to repair to the re- freshment room, the visiting la- dies were seated at a bountifully laden, flower decorated table, where a dainty luncheon was served. Du...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 June 1911

I i •J;:-', z M' i/q :i iifil It rf'tke SioreSaJes P/ir? Store &72d?^;> z>fore cSclIgo Men s fine regular V 15c h a n d k e r - chiefs, each 500 pairs men s regular 15c sox, the pair yP 200 Pairs Men's extra good 25c Suspen- ders—all colors—will go in this sale as long as they last at, the pair 15c fftnuuMii&a tfe StorecSaJe# 350 pairs men's imported 50c sox —the pair Regular 25c hose supporters go at ^ prevail lur yuur tuiisiucrauun several huiiuicu apcuai licma in mic unci cm wiiiu over the county for its goodness and worth. But of most interest to all are the w Biggest and best Semi-Annual Clearing Sale. These regular Semi-Annual Sales this will be the greatest event of them all. Weeks, of careful planning, hours spent in jil there, with broken assortments, odds and ends—are the elements that enter into a s J tionsare enormous, hence the sacrifice must be greater. We are determined to makef our shelves of all surplus stocks. Our special sales stand in a class of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 June 1911

Ladies regular 10c vests go in this sale at lummar vests m r < , Table Damask Sample lengths 2, 2\ and 3 yards to the'piece—beautiful quality— regnlar 65c grade—in this sale the yard 39c h -Doors Open O'clock MrM /- ■W ■ are the wonderfully low prices which prevail throughout the entire store in this Our ual Sales of ours have always proven the premier bargain-giving events in this city, and spent in judicious buying, fortunate pick-ups of special lines, too much goods here and r into a sale of this kind which makes it such a big success. The stocks in most sec- i to make heroic price concessions. We have cut the prices right and left to clear wn-j-none have ever equaled them and the special features of this great sale are so ^est selling event ever held in Mexia—it starts June 8th and lasts for 15 selling days. ULTO BE HERE—YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU CAME $1.25 Yard Wide Black Tafiela does at 85c All other Silks are going too—if you need a silk dress you can't afford to overlook this op...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 June 1911

"''V / ™, ••T' V; '• : • •' ■*•/ ■ > ■ S$M.- ?'?•:. j. wM':r BIWABE OF INITIATIONS Come to the MODEL CAFE For High Priced TOUGH MEAT Ladies bo sure and come to see me CLAY I LEWIS, Prororietor MEXIA ID) E OPEN EVER.Y NIGHT CHANGE>/ PICTURES EVERY NIGHT Admission 5 and 10 cents W. H. VACCA *|Watchmaker, Jeweler and Graduate Opti- tician at - MEXIA DRUG CO. STORE All Work Promptly Done And Guaranteed Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST - ' Office—Front rooms of Knights of Pythias Hall. , Office phone* 143-1 sing; residence phone, 143-2 rings. "■y. * « Mexia - - Texas Drs. Chas. L. andH.C, Watson DENTISTS Offices over Anderson Furniture . Company Office Phone 46; Residences 73 end 74 MEXIA, TEXAS &TC Oil^Burning Rou "On Time" Direct line to St. Louis and Kansas City 8 JTRA1NS BETWEEN 8 Houston and Dallas Daily "THE OWL" Latest New Train it THEIHUSTLF* Train De Luxe For Kansas City. St. Louis Chicago Low Summer Tourist Rates To Points North, East. West Effective June 1, to Sept. 30 Try ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 June 1911

' \ Money to Loon ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for wedteto capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at M 'xia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment p/ivileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Alexia, Texas Local and Personal. R. E. Hickman paid DaLllaw a mijutieti& visit MtMngw*. C. J. Kaultl left Monday for Mineral Wells' on busines. Whan you want a watch or par asol see. what I have.—H. C. Rol- ler. €. Felz had business in Dallas Monday. A. W. Kennedy took in the excursion to Port Worth Monday and attended the anti rally. All goods sold engraved free.— HJ. IC. Roller. John Seale was a Fort Worth Monday. visitor in R. P. Ward took in the anti rally at Fort Worth Monday. We want to show you the best One Horse Steel Hay Press on tht market.—Jackson Bros. Co. Gus Laney of Fort Worth is visiting old time friends here. • Miss Mattie Lewis, who taught in Dubli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 June 1911

CATARRH tlw Y°RK * a. sir* t * s* ='s * * « ■§3^.5 9 "oMsjl HAY FEVER El Y'S CREAM BALM Applied Into tho nostrils is quickly absorbed. i!VES RELIEF AT ONCE. It eleHB*to, soothes, Ileal# and protects the diseusi djjiiembrauf! resulting from Catarrh ini(I dri # nwav rt 0<>M iu the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste ami Smell. drills. No mercury, no cocirine, no mor- pliiue. The household remedy. Triec,, fiO cents at Druggists or by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St.. New York. m '•■mi- ft rm and Facn There Is no better way of helnlnjr the farmer than by building factories The farmers of Texas are compelled In many Instances to ship products across the ocean In order to reach the factory. We are world factors In ag- riculture. Our cotton and wool clothes the human race; our meats supply the larder of nations and our cedents fill the granaries of the world, but we ar« In the main dependent upon other states and countries to manufacture our raw materials. The farmers of Texa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 June 1911

* <?' *4. I A H J7 lp mi A ^ee j. Saiidfoiti imitii for HIR££, LIFE arid TORNADO insurance, iiexia, lexas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. :— ' rr= 's*i ' ~~ -■ • — Twelfth Year. MEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1911. ■j* GOOD ROADS IN LAMAR COUNTY \ i / i® -J LAMAR COUNTY The above cut of Lamar coun- ty shows the district which has recently voted a bond issue of $300,000 carried by a vote of 1179 in favor of /the issue to 91 votes against it. The district is shown by a square in the centre of the county and the dotted line in the map indicates the roads that aro to be permanently improved. There are eight roads in all and the cost per mile will be $5,000. The bonds run 40 years in series of $10,000 drawing five per cent interest and are retired by a sink ing fund.of 2 1-2 cents on the $100' valuation to be taken from the regular tax levy and set aside annually for that "purpose. An interesting feature of the bund issiue of $300,000 in the Paris precinct of Lamar county is the feat that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 June 1911

ION CARNIVAL The Third Annual Cotton Car- nival, lo be heLtl in Galveston from July 29th to August 14th, is to by t'ar surpass in interest and attractiveness the two pre- ceding expositions. The first and second Galveston Cotton Car- nivals were patronized liberally by thousands of Texans from all parts of the state, as well as great numbers of visitors from Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and other contiguous states. The universal expression of opinion of these visitors, a shown through hundreds of brie! newspapers in- terviews, was that the Galveston Cotton Carnival as an institution stood unique among expositions. To make it of greater general in- terest, to. combine intelligent in- struction with that interest, is the aim of dozens of the bright- est business minds in Galveston. The grounds upon which the Carnival is to be given will be more attractive than ever. They are within less than five ihinutes walk from the new million dollar Hotel Galvez, within a few steps of the seawal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 June 1911

—m I'M 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 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. 1Q WiWM0 Mrs. Jas Lauiiiug relatives and friends in our city. Ben Smith has just received two new 5-pasgenger Ford cars for two customers at Prairie Hill. In a demonstration this morning he loaded up one of the cars with all it would hold and then put several heavy men on the steps and drove oft' down the street, showing the Fprd to be all that is claimed for it—a sub- stantial, hardy and serviceable car. Mr. Smith has sold several of these cars here within the past few weeks. Mrs. M. M. Brown of Wortham is visiting her grand-mother, Mrs. R. T. Kennedy. When you want fresh drugs call on me.—H. C. Roller. Mrs. .James Bennett has return- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 June 1911

E HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, One Year $1.00. Six Months &0 Three Months, 25. three business houses escaped am) seventy live homes were destroy- ed. The loss is estimated at half a million dollars. Highways are not, the property of one class of men, but are the property and interest of every one whether Entered as second-class matter March' ilea l ed I, 1908, at the postottice at Mexla, fwM under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 Is. 4 Is. 1 yr. I Page $12.00 $22.00 $V>.00 $500.00 44 " 7.60 13.00 24.00 80.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Pajje. I lsaue—-per Inch 20 cents, t lasuee™per Inch 35 cents. A Issues—per men 60 ceulo. THE SWEETEST GIRL. I love a pretty maiden, For her I fondly sigh; Her face so sweet I seldom greet, Of me's she very shy. 1 follow her day after day, Mid scenes of strife and squalor, If you would view this maiden, too—j Look on a silver dollar....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 June 1911

)!Sm ' -T ■ 'y l'-'v wnil——i ■ mtmhki rjui-r •p, V Men's Shirts All Men's 1.00 Soft and Negligee Shirts go in this Sale at 80c V 1" |lv Hi V YL v.': mm—c inch o ^iiiiij * All Men's 1.50 Soft and Negligee Shirts go in this Sale at $1.20 Men's Shirts All Men's 2.00 Soft Shirts go in rhis Sale at S1.45 Suspenders All our Men's regular 25c Suspenders go in this at the pair 15c Sox Your choice of 500 pair of Men's regular 25c Sox go in this Sale, the pair 19c Hats Any 3.00 Hat in the house —botn Felt and Straws go in this Sale at $2.45 Underwear All our regular 50c Under- wear goes in this Sale at the garment 39s Overalls 1.00 Headlight Overalls ro during this Sale at the pair Ties All our fine 50c Ties go in this big Sale at the low price of each 39c Boys' Shirts Boys regular 75 cent Soft Shirts go in this Sale at each 59c Boys' Shirts Your choice of .any our regular 50c Boys' Soft Shirts in this sale each e each 39< . Men's Gloves About 3 dozen pair Men's regular 75c work gloves wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 June 1911

ft w iiiK Photos Do'you want a "good pic* ture of the Baby. Bring it to Robins' Photo Studio 1 make a specialty of the whole family. Come one! Come all! i/A A STATEMENT Oil^Burning Ro 1 "On Time" Direct line to St. Louis and Vnnnno P.ltw 8 [TRAINS 8 BETWEEN Houston and Dallas Daily 44 "THE OWL Latest New Train THE HUSTLED" Train De Luxe For Kansas City. St. Louis Chicago Low Summer Tourist Rates To Points North, East. West Effective June 1, to Sept. 30 Try a Trip to Colorado For tickets and further| information call on agents of H. & T. C. Railroad or address ' T. J, Anderson, Gen'l Pass, Agt. Houston. Texas. BEWARE OF IMMIONS Come to the MODEL CAFE For High Priced TOUGH MEAT Ladies be sure and come to see me CLAY S, LEWIS, Prororietor W. H. VACCA { J * ■ : *8Watchmaker, Jeweler and Graduate Opti- tician at MEXIA DRUG CO. STORE All Work Promptly Done And Guaranteed Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front rooms of Knights of PythiasjHall. Office phone, 143-1 ling; residence phone,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 June 1911

WW ItitttiB:,;, ' • iM f ■Jji ■ • 1 j*} rm J / l i \! / GOVERNOR JUBSOf HARMON OF OHIO Tly A. V. A'BE'RJVETHy l COLUMBUS, ().- | Special. | - When the bribery charges against members of the Ohio general assembly exploded with tbe suddenness and force of a bomb and went scores on a hunt for lawyers Governor Judson Harmon took the same view of the personality of guilt that he did wheu he reported to Pres- ident Roosevelt that Paul Morton, a member of his cabinet, had been guilty ■of granting rebates while an officer of tbe Santa Fe railroad. "Guilt Is always personal," said Harmon to Roosevelt, and he resigned nis com- mission to Investigate rebating be cause Teddy whs Inclined to shield Morton. A few hours after the bribery charges were filed the Ohio executive sent out an order that no man should be spared in the legislative boodllng lnvestiga tion. Party and eveu personal friend ■ships must be set ijside, the governor said, and the entire situation cleaned up. Throughout nineteen y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 June 1911

HAY FEVER El Y'S CREAM BALM Appllod Into th« nostrils Is quickly absorbsd. 4IVB8 RELIEF AT ONOE. It ol#aiises, soothes, heals uud protects the diseiisi'il membrane resulting from Catarrh ami ilris'os away u Gold iu the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste nud Smell. It is easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. No meroury, no oocaiue, no mor- phiuo. Tilt-' b.Misenoid remedy. Priei-, 50 eeuts at Druggists or by mail. ELY BROTHERS. 56 Warrsn St.. New York FOR SIX MONTHS SERVICE Scheme to Popularize Army With Young Men of America Suggested by Chief of Staff. Doomed to Torment. Mr. P. C. Keever, Aberdeen Mi<ss.t writes: "For years I suffered from a form of eczema which made life a burden. 1 thought I was doomf- ed to perpetual torment here be low, but your Hunt's Cure res cued me. One box did /the work, and the trouble has never return- ed. Many, many thanks." Hunt's Cure is guaranteed! Price 50c. ATTENTION GIN AND AUTOMOBILE OWNERS We have established in Mexia a complete Mac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 June 1911

J fS' ■p. I r m % rv :3ee j. £>uiiUt'ord ; ttiith lor HRb, LlHE and TORNADO Insurawr^, / icxiu, icxua> The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Year. MEXIA: TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1911. 91.00 Per Tmu a & m mm The many inquiries being tlie ticks and the average hen house can not be made gas-tight. Parties \<rho do not have the blue bug among their fowls, or who have cleared their premises re-jof the pest, shouuld be careful martin dies' ceived by Wilnion Newell, State not to secure fowls from where Entomologist, at the A. & M. Col-! the blue bug occurs. It is safest, lege of Texas, College Station,! when securing chickens, from el- Texas, regarding the "blue bug" indicate that this this, pest of poultry is more severe than usual the present spring. lu response to these inquiries Mr. Newell has just issiued the following special bulletin on the subject. The "Blue Bug" is prevalent in some parts of Texas and is a source of much annoyance and loss to poultry owners. Where th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 June 1911

—- Rarest bird in the world jttroat Bird of Paradlae, Exhibited In I London, May Ba Last 8ecti There For Many Years. The king among the more than 2,000 Ibtrda which will be on view at the Lon- (ton Cage Bird association's annual ■how, at the Royal Horticultural hall, Westminster, Is a handsome specimen Df the greater bird of paradlue in full plumage. It belongs to Mr. R. Pauwels, a famous Belgian amateur collector, land to worth 17,600. Mr. Pauwels has brought the bird to England in company with other valua- ble rarities, especially for the present ■how. His exhibits Include a black- capped lory, a Cuban woodpecker, a pair of white mynahs and a pair of Sky-blue budgerigars, most of which are new to the English show bench. The greater bird of paradise domi- nates them all, however, and It is prob- iehlct that ui nth*r sneclmen of its "breed will be seen for many years at an exhibition In this country owing to the decree which came into force on July 1 last prohibiting the export of b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 June 1911

s ilpv;''rlS A\ \L' i, } eSSEH k : A SURPRISE PARTY — One of the events in social circles Friday afternoon wa.s a suurprise party given to Mrs. M. L. McDonald by Misses Lucy Beckham! and Mary Ellington. The event being a celebration of the former's birthday. Mrs. Islington invited Mrs. McDonald to spend the day with her and all unexpectingly she left her portals at 9.30; when she returned at 5.30 what a change? Xo sooner was she out of sight than the mice began to play and everything was transformed into a bower of beauty. At 5.30 the guests had arrived; a few minutes later she in com- pany with Mrs. Ellington stepped over the portals of her home and the many happy surprises and the beautifuul presents awaiting hei). The rooms weire beautifully dec orated in pot flowers and ferns. The dining table was a thing of beauty in green and white. A .beautiful centre piece in pond lilj design covered the centre on which was placed a beautiful punch bowl; around this centre were festoons of g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 June 1911

H,;p? . " ■; , 1 HERALD The PS®, ■_ fist; f / i^n : a ; '-^K '■ if: "mi ffffl Published Every Thurtday. H. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. 8UB8CRIPTION RATES. One Tear *1.00. Six Mouths &0 Three Months, 26. JktAred as second-class matter March I, 1908, at the poatoftlce at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Congress ol March S. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 Is. 4 Is. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $4/>.00 $ 500.00 ft •' 7.60 13.00 24.00 % " 4.60 7.50 14.00 uaQrter Page 1 issue—per Inch 20 cents. 8 tasue" —per inch 35 cents. I Issues—per Inch 60 cents. j Bryan is I plain, as papers that arc ;c, v,.wi say in i 30.00 176.00 Contract has been let to a San Antonio, firm for the con- struction of the new Federal Building at Victoria. o Portugal is said to be on the verge of another revolution find the boy king will make an ef- fort to regain his throne. o An election has been called for June 26th at Rosenberg for the purpose of voting bonds to the amount of $75,000 for building good ro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 June 1911

A, V \/ i y\ 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 Mexia, Texas I well / V "-T S.'.fga Local and Personal. Jewell Boxes 25c at Pittpaan's. The pianos arcs being moved of the Music Store and slap- ped back to Dallas where th«*y have put on a big sale. Mr. Bowman, the manager here, says they did a very nice business and sold several fine instruments. Work on Ros'co Coo progresses. The holt i more than 500 fetjrt deep now When you want first ciaiss jew- elry, gee what I have.—H. C. Rol- ler. Mrs. cana is parents, OorleJ'. Liston Tatum of Corsi- in the city visiting her Mr. -and Mrs. John R. J. E. Parker of Teague spent Sunday in the city. Liston Tatum was down from Corsicana Sunday visiting his wife. 1 "When you wan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 June 1911

' : , ). •5! hotos u Do you Willit a ]|good pic- ture of the Baby. Bring It to Robins' Photo Studio I make a specialty of the whole family. Come one! Come all! Oil^Burning Roi "On Time" Direct line to St. Louis and Kansas City 8 '.TRAINS 8 BETWEEN Houston and Dallas Dally it yy "THE OWL" Latest New Train THE|HUSTLF^ Train De Luxe For Kansas City. St. Louis Chicago Low Summer] Tourist Rates To Points North, East. West Effective June 1, to Sept. 30 Try a Tripjto Colorado For tickets and further| information call on agents of H. & T. C. .Railroad or address T. J. Anderson, Gen'l Pass, Agt. Houston. Texas i PRiilBllllIN AND THE SABBATH Representative Leach, in a Letter to* the Houstou Post Con- demns Sunday Rallies for the Amend- ment. BEWARE OF IMTIATIONS Come to the MODEL For High Priced TOUGH CAFE MEAT Ladies bo sure and come to see me CLAY S, LEWIS, Prororieior - W. H. VACCA c, .Watchmaker, Jeweler and Graduate Opti- tician at MEX1A DRUO JP- STORE All Work promptly Done And Guar...

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