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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 June 1911

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 June 1911

• kiii -1 I ■ 11 F •J.u: roR c?vs m HAY FEVER _■« f S<? B * 8 ll? Biil£ HAY FEVER El Y'S CREAM BALM Applied Into tha nostrils l quickly absorbed. {IVES RELIEF AT ONQE. It cleanses, soothes, lieuls ami protects the diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh and drives nway a Cold in the Heatl quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. It is--easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. No mercury, no cocaine, no mor. phiue. The household remedy. Price-. 50 cents at Druggists or by mail. ELY BROTHEHS, 66 Warren Si.. Ksw York DISTRICT COURT JURORS ). if. llarpn Children Cry for Fletchers BOULDER. COLO. CHAUTAUQUA SPECIAL NEWS SERVICE The Government and the Ria Grande. « The War Department's recent orders prohibiting new irrigation companies from taking water from the Rio Grande carries with it the suggestion that the govern ment expects to improye this wa- terway and make it navigable for vessels of War, .but nature evidently intended it should be a commercial body of water. This s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 June 1911

m' V v a v m >' I :>ee J. Sandford ^rrdth tor HRti, LIFE and TORNADO Insura^vc, i ie*ia iexaa. The Mexia-Weekly Herald. Twelfth Year. MEXLA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1911. 11.00 Par Ymi -O XJ- % > ** $ OMMHOUL llOIITillM Tirm The Road Grader in Texas is Gainesville, double tracking the fast becoming the leading imple- ment in, <Jtir development and is taking its position with the plow and the hammer in building our civilization. We are lead- ing all states in the Union in road building and the movement now lounched for constructing a black land belt The total mile- age of the trunk lines approxi- mate 630 miles and the lateral lines which will be required to complete the comprehensive sys- tem contemplated will add many times more miles to the roadway and will pierce the heart of the public highway from the Red agricultural region of the State.1 River to the Gulf surpasses any! This roadway system when road construction projeat now on completed will serve 50,000,00C the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 June 1911

I I 1 i AS SEEN BY A TEXAS WOMAN erty of the railroad until It is In the hands of the purchaser. By Mrs. M :y Winn Smoot. If towns can be said to possess per ■onalitles, each town that I visited in Boys Art Not Protected at all Oklahoma seemed to have a separat«| a hoot l 'K«tr is arrested it may and distinct personality all its own; and a general expression of the citizen- ship in each place seemed to partakt Of the Individuality of the town's com- mercial Interests. Tulsa, for Instance, and likewise Sapulpa, Is Interested largely in ttie development of its oil coal and gas fields and public senti- ment is controlled by those who hav Invested their capital In these indua- HHi and prosperous in the last five years from the development of its natural re- sources and this has been accomplish- ed by eastern capitalists who have in- vested their money in these industries, and have made Tulsa what she is, a prosperous, thriving, growing town ol 20,000 in five years' time, cosmopoli- tan ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 June 1911

„ , . \' '' is*** m B, T m mtUKm .4' •ti' '■ 1 m-sr-: hmm ■ ■-V ■""" '■'/ . , >V(' Wmi", . mm usmmMsmm Mexia Weekly Herald, Texas Farm ^ -■M and Ranch and Hollands Magazine, All three papers one year for 1' . ' ' 1 | Here'you get the Count j tv> ? Farm | 8) Notes, and Good Family Reading-, all g for a triffle. , Weekly & | 1 i,-i • • Tf . . r i". m 4. " • " . !* * ii >f,i f I ir*' t I •. ■ *1 «*t -< * • ' j..- i*. *.*M\ I' ' C44 • ii • M'1 . • "'!. • ? . , • . '• < • -«•••- #, ■ ji^n 'pm ' * 1 * . MMHti, 4...' <*4*** *, • w: . \ Si i,f

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 June 1911

Photos Do you want a ,good pic- ture of the Baby. Bring; ,It*o Robins' Photo Studio 1 make a specialty of the whole family. Come one! Come all! OirBurning I > i "On Time" Direct line to St. Louis and Kansas City o STRAINS o BETWEEN O o Houston and Dallas Daily •• " / "THE OWL" Latest New Train "THEIHUSTLF^" Train'De Luxe For Kansas City, St. Louis Chicago Low Summary Tourist Ratos To Points North, East. West Effective June|l, to Sept. 30 Try aUTripJto'Colorado For tickets and£further| information call on agentsjof H.J&7T. C- ^Railroad or address T. J, Anderson, ^Gen'l Pass, Agt. Houston, Texas. CATARRH III « U f "fill Y-FEVER * °o«|5|l mm HAY FEVER EIY'S CREAM BALM Applied Into the nostril* I* quickly absorbed. JIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanse*, soothes, heals and protects the diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores the Menses of Taste and Smell. ^ is easy to use. Contains no injurious drtI^, No mercury, no cocaine, no mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 July 1911

''S*^'V';v'' r' t ■' : ■ '\'Y . ' * • .. ;.W; ;•$&/-> -,-v m. : "4 \ . \ :>ee J. band ford Mnith for I IRL, LiHIi and TORNADO lnsura> vc, i icAia, I exas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Year. MEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULV 6, 1911. $1.00 Per Ymi \ / ,N COURT HOUSE NEWS SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. From Groesbeck Journal. Marriage Licenses. Gussie Willis to Walter Cole- man. Lillin<'h to Bethel Varuer. Meelie DeLose to Jim Allen. 'Murphy D. Carville to R. M. Morgan. Georgie Walton to Edward Campbell. Leona Matysiak^to Stiney Wis- neinuko. Viola Fox to G. D. Runnels. Laura Moss to A. W. Boney. Bertie Ruby to Ernest Mack. Laura B. Jones to S. D. Wood. Eliza Henry to Fred Turner. Lillie Carr to Sam Rufus. Mamie Hood! to C. C. Ayers. Fannie Malone to J. D. Sliipp. Lula Winn to Davis Flax. Dela Morrill to Alex Leavis. Hattie Reed to Hutch Harper. Mary Johnson to A. E. Cundiff Mamie Brown to Floreezelle 9|mith. Winter Jordan to Monroe Boyd. County Court...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 July 1911

BB MOST TERRIFFIC BATTLE nODERN TIMES Will Start Saturday, July the 8th The battle will rage for the masses—20 days regardless of cost or value! 20 days! We find at this time our stock twice too large; therefore, one half our stock must go. Never in the history of Mexia have the people had the opportunity of buying new high grade merchandise at such ruinous prices. It will be the greatest upheaval of bargains within the walls of our city since she came on earth. The whole town will be awake. We propose to pour out to the people in the next 20 days, beginning Saturday, July 8th, and Ending: at Midnight July 31st $25,000.00 Worth of the Newest High Gra.de Merchandise in this community to sell a.t the lowest prices the people ever heard of. This immense stock will be sold without reserve. We are doing this in order to bring thousands of people here. It will pay them. We have sent word to them and they will see the greatest chance they ever saw before in this city. When they enter our d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 July 1911

} WW : - ^,...1... ,r ay, ,...,.■ .... ... ....'...-...J Velie Carriage Co Manufacturers of The Wrought Iron Line ■HL2£*..... MOLINE, ILL. There is more actual value in the VELIE WROUGHT IRON LINE Than can be found in any other make of vehicles, conseqently fewer repair bills. The best Pleas- ure Conveyance Manufactured. Ask your neigh- bor wjio owns and enjoys one of the finest ob- tainable. Metal Works Made in|8lacksmitli Shop—Not in Foundry Call and examine the new 1911 styles before buying. Manufactured by Velie Carriage Co., Moline, 111. The genuine Velie Wrought Iron Vehicles are sold by Klotz & Yeldell, MEXIA, TEXAS. i Jt\ HANSEN & SORENSEN DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SHEET MUSIC We sell Edison and Victor Phonographs at factory prices and save you the freight. :: Also keep supplies and do repairing. First Class Bakery and Groceries in Connection HANSEN & SORENSEN DAVID MURl'HY KMII.E NUSSBAUM MURPHY &. NUSSBAUM FIRE INSUBiNCE ASEWTS We represent the fol...

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

. "■■' ' f •;•' ' ' ■ ."J ." ... *'•• •' •'•• ' v • 'V ' •*•.' r ... ■> •> ; THE MOST — TERRIFFIC BATTLE OF riODERN TIMES Will Start Saturday, July the 8th The battle will rage for the masses—20 days regardless of cost or value! 20 days! We find at this time our stock twice too large; therefore, one half our stock must go. Never in the history of Mexia have the people had the opportunity of buying new high grade merchandise at such ruinous prices. It will be the greatest upheaval of bargains within the walls of our city since she came on earth. The whole town will be awake. We propose to pour out to the people in the next 20 days, beginning Saturday, July 8th, and Ending at Midnight July 31st $25,000.00 Worth of the Newest High Gra.de Merchandise in this community to sell a.t the lowest prices the people ever heard of. This immense stock will be sold without reserve. We are doing this in order to bring thousands of people here. It will pay them. We have sent word to them and t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 July 1911

jjyyj ?S*T" '>-?*¥/• f!f. V • vl Velie Carriage Co Manufacturers of The Wrought Iron Line MOLINE, ILL. There is more actual value in the VELIE WROUGHT IRON LINE Than can be found in any other make of vehicles, conseqently fewer repair bills. The best Pleas- ure Conveyance Manufactured. Ask your neigh- bor wjio owns and enjoys one of the finest ob- tainable. Mitil Works Made inlBlacksmitb Shop—Not in Foundry Call and examine the new 1911 styles before buying. Manufactured by Velie Carriage Co.. Moline, 111. The genuine Velie Wrought Iron Vehicles are sold by Klotz & Yeldell, MEXIA, TEXAS. jr X HANSEN & SORENSEN DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SHEET MUSIC We sell Edison and Victor Phonographs at factory prices and save you the freight. :: Also keep supplies and do repairing. First Class Bakery and Groceries in Connection HANSEN & SORENSEN DAVID MURI'BY RMII.K NUSSBAUM MURPHY & NUSSBAUM FlflE INSURANCE A6SWTS We represent the following reliable Companies: Northern...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 July 1911

Wl"*' rrrr ■ ■■ ewes THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HE HERALD Published Ivary Thursday. M. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. •UBRCRIPTION RATI*. On* Yon 1100. Bis Month*, BO Three Months, 26. Jhntared h aecond-clus matter March 9, IMS, at the postoftice at Mexla, fixu, coder the act o( Congrewi of March 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES 1 lMue 2 Is. 4 la. 1 jrr i Page 112.00 122.00 *46.00 I500.00 % •' 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 K " 4.50 7.60 14.00 176.00 Lest Than One uaQrter Page. I Issue—per Inch 20 cents. t Issuer -per Inch 35 cents. 4 Issues—per Inch 60 cents. PASTE IN YOUR HAT. This from the Alcalde Chroni- cle, published by prisoners in Rusk Penitentiary: "Wanted—Every man in Texas (to stay out of the penitentiary. "We don't need your services down here. You are wanted by the busy outside world, and if you will only take advantage of the opportunities that are being offered you every day success is sure to crown your efforts. That, certainly, is inside infor mation. Oh that all Texas ed- itors wo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 July 1911

' 'Mf" 2gT_,:*l : - X- J2>r «- /*S M/ 2 M A V A .(, ' •-— -r ...... ■%tA;- li', ■ -.'..•Wfa-•-'♦•*'■•.•• -.= • • - *• -• •■"-• ' '* r. M ■Mi- -V-1' ft"-" :'."} *««%;• "- " '". ■«" ^^SjiflL. 4 —"- Cool Summer Merchandise Attractively Priced While * Your Hot Weather Needs Are Urgent And Many We don't think we need to remind you of cooJ Wearables—the hot weather is the most impressive reminder we know of. What we do want to re- mind you of though, is that much of the hot weather discomfort can be lessened, to a very great extent, by dressing with the weather—so to speak. Being attired in light weight and light colored garments freshen up one's appearance and otherwise tends to help you forget the "Dog Days of Summer'' So this sale has been planned to provide unusual buying opportunities in the very sort of merchandise that every one is interested in. We have intered into the spirit of the event with enthusiasm and have brought to bear every influence that would make the sale interes...

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

■jiVY U;\J Gi (i BE DOES THE HANDSOME THING BY THE NEWLY WEDDED. They' Come To Mexia And Fit Themselves Out For House- keeping—Grandpa Gives Them The Benefit of His Experience and Foots the Bills. "Miss Summers; Polly, I-er, dare I-?" But the speaker took a header over bashfulness only to hear a swee|l, "Yes, Charley.' "Can I aspire to-er, to-that is?" Again a lapse into silence followed by an encouraging "Yes, Charley," Oil, if I might only hope to-er to!" Another failure of lan- guage; it was seemingly a hope- less case," and it might haVe been only for a demure: "Charley, I have said yes twice; if you mean it, I mean it too, and1—" And to this day that young man inr sists that he popped (the question. All this happened away down east. It wasn't long before there was a wedding; not much long- er before • there came a letter from Polly's Foxy Grandpa out in Limestone county, who wrot^ effusively of his delight at her exhibition of what he called "grit," and proposed1 if the young c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 July 1911

I m A . tfjr--' ' ■■ • -'<rr . f / Ml " e Fifteen Dqys P A \J L NOR M A N Fifteen Days MM Mid=Summer Clearance Sal^ Beginning Saturday, July uiosing July th ■ i a %j 9. i c ^ *' - "nm'.tmrwe-... «i.&**■? SBtHaanKcmnMaucHG 2*s.rzafc-*- $15,000.00 stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes Hats, Gents' Furnishings and Notions thrown ruthlessly on the market for 15 fast and furious days selling in order to reduce stock quickly. Make your plans to come to this sale, it wiii be replete with surprise bargains. "Oh, I didn't know you were selling so cheap!" is going to be a frequent expression from those who attend this sale. Do not let some one else have your share of these wonderful bargains, but come and get them yourself. Special for Saturday, July 8th Only 10 yards of good smooth quality full yard-wide Bleach- ed Domestic, only while the7 quantity on hand lasts, 10 yards for 65c Special lor Monday, July the 10th 60-inch Mercerized Table Lin- en in a beautiful pattern, selling regularl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 July 1911

Money to Loan ON IMPROVED ,, ■ :■;*$<*r N." install Follow Lo^al and Personal. Children Cry for Fletchers Continued from page O "Our visiit about 10 uncomplet <irandpa. ''diu \vi own would said I'Vx) L';iil 'to cull at tiuwai'i books •Mi's, Horace Stevens ■ h&s gone Johnson City, Tenii., 'to spend the siuiuitvr with the home; folks. VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES AND EXTENDED. BOUGHT have arranged for western capital whereby 1 am enabled t<> make loans on Keal Estate direct to borrowers.^ Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pile- payment privileges. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas When you want piece out glass what 1 have.H. C. Roller. Chas. Swinburn came up from Groesbeck Sunday afternoon ito attend the funeral of his uncle, Air. T. -I. Robinson. Tin t'ieer-s Monday night and con forced the first degree on a can- did.u'.e. After the meeting-tUe members and a number of visit- ors enjoyed some delirious ereai I and cake. District ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 July 1911

Twelfth Year. >CC ;> mitM for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO lnsura*rvc, i ie*ia, i eAt* IIIThe Mexia Weekly Herald. MEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY 13. 1911. fl.00 Per Ymu vff I..-2 tl*# cw* le is at f sicoyrt h0-[ news THE AGED VERERAN OF SAN JACINTO DIED SATURDAY MORNING WHILE PEACEFULLY SLEEPING. vl l-,.i '...i _ j I I ■fiSd,'- I E'"> . . • ' ' FUNERAL WIS L4R0ELV lITENDfl) From the Home of His Daughter, Mre. T. Bennett, and Burial was Conducted by the Masons, of which he Was an Old Time Member. the Mr. Alfonso Steele, the last hi,s adopted* country, and saw the siirvivor of the battle of San end of Mexican rule., A tiller of Jacinto, died at the home of his grand son, Mr. Alvin Steele, near the soil, he has contributed to the prosperity of the state and has Kosse, Saturday morning, July, seen the wild prairies and wood 8th, 1911, aged 94 years and 3icd forests transformed in produc- months, less one day. i tive fields; he saw hi* adopted The funeral occurred from the state develo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 July 1911

p;.y THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. M. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. OBITUARY SUBSCRIPTION RAT IS. One Year, J100. Six Months 60 Three Months 25. .Entered as second-clasn matter March I, 1&08, at the postofflce at Mexia, Texan, under the act of Congress of March 3. 1879. On a beautiful Sabbath morn- : ing surrounded by friends and loved ones our dear father fell ! asleep in Jesus, closing his eyes ! and realizing to himself that he was passing away leaving his ] loved ones; sad so sad, for never again on this earth can we hear ! his dear voice nor his gentle foot* steps. O! how we tried to keep him with us; for nine long weeks we watched beside him, but lov- the missionary society (FARMERS INSTI- TUTE MEETING ADVERTISING RATES l Issue 2 la. 4 la. 1 rr. 1 me $12.00 $22.00 J+V00 *500.00 ■ ■■ ■ % " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 ing hands, kind physicians and « •• i.so 14.00 175 00 the Southern breeezes failed to cool the high fevers and like a Less Than One uaQrter Page/ 1 Issue—p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 July 1911

\ A \ A New Face tor a Dollar You have seen rugged men with rugged faces at thirty-five. They then began to shave daily and in a short time their entire mcc waa iiiculc Cvct aa to the appearance, so soft and smooth the skin becomes. It is in the shaving. The roughest face will show much better within thirty days' time. Within a year's time it is made over. A VlftMQ/VlB EDGE Dollar Safety Razor is the cheapest face medicine you can buy. It will not only shave you but it will save you many dollars. Will save you lots of waiting and will make you a new face. V. Wolverton Co. BEWARE OF INITIATIONS Come to the MODEL CAFE For High Priced TOUGH MEAT L%dtes|be sure and come to see mo CLAY S, LEWIS, Prororietor W. H. VACCA ^Watchmaker, Jeweler and Graduate Opti- tician at JYiEXIA DRUG CO. STORE All VVork Promptly Done And Guaranteed Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front rooms of Knights of PytbiasjHaH. Office phone, 145-1 ring; residence phone, 143-2 rings, Alexia • " lexas Dr$,ta, UndHC, W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 July 1911

THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. V IN. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year. >, $1 00. Six Mouths 60 Three Months 25. Entered as second-class matter March I, 1908, at the postofflce at Mexia, Vexas, under the act of Congress of March 3. 1879. OBITUARY ADVERTISING RATES "l Issue 2 Is. 4 la. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 JV>.00 $500.00 % " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 WO.uO Less Than One uaQrter Page/ 1 Issue—per Inch 20 cents, t Issue*-—per Inch 35 cents. # Issues—per Inch 50 cents. On a beautiful Sabbath morn- ing surrounded by friends and loved ones our dear father fell j asleep in Jesus, closing his eyes ! and realizing to himself that he I • •« • , was passing away leaving his | loved ones; sad* so sad, for never : again on this earth can we hear j his dear voiee nor his gentle foot* : steps. O! how we tried to keep him with us; for nine long weeks we watched beside him, but lov- ing hands, kind physicians and There is a rumor that Tom...

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