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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 September 1911

/ \ \/ , v< /\ N/ JEXAS in UNITY. iLAlf /f, OP GALVESTON SOiOOl c % tJ HILL ill Toulon guvti Nitpoleou hU opportunity and he bent buck m\ tho British forces and established a licpublicau fofni of g'lvuriir/ioiit iu Europe. An arm of the ocean gnu; Nelson his opportunity and In <le- -t roved the Spanish fleet and made Kiigland misire.-s of the sea. Sjfli I hp creation-of the world, the destiuie- of the hitman .acevhave been moulded by leaders who could seize upon opportunity. Texn,- to^ay stands at the thresliold of commercial supremacy,. awaiting her leu ie'is <0 seize upon opportunity that will give her the mastery ot the worltl'j commerce. • -4— is&SS!sS0\ F§ " %%,M- -v j J 9W.1C V- , ( ?*** - NA POTiEO X*S 0 PPO RT UNITY. Opportunity ict knocking at our door. The time for moulding the tiestinies of Texas has arrived. The completion of the Panama canal will re-caat the commerce of both liemisplneres and move the star of civilization leiauward. The ocean is throbbing w...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 September 1911

f IE HERALD Published Cvary Thursday, fl. P. Houx, Editor and Down in Mexico they had a merry time nominating a naming xnafe for Madero. Here in the Proprietor, states we don't consider it much of a place and often have to beg SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year >1.00. Six Months • -&0 Three Montha 26. Jlblered a second-claus matter March B, 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, Vexaa, under the act o( Congress of March 3. 187#. ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 Is. 4 la. 1 jr. t Page $12.00 {22.00 140.00 $ 500.00 % " 7.60 13.00 24.00 30.00 %. " 4.60 7.60 14.00 176.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per inch 20 cents. • Issuer--per Inch 35 cents. 4 Issues—per Inch 60 cents. some patriot to accept the job ycept me THE LAUGHTER OF A CHILD. There is no m/usic like the laughter of a little child. It is sweeter than the gathered har- monies of angelic hosts and gath- ered tones of earthly orchestras. It is the mingling notes of ama- tive birds, the silvery cadence of rippling waters; the whisp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 September 1911

V A V A Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby 1 am enabled to make loans on Heal 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 There- wok a sprx-taclo peddler working on the streets today and he was selling some goods. It is strange that people wilJ endanger the eve-sight by buy- ing glasses from Fakers. Why don't you patronize your home dealers, who understand the busi- ness, and get glasses that will not ruin your eyes? •* Local and Personal. I handle Seth Thomas Clocks « t> 11 Pink carved little-finger Rings, just received at Pittman's. The stores that have been closing at 7 p. m. during the summer months will now remain open as long as they wish eaeh evening, the fall season having set in. tfie Old renaoie. —n. \j. iwoxici Geo. M. Tidwoll went up to Dallas this morning t...

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

m UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS TEXAS NEEDS GREAT MKN llllt 11 tner< mn\ eoiirs< JU<7 •>'. ■ .■'Av Will ia ive us tlie laws til have been swaged by the ma ugoio U real ecturi iiiroau. Ml the ole- ic touch • wl al civilization n viomc with the citizenship '1 exaa n suggesting progress I, I!) 11. with the 1'ail,Term ■sit \ and in cornice- work oi the al>ove will be ifiven an en- mol- WATT'S SUGGESTION. Oj|* broad virgin prairies—130,000,000 acres—have never known tha caresSn^ touch of husbandry; our raw material—$l,"i00,000 per day— leaves tlie State on its weary journey to the distant factory. Our rtiuieraJi —nature's laboratory—are awaiting an opportunity of, Hooding the chan- nel* of trade with a golden stream of prosperity. Our population— progressive and prosperous—must travel in some instance* 150 miles to hear the shrill whistle of a locomotive and our latent.resource**—powerful for progress—can be heard across the continent, crying out for mailer minds to release them. Te...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 September 1911

I I I • ■ ■' % So '. •V- W - I I I iVv"/ ■ :'Ki * it I;y $ ■ '+M I I "'^'4 1 I i- 8L . For a Clubbing Offer? I A Mexia Weekly herald, Texas Farm | and Ranch and Hollands Magazine, AH three papers one year for 1 i $>.50 § Here you get the County News, Farm ^ Notes, and Good Family Reading, all ^ for a triffle. | Weekly Herald 1 I i « I I s i mm■ 'infrJfSffi;m 'tik&Nfei S: i fefteV&ii &- . L M| . ■

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

VACCA t,VVatchmaker, Jeweler and Graduate Opti- tician at MEXIA DRUG CO. STORt All Work Promptly Done And Guaranteed the university of texas Co-Educational. Annual ward. Session (' Ail liiXponsi Opens We tembor 2*<, ■ of Arts, of iJaehe'o and Docti Tuition Free.! £180 and Up-j sdav, Sep- r~-JT lillLrt I STATE FAIR GROWS ORDER FOR ELECTION :urses tor ul Master f I'hiloso- Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Oftu Dlt,i ooins ovei Store. 14.*. He 'art me 1(>. -De ;rical. 0 is iCiiii Land H.C.Watson DENTISTS Offices over Anderson Furniture Company Office Phone 46; Residences 73 and 74 ^ MKXIA. TEXAS Decidedly unusual. the improved standard. It takes more than a guarantee to equal Wunderhose—it takes a pretty high standard of quality and a know- ledge that the quality will outwear the guar- antee. The obligation the manufacturer as- sumes he tells you that you * a.V'e entitled, and do receive without question, new Wun«. er~ hose free for any thav wear into holes within four months after pur-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 September 1911

COMIC AND MAGAZINE SECTION Ihe Mexia Weekly Herald. ■■i - MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1011 — - - NICE>FRESH IIR MAJOR OZONE SPLASH! SPLASH!! SPLASH!!! HttlpJ'J AH"- THE tTTLB Hov* iS O'WE^ WH>U PlAYlNC^ W +** 1THAT TIN pipe, HAVE- CONVEYED MOW V WIUW HAVE A CARPffNTfcte cut A CIRCULAR, HOLE in THE WALL OPPOSITE MY BED THROUGH WHICH I WIWU INSERT TH\S Tin piPE WHICH I have Just HAD MKDE >* / /TO Me A FRESH WMf'fa AIR IDEA i 71n ■ '^"iii i|ii>—>1 "" -— ■ rrnr .HI ■ i i.i I i I inu,,. , ,, imu ii i. WELL - I DlDNt HEED A CARPEHTfcft- • PUT )T up myself-, you see WHAT lTl$, I CAN MOW SAY V CAW FEEL \ the pure fresh AiR RUSHIKJQ __ THROUGH THE Tu0f- A LREAP y— "WELL ^CaOoD NIQHT- ^ ^ breathe the pure a\r -I • direct, without fear OF DRAll&HT FROM ^ THE OPEN WINDOW- IWR.'., - rwinrn ntrs u| \ awawT \ I si lMiV lUlUi ~M^L' lUuiLUil & i i i 7W > I M i4 (MMOf*1 MfcTOR1 im OFF Ttf* V/ATEK IN VOl1R $A$iN - TKff flOOM BBLOVV IS FLOOT>E3. WELL 4J «F 9>10W£V, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 September 1911

'■ : H ■ i & Buccaneers «and Marooners of the Spanish Main UST above the northwestern shore of the old island of His- uaniola—the San Domingo of our day—and separated from it only by a narrow channel of some five or six miles in width, lies a queer little hunch of an island, known, because of a distant resemblance to that animal, as tha Tortuga de Mer, or Sea-Turtle. It is not more than twenty miles in length by perhaps seven or eight in breadth; it is only a littla spot of land, and as you look at it upon the map a pin's head would almost cover it; yet that spot, as from a center of infammaticn, a burning fire of human wickedness and ruth- fesness and lust, overran the world, and spread terror and death throughout the Spanish West Indies, from St. Augustine to the island of Tnnidad, and from Panama to the coaf Peru. About th, lie of the 17th century cer- tain French , enturers set out from the fortified island to St. Christopher in long- boats and hoys, directing their course t...

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

mm WvHmm1 W" success to another, without let or stay, to the bitter end. Cruising off Maracaybo, he captured a rich prize laden with a vast amount of plate and ready money, and there conceived the design of descending upon the powerful town of Maracaybo itself. Without loss of time he gathered together five hundred pick- ed scoundrels from Tortuga, and taking with him one Michael de Basco as land captain, and two hundfed more buccaneers whom he commanded, down he came into the Gulf of Venezuela and upon the doomed city iike a blast of the plague. Leaving their vessels, the buccaneers made a land attack upon the fort that stood at the mouth of the inlet that led into Lake • Maracaybo and guarded the city. The Spaniards held out well, and fought with all tne might that Spaniards possess; but after a fight of three hours all was given up and the garrison fled, spreading terror and confusion before them. As many of the inhabitants of the city as could do so escaped in boats to Gibraltar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 September 1911

gpap mm •V v. ■ i r ■ 15^ fighting of four Spaniards to every one of them—a simple thing which they had done over and over again. Down they poured upon Panama, and out came the Spaniards to meet them; four hun- dred horse, two thousand five hundred foot, and two thousand wild bulls which had been hurled together to be driven over the buc- caneers so that their rank might be elisor, dered and broken. The buccaneers were on- ly eight hundred strong; the others had eith- er fallen in battle or had dropped along the dreary pathway through the wilderness; but in the space of two hours the Spaniards were fiying madly over the plain, minus «>y hun- dred who lay -dead or dying behind them. As for the bulls, as many of them as were shot served as food there and then for the half-famished pirates, for the buccaneers were never more at home than in the slaugh- ter of cattle. Then they marched toward the city. Thr.e hours more fighting and they were in the streets, howling, yelling, plunderi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 September 1911

■■ . '■ ■' i <*t. TROUT. Fishermen this year are using a bait styled the "buck tail fly," an arttfical brown and white tuft of hair. Its discovery is told in the following terse and "authentic" language by Hon. Wm. G. Sterrett: / "A hunter In the North, stalk- ing deer, saw a herd in a lake and while gating range saw a large fish jump repeatedly at the tail of a buck. After bringing down the deer he fixed the tail ■ on a hook; it proved the best bait he ever had used—he soon caught the weight of the buck in trout." A V v HI? GOT TWO PASS. "I want a pass." "Pass? You're not entitled to a pass. You are not an em- ployee. Sorry." "No; but here the anti-pass law says, free transportation can be granted to 'necessary care- takers of live stock, poultry and fruit.' Well, Fm going on this trip with an aunt, that's a hen— there's your poultry; a girl that's a poach—there's your fruit; and a nephew that's an ass—there's your live stock. Gimme a pass." PRECAUTION. Dentist.— (to old lady wh...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 September 1911

m GRIFFITHS & CO. HARDWOOBS EsrCwood Floorings ' ' RvoOag Poultry and Farming AALLA3 TEXAS —r— BE A VETERINARY DOCTOR We teach by mall. Every farmer should M: ^ciuuftiva vi* W6 do It—If fou follow out Instructions. . Write for boeklet explttlnlnsc course In full. Also veterinary instruments. DALLAS VETERINARY SCHOOL. V. O. Box 733. Dallas, To*. Poultry "News Each year we find more and i more people becoming interested : I in noulitry. The farmer has | awakened to the possibilities of [the 'business; the busy business man nas taken up poultry as a relaxation from his always busy life; the laborer, for the good, fresh eggs that go into his din- ner pail. In fact, poultry has swept the country, and to keep the business on a high plane will require a determined effort on I the part of every breeder to never misrepresent, never take advantage cf the novice, and, above all, give the buyer his or ! her full money's worth. "Hon- ' esty is, after all, the best policy," I and surely can b...

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

es, ■* an Is liar* •W Of ft L leI • fcr« '' l r know thj bait and ro« now out bam, not at.. .la t ?■&> (IT ban In Palla* wtta* a crip or u-unk to •* obeok tor the day tarn H The Dallas Transfer Co. Mm In TftlO. Oor agent* at ail train* tn uniform. W« jno «. atom and paalt household good*. Xsooal city office near Oriental Ilutel. Jjll Oenunerce at.. Dallas. Taxaa. HARNESS arooT Aim auto Tors. Orrl«a Trtunlac of All KIi<a Waton hau-uooa. all complete, I l- loch Ion* tug, baok bands. 1 collars, bridle*, lines, breeches, broaat and pole straps wltb pat- ent haraea. ^23.00 Blnglo barn ess 11.00. GEO. DEGENHART IMC Kin. tt. Dallas, Taxaa. Autogeneons Welding and Manufacturing Co. HO Poydrae Street. Pallas. Texas. Telephone Main B0t«. Wldlng of Aluminum. Crank Cases and Cast irons. ^ CYLINDERS A SPECIALTY. Bortoli Mosaic & Tile Co. CONTRACTORS. MARBLE, MOSIAC, TILE AND TERRAZO For Floors. Walls. Celling. Fire- place*, Mantels and Decoration, San- itary floors. 420 Wll*o« Bid*...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 September 1911

OLD KELIABLE BUCKLE Women s Fancies This famous machine with all Its new Improve- ment*.all its special fyaturea.withaJffi year guarantee, ami all ijp valuable attachment* la now offered you DIRECT FROM FACTORY •tth* lowwt rtVti war nmd« on u. m«chii of this h tub (htrkcUr. Wo add Jnat ono anmll profit abova manufucturmw a'ponajr. You UwLtuulTry youtoLuy Ft. FREE TRIAL—I PAY FREIGHT ft hjk&'Vtpo"iiwnii to you. virarSa® erg? okmr you rvur iuaw' I'll tali* ft apocLd now plan at onc« SEND NO MONEY. GET FREE BOOK Writo thU Tory day for ray Fm® Catalog and apoolal free proposition. All Mill fro*. J uat addroaa dm M W. BUCKLEY, MANAGER Dept. 78, 59 E.Van Buren St., Chicago Fort Worth We!i Machinery Co. Fort Worth, Texas General Repairing. Contract Work a Specialty. MILL and GIN WORK Solicited. Wrlti . for prices. D > It now. BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME with Mirrors. We are equipped for making any size or shape, beveled or pTaTri. A specialty of Mirrors for Closet Uoor«, Fort Worth Glass Wor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 September 1911

State Library, . ' ■ Vy . v ■ :*ee J. Sand ford Smitii for FlRfi, LIFE and TOKINALHJ Insur , ilc*ia i exas, I - y The Mexia Weekly Herald. ,, . , • . . ... Twelfth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY. SKIT. 14, 1911. 11.00 Per Yeat COURT HOUSE V lift 7r-,. SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUST1UI5. Marriage License. Moses Shaw to Beney Craw- ford. W. Baker to Lola B. Holly. Sain Walter to Willie Gray. Tes Clark to Cilia .Tones. 0. L. Thornton to Annie Thomas. N. E. Duncan to Vida Nichols. Ernest Horton to Mayola Bates Fred Daviss to Ida Smith. H. II. Patterson to Maud Ow- ens. Henry Minis to Beulah Rol- lins. John Williams tu PlM Scott. Lee Alexander to Birdie Horn. —o County Court. (Hon. W. A. Keeling, Judge.) Criminal Docket. Red Smith, carrying pistol, fined $100. Osie Gardner, aggravated as- sault, fined $5. Bruce Campbell, gaming, fined $10. P. Bledsoe, failing to pay tax, fined $5. Grant McCray, slander, fined $100. Albert Dillard, gaming, fined $10. ? There were forty-five b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 September 1911

B SB:".. Ef WfP m i: BP :&&/ P.*' S&£:i U: f Mi TEXAS NEEDS GREAT MEN £«&£££££ I. SUGGESTION. 77! m tolling over of a kettle set Watt to thinking and th,e power of \£J> rfWam vme hujii^scd; tte foiling of an apple stirred the Drain of Netfton aaA he gave ub the laws of gravitation. Great mindB throughout the agee have been swayed by the magic touch of suggestion. All the ele- inept* c*hature and all the agencies of civilization are vicing with each otlfel in suggesting progress to the citizenship of Texas. £ WATT'S SUGGESTION. (fal broad virgin prairies—130,000,000 acres—have never known *iie rftf| nng touch of husbandry; our law material—$1,200,000 per day— leaves the State on its weary journey to the distant factory. Our minerals —nature's laboratory—are awaiting an opportunity of flooding the chan- nels •! trade with a golden stream of prosperity. Our population— progressive and prosperous—must travel in some inMaocea 160 mile# to bear the shrill wMftte of a lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 September 1911

POSTAL SAViitij ly Vt lit V ib RTD ■ire lof Ji- !«• la ii uod Ml- A IPres. Mil RJ A\ tern joining tus. BANit INFORMATION FOR DEPOSIT- ORS. Object. 1. The Postal Savings Sys- tem is established for the purport •if providing facilities for d 'jx s t ing savings at interest with the security of the United States Gov eminent for repayment. 2. Tin- States is Safety. J'iiiili of the United solemnly pledged to "lop r is supplii i) which ho certificates d with an en- may keep his Ou this on his deposits and v el ope is printed information for his guidance, and also a blank ledger record on. which to keep an account of withdrawals. 16. In case cate is lost or positor should the paymeni of deposits made in postal savings depository offices with accured interest as provided by the postal-savings act. Who May Deposit. 8. Accounts may be opened and deposits made by any person of the uge of 10 years or over in Ins or her own name and by a married woman in her own *ame and free from any inter- fer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 September 1911

V^®. -..c-Wv • '-. ■ uovernor li&uUw ol Mi^rfoin in tln nail squarely on the head svii'.-n ne told the farmers of his state t hat good roads are not iut 'an investment, proposition there is Hrth that heats a LET'S FORGET IT. THE HERALD f 1 >111*111 Published Every Thursday N. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor roai SUBSCRIPTION RATE.S. One Year, $1.00. 81x Mouths 50 Three Months 25. Jhiterud as secoud-tlass waller March A, 1908, at the postofflce at Mexia, Ttt*an, wider the act or Cougress of March 3. 1878. ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 Is. 4 Is. 1 yr. t Page $12.00 $22.00 $V/.00 $500.00 *6 " 7. B0 13.Q0 24.00 % " 4.60 7.50 14.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per Inch 20 cents. I Uisuer '-per Inch 36 cents. A taaiiAB— ner Inch 60 cents. 30.00 176.00 ? K s a iome we only saw The Dallas New*, and they were eagerly read for news from home. It is therefore a real pleasure to get baek homo where we ean read the good old news and ugly polities of the dear old sheet.—Mexia News. Whe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 September 1911

*r— A m i it i t."- p i " Bi 1 §s '■■" faJto, r J>. (A 411 Fall Goods HaveAn ived AND we are Ready to show you the biggest stock of New Fall Goods ever shown in Mexia—many departments have been enlarged this season—all departments are better prepared than ever before to serve you. We want you to come in and look through our immense stocks—it will be a profitable visit for you—and you will enjoy seeing all the new things. Visit Our Ready=to=Wear Department I ■1 ivT !VW i JiLil 'I 'rtlMM it!*! ar "VERY NOBBY" r= ■■ J? Special Ladies' white muslin pe ticoats —neatly trimmed -regular $1.50 sellers—now only mmn 98c -FALL STYLE" Dress Ginghams It makes no difference what you may want in ginghams, we have it—plaids, checks, or stripes, any color or combina- tion of colors —all are to be had here. We can show you one hundred and twenty odd patterns in dress ginghams at 10c. And at 12 l-2c we can show you over three hundred different patterns. Come in and inspect our-ginghams, you will fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 September 1911

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