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

■ V / a TEXAS NEEDS GREAT MEN PS£ tsH "mMri V. PROGRESS. /jjfRMEK civilization gave us the arch and made it possible to build V5? structures that eupport great weights. The Phoenician* made tlic iirst boat and the Harbor of Phoenicia became the birthplace of the navict of the world. Since the beginning of creation, we have depended upon me; who can build for our progress. We need in Slate government builden who can construct an arch strong enough to support the ponderous ma- chinery of Twentieth Century civilization and create conditions that wil make Texas the birthplace of the world'B progress. \ jil f"' K4 • t . - .t ■ v.c ■ • . t y." 1 "^5 THE BIRTHPLACE OF PROGRESS, I - v i Nature has given Texas the framework of a magnificent civilization and poured the riches of the universe at her feet. Our rivers, lakes, valleys and hills are a triumph in rreation. Ood has done everything He could for Texas and we now await the master hand of government to Awaken to vigorous activity the we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 September 1911

W? ' !5P rf W. H. VACCA FREE AU10M0BILE ^Watchmaker, Jeweler EXCURSION THRU and Graduate Opti- tician at MEXIA DRUG CO. STORE All Work Promptly Done And Guaranteed the on i Pecos Country. Remember date. We leave Corsicana 11 ho Cotton Belt train at 5 p. 111 | Sept. 19th, 1911. Join us hen or anywhere else <in the route ORDER fOR ELECTION | The State of Ttucas, I Couuity ol Limestone. buying; your own round-trip tie.K-j 15th day oi' August et to Sau Angelo Irom ,vc>ltr I this Court being in regular town, taking receipt for money I ^eion came on to be considered1 Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office- Front rooms over Parlor Drugstore. % Phones—Office 143, Home 16. Drs.Clia), L.and H.C.Watson DENTISTS Offices over Anderson Furniture Company Offioe Phone 46; Residences 73 end 74 MEXIA. TEXAS paid for same from your agent. Goode Realty & Development Company, Corsicana, Texas. Local and Personal. S f ■ ' •, The amount of Wunderyarn Used in making a five weeks' Supply of , fiflf&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 September 1911

See J. Sandford Smith for HI Kb, LIFE arid TORNADO Insurant*;, fle*ia,r \ The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1911. m HJirnvai From Texas Magazine for September ALFONSO STEELE The Last Roll Call BY JOHN P. SJOLANDER r \y>*- V See you that luminant host in the night— The goiry that shines from their love-lit eyes, Shattering darkness, and scattering light, Filling the earth with It up to the skies? See their bivouac fir? how it burns unspent, With a steady flame of a rosy hue, Shining up to the stars in their lofty tent, Wide and encircling and heavenly blue? Do you see how they rest 'neath their special star That blazes alive on their banner unfurled? Its fame has grown great, and its fame has gone far, For the way It has shown to a wondering world Out of the shadow it led to the light, And in light it shall stand as It ever has stood, A symbol of victory favoring right, A dare to the world to be great—to be good. And that picture—you see it? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 September 1911

a j ifP&y W: Of Clothing for Men, Women arid Children at Prices Butchered to Such Depths that One Dollar Will Do the Work of Five Dollars M i I 1 : ..... \ S ste $ % The Most Sensational Bargain Event the World Has Ever Known ' !■ , , | I )m;; }i o.s ,s.; 7 * m ..:■/? ■ i<" t- Beginning Thursday, September 21, at 9 a. m. and Closes Saturday, September 23 — THREE BIG DAYS = Nothing to compare with this ever occurred in this city. The facts are startling, the values are astonishing and the prices almost incredible. Think of it, $14,560 worth of high grade winter clothing for Men, Women and Children—the same Style and Quality that are shown in cities—all to be thrown out at 30, 40 and 50c on the dollar. It sounds improbable, incrcdible, but it's true. You may doubt our word, but you cannot doubt the evidence of your own eyes, and when you come here you will see that every word we said is true and that every bargain we advertised is here just exactly as we said it would be. Read ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 September 1911

■fl ■ t VfUHPWAMMmMM TEXAS NEEDS GREAT MEN VIII. PROPAGATION. XjtAPTAIN" John Smith brought the seed hug of Europe to America vJ' and Luther Burbauk propagated new varieties of agricultural pro- ducts. The songs of the sower and the joys of the reaper have inspired civ- ilization since tihe beginning of creation and the progress of every cantry on the globe has been advanced by men who transplant and develop pro- duct* adapted to the soil and climate of localities m. "Where Their Worm Dleth fiat and the Fire Is Not Quenched." I [fl&TQg- gUSSELD AGRIOCJLT 01?AL DEVKLO PMKNT. Much of our land has not yet felt the modifying influence of huinau «kill in shaping its agricultural destinies and we need inen to bring to Texas products peculiarly adapted to our natural surroundings and to make new product* spring into life. In no country on the globe are xne processes of nature so easily interpreted and the veins of new aud bountiful industries so easily tapped as in Texw and men « ho ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 September 1911

1 THE HERALD Publlthad Every Thursday. SN. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One Tear, $1.00. SU Months BO Threo Months 25. Entered as secoud-class matter March I, 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia. Texas, under the act of Congress of March 8, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 Is. 4 Is. 1 jr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 tt " 7.50 18.00 24.00 80.00 K " 4.60 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 luue—per Inch 20 cents, t ta8uelirwper Inch 85 cents. SOLIDIERS OF FORTUNE. Major Houx, of tlie Mexia News, in our opinion, should be rated among the millionaires. After sporting arouind a week or two with the State Militia, at Austin, having a good time and playing like he was a soldier, immediately, on his return, he and his better half left to spend awhile in "Kool Kolorado."— Fairfield Recorder. Well, Maybe the Major made enough out of soldiering at Aus- tin to keep him a month in Col- orado. Being a militia officer is not commonly supposed to be very pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 September 1911

1 $ :? & t III )• . 1 V Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capita] 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 cal and Personal. If you want one of the best am lightest running "Wagons on the market—get a Luodinghaus or M&ndt.—at Jackson Bros. Co. Grant Willis, who works at An- derson's blacksmith shop, arriv- ed in the city Monday night with his bride, but we did not learn when and where he was married. As announce some time ago but a little late we will have to undergo a spell of repairing at our store we will continue to give special Bargains and will put on ixtra help to help us keep UP willi ilir rush.—W. D. Pitt* mm, Jeweler & Optician. T. L. Gilbough has returned his home in Fresno, Cal., after a few days visit to his brother, II...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 September 1911

^•TEXAS NEEDS GREAT MEN^ s W VII. JESTING. 2C INQ Henry V. paid bid fool a princely sum for hia services and K inij Richard II. knightwl hits royal jester, but in do inflttuices were the jokers given power to govern. Ability to perforin th« service was one of the first qualifications in mediaeval government, but under our form of government a candidate can be elected for Railroad Commissioner with scarcely more than a cutting knowledge of the railroad businosa and we may elect a Comptroller who can hardly add a cohnnn of figures and these illustrations could be multiplied Indefinitely. Our queer cam- paign antics would make a benighted king roar with laughter, as w ll as make the judicious weep. ' ■ —IT' m 01 THE KING'S JESTER. I3 - We can gridiron the State with railroads and dot it with factories and happy homes by electing to the Railroad Commission and to the leg- islature men who can feel the mighty surge of civilization as it beats against our border line; who can see the worl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 September 1911

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 September 1911

W. H. VACCA THE BOND ELECTION. ^ Watchmaker, Jeweler arid Graduate Opti- tician at NlEXlA DRUG CO. STORfc All Work Promptly Done And Guaranteed Dr. J. L. Metcalt DENTIST Office--Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Phones—Office 143, Home 16 g Mexia, Texas Drs. Chas. Land H.C. Wafeon DENTISTS Offices over Anderson Furniture Company Oifiee Phone 46; Residences 73 and 74 mexia. texas Every Mother Should Know They mean complete freedom from mending, emancipation from the drudgery of the darning needle. W'underhose for mother, father and chil- dren will return from ■*he wash each week as ^efc>from holes astheday tfeey vrCe Purchased. We know « proof of our good f/uvh ,s®" Wunderbose with the UWkJ"r~ standing of four inontitf* wear—or new hose free— without question, quibble or argument. Ask to 800 Wunderbose at Our hosiery department. Ex- amination of the various styles will verify the quality that makes our guarantee possible. Wear Wunderbose and the evidence is complete. One Dollar ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 September 1911

See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO lnsura**ve, fleacia, Texas. % % The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1911. 11.00 Per Y«r /> Wm h ■ t & 'i COURTHOUSE taxable values of NEWS NOTES limestone county SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. Marriaage License. Jay Vassar to Lee Hines. U. G. Willis to Effie E. Mack. Jesse Sanders to El'tnira Rich- ardson. Henry Young to Aggie L. Rob- ison. J. D. iJaffan to L/ula Dunn. Fred E. '?iel«-y to Nannie iGoollsby. T. "W. Waggoner to Lavada Parker. Marshall Castle to Ethel Scott. Thos. F. Arnev to Ora Wat- sou. Aden Fleming to iVf;ii-y Box. Walter Brooks to f elen Craw- jtord. •John F. Gayden to Ella Mae Wright. S. B. Pringel to Edna Riddle. C. B. Morgan to Minnie. How- ard. B. Austin to Emma Contee. County Court—Criminal Docket. (Hon. W. A. Keeling, Judge.) Sam Crump, gaming, fine* *>10. Leslie Engdohl, theft, fined $1. Frank Luckey, gaming, fined *10. *\ II Crum, a white man, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 September 1911

■JLW.WA i !■ 1 t mm'; . >•- liflffe ,.. v:/; ■ . v . ,■.■ ??) / , .$■?■;..:■■■■■/' ■< :,• ■■■' - J v ■ ; *,• v ' Vfr . t i.S • * 'i ■ &% ,■ >*'.■: c \ m m :r: / 'i: % 111 Wff-'n /t'C'X' \\\\\Ss%4 I AFine Piano To Be Given Away • >«<*•« .• ** J *4*' • v We will publish the rules next week WATCH THIS PAGE '///s//s>x _____ '■>> ■;fv, _j M mmfMk i . mm tm .; !& ■& ■ * llll Ill < ^steflL . : i&fj ■-■ -/Jh <&*•, xi '2£jftk ! g&{ v. i ■ A I 'fT' w [ jtr/u X. I # II V I 1 n — _ ■ I.., (I I i I i ' 11 [ ; 'J % 1 I

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 September 1911

' I ■f: " / TEXAS NEEDS GREAT MEN IX. DISCOVERIES. /|YOLUMBUS discovered America and Galileo discovered ooiar systcmi Vfe* end planets aud throughout all ages, civilization lias been indebted to wise men who could think beyond the age in which they lived. We need -in State government men who can see across two continents and look into the horizon of Twentieth Century civilization and discover new -zones of trade, new worlds of industry and new planets of prosperity. OOLUMBUS DISCOVERING AMERICA. We are standing on the edge of the ocean of discovery in Tenia. Our mountains are Che mineral vaults of the universe; artesian hikes of houaUssa area lie underneath our surface; our agricultural domain awaits men wfco can work inspiration into the soil and give a powerful impulse to program. We need a Columbus to sail the high seas of our magnificent possibilities, to discover new continents in agriculture, to explore our mineral kingdoms, colonize our industrial opportunities and give us a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 September 1911

as y 1 THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. M. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear $1.00. Bix Months 60 Three Months, .25. Entered as second-class matter March I, 1908, at the postoftlce at Mexia, ffexa*. under the act of Congress of March 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 is. 4 U. 1 jrr. i Page $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 |4 " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 % " 4.50 7.60 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Pajje. 1 Issue—per Inch 20 cents, t Issues-—per Inch 85 cents, i iasues—per inck 50 muti. ELECTION AFTERMATH. A review of the election re- turn. reveals some strange things First, there was an unnatural light made on the proposition by people who ought to have been interested in getting fcood roads at any oost. It was charged by some that the town it> fighting the Union gin and cotton yard and some members of the Union opposed the road proposition for that reason. Nothing could be more absurd. It hardly looks probable that the business men ol Mexia would do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 September 1911

V vV I V 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 Local and Personal. Master Kelley Stevens has re- turned to Austin to resume his studies in the D. & D. Institute. Mrs. J. L. Smith has- returned from a visit to her son, l'hillip, til Ivil . i % J. R. Van Winkle, living in the Point Enterprise community, has1 gone to the Corpus Christi country prospecting. Mis*i Fanuie Curl Kimeheloe Inns returned from Georrgetown where Ihe went* to enter the Southwestern University, Rut hei eyes would not permit of her tuking the work. When you want piece cut glass e« what I have.H. C. Boiler. Misses Bessie Denning, Zuleika Corley and Els* Desenberg have gone to Austin to enter the Uni- versity. 1 handle Seth Thoma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 September 1911

•.7 m ♦ ttUt i I HHIiH) Mil i-N-H-l'-8-t- M--W-W-H-+4 llll ♦♦ TEXAS NEEDS GREAT MEN < l4tm I > I I > <♦>< * I'M 11 ■ I WHttfl'H'HII MI H'H ■«■ H l I. EDUCATION. 7MQE Chiaew made the first paper and the Geruiaiw made the first W* type and brought education within the reach of every citizen on the gloMe. These achierouenta, together with the printing press, were the eroWiuM glory of civilization. The Texas press iti a great industrial edu- cator. To read our newspapers makes the farmer want to start another nlow^ the miner shoulder his pick, the manufacturer enlarge his plant and?(he banker incroaae his investments. Our marvelous progress is due iaiflely to <m inspired writers who sweetly sing the praises of Texas. I I IBS \ A THE FIRST PRINTING PRESS. / ■ ' The vigor of youth is upon Texas. The dew of prosperity falls upon it by night and the rays of a glorious sun nurture it by day. Our soil— warm from creation—is ad fertile as the Valley of the Nile. Our land —...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 September 1911

il a i I Texas Needs # 0 Great Men. VI. BUILDING. /grAEBAK built the Appian way and advanced Ionian civilization to m the zenith of its glory; Pi-rides found Athene a city of mud and left it a city of marble. Trace all the world movements for progress to !h«ir source and we will find a great man. The inspired thought ol oal builders has moved the wheel* of civilization since the beginning oi Ition and the dawn of a glorious development that will illuminat* 1 universe awaits the appearance in our state government of men are builders. rtjvr >'1 -'-m k j t BMfe -x •':?mtr. I ^ v T m-< sr* / m i? «/ ' ■ I I a ■ •i i-fi.cS KINGSLEY AND AN AERONAUT! How the Author, by a Flight of Fancy, 1 Ftared He Had Offended Balloonlit. Charles Kingsley wa6 at a dinner once with the aeronaut Coxwell. It was shortly after Coxwell and a com- panion had made a flight in which they had risen so high that Coiwell's hands were frozen and he had time only to tear open the air valve with his teeth. A. C....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 September 1911

w. h. vacca|kenioy may Watchmaker, Jeweler BE CANDIDATE and Graduate Opti- tician at MEXIA DRUG CO. STORE All Work Promptly Done And Guaranteed Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Phones—Office 143, Home 16. Mexia, Texas Drs. Chas. L and H, C, Watson DENTISTS Offices over Anderson Furniture Company , Office Phone 46; Residence* 73 and 74 MEXIA, TEXAS For Women and Misses are made in black or tan. The brightest, truest black, the richest, softest tan. The colors are as soft as the tints of the setting sun. Made to fit over the toes, at the heel, in the sole, over the ankle, around the calf, at the knee and full at the top. A light weight stocking that won't pull or tear to the strain and tug of hose supporters. Misses' fine gauge 4 pairs in a box at $1.00 per box. Misses' De Luxe, extra fine gauge mercerized, 3 pairs in a box, $1.00. Ladies' ribbed very elastic, 3 pairs in a box at $1.00 per box. Out size in black tor «xtra atout ladies, 3 purs in a b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 October 1911

\ J jj JU~V' See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant, rie*ia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1911. «LNfmtm COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. Marriage License. John F. V lnson to Mattic Skin- ner. Charlse Johnson to Elisa Mix- on. T. E. Laird to Lizzie Cromatia. Wesley Morgan to Mary MilbclieU. W. J. Cnrrie to Frances Witt- man. John Martinez to Lela Garner. Ed McWilliams to Bertha Stovali. County Court. (Hon. .W. A. Keeling, Judge.) Criminal Docket. Enoch Derrett, disturbing the peatce, fined $10. John Crockett, gaming, fined $10. Charlie, a negro, carrying pis- tol, fined $100. Leroy Smith, gaming, fined $10 Will Mathews, gaming, fined .$10. Ira Lewis-, gaining, fined $10. Ilenry Mudd, procuring whiskey tor minor, fined $10. Allen Davis, gaming, fined $10. Sam Caviner, gaming, fined $10. Geo. Caviner, gaming, fined $10. Harm Caviner, gaming, fined .$10. Horace Caviner, gaming, fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 October 1911

STOCK REDUCTION Furniture sale High Class Goods—Strictly Dp-lo-Dale-Very Low Prices m&m AVING decided to make a change in our methods of merchandising, we have reserved this Sale for the Fall Season, when all of our friends have money, and can supply their needs at greatly rcduced prices. "A penny saved is a penny made." Your patronage will be appre- ciated. Read carefully what this advertisement says and then come in and let us show you. H UKl Sound, Healthful Sleep Is easily found by having a mattress without lumps and a resilient spring. We have both—mattresses that are made in such a manner that they never lump up and springs that last as long as the cedars of Lebanon. Take these numbers, for instance—They are a few from our stockjv Long lint cotton, guaranteed for 20 years, our price $ 1S.OO Plain or fancy art ticks we list at ...... -$S, $6, $7.SO, $9, $ 10 and $12.50 Mattresses in fancy art ticks, roll edges, and they are the best values ever offered in any city or town f...

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