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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 October 1911

% /J 9]r I ■ 1 J \ 3 114. ■7 Wk ii i • 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 p/^ilegeH. W. JVl. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. When you wont piece cut glass see what I have.H. C. Roller. Miss Mary Lewis, lias gone to llnntsville to attend the Sam Houston normal. If you want one of the best ant lightest running Wagons on the market—get a Luedinghaus or Mandt.—at Jackson Bros. Co. Mrs. Jos. Nussbaitni and Mrs. Shield have returned from a few days sojourn at Wootan Wells. When you want first ciass jew- elry, see what I have.—H. C. Rol- ler. Joe Karner has returned to Dallas after a few days spent here with relatives and old time friends. 7 ~st Received, 300 Ingersol Watches.—H. C. Roller. Willie Maek White left Thurs- day night f...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 October 1911

B'-. I p ■ i/ •• THE HERALD Publiahed Every Thursday. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $1.00. 8ix Months .60 Three Months 25. Hundreds were killed and drowned in Austin, l'a., when a big dam broke and almost de- stroyed three towns in the vicin- ity. Italy has already cropped one of Turkey's wings by capturing Tripoli and sinking some of the sultan's boats. It is predicted that the war will bo of short du- ration. Entered as second-class matter March >, 1908, at the postofflce at Mexla, Texas, under the act of Congress of March S. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 Is. 4 Is. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $4<y.00 $500.00 " 7.50 13.00 24.00 80.00 K " 4.60 7.60 14.00 176.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per inch 20 cents. 4 Issuer—per Inch 36 cents. 4 Issues—per Inch 50 cents. KEEP COOL, MY FRIENDS. This writer regrets to learn that ha is being criticized by some of his erstwhile ardent ad mirers because he has the temer ity to give open expression t...

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

T f r;l Av V A w , M', «f*. ' * S L Slr-;'■■■'« ; teU'vf >.:•- atv k ^ - .-jam* . ■ *-■ SsJ %i ■' ■ if-ft! «J? (jREAT SHOWING Q\xt SVio\x)iti% Coa\ 5xxv\s 'SaiVoYed SWvrts au&. S OTV% Coa\s IS UNUSUALLY LARGE THIS SEASON—it repre- sents the newest and best style creations, fresh from the fashion centers of the East—nothing is missing from, this showing. The range of styles, colors, variety of materials and prices is such as to meet the wants, or requirements of any taste or any price. Whether you want a Skirt, Coat Suit, seperate Coat or an elaborate Evening Gown you have here a stock for selection without a rival. * 4 \ You get the pick of fashion's favorites in '"Coat wq.\.Y0Tv>VX OuVVo gujts here> this week—all the new styles are now in and they are beauties too—such nobby styles—such pretty materials. No mat- ter what your wants may be in Tailored Suits, you are sure to find here a gar- ment to your liking. Our very complete range of sizes insures a perfect fit at a...

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

Twenty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the STATE FAIR OF TEXAS At Dallas October 14 to 29 Sixteen Days of Amusement—Recreation—Education Daily Features Horse Racing, Aeroplane Flights by J. A. D. McCurdy, Thaviu's Famous Russian Band, Grand Opera Entertainment in Coli- seum, Herbert A. Kline's Midway Shows. More Exhibits, Greater Premiums, Larger Purses Special Features Each Day Special Rates and Special Trains on Railroads. Don't Miss it. Come. all E. J. Kiest President Sydney Smith Secretary LANDS FOR SALE Good, titles and worth prices asketd. 311 acres, 200 in fields, 6 acres fine timber, 50 acres: pasture, 2 good houses, water and cheap, 5 miles north Mexia. A QUIET HOME Simple, and imostatious in all its appointments, but very beau- tiful in its entirely was the mar 120 acres 4 miles Mexia, 100 riage of Miss Annie Mea Saun- (•ultivated, 20 acres pasture. 1 ders at the family home last 120 acres, 4 1-2 miles Mexia, 50 Tuesday. acres cultivated, 70 acres pasture. | The parlor was profuse...

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

■■■■■■■■■■■I it I As Tlr^lF YOU LIVE WITHIN LIMESTONE OR FREESTONE COUNTIES, READ EVERY WORD OF THIS ADVEBISEMfcNT $2,00 ^C-4, rizes ... ' Will be Distributed to Its Subscribers by THE MEXIA WEEKLY HERALD PifQt Pf17P# ^ beautiful Mahogany Cabinet Grand Piano exactly like illustration below. Largest lllM \ IUv* sjze Uprjght piano made, guaranteed for ten years. See detailed description below. ♦ !<•/* tuv orpnwn PRI7C, Credit check for $2u0.u0 on an e*act duplicate of OLuUllU rnlLLi $350.00 Piano offered as first prize. This makes the piano cost you $150,00. ' ' THIRD PRIZE' check for $175 on an exact duplicate of the $350 FOURTH PRIZE; - " ^ ^ pm | < red i v check for $125 on an exact duplicate of piano of- ' fered as first prize. NNil WLt\ f% i SiXiri mit piano offered as first prize. The piano costs you $175. Credit check for $150 on an exact duplicate of the $350 piano offered as first prize. This consists of exactly $1,000.00 worth of valuable 1 prizes which will be distrib...

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

I w. H. vacca WOMAN'S MIS Watchmaker Jewe.er ^jy and Graduate Opti- tlcian at /YiEXIA DRUQ CO. STORE All Work Promptly Done And Guaranteed Dr. J. L. Metcalf Oftice- DENT1ST Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Phones—Office 143, Home 16. Mexia, Texas Ors, Chas. L and H C,Watson DENTISTS Offices over Anderson Furniture Company Office Phone 46; Residences 73 and 74 MEXIA, TEXAS FOR CHILDREN Not of heavy, clumsy weight, but perfect fitting, proper stockings for chil- dren. They fit the foot, the ankle, the calf, the knee and above the knee. At the points ^ of the toe, the heel and the sole, where children in their rough and tumble games are sure to punch through the av- erage stocking, PER BOX FOUR PAIRS (:|i FULLY V are cleverly rein- forced and laugh at such abuse. % A . "l)i SINGLE PA IP 254, ies Niissta & ro Tlic Woman* Mis.sion.1r3' >'ictv of the Central Presbyterian I'fiurch met with Mrs. Kennedy Monday afternoon. The subject for the month was Japan and the I'ost-Jubilee Ca...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 October 1911

•• , j , • ' • r- * i'"K«"• !•';<?-' -iu" 4 W;-v "! t;' M |V, COMIC AND MAGAZINE SECTION iHBSa.' fMi wWRs m pksn KyRjjs MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCT. 5. 1911 SEE THE PRETTY PLANT MAJOR OZONE WHEW! IT'S POISON IVY V«uDER-My soys - i* _ A RARE SHRUB KNOWK A* THE HECloT.uS IS/TPW0ACHUS - ILL PROCURE tY IF YE* IT I % VER HARD TO PLUCK oTS ARE Too HARD THE KO CLU0 VOllR FRIEND ___ , ' t~~ _? • •• — ^ t A (At « | Hfc: 1*1^JVjn. i\nw>n FIRMLY ANCHORED It IN THE EARTH Something about Ts PLAHTS AS WELL AS FRESH AW (1 9 ^5. i ni. ;:A n 1 H-VD MaS^R ' / 1 OH- 8&Y>-iH&pE that Qoob^y — SHftufl ANCHo£|t> FiRMkV IN'THE .earth ■m ~ Mil ■* ' ? HI law "■ ,r,hppi ill p«L .Jlr4L0- Hi. '■ "I Ki!ii;,i!!',l: Hi i■ ■' !!! / y L^ill fWrrSf THANK YOU My 0c.ys — AMD SEE I BRC I3ACK v* TW ME THE RARE PLNHT No- 0 oYs. v* e must Postpone OUW f?AMB\.ES To DAY THE f5ARE SHRuB hwaaogl ^opE" t&ftoKC FELL W ANT> T>e Killed S>At FLawiEfe 0AD \ UCK- JnivuD^ P^oCuRE'D UAVU WEEK PR^VfD • ^...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 October 1911

r> v:;. m: "f. foy-W lof If) , (|, : GALVESTON —An Allegory \ LIVED in hope and health; fuN of joy in life, careless of its limit; growing as the tree grows, with- out heed or intent, from gracious childhood into a man's strength and passion. Then I took a fair companion, and built myself a house of pleasure in a garden of Paradise, where every evil sound and sight were shut away from our rapture, and neither pain nor poverty dare breathe intrusive sighs. My love's name was Delice. Her eyes were bluer than the Gulf's depths; her face a lily redenned with the warm glow of sunset; her lips efnrlfit.. and cool as the pomegranate flower; and the full noon-day sun could uu no gleam of gold to her rippled hair. I loved her and gave my life to her. Our home was lavish in decoration and ap- pointment; within Its cool walls were hung gorgeous tapestry softer than the forest moss and rare old paintings. On the sound- less floor imported rugs deadened every foot- fall. Tapering flasks of wi...

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

WJfc V STORIES OF MORGANS MEN /\ V : ^K mm :a W E capturcd this winter more pris- oners than there were men in Mor- gan's division, and killed and wounded many hundreds of the enemy. The stores and munitions which we captured were valuable, indeed, and contrib- uted largely to the success of our service. We were never paid a cent for our ser- vices in the war. Our men had to capture their pay from the enemy. We could take a label from a medicine bottle and buy more with it than we could get for a $5 Confeder- ate bill—but we never recaived any Confed- erate money. Our little paper, the Vidette, quoted money at $5 in Confederate money ior one 01 guiu. wc uttu to work, figl^t and provide for ourselves. We never had heard' of a Confederate soldier starving to death. They regarded all horses as "common car-, riers," to be ridden "without money and with- out price." Anything found fit to eat or wear, served as an allurement, and conse- quently a great deal of white whiskey was found and ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 October 1911

■ isf II B mk £1 Tta LAST DAYS OF THE SCARECROW Showing the Wild Bird Ifc Not the Farmer s Enemy By Wm. L. TINLEY, Author of American Birds ^ , HE real wealth of the country is based up- on the products of agriculture. Thte prosperity of the nation depends upon a prosperous farming class. Without the help of our wild birds farming wioifld be impossible- No other farm hands could acomplish the work entrusted to birds. The wild birds of orchard, field, and for- est are Nature's check upon the increase of insect life. With the great handicap of bird destruc- tion in our present day the loss from insect and rodent pests in the United States the past year is estimated to be eight hundred million dollars. This loss can be reduced only when a public sentiment is aroused for proper bird protection. Tht practical farmer can not afford to ignore the relations that wild birds bear to his crops. They are part of the natu.rail resources of any farm. The farmer will prosper in proportion to the w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 October 1911

HI V A V < •> f A ' i I % 0 11. is v h- Campbell House Ouruvr Klin A llnrivood sin. DAM, A .4. Now, Modern, absolutely Fire- Proof, hot and cold running ar- tesian water In every room, l'tione In each room. ^ ^RATES $1.00 AND UP , Our Scrap Book Geo. Degenhart Manufacturer of Automobile Tops BlGfir Tors, CUSHIONS, enVBH DASII Mil, FEXDUJtS. Send me your orders; same will re- ceive prompt and curcful attention 11HW Elm Street. Delta*, Texii* Texas Artificial Limb Company I . W. KITTHKM,, Prop. Manufacturer* of Artificial Limbs Braces, Etc. i KM Obeuevert Street, Houston, 'Texas. OYSTERS Ask your dealer for MKHQlJiT Oysters. They aro the best on earth. Grown on private, buds and packed wltlv personal super- ylslon. Ue sure the oysters you eat are GULF PACKED "And not shipped by some Inte- rior Jobber who necessarily ships older and second-hand goods. By all means hqve Gulf-packed and preferably those put up hy The F.V.Gentry Company Wholesale Growers and Shipper* ( of Oysterij. ...

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

HP t vm Ell' m ■ i y.:j r. <* ' Tolman Engineering Co. First National Hank Bldg., Houston, ToxaK, Surveys, Subdivisions, Drainage, Irrigation, Roads, Waterworks, and Bridges; lleneral Practice. Poultry and Farming FREE- This Ad Is good for One $5 SILK VEST Order at FREE With Vour Kail Suit DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS Stocks and Bonds We buy and Sell stocks and bonds of es- tablished value f al kinds wherever located. We make a Hiioclalty of ex- ecuting orders for TEXAS CO. STOCK. Orders executed for stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange for cash, or on a conservative credit. Loans made on high grade bank stocks Win. B. King. W. D. Sherwood IV*. B. KINO « CO. Houston, Texas. MAN'S PROFITS. One of the most enthusiastic poutry men says Profitable Poul- try, is D. M- Berran of Augusta, Maine. He is a night watchman. This work seems to give him more time for his hens than some workers have, or perhaps he sleeps less. Anywdy, he is ready to work in the henhouses or yards about one o'clo...

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

I'IK- [NE Tex. LtS rEXAS las. aa |ery of more Iknrds' lent oa :ts many rirclf, blm for -nt, [rrretarj rrnnarfr iTexas a Deep for ftrst-rlasi anxwkfrr li i . Hflrrmcci ine Co. ■Prop, lb, Texas, T«N. ith t. Nswlr tur ^ all appoint- . Room* from | moat moder- t In connsc- Manager. TEXAS. When la Callss with a grip or trunk to transfer or cheek for the day turn It over to ' " The Dallas Transfer Co. Pt nf Main TO-IO. Our agents at all trains In uniform W riicve. store ami pack household guods. Local city office near Oriental Hotel, IMS Commerce aL, ballsi, Tex am brand new THuJeS fOKI « wmill down, Ml mm? urm . ONE TRAPPER'S EXPERIENCE harness BFOOY AND AUTO TOPS. Cerrtxffe Trlmnilac •( All KIHa Warn* harnsss. all complete. i '•?, Inch loner tug, back bands, collars, bridles, lines, breeches, breast and pots straps with pat- ent hasies, £23.70 Single harness JS.OO. GEO. DEGENHART The iiij y caused b; the bar- -;barou3 practice of slaughtering birds for millinery purpose', great as it ha...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 October 1911

A New Broom Sweeps Clean BHOQMS made the SPIKES way are BETTER. Call for them at your dealers. SPIKES BROS. Manufacturers. DALJLA5, TEXAS h EUcQUIPKO & NOVtLTl AiurwMu UTHfHi aisaax KATTMANN ANDKNEELAND TENT COMPANY Manufacturers of Tents, Tarpaulin*, lUrt and liny Covers, Awnings, Etc. Weight and Workmanship Guaranteed. HOUSTON, TEXAS. Fred E. Dukes, MANUFACTURERS' AGENT Hydraulic Press Brick Company, Atlantic Terra Cotta Company, Atlanta Tasro Cotta Company /SO Wllsn Bid*. Dallas,- Texas. BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME •with Mirrors. We are equipped for making any size or shape, beveled or plain. A specialty of Mirrors for Closet Doors. Fort Worth Glass Works Port Worth, Texas. The Bradley Hair Emporium Finest and most complete stock •* Human Hnlr In the South. Switches, Pompadours, Puffs, Curls, Wigs, Transformations and Bangs. We also make your combines Into any article desired. If you have not suf- ficient combing saved w0 can alway« add out hair as desired at small cost 413 Houston St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 October 1911

V V A See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO lnsura**«, riexia, Texas. \ The Mexia Weekly Herald. m Twelfth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1911. «LMr«T«ar COURTHOUSE NEWS NOTES SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. Marriage License. T. H. .Stallings to C. D. Car* penter. James Jones to Dicie RIcDonalc T. J. Foley to Lillie Golden. Albert Bunch to Wilmer Mun- den. C. L. Martin to Etta Dorsey. Harrison Kelley to Fannie Clark. Albert Wediow to Lena Jack son. Aklus Keetou. to Kersue Man- liana. visited in Mexia last week. Sheriff Therrell and family vis- ited Mrs. M. A.-Drinkard at Kirk Saturday and Sunday. Tax Collector Geo. W. Herod is probably the busiest man in the court house now, as the state and county taxes are due. His 20,000 PEOPLE IN THE CITY # It was estimated that 20,000 ... people came to town yesterday to deputies are vuntlng different *Umd the big Kmghng circus start flade County Court—Criminal Docket. (lion. W. A. Keeling, Judge) Steve. Pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 October 1911

'' '• V :W Wpjr ■ g I II JT^IF YOU LIVE WITHIN LIMESTONE OR FREESTONE COUNTIES, READ EVERY WORD OF THIS ADVERISEMENT "S?W®!trW!s Will be Distributed to Its Subscribers _ | by THE MEXIA WEEKLY FirSt PriZC# ^ beautiful Mahogany Cabinet Grand Piano exactly like illustration below. Largest size upright piano made, guaranteed for ten years. See detailed description below. Credit check for $200.00 on an exact duplicate «# the $350.00 Piano offered as first prize. This makes the piano cost you $150.00. * Credit check for $175 on an exact duplicate of the $350 piano offered as first prize. The piano costs you $175. Credit check for $150 on an ex^ct duplicate yf the $350 piano offered as first prize. SECOND PRIZE; piano cost you i THIRD PRIZE: FOURTH PRIZE; rirni nni-rr. ririn rnizx; Credit check for $125 on an exact duplicate of piano of- fered as first prize. SIXTH PRIZE: This consists of exactly $1,000.00 worth of valuable prizes which will be distributed among our subscribers who are not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 October 1911

:• .«Wi • iPfff '■ pf! V/ V ft-' The Texas Dollar. The Texas born dollar, takon § from the soil and from thje bowels of the earth, is the most honest dol- lar in circulation and has more prosperity in it than any other form of legal tender. It spends the week days at Ihe markets and goe to church on Sunday and has few bad habits. It builds our homes, churches and school houses and when these tasks are completed its love for the fireside leads it to prefer do- ing chores for the family rather than embark in the gigantic Enterprises of the 20th century civilization. It takes special delight in buying the baby a new dress; providing ■case and comfort for the home and taking the family on a summer va- cation. It is timid and clannish. It. will shy at a railroad o> a fac- tory like a young colt at a loco- motive. As a rule avoids foreign company and seeks seWt compan- ions; it travels only in we'd trodden paths and when it wander* in new fields it soon becomes frightened at the strang...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 October 1911

THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year fl-00. Six Months Three Months 25. Entered as second-class matter March I, 1908, at the postofflce at Mexla, f«xas, under the act of Congress of March 5. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES 1 iBsue 2 is. 4 la. 1 yr. 1 Page <12.00 *22.00 *40.00 $500.00 % 7.50 13.00 24.00 80.00 ^4 " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Last Than Ona uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per inch 20 cents. ' I Issue*"—per inch 85 cents. 4 Issues—per inch 60 centa. CANDIDATE AND CANDI- DATES. According to our Groesbeck correspondent there is going to be a lively time in politics next year, and we do not douibt it. There ale already many prospec- tive candidates for the various county offices, just ^feeling around" to see how the land lays. Here in Mexia we will get out a few.i Capt .T. J. Gibson is not averse to going to the legislature. And all will admit that the captain would make an able reipresenta tive and should he decide to en- ter (the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 October 1911

A ' A V TOjrr ; typ '"! i ; •' ' #> ■ "v", w&r* n 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 W. D. Pittman has completed his now show window at the foot Jliss., lias returned to lii« home of the staira and has a pretty dis- play therein. The window is rmieh larger than formerly and permits of a better display. , F • : ■ if mm V Local and Personal. Mrs. Jesse* MeLendon has re- turned from a few weeks sojourn hi Cool Colorado . Mrs. A. S. Walker has re- turrned to her home in Austin after a several weeks visit to her daughter, Mrs. "W. S. Red. Mrs. J. E. Jordan returned at noon from Corsicana whee she' has been attending the bedside of her husband, who is now able to sit up. but is not out of pain. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 October 1911

SPECIAL DAYS. Cuatom For Year* Past U Still Carried Out. Our cotton crop last year sold for approximately $320,000,00(\ and many of our citizens are under the Impression that this money is avail- able for building' railroads, factories, etc. It is true we They Cannot tilve Beauty, Strength or Health to Possessor, or Pro- long Life. The more experience we have of the world the more that experience should show us how little is in the power of riches; for what, indeed, If Ji""; A# has been thu custom for yeftrs, 11 the Stuto Fair of Texas lias assigned opening mines, special days to various organizations ' ,1. r.,.. U,. i and societies, providing two large and exchange OUT C< > 111 >n lot golil bill spacious auditoriums for their con- while producing the cotton, we con- | - venience and special use, in wuioh t gnme „]| uur cej.oaig nnt[ «hin in I truly deetrabl# can they bestow upon on varioua"t• ducationJi'su°cti!"**to." $75,000,000 worth of feed stud' from UH ■ '$an they giv...

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