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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 October 1908

1 |P. ; fST 3 $ \ :; *,_• * | v ;- Hj||||iltti|j||jU FT*. NEWS FROM OYER TEXAS In a runaway accident In Houston Friday afternoon Dr. C. H. Herick was seriously injured and may die. Orders have been Issued at the large Iron and steel plants of the country to prepare for resumption by October 1. Dr. J. C. Dysart. nnd family, who have been in Ennls for several weeks left Tuesday in their 50-horeepower automobile for their home in 1-os An- geles. Joe Oxshear was captured by offi- cers at Sweetwater early Saturday for attempting 10 criminally assult Mrs. Letha Isaacs In the City hotel late Friday night. The residence of H. P. Drought, one of the wealthiest men in San Antonio was burglarized Saturday night. The thieves secured $500 in diamonds and other valuables. The Texas delegation to the Inter- national Tuberculosis Congress has secured the cream of the exhibits for display at the State Fair of Texas, which opens in Dallas Oct. 17. As the result of an explosion at the power house of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 October 1908

SVs' a Tickets ■ TO '•■f, ' V." rnla Points andThe Northwest ith At Reduced Rates VIA [,f- I k Sattk of t. ■. Henry. The subject of this sketch was born in Missouri, April the ninth 1839 died'August 2£ , 1908, he was 71 years four months and 19 days oid. He was married to Miss Barbra Breeding, August 19, 1859, to this union were born six children four still living, J. A. antics and one laugh follows another throughout the entire afternoon. Individual hits are made by clowns from England France, Germany, Spain and America. Groups of jesters and fools fill the arena, burlesqueing public events, taking off national ease Circus M Tuilayas October One Afternoon Performance Only. Sale September 1, October 31, 1908. R. to characters, and enacting little Henry of Greely Colorado W. A. pontomimes and travesties that, Henry Chester county, Tenn-;keep the audience in constant | essee, Mrs. H. F. Dany,.Ennis, merriment. Texas, and Mrs. H. G. Wright Those who live on a visit the end to came. For...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 October 1908

>. j. vV ' . .• ■'^ri'iK-'4^ w3 * ■^ppfl See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The TvIexia Weekly Herald. vol. 9 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1908. NO 42 rawr* nrr\ • ZruiMiumthMHftefML , r;v I DR. WM. i 1 a Coming! iJSf* t:7"S 5 corns ngl! A. PARKER ASHEVILLE. big ngin She w BeginingThursday October 15th The King-K Co. Will give a series of Concerts in their mammoth Canvass on the lots oppo- site the Marble Yard on East Com- merce Street. The best I i DIES AT Robert Kincheloe Laid to Rest. The funeral of Robert Kinch- —*— eloe at 10 oclock Wednesday Prominent Member of the University was attended by a large number of friends of the family and of „ , , .on young man. Tuscaloosa, August 20.- (SDecial ) - News of the J-he pall bearers were selected death of Dr. William A. 1 ^ among his former chums, Parker at Asheville, N. C., was | f f°llows: A?amTH' Bryan Sam received here yesterday. Dr. Anderson, Alvin Lipscomb, Wal- Parker had gone to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 October 1908

m HEXIA WEEKLY HPHALD M. P. BOUX. Publisher MBXIA, TEXAS Chicago Ilecord-Heruld: Ambassa- dor HH1 will continue to ambass. The czar is said to have a dozen crowns. His head lies uneasy enough with one. "All in favor of apple dumplings please rise," says the Baltimore Sun. The ayes have it. Men will have to buy the dominion of the air with blood. That was how the land was won and the seu. And now comes the pigskin further to divert attention from the game of saving the country.—Boston Herald. No one objects to the directolre gown provided it does not look as if the lower part of it had caught on a nail. "No woman who wears a 'rat' shall become my wife," says an Ohio col- lege professor. Rough on rats, for sure. Teaching Industry Much Confusion as to Real Meaning By DR. CHARLES W. ELIOT. Pmlinl Harvard University. Esperanto, of course, is not a dead or even a dying language. Its "rat- tling in the throat" is an auricular il- lusion. A Chicago princess who is stranded in Paris finds it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 October 1908

M1- THE WEEK'S EPITOME K' 7- d A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. In u fire which occurred Mouday ill New York seven persons lost their lives. Benjamin H. Itldgeley, United States Consul General to the City of Mexico, tiled suddenly about midnight Saturday night In the City of Mexico. A street car was demolished and its crew Injured Sunday when a religious parade of 1100 persons led by Bishop Paul Rhode became a maddened mob in Chicago Heights in Chicago. Reports from the Philippines show that the typhoon which prevailed last Sunday inflicted considerable damage The new town of Taft, on the Island of Samar, is said to have been com- pletely destroyed. At Tanaha, Okla., souteast of Tulsa about ten miles, the Hecia Oil Com- pany and others drilled in a great oil well Saturday , which opens up a new field. The strike has created excite- ment in oil circles. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 October 1908

iwili rh^rhhhsbbh^HHHBBHI i. ./ivA! . • .'• \ adical Reductions on Wall Paper We have decided to close out our present line of Wall Paper and in so doing have decided to waive all profit and in some instances cut a goodsclice off the cost. Every price has been pared to the quick with this one object in view—a quick, clean closing out of this Wall Paper line. You can paper two rooms for what one would ordinarily cost. Beautiful tapestry designs, charming floral effects, tile-stamped patterns for the bath—all are included and must move on. Your opportunity is now with you. If you are not going to paper until spring, anticipate your wants now let us measure your rooms, pick out your patterns and own them, far below their regular value. Below we quote you a few of the choicest bargains. Radical Reductions 50 rolls Blue Tints 10c, reduced to 5C 5t> rolls Green Tints 10c, reduced to 5C 0 rolls Buff Tints 10c, reduced to 5C Radical Reductio s Moire Ceilings to match 15 to 25c 10 job lot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 October 1908

1 ).'■ ■■ M- r" I y) i i- >u Money to Loin ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. I 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. Up to noon today the cotton receipts at the two Mexia yards footed up 7550 bales. T . A. White is limping around with a game leg, and thinks it is rheumatism. New diamond ear screws, Lost, in Bowers cotton office 16—a five and a ten dollar bill. Suitable reward.—Dr. J. P. Cook. John Patterson, an old and re- spected citizen of this county died at his home in Groesbeck last week. Dr. Bigger left Tuesday morn- ing for Texarkana to attend Synod. Signet rings all sizes at Pitt- man's. Miss Addie Niles has returned to her home in Hubbard City after a short visit in our city. Mrs. Nettie Pearl Simmons MacLaughlin o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 October 1908

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 October 1908

giro : , f-' '!$$& ' sjf SfiSifc . -U:l .: ■' '$ f ' V. PfSSS&PW? V >- .. N NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS DRAG8 YOU DOWN. Orders have beeu issued at the large iron and steel plants of tlie country to prepare fur resumption by October 1. Col. R. 13. Smith, known as the Tex- as alfalfa king, was seriously injured at Sherman, Saturday morning when his horse fell upon lilm. Dr. H. E. Yarbrough was shot and killed at Markham about S o'clock Sat- urday night. G. S. Uyars, proprietor of the Byars Dru« Store, is under $.r,,l>00 bond. Fire, probably by an incendiary, caused the loss of 300 bales of cotton at Brooksniith Sunday morning and also destroyed the platform and two Frisco freight cars. James H. Cunningham, IS years of age, an acrobat by profession, died at. the city hospital at Austin Monday from injuries sustained in a fall re- ceived while doing trapeze work dur- ing the recent county fair. Petitions have been received by the Texas railroad commission asking for h reduction o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 October 1908

One-Way Colonist Tickets sfe TO California Points andThe Northwest Greatly At Reduced Rates VIA A RAPID 1IISE FROM THE COTTON PATCH. 55 twice, one ball stricking him in the left side and one in the thigh, both of the wounds being mere- ly flesh wounds and will not prove fatal. We did not learn the trouble.—Groeskeck Journal. h H.& T. C. R. R. On Sale September I, to October 31, 1908. For turtaer information call on agents of the H. & T. C. R. R. or write to C. K. Dunlaf T. J. Anderson Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt Houston. Texas. WHITE'S Cream Vermifuge THE GU&RANTEEB WORM REMEDY An Old Limestone Citizen. Hon. W. A. Kincaid, a former citizen of this county, now living in Manila, P. I., spent a few Thp fnllnwino-statpmpnt should c days in the county last week be read by every young person 'the trouble.-Groeskeck Journal. visiting old time friends. He and who reads this paper. They are | HAD A CLOSE CALL. his wife will sail from New York inspiring and show what can be Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 October 1908

R1"', ' \ ?9?P 1 1 f/!/ $ •S* fl .1 ! ' I f . I < . See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insura*trce, flexia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. VOL. 9 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1908. NO 43 COURT HOUSE NOTES <Jroesbeck Journal. RETURN OF HALLE/'S COMZT. ( Should Blush for Shame. Senator Joe Bailey has secured Texas has a heritage from the a pei'm>t to hunt in Mexico and irst fathers of a permanent school > w'" *;a^e a Party of friends .nto fun J that'is the wonder of the the sister republic about the l.'ith .«u , ovu.i.« Lieuuoi owl™- world, yet, thirty-eight of the ofjNovember. Effie Williams to Dewitt Todd. tiona] of the sky turants known i forty-five states have a longer' Maggie Hanson to M J Rogers. fco Mtronomers> has ]00ped-the- sch°ol term than Texas. Fur- Maud Day to Chas Potts. loop in its whirl through a billion thermore, Texas ranks 36th in Georgia Bailey to Virgie Beai d.. „„,i ;Q expenditure per capita for pub-: MARRIAGE LICENSE. Maggie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 October 1908

Yellowstone park is becoming al aa unsafe aa if it were a great LY HFRALD P. BOUX. Publisher TEXAS ===== Life of Future Science Will Make It a Paradise of Ease By MARCONI I r, i Infant weighing 20 pounds was at Bbewano, Wis., the other day. Who can think of an appropriate name for him? Brery American must respect the ■rmy uniform and the navy uniform, bat he cannot respect the man who wears it when that man proves him- self unworthy. A shortage of chorus girls was re- ported lately in New York, and now Oklahoma reports a shortage of 1,200 school teachers. What are the girls doing, anyhow? The success of Maxim's noiseless device for rifles serves to correct 'J)« somewhat popular notion that Max- im's is something loud nnd noisy, as well as festive. Washington dispatches say that within the next 90 days a new Pana- ma bond issue will probably be put out, amounting to about $25,000,000, but postage stamp bids won't go. Texas has more miles of railroad tban any other state, but still it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 October 1908

THE WEEK'S EPITOME ! i v i 4 T V- kl A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. Lee Hall and Cecil Hall wore both killed in a difficulty near Bedias with another man Sunday. In a wreck on the Rock Island near Yukon, Okla., last Friday, forty-one jjersons were more or less seriously in- jured. Prospects for an Interurban railway from North Fort Worth via Springtown and Azle to Mineral Wells were never brighter. The Russian cruiser Oleg, which went ashore off Libau last Monday is still hard aground. Efforts are being rcade to lighten her by removing her suns. Conductor J. C. Kendall of the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley railway, shot by Frank Davis, a negro, at Lula, Miss., died at St. Joseph's Hospital In Memphis Wednesday. Major Sweene of El Paso Monday ordered all dogs shot that are not muz- zled. Eight persons have been bitten by mad dogs since Saturday, causing a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 October 1908

gwrnW i ' i r n i mi ■ — ■ .. , V'■ ■ ■ ^ I ■■ - iftf- f I M, ^v 'f Radical Reductions on Wall Paper We have decided to close out our present line of Wall Paper and in so doing have decided to waive all profit and in some instances cut a goodsclice off the cost. Every price has been pared to the quick with this one object in view—a quick, clean closing out of this W^ll Paper line. You can paper two rooms for what one would ordinarily cost. Beautiful tapestry designs, charming floral effects, tile-stamped patterns for the bath—all are included and must move on. Your opportunity is now with you. If you are not going to paper until spring, anticipate your wants now let us measure your rooms, pick out your patterns and own them, far below their regular value. Below we quote you a few of the choicest bargains. : Radical Reductions 5O rolls Blue Tints 10c, reduced to- • ■ 50 rolls Green Tints 10c, reduced to- 50 rolls Buff Tints 10c, reduced to- • • •5c • 5c ■ 5c Radical Reductio s Moire ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 October 1908

'P ■>:" : y -v,v- v.' v.i ■ I,, ; J . m to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS %'iy_ V' :r.-: 4 * < I 5 u.j -r <* llptf r VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. I have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to nvake 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. Brin your hides, wool and beeswax and get the highest cash price.—C. Felz. Edwards, the mill man is, put- ting in a large 25-horse power gas engine to run his machinery with, and says when he gets it started that he will be better prepared than ever to do the business. Bracelets many styles at Pitt- man's. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mathis of Tehuacana were in Tuesday night enroute to Dallas to do the big fair. Hugh Freeman is home after an absence of several weeks traveling in the interest of the Mexia Townsite company. ~ Highest market price paid for cotton see...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 October 1908

\>y.' i-'mw'1 annual sales over nine MILLION. Good, reliable quality is appreciated1 I* the smoker. Over Nine Million (9, SSS.OOO) Lewis' Single Binder cigars annually. The kind of cigar smok have been looking for. made of rich, mellow tasting tobacco. It's the judgment, of many smokers that lAwis' Single Binder straight 6c cigar equals in quality the best 10c cigar. There are many imitators of this cele- brated brand. Don't let. them fool you. Thore is no substitute. Tell the "dealer you wish to try a Lewis' Single Binder. Lewis Factory1, Peoria. 111., Originat- '•rm Tin Foil Smoker Package. Derrjand for Artificial Flowers. Makers of artificial flowers in New Vork city are receiving an unusual ■ umber of orders from all parts of the country for the fall and winter trade. Most of the supply for the na- llou conies from New York, where more money is spent for the manu- facture of imitation flowers than la any other city in the world. CURE AT CITY MISSION. Awful Case of Scabies—Bod...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 October 1908

EKIfefs&t. Pf-?-' , 1 j ■I :U. ( -V u NEWS FROM OYER TEXAS THREE WEEKS. Mrs. F. I-.ucknback of Fredericks- burg, Texas, ended her life Monday night by hanging herself. The cornerstone for the new Metho- dist Training School, at Meridian, Texas, was laid Thursday. Sunday was a gloomy day for the people of Greenville as there were four funerals In the city cemetry. Texas, according to arrangements announced b* Controller Murray of Washington last week, is the ninth bank examining district. Nine miles south of San Augustine at Jeaneses' Mill, .Luther Waller shot and killed his wife accidently while working with a pistol Friday. The official board of tine First Meth- odist Church has, by the adoption of a formal resolution, invited the North Texas Conference to hold its annual session In Dallas in 1909. According to reports recently made public, individual deposits in the Na- tional banks of Texas increased over four and one-half million dollars from July 15 to September 23. W. T. B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 October 1908

unc-way Colonist Tickets TO California Points andThe Northwest Greatly At Reduced f VIA FOt BITTER COUNTRY SC H.& T. C. R. R. On Sale September 1, to October 31, 1908. For lurtaer mlormation call on agents of the H. & T. C. R. R. or write to C. K. Dunlap T. J. Anderson J ^Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt Houston. Texas. Oream Vermifuge the eumiTEEi WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. IKWARC Of IMITATIONS* THB OENUINt FftCPAMKO ONLY BV Ballard-Snow Liniment Co* ex. louxs, mo. MEXIA DRUG CO. Consumers should be on their guard against food articles that are made by ignorant persons in a haphazard manner, as they are likely to prove deleterious to health. m PRICE'S WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD is made by a physician and chem- ist—cleanly, pure and acceptable to the most delicate stomach. IO cents a package. For sale by all Grocers districts, and in the towns and villages incorporated for free school purpose only, to fifty cents on each one hundred dollars val- uation of propert...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 October 1908

- s Hp? PHHPPRR. - . «awa ■flJPP ^ Si ? SMSK; ltoB& ■ - I 'm-mym *>-y.'"'.'* -•■ :T' ;' • • '"•• • • - • • • J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insure***, Hexia, Texas. Mexia Weekly Herald. VOL. 9 MEXIA. TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1908. NO 44 Wagner & Company w .'.1' I \ ■ v % lr 1 'S t. With a $50,000.00 stock of Merchandise consisting of everything that men, women and children wear bought far below the prices that our competitors pay and sold accordingly—con= ducting our business under the most economicial system in the South, we are without ques= tion in a position to save you money on everything you buy in our line. To confirm the above statement all we ask is that you compare our prices and qualites with any you may wish, either in or out of Mexia. We are and will always be here conducting our own business at all times—backing every price and statement that we make with a positive guarantee of perfect satisfaction or your money back. In every instance we ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 October 1908

Off HRALO .MUX. Publisher TEXAS . „ i two In a canoe may be bliss, i often •nda in blisters. money la tight, no one elx •n opportunity to be. The fishhook cactus la the compasi ot the desert, for it always points to ' the south. „ ' The Merry Widow says she knows BsR' what it feels like when a wedding is "solemnised." It'a better to have loved and losl than never to have enjoyed her moth- er'a good cooking. The science of navigating the air ia of alow growth. It is a century old and still in its infancy. The colleges of the country turn out 14,000 new lawyers every year, but then the trust demand is also big. The Clyde shipbuilding yards pro- duced 509 vessels during 1907, as com- pared with 372 the previous year. Hudson bay is reported to be al- ready almost frozen over. The hay fever season must be very short in that region. King Edward is absolutely free from personal debt. This will seem almost unprofessional to a number of neigh boring rulers. If that Yellowstone park highway m...

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