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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 November 1911

/ Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AflD EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled bo make loans on Real Mutate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans rlosad at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Local and Personal. J"*t Received, 300 Ingersol Watches.—H. C. Roller. The ub-coriimitteo8 of the godc roads movomcnt wont out over the lines yesterday and after- wan 1h got together and agreed ot the lines of the district and the roads to be built, mm! now the pe tit ion asiking for the elecition is being circulated for signatures, and the next term of the court to bo held on the second Monday in tills month, will be usked to order the election, which will probably be held in December. • 3 pLe^e carving sc>t at one dol- lar per set at Pittman's Jewelry store. Zeli Harris has swapped his farm near town to* Will Miller of Tehuacana for a farm at Hon- est Rid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 November 1911

TEXAS . CUljjj ENTERTAINED V- 4*. At. a meeting of the Executive Committee ox the T ox His Auti-Tu- bercwloas A s >ciatiou iu Austin, Friday, it w is deeidod to estab lisli a hospital home ou the Gulf (J wns! for children affile tod with tuberculosis of the boues and glands. It was reported to the commit- tee that til re was practically no provision in the State for those children, and, m fact, that little had been d >ne throughout the country in the way of special 1. spitad provision outside of the S-a Breeze Hospital in New York City. This institution was made famous a few ,\ ears ago by "Smil in_r Joe's" campaign for funds for a new hospital building. A medical member of the com aiittee dscribed this form of tu- bcreusosia to lay members as eonsiunption of the bones. It was staled that most of he hunch- backs were cases of tuberculosis of the spine and that most cases of hip disease, resulting in a shortened limb, were tuberculo- sis cf the hip. Enlarged joints were also at...

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

SIKSSIS: I II MAN BEHIND fll Vjvtifi I. ' \\\ * '<i : i^W: ':V> v.'' • • *ffi .v.sv i i I ! a Baking « I Powder • I 1 | For this is § J the baking g g powder that | | "makes the g g baking better." g g It leavens the food g _ evenly throughout; a ■ puffs it up to airy ■ ■ lightness, makes it | | delightfullyappetiz- a ' | ing and wholesome. ^ g Remember, Calumet ■ E is moderate in price ■ ■ —highest in quality. • Ask your gr • Calumet. D< rocer lor * on't take ■ a substitute. BAKING POWDE ^°T MADE BY THE TR115! Uttpp Wc don'it mean the man behind the trliiM's, nor the man behind in his payment#. Julius Caesar was "the man behind" Rome. Wash- ington was' "the man behind" thi United States at a crisis in its history. Every successful busi- ness venture, no matter how hum Me, has "a man behind," tlie man who shoulders the responsi- bility and plans the campaign, who possesses those qualities that bring success to him and to those associated with him in business. Young man! if ...

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

Wma .. „> .... . „ , ... .IP w&'v I W H. VACCA Watchmaker, Jeweler and Graduate Opti- tician at &EX1A DRUG CO. STORE A i vVork iVotnptly Done And Guaranteed L)r. J. Metcalf S W. 4) thee F I <ne- UBNTIST Punt rooms over Parlor Druy Store. Orti v 14.1, Home 16. I exiii, Texas firs, Cha>, I, and H. C, Watson DENTISTS Office upstairs in New Opera House building:. Office phone 46; Residences, 73 and 74 MEXIA, TEXAS Columbua, Ohio, Oct. 21.—Hon W. K. Porter, of Lincoln, Ne- twenty years, and must say that I know of but one other governor who has to his credit so many laws in the interest of the people passed under such favorable cir- cums:intcen and that other Ls Gov braska, who wrote the following,er,l0r 'iJl toilette, of Wisconsin, letter to the Lincoln, (Nebraska) , I am now asking myself wluit Daily Star, is a wall known eiitisci I gave the Populists and Bryan of Nebraska. Ho left the llepub-Democrats of Nebraska the im- liean party in 1884 on account of; preasion tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 November 1911

BU UW* COMIC AND MAGAZINE SECTION : mi--- 'ft ' . i f ''Wi i' ■ '''"'■ ■ ; • / f-K*: ' -J 1 *'• f# Iexia Weekly Herald * MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1911 t f jy? r ' J! ,ii AJJrrr iiiili •3>dKMTHBOw 1 J/or\ I I fintUVA/] T«U VA/CGETI A lO^ Aivr.) wui<i>a •* <,f?EAT IDEX^So/S. a./c ««ji i r>An rv \tv- SELVES THE1 FRESH Al ARMY.ANO WE CAVA HAVE A GLORIOUS SIHOW-8ALU 0ATTLE THE U«.K AlPt WUMMM \M, UHTUE FtfES AIK S0ki IK(T5, 7WU HELP ME MAKE A Snow fort BEHlMD THIS FENCE AND I Will defend IT T VOUft AgJUNS. NOW THffN SOYS CfT OVE MN THE FtECO AND MAK« fjbUR SNOW 3ALu% . sr;:-"W m snIYJ <0* ' ■I'I1H >IBII- IMM—<-iWi . , , uook OUT <3^ys, TH,? Alft MAKES THE MAJof? [yGUfvfc A6.A1K" — HA'. HA' ' HAVE THE Qays 6EATEK" To A F^AX^LE -THEY HAVE ^ToppE'D S^ow SAU^KG ME Boy^t>o You lit html tojiijll i ■'!:7 • c,1 iv'itinr unMin; ■PII /.'A fl'i KtP'j Wait k3 w>\ \W. \Vn & (5o YOU Surrender major, 9 MOf?E 80/5 OVER GOES ?. ,YES, 0uT ) ET T hove 7 \ ^ " V# ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 November 1911

* • •'■••- ■ i'| hlflpffiif iffir81 ■ itj0t[' 1> - I - 1 *•4i ; -... ,.., , ,- • -r ...... • f" ' UiL-^- T V i't w: \ A THANKSGIVING DINNER — By John Whitcomb is H— K'S got the dreadfulest will, Parsons Roberts 1 I'm e'en a'most afeard of his ef he says he will do anything, for he'll do it, whether or not, and here I be, a widder, and next to noth- in* left in the way of means," and then the poor little woman burst into tears. Mr. Roberts was a young man, and an honest man, so he did not say anything; his reper- tory of spiritual consolation was as yet small, and strictly conventional. There was nothing in it fitted to this particular distress of a willful son, which really seemed a greater trouble to Mrs. White than the death of Joel, who had just expired in the lean-to bed room. Joel had not been a help or a comfort to her for the last few years. He had at last died "of the trem- ens," as she phrased it, and left her with only the little brown house that had three rooms and a l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 November 1911

✓— / \ / A l/ carried out his promise of a reckless and evil fu- ture, and in some drunken fight in a New York saloon been beaten terribly and brought home to his father's house in Crainpton a mere wreck; fever had set in, and though his injuries were not necessarily fatal, his native constitu- tion was feeble and the. fever took jnortal hold of what dissipation and blows had left of it. 1 he Widow White was sent for to help nurse poor Sam, for the judge was lame with rheuma- tism, and Mrs. Hall was alwava delicate. But m THE JUDGE WAS FURIOUS. there were watchers needed and the young men from Crompton came in for that office, Will White more frequently than any other, for he was so handy, so careful, so tender of the miser- able boy's aches and pains, that Sam would have been glad to have him there always, and the judge was grateful in his own pompous way, while Annie condescended to turn her tearful eyes on him with a faint smile whenever they met—a smile that sent Will temporaril...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 November 1911

I H* . I rtTiii iiiiliTffiiiMli-iiiitiiiitn rur iirniii inn ii tfW-r'y ■ ' (r?n(WT*f ■ Vv'-kv/ . ■#> <«r'W' ••' A -w •«. • "fi * v- ment of the cases, adding that lie himself could have done no more. This, indeed, was a feather in Will's cap, and did him more good than a year's experience with the rather distrustful clients among those left to his care, lie took courage and whatever time his practice left him he devoted still to study, for which Dr. Hyde's library offered him every facility. In the meantime, Annie Hall had grown up into a beautiful young woman, and plenty of lov ers "came down the glen," but to each and all she turned a deaf ear. If she was romantic, her heart was faithful, and though she would not own even to herself where its constancy belonged, she still felt very positively that no other man moved or interested her; and though fudge Ha!! sometime" wondered what made his little girl so very fastidious, he did not want to lose her, and she had her own way in...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 November 1911

V Sep!'(w Tanks Not Playin . Install thfHi! iii try home". T| com (oft* of " I sf werajfC. ilcited. |nk for your counj f'J ««ru alJ thJ IWOdern system of- VrrenponOcnca „.; COLLI WS BROS. 1010 t-J I) M.I.AS * H Im S(r«c|. 01 STOX, TKJtj Our Scrap Book 11 House m Corner Kim ^t llaittMII st«. l"Hl.t.\*. Js'ew. Modern, ^■absolutely Vlre- Proof, toot hii^B cold i nnnlns hr- t1 un water ^bIii every room. PI.one In ctttli ■room. V RATES $1,100 AND UP. 1 % - ] BinyonTransfer&SiorageCo. Furniture Slnrfdl I'nrkeil, Mil|i|iri| ntiil ■Moved. noil Hauling of Safe Freight a Telephone* 1ST. , Machinery antl Specialty. Fort Worth, Tex. A Geo. Deigenhart Manufac :ur«r of Automobile Tops nuoov tops, cushions, cover DASH Kit, FENDERS. Bonn me your ord«rs; Mine will re- ceive prompt and cjareful attention 1!MM Elm Street. Dallas, Tesas Texas Artificial Limb Company P. W. KirrKHLL, Prop. Manufacturers of Artificial Limbs Braces, Etc. 80-1 Cheiievert Street, Honstnn, Texas. OYSTERS Aek your dealer f...

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

Sm ' i A r TEXAS BOILER & TANK CO. The Poultry Yard. F«r1 Mortk, Twkm, rtctotyi Corner Burnet «nd lfwfl it*. We are practical boiler rnakeri. j. s. burrow8. j. b. coolmy, •• , ^ .u _ , . , w, a. atthbrton. , Market the surplus stock. All kinds ot boiler* teak end otneli Tlit*re iirp SPVCfftl eigne tll<lt ill- work, sheet metal work of every de- I # 1 llcrt arc , V ; , Sl^ns Uldl 111 icripttoa. Repair work promptly , chcate good health—a bight red *« iv« oT"■ ckuM to figvre with yo«u j comb, activity, readiness for food M8,fc*p.b£ PoVtmST*" Lammt :m'' a "lo%v Jmf1 smooth annear- SURETY BONDS Do you sign bondiT What kind nave you signed? eum> uur.j; are vary dangerous. You may be called upon to pay years from now. Signing for your friend" In out of date. A surety oom- pany will now furn'sh surety- ship at small cost. See or write The Title Guaranty and Surety Company of Seranton, Pa., S. M. Hllllgoss. Resident Manager. 609-10 Praeto- rian Bldg., Dallas, Texas. —a——. i KATTMA...

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

V A Stocks and Bonds IMhU"?a"euJ Wltf of as- locsted. W«- mske a snsci,?!. h**ev#r t outing order® for 'ilty of ex- " v CO. STOCK Orders exoeulW for stock* tl„ ,, . the New York Htonk £•*;. ,„ ,tMl 011 rHflli, or 011 a (.•on«8rvBii. g9 ft"' Loans ma.lo on high Krad. bank Sfjfi1; W . B. Kin*. w. u J WM. B. KlJtfj A co Iloualun, Ttui, Fori Worth We-' Machine Co. Fort Worth. To*,, General Repairing, lontracl Work a Specially. MILL and GIN WORK SOLICITED w rite for ITlcei. o. It now. \ / % "jJ?0?'1,1!' PresMsnt Oeerge H. Bird, B.cjr, aud Trti*. Corporation iludit Company r-l.Ho Auditor. ■■a Ac«iniTi«„t> W« straighten und kdjust oompllcsted book# and amount* for any business and for towns and cotintlea. flaMnl Offices, Jn.nlt. nuiMleg, la ' M*,n '"ti. BALU9. TEX AM. GRIFFITHS & CO. HARDWOODS Hardwood Floorings Roofing DALLAS, - - TEXAS BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME with Mirrors. W« ar« equipped for making any size or shap*. beveled or plain. A specialty of Mfrrom tor Clonet Doora. Fort Worth...

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

I HI' with a weight on to keep under! the brine, when it is ready for j use. Cover with cold water and cook over a slow fire. You will I think it the best you ever ate. MRS. LORD'S BEAUTY SHOP Stewart Hldg.. Houston, Texas Mfr., and Im- porter Human Hair. Mall oi- lers soloclted for Topees and Wigs for ffon- tlenien: Bleo- trlo Needle Work a spec laity for removing superfluous Hair Warts. Moles. lOtc. Bortoli Mosaic & Tile Co MARBLE, MOSIAC, TILE AND TERRAZO For Floor*, Walla, Celling. Fire place*. Mantels and Decoration, Sao itary floors. wllaon Blilg. Dalian, Te Telephone Mai# SIT*. SUCCESS LADIES SYRINGE The perfect vaginal douche Syringe Is the very best made for women. The most sim- ple, convenient and ef- fecWve; cleanses thor- oughly. Price $2.50. Ad- dress THE SUCCESS CO. l t 3 Mi Dept. A. Fort Worth, Tezaa. Worsted embroideries done in bright colored crewels are used as enlivening touches on costumes, suits and wraps. Embroidered voiles are again to be featured in the h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 November 1911

See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insura***, rte*ta, Team. N — \ The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Yew. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1911. ILNhvTi LATE RETURNS CLEAR UP UNCERTAINTIES Tuesday's Elections Have Changed ■H-* i Situations in Several States. MARYLAND IN THE REPUBLICAN COLUMN Goldsborough, Republican, Apparently Elected Gov- ernor—New Mexico is Democratic—Ohio Muni- cipal Returns Significant—Other Results. Dallas, Texas, November 8.—Election returns this morning clear up some of the uncertainties apparent in the late reports of last night. In Massachusetts, Governor Eugene N. Foss, Demo- crat, will be head of the state for another year, but he will, as in the past, be surrounded by Republican state of- ficials. Returns early this morning at Albuquerque, N. M., indicated a triumph for the Democratic party. This was the first election in New Mexico, which is a new state. The Republicans, however, will hope to control the legis- lature and elect the two Unite...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 November 1911

SOME SPECIAL PRIZES IN OUR PIANO CONTEST From now until November 30th we will give a number of special prizes. You can win one or more of these special prizes and at the same time pile up votes for yourself for the piano. For subscriptions turned in on Weekly Herald and Merchants' votes we will give the following SPECIAL PRIZES For $10.00 on subscription and 5000 Mer- chants' votes— A Lady's Shopping Bag For $15.00 on subscription and 6000 Mer- chants' votes— A Fine Gold Filled Necklace For $20.00 on subscription and 8000 Mer- chants' votes— A Fine Gold Filled Bracelet For $30.00 on subscription and 10,000 Mer= chants' votes—Choice of A Fine Necklace with Pendent' A Fine llox of Stationery with Embossed Monogram Any $4.00 Rocking Chair at Anderson Furniture Co.'s For $50.00 on subscription and 15,000 Mer- chants' votes— A Fine Elgin Watch 15-Year Case—7-Jewel—Worth $15.00 Pick out the special prize you want to try for and when you get enough cash on subscription and merchants'votes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 November 1911

\/ ty >/ /f\ HONOR ROLL FOR OCTOBER First Grade. ■Francis Bryan. Tom Niclc Burns, tftuart Fink Harvey McBlroy Herbert Murphy Lola ml Phillips, Ftaith Clark May Steen Second Grade. Billie Buckner Harold Fink • Doyle llines .Ruth Butler Trtl | r Pabwq Kq n Mary Magnenat i'auline Mayo lAicile Sewell 'an u!c Alice Stevens Louise Tidwell Viola Corley Beatrice Petty Bertha Carte* Third Grade. ftuth Coanahan Elizabeth Watson AJora Gliphant Franchelle Jackson Rthcl Carter Ora Phillips Anna May Magnenal Ruth Clark Louise Burt'ord Harry Klotz L. E. Kolbnan -o— Fourth Grade. Boulah Ruthve* Eulah Ruthven Frances Bass Gladys Mayo Louise McDaniel Gertrude Newman Annie Lou Karner Mary Stevens Elisha Wallace Adrian Kendrick iSidney Tidwell Fifth Grade. Lillian Hall Hortense Doyle Argoo Jacksoa Marie Patton ttuth llines Be.til Ellington Mildred Desenberg Emma Rennolds Bessie Vickers Lois McDonald Mildred Moseliey Nellie Ruthven Zenobia McComb Dan Hodges Leon Blaek Walter Hcwell Conrad Lanning Six...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 November 1911

HERALD Pvbllahsd Every Thursday. *M. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ou Year, |1.00. Btx Months 60 Three Mouths 26. Jhtered a* aecond-clasa matter March I, IMS, at the po« toff Ice at Mexia, ffnii, under the act of Congress of March t. 1«7 . ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue III. 4 la. 1 yr. ft fate tlS.OO 122.00 fVi.OO $600.00 54 " 7.60 13.00 24.00 80.00 %, " 4.60 7.60 14.00 176.00 Leaa Than One uaQrter Page. 1 leave—per Inch 20 cents. • Issues-— per Inch 16 cents. 4 Issue*—per Inch 60 cents. DOES ADVERTISING PAY? Often in soliciting advertising we come in contact with, some merchant "who doubts if iit pays him to advertise. We have a number in Mexia who do not ad- vertise and yet those who do must profit by it or they would not do it. Our sister city, Teaguy, has two papiers, and in looking over them the past week we noticed that one of them contained about four and a half pages of home ads while the other contained about five and a half pages, and besides this the Fai...

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

/ V v A V A 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 Heal Estate diie^t to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closcd at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. /VI. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas * Local and Personal. 7">st Received, 300 Watches.'—H. C. Roller. Ingersol Mrs. McMillan 0f port Worth is in the city visiting frietids. Fresh keg Kraut, barrel Kraut, Herring, Mackerel, and Brick Cheese at Pete's. Dr .W. S. Red is in Galveston this week attending Synod, but he will be back in time to fill his pulpit Sunday. Mr. W. M. Jonee of Tehiua- cana had another prize winning honey and beeswax display at the Dallas fair. Ho has been notified that lie received thirteen) prizes— throe first and ten second, the whole netting hiiin $45 in money besides the blue ribbons. And then his honey and beeswax dis- plays were sold) for about $45 more. ...

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

lm w. f. rmbey to texas democrats Believes Platform Pledges Are Binding in Honor. Batttvat Pro Matter ShouM Ba Again Submit tad to the Pacpla—Ofposat IU- oall ot Judges. T• th« Democrats of Tens a: On the Itth ef September 1 ianued a Irief notice to tlic ertuol, In substance, that X would submit my iiume to the Democratic primaries In J uty of next year far the nomination for the ofTk-e ot C,ov- •rnor, and that 1 would. In a ttUori lima, make a. statement of my views In iteiorence to some of the more important lueue.s and question now In the public mind Conformably to the notice then given, 1 new Issue this statement. As •vUl be seen it covers and includes only aome of the mora Important matters as to which the public have a right to know my opinion. Other matters will be dls- r i. ir.i tS:cc. !r.;:!::Ssd £;riin elab- orated in such speeches as 1 may have occasion to make during the campaign. Always a Democrat; Loyal to Party Platform. I am now, as I have always be«jji, a Democrat, ...

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

I A v ■A \ i v t A', MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER In compliment to Miss Mary Lou Wood, whoso approaching marriage to Mr. Morton Rutl&dge of Cleburne is the event of im- portance in the near future, Mi's. Alius Wilder at. 3.30 on last Friday entertained a large num- ber of relatives and friends with - miscellaneous ''shower." The homo of Mm. Wilder waa a Heene of exceeding beauty, be- ing darkened for the occasion and artifically lighted by num- bers of catwllAs artistically ar- ranged amid the .banks of ferns and potted plants. Out flowers Li profusion added their beauty .and fragrance to the decorative scheme. ;- The guests upon entering were graciously received by Mrs. Geo. Petty, who was chief assistant to her sister, (the hostess) in the care of her guests, A dainty hand painted register upon whose fair white pages eaeh sjuest inscribed her name, and a loving good wish, was charming- ly placed, and gracefully presid- ed over by Miss Fannie Cnrl Kincheloe. The ever popular punch bowl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 November 1911

I X If Bjfljf VACCA P83BSBE F9MQS • ' Watchmaker, Jeweler and Graduate Opti- tician at JVlEXIA DRUQ CO. STORE All Work Promptly Done |And Guaranteed Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. i Phones—Office 143, Home 16. Mexia, Texas Br« Pkon I onfj Vldi bllQOi Li UIIU H, P U/afenn III Ul IIUIUVH DENTISTS Office upstairs in New Opera House building. Office phone 46; Residences, 73 and 74 MEXIA. TEXAS CATARRH 5 S J coi $3 [HAY-FEVER | o£r £ a 4i{i H-gfggH ir 5 2 -aac-sg1 < 8 ilisl 5 C SSl'f'a <1 HAY FEVER El Y'S CREAM BALM Applied Into th« nostrils la quickly absorbad. JIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, lieals.and protects the Oixeiwed uiembruun resulting from Catarrh aud drives uwuy u Cold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Jt is easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. No ^lercury, no cucnine, no mor. jiiine. 'i'hmjoiioeliold remedy. . Price, 50 cents at Druggists or by mail. ELY BROTHERS, SG Warren St.. New York ...

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