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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 November 1911

PART ONE--EIGHT PA< See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LI Ft and TORNADO Insurame, ne* a, Texas. \ I I I The Mexia Weekly Herald.' Twelfth Year. MBXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1911. 91.00 P« Tw RED CROSS XMAS SEALS V y V Mrs. O. B. ColqUitt yesterday received a gift the intrinsic value of which was only one cent, but which she declared she would not part with for less than $1,000, ami then only on the condition that the $1,000 should be given 1 to charity. The gift \tfas a Bed Cross Christmas Steal, the first Seal re- ceived is. Texas thus year. It came on the back of a letter ad- dressed to the Texas Anti-Tuber- cnlosis Association, State Agent for tile sale of Red Cross Christ- mas Seals in Texas. The letter was from the National Anti-Tu- berculosis Association office in Washington, and announced that the first consignment of 750,000 Seals had been shipped to Texas. Dr. L. B. Bibb, Secretary of the Texas organization, conceived the idea of presenting the first Christmas Seal to ...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 November 1911

Sale Starts Thursday November 16th N OW'S THE TIME—this is your opportunity to buy good seasonable goods at unusually attractive prices. Every department in the store has contributed to make this the biggest and best value-giving event we have ever held in November. This Sale Means Much to You It means the great savings to the family purse. Come in and look through our mam- moth stocks—select for your winter needs now while our assortments are completi. You will have no trouble in finding just what you want here and at prices to suit any pocketbook. ************ Sale Starts Thursday ■ i I A /"iL Novemoer loin 44Live Wire" Offerings in Our Busy Garment Section $15.00 for Ladies' $21.00 Suits These suits we are offering during this sale at $15.00 are real beaties--you can't buy them in a reg- ular way for less than $21.00—the styles are up-to- the-minute—> our choice as long as they last at $15.00. At $27 50 fot 25 the swellest suits in the'store —suits that sell at 35.00 and 40.00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 November 1911

IV v v zv\ - >u>> —— 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 dejay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. \Y. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. J" st Received, 300 Ingersol Watehcs. - H. C. Roller. Mr. and Mrs. Ozie Lewis have returned from a few days visit to the San Antonio fair. The new improved Singer 6G, Sewing Machine runs lighter, makes less noise, and lasts longer than, any Sewing Machine on Earth. Cheap for cash or Easy installments.—W. E. Loftis, Sales man. J. T. McLendon of Kirk was in the city Saturday morning and went north on the Central. All goods sold engraved free.— H. C. Roller. R. J. Ellington has returned from a business trip m Illinois and other states. For Sale, Four good mules and jM*ne plow tools. See L. E. Phil- lips, Route 4, Bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 November 1911

■ 1 * THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. M. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $1.00. Biz Months, 60 Three Months 25. Entered as second-class matter March I, 1908, at the po6toftice at Mexla, Texas, under the act of Congress of tracks. March S, 1879. texasun dustrial notes During the past thirty years 29,91)2,000,000 feet ol' timber were cut in Texas. — o The Galveston causeway will soon be completed. It is 10,(i7.) feet long and 273 feet wide. It has accomodations for a wide road, street car and railroad ADVERTISING RATES 'I Issue 2 Is. 4 Is. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $4>/.00 $500.00 M " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 " 4.50 7.50 14.00 t75.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. . 1 Issue—per Inch 20 cents. t issue*' -per Inch 35 cents. 4 issues—per Inch 60 cents. Good roads stand for progress; bad ones retrogression. — o— Objections to good roads are founded on fear—the same fear that lias kept the inferior races n barbarism. o A good road leads from a ood country i...

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

V / s V / iiMi A NOVEMBER MEN'S CLOTHING H = ERE it is—the opportunity you have boen waiting for-you can get your new Fall Suit here during this Clothing Sale at a Substantial saving. Come in and pick out a new suit while the assortment is complete. Plenty of up-to-dat^ stvles to select from now—but they will in a hurrv at these urices. Remember every suit is guaranteed, just the same as if you paid rugular prices. This is The Way They're Going 22.50 ane 20.00 Suits $16.50 16.50 and 15.00 Suits now 18.50 and 17.50 Suits' now $11.59 $14.75 now 27. 50 and 25.00 Suits now SI 8.25 LSal< Sale Starts Thursday November the !;16th Good Warm Wool Shirts We have just received a big shipment of Overshirts—the gocd heavy kind that keeps "old crimp" out on the cold days. Come in let us show you we've by far the biggest assortment we have ever shown, and the values t are unmatchable. Shirt made of Flannel- Pure wool Shirts in tan, Nice quality fancy lette, overplaid effect— grey, brown and pla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 November 1911

, m m II C< [ S* P I &' t c I f Texas Needs Great Men XVIII. INSPIRATION w fHEN General Satn Houston would pass down the streets, it is said that strangers would instinctively turn and inquire,- "Who is that man?" The history of Texas is made up of strong men whose brilliant thoughts and noble deeds have at- traidied the admiration of the whole world, and caused nations to inquire, "Who is that man?" We need in government, industry, philosophy, art, science and literature men whose walk through our lives will inspire us to high and mighty deeds and till the Southland with a golden glow and cause future generations to iinstinctively pause and inquire, " Who is that man ? " n WHO IS THAT MAN? Let those who would hold the wondering attention of men liva a life so powerful that it lifts until it awes and dumbfounds, throw the brightness of their intellect into the dark caverns of civilization and crown the age in which they live with a golden wealth of prog- ress. Texas needs gre...

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

Texas Needs . Great Men XIV. PRIDE •riTE Pyramids of Egypt were erected as a monument to the l)| personal vanity of her ancient Kings, and these " Sphinx of the Desert" have stood for forty centuries as a warning to ill nations against indulging the personal pride of their leaders. We have on our statute book^ many a " Sphinx of Progress," put there as a monument to the personal pride and monumental /anity of our leaders, and these nerca phantoms in the industrial uorizon can be seen clear across the continent standing like a f.pectre against the approach of civilization. / J THE PYRAMIDS OF EGYPT Let those who would ring the meir.v hells of fame first add i lew pebbles to the mighty beach of wi sdom ; change a «)<*s« rt int< a waving field of grain, add a few miles to the thorough faros o commerce, whiten our coasts with canvas and dim tin* horizon witl the smoke of industry. Texas needs gieat men. V RAILROAD NOTES Fallowing compose t.be wwiteh- inj <-rcw now on dait.y ihe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 November 1911

Office DENTIST Front rooms over O"! me • v:>- Drs, Ctias, I, and H, C, Watson DENTISTS Office upstairs in Nhw Opera w H. vacca RULES IN OUR msr VOIK CQNTfSI tic mi at Who is Eligible. • hcv, i r\ ,,ir. i-i\ £>r/\MC Any white lady in iLuuestonc JVlEXlA D.<UCj CO. b lORfc, • . . ,.. or rreestone counties, where this Ad ork Promptly Done! j>a!por circulates, is eligible as a [And Guaranteed candidate for the prize. To be —=—= = nominated as indicated below. I v * , . | e Here Is The Way To Nominate Ur. J. L. metcall Your Candidate. Official noniinaatiaig blanks „ , I wiill appear in each issue of The r Pari >r rT ," . „ . , , | Herald. All nommatrons must be | made on these forms. No others will be accepted. This is the of- I fici,al forni._ Clip, out one of these nominaf- blanks. JHHBBMwMe of the lady you wish to nominate, andl sand to the Contest Editor at once. You must sign your own name in making the nomination, but this will not be made public. We will not give out...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 November 1911

* \/ \ yy is on nil 1 rf. ted vilt iro- II-iii \ PART TWO-FOUR PAGES See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insura***:, rieacia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Yew. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1911. SOME SPECIAL PRIZES fLoo r« in OUR PIANO CONTEST During the month of November 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 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 SPECIAL PRIZES For $20.00 on subscription and 8000 Mer- chants' votes— A Fine Gold Filled Bracelet For $30.00 von subscription and 10,000 Mer- chants' votes—Choice of A Fine Necklace with Pendent A Fine Ilox of Stationery v/ith Embossed Monogram Any $4.00 Rocking Chair at Anderson Fur...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 November 1911

This Advertisement Sounds The Death Knell of High Prices in Limestone County Fifteen Days of Fast and Furious Selling Unlike Anything Ever Held in Mexia Before A Word About This Sale We have made Special Purchases for this Sale going into the Wholesale /Markets and 4mnirin<r from the iobbers underpriced mer- chandise which the advance season with them made necessary to move. To these unusual Values we have added a very large portion,giving This Sale magnitude never before equaled. Paul Norman, Mexia, Texas. AIIGoods Cash at Sale Price This Sale is put on to induce Cash Trade and we can't afford to charge anything ex- cept at regular prices. So in making plans to b'jy <jnnri« ninnse remember that to get full benefit of low prices the money must be in hand. We hope no one will forget this as we cannot afford to charge these goods at Sale prices. Our Entire Stock of Dry Goods Ruthlessly Thrown On The Market At Inaugurating A Great Merchandise Moving Event Beginning Promptly at 8 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 November 1911

\ w A V A V T ■ ■ * .. A- • 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 Keal Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- ♦ tions made by me and loans closed at Moxia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. , W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. The Opera bouse was crowded last night to witness "The Thief," Henri Bernstein's great play. Each scene was well stag- ed, and every part was perfect of its kind, and showed to the life the emotions of the charact- ers represented. Fancy china and cut glass at reduced price this week at Pitt man's; Jewelry store. A CURIOUS INDIAN GAME When Indians inhabited this continent they played a curious game called "Chungke." It consisted in rolling a round disk of stone om the ground, and throwing lamco poles after it. The Indians as a rule, never wore glasses, they lived an out door life and did not read or study; their...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 November 1911

r I \ rmjsr I 1 kpi • ••• Yours for uni- formity. Yourg (or great- est leavening power. Your* for never failing results. Yours for purity. Yours for economy. Yours for every- thing that goes to make up a strictly high grade, ever- dependable baking powder. That is Calumet. Try it once and note the im- provement in your bak- ing. See how much more economical over the high* priced trnst brands, how much better than the cheap and big-can kinds. Calumet is highest in quality —moderate in cost. Received Highest Award- World's Pure Food 1 Exposition. why TnTtmde/tAoae, ? They are made from Wunderyarn spun by the manufactur- ers of 7oT5hdetfio&e.- Wunderyarn is a thread as soft and pliable as silk, but as strong and stout as piano-wire. Wunderyarn gives the comfort that tired feet demand. jos. KUSSBAUM & GO, DON'T HnOLECT YOU 11 V/AT'CH Awatct; u a Plicate piece of machinery. It calls for less attention than most machinery, but r.:t;st bo cleaned and oiled occacicnally to keep perf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 November 1911

* *< o m See J. Sandford Smith for FIRfc, LlHb and TORNADO Insurable, rie*ia, fexaa. -f i The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Year. MEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, Nov. 23, 1911. S1.00 Par TlV —— V v COUNTY APP0IN1MENTS ON COTTON ACREAGE GOVERNOR COLQUITT GIVES OUT LIST AND MAKES suuujaarioNs TO GROWERS. SEEK BETTER PRICES Plan of Action in Accordance with Conference Which Was Recently Held in New Orleans. s Austin, Tex., Nov. 20.—Gov. Colquitt today appointed, county chairmen to carry out (the resolu- tions of the New Orleans confer- ence in the effort to secure prices for cotton. In making the ap- pointments he issued the follow- ing address: "To the Public: In pursuance ... of recommendations made by the • "conference of Governors called ,/jiett in New Orleans Oct. 30 for the purpose of considering the decline in price of cotton, I here- by appoint the following named persons to act as chairmen in their respective counties, as rec- ommended by the address of said conference, for the purp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 November 1911

«V::V' ;;v; ■WTTtiWi'OT •MawwwfiM i. .1 ) I n r Cheeves Brothers & Company GREAT SALE OF Men and Boys' men's Ready to=Wear Beginning Saturday, November 25 and continuing for 15 days Cheeves Bros. & Company will make great reductions on their entire stock of MEN AND BOYS' SUITS AND TROUSERS and all WOMEN'S SUITS, COATS, SWEATEkS and what is usually termed READY-TO-WEAR GOODS. Every item we advertise is just what we claim for it and the goods are here in generous quantity. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to supply your wants in these lines at prices that will save you many dollars. Women's Ready= to=Wear Women's Suits Our entire stock of Women's Suits bunched in two lots and priced as fol- lows for the great Ready-to-Wear Sale 17.50, 18.50 and 20.00 Suits at 12.50, 13.50 and 15.00 Suits at $14.98 $10.98 Women's Skirts Every Woman's and Misses' Skirt in- cluded in the following reductions for our great Ready-ta-Wear Sale. 10.00 and 12.50 Skirts at 6.50 and 7.50 Skirts a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 November 1911

ill \i|/ •i " i 4 9 V/ m A N •2-0. TEXAS NEEDS * * GREAT MEN ' ' tt " ' 111 ' ' " * ''<< v .. «:.4 ■ XIII. ABILITY '^JfHOMAS JEFFERSON wrote the Declaration of Independence and founded a great nation on the western hemisphere. Ben- jamin Franklin taught wisdom, and he became the foremost American philosopher. Civilization has always responded to the inspiring touch of lofty natures and has given thoso who have led us up the mountain peaks of progress a prominent place on the pages of history. The hand of destiny is ever sifting the human race for a genius who can inspire us with ideas that will travel like 'ight and shape the rising glory of our country. W, V m THOMAS JEFFERSON WRITING THE DECLARATION OP INDEPENDENCE Let those who would walk down the aisles of greatness first lig a channel into which men's thoughts will flow like a torrent; nake a key that will unlock the door of wisdom ; plant a civiliza- tion that will unfold like a rose; weave a prosperity that will charm m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 November 1911

f THE HERALD Ftt^ll«h«4 Ivtry Thursday. M. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oam Tear, $1.00. Six Mouths 50 Three Mouths, 26. Entered as second-class matter March I, 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, Vexaa, under the act of Congress of March , 1879. the Federal court m Galveston. The old soldier had better quit revolutin. -o— 1 ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 Is. 4 li. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $4>/.00 $500.00 M " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 fc. " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per Inch 20 cents. I tasiie^— per Inch 35 cents. 4 Issues—per Inch 50 cents. Uncle Sam is to send a regi- . Jtaant of soldaers to China to as- sist in. protecting his people over there. j • > ;TAEg;,.7« * I At — o—i — And now Cincinatti tomes to the front with a "boy mayor," but as he is> a democrat he is all "ight. o Gen. Ramon Caeeras, president £ the republic of Santo Domingo ^as assassinated by^ political laleontents last Sunday. ..."I f. The smallest amount ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 November 1911

A A V A 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. IYI. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Local and Personal. Fred, S. Kamer has returned from a business trip through South Texas. ———0—————————— The stork visited the home of Mr. arnd Mrs. J. R. Sewell Mon- day night and left a fine girl baby. Lt is the first timo the old bird has visited this home in nine years, and John says it is be- cause they had bean living in town all that time and his stork- ship had losij; track of his home, or else the country is more pro- ductive than the town. I handle Soth the old reliable - Thomas Clocks -H. C. Roller. About 1 oclock this morning fire destroyed Isalite Tatum's colored, home in the eattern part of town and came very near catching Isalite too. Eve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 November 1911

L ) vfV t!f SOME SPECIAL PRIZES IN OUR PIANO CONTEST During the month of November we will give a number of special prizes. You can win one or more of these special prizes and at the same time piie up votes for yuurssif for the piano. For subscriptions turned in on Weekly Herald and Merchants' votes we will give the following 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 SPECIAL PRIZES For $20.00 on subscription and 8000 Mer- chants' votes— A Ine Geld Filed Bracelet For $30.00 on subscription and 10,000 Mer- chants' votes—Choice of A Fine Necklace with Pendent /I Fine Box of Stationery with Embossed Monogram Any $4.00 Rocking Chair at Anderson Furniture Co.rs 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 merch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 November 1911

A \ / \ / \ ^y i"l"l > I I I H|<1<"I"I|.1..H.|.|"I'H I I 11 t M H H.|i H.f| |.,n.H< 11 I 1J l"i M* Needs Great M en XII. ORGANIZATION ALEXANDER the Great organized the Macedonian Phalanx and his army conquered the world; Caesar marshalled the Roman Legions and his minions swept Europe. The impor- lant changes in civilization have all been wrought by the piastic hand of a master mind that could feel the powerful impulse of a jjreat world as it frets and moans for able leadership. In every ige progress has waited in attendance upon real strategic men who could comprehend the sweep of human action and see world- wide opportunities as they twinkle in tl>e distanoe. & ; A MACEDONIAN PHALANX Let those who would weave at the loom of civilization and thread the destinies of nations first organic the mighty forces of progress, occupy the frontier of human thought and produce fpecifications for the conquest of the w orld's commerce. Texas needs great men. WEEK Of PRAYEft 'T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 November 1911

m f*vf ' i«r '■> W H. VACCA Watchmaker, Jeweler and Graduate Opti- tician at JYlEXIA DR JG CO. STORE All Work ,J omptly Done A Dr. J. i a ran teed 4 • /Vletcalf order for election. Di risT Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drug- Store. Phone*—Offuv 143, Home Texas 16. Ors, Chas, I, and H, C, Watson DENTISTS Office upstairs in New Opera House building. Office phone 46; Residences, 73 and 74 mexia, texas CATARRH u « Ill a J S i = a ■•StiSK z §. stili < "••Sill'* ft o < S =-i i'-5 C -5 w a~ S -c oo^iil= dfl ^GfolBAU* covP y-fever HAY FEVER El Y'S CREAM BALM Appllsd into mm nostrils I* quickly ab«orb«<l. ilVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It, cleanser, soothes, heals and protects the diKensed membrane resulting from Catarrh juki drives away a Gold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and SmelL It is easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. No mercury, no cocaine, no mor- phine. The household remedy. Pric6, 50 cents at Druggists or by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St.. New York...

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