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

9 WELDING Yon cun HHVe money by having your broken machine parts WKIjDBJl.) by tlie THXAI WlCMtlNG CO. Factory 3212 HBrriaburg St., orflco 1007 Mcanlan Bldat.. Houston, Texas. V A v Louis Kaminsky & Co. (irricpi Iron Vnrd I I-1<1 xfn Orleans St. Wholesale Dealers In Scrap Iron, Met nls, Copper, Hrass Zinc l.ead. Units. Old Hope, Rubber? Auto Tires ami Inner Tubes, Mottles, Horns lliinep, Junk, Etc, Houston, Trine. ' f'amn Corner Elm A Harnood Sts. DALLtl. New, Modern, absolutely IHre- : iProof, hot and cold running r. 11 teslan water In every room. Phone In each room. RATES $1.00 AND UP. % J Onr Scrap Book BinyonTransfer&StorageCo. Furniture Stored. Packed, Skipped and Moved. Hauling of Bafes, Machinery and Freight a Specialty. Tclepbooea 1ST. Fort Worth, Sherlock's Cleverness. "Sherlock," said Mrs. Holmes, who was looking over the paper, "here's a story of a woman who was rohbed on a street car in broad daylight and yet the thief got away nnstispccted." Mr. Holmes said t...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 December 1911

m Manufacturers of EGGS, CHICKENS L I* ' W **r KATTMANN & KNEELAND TENT Ctt Tents, Tnrpaullua, IUw and liny Cover* Awuln«s, Etc. Weight and Workmanship Guaranteed. '-•Wt-210 I rnnfurd St. Haiuloi, Tnu h. I Quiurai Wholeaali- Dealer In Poultry anJMHHi Eggs Ship me yoor Christmas Turkey*, Bgg . market price. Write I pay the beat _>lf- (M .... Chickens and Es__ _ Frite for quotations. 110 Commerce Street, Fort Worth THE KLEBER BAKERY Texas' Lsmat and Ciena est Bak- ery. Largest sUpftrs of fraah bread la the Sooth. P. O. Urn Til Day*. B. DaKaa^ Tana. The poultry family has two very common enemies—damp- r.vfs and Why Not Try One For Christmas? If not satisfactory wa will refund you your money. Perfect fit guar- anteed. Ft. Worth Artificial Limb Co. Office nnd Factory. 1115-A HOUSTON ST, Fort Worth, Texas. D. E. TIEDGECOCK, Prop. NATATORIUM STEAM LAUNDRY of Fort Worth. With Its new. modern machinery and new brick bu.'ldlng Is one of the beat equipped laundries In Texas. "Neatest, o...

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

v / /' i \ / i //■. < Stocks and Bonds nr and sell stocks and bornln of es- * Viilue of <il kinds Wnsi'i-ver located. Wo make a specialty of ex- H-ctflMpordera for TEXAS CO. STOCK. Order* executed for etock* listed on the Now York Stock Rxr:ha *e for eiuih, or on u, conservative credit.' * nana made on high grade liank ntookn Win. B. King W. D. Sherwood WM. B. KING A CO. Houston, Texas, Fori Worth Well Machine Co. Fort Worth, Texan i* 1 D. a_.«4 ucnciai ncjiamug. vuiiuuvi Work a Specialty. MILL and GIN WORK SOLICITED W rite for I prices. D ■> It now. r C. H. Schoolar, President Oeerce H. Bird. Secy, and Treas. Corporation Audit Company A ■alters and Act-oil We straighten and adjust complicated oka and aooounts for any business 4 ft I Ws straighten and adjust complicated Woks and aooounts for a-" Wt4 for towns and counties. - - offloM, Jssilts lallilsfi V telephone Main 187* If'ii ", TKXAS. GRIFFITHS & CO. HARDWOODS Hardwood Floorings Roofing DALLAS, TEXAS feE A VETERINA...

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

\ . * f" < « I I ■ '•m \ The Experienced Housewife ai an avoids the annoyance anil disap- pointment that follows the use of so many Coffees by serving-. Maxwell House ■Blend It la the maximum of quality and Is packed for your protection In sealed tin cans. Ask your grocer for It. CHEEK-NEIL COFFFE CO. Houston, NashvMle, Jacksonville, Florida. Womens Fancies OYSTERS Aak your dealer for MBSQUiT Oysters. They are the best on earth. Grown on private beds and packed with1 personal super- vision. Be stirs the oysters you eat are GULF PACKED And not shipped by some Inte- rior jobber who necessarily ships cider and second-hand roods. By all means have Oulf-packed and preferably those put up by The F.V. Gentry Company Vflndml* Qrowers and Shippers of Oysters. PORT LAVACA, TBIAI. PHILIP LIPSHITZ CO. Manufacturers of all grades of Babbit, Solder and Printers' Metal Our products are the very best. M. K. & T. Ry.. and Houston Streets Dallas, Texas. The Bradley Hair Emporium y Jin est and ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 December 1911

rK M ■ V / i i JJ ft f 1 fjp " ! ' '■ I ' : "■ *| ■ \ ' ^ee J. Saridtofil Mimtli for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insura^c, flexia, lexaa. The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 14, 1911. ILMPvTa FOR GOOU ROADS ELECTION WILL BE HELD NEXT SATURDAY, AND ALL SHOULD TURN OUT AND VOTE FOR GOOD ROADS. V s ' ' Next Saturday, tho 16th/will be an important day in this road •district and our people who are in favor of good roads should !i«ra out amd work for the cause aJl day. From reports gathered from th different communities interest is increasing and many who oppos- ed the bond issue at the last < lection will support the proposi- tion this time as they have a bet- ter understanding of it and have • ome to the conclusion that we weed and must have good roads or else be mud bound every tim-f* ifaere is as much as a two inch rain, but the supporters of the Measure should not get careless about it but turn out and vote a *1 get all possible to do like- •vyjBe. Tixo ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 December 1911

k . nit. K-.T1: 1 U. ' ' la V ? r—--" —r "7'* tv- /MMmMMIMM \ ...BIB «■ ' " n Only Ten Days—Then Xmas Come in and Do Your Shopping This Week and Avoid the Big Xmas Week Rush , i>y You, of course, know how it is just before Xmas—such a rush to- ward the last that the crowds can scarcely be wasted upon. It will certainly be to your interest to supply your wants this week if possi- ble—you not only have advantage of better selections—these special prices will enable you to make your Xmas money do extra service. 0 £ NOTICE! We Have Provided Extra Salespeople So as to Give You as Quick Service as Pos« sible During the Xmas Rush. A Rousing Sale of Ladies' Read>=to=Weai Garments Remarkable Skirt Bargains We have made astonishing reductions on separate Skirts, We have cut the price on every one in our entire stock, regardless of price or style. Choice of regular $5.00 Skirts for Choice of regular 6.90 Skirts for Choice of regular 8.00 Skirts for Choice of regular 9.50 Skirts for Choic...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 December 1911

V' A**. V A V/ Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS ■VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby 1 am enabled to make loans on Real Estate diiect to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans , closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer iVlexia, Texas Locai ana Personal. r Cards are out announcing the marriage in Houston on the 24th (if t/liis month, at the home of the bride, of Miss Sadie Houx and Mr. Edwin Hall Clanton, Jr. The groom La a son of Mr. Hall Olanton, a conductor on the Cen- tral who used to run on the Mexia-DaUas train, and is quite well known here. New fixtures ana new goods j t W. D. Pittman's. Dee W. Means left Monday night for Houston oa an import- ant mission. Sterling silver tableware at W. D. Pittanan'8 Jewelry store. Miss Nellie" Klotx has returned to her home in Austin after (•pending a few months in our cit. as the guest of her brother, Fred. We are open until 9 ool...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 December 1911

iilliM cm* >■ ■ ■■ f t^&r -ft i i is HE HERALD Published Every Thursday. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATKS. One Year J1.00. Six Months £>0 Three Months 25. intered as econd-Hass matter March , 1908, at the poiitoftice at Mexia, Yxaa, under the a;t of Congresu of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES I Issue 2 Is. 4 Is. 1 yr. 1 Page $ 12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 igr 7.60 xo.OO 24.CO 20.00 K " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—P«?" Inch 20 cents. • tBsuo"—per Inch 35 cents. *• Issues—per Inch 50 cents. Every mile of good road built i Texaa is a footprint in the mds of progress. o j A reconnaissance soil survey bj le Federa' Department of Agri- .mlturo shows eleven different kinds of soiil in the Panhandle. o The muncipal campaign has al- aeady opened in Teague and V Aere aco several announced can- didates for mayor and aldermen *£ the coming spring election. pli o ^ _Warth*m is going after water mid will isstie bonds for that pur- pose. G...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 December 1911

/ 1 "1 9 V V In One of These Stylish Suits VOU REALLY Can't afford to miss this oppornunity to get a New Suit at such a bi| saving. These Special Prices are enforce now and will be good until Xmas Day—but the sooner you come the better selections you will have—for they wjH go in a hurry at these prices—so-come in and pick out suit a this week if possible. Every Suit Of Clothes In The Store $11. 50 in This Sale-None Excepted $14.H For your Choice any our Suits that sold regular at $15 and $16.50. «po. so For youi choice any Suit in the house that formerly sold at $12.50 75 We've a small lot of Suits that formerly sold at at Si0.00 •—they will go as lo?i« as the lot lasts at $6.75. Glove5 How about a now pair of Gloves? We've a big' va- riety to select from, either for "dress up" purposes or to wprk in. Pi ices range at 50c, $1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 the pair, livery pair guar- anteed to give satisfaction. ' •: • • ,N : • > V !i A5 zm §$& im '■rXsM: # * tf! imi kuu/juuu * Bros Gets ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 December 1911

JURY LIST HICKMAN S . ki V V Must be Plaocd on Back of Mail Mattter—Not Good for Pos- tage—Post Office Ap- proves Design,— Fifty Thou and Workers En- gaged in Sale. With the sale of Red Cross Seals in progress in almost every State and city of the United States. The National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis is issuing the follow^ ing instructions to its fifty thous- and paid and volunteer workers engaged in selling the seals, and to the millions who will buy thes< holiday stickers for use on their Christmas mail. The Post Office Department has approved of the Red Cross Seal design, and they may, there- fore, in accordance with order No. 5020 of the Post Office De-* partment "be affixed to the re- verse side of domestic mail mat- ter." Red Cross Seals must be placed on the baok of letters and not on the address side of any packages that are going through the mail. They may be placed anywhere on matter going by ex- press. As many seals may be used on the bac...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 December 1911

\, \ V Kft / I ' ' J '• V- • / . A £V"J3ZXtK& i«awwHsinw 2 mtmmimmmmmmwmn Commencing • on Wednesday, December 13th, and Continuing" 10 Days, we will give the people of this vicinity an opportunity ■fr Secure some valuable and servic 'tcL Di6 'li lerchandise at a big saving. These uoods are good values and will go at cost during the 10 days. Sale Begins Wed. Dec. And Closes Sat., Dec. 23rd Closing Out Clothing NOW is the time for you old boys as well as young boys to get you a Xmas suit of Clothes. We handle the well known brand Goldman Beckman Clothing for men and Joseph Klien for boys and for ten days we will sell you one absolutely Cost. Listen there are no short tail coats nor tight- legged pants in our stock of Clothing, all brand new Merchan- dise. Odd Pants Depart- ment w E handle the well known Flat-Iron brand Trousers, made by Block Bros. &. Kilpat- trick, one of the snappiest and best made Pants on ths market. Sale Begins WED., DEC. 13th And Closes SAT., DEC. 23rd *...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 December 1911

m Imi\ ym- r £ i Hi Joking powotfcnJ S^'CAGO You'll be de^ lighted with tho re- sults of Ca.unt Baking Powder. No disappoints — no flat, heavy, 6oggy biscuits, cake, or pastry. Just the lightest, daintiest, most uniformly raised and most deli- cious food you ever ate. R«c«tvcd highestrcttfard World's Pun Food Exposition, Chicago I90r. ORDER FOR ELECTION. W H. VAC£A Vatchmaker, Jeweler and Graduate Opti- tician at MEXIA DRUG CO. STORE All Work Promptly Done ^And Guaranteed pr. J, L, Metcalf DENTIST Office--Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Pli iries—Office 143, Home 16. Mexia, Texas Drs. Chas. I, and H, C, Watson DENTISTS Office upstairs in New Opera House building. Office phone 46; Residences, 73 and 74 MEXIA, TEXAS CATARRH ^51 Wi&vg WFEVER SSj 'WW Ely's Cream Balm Sure to Civa Satisfaction. OIVIS RELIEF AT ONCE. It eteanaM, soothes, heals and p"Ol'*fs the dlM*t<fd membrane resulting frort Catarrh and times away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores the Benses of Tiwto and B...

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

i m % ^cc J. £>andtoi«j inn lor hlK , li^L ek u IOKinaimj insurairvc, /le*ia, icau . \ 4 The Mexia Weekly Herald. m Twelfth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1911. 9LM Far T« PIANO CONTESTr000 ASsuKtU CLOSES NEXT TUESDAY, DEC 26, AT 5 P. M. Remember, there in only one mure week of our big contest Uml the winner wild be announeec m next, issue of the Herald. The eontsfet will close on sche- djile time, noxt Tuesday afternooi 5 oelock. No votes will be re- waved after that hour and the Mount wild be announced in next of the paper. Cootastants, or interested trends are invited to witness fh«H last count, and if there is y disuatifaetion about the re- all of the tickets during the tOtke content can be inspected afHl counted by any one interest- «#• Below is the result of the < ount last week. The vote was not counted this week. Remember, we are going to give $10 in gold to the contest- ftnt who turns in the most money • 'ii subscriptions to the Herald during the month of Dece...

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

v - ..V" ,V ^<'1;!. ■ : E HERALD Published Every Thursday. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. TO SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year, l.00. Six Months 50 Three Mouths 26. Altered &b seeoud-claas matter March I, 1908. at the postofflce at Mexla, Texas, under the act of Congress of March S, 1879. UNITED DOCTORS SPECIALISTS ADVERTISING RATES I Issue 2 is. 4 Is. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 % " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 •4 " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Lest Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per inch 20 cents. t Issue"--per Inch 35 cents. 4 Issues—per Inch 50 cents. An Association, of Prominent Phy sicians Giving FREE Medi- cal Services to the Sick and Medicines at Cost. Two weeks more and the coun- ty candidates will begin to lius- tle around in dead earnest. Bully for Arizona. She went overwhelmingly democratic and timt will give us two more Uniitec Sftatea senators. Old Santa Claus handed Mexia * very nice present and by next jear we hope to have good roads for the old saint to come in...

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

V A v / Great Every Article in Our Furnishing: Goods and Shoe De- partment Will be on Sale at Greatly Reduced Prices It is only a few more days till we shall close our year's business, and we find that it is much easier to count the money than to be burdened with great, heavy stocks of goods carried over. Below we will mention only a few prices, as space will not permit us to give a full list of the reductions we will make. " Ladies1 Shoes Jhlia Marlowe Shoes in patent leather, black buck or velvet—4.00 ^rade now $2.85 Julia Marlow's regular $3.50 Shoes—now priced at $2.50 Julia Marlow's regular $3.00 Shoes—now priced at $2.25 Ladies' Hosiery •/ Ladies' Imported Silk Hose—rrgular $1.50 grade for $1.15 Ladies' Fine Silk Hose — regular $1.00 grade for Ladies' Fine Silk Hose—the regular 50c grade at ■ 43c Ladies' Fine Lisle Thread Hose—regular 25c grade at 2i)c Ladies' Good Cotton Hose—regular 20c grade for Ilk | Ladies' Cotton Hose—regular 10c grade now priced at 7aC t If Men's Hosier...

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

H. VACCA Watchmaker, Jeweler It Graduate Opti- tici iu at XIADRUQCO. STORb rk Pi Dmptly Done vad Ciuaranteed J. Me tea 11 DENTIST Yont rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Office 143, Home Ucx'n, Tenas 16. I J II / dnu n. b. 1YUII il I DENTISTS lostaira in New Opera House btifklinpr. O.tice phone 48; Residences, 73 ami 74 MBX1A. TEXAS Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS /ENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. liuve arranged for weBteri capital whereby I am enableu to make loans on Keal Estati lneet to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by tne and loant •loaed at Mexia without delav Satisfactory rates with pre payment privileges. *V. M. WHITE, Lawyci iVlexia, Texas Local and Persona O fi CATARRH P^y-fever "* i mi! ouckner &, treet a iumbor ui' fice and yards will be closed al of Christmas day. Sterling silver tableware at W D. Pittman's Jewelry store. W. B. Jackson of this city aat D. W. Hollman of Mimger have returned from a few weeks hunt- ing trip in the Brownsville coun- try, and report som...

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

v f( ''V1■' "3 * k - / \V h \\ / t \ :tcc J ddiiUlou i I i iixiratwc, Hexia, lexas. *sl \ The Mexia . . eekly Herald. Twelfth Year. ■■ %}*J fj" MKXlA. I'EX\M THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 1911. UNlKTi PIANO CON- ' TEST CLOSED MISS EDNA AEEINOTON WINS THE TIANO BY A LARGE MA- jOniTY. Our piano contest; closed on lime Inst Tuesday afternoon at 5 oclock and whem the vote was counted it showed a large gain oil the wind up, tho following being the vote in the box for the last <*>unt: M.isw Edna Arrington, 367,950 Miss Pearl CampbuW, 239,745 Miss Josie Pearson 750 Miss Kama Speer, .. ,. 500 A Total, .. .. .. .. 608,945 This vote added to the former •-oimt, makes the grand totals 4"or the contest a« follows: Miss Edna Arrington; 655,970 Miss Pearl Campball, 503.7(>0 Miss Kama bpeer 126,410 Miss Sallie Robinson, 38,005 Mise Jesie Pearson, 26.075 Miss Addie Mag Deis, 15,wo Miss Elsie Kierbow, 10,040 Miss Naornie Savage 2,825 Miss Pearl Hughes 1,500 I, Miss Lillian Little 800 j. Miss Martha Ryc...

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

7>y. A FEDERAL HEALTH BOARD. WM I M"' THE HERALD PuMUhed every Thursday. N. P. HUliX. Editor and Proprietor. MBXIA, ENVIED POWERS OF COURTS. Some workiuan engngad In hanging fct Iron door on the Planters hotol re- ctntly disturbed the attention or couit and Jury across the way and therefore the orderly scd equltablo process of the law In Judgu Mueuch's court. A deputy sheriff was ssot with a mes- •age to them to delist Unaware that the court In the people of -*ke state ol Missouri, the workmeu replted to the •mlaary In a light and gamesome man- Mr, «ays the St. Loula Republic. Re- sult: An arrest for contempt, the hasty summoning of the contractor and the releaie of hie minions upou payment of the costs of tho arrest. The private cltlten, on reading this, may wen sign ror tne powers ne un- wittingly delegated when courts wer« constituted Noise Is the bane of civ- ilisation. The savage trod with moo caslned foot upon a carpet of leaves in the forest or the grass of the prai- rie. ...

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

ft sA wjm I, m 0 'rUtlbur /a). lOesbit A, f eapr Is singing/nome herev'er up and down ijne wor When comes the'time of holly- Jhat marKo the glory 01 the da Then all aboiit and aj:x arounai o heart/is singing nom ss| fe^t ma ayes, o* feJlowshi^> and ntain, plain: and fbam, in—the/ heart is singing home. • r e wandervlove! It leads us o vlt bechons /us with tempting hahds from mi i res up where the /lotos dre^m is filled with riare delight us where the /silent snows gleaijn through t le endless night beneath the dreaming star ny l ands afar <L to all who y/ander fal- beneaj.h th« ts singing home a^ain—the, heart broad dome, ts singing home. past—a picture fair arid free- home—where ver it may bet ngs to usi across the hill and plaini within seems to echo the refrain. downHhe world the restless feet may roam. ictur Wherever ing home again—the heart is singing home The heart is every man in ev^ry^ place there comes trre^aunting songi It riies liKe a glory cFrant, in caafence full ...

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

«**** SK®? ;*'j Bp ■j j h -55- HERALD BK * •' 'J Bpr- fl fm R ■ rat' fin ■vary Thuraday. P. Haux, Editor and Proprietor, •UBtCNIPTION RATES. Taar 11.00. Ms Month* to TkfM Mouthy *6. ap aacond<laM matter March i, UM. at the po«t lattice at Mexla, ftui, under the act of Congress of Mink 9.1BI. P< 'iff-■? ($ADV«RTia NQ RATES t laaua > la. 4 la. I jr. I Pasa lll.oo fil.oo fto.oo 1600.00 % 7.60 11.00 34.00 10.00 % " 4.60 7.60 14.00 176.(10 Leaa Than One uaQrtar Page. I laaua—per Inch >0 cent*. I U ue -per Inch S6 cent*. 4 laauea—per Inch 60 oeata. The hxgli east oi living mdybe reduced by establi.shii.ig a. closer relation between prod/ncer and consumer. Build Good Roajiij. o Well Christmas is over and we can now get down to businoss and pull for prosperity aiKV an- other crop. • ;T ! o * y M; . The prosperity of the. .farmiff is coincident with the prosperity of tho state, and, fundamentally, the welfare of the people depends iq?on the cultivation of the soil. o ; i The stoi...

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