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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 February 1912

z V\ sre.ooo gold in HRIZtS Tim Texas Industrial CongroKS announces to Uio farmers of Tex- as itis offer of $10,000 in gold for t.lie largest yields of certain crops raised in the Statu during 1912, MM foil own: CLASS A For Model Farms Demonstrating Conservation, Rotation and Diversification. «l. X 1113 XJUU'gl OOO xuvrpco liU ;HuUV/v t.lio intelligent, operation of a demonstration farm in every neighborhood in the state, which will by practical results prove to the people the necessity for and the value of conservation, rota- tion and diversification by grow- ing and actually plowing under a leguminous crop, say cowpeas, <m on.e-fourt.il (and a different fourth,) of the land in c.ulitviation aaoh year. In this way, oiwje in four years, at least, all of the will have a splendid application of green fertilizer that will sup- ply tlia necessary humus and draw vast storqp of nitrogen from the inexhaustible supply of the atmosphere. If thiils purpose can ho accomplished1 a wonderful ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 February 1912

m % ■ " .r Jib 'i <$ "'i tit' .' "H- .'.'*ll)ft NEVER, LEAK ROOFING Guaranteed Till 1921 The year 1921 is a long way off", but it you lay a Congo 2-ply Roof'to- day it will be still in goyii condition then. We d on't merely say that Congo will last ten years; we guarantee it. Our guarantee is not a mere formal " We-sav-so" ; it is a genuine Surety Bond issued by the National Surety Company of New York. We can't do more than that to as- sure you that Congo really will last ten years. When you buy Congo you buy 10 years of protection. Oontja on mHt OM Bklg.. Sharon, I'a. Congo is easy to lay. Nails, cement and rust proof galvaniz.ed iron caps free in centre of each roll. Sample Booklet ^nd copy of to year Guarantee Bond dii request. Congoleum We should like to oend every reader of this paper a sample of Congoleum for Flooring and Wainscoting. It is fitted for use in homes, stores, offices. It is a perfect imitation of light and golden oak. Its surface has a high polish. . It is unu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 February 1912

W7Wr f r hX J5cc J. Sandloitl mtiii* ror HIRL, LIFE and TORNADO Insura***?, fleicla, iexas, The Mexia Weekly Herald. Thirteenth Year. COURT HOUSE COLQUIT NEWS NOTES! ON PROTtCTIOM ./ : ^11 m II / euiruu i'lJOJOO OF FROM THE HALLS OF < JUSTICE. v Qxoesbock Journul. Marriage License. T. J. Douglass and Eva. D. Ker- >ey. Charley Jerry and Carolene Foster. . Nathanial Panmo and Riuthy Sanders. Clark Jefferson and Emoline Bonner. Shelly Gore and Ethel Surgeon. Automobile Register. On January 20th, 1912, Auto- mobile Register Receipt No. 182, was issued to T. Bennett, of Mexia, Texas; tlvis receipt being the first one issued since Novem- ber, 1911. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Spinks, of Coolidge, Jan- uary 23rd 1912, a boy. Mack Wilson, of Bighill, Jan- uar 22ml 1912, a girl1. J. E. Coleman, of Bighill, Jan- uary 22nd, 1912, a girl. J no. Robinson (col), of Oool- dge, January 21st, 1912, a boy. L. Ilerdleberg, of Coolidge, January 22nd, 1912, a girl. Jim Murphy, oil Groeabeck, January...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 February 1912

fe- me HERALD — V Publish*d Every Thursday. M. I*. Houx, Cdltor and Proprietor, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OU Tow $1.00. Six Months .80 Ttaroo Months 25. Jhtered as second<1as8 matter March t. IMS, 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 t-fy.00 $500.00 :-g.:g* •" ; m aj aa ■ «a - ~ IsOV id.VV Al.VU tfV. % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One usQrter Page. 1 Issue—per Inch 20 cents. • Issue" -per Inch 3B cents. 4 Issues—per Inch 50 cents. Mount Etna is again in erup- tion and the natives are fleeing for their lives. o The. good old ship of state is now in the turning basin and Texas is the safest state in; the Union. Mexia lead" in poll tax pay- ments this year, her total being 731, against 604 for Groesbeck, the next highest. —o Every time the Standard, Oil company gets into court the price of oil goes up. - Thus the people pay for the court charges. improved. No air reel It will t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 February 1912

V .;VT:,:U ■ /i 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 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 "TfleXia, Texas Local and Personal. Highest cash price paid for hides wool and beeswax, at Felz'f grocery store. Herbert Arvin has returned to Brown wood after a several weeks vacation spent at home. Go6d sound cotton seed want- ed.—fid Steen. John Groover haft returned to his work in Roswelt, N. M., alter spending a few weeks at home. See Russell, for Real Estate Deis & Darling and Insurance. Miss Lease Steele of Kos.se lias accepted a position with the Hen- derson Sturgeu music store. Shf also plays the piano for the pic- ture show, and being a fine per- former this adds much to the en- tertainment. Kryptok, two pairs of glasses in one. Call and see th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 February 1912

NEVER LEAK ROOFING Guaranteed Till 1921 The year 1921 ii a long way oft', but if you lay a Congo z-ply Roof to- day it will be still ia good condition then. We don't merely jay that Congo will last ten years; we guarantee it. Our guarantee is not a mere formal "We-say-so"; it is a genuine Surety Bond issued by the National Surety Company of New York. We can't do more than that to as- sure you that Congo r;ally will last It'll ycaio. When you buy Congo you buy 10 years of protection. Con^o * Frtrtt-Ohl Bldg., Sharon, I'a. Congo is easy to lay. Nails, cel^fnt and rust proof galvanized iron caps free in centre of each roll. Sample Booklet and copy of JO year Guarantee Bond ou request. Congoleum We should like to lend every reader of this paper a lample of Congoleum for Flooring and Wainacoring. It is fitted for use in homes, ■tores, offices. It is a perfect imitation of light and golden oak. Its surface has a high polish. It is unusually durable. The price is very low. Write for furthe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 February 1912

™ '-*••• I *•'/ •' " — 1 - - _ .... _ _ mmm ■ e k . v. *. w v COMIC AND MAGAZINE SECTION welcome , TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 19J2 Copyrigqpiwr 1: i-o. Fort VN7 <C-> Texas W BUD SMITH ALMOST CATCHES A "CAT" ^ Wt RE '>0iN' Hl>NTlN JURE ILL 60 gents. WAIT 'till I GET MV HUNTING TOOLS >! JUST AS I EXPECTCD "THE RABBITS ARE ALL INTHEH? WOLEt ANl> THE F-ERRET VUILL bring Them out Vet) GWiOEMtN THIS FERRET I* AIVTME TOOLS I NEED Come on • an' go luV MY Uncle HAD A fERRETiv ACOvOCOOLt* WONtE I W m IN AHURRV M0V.E BOD w4 M <1 / \ 1 - 50UNP^> LIKE' ONE &>T K\H f the FERRET H?)bEV/lt>ENTLV (,OME TO &LEEP AND RATHER than LOSE HIM l SHALL 60 9R>N0f HIM OUT feOT hore NIRVIt THAN 1GOT I WOULDWT GO- DOWN THERE HOW&THE \a)€ATHE(? POWN THERE 8Ut>? V\V I s^|v | > " -A-. j/ft C A^OUNT> TO TVE BARN BuRV TOURCLOTNS hrAICST/SBATH IN "THE TROCh |AMT> AFTER AlRiMfr YOi>R SELF thocoo6MLT pot tTHESC CLEANCLOTMES C>n! NOT ONTttX TWEN Knill we we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 February 1912

■PSsJHP ' •' < ;) ,V' 1 '< ' ' : V ." ■ /' S \'V>/ / ■ " Nora and I By JOHN WHITCOMB As we mna*4 alone rairr the trees, he beffan the subject. "We vert tiro daughter* of owe r*s«. But she was fairest In th« lace." mHERE were only two of us—Nor* and It Our father had been dead five years, an<* we been living *11 the time with our mother, on the farm—in the s house which had been our home since we could remember. But life had been such a different thing when father was alive. He was a lawyer, and, as country lawyers go, a successful one. Of course his profession, and not the farm, had supported us. When he was first married he had come to Eastbrook after having seen an ad- vertisement of the farm for sale in the country paper. He had money enough to buy and stock it, to furnish his home prettily and substan- tially, and to live on, afterward, until he could .get established in his profession. So the only question was whether they both liked it—he and my mother—for he had m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 February 1912

\-vi 7 V I; , -s-' .i.'V /\ I / We ivntrhrd h*r proudly aa ahe vralkvd Down the Path. Gibson has been paying at the hotel. The new comer, Mr. Ayton, much prefers to bccome an inmate of some private family. I will leave you to consider the matter, and call tomorrow to as- certain your decision." After be had gone we discussed it pro and con. Mother was the con and both of us girls were decidedly pro. Wc thought it would be pleasant. It would enable us to have a servant • again--~it would help us in so many ways. Wc should scarcely feel the difference in providing, so much of our living came from the farm. Wc brought mother around to our way after thinking a while, and the next day when Squire Roscoe called we made the bargain. There was only a few days in which to get ready. Next week the term would begin—Mr. Ayton would make his appearance—Nora would commence her new work. She was in a flutter of excitement. She had never been more charm- ing, however. She made light of all difficul...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 February 1912

■ r' WW SK % rM •:f '>■.; 8} !'■) ' - *.! What Kills Aviators IENRY WOODHOIJSE in Metrollpitan Magazine tells the reason so many avia- tors are killed or Injured—the cause of one hundred accidents and sixty deaths or close to two-thirds of the casualties of the aviation field—is not, as generally supposed, an excessive element of danger in flying due either to the limitations of the aeroplane or to the helplessness of aviators in unsettled atmospheric conditions. These are but minor factors, being responsible for less than one-third of the accidents that have happened in aii flight. The aviation death-roll comprises the names of about one hundred men who have lost their lives on the vaiation field in a little over three years. The first name on the roll is that of Lieutenant E. E. Selfridge, IT. S. A. That brave officer, it will be remembered, lost his life at Fort Mycr, Sep- tember 17, 1908, when the Wright biplane 011 which he was a passenger, and Orvillc Wright was pilot, fell...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 February 1912

r,. V A V \ The Richelieu II. it. IVv, rroti. I'nrl ttnrlh'* Dent $1.00 per Hay Hotel. Plenty to cat. Three blocks from any yrpui, on pi 111. l l !!"; V.'" 1 MP Malli Ht. to corner 16th and you aro al THH lllCHUEU. Stories of Morgan s Men 'THIS 1« h KMOd limo lii trd Iritu By C. XV. GEERS, One of Morgan's Men Thompson-Allen Electric Co. Electric Wiring, Armature Re- pairs, Lighting Fixtures, Electri- cal Supplies. 911 Elm St. . Dallas, Texas ...Hotel... WALDORF (DalIk*' New Hotel.) Furnished In Birch and Marble. Capacious lobby. Artesian water. Ex- cellent service. In heart of cltys con- venient to itreet car*. Interurbann pass the door. Rates not too high for average business man or tourist. Come and make yourself "at homo." W. *. MrCKAY, Proprietor J.ioa Commerce Street. philip lipsh1tz 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. C. It. Schoolar, President. Oeorge H. B...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 February 1912

Big Bargains Automobile Tires First grade Standard Tires. Secured ■paolal price. To close out at once. CASTINGS. lx4 | * Sfi 87x5 $46.35 11x4 IIS. 15 4 0x4 H * •« t«xSH 519.45 ;;ix4> ... . $34.50 MxSH . . . 2185 TUBES. Jxx4 $ 4.i5 4Jx4H .. Ca«b t o. b. Fort Worth. Mail orders promptly filled. Texas Auto Supply Co. tth and Commerce Sts., Fort Worth, Texas. Poultry and Farming Why Burn Your Money Bp? When you oan av« 40 per cent «f year fuel bill by letting us equip your win- dows and door* with National Metal Weatner scrip, -tcp *"* dnat and water and prevent the rattling, aa well. Let us try It on a few of the worst and be convinced. Write u* at once for particulars. National Metal Weather Strip Company "U\n. Fort Wortk, Ed. Eisemann, THE) TANK HAN. I WANT YOUR BUSINESS All kind* of Metal Work Promptly Done. Franklin Street. Houston, Texas. Woman in Poultry Business. Here is the record of Mrs. C. M. McCullough of Ennis for the past year. She says she'has kept from 16 to 24 hens, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 February 1912

float it with the oysters, and thus ft drifted near the rock, Where it was captured. When taken frorrj the water the oyster was clinging to the bird's beak with such force that considerable difficulty was had in breaking its hold. LIQUOR HABIT CURED Why remain longer a slave to the Drink when in from three to five day* you can be made a new ninn? This Is what the Neal Way wilt ilij for yuu. It 10 «afe, mire and ef- fective and relieves all desire for liquor. Drug Addictions also succeas- fully and painlessly treated. For fur- ther information call or address THE NEAL INSTITUTE OF HOUSTON 912 Pease Avenue. I'hone Hadley 1064. Properly Fitted and Adjusted Simple Practical Light Ft.Worth Artificial Limb Co. Office find Factory 1110-A HOUSTON ST., Fort Worth, Texas. The Wonder-Working Beaver. Tlir annrnq«*1i tn Imriiafi "i I ■ — - • - ingenuity among the creatures fur and feather is undoubted!, exhibited by the beaver. Ttys wonderful animal, clostly re- sembling the common mtiskrat In g...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 February 1912

m, * -v S k '* V * . , i,• ■*(* ]< i-v >:■■-■ "■&$ f !;"« ,;.M' / V ■!; y (*- 1 $i Always Tell Your Merchant to give you Cheek & Neat's COFFEE It never fails to satisfy Sold Everywhere. "*l OYSTERS A«k your dealer for MESQUi'f Ofttsri They are the beat on earth. Grown on private beds and packed with' personal super- vision. Be sure the oysters you eat are GULF PACKED And not shipped by some inte- rior jobber who necessarily ships older and second-hand Koods. By all means have Gulf-packed and preferably those put up by The F. V. Gentry Company Wholesale Growers and Shippers of Oyatera. PORT LAVACA, TEXAS. II II If YOU ARf IN THE GROCERY. MEAT MARKET.ORRESTAURANT | BUSINESS AND NOT A CUSTOMER WRITE US AT ONCE RATtlFf CHILE & CANNING CO FORT WORTH TEXAS 3 Depot for Mildew Preventative. Finn* Made to Order. Phone Preston 831) Automatic A-2831. Kattmann & Kneeland Tent Co MANUFACTURERS OF TENTS, AWNINGS. TAHPAIXIM, WAGON COVERS, ETC. 200-211 Crawford Street, HOUSTON...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 February 1912

:■ • \ P r w bee J. Sandloiil Smith fur FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant*:, fte*ia, lexoa. The Mexia Weekly Herald. Thirteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEU. 15, 1!J12. $1.00 Per Year COURT HOUSt v HON. J. F. VVOL NEWS NOTES TtRS TALKS SOME ITEMS OF -jN&ifticiii INTEREST Mineral Wells Indox. FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. Groesbeck Journal. Marriage License. lsiaii Averlimt and Clur?. -lef- feraon. Theodore Cantrell and Hattie N or ton Confident of victory and 6vi- dentjy in the very best of spij-iits, For Congress. lion. Uul!us llardy ol' Corsic&nu enters the raee for re-election lol congress from this district, and | in doing s« asks that the people I ueruly in inc very oesi oi niiu-ui,*, . . , , ,, . ., ... |, investigate Ins record during the! lion. .1, F. Wo Iters ot Houston, . .. , . .. ... . past live years that he has rep-1 candidate tor election to the" ...... . , resented tins district in the low- Uuited States Semite, when seen Willis Medlock and May Fran- with a s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 February 1912

IRRIGATION TEXAS I- V II Fort W 'orth, (Special The cial Secretaries Wtm fvnm welli is especially • noticeable in ■to Texas, Feb. 5.— Texas Commar- & BuKincMs Men's Association has gathered inform* tioa regarding the various move- ments for the development of the slate's resources, and relative to irrigation hatf the following to say: "Work in irrigation is beia.u rapidly pushed throughout the state. Although about eighty- three per cent of the irrigated acreage of Texas is supplied fron streams, it. is interesting to note that a great number of the small- er projects under construction. W HI This the Midland district, whert large subterranean lake has been discovered. "Work is noaring completion on a dam across the Nueces rivrj er that will impound sufficient water to irrigate 15,000 acres. J ' "The Medina Irrigation Com- pany, which is building a dam across the Medina river, is eon| tinning work with undiminished rapidity, and will probably have 20,000 acres of land- ready for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 February 1912

I ■ . ' 1 •* ■.V'T' s \/ • * 110.000 GOLD IN PRIZES l'ht) Texas Industrial Cong rose tmounces to tlia farmers of Tex- ■* it-s offer of $10,000 in for the largest yields of certain erojw aisiwl in Hie State (luring 1912, * follows-; CLASS A For Model Farms Demonstrating Conservation, Rotation and Diversification. The Congress liopes to induce the intelligent operation of a demonstration farm in every neighborhood in the state, which will by practical results prove to tile people the necessity for and the value of ccr.'.-crYati/jri, rota- tion and diversification by grow- ing and actually plowing under a leguminous crop, say cowpeas, uti one-fourth (and a different fourth,) of the land in culitvation each year. In this way, once in four years, at least, all of the will have a splendid application of green fertilizer that will sup- ply the necessary humus and draw vast stores of nitrogen from the inexhaustible supply of the atmosphere. If this purpose can lie accomplished a wonderful s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 February 1912

THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. M. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor, A gown made of bath towels is the latest, but it is probably intended for a summer costume as tln« is1 no season for such togs. I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Om Tear *1°°- Six llontha 60 Three Month* 25* Watered as second-class matter March #, 1W8, at the postoftlce at Mexia, fexaa, under the act of Congress of March 3. 187 . ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 Is. 4 la. 1 jr. I Pa«« $12.00 $23.00 MO.OO 1600.00 fe " 7.60 13.00 24.00 30.00 \ " i. 60 7.50 14.00 176.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page, i Issue—per Inch 20 cent*. I issue*-—per Inch 85 cents. « \aaues—per Inch 60 cents. THE PAEDONTNR noVRRNOR. Helton Journal. Governor Colquitt is coining to be known as the pardoning gov- ernor. Some people, who only seek an excuse, are trying to condemn him for the number of pardons he has granted. But in their hearts they can not con- demn him. An appeal from a gray-haired father or mother nev- er goes unheard. His office is al- ways ope...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 February 1912

/\ V Money to Loon ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Kcal Estate direct; to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay; Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges, W. ML WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas I'huJ Numiitu 1ih s I'tjiLUJMxl from a few days visit in the Brownsville eountry and brought back with him some native orangtsi that look fine, lie stfya lie likes the eountry but will re- ma in in Mexia, as he only went there on a pleasure trip. I Local and Personal. See Russell, Deis & Darling for Itjal Estate and Insurance. Mr. Alice Ivubauks ims iuuv«u to Houston, where she will make her home. Cards are out announcing the approaching marriage of Mr. John Neece and Miss Pauline Me- Keneie, to take place Thursday, HVb. 22nd. Highest cash price paid for hides, wool and! beeswax, at Felz'A grocery store. All aboard for Uroeshock. Tilt- quarantine has be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 February 1912

.. . y\- •" « •";• ,•; , 'v >WW i ♦ ' ABRAHAM UNCOLN I miBiPfp AFT6 oho. Lincoln's Letter to Mrs. Bixby /•/&« « <$U< fi-i^, A*. J £&• f~* >«rr^ uT^t ^v-4^ d^A^aL * - X*$A' ^VC£O^ +f "fotJt&C«. J ^44^ £s*%J MYoX *s*UjL <^ViAA^) 4^ wVrt/ dU^M^.7 X, /yvw w y^f <v *&>«-* 4# **r-t'\>.r-A4^'r>^s*y. (*~u£ J C4s****+-C JU^cO^f ^ C~*~rC~X~~ t^X >-y A- ^ vx, ^ Zla^Xi- «f*&. ^J^M^C, t=^y cU^J. 4~~ J f^i^j: ^ K^Jtj —7- ^ ^—4 ^ y^r -U.+~w.<~t, ^ ^ e&^C^U -/W ^ ^ ^ A~^ State Department Building i C 5 f* ;& j*.r y$f raws ■ ss# >$ * SIE&.S! ■>K.W ,i'.-.fctf i.*. J *4u/ a^S/*' y /V-tA- ^ ^ 7 yf£^^j. <Hf***************-V**-!f***** 7 * J ' / t*-ts*s\ln c M-Jll IbVtl I U Lincoln's Story of His Life and removed, to Springfield to prac- tice It "In 1846 I was once elected to the | lower house of congress. Was not a candidate for re-election. From 1849 ! to 1864, both Inclusive, practiced law I more assiduously than ever before. Alw...

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