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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 February 1912

r • ■ L ; V; V*#- : I L • \L * % t \ i ffi j|5 * gMtl! * Wfax* I'mhlI . 'JS-1 19 >wm i ^ >'«> The Virginia Colonel j Earliest Life Portrait of George Washington, l'j C. W. Peall, Painted in 1772 I I ☆ ☆☆☆☆☆☆ ————'■ ' I——— ■— —■IIIIIWIMI, 111—I MM I ■ I ■ I I ,B S ll Washington, Stripped of Romance, Shown as a Man Not a Saint by Any Means, lut One Who Will Ever Be Counteil Foremost Among the First ☆ ☆☆☆☆☆☆ 1, > THE weakness of hu- T Hg T man nature, perhaps, miay H be attributed the fact that people are more likely to admire a brilliant fail- ure than a Bolid, substantial success. And to this, also, may be attribut- ed the additional fact that, of all the heroes of -the Revolutionary period, posterity has been inclined to dwarf .the stature of Washington. For a time his biographers tried to transform him into a saint. Obvious- ly Impossible, thin, because, above alJ things else, he was a man among men., a figure In his time which, so far as obtained to 1Mb personality, wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 February 1912

:«rC CONGO NEVER LEAK ROOFING Guaranteed Till 1921 The year 1921 is along way off, hul ii you lav a Congo Z-p'v Root to- day it will be still in good condition then. We don't merely j./v-t'ii: Congo will last ten years'; we gnar4n!i\\ it: Our guaiantee is not a mere formal " We-^ay -so'-' ; it is a gtriuine 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. . < •:CVjngo on Frutt'OM Bldg., :(haron, /'■*. U. S. CIVIL SER VICE EXAMINAIjjNS The Following Named Examina- tions Will be Held on Vari- ous Dates Between March 1, and May 1, 1912. Tin- Civil Service that was booked for lias beon postponed 9tli. examination February 17 until March Congo >> ea>y to fay ^ Nails, cement and rust proof galvanized iron caps tree in 'centre' of each nNl.' v* ' Sample*' Booklet jatidli ^jtjpy "df 'io year Guarantee Bond •on. request,, . Congoleum V...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 February 1912

\ \ bee J. Sandioixl Mnitn for FIRb, LlFH and TORNADO Insura^vc, ne*ia, lexaa. < Ti ie Mexia Week; ly He :rald. Thirteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1912. $1.00 Per Year LIMESTONE COUNTY CLUB %*£!£... u j Nuftfibauin, H. K. Yeldell, J. ORGANIZED BY LIMESTONE /YkcA' aUNTY BOYS AT - & M. COLLEGE. B. R. -,). J']. Carnon, A. E. r. x. st session the Linne- boys at the A. & ^re caliuu iugeiiim pS^fciso of organising Sessions, Coolidge- Prince. Kosse—M. I). Bryant, Green. Thornton—R. I' . Pfarce. COURT HOUSE NEWS MES1 sffil d Ea'Vi V -tone ( i. uoiief for tho .themselves intv\^i club with its ^institutions ami by-lays. The object in, view of organizing this dub was for the purpose of get- ing better acquainted with each other, to meet each month and discuss topics of interest through- . ut the county, and to maintain :t treasury out oi' which funds were to be taken to prepare spreads, banquets, etc. at any imc the club xhould choose to hove them. The club is known a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 February 1912

THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. (4, P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATKS, One Year $1.00. Six Months Three Mouths 25. Entered as stcoud-claBB matter March I. 1908. at the postofflce at Mesia, Texan, under the act of Congress* of March 3. 1879. .ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 Is. ♦ Is. 1 yr. i Page $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 >4 *' 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 ■4 " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. . issue—per inch 20 cents. t Issue- -per inch SS cent*. 4 Issues—per men uu u«uu. OUR TICKET. For President • JUDSON HARMON. For Vice President 1 •JOS. \V. ISAlTiEY. For United Stales Senator .TAKE WOktERS. For Governor 0. B. COLQUITT. For Lieutenant Governor WILL H. MAYES. T For Railroad C<muuisek>ner J NO. L. WORTIIAM (short term W. D. WILLIAMS (full- term) Forjudge Court Criminal Appeals A. C. PREN1 )ERGAST. For Land Commissioner , C'HAS. VV. (JEERS'.'. For Congressmen at1 Large . ■ A. M. KENNEDY. R. E. YANTIS. For Congress (itli District RUFUS HARDY,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 February 1912

Money to Lo; ON IMPROVED FARMS — Local and Personal. Wanted.- Roy to sell iiousi- hol4 Necessity. Make +2 Hon. .1. H. Sawti'W of Wiwio, j grand captain of 1he guard, ar- rived Tuesday afternoon and in dc Ijion Coinman VENDOR'S LIEN AND EXTENDED. i .-pected Coeni' o +•): ,| >[.y. Knights Templar at nigll$ j daily, hxpcricnce not nccevvary. Several out of town member* NOTES BOUGHT Write Rox 1 I'uhner, Texas. 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 Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre payment privileges, vV. n. WHITE, Lawyer iYlexia, Texas S ■ mnmt« The Central has received .six big freight engines from the Un- ion Pacific tind they are now in com mission hauling freight on this- line. Jteduced Prices on all Cut Olftfis and .Fancy China at, lliek- mans. Capt, If. Ryan, formerly audi- tor on the Mexia*J.)nllax t raiai, has moved his family to Green- ville where he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 February 1912

81 T .'hit I, If CONGO /SEVER LEAK ROOFING Guaranteed Till 1921 The year 1921 is u long way off, but if you lav a Congo 2-ply Root t"- day it will be still in good condition then. We don't merely my tlut Congo will last ten years; we gwr.intt ,' it. Our guarantee is not a mere formal "We-say-so"; it is a genuine Surety Bond issued by the National Surety Company ot New Vork. We can't do more than that to as- sure you that Congo really will last ten years. When you buy Congo you buy to years oi protection. ^ nwMw ftfcifl.. Sharon, fa. Congo is easy to lay. Nails, cement and rust proof galvanized iron caps free in centre of each roll. Sample Booklet and copy of 10 year Guarantee Bond on request. Congoleuni We ibould like to send every reader of this paper a sample of Conguleum for Flooring and Wauucoting. It i« fitted for use in homes, •tores, offices. ~ It it a perfect .imitation of light and golden*oalc. Its surface has a high polish. , It is unusually durable. The price is very low....

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

W' \ bee J. Sandiord Smith for FIRb, Li Mb and TORNADO Insura*rvc, He*la, iexa . \ fi \ The Mexia Weekly Herald. Thirteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THCRSDAY, MARCH 7, 1912. COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. 'Groesbeek Journal. '(■ Marriage License. George Holes and Annie How- la nd. S. L. Steward and Lillie Wil- liams. J. T, Childress and Virginia Martin, < Homer Lonzy and Finey Bow- ers, o Automobile Register. Receipt No. 187 was issued to Dr. T. F. Gates, Mexia, Texas, Feb. 24, 1912. A HUNTING IKiP IN THE MOUNTAINS OF MEX- ICO, FEB. 8 TO 18, 1912. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moses, Froaa, Feb. 15— two daughters. John Chapman, Froaa. Feb. 5 —a son" John Davis, Frosa, Feb. 18— a son. A. S. Butler, Frosa, Feb. 15— a son, Frank Freeman, Groenbeck, Dee. .3—a son. J. D. Pollock, Groesbeek, Feb. T—a son. Reuben D. Kennedy, Groes- Ixvck, Jan. 81—a daughter. Henry Rose, Groesbeek, Feb. 8 —a son. William Mitchell, Groesbeek, l)ee. 8—a son. John Wheeler. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 March 1912

>**■ Mi W ^-7 ' ' "■ "" " ft "v COL JAKE WOLTtRS OPCN8 CAMPAIGN FOR UNITED •TATES SENATE AT TEMPLE. MAKES FAVORABLE IMPRESSION Outline* Position on the Tariff, Initia- tive and Referendum, Antl-Tru t Law*, and Needs of Farmers. "I call to arms that small reri nant of loyal Democrats who fo lowed the lion-hearted Richar Coke through flies of negro sc dlers and State police to plant th flag of an untainted and unstaine Samocracy upon in* , ....pirti . our government. I call to those multiplied thousands, who, In the passing of a generation, have sus talned the faith of the Democratic party against the repeated on- slaughts of its foes, to rally once more around the old flag and drive Socialism from within the ranks of Democracy, and preserve the honor and purity of the principles of our party that guarantee to man- kind a continuance of a stable gov- ernment, securing "Equal rights to all; special privileges to none." Temple, Tex., March 2.—With an able discussion of the rights and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 March 1912

hi' Pw •%.. B'• l^k;; itaj t . " H w x/ Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for WQitern capitil whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate Jiieet 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. FOR SALE. :JOO good fence I i.ists.—Win. Mattysiak, Mexia Jioute 1. .Mrs. Alice Iiiggs of Enterprise, Mis*., is in the city, visiting her eousni, Mrs. N. P. Houx. "TTaOIES, those nice fitting, stylish eye glasses which you no- tice are being worn so much, are from my optical parlor. I am adding constantly to my stock all the new devises for comfort and elegance. Dr. W. Duke Pitt- man, Optometrist. Harold Nussbaum was up from College Station Saturday visiting the home folks. . Highest cash price paid for iiiilea, wool ami beeswax, at Friz's grocery store. Mr. ami Mrs. .J. I. Drown of Hubbard visited relat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 March 1912

the herald Published Every Thursday. N. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $1.00. Six Months, &0 Three Months 26. iutered as second-class matter March B, 1808, at the postoftice at Mexta, Texas, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1878. ADVERTISING RATES* 1 Issue 2 Is. H la. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 IV/.00 $500.00 U " 7.60 13.00 24.UU ou.GO % " 4.50 7.60 14.00 175.00 Lee* Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per Inch 20 cents. t Usue«r—per Inch 36 cents. 1 Issues—per Inch 50 cents. COLQUITT AND RAMSAY The Waco Times-Hera Id, aside froan prohibition, can not see any difference ini Colquitt and Ram- say. Our neighbor should ad- just its spectacles and take a second1 look at these two candi- dates.—Tyler Courier. Wherein are they different? Colquitt is opposed to the i., r and r.; so also is Ramsay. Colquitt goes on using the ranger force; so also would Ramsay. Colquitt believes in" an econo- niieal administration of public affairs; so also does Ramsay. Colq...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 March 1912

/ Our Special Showing Of New Spring Dress Goods Thousands of yards of this Seasons most Fashionable Dress Ma- V A / I ii m ii Si'lfcff. . teriol will be on special show here, commencing m y I FRIDAY, MARCH The 8th T,% 4 j! | "• s V v ' <0$ * 'M i-l p / iv f m* fltrvA i ! VI hv'&iM : Hi v ' V)> mmm This display will be interesting to every "devotee of Fashion"—for it includes all the materials that have been decreed as fashionable for Spring and Summer wear. • Our showing of Dress Goods is unusually large—and complete to the last detail—it makes no difference what you may want, we've ma- terials enough to meet your every need—and all too are attractively priced. It will be decidedly to your interest to select your "Easter Dress" now_while the assortments are complete - come in Friday or as soon as possible, let us show you the new "Dress Goods." You will be delighted with the many entirely new materials that we are showing this season, and you'll surely be glad you come. I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 March 1912

m" i-wiTWi ,:ty I It Arid p Llti Uw w For Second I Nutiibei ;tbn d by AN ADDRESS IS PREPARED Two Hundred Citisens Present o Document Sotting Perth cori3 of Mr. Colquitt and SJrgjng Tnni Ho Succeed Himselt. Fort Worth, Tex., Feb. 10. \n < ii ; husiaatic meeting of ColquiU sup- )ii!i:tei(5( ut wheih about 500 were r«-p- r< mi led in prison and b) \ held ut the W lottcra, rat brook hotel tt> Colonel H. M„ Johnston of llous- ti n railed the meeting to order and ft a fed its object—that of aiding the campaign of Governor O. II Col- quitt, for re-election. lie expressed gratification thai in view of the <;!iarantinen now prevailing the at- t- itdance was so large and that so many sections of the state were rep- resented. The conference was organized bJ tfH- election of G. H. Culp of (laines. vtlle as chairman and W. T\ Hobby of Reauuiont as secretary Many speeches were made indicat- ing t.hat, the interest in Governor ( nlquitt's re-election if general throughout the state and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 March 1912

5JPF MISCELLANEOUS 'SHOWER C-learly the "showers" are fall- today, JI-owever clouds and sunshine may play, A-nother brida is spud 011 her way, R-ich with good wishes, all friends do say, L-eaving her girlhood forever and aye, K-ntering the portals of an un- known way, Y-oung and fair as the flowers in May, E-ver striving to be happy aind gay. \ imm A-lways to be together, never more to part, N-earer, ever nearer, home arid heart, D-earer, ever cleared, forms to Art. life and life con- Jij mi v f I y VV-aiting, happily, waiting, no fear, and no alarm, Into the untried future, then they enter and fear no harm, L-earnittg life's lessons gladly, with a courage ever warm, L-eaninig with faith unfaltering. on the everlasting arm, I nspired by such love and devo- tion, as will ever prove a charm, A-rrned with fortitude sublime, wliieh will be to them a balm. M-ated, divinely mated, and held by His own Arm. The marriage of Miss Charleye Belle Loader /to Mr. ' William Cleaves Patterson which...

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

W'M yiwiw o /"k>v t "vt f NEVER LEAK ROOFING Guaranteed Till 1921 The year 1911 is a long way off", but it you lav a Congo --ply Root to- day it will be still In good condition then. We don't merely my that Congo will last ten years; we guarantee it. Our guarantee is not a mere formal '• Wc-sav-so"; it is a genuine Surety Bind issued by the National Surety C c-mpany 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 \ cars ol protection. ConQO on Frutt'Ohl BUHQ.% Sharon, fa. A MAGNIFICENT RECORD AS ilfi OFFICIAL IS HARMON'S BIG ASSET Congo is easy to lay. Nails, cement and rust proof galvanized iron caps free in centre of each roll. Sample Booklet and copy of 10 year Guarantee Bond on request. Congoleum We should like to send creiy reader of thii paper a sample of Congoleum lor Flooring and Wainscoting. It it fitted for use in homes, stores, offices. * It is a perfect imitation of tight and golden oak. Its ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 March 1912

COMIC AND MAGAZINE SECTION ... The Mexia Weekly MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1912 Copyrighted, j ll, by Horn# Color Prtat Co. Fort Worth, Te« « "II «un BUB SMITH—THE INVENTOR ' I SEE BY DE | POtPER ^COLDER TOMI&HT, RAIN; POttlBLV iMOtri flvrries'-'gee iri> ft cinch 5N6UJ BCAOTlFOi. 2>NCVJ.' SHO(9TV teu. the «tAn<< TO B«lKGr THEl* SuEDb m Wf6 6ENTLEMEN iiii'EOEdVTHINfir REAlW tJOvdALL LACKING ki euerVbody READY? OFF VJE (IO •• • y "ffjft"; - ONLY 3 CORNS OF <xf?AiN- \ NO I&ONTMEAN THAT •MEAN I>OCTOIt IS THAT NEASJ.V OU> CzKourtD STILL ON THE SNOu/ THE 5WOWJ THE BtfifJTirUL . ROBINS W/EPE SIN6IN6 ^ JN THE Ti?EE FALLS THE) CRAPJ.E VJJLL. BEND - ETC YES". YES! MOW YOO MOST PE C|UiET HV BOV OHMvpac A-

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 March 1912

,:■, ;• H. THE RETURNofCAPTAIN JASPER A SIMPLE STORY OF THE FISHING FOLK ■ '• > ^ooiwi! I *« si V ■< Vv'fAv.; fflmsmEmxm . fi . m i !■<. 11 2?* Mi * WCHf^.-HV ' For a second Uncle Eben stood Motionless, asannlng the water." 1 PR ISC I I.LA FAJINHAM was the daugh- i tor of a fisherman who had lost his life at the banks, leaving his children to the tender jmercv of Uncle Eben, sail-maker, living on Tide street, in'the seaport town of Sliadville. Priscilla understood the art of coquet- ry and practiced it, although, tg her credit hi it said, she meant no harm to any one. * Captain jasper, of the trim ship Heron, loved Priscilla, but she flouted him and laughed away his serious moments! Perhaps "It was because she so re- sembled I he- sea that /lie loved her—because she was so changeful and beautiful, never the same thing twice'in her life, forever varying from a dull chord to a semi-tone, from major to minor. But whatever the reason may have been, he did not * Often stay to co...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 March 1912

— Y moment. Aye, but it was a killing wind. We tried all our nostrums to bring him to, but lie's gone—the sea jnst heat the breath out of him." There was 110 doubt in Uncle Eben's mind but the dead man Avas Jasper; yet he could not trust h'mscIP to make sure. So he waited till they should speak his name—waited half benumbed with pain and cold, wondering how he should break it to Priscilla. Then Old Burton, who had kept the corner grocery, blurted out in his rough sympathy: W ""PoOr fellow! His wife will be sore put to it to feed those six hungry children without him." It was plain to Uncle Ebcn that the Heron had gone down; that this was the body of the mate; that Jasper was even now tossing on the currents across the sand bar, while Priscilla waited for him to come to dinner, and made her- self comely to welcome him. Uncle Eben went back to the house. He looked into the vacant kitchen in passing. The, savory odors sickened him, the tabic with the plate scl ui Jasper turned him cold...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 March 1912

v ;• • \ i i i? DANGERS OF DEEP SEA DIVING ) m&mM m? notable piece of work of tliis character was dune on a bridge that was built a cuuplc of years ago at Cape Colony. There ii was necessary that a foundation lie laid in 180 feet of water. One hundred and eighty feel of water is a depth that is very seldom attained and there arc but few instances 011 record, yet the foundation was laid. This job wjjl no doubt hold the rccord for commercial diving for many a day*althouglj there are men who have gone as deep, and deep- er, in quest of treasure. Tt is said that the record is held by Hooper, an Englishman, who descended 201 feet to the wheck of the Cape Horn, lost off South Amer- i "i. In 1896 A. Erortnrbe y/ent ''mv iRo feet U. the wreck of the Skyro, off Cape Finisterrc, and sent up bar silver valued at $450,000, after first having blown the ship partly to pieces with dynamite. Another deep-water record was established by Alexander Lambert, who recovered $350,000 in gold from the ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 March 1912

A N . A V A v A Guest at the Richelieu! Vort Worth's popular hotel, wn« heuri tii remark: "TliU in the brut hotel In Texas for the money. A food hed fol- io ctints In not found everywhere. I'll atop with you again when 1 vfelt Port Worth," Auk anyone to show you TIIE TlK'll- 1.1,1101,?: near to all depots. Corner Main and Fifteenth Streets, .\ I ii aziiici11 rauto<ut, w h;ch j fuinvd it could not use wooden telegraph poles because of at- tacks by insects, is utili/.ing old raff;*, crcctcd in pairs, to hold the wires. ORGAN'S MEN STORIES OF THEIR EXPLOITS bulk of his Ohio river, PHILIP LIPSHITZ CO. Manufacturers of all grades of Babbit, bolder and Printers' Metal Our products arc the very best. M. K. & T. Ry., and Houston Streets Dallas, Texas. Japan's new child labor law prohibits the employment of any person les* than twelve years of age. (lood material is half the work. —From the German. ...Hotel... WALDORF (Dallas' New Hotel.) Furnished In Birch and Marble. Capacious lobby...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 March 1912

SELLERS-DORLAND NURSERY CO. Sells Trees, Shrubs and Plants. Write us your wants. 711 Fannin St., Houston, Texas TURKEYS EQQS, CHICKENS And BUTTER WANTED ym twrtoejrp t# la cnrlnta. Flae«t (omgr and frrexinjc rooms ta Dvsaaad Poultry. Hate* Raaaonahtr. Ship yonr turkryi to tarkrv iMiCWtftaa t+w Hlgkeat Market Prior*. Also PECANS. BEN ABLON Dallas, Texas J. W. OGBURN 4l PRAETORIAN BTTTXiDINO Concrete and Roofing Gravel, Builders' Sand PHOMFT ATOWnOV TO AH, ORDDRS, MEASUREMENT GUARANTEED DALLAS, TEXAS. flour suitable for flapjacks, waf- I lies, muffins and breakfast dain- ties of other names, is proved by a Wichita miller, who has solved i the secret of grinding the prod- | net. Millers began experiment- : ing some time ago with Kaffir l corn to ascertain if it qould- be made into anything other than stock feed, and today one of them placed on the market Kaffir corn flour in small packages. One housewife, who has been experi- menting with the new kaffir corn, reports that she made exce...

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