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

CARPETS and RUGS Renovated CHve us j, trial ami you will lie pleased with results, Out of town orders es- pecially solicited. Prices reasonable. J: P. Scott Co. Children s Stories Hduston Laboratories T o ~<i A no I ynlm «u<| inwmtlmmtl o>m of All Kind*. £ii«i «?"• Jfu 1>^ect0p •n<1 Qhtmlit, Analytical an4 Cenautih* 1000 Tcxam St. Fort Worth, Texas Mexican government engineers will make an exhaustive survey of tlrh land, mines, and other re- sources of Lower California, of which no detailed map ever has horn made. ui hik nauu Cured In From Three to rive Da,vs. TTIB Xli.VIj TUKATMKNT is a purely vrpelahle and perfectly harmless medi- cine, originated, compounded and ad- ministered by ft thoroughly competent physician. No hypodermics, medicino Is tBlicji internally. Administered at the Institute only. Competent nurses in at- tendance. For further particulars writ or phono tho MOM. INSTITM OF HOISTON. Pta l'cnse Ave. IIoiimIimi, Tern Jack's "Hardening" and Its Re- sults....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 March 1912

p m W-if ; 1 * .!> ■ .'■ 4". .• • - v. • iML IT TASTES GOOD Ouff trl«<ft, yo ■ ubntltiitc. It sood for you. j will ncv (natca «f rr nccept any good KM II is CHEEK & NEAL'S Maxwell House Blend Coffee SEA1.KU C.I.N 8. ALL unOCERS. Labor, if it were not necessary to the existence, would be indis- pensable to the happiness of man.—Dr. Johnson. Bargains in Machinery XV© hare for sale in reimllt onglnos and holler* the following: One 14x20 four-valve Mua- tt*U; on* 18x18 and one 12x18 four-valve Atlas; one each 14x20. 18s.l6, 12x14. 11x10 and lOxib Ulis Automatic; one 10x12 Uuaaell Automatic: one 11x16 Frost Automatic; - one each 14x20. 12*20, llxltt, 10x16. 9x14. 0x12 Atlas Throt- tling; one each 1 tlx Hi. 11x10, 10x15, nlli Krit City Throttling; one each 14x18. 11x10 Brovrne'l Throttling; one 12x16 and 10x14 Houaton, Htan- wood * liwnble, and an asiiortment of smaller sixes of Throttling Hortrontai and Upright, both KteAm and Gasoline Engines. An assortment of boilers from 25 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 March 1912

% \ KV >ee J. Sandtufd Smith for FIRfc, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, rie*la, Teat*. The msmg* Weekly Herald. Thirteenth Tear. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1912. $1.00 pw vm w / A QUIET HOME March fifteenth. The brides going away gown I was a Copenha^an blue creation, UwF|||||n|||1 fully tailored, with which the tan '' jaccessories of shoes, gloves, and ' I veil were worn, her flowers were ! white bride roses embedded in Exceedingly unostatious in^con ■ ..maid<?11 hfth.o fwn< ception, but elegant in its eivery 1 appointment was the marriage of Miss Gharleye Belle Loader to jr Mr. William Gleaves Patterson, on Thursday, Feb. 29 at the fam- ily home on Ross Avenue. KjMtti For the initial step on the "voyage of life into the untried seas of the ocean of time," the commodious .home of Mr. and Mrs. Howell Rose Parker,—par- ents of the bride, -was put in gala array. The out of town guests who graced this occasion were: Mr. James Patterson, brother of the groom, of Houston; Mrs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 March 1912

THE HERALD 11$ I \ I PuDIUhei P. Houx. f||H f. d i propj Ictor After nil, there something in the o Hit* third time i Amundsen the irian who tried for >ron< seem* to lie il sayiup that ■ the charm, third Norwe- > ti111 THE METHODIST LADIES M1SSIJNARY SOCIETY ANNOUNCEMENTS. uk Watered as second-clasu matter March i, 1908, at the postofflce at Mexla, Texan. under the act of Congress oI March 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES "I Issue 2 Is. 4 la. 1 yr. Page $12.00 $22.00 J^.OO $500.00 •• 7.60 13.00 24.00 30.00 4.50 7.60 14.00 175.00 Los* Than One uaQrter Page, issue—per inch 20 cents. tHHiie*- -per Inch 35 cents. Hsues—per Inch 50 cents. W The M Y Society an .Mi mlav Uli* of flu . Kindieloi st Ladies Mi i-t in regular March 4th in president, Mrs. J. I)'ev6t innnl led ny SlOll- tlie Under t his head aunouaice- nitaifrs will be made at the foil ow- ing rates, strictly cash iu ad- vance : ITT 71 District, County, Free inert. 10.00 5.00 3.00 Chri W itcn iram Ihuid lias at the par Beth own...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 March 1912

A ' '' * J [ 1 is V Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS i' VENDOR'S L1£N NOTiJS BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have aprdngeri i'i.r western '.'npiti! wli -r-'li;,' I iim enabled { to make leans on Estate. Jiiocl c« nofrftwera. 'inspec- tion^ m a« . by irtv and loans 11 . J••••...! o'lJtwayilciby. sUtw(dn-tv-/ r db '.vftH ' pire- pa/rnerit - v S*snt-r. •V. Al. WHITJB. LaNvyer iVWin, T«>xas The editor i> urnl<*i* Ligations to Mr. Wait for n beautiful deer h which lie says is t'oi pat <it Mi • bedside. '1 tl gift recall* memoi . llljipod when we 11 Ir old father <>n many a uitintr trip aad saw him vvn J,hit * Itfg but'' ,o'L« 1 muzzle loading cap :>i ball rifle, ami we' vvttl not forget Mr. Jackson's Itimilieus ?rjr, r'te Irwisuretj present. n-tisf lasting ob- ■r .lack,son le dressed, n mat to hi beauti- es of our eoinpanied deer jring <s with his loading we wHl -$'hy suffer with hejfadache? Otbei'fc have been eompletejy re-, TieVed hy wearing properly fitted spectacle*—so ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 March 1912

^.,v, W i / CONGO NEWER LEAK ROOFING Guaranteed Till 1921 The year 1921 is a long way off, but if you lay a Congo 2-ply Roof to- day it will be still in good condition then. We don't merely jay that Congo will last ten years; we guarantee it. Our guarantee is not a mere formal •'Wc-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 a - lure you that Congo really will last ten year*. When you buy Congo you buy Jo years of protection. Oona0 f>n Wrtttt-Okl Bl4§., Sharon, I'm. MRS. VINING ENTERTAINS Congo is easy to lay. Nails, cement and rust proof galvanized iron caps free in centre of each'roll. *• Sample^ Booklet and copy of id"' year Guarantee Bond,on request. Congoleum We ihoulrf'like' to.send^evcrjr fttier of this paper a lample of CongolcurnYor,flooring and Wainscoting. Itii '.fitted in homes, •tores, offices. % It is a perfect imitation of light and goldefr'oak. Its surfac'e',has' a.liigh polish. . It is Ai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 March 1912

V :mxJ. Sandlortl ISrnitli for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant, rie*ia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. Thirteenth Year. IvIEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1912. $1.00 Per Year I' 'V r V j PROGRAM * Fifth Sunday Meeting of Limestone Association to beheld with the Delia Baptist Church March 28-31 THURSDAY 7.30 p.m. Sermon by Win. Robison. fri6ay fl ai' a. m. Devotional Service by R. E. Sugart. 10 a. m. the Providence of God by B. F. Tatum. 11 a. m. What effect is the Gospel having on the world to- ward establishing Universal Peace by A. D. Eady. • NOON _ _ v-*tional Service by A. T. Brigance.' 2.30 p. m. Should a pastor preachjthe jdoctrine Jof his de- nomination? By A. T. Brunson. J— U '"S 3.15 p.m. Our duty to Heme and Foreign Mission in the coming campaign by B. W. Vining. 7.30 p. m. Devotional Service by G. W. Latham. 8 p. m. Sermon by B. W. Vining. ' saturday 9.30 a. m. Devotional Service by J. L. Higginbotham. 10 a. m. Revival Campaign by Z. Z. Nobles. 11 a. m. ' Beast and Fal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 March 1912

R '• THE HERALD PwfcllshMl Cvary Thursday. H. e. Hoax, E4IUr and Pr*prl lor. •UMCHIPTION RATE*. On ymx I1W. Mi Months. *0 Tkrw Mont ha K. Jlland m Meond-clMa «iMt« March I, IMS. at the poatottlc* at Maaia. ffwaa. under the act ot C«W«m of March S. 1179. ADVERTISING RATE*' 1 laaue 2 la. 4 la. 1 jr. I Pace 112.0* 1X3.00 IV/.M 1509.99 J4 - 7.60 13.09 34.99 S9.99 It " 4.60 7.60 14.00 176.00 Lea* Than One uaQrter Rage. 1 lamia—per lach 39 eeata. I laaae -~per loch 36 casta. I Vaaaea—per Inch 69 eeata. EXCUSE ME. We are sending out some state- ments to delinquent subscriber*, of which here is a copy: "Mexia, Texas, March 19, 1912.—Mr. When 1 bougie out the Mexia Enterprise last May 1 agreed to fill out all paid up subscriptions and 4o collect' all back dues. The books show that you are due front .... to ..... auuiiifnting to . L witl -thank you to kind|y settle this account right away as I need the money to help pay expenses. You will please therefore adjust tM| aeewunt a« so'on as possib...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 March 1912

* ON IMPROVE V - '' i 1.:," «i VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. 'V . # \>' , ji':' ' • |j have arranged for woiftern capital whc ijbyv'I to make IdartH"on JeWM'Kstw'iSI&l direct to borrowers. IriHpec- tiolw •niadu by me '-^hvJ cloaed &t -.Alexia Utjjuv. . , Satisfactory pre-' , payment privileges' AV,. M. WHITE, Lawyer JYlexia. Texas 1 1 ,IJ "I""1 1".11'^M1- ' J*. B. Wmsfed of WitWmivt £*it$ was i>1 tin* city todav looking oi> i-iv iJic siiuiiijiiii, wfr«Ji vfiw (Vstn.lilisliiuo- ii fjRtorjfc 'SuctionII lYiiterprisifJ s^ohl^ l i' H ut^.ilfg "fin Vestiii(4il hi llii-s AV'<• tjfjij ind we (nisi thai * .Me. Olimttcnd will bo induced to conic licrc. Local and P*r&onaH l)r. o. I- Uuilly, pjtfioj; "I H" FLwtt .Raptist churcTi,„ cana, was here-TueHilay ujgUt at: tending the Atlair inching. <• mem, to y* v WANTED. — Young, learn the automobile business.;— Send for catalogue.—Waco Auto- mobile Training School, 401-403 Elm St., Waco, Texas. Bee hives—itee We...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 March 1912

11 I It THE HERALD MIMirt tvary Tfcuratfay. P. Noun, Editor and Pr*prt«tor, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oh Tear 100. Biz Month* M Tkr— Month. 36. Jtetwred as second-clM* m Ue.r March I. IMS, at the pootofttce at Mazla, Eoaa, under the act of Congreea of March I, 1(79. ADVERTISING RATES 1 laaue 2 la. 4 la. 1 yr. i Pace 112.00 122.00 140.00 1600.00 M " 7.60 13.00 24.00 S0.00 4a " 4.60 7.60 14.00 176.00 Leaa Than One uaQrter Page. 1 laaue—per Inch 10 cents. • maave—yp* u«Cu 55 CChU, 4 laauea—per Inch 60 centa. A PEACH. Gml Oroaco has had it captur- ed officer of the Madero army shot, and threatens to slioot this officer's chief if caught. If OrcNtco is ambitious to succeed to the presidency and should he ever succeed they will have hot tiaues in llie old republic to the south. o Virginia moonshiners shot and killed the judge, prosecuting at- torney and sheriff in Carroll county, Va., Thursday when one of their 'number was convicted and sentenced to one year in jail. Several other people were w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 March 1912

■ ■ I L ' •** '«)'■■■■ ■"* ' 2 pif;vv' ' . ■ . u ow Complete * ideries, Footwear, and all > er; in Endless Varieties. -- m CI ft lit is ess than two weeks until Easter and so much sewing to n\ f/select your Easter Clothes as soon as possible—the big t we >k and things will move in a hurry. You will find us ready [rgest and best assorted stock of Spring Goods we have ever the many things on this page—not all to be sure—we couldn't iper. We say come and feast your eyes on the beautiful Spring |ou of]their beauty and worth brics at 25c the Yard Iress.iyou will certainly find just- the thing r-fivefcent dress fabrics. We've thousands [ost popular fabrics to sell at this price, and when you see the goods. Voiles, Plain Stripe Voiles, Viana Im= |)n Corduroys, both in the solid white incy Tissues, Linens and a big line of r [iful Dress Fabrics we are selling at 25c the [he assortment is large, but such values as rou * come before they are picked over. Beautiful Silks Fashion has decr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 March 1912

'"...J-i. ' i rr / w* mkin I ' TEXAS NE£PS GREAT MEN ■4*. Hi 0 XXX., KNGH^NT^ENT 5ERM6LE (C r peivsoiuvl beauty d Anthony and LEOPATKA sailed dpvyn.tjie.Nil>.' ^.nd by he and the grandeur or her retinue, conqu with her eluu'msheU^hini.captive Until the sigh-s of Fulvia blew up" the fires in the Senate and the Roman government crushed her crown. It i!s shVrd is'Egyptian' beauty could, with a smile, change the map of Europe, but with all her subtle charms and native beauty, she is JiUovyn >as the "Serpent of the Nile." Many a beautiful craft of gilded opinions is floating down the political seas and stirs us- with ^he' image of its beauty, but, like the "Serpent of thfe Nile,"' its influence is degrading and ita practices destructive. ibhmbhk ?"* — Hwmelf took aii'knea# feOr Is ¥- i tip:] _ „ HE KEALETH THEIR DISEASES NSark i, 20-45^-Mcj-oh 10, • <' r it rtrilUn, rtnU bnru 'itit — AJutIficiu OthVYlS, §T|JJi>Y follows cloiely the one of a wpok ggtf. W'Jieii Jet?us left the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 March 1912

«#• 4 tj •# Texas Needs Great Men ! XXVIII. CONDEMNATION AN ATHENIAN peasant voting to condemn Aristides the Just wm asked what wnm( this good man had ever done him, "fltoaa," ha replied, "I dont evan know him, but 1 am tftmd of bwii| Mm called 'The Just.' " Envy always snarls at t)M heA oX distinction. It it one of the penalties of success to be eondMniMd by your fellow men. and this condition not only afgdies to philosophy, art ami science-but to business as well, ttlri eomatimes success weighs heavily 9n the scales of justice. The aoul of state is in its people and a narrow, jealous and eofftous citizenship results in bigoted, revengeful and dangerous oTift a ivealr anrf trtHprincr fovprnment. / J* - WOkC' . . jt i /< CONDEMNING ARISTIDES THE JUST. Let those who wou).4 •« their country rise to the towering heights of power remember that in the race of nations an ounce of malice is a dangerou* handicap; that a country torn by the demon jealousy cannot long survive the corroding...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 March 1912

■M -> 1 , */ iw; f-y %.1 CONGO NEVER LEAK ROOFING G11 a ra nteed Till 1921 The year 1921 is a long way oW, hui i' you lav a Congo 2-ply Root to- day it will be still in good condition We don't m< ill last ten year Our guaeante; !y say that Congo we guunintee it. e is not a mere formal " We-sav4o"j it is a genuine Surety Ht nd 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. Wkm vnn huv Conso VOU buV IO years of protection. Conffo on mtn-OM Bute.. 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. Congoleum We should like to lend «rery reader of this paper a sample of Congoleum for Flooring and Wainscoting. It ii 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 unusualljr durable. The price i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 March 1912

See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flerffa, Ti The Mexia Weekly Herald. Thirteenth Year. MEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1912. $1.00 Per Year nnnnT linnet LUUIU I1UU0L 1 gU 'W I \ , NEWS NOTES SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. Groesbcok Journal. Marriage License. Roy Ward and! Ethel Richard* son. V. M. Sellers and Ella Kelly. | Silas Ta^lton and Sarah Thomas . Claude Gunn and Myrtle Whaley. o Automobile Register. Receipt No. 188 was issued to Lewis M, Seay, Groesbeck, Mar. 1st. Receipt No. 189 was issued to B. (J. Morgan, March 18th. ) o Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jones, LaSalle, March 2 —a daughter. Pete MeKinnon, Uroesbeck, February 24—a son. A. H. Leach, Bighill, March 4 •—a son. Elbert Gibson, Bighill, March *6—-ft SOD. Walter Allen, Groesbeck, Mar. 18—a daughter. J. T. Curry, Groesbeck, March 10—a son. Jim Murphy, Groesbeck, Mar. 10—a son. Sam A. Thomas, Groesbeck, March 12—a daughter. . ^ rrO <-*«• i Death Reports. Alley Eliza Adai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 March 1912

■■ m 4> JmH \ ,-, • THE HERALD Published Every Thurnday. P. Houx, Editor arid Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATfcS ■ me'"Year, $1.00. \;u Months 50 ' tiree Months 25. jiiu'rtid aa Beeoiid-class matter March t 1908, at the postotfiee at Mexia, Tpxa*, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES \ issue 2 la. 4 la. 1 yr. i age $12.00 $22.00 tVj.OO $500.00 * " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 " i,j; .§ 14.0® 17B.00 Less Than On* uaQrter Pag*. t aae—per inch SO cent*, i <«8ue?~-per Inch 35 ceata. Bues—per Inch 50 centa. 'AS OTHERS SEE US." Ariscm, Texas, March 25tli. Mr. N. P. Houx, Editor Herald, Mexia, Texas. Dear Sir:—I Have just reeeiv eel a statement from you remind- ing itie of back cmiaaon subscrip- tion,- etc. * *' * Now, Bro. Houx, [ don't want you to change your politics at, aJl, not in this caanpaign. Your ticket; national , and' '.state, just exactly meets/ our views to' a man, and we earnestly and sin- cerely hope that you witl not, aor ■o&naiot, be- iifcduGed,. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 March 1912

V A A Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. hr.vNe 'arranged for • tern jcapital wiwr v i ui;i i-.utb!. I to nui;« I'unti osi >eal Jiieet Ui l '.>rrowers. iiinptfc- tions made by me dnd loan? closet! ut Me>.ia .vithout delay. Satisfactory rates .villi pre- payment privileges. W. IYI. WHITE. Lawyer Mexia. Texas THE KILTIES TEX4S POLITICAL CALENDER FOR 1912 Local and Personal. .&wt, >' "|L '/' v •:$&. All's. John Davis and liltlt- sou, John, .1 r., have returned from a few days visit in fort Worth. WANTED. — Young men to learn the automobile business.— Send for catalogue.—Waeo Auto- mobile Training School, 401-403 Eim Si., Waco, Texas. A large congregation assembled at the Tabernacle Tuesday night to participate in the song and praise service, and all received additional blessings in witnessing the conversion. of another manly young man. The Tabernacle will iww -be torn down., „ ■ , „ * Now is the time to buy Bee hives-Have them r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 March 1912

—f—■ 3= f #* CONGO NEVER LEAK ROOFING Guaranteed Till 1921 The year 1921 is a long way off, but if you lay a Congo 2-ply Roof to- day it will be still in good condition then. We don't merely stf 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 really will last ten years. When you buy Congo you buy 10 years of protection. 0one* 0* 9TM-OM BIAQ., Sharon, Fa. Congo is easy to lay. Nails, cement and rus{, proof galvanized iron caps free in centre of each roll. Sample Booklet and copy of 1 o year Guarant.ee Bond on request. Congoleum We should like'.to lend 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 I and golden oak. Its surface has a high.polish. I I It is unusually durable. The price !s v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 April 1912

$ce J. Sandioril Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO lnsura*«e, riearfA, T \ The Mexia Weekly Herald. -A Thirteenth Yeax. IvlEXLA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 4. 1!)12. $1.00 Per Year I '•si SADDEST MAN IN WORLD IN MEXIA CARL NEUMAN , AGED GER- MAN WHOSE LIFE HAS BEEN FILLED WITH SORROW. IS WALKING TO FRISCO Physical Condition Prevents His Riding oil, Train. From the Lake Charles, La., Daily Times of Fob. 19, we clip thi* story. In L/ake Charles today there is a visitor who is the saddest man in the world, and when one reads his story he is not surprised that he «hould be. Hopelessly afflicted so that he can not endure the jar of riding on a train or the motion of a vessel, Carl Neuman, 72, penni- less «nd homeless, without a rel- ative on this side of the ocean, arrived in Lake Charles from New York, via South Bend, Ind. 4 4 The saddest. man on earrth," as Mr. Neuman calls himself, was the owner of a machine shop he says, in San Fnancisco, at the time of the earthquake. He and hi'-s wife a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 April 1912

tURMON FRIENDLY TO UBQB Ohio Trade* I'nlonlat* Make Great Progress During Present Regime. ColutaouB, O.— (Special)—Stai* bor Commissioner Wlrmel, a ir*4es \iBlonl8t, says that It 1b an established f rt thai trade unionists obtained more good lawa during the adminis- tration of Governor Harmon than .tn any of the other regime* that jwe- ceded him. The list contains roeaa- ■res thmt worklngnaen had been strid- ing for for many years. Moat important of all the labor tills is the worklngmen'a compensa- m lion act, which experts, who have «*■ rmined It, declare Is aa good a* there ta In the world. For more than a year a apecial commission appointed by Governor Harmon gathered nnd information, and inte thia btp was written the best Ideas obtained., The legislature, in providing for the' —o? nimmiulOB. iected to make an appropriation'to jiay the expenses of fche members, bjit Governor Harmon advanced the com- mission their expense money, and_ -was later reimbursed. Ohio workingmen, when In...

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