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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 April 1912

Mb' ■■ !*> «*W' 4^?KW* /f\ i. Money to Loon ON IMPROVEB FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans, on Keat EBtate ( direct to borrowers, -fcniipec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without dil'sy. I, Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. yii, n ) , • W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas w H- VACCA Watchmaker, Jeweler and Graduate Optl- tician at MEXIA DRUG CO. STORE All Work Promptly Done And Guaranteed Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drugstore. Phones—Office 143, Home 16. Mexia, Texas Dr. H. C. Watson DENTIST Office upstairs in New Opera House building. Office phone 46; Residence, 74 MEXIA. TEXAS Local and Personal. Will Pittman has been trans- ferred! to Mexia and u now in charge of the car repairing de- partment for the H. & T. C. here. WANTED. — Young men to learn the automobile business.— Send for eatalogue.J-^Waco' Auto- mobile Training School, 401-403 i. ...

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

r'*i ■w^-.: th • •" ' • ■ K&| v> ■• > . THE HERALD PubtlahMl Cvary Thursday. M. P. Houx, Editor ami Proprietor, •UaSCfllPTION RATE*. Om Tmr W'M' Six Months TkrM Month* .60 . jMtered M Moond-otaaa matur March t, INI. at tho poatofOca at Mazla, faxaa, under th« act of Consraaa of March S, 1I7 . nDVERTICINQ RATES 1 laaua J la. 4 la. 1 JT- i m* ium mo* imo-w ^ 7.60 1100 84.00 10.00 14 " 4.(0 7.B0 14.00 176.00 Laaa Than Ona uaQrtar 1 laaua—per Inch M casta. I taauar—par Inch 16 caata. « taauaa—per lock b caaia. Alike. The coming of t.lie summer with its' sunny, days aublime Suggests the way we wait for trains marked on the board, "On Time." —Winkle wads. 0 Wo have often heard of the town eoW, roving dags and the festive pig becoming issues in municipal campaigns, but Mexia can furrnisli a new one. In the election held here Tuesday ,the jaA'kass seems to have been the issue. March came in like a lion ami has been acting like a hog ever since. It is to be hoped that the lamb will...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 April 1912

— 1 4; i mM TVllT)ev&v\mew\s 3lre 'R.eaA^ 'Sot ^Vve "R>\.$ S&sUv l^\vs\i Pre—Easter week is always the busiest week of the year—We have arranged our store so as to make shopping as easy and convenient as possible during the big crush of the last few days. You will find our stock of goods to be the largest and best we have ever shown. It would be difficult—in fact impossible—for us to tell you in cold type of the many beautiful Spring Things we have on show here—come in and see for yourself—your visit will surely acquaint you with the largness and wonderful variety of the stocks in every department. Beautiful Ready-Made Dresses than nnr Probably no part of our apparel stocK nas caused mure icxvGicibxC CGI showing of Spring Dresses. You will see among this showing, some of the Cleverest styles ever shown in Mexia. All the newest styles in this seasons favored materials are here. We want to especially call your attention to the dresses of Embroidered Voile—they're beauties—a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 April 1912

SpW 1BSS ff" : \>r r AS ATT'Y. CEN. Columbus, Ohio, March 1;">.—It was Jud/son Harmon, while Attor- ney General of the United States, who delivered the first blow in this country ra defence of the pet pie ami against the trust's. Pro- ceeding under authority of the Sherman Anti-Trust l^iu-, he prosecuted to- a soQoeti^t'ul tvnmi- mation^in the United States Su- preme.. ^ Court three important suits, thereby rendering a service which stands prre-emincnt among tin' acts performed by officers in they lega l department of the fed- eral government. Attorney General Harmon pros^ "euted the suits at the most crit- ical period in. the life of the anti- irusi Mum, at a time when l>< Viad no precedents to follow and when he was handicaped by ad- verse decisions in the lower fed ernl courts. During the time Mr. Harmon was attorney general, congress gave him but $25,000 to #50,000 a year to investigate ami prose- cute trust violations, and trans- act other business of the depart men...

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

A MY PARTY served, the happy guests said. ''Goodnight," to the host and hostess. < Fair damsels oi' twenty year* ago, old una ids of tin- present, Rougli Riders and "Rilbens" characterized the crowd of about one hundred' guests at the old- fashioned tackey party gi/yen by Rev. and Mrs. Vining Last Friday evening. With the exception of a few who did not think it nee- essary to change their cu&toinary apparel, the guests wei'e dressed in van-ions and sundry coKtimies. TJie parlors, hall and dining w>om were artistically decorated with logn strings of apples arid candy, transforming them into a curiosity shop for the evening. The apples and red candy^'.hang- ing from a string, were fyec to swing about and anyone* wlno ate the fruit was to do so*;Vitli'qut touching it with, his ",'1- erwise it was ''iorbiddoh fruit.*' Occasionally, one was- fortunate enough to get a partn'e^*ft> bi|fe an apple with fiini, and if Ins friends were not kind enough- to move the apple at th'e pr...

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

«E -fg Children Cry for Fletchers J J sSS? J tMI YOURS tjumranuiB ——— inmn:ygi v MrnTTSkiMamammmm I.. \ I ours tor uni- - formity. Yours fpr great- est leavening power. Yours 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 trust 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 Exposition. CATARRH HY-FEVER ^ " " Practical School for the Housewife ffMomfflT COULOHT cft UP A MEAL LIKE THIS M A TrtOUSAftl YEARS - moaiREC y PITTSBURG.—While the theme of teaching love In the public schools has been bruited by theorists, ma- terialists of the Margaret Morrison Carnegie School for Women have beei) arranging a practical course for brides, and have announce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 April 1912

KjS^, < v i ' ; wrr^r1 •; rw bee J. SandTv^T Smith tor FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurai***:, ne*ia, lexas. '>•■'■■■7v . 'fTyrgr- ■ '?'vV ■ 5? | The Mexia Weekly Herald. Thirteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, TlllWSlMY, AI'lilL 11, 1912. $1.00 Per Year v i M" f'" f gA t > > * / \ ,V* / COURT HOUSE NEWS NOIfS SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. Groesbeck Journal. Marriage License. Franklin Nernraons and Stella Smith. Stonewall J. Cox and Elmora MoBay. R. L. Wallace and Alma Jenson WiLl Brown a*cl Bttie Mae Sparks. Arthur McJenkins. and Sylvana Newell. Harris Quarrels and Belle Hurlack. W. M. McClure and W. G. Ogilvie. Andrew Mackie and Vicie All* ison. J. E. Dunlap and Jasie Leach. J. B. Ilolte and Eunice But- trell. Cupid Jackson and Annie Moore. Collins Obanian and Sadie Con- ley. John Earnest and Jessie Lewis. $U4': Automobile Register. Receipt No. 190 was issued to J. B. Mathews, Tehuacona, Tex- as, March 30. Receipt No. 191 was issued to- ' Dr. J. L. Metcalf,' Mex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 April 1912

' I its praise harmon •Mt1 .-JSSXZ^ tkm km Prifruslm at mi EiNittn Frogrsesl e Democrat* of sreii in •tteece, when they itudy Governor Harmoe'a public rword and road hl« wttersixrf are frank to admit tiai •be Ohio executive baa ^e«n misrep- ••••ntsd, and they do not b«*i'a'« to •ay tbat be #nou;d bate tbe aupport of not on-j M)Df«rT(tite but protre* sire Democrat* al*o, throughout tbe eount ry. Proftnor E Benjsmin Acdrew# the noted e/irjcator. w.nose radical ut- terance* and writing* caased him to be deposed a* president of Brown university; Hon W F Porter of Lin- ichi. Net , a eader of progress e* o>Mtn texas hospitality negro stabs white man^jjerifrom We Shake Hudi With 2S6,0M | Tourist* aad Welcoas 69,000 luifTuU Annul)j. m r. fiT.fi fit John' -TMt LIGHT OF THE WOSLD." Qusrtsrly N«vi —Mtrch 31. T% ptopU mktch m* «a ter*MM mm fni hgkl. «U to Ik* t*t tm tkt rrt m am4 thadom of to*i t)#M u i|r") •# W«*S*nr I*. J*. IN tbe Bible iymbols light gtar*J< ■i tbe representative of God...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 April 1912

• fry, ■ f 9H i H ? ■ 1 Money to ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES SOUGHT AND EXTEN^sCB arranged r«.r •« ••• a. 'A'IK« Biff I tec make loans n T •: i i ?at<K; iliieci to liormw'-rs. Inspec- ' tiorit made by mo ,njii loam, crlot-*il a. : 'i 1 . ay. Satist'iictcy r.ite- .vifh pre- payment p-iyUegtiB, W. M. WHITE. Lawyer /Vlexin. Texas Local and Personal. WANTED. — Young men to learn the automobile business.— Send for catalogue;—Waco Auto- mobile Training Sehool, 401-403 Elm St., Waco, Texas. John N. Carroll, original pro- — ^1-4.-^- -i* 4-U - l,„ 4.1. 1 J'l It'lUM in i.|io I'Utii itvvw «*• ' axmm bard City was taken nick Sunday with Meningitis and died this morning at*6 a. m. v ' r — , - It' you are going to need n new Cultivator—let us show you (we think) the hesit one on the ^narket, ewi also fix jrou up with two Row Planters and Cnltivo- tors.—Jackson Bras. Co. Geo. Rhea had business in Hearne this afternoon. Highest cash price paid for hides, wool and beeswax, at Pelz's gro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 April 1912

HERALD P £. Evary Thuradty. P. H«W, Editor and Proprietor, •DESCRIPTION RATES. Om Tme Ii.w. Ms Month*, 60 Tkm Month* 86. ! Attorney General Jewell !'• I Lightfoot nunounr< that he will ' riot be h eandiidate for re->elecitioii, but will retire to the jiraet ice ol law and locate in Austin. As- sivstaait Attorney General Wal- tlial will he a candidate to sii< oeedi hLs eh ief. r Jfetarad a* Moond-cUa* matter March i, IMS, at the pontofflce at Mezla, tnai, under the act of CongreM of March S. l«7f. ADVERTISING RATES T laaae ill. 4 la. 1 yr. I Pa<« tit.00 $22.00 Wj.00 t&OO 00 M " 7.60 13.00 24.00 10.00 14 " 4.60 7.60 14.Ml 176.00 Laaa Than One uaQrtar Pag*, t iaaue— per Inch 20 cent*. ■ teauee-~per Inch 36 cent*. A Issues—per Inch 60 cent*. Two prominent contractors of Beaumont engaged in a pistol duel and both were killed. o— 'Cone Johnson is sick and it is rtfinoml that he may withdraw from the senatorial race. In that fast.* keep your eyes on Palestine. o Police prob...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 April 1912

Les Muslin Underwear 3 saving is made possible because the manufacturer was so late in shipping these goods to us that we refused ire lot of over five hundred garments we accepted the lot at the reduced price and now give our patrons ad- leeda at a price which barely covers the cost of the materials alone. No use for you to waste your time sewing 1 at the most will not last longer than a few days. It will be decidedly to your interest to select what you may Out—Don't Miss This U&EtI Opportunity to Get Your Muslin Underwear at a Big Saving 0 ~ -J . . he$e Items HlBI a «• !9c ICS*} tics- >11 ill !9r u;i 1- vviti do- et'V < writs « h an iv uy sor s at tin hey lace r?)c wns etn- laec rent >8c I % L7< 25^ >0C I $1.50 SKIRTS 09c • *1.50 SKIRTS ; ,99c. . These Skirls at,-99c are made of gqod ijauibrie and jiuvt 18 inch flounce Urmittted with 2 inch lace bands-— * 4 ijhey are beauties—worth $1.50-*- liale priee%.... .......: 09p •SKIRTS at 25c—these are the Imec-Length fl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 April 1912

L: .. •• g'.Lf1*! 1PL., s piTifui sight ■1 t k ii TEAGUE Sum .•I'll Stun- MRS. VflllTE ENTERTAINS .Mr-. W. M. Da Win JVlr Willi facility inc<" sins tin rtlt, fwitt da \ ©i jill o , <'XA- j, bfifc CfiQWd e JiCex Teagu ternouj n£ it! 1 exa> St W u on wit- about ami i the four- wa> whs .seen ju cousnltal other teacher*, while teen boys were un about in their desk every move Prof. Koenig made and when he ot rt'i; i t leu t i<a 1 Ly spoke to tlie different teachers the nueasy boys watched every move to sen iff they could n°t wail[ fate in. tho BinrftWsion of the teachers. But this sus- pense did not last long for Prof. Koenig returned to the Study Kali smiling—every player had made good in his work. Therefore, with all of the dis- abilities removed, our plucky little team "came back" and, with the hope of overcoming the disabilities of the Thornton de- feat by "walloping" them next Saturday, opimistically started on their way to the High School Championship of the state. T...

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

1 TEXAS NEEDS GREAT MEN - jz m XXVII. CORRECTIONS HEN Appeles wa« exhibiting a beautiful painting a cobbler directed his attention to a fault in the shoe and the master immediately corrected it; the shoemaker then criticised the shaping of the leg and Appeles said, "Shoemaker, stick to your last." The advice of the painter stand* as good in govern- ment as it does in art, but unfortunately many of our legislators have no last and others insist on legislating the most on things they know the least about. If our legislators would "stick to ujeir last," we would soon have "fewer laws and better laws." J a \ r APPELES EXHIBITING A PAINTING. t j' : ' 1 Let those who aspire to write our laws struggle with their subjects like a soul working out a plan of salvation for the human race; soar in the bright crisp atmosphere of the practical and light on the mountain peaks of progress with the unerring ac- curacy of an-eagle in its flight; rise from the low dusky horizon of suspicion to the star...

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

it^?^f,v,:**s:v,^ jgyj .jgg£S vJtW:*J**vT Z ' «~ • • ^ «Q.^:i«>W^ili1i^lii|lli> ^<11^1*11 iiitSie* 1 rtii'ii' j ^lii'vr"' "i *".''^AW1, 4i v- v „3P VACCA Watchmaker, Jaweler aavl Graduate Opti- tician at /ViliXlADRUO CO. bl Okh All Vork Promptly i>>ne And Ouaraniccu O&KLTH v„ RtfAeLE^ it^frefCSl Dr. J. L. /Vie tea if Oftice dentist ■Front rooms over l'.trior Drug Store. Phones —Office 14.\ Home lf>. Mexia, Texas — imj. ■ « I .■ ■■'■f^yMMWnP'^yHUl-'-l' ..LL:'!T".a Dr. H. C. Watson den ns r ~"^Z Office upstairs in N- w Opera House building. Office Jphone 46; Resideneo, 74 TIRED RUN-DOWN PEOPLE A North Carolina Man Suggests a Remedy Greensboro, N. C.—"For a long time I was bo run down and debili- tated that I could hardly drag around. My appetite was poor and I could not sleep nights. I had tried different so- called tonics •without benefit. I was advised to try your cod liver and iron tonic. Vinol, and I am bo glad I did, for It gave me a hearty appetite, I soon ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 April 1912

!5ec J. Sandluid MiiiLii lor i lKli, LlHE and IORNADO lnsura #vc, rte*«a, kexas. exia Weekly Herald. Thirteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1912. OVER 1200 DEATHS FEARED ON SINKING TITANIC : ; _ 1 .||; > f { 111 IMC1 PAH fl H ra\i un\nc\u nw tup *MfciAl\KTl\lCMTC $1.00 Per Year •v / KITS HUGE ICEBERG it MILES FROM LAND '7!Ji PUNS FOR B. H Rlill niNC Giant V essel, on Maiden Voyage to America, Goes Down Soon After Crashing- into 5ea Menace 866 WOMEN AND CHILDREN fPsf , . Other Vessels Rush to Aid of Bi* Liner, but"6nly • %'• • &'•'' - ',*v .&>-■ m 1 '''} ■' ] ,i W. ■ ■ Life-Boats Found, the Titanic Having (lone Down With Hundreds of People I er mm E COtVlI EI •1r UVILUll 1U Dallas N«iw . More than 1,200 people, it is feared, sank to death early yesterday when, within, less than four hours after she crashed in- s .to an iceberg, the mammoth White Star Line steamer Titanic, ' bound from Liverpool to New York, on her maiden voyage, went to tlve bottom off the N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 April 1912

A THE HERALD Published £vei> Thumday •t P. Houx, Editor and Prop <etor SUBSCRIPTION RATK9 On* Year I t ut). Htj. Mouths Cbree Months • .interest as secoitd-cUuu matter March I. i,s 118. at the poutoffloe fct Meiia. Texan, under the act of Congress oI Man a 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES issue 'i Is. 4 la. If. I >'ag« $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $600.00 ^ '• 7.60 13.00 24.00 30.00 " 4.50 7.60 14.00 175.00 Lesa Than Ona uaQrter Pag* 1 i rfue—per Inch 20 wnU. I issue* -per Inch 35 cents, t iMuuea—per Inch 60 c«nta. TEXAS INDUSTRIAL NOTES A GREAT PRIVILEGE ANNOUNCEMENTS. BE CHARITABLE. Oharityl is one great tiling needed in Utiis country, and esr pecially in Texas; not that char- ity that induces one to give a blind beggar on the street cor- ner a nickel, but that broader charity that will enable you to concede to your fellow man hon- est of motive and purpose. There are somite' p'etfpte in' this- state' who think every other man who is ap- posed to their candidate for gov- ernor, or pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 April 1912

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 or ■Weal Estate ■direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. JYl. WHITE. Lawyer /VVexia. Texas Local and Personal. Meows D. A. Murphy urn I W. .M. White listve returned from Brownwood where they attended the grand lodge meeting. Vnh4'. -t WANTED. — Young men to iearri the automobile business.—' ■Send for catalogue.—Waco Auto- mobile Training School, 401-403 Elm St., Waco, Texas. * mm RECEPTION CITY COUNCIL Til members of Hue Methodist church wi/ll give a reception at the ujiuneh Friday evening April' 19th, at 8 oclock, in honor of the 11 w members. • All friends of the church are iuvili il 1o come and participate in the pleasures of thi-s occasion. Voit'LI be missed if you are not t lucre'. -Comic. NEW ADMINISTRATION NOW FULLY IN CHARGE OF THE CITY'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 April 1912

BflESr $i\iX ■ : -'A f:; f-V 'T £ ! I it 1.4 V LSr W H. VACCA Watchmaker, Jeweler and Graduate Opti- tician at JV1EXIA DRUG CO. STORE All Work Promptly Done And Guaranteed Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Phones.—Office 143, Home 16. Mexia, Texas Dr. H. C. Watson DENTIST Office upstairs in New Opera House building. 000!Office |phon<* 46;|Residence, 74 mexia. texas , J SREATEST MEDICINE ON EARTH A prominent citizen of Evansville, Ind., writes:—"I was ill for five months with a pulmonary trouble, and had .the.best of doctors. I had hemor- rhages"&nd Wet in a very bad way. Through the advice of a friend I tried Vinol, and I feel that it saved my life. It is all you recommend it tb be. 1 believe it is the greatest medicine on earth. I have advised others to try Vinol, and they have had thfl same results." (Name furnished on re- quest.) ' - ' We want every' one ih this vicinity \j;ho. is' troubled with chronic colds, cpughs. .pr pulmonary , trou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 April 1912

7 • . " .k ■ ■ \ \ V A \ :>ec J. Sandioid Mniui ur HRli, LiFhi and TORNADO Insurato^c, He*la, iexus . The Mexia Weekly Herald. Thirteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1912. $1.00 Per Y< SttN Of VALUE OP TUBERCU- 0 oiri nil MI3S MARY YOUNG TELLS 01, YEGGMEN TOUCH CONCERN FEW DAYS OLD FOR BE- | TWEEN $3000 AND ft $4000. LIFE'S LAST HOUR FOR TAFT'S GALLANT AIDE. Washington, A pril 1!).—A graphic story of the heroism of Major Archibald W. Butt on the Titanic was told today in an in- terrview given to the Washington: Star staff correspondent in New York by Mies Young, «i former resident of this city. Miss Young is believed to have been the last woman to leave t:>t> Htanic and the last of the surviv< rs to lDave talked with the president't mil- itary aide. She and Major Butt had long been friends, Miss Young having hem a special music instructor to the children of former President Roosevelt. Miss Young said: " i In. last person t.: whom 1 spoke on the Titanic was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 April 1912

' m 'iwww N*' ,Vv,t* M ' I r: £i>-;. f if* EVER In maritime history has there been a sadder 6cenc than was witnessed Tburs- ' "5% perntlon to get into the lifeboats that the officers shot them and their bodies fell into the ocean. Thev said also that day night when the Cunardj they saw John Jacob Astor and Ma.Hr etenuier ( arpathia came to her dock atj Butt standing together on the TitanI V Jer pier in New lork bearing the sur-j deck and that they must have gone n> vivors of the passengers and crew of) death together. Mrs. Isidor Straus re- the lost Titanic. Of these there were fused to leave her husband, they s; A • f tiltl,ful leftl or less *han one- Many passengers agreed in the atat"- /. ° , se aboard the world's great-1 ment that COS were rescued and tu.it est •unsinkable" floating palace. Many i four died in the lifeboats and two d ■ d of the survivors were 111, some of them 0u board the Carpathta. One of tin angerouslv so, others were in a state I steerage passengers wa...

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