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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 October 1908

;:v". X"""' T~* iWpi v* , •::'. '■■ "• "• •A RESUME of THE MOST impor- TANT news at home and abroad; * NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. The ninth annual convention of the Texas Association of Builders' Ex- changes will be held In Houston, Nov. 13 and 14. The Bricklayers' Stale Conference closed « four days' session in Corsl- eana Friday by choosing Galveston ns •the next place of meeting, the date to be named by the executive commit- tee. Wiiile unharnessing his team from the plow John Karris, a farmer four miles west of Center Point was struck by lightning and instanly killed .nbout noon Thursday. Four mules were also killed. In the two fires which have occured recently, one at the A. & M. College and the other at the Insane Asylum at. Terrell, the State of Texas has sus- tained losses to the amount of about $'"0,000. Nora Watson, aged IS, was struck and killed by lightning Saturday at Covington, fifteen m...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 October 1908

1 or —■—- w 1: Jos. Nussbaum & Company's GREAT ALTERATION SALE OF $5o,«oo WORTH 1 Of High Class Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats Furnishing Goods, etc. Saturday Nov. 7th, at 9 o'clock sharp our entire stock, not one single Item reserved, goes under the hammer. = = = Our ad will be out next week telling- the whole story—watch for it, wait for it, don't fail to get it==you will have a chance to save dollars and dollars at this sale, there will be a feast of real bargains in every department for everybody. After January 1st, 1909 we are going to remodel and rebuild our Dry Goods store building, hence the Alteration Sale, our entire stock positively must be sold by January 1st. Don't spend your time and money on small shows, wait for the biggest sale ever attempted in the history of Mexia. Our entire stock will be one glittering array of bargains, Don't forget the date Saturday November 7th, at 9 O'cloch Sharp. Yours for Bargains, . NUSSBAUM & COM PAN V K.i r*V f| iessfesilsl? T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 October 1908

jfliK 8 pi pspj* / V'•& '&•' ' ^iKsB OR IMPROVED FARMS $11 fj. . jyfr * r*V , v - ; / :■ r> VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. I have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real 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. Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Misses Alice and Mary Coi'loy visited relatives in Dallas Sunday and attended the big fair. of Z. T. Willis, living just sooth of town, died in Dallas Friday night, where she went a few days ago to have an operation performed. The remains arrived on the noon train and will be interred in the city cemetery this afternoon at 4:30. We ex- tend sympathy to the sorrowing family in their bereavement. Gold and silver Beltpins at Pittmans. Walter Steen came up from Groesbeck Friday to recuperate from a fall he got while working on a building. D A Murphy went up to Dallas Friday ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 October 1908

•*%*# -W'fcw}* I '-II •W'.- the edttc* n and wanted alderman because it, in tb(8 work. She Is ave made about the most i, campaign ever witnessed in If not in Tennessee. The town ■ seemed pleased with her clec- Dd even those who voted against re she will make a first-class § tie ft-ight Eyes Again. Not the Spirit Medium this time, but .• medium of far greater wonder, one that brings back the brightness and I visor to poor sere inflamed eyes w-lth a few external applications. Who | 80 Ignorant not to know of Dr. Mitchell's famous eye salve? Sold everywhere. Price 25 cents. Very Unkind. Stage Door Johnny—Now what do you think is the first necessary for a alee little supper? Experienced Show Girl—A nice big lobster. TO DUIVK OUT HAI.AKU AND IU II.D I I' TIIK SVSTEM ; Take the Old Btandnrd t.ltOVfc/S TASTKl.tCSS VBlLli TON it!. You know what you ar - lakin# Th® formula la plainly printM on every botrlo, abewing It is simply Quinmourul Iron In a tasteless form, and tlio iuohI effectual fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 October 1908

I- i f t oot the Robert- m* '"5; -v mm :*t£&gls>j HS Bsci _. ' and fair flret elkM ktmant to our* to Serve, Lewis Anderson. ■ I k * « r' 'v / Local arid Personal. Next Tuesday is elec- tion day. Jack Womack went up to Dal- las Wednesday afternoon to fee the fair, and Mrs. Womack and the children went to Corsicana to visit the old home. Mrs. J. H. Doyle and daughter, Miss Kathleen, of Granbury, are in the city visiting the family of W. E. Doyle. Mrs. N. P. Houx entertained the 42 club yesterday afternoon and s?rved refreshments con- sisting of salad, cream, and cake. Mrs. M. B. Kemp went up to Dallas Tuesday morning to visit and attend the big fair. Roger Anderson and wife, of Dallas, are in the city visiting the old home. Be sure to vote Tuesday. Judge D. M. Prendergast went up to Dallas last evening to pay a visit to his daughter, Mrs. J. R. Neece. B. F. Perdue is running the Banner shoe shop of the town and is always crowded with work. Master Adrian Kendrick is quite sick t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 October 1908

| r I w ,>■ h; I i Ticket. •totkm law is a com and It takes three i and a pair of politicans any part of the time it reads one and next time another way. the Irishman's flea. You you have him and you iven't Last week we published a little telling how to mark your ticket, and now comes along the law and changes our instructions entirely. We were counting on the provisions of the law as it used to stand when it was sup- posed to be a copy of the Aus- tralian ballot law. But in order that all'may un- derstand how to fix the .ticket so the judges will know for whom you wish to vote we give here thellaw as it at present stands on the books: "Sec. 53. When a voter de- sires to vote a ticket straight, he shall run a pencil or pen through all other tickets on the official ballot, making a distinct marked line through such ticket not in- tended to be voted, and when he shall desire to vote a mixed ticket, shall do so by running a line through the names of such candidates as he shall desir...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 October 1908

'?%■ * A' '• >--"-^f:,'>; * «5i 5= NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS h '$ <W" I s. j 1 *3 > J "4 i EXPERT. Heavy rains fell in Dallas Thurs- day, the totftl precipitation for the 24 hours ending at 6 p, m., being 2.1 Inches. The recent fire in the agricultural building lias led to what will be knqwn as fire drill by the corps of cadets at the A. & M. College of Texas. The Texas Synod or tlio Southern Presbyterian church convened in reg- ular sessioii in the First Presbyterian church on the Texas side of Texarkana Wednesday night. Gorge Wilson, a negro, aged sixty, at Paris, ended his life Saturday on account of financial troubles. He blew his brains out with a shotgun, tying the trigger to his toe. Six men are now dead as a result of a boiler explosion at Scale's gin six miles south of Mount Pleasant Mon- day. Tom Bratton and Will Brat- are dying. All are negroes. Mrs. Merritt, aged 00 years, and her widowed daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Young, aged 35, were burned perhaps fatally at the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 October 1908

ill |! 0 I w : }' f it mm w®vm •.. -M J-' ggg ili mm ANUFfleTURERS BEGINS FRIDAY, OCT. 30th, at o a. m. EIGHT DAYS ONLY MMHETI1ISIIC 5ELUINU PAT B. JONES- STOCK flexia, Texas LAS 15 EIGHT DAYS ONLY That's the reason why the Stock of Pat B. Jones, of Mexia, is now in the hands of the Manufacturers and Jobbers Syndicate This Company is acting under positive instructions to ctear out as much of this stock as possible during the next eight days. The Verdict is to sell regardless of cost or actual value. RESERVE NOTHING. Cut prices to half and less. $9500.00 is what we must raise in the next 8 days. Here's your chance. Pat B. Jones* loss is your gain. STORE IS NOW CLOSED GRAND Re-OPENING, FRI3AY, OCTOBER 30. AT 9 A. M. The opportunity of a lifetime, Is now before every man within 50 miles of Mexia to supply his needs for Fall and Winter. It is a positive shame to see this high-grade mer- chandise sold at the prices now asked. The greater portion of this stock consisting of Clothing, Foot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 November 1908

■ 'X-. '■ -;■•■• - . • ... 17^ ft AJ?T ONE—8 Pap* See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurateve, flexia, Texas. '?$•} i Th e M J / , , 1 exia Weekly E [era] ld. VOL. 9 1 --1— MEXIA. TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEM BER 5, 1908. NO 45 I I I'fi } I I i >. 1 i i A. J. Wagner CgL Company With a $50,000.00 stock of Merchandise, consisting of everything that men, women and _ children wear, bought far below the prices that our competitors pay and sold accordingly; con- ducting our business under the most economical system in the South, we are without question in a position to save you money on everything .you buy in our line. To confirm the above statement alj we ask is that you compare our prices and qualities with any you may wish, either in or out of Me*i&. We are and wijl always be here conducting6yr own business at all times—backing every price and statement that we make with a positive guarantee of perfect satisfaction or your money back. •• •• .. •• .. .. •*. .. , .. .. ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 November 1908

:*VW KXM WEEKLY HHAU) N. H.IOUX. Publisher ^ TEXAS It' better to occupy a thatched cot- til* than a marble mausoleum. : The man who isn't satisfied until he U married isn't always satisfied then. Hope has been described as a "life ' preserver with most of the cork out of it." Who's to Blame? Is Man or Woman More Responsible for Divorce? By REV. DR. SAMUEL W. DIKE, Cor. S#cr«tmry National Ua^M lor Protection ol the Fatally. The only thing wrong with money is that there isn't enough of it to go round. Few of us have shoulders that will not droop under the weight of imag- inary troubles. A craze for aeroplanes is developing. But that is a business which is liable ;; "to frequent drops. Iceland is eager for home rule. In other words, its people want to be their own icemen. Who was it that said the new fem- inine hat wasn't to be bigger and more umbrageous than ever? Every time Alfred Austin bursts into song a series of critical explosions oc- curs all over the world. The proper study of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 November 1908

"Mwi m Tti. EPITOME w A RESUME OP THE MOST IMPOR- • TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. * lr i l£s •• ' m.r^% 3SI4 NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. Authorities are bunting burglars who blew the safe at the store of Wlae & Son at Griffin Tuesday morn- ing, escaping with a largo amount of cash. Oscar Kondort, formerly of the First National Bank of Baton Rouge, charg- ed with the embezzlement of about $10,000 of the bank's funds, was Wed- nesday sentenced to five years In pris- on. Advices have been received In Dal- las to the effect that the Interstate Commerce Commission has postponed the date of the cattle rates between Texas and Northern points are to take effect. The Frank McCue murder case, transferred from Dallas to Fort Worth, on a change of venue, has been set for trial December 7. The clerk Is Is- suing subpoenas for about 150 wit- nesses. Charles A. Bridge formerly night editor of the World and also emplo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 November 1908

''ihi&k P ,.w ,fMO M second claas matter llarch at tk« post office at lfsxia, Tex, the act of congress of March 3, Bu to J cutri m; do si' er TO' Pi la bl he be h< hi Is cl si 11 S n li > tU|| 1 Pagefi&uO # a * «£ i'to&i ' *$40.00 i Ye* 1500.00 300.00 176.00 : ;f 'I. 122.00 7.60 18.00 24.00 4.60 7.50 14.00 LB88 THAN ONE QUARTER PAGE. 1 issue 20c per inch. 2 issues 35c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " "Each Issue Hello, Bill! right. You got there, all It was a lanslide all right, but the durn thing slid the wrong way. jopqkr th« qnirrlgatad |*pd« «• now Mffinning to Mmit init is th« face of their constant olaim* that failure would surely follow attempts at so-called "dry farm- ing," the crops from unirrigated faints-forth experimental and operative—have "made good" the claims of the "dry far- mars.'* Matters have quited down con- siderably in Groesbeck of late and it is now one of the quietest, most peaceable and law abiding towns to be found anywhere. The strictu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 November 1908

" ' ■; ** ■*■ -}-!bf ■-' •*|jj WwiPM: to ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. WJ *■ L ,* ■; f m :' I "l'«& It ( ( - t* "T 1 I have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loana on Real Estate ditect 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. Mrs. A. C. Odom and children have returned from a visit to relatives in Kosse. M. L. McDonald has returned from a visit in Mart. Gold and silver Beltpins at Pittmans. Rev. Roby F. Day, of Tehua- cana left Tuesday afternoon for Kansas City where he will be pastor of the Methodist Protect- ant church. Mrs. Martha Griggs is here to spend the winter with her daugh- ter, Mrs. W. L. Murphy. Brin your hides, wool and beeswax and get the highest cash price. —C. Felz. Read the ad of the New York Bargain House in this issue. They are making a big cut in graniteware and rugs ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 November 1908

8 .;:y I.:* 4 f i ah f* w< so el ar M at w R tt tt bi w m it V k a> a n d. e n P Is ti- ll b h i J. k. * irwii ii i-" ft mm mahout removing a thoan fflom £l£pha/v7q3 foot K •°&070 J copyfitcmt /9or /&y <//yo£t*hroop 1*4 vhoeawooo c/cihh/hq the: tiger b8/ng//1g a sag//v to camp : XiSEXJBFSICBJEH 'i£!A2aBBMLiBS£SiiUa c/?ojj/ng. a stream 'into the z/l/ngls j' L HEN a man goes hunting tigers from the back of an elephant, about one-third of the danger lies in the damage the tiger might do and the other two-thirds is contributed by the various things the elephant is li- able to do. In fact, if the danger froiirthe tiger were the only (thing to consider, tiger hunting would be a . ;j favorite diversion for so-' : clety hunt clubs where tea is served' at tlje end. lii a tiger hunt, anywhere from a Half dozen to 100 elephants are used. When an Indian prince goes forth on a royal hunt, there are even more ele- phants than that brought along. When a normal man issues forth, he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 November 1908

NEWS FROM OYER TEXAS ■ t= t %' Iff:'-: I I r r ► / Friday at Eastland, W. C. Cheshire while passing through a pasture, was attacked by a vicious bull, and before aid could reach him, he was killed. William Hatfield Is still being held by the San Jose authorities. Efforts to establish his Identity to the satis- faction of the California authorities are still In progress. Secretary Sterne of the Palestine Board of Trade Is sending out much literature on the subject of the Ander- son County tobacco lands and the pros- pects in this section. Fourteen birds of the Dallas Homing Pigeon Association made the flight 8unday from Baird, Texas. The first birds showed at their lofts in three hours and fifty minutes. Assistant Attorney General James D. Walthall in an opinion held Monday that postmasters, school trustees and health officers can not serve as elec- tion clerks or supervisors. A safe cracker broke into the Grape- vine postofllce early Friday morning and by feans of dynamite or nitrog...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 November 1908

I BR; SrfSi i . r Hiili g H : « ' '. ■ - • ' . v.. '•> ,>SV;: • \ ■HI, R • , y '■ ■ • ,v „ . • ■■ ,>;w<* ''''" ' ' *'. mm. &(*>«> •• • .■ •"«•':'v«:$«iSfei• •.? •• , •*: /' o To all Old Subscribers who will pay up buck dues and One Dollar More we will extend their time to January 1st, 1910, thus giving fourteen months for one dollar. In addition to this we will give oneJ years subscription to the American Farmer 1 ' a first class farm and home paper. This offer also holds good on new subscribers. ■ J_i , 7. " v : - ^ : ? Take advantage of this offer now while you have a little cotton money left*-* iv ; ? O Herald i *?• iS" * M .'.v. ® r ) © r ) c#) ®H®'(§> ® 11® ® <§) ® ® C*X vr* "Tf/rr*

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 November 1908

I 1 ' r The Mexia Weekly Herald. VOL. 9 MEXIA. TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEM BER 5, 1908. NO 45 Court House Notes. Alexia Enterprise. Pleas of guilty in county court. Claretico McMillan, teaming, fine $10. . . Bob Car|ollf "raining. line $10. Frank Jones, " " S10. Charlie Allen " " Sid. Henry Tyler, " " $10. Kobt Nichols, " " $10. Sam Atkisson, carrying- pistol, fine $100. MAKHIAGK UCHNSK. Paul Lee and Miss Ollie Ber- gan; J. E. Griftis and Miss Km- ma Phillips; Virgil Tibb and Miss Cam a Davis; Lee Winn and Miss Mary Clark; Elgin Gregory and Miss Inez Smitherman; Levi Drinkard and Miss Minnie Al- bright. births. H. G. Morris and wife, Mexia, Sept. 24, girl. Tom Adams and wife, Mexia, Oct. 9, girl. — Branch and wife. Mexia, Oct. 17, girl. Hans Henson and wife, Mexia, Oct. 23, girl. L. Ransom and wife, Mexia, Oct. 15, girl- Win. Anderson and wife Groesbeeck, Oct. 22, boy. A. R. Henderson and wile, Groesbeeck, Sept. 28, girl. T. W. Hudson and wife, Groesbeeck, Oct. 21, girl. L. B. Seale, Jr....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 November 1908

Saturday Nove Ladies' and Children's Cloaks Below Actual Cost. The very latest in Cuats, some thing swell, they come in black brown and castor. $25.00 Coats arc now - $17.85 22.50 c\u\ 20.00 Coats at 15:35 mm ■ ■ ■« &Mni A hi-' Mi si ,.i>rs, ever sizes and belOM actual cost. ) Child' . Bear Skin Coats in white and color $3. >0 at other -1 ores, sale price only * ! a; i Skirts! Skirts!! prices will move K-'-.'iy .->;virt must he closed out. I hest them fast. $12.50 Voile Skirts, with Taffeta Silk drop Skirt, sale price - $7.50 Skirts, circular and pleated, sale price - - $5.00 and $0.00 Skirts, sale price ... EXTRA SPECIAL—100 Ladies wool dress Skirts regular prices $2 to $4.50 all to close at $8,90 $5.05 98c Store Will Be Closed Friday Nov. Oth, to arrange and mark down stock. >inisi£. Shoes, hats, Men's and Lad, dry goods store building will be n the hands of the carpenters and brick im from U p to bottom. Con , o/ i v our entire stock positively must be closec Read...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 November 1908

I M am ' ■ -■* 'J if *sr\ w> i W- - W'£ ' m *&&i Dress Goods, Silks and Satins. Slaughtered in a marvelous way. Many Woolen Goods and .Silks at less than half. Don't fail to see this S 9 a 'C< Ji'iJi to actio* / >. f ' C i 'Si •N ex i 1<: Hi! tr I : 1 i :irni-:• ,r brick'- masons; it, will In built one • - v ' , <• arc! nodd. . and-. be closed out, and d<>.>•;:*! out quick. li cannot afford to be indifferent to this ^ id opportunity to save from one f$50,000.00 worth of high grade merchandise to beslaughtered right at the |king. We recognize our herculean task; we have counted the cost; we all. former cost; we have slashed prices in a reckless manner. This sale it any better than you would, but this stock must be sold and we are deter- lis sale will go down in history as the bargain event in the merchandising sale of such stupendous proportions and astounding1 bargains comes only lePPare thousands of bargains not listed here, Remember, every item in I...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 November 1908

BBS v F t J A ! I ■ IR I' ' . AURANT [ have bought out the Robert aoo Restaurant recent* at Kertee & Eubank s old stand and solicit a share of your pat- ronage, promising first class service and fair treatment to all alike. Yours to Serve, SEATTLE GREAT FAIR WILL BE "DRY." Novel Feature That Marks the Alaska- Youkon-Pacific Exposition as Ra- dically Different From Other Events of the Kind Lewis Anderson. REDUCED RATES Special Correspondence.! Seattle, Nov.. 3 1908.—The management of every great ex- position strive to have their fair constitution, and that theie ex- ercises should be continued. The complainants appealed to the 5th supreme branch court and the judgement was affirmed. The complainants then took the case to the supreme court of Texas and there the judgements of the district court and court of civil appeals were affirmed. (100 S. W., 995 and 109 S. W., 115.) Mr. Mimms is too good a On ROUND TRIP TICKETS Account CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS To Points in the Southeast Kansas Cit...

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