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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 April 1912

r™ N/ Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEW NOTES BOUulii AND EXTENDED. upiUi •■'h / I''ttrii CliaOfeci to muke loans on Kea'l Estate tiiiect to borrowers, inspec- tions made by me ami loan3 closed at Mexla without delay. Satisfactory raves with pre- payment privileges. vv. M. WHITE, Lawyer /Vlexia. Texas Local and Personal. — . $ WANTED. — Young men to learn the automobile business.— Send for catalogue.—Waco Auto- mobile Training School, 401-403 Elm St., Waco, Texas. J. I. Kiddle has returned from Fort Worth, when* lie lias been j attending the Texas Funeral Di- "'•'■I •r.i ai.nl Einhalniers Assoeut- I Lion and was elected to member- CALL FOR COUNTY a j> in ■ inti ion fit tins j 101M ,t in if. Mr. Jliddle also states , that lie bought all equipments ! !•• •■ 1 -d in conductin ' a general j undertaking l>usin• ss and as sooij j is they arrive and other arrange- i iii' nts can be made they will oj)-a an Undertaking business in connect1 on with their t'urnitur'e business...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 April 1912

kJ IMBMMHImw ERALD Published Ev«ry Thursday. P. Houk> Editor and Proprietor. •UMCRIPTION RATI*. Om Yt*r •tx Months 60 TkrM Mentha M. ..J JtUrtd m MCOsd-cliH matter March I, IMS, at the poatofflee at Maxla, tuai, under the act of Congress ol Mareh S. 1171. ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 is. 4 is. X jrr. t Pas* tia.OO 122.00 M^.OO 1600.00 j£ " 7.60 13.00 24.00 20.00 H4 •• 4.60 7.60 14.00 175.00 Less Then One uaQrter Pegs. I Issue—per Inch 20 cents. • Issuer—per inch 35 cents. i issues—per Inch 50 cents. The I. R. & R. 's have added anotherr R, which stands for -Re- lay. o That part of the Allen gang that has been captured are now on trial in Virginia. o Several people were killed in a cyclone that swept over Texas and Oklahoma Saturday night. Another skirmish between the Italians and Turks gives the war (?) a first page position again. —o- tii The late minus tended to add to e seriousness of the Mississippi )ods, and the end is not yet in —o- Gov. Harmon is now in Texas and our pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 April 1912

•i . " ' '• • javC's v- ' Summer nd summer—real old Texas summer—is here in earnest and to turn tt summer wearables. >thes—Its time to get busy. Making your selections will be easy >u will have no trouble in finding just the things you want. For at he light airy dress fabrics—all give the store an atmosphere of the is when you come in. \ eav CoTvVvwues ADeek y Dresses ? 8L 1 WI m Butterick Patterns Get Your Notions J?ret_ B see all ig a nejw dress or two for the hot days ielect itr-come in and we'll show you a estdrepsl .imaginable. Not only klues ale unusually strong. You'll see our dress goods section. I . r:J& Wash Fabrics we've too many kindr of Wash Fabrics to) try and describe them—we think they 'dv.i all pretty—come and take a look and sqe what vou think of them. FANCY TISSUES-Twenty five patterns almost any color you could want sells reg- ular at 25c on sal? commencing Saturday at! the vard 19c MERCERIZED VOILE—A very popular ctyth this season we have this quality ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 April 1912

'MtjUMmm . J I IE 11 I W'.'ADES STATE OF ARCH ENEMY Harmon Addresses Big Meet- ing at Omaha. NOT AFRAID OF RECORD Siiya Charges T.iat He Favored Spe- cial Interests Need No Refutation 8t Home—Explains Veto Policy nd Why He Let Cortaln Measures Be- come Lawi Without Signature—Ex- presses Opinion of Progressive League In Plain Language. Omaha, Neb. — Governor Judnon 11 u nion. In his speech at the au- ( ivirium before an audience that packed the building, took occasion to i. iite the charges made by William nnlngs Bryau that Ue is favored tid backed by Wall street interests in his candidacy for the Democratic 11 evidential nomination. lie also de- livered several hard blows aimed at the so-calied Democratic Progressive 1<2agu«, charging that the doorkeeper at, the opening meeting of the league is now doing timn iu the Ohio peni- tentiary for bribery In connection with the legislative scandals. Governor Harmon reviewed his woik as governor, explaining his at- titude on the veto ques...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 April 1912

jr A MAYOR SMITH'S PLATFORM At the culled meeting of tlio ciity council held last Monday Mayor Frank Smith offered the I'olLowimg pla t form or wuggeatHxns ami jwirt of same has alneadiy been inaugurated: Organize the Council and elect Mayor pro item. Appoint an auditing committee to audit the books of the city. Secretary , Treasurer, and Tax UoJilector and Assessor to make report to 1 lu* regular nictating of tlie council tlic first Monday in May. Make thfe report in full, showing all transactions the past year and tlve condition of,differ- ent funds now on harnl and pub- MEMORiALSEKVICES And Decoration of the Graves of Confederate Veterans to Take • Place at the City Cem- etery Sunday After- noon. April 28th, next Sunday, has been selected by the Sons and Daughters as the date on which we wish to do honor to the mem- ory of the dead who wore the gray, by olding memorial ser- vices at the cemetery and placing flowers on the graves of these de- parted heroes. To those who should be ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 April 1912

■l ■ it w. M ■ M1 wm PEOPLE M y Prolong Their Lives At an advanced age wast© la toom I lipid thau repair, The organs act more plovrly and lees effectually than In youth. The circulation 1" l'-ior, th*) Tilood thin and watery, the appeMut poor and digestion weak. We want to sav to ev or won lu this vicinity that Vi llclous cod livor and out oil) will prolong an appetite, aids dig( good blood. In this Vlnol retards waste weakness with strei life to the worn sy TF people in this vicinity only real- ized how Vinol Invigorates old people we would not be able to supply the demand. rp__ - Settle c? Vino! M tho un- derstanding that your money will be returned if it does not help you. MKXIA DRUG CO. AGRICULTURISTS PAY IRIBUTE10 GOV. HARMON , * i-...; 1 '* . • * >' r mmmammm l''ruin the Newark, 0. Advocate. THE CIVIC LEAGUE ENTERTAINMENT ageu P1 Vinol, our t «i tonic twll ife. It croat on and mak antral mann uid replac UOYi •imr llan stem. w B. VACCA WaUhriiaker, Jeweler and Graduate Opti-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 May 1912

M S>ee J. Sandlord Smith for HIRh, LIFE and TORNADO Insuratwc, rie*ia, iexa i > i &. vt. 11 I ' The Mexia Thirteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AIAY 2, 1912. $1.00 Per Year COURT HOUSE TEXAN KIDNAPPED: NOTICE FRUIT AND NEWS NOTES SOME ITEMS OF INTEBEST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. Groesbeck Journal. Marriage License. Richard Moore and Fronia Simpson. John H. "Wade and Janie G. McClellan. Powell Taylor and Lottie Cant- weB. J. Tucker and Carrie Bon- ner. ■? Ilee Henderson and Teria Sparks. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Massey of Delia April 13—a son. James La,veil of Delia, April 10 —a son. A. J. Kent of Bighill, April 32 —a daughter. • Ben Hoy of Prairie Hill, April . 6—a daughter. M. G. McDonald of Tehuacana, April 1(3—a daughter. /Calvin Cox of Horn Hill, Marcl 29—a son. John Raglamd of Hornhill, April 19—a daughter. Deatfc Report. Vera Katie Goodrich died at La Salle, April 4, of meningitis— 'age 4 years. Grady Medlock died at Cedar Island, April 9, of pneumonia- age 2 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 May 1912

ss! :>|5 THE HERALD Published Every Thursdaj N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Yean, •• •• •• •• si""- SLv " Three Months Watered as gocond-cUiss matter Mureh r . 1908, at the pontoffkf at Mexiu, Texan, under the act of Cou- Kress of March ;!, 1*7!'. ADVERTISING RATES. I 1'age 1 issue $12.00. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 9.0U. Va Page L issue -&y. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. '4 Page I issue ^ 4.50. lOach Subsequent issue, ..' 3.DO. Less' Than One Quarter Page. For first insertion—per inch ^0c. Each Subsequent issue—per inch " Headers per line—each issue be. Discounts on yearly contracts. I! 4 H'ri* Shepard in liits at Ul'i "II Vll Kosseveit carried Missouri and Toft is mad jus a wet hem. -o The content between Tat't and Roosevelt lias.readied the. ''you are another one' stage. Joe Bailey is now in Texas and will be heard from on the Tariff question at several1 points. — o— A Turkish mine destroyed a ship killing 140 paople. That Turkish war is getting to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 May 1912

t ■ '4%,\fyr ' ",v' >•>*/ '• '*,<' •. ,. . ...,,r,.„/(; $\ fljB SUPPLEMENT TO WEEKLY HERALD, MEXIA, TEXAS,THURSDAY, MAY 2. 1912. mmamm \ N GUILT PE :':K! G U I L T I S P E R S o N A L 11 Has Had an Active Career in Various Public Capacities. ludson Harmon was born at New- ton, Hamilton County, Ohio, Feb. 3, 1846. He wb8 the son oT u Uaptiat preacher, whose loyalty to the church 1b responsible for his given name, Jud- son. Ho began the practice of law after graduating from the Denison Uni- versity and the Cincinnati Uw School. At the age of 30 years he was elected Judge of the Common Pleas Court of Hamilton County, and two years later was elected a Judge of the Supreme Court of Cincinnati, but resigned in 3887 to become a law partner to Ex- Got. Iloadiey, and, with this firm, built up a practice that placed him at the head of his profession in the State. During his great career as a lawyer he never accepted employment from a corporation in a case against the people. In 1885 ...

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

1 UILT IS PERSONAL ' \ u ■ L T I S P E R S o N A L IMPORTANT! Don't Fail to Attend the Precinct Convention cit \ our Voting Box Saturday, May 4th. For Public Information. Section 139 of the Terrell Election Law reads as follows: "Precinct Conventions shall be held between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m., Saturday, May 4th. These Precinct Conventions shall elect delegates to the County Conventions, which shall be held on the first Tuesday in May, same being the 7th day of May. The qualified voters of each voting precinct shall assemble on the date named, presided over by the Precinct Chairman; if Precinct Chairman is not pres- ent, the members of the party there assembled shall elect a chairman; who shall be a qualified voter in said election precinct. The chairman of said convention shall possess all power and authority that is given to election judges under the provisions of this act. No person shall be permitted to vote or take part in the business of such conven...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 May 1912

SUPPLEMENT TO MEXIA WEEKLY HERALD, MEXIA, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1012. ' I / •N, A \ Chief Executive Makes Initial Address of His Campaign for Re- election as Governor of Texas, at Sherman, April 27.1912. My Fellow Citizen*: J wan tflutl to accept the Invitation of inenott to open my campaign for re-clec- xicin here in this tfreat county and in this < enter ol h«'IiooIh and refinement. (j ray - fon .{■UUI1, V 'H made up uf broad-minded. Intelligent and generous people. Hhe Iihh Xurnivhcd the State with many able and true public servants, and, in the past, as #he will in the future, hag had great In- fluence in shaping public policy in this State. I remember with pleasure and now acknowledge with gratitude the vote of endorsement Grayson county gave me when I wan first elected on the Kailroud Commission In 1902, to succeed the la- merited John H. Reagan, and again in 1J10 when you gave me a splendid plu- rality of over nine hundred votes for Governor of the State. Not <1 Bed o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 May 1912

m ;w X • and Is an Increase of $117 s12." ■ expenJltui ■ for tnu lumniori .v .tools i.t 1 bull' over lasi \ i-.u I'heMi un woiii« of i ho thing* aceoiT, ttlslied during )n> uiliiiiiiisuuu. il ( ii ..i,i at Ion run iiu-v in- triuhfuih called „ ,_ntg.CTirdly" treatment of our educational Itttei'uhUV Schools and Politics. hue b' i n a , iidhiuih cit'ort on my a.'.'.Wrt to avoid political Influence Upon the aftroma)] una educational institutions ot tlie State in selecting regents and boaru1 of trustee*. nun of good Judgment and ; business ability were appointed. i fol- lowed the policy or all my prcdcce:-..orB and selected friends to manage tliefc in- aUtutioim with a few exceptions. I hud been forvvanied that all Uin.ls of snares WOuUl be set to m t my administration Into annoying troubles and hurass me in eveiy way possible. A determined ef- fort was to 1 )c* maclc to destroy peace or rest for me in the administration of public affairs, and, as any other prudent man would have done...

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

* • •** ••« • jjjgpi Mu • I Br A I Company In buying and selling Merchandise \t is a well /known fact that QUANTITY and SPOT CASH are two important items. First the merchant who can handle the QUANTITY.get- the lowest possible price—Second the merchant who buys for CASH certainly can get a much lower price than the lon*4 time one. The combined Stores of CheeVes Bros, Co. have an outlet each year of over $500,000 (one half million) dollars worth of goods. We buy and sell strictly for cash ant! can save you money on your purchases. Your dollar has a stronger purchasing power here than elsewhere. Come in and see for yourself. j tyM f Dress Goods ! La lies Shoes The Linen Crash i A popular goods this season ■*-in white, cream and brown prices 25, 35 and 50c Brown Linen In both plain and stripes priced 15 to 35c White Linens Every thing from 25 to 75 cents—some extra good values yard wide ones at 25c L.inene Suitings A pretty novelty similar to the crash in light. colors at 15c Galatea C...

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

STOMAGHJfROUBLES Cured By Vinol—Here is Proof Seymour, Tnd.—"I was troubled with a chronic stomach trouble, and flvo ■weeks ago It got so bad 1 had to give •up work. I had tried various medi- cines without relief, and was finally induced to try Vinol. After taking the Unit bcttle I was greatly benefited. Am now on the third bottle and ready to reBume work. Am rapidly gaining In weight and strength." Edw. Nle- nsan. It is the curative medicinal ele- ments of the cods' livers, combined with the strengthening properties of tonic Iron contained in Vinol which makes It so successful in restoring ■perfect digestion and at the same time it builds up the tired, over- •worked and run-down system. Try a bottle of Vinol with the un- derstanding that your money will be returned If It does not help yoa. MZXLA DBUG CO. BANKING REFORM W H. VACCA Watchmaker, Jeweler and Graduate Opti- tician at MEXIA DRUG CO. STORE AIE Work Promptly Done And Guaranteed Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front rooms o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 May 1912

i>ccj. &an<it<. tU Mnftn tor HRL, LIFE and TORNADO Insuramvc, fle*la, I exua. i he Mexia Weekly Herald. == Thirteenth Year. |; MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1912. 3D $1.00 Per Year RECEPTION MUSICALE tmm h ?1SP ml k Pfj' By far the most brilliant so- cial function of the season wa« the reception musical© Tuesday evening at the Philo Club rooms when Mayor and Mrs. T. Frank Smith received' in celebration of the eleventh anniversary of their manriage . The spacious reception suite was a flowery scene of dftCzling beauty. At one end uf the hall a pyra- mid of palms and ferns reaching from floor to ceiling made a rich background for a shower of roses in tints of unparalleled beiauty. At the ilw-se of this green pyra- mid rested an immense basket of pink La Prance roses while on either side adown the full length of the rooms baskets overflowing with ferns or spilling a wealth of ro/*es, carnations or Lilies, resting on banks of green or Winging genttly aloft made one long vi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 May 1912

\ i r? ,r My M r Is . YOUNG FRIEND IF GEORGE WASHINGTON COULD RISE FROM HIS GRAVE Ami see our cities lighted as bright as day, hear the whirr of the electric car, talk over a tele- phone, send a message by wire- less to a ship far out at sea, ex- amine his own bones with an X- ray, view the snowy fields, sunny plains and canals of Mars thru a telescope, take a flight from ocean to ocoam in an air ship, get run over by am automobile going ninety miles an hour—but what's the use going back a hundred years? A work on chemistry ten years old is of no good except its1 _ 2LL. . XX . -i? A ~ix— . xL ^ .V a uiiaui'i vi tu'iiwtij , wic "iwu«> is true of physics, zoology, as- tronomy, and the other sciences; true of shorthand aind bookkeep- ing. business methods and near- ly everything else. As the steam ship has crowded out, the sail boat, the typewriter the goose quill pen and pokeber-, ry ink, so have the fatuous Byrne systems of business training, bool systems of business training^ boo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 May 1912

f • • ' " I BRIDAL MM "A- Mjjfrz mffcq MlW-'.'/J *• v'f Palestine Daily Visitor, April 20. : Mrs. Ceo. A, , Wright threw open their spacious and elegant inansioa yesterday evening, Ign- oring Mrs. Geo. A. SKright, Jr., the bride of tlie only adft'«|£*t}ie lionise. j'"1 : phis stately home i^Jti^ljugest in our city, ax«l' tbya. g«iuud| sur- ropajdlng aria wide ar^hS^![itiful wifth shrubbery. !•••, . The reception hall '■ a.^runid corridor, and the winding - stair leading to the upper apartments, almost rivals Kate' Chases' stairs in Washington that lead to no place. ' t The great fireplace is eodonial and on the mantle was a world of "blue bonnets," the state flow cr and gathered by Miss Maary Wright at Austin' and brought home by her for this occasion. The front parlor was a fitting annex to the grand hall. Here the receiving line proper began and it extended through the sec- ond parlor, through the dining room, through an alcove, back of the reception hall, and made a littile detou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 May 1912

rv • • vf "• ' •• , v fm- -111 "TT m' , THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $1.00. Six Months 50. Three Mouths ~f>. Entered as second-class matter March 5, 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con gres« of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent issue, .. 9.00. Ms Page 1 issue 7.50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. % Page 1 issue 4.50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 3.50. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first insertion—per inch 20c. Each Subsequent issue—per inch 13 cents. Readers per line—each issue 5c. Discounts on yearly contracts. WOMEN FIRST. of "Women First" in loading the lifeboats of the doomed stean: ship Titanic to save them from the frightful fate that overtook most of the men on bo#rd must grate harshly on the feelings and i outrage the principles of the suf- fragettes, who are demanding equal favor bind equal fate for the •sexes. How indignant they nuwt be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 May 1912

During this month of May we are going to give you the greatest values in Spring Goods ever offered at this season of the year. Throughout the store different lots of goods are on sale at very Attractive prices. Note the items on this page—they are all excellent values—plenty more too just as good, are here for your choosing. So if you haven't yet supplied ali your needs for the coming season this will indeed be an opportune time to make your purchases and at a substantial saving to you. 44c for 65c Silk Messaline This Messaline we are telling at 44c is a beautiful quality—you can't match it elsewhere at this price—has very fine sheen—sold K km* c. • regular at 65c—on sale the yard, EXTRA SPECIAL—Pekin stripe silk comes in the different com- binations of contrasting colors grounds and stripes-36 inches wide—sold regular at 45c on Kale the yard. —29c TUB SILK—This silk is very popular this season—it is used to make the new style shirt waists with soft collars-it is washable comes in a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 May 1912

I • * m\\ AETERNOON CLUB prigViality in cflncoptipn and perfewtifm iu detail, characterized the Reception tendered by Mrs. Je se MVLeuiion, Friday, April 26th, to Hie Friday Afternoon Club and 'other friends, about two hundred in number. Luxuriant foliage plants were generouj^y grouped or (listriibut- eti throughout the apantfnents, and tlitj floral decorations \v*Cre unusually beautiful. In the panLors, bowls and vases held) great clusters of gorgeous American Beauty roses, while in the apartment adjoining the hall, wild flowers common to the month of May, were used in great profusion. Especially note- worthy was the mantel banked entirely with our own State Flow er, the buffalo clover, and del- icate, graceful vines. But 'twas in the rooms set apart for serving that, the cli- max of artistic taste was reached Here a veritable riot of colors was in evidence heralding the ar- rival of May-time, the month of all the year moat beautiful. The tables were entirely concealed in the color...

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