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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 September 1912

t 'J .. . i ! j* i*' ■ WOKS^J'-y )VMtl(M We are Ready — all the New Fall Goods have arrived, and US nt throughout the entire store is full to over- flowing with the New Things to wear for the Fall and Wintertime. We are READY this season, as never before to serve you, for we have brought on unusually large assortments, and our offerings are* exceedingly attractive. And we want you to come in and visit us while the assortments are complete—look as much as you want to—stay as long as you like—we'll show you lots of things to interest you, and it will be a pleasure for us to show you through our immense Fall Stocks.' The Above Picture is an Authentic Fashion Display of the New rall 1912 Models wwn jh" m M BEAUTIFUL NEW SILKS The Silks were never prettier than this season. Such hand- some weaves; such rich colorings—my, but they are good to look upon. You will be delighted with the new creations— we won't attempt to describe them here—we say come in and see them for yourself— then you w...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 September 1912

w ... % V t \ Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranKcil for we tern capital whereby 1 urn enabled co mttke loans on Keal Estute diiect to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loan a closed at Alexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. ** W. M. WHITE. Lawyer /Yiexia. Texas Local and Personal. Dr. .1. VV. David of Ours i can a jh in the city visitiujr relatives .and' friends. The Men Who Succeed as hoada of l a rge enterprise* a re. men of g re art energy, Suceec*, todiay, (I••maud's health. To ail is to- fall. It's utter f'ollv for a man to endliru a weak, run- down, half alive condition when MleelrJc Hitters will put liim right on his feet ill short order. " Koiir hottkiN did mo more real good Hum any other medicine [ ever took," writes ('bus. T>. Al- len, Sylva-nia. (la. "After years of suffering witii rheumatism, liver troubles, stomach disorders, and deranged kidneys, 1 am ftgafc thank* to Electric Hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 September 1912

THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. RATES. .. .. $1.00. BO. SUBSCRIPTION One Year Sii Months, Three Months Entered as second-class March 5. 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con- gress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. |jt 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. Page 1 issue 7.60. Each Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. 14 page 1 issue *.60. Each Subsequent issue, .. 3.50. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first insertion—per inch 30c. Each Subsequent issue—per inch 15 cents. Readers per line—each issue 5c. Discounts on yearly contracts. SOCIAL ECONOMIES. Col. John L. Clem, Q. M. de- partment U. S. A., is now the on- I ly officer in the army who saw service in the war between the states. During that unpleasant- ness the present votewQi was a mere boy and made a reputation .25. fior himself as the drummer boy matter of Chattanooga, tund there made i it possible for a eomruisision in nature. o Oil, don't y there is no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 September 1912

A V V j-, •V ft'. A V You Get a Dandy Good Suit Here H A 4- C% (\(* t "7 KH /-k*- i ft CA a suit too that is absolutely right in every particular—a suit that looks right when /\L I / ,Z)\J OF lO.OvF you buy it and will ALWAYS look right, for that is the only kind we sell—GOOD CLOTHES that stand the real test—The Real Service Test. These New Fall Suits we are showing are really wonderful values—come in and take a look at them. You'll find we are showing the greatest bunch of strictly up-to-the-minute clothing you have ever seen at $15.00, 17.50 and $18.50 We've plenty of different styles, so it will be easy for you to make a selection. Browns, Tans, Grays, Blues and Fancy Mixtures are here in the greatest assortment of good-looking clothes we have ever shown. And Remember When you pet ready for your New Suit, you will save from $2.50 to $5.00 on your purchase by getting it here, for we are giving unusually strong values in men's high-grade clothing this season. These Suits We are .-e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 September 1912

K E f\UR store is loaded to the brim with very best Merchandise that money can buy. Our one &im is to give you better goods at no more money than for inferior articles. Give Us a Chance at Your Fall Bili We H&ve Some Splendid Bargains For You. Below We Can Only Mention a Few Articles Ladies Shoes The Famous Julia Marlowe Brand 16 Button Boot Champagne—Buck- $5.00 " " " Tan Russet $3.50 " " " White Buck $3.50 41 White Canvass $3.50 " " " Gun Metal $3.00 Julia Marlowe's shoes, the strongcs line in the country at 2.50 and.., $2.00 Ladies Shoes, splendid values for 2.00, 1.75. t.50 and $1.25 * f Children's Shoes 16 Button Big Misses Boots in Tan. Blach and White for $3.00 Misses Boots in Tan, IjJlack and White for 2.50, 2.00, 1.50, t.25.. $1.00 * Children Shoes, good grades for 1.50, 1.25, 1.00, 75c and 65c Hose For Men Women and Children. (Signed Mi A «i « aix nomha*' Guaranty Against Hole or New Ladies Silk in Black. Tan and white 3 pairs for $3.00 indies Lisle in Black and Ta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 September 1912

I I r ,'." . 'r ; •- " { 1/ - S, (I CHEEVES BROTHERS S CO. OVR FALL ANNOUNCEMENT We are in better position this Season to please you in your Fall purchases than we have been for some time. We have bought heavily in all lines aud have the merchandise at the lowest: possible price for goods of known reputation—Don't fail to inspect our stocks this Fall. • • .V- f Mens Shoes At $5.00 1 \ WVhave the Patent or Tun Button in good nobby styles. At $4.00 Here is where we'can always plea.se you—We have at least 2* styles of Slioes to show you in !lle -+4.00 grade, all leathers, but- ton or laee. At $3.50 We have some goinl values in a Special tty Line, that cannot be equalled at thi.s price. They include the fltnn Metals and Tans in biiMoti> r Laee. Menz "Ease" We have thy strongest line of work Shoes made— every pair absolutely guaranteed to give s«tisfaetion. Prices from .$3.00 to $4.00 t l i • > o >r/;i y Mens i urnishi rs Ai 'tis siiir.s a! in $1.50. V-.'e have everything n I'.n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 26 September 1912

PALL or GLOOM IS CAST OVER THE CITY MRS. LUTHER THOMPSON DEAD. AS ALT t outlasts all other roofs on the roof" PRESBYTERY Wodumia v is pa Horiuou preached l>\ a lYesbvtemui minister. ui was. was preached by t in* Rev. Dr. Hmrv K. Wilson. in the fall ot' lN.'i.'l, likely October. Amoni I lie earlv cdkmii^ts, mil moi't rpriiinfljr low j tlmilL Olle i l 1111" t1! h OCian 11C adht iflts of tli- Uoiiiaiii Oatholii As statwi m per, tlu- first We can quote you u . price*—weather proof — guaranteed 15 year* call at once. Buckn Mexia, ' ellU'lvll, mosl ■'7 ■ 5 . i.'■ DEMOCRATIC • TEXT BOOK is Such was tlie message Lliat uui', versaLly saddened our city early yesterday mourning as the pain-1 fill news was rapidly flas 1ml by i Tin? ''High Cost of Living'' i* tlir keynote of the Demount t- ic textbook for 15)12, issuod to- day by tlw- Democrat* ie National1 Committee, Tlie fallacy of a Protective tariff its exposed in aj scries of articles prepared by ax-I Robert Erickson TINNER Ail Kinds &l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 October 1912

I I . : cc j. anilluid Mnitli for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insura*«e, f1e*la, 1 exas. \ The Mexia Weekly Herald. Thirteenth Tear. MJ2X1A. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. .'5, 1912.. $1.00 Per Year GONE 10 RES! YOAKUM HAS BUILT 1200 piLtS Of fig „ ROAD IN TEXAS ! Dedicated to the Memory of E. Herring, Our Dear Father Who Passed Away HIGH COST Of MARKET- ING fARM PRODUCTS NOTED TEXAN REACHES THE TOP RUNG IN RAIL- ROAD WORLD. COL. 15. P. YOAKUM. Col. B. F. Yoakum has built more miles of railroad in Texas than any other living lruin dur- ing the past ten years. Mr. Yoakum was born in Limestone County, Tex:i,s. Like nearly all big railroad inen he mastered his profession from the bottom up. He begun his rail- road experience as a laborer on a construction gang of the Inter- national & Great Northern be- 4-teen Jacksonville and Palestine and reaehed the top rung in railroad management in 1905 when hevwas elected chairman of the Kxe^utivtj'Committee of the Mruvl and .a d directed tKr affairs of 17...

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

•?W; ' v' $*■-' Jjmmw THE HARTER SES&0N8 i® 77%*// uokji rf34kW< /34x-* ;\:. / 4-275 J) Z/v JfiTjr&iBst&nse &apuM/'ft'&ji? "JC®scats 1*e<feicC: ® OUSC 'oocCLconcL-•*&■'< Faot of 0t//' J)\ J), yfctlatv/p, tJurVeyor, Cot rite ru, 33z/.t*e \ cTc<h,19/£ P«lS"ir Wo Hhw/lU 4*kty- 7% ft 9&k#i S-.A'i* <7f£3°/?nor i & 5oU$ © /OShJP Wh&L v '!•'. 't I.' to/*.#.-. TjB. . srss/ofts rAf^H /" Cof-ltvcrfvtrC /So Wets yVCfSre JuaneC AT KIRVEN THE Wf<E5 r~Af\M ■%ik / ~4oJ)c. Culiivifinl *~4*L " " M 3-! • * • // fl- H 3-I0O '• «f- 40 « ^ .« 697- jyorc. 9 2o** C aojte. HTaatm X.t>nat/ / *jou3m 0 H -* A " .■ /V<? • . „ Jfo * * F/'n*. £e*a* •"'« X Tim* * • SALE OF LAND IN FREESTONE COUNTY ON THE TRINITY & BRAZOS VALLEY RAILROAD, OCTOBER 15, 1912. TERMS OF SALE: 1-4 Cash. Balance 1, 2 and 3 years, at 8 per cent Annual Interest. JC/VK fnfstPin<9*1/1 n Annlw ts\ JOSlAH HEWITT, Kirven, Texas C. L. LAKE care of B. F. AVERY & SON PLOW CO. D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 October 1912

V ^ . V/ On Thursday Kveiling, Sqpt. J9th at 9.30 oclook at the resi- dence of the bride's father in West Mexia, Miss Agnes Hayter and Mr. Jesse Kdward McElroy ware united in the holy bowls of matrimony, Rev. E. P. Wil- liams odf the Methodist church, of ,. . . ■>*. > •... tieiatmg. . The hall and parlor was con- verted into a garden of Spring- tune loveliness, with its decora- tions of ivy and beautiful1 ferns and in the southern end of tile parlor wan a heavy Hirabankment of ferns, beset with cuttings of carnations' forming a background for the bridal party. A huge boll, entirely covered with white roses suspended from the ceiling marked the spot where the bride and; groom were to stand. Responding to the first strains of Mendelssohn's wedding anarch softly played by" Miss Vera Han- eoek pianisit and accompanied on the violin by Miss Loudlale Sian- mons ft' Coolidge, the brdial party slowly descended the stair- way and entered' the parlor. Miss Elsie Means with Mr. J. D. McC...

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

— = • — HI i IE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. 8UB8CRIPTION One Year Six Months Three Months, .. RATES. .. .. 11.00. 50. 26. Sintered as second-class matter March 6, 1908, at the post-office at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con- grew of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent issue. .. 9.00. % Page 1 issue 7.50. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. ^4 Page 1 issue, 4.50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 3.50. Less Than One Quarter Page. lArtlnn—Der inch 20c. Each Subsequent issue—per inch Id cents. Readers per line—each issue 5c. Discounts on yearly contracts. HOT, COLD AND LONGEVITY. Mexia News: Frost lias been reported in the north, "but the only frost in this section is found on the pipes in the ice factory, which is ranmntg overtime try- in(g to make enough ice to keep the natives from imelting. And the ice factories succeed in saving our gooid Texas peo- ple in the good old summer timie. It does get hot in Texas—hon- es...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 October 1912

A V A V A 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 on Real Estate direct to bbrrowets. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexip without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas RESOLUTIONS OF SYM- PATHY AND RESPECT Mr. Wm. MeComb and family motored over from Marlin and j spent Sunday with Mrs. MeComb. Roaco Cook has returned from a business visit to the Corpus country. Local and Personal. Mrs. Alice Mitchell and little John Bell have returned from a few days visit in Coolidge. Mrs. Jake Stuberauch has re- tired from a few months visit in St. Louis, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. H. A. Murphy, who will visit here for a while. Our young friend J. H. Park Jr. who graduated in Pharmacy last May at theTullane University, New Orleans, La., left today for .that fine old institution to take a four years course in medicine. Bring yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 October 1912

••' '•* '■ v.' . ■ ... I 1 * ! 3UNTY COURT JURORS. For First Week, Oct. 8th. Vernou Crawford. J. W. Cole. J iiu> Clay, Jr: Frank M. Anderson. O. II. Brannon. Cox W. Brown. James Cox. C. 'Ii. Adams. L. S. Durham. L. F. Reed. W. N. Delaaiey. G. T. Jordan. t HasnHto" Walter Alletn. J. T. Taite. T. L. Price. Second Week. A. «T. Rich. W. I. Waller. Jno. W. Yo-uoig. Johrn Gilbert. N. G. Heflin. Waiter TJietford. P. B. Jiom.es. Paul Norman. John. McElroy. R. B. Bass. F. E. Lamb. J. R. Qgri'llvie. W. R. MerreH. J. E. Roberts. J. E. Raseo. ' S. V. Phillips. Third Week. Wiley York. Jim Welch. Ch/as. Webb. J. W. Turner. J. E. Wells. E. Watson. Ed L. Thorp. Frank Viekers. J. R. Wilson. T. R. Williams. C. T. Wiley. J. P. Walling. J. T. Robinson, J. B. Kemp. H. c. Markluatm. L. A. MeOotliuim. [STRAYED OR STOLEN One mouse colored horse Mule about 15 hands high with dark legs and tail, no brand. He has some sears on upper parts of hips made by kicks of another. I will give $10.00 for informa- ti...

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

4 Iff $ 2 ■j v V J of / TEXAS! NEEDS * * GREAT MEN Xin. ABILITY ©Kern RM€LE ^JTHOMAS JEFFERSON wrote the Declaration of Independent tW and founded a grdtlt nation on the western hemisphere. Ben- jamin Franklin taught Wisdom, and he became the /foremost American philosopher. Civilization has always responded to the Inspiring touch of lofty natures and has givhn those who have led us up the mountain peaks of progress a prominent place on the pages of history. The hand of destiny is ever sifting the human race for a genius who.X'en inspire us with ideas that will travel like lieht and ahape the rising glory of our country. 1 Iff nan a ntou mu ft LINE mwkt THlNDtai SHALT imnEKSTANP RIGHTEOUSNESS AKO !«m SOOB AU raw a i.e. 'Stxk tlmt the Kt/ig <iom ami t(* righl eoviHeiH." THOMAS JEFFERSON ivKITING THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE Let those who would walk down the aisles of greatness first dig a channel into which men's thoughts will flow like a torrent; make a ke.v that will unlock ti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 October 1912

t mitlasU all other roofs on the roof ipt HOME WEDDING Perfect iu its every appointment Wo can quote you «urpri ingly low pricn — wenther proof — guaranteed 15 year*—call at once. Buckner & Street Mexia, Texas Robert Erickson TINNER All Kinds of Tin Work and Re- pairing. Guttering; Spouting, Rainproof Flues, Well Casing and Tanks. , Mexia, Texas. Houston upon their return their western tour. Paris, Tex., I, the undersign- ed, tako pleasure in stating that I have used Cheatham's Chill Tonic, and a few kloses broke a beautiful in eoneeption, and eoini-1 S( V(.r, case of OhilJs an<l fever plete in every detail was the un- on nie about six weeks ago, anil ion by church and state of Miss | |iave liaid none siiiwe. I Mattie Bcsb Loader and Mr. sider it, the beet medicine Alau Domglas Dunlop which oc- curred at the home of the bride s motlier, Mrs. II. R. Parker on «on- for the Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Phones—Office 143, Home Mexia, Texas ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 October 1912

' " See J. Sandlofd Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO fnsuratvfec, fle*la, Icxas, The Mexia Weekly Herald. Ittrteenth Year. MEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1912. $1.00 Per Year \ ! ^ \f a SIX PEOPLt killed in auto ACCIDENT OCCURS ON INTER URBAN GRADE CROSSING JUST WEST OF AR- LINGTON. FIVE LIVED AT PALMER S. B. Cornelius, His Wife, Her Sister and Three Children Are the Dead. Arlington, Texas., Oct. 6.—Six people were killed just west of here tonight at 8 oclock when a westbound Dallas-Fort Worth in- terurban ear hit an automobile on a grade crossing where there is a curve. All tho victims were occupants of the auto. The dead S. B. CORNELIUS, of Palmer Texas. ^ MRS. <X)RNELIUS. MISS RHODES of Teague, sis- ter of Mrs. Cornelius. THREE CORNELIUS OHIL- DREN, two girls and a boy. One a child of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius the others their niece and nephew. The car struck the auto broad- side and smashed the machine to pieces and all: the bodies of the auto's occupants, except that of Corne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 October 1912

HE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $1.00. Six Months 50. Three Months, 25. Entered as second-class matter March 6, 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con- gress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 Issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Issue. .. 9.00. V6 Page 1 issue 7.50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. ^4 Page 1 issue 4.50. Each Subsequent issue. .. 3.50. Less Than One Quarter Page. I per lao! Each Subsequent Issue—per inch 15 cents. Readers per line—each issue 5c. Discounts on yearly contracts. THE INEFFICIENTS. Denison Herald: Says the Cle- burne Review: "The other day we saw a man give a boy a dime to run to the postoffice and xuail some important letters. The man hurried away to catch his train and! the boy started for the post- office, a block away. He stopp- ed, however, and dropped them into a mail box on the street, and they consequently failed to gio away. Something wrong with that bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 October 1912

V A ,<4 y A * /fs 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 on Heal Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rate? with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas ' - -«j * *•/! Daccntiq| LOCrii tiiiu i vi oviiwai Billy Bonner of Dallas ia Id the city visiting the home folks. Several bales of cotton have recently disappeared from Sims gin at Cotton Gin. A negro was arrested here a few days ago having sold two of the bales. This is rather bold and coarse work for the negro. Bring your chickens and eggs to Brodnax & Jackson, old Kat- ten s<and, Mexia. Dr. W. S. Red is in Austin this week attending Synod. Miss Letyr Hong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Long, for- merly of thus city, will be niar- riedi in Forth Worth on Oct. 16, to Mr. A. P. King of Da I lias. Sick ueadache is caused by a disrdered...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 October 1912

SHH jp Certain-teed Rubber Roofing The roof that outlast* all other roof* on the roof " COTTON PAUCf AT WACO THE BIG CENTRAL TEXAS SHOW OPENS NOV. 2. 3rd annual Texas Cotton .. „iw «„w 11 uiuve opens ut Waco Nov. 2nd, We can quote you •urpnnngly low ! ^ ' prke« — weather proof—guaranteed and continues tor sixteen days. 15 ,l ODCe* | Efforts have been made to make D..r>l^n£.f JC- Cfi<aat the 1912 show the most credita- ^ggpjpj^gggireet t ble yet given Care has beeu iused to secure only those attrac- tions which would stand the test of public favor, which are in themselves meritorious, and which bear the sanation and ap- Mexia, Texas Robert Erickson TINNI5R All Kinds of Tin Work and Re- pairing. Guttering; Spouting, Rainproof Flues, %Well Casing and Tanks. Mexia, Texas. 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 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 October 1912

/ sy V The Mexia Weekly Herald. Thirteenth Year. MEXIA. TEXAS, THl'RSDAY, OCT. 17, 1!)12. $1.00 Per Year COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE Groeiabeck Journal. Marriage Lioense. J. L. Bartee to Minnie Sender- •«on! "4 .-V fc . •fno. L. Bartee to Beatrice Baker. Vt. M. Reynolds to Emma Jack- son. Arch Wood to Stella Adams. Lynn Miles to Mary Hargrovcs Chas. Brown to Mabel Brown. Automobile Register. Receipt No. 244 isssued to T. A. White, Mexia. Receipt No. 24!) issued to J. 11. Thomas, Kirk."' Receipt No. 24(i issued to Dr. R..F. White, Prairie Hill. Rej|ei pt No. 247 issued to T. H. Turner, Mart, R. F. D. No. 2. Born to'Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ainsworth, Farrar, Sept. 30—a daughter. Jno. W. Martin. Oroesbeek, Oct. 2—a daughter. Jno. Boiken, Groesbeelc, Oct. 5—-a daughter. P0WER "puBueirrl - ™ Wil! You Spend0NE E)0LLA™ wmmM WILL aw Probate Docket. On the 4th day of October Dr., R. F. White was appointed Tem-J po-Administrator of the estate of A. G, W...

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