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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 October 1912

JSjjp•v"'; ' - W i THE HERALD FINANCIAL REPORT Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. City of Mexia. FOR MONTH ENDING SEPT. 30. 1912. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Y6^r *100. Six Months 50. Three Months 25. GENERAL FUND: Dr balance last report ...,$2070.34 Cntered rs s9coucl-cl3.ss wattei _ aoo on March 5, 1908, at the poatoffice at j To sundry warrants 623.95 Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con-1 80.00 309.06 gress of March 3, 1S79. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent issue, .. 9.00. u. page 1 issue, .. 7.50. $2694.29 Each Subsequent issue, Page 1 issue, Ij 6.00. 4.50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 3.50. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first insertion—per inch 20c. Each Subsequent issue—per inch IB cents. j£ Readers per line—each issue 5c. Trim''"'*" cn vAarlv contracts. And now they are trying to make it appear that the gamblers were responsible for the murder of Rosenthal. \ — o At last justice will be done in the Burrell Oates ease and the negro ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 October 1912

\ / I , \ Texas Needs Great Men I v V Vf*1 •RCDM.Tf 1 #MiiERMSLE j? u oifX- 1L3* XIV. PRIDE Mark 1 Ki U i "M rAMAO hew x• «•, Imr tLES. Fort Insurance Co. i July 21. rami. Thy vilt In: done on earth hi vi, 10. fSfHE Pyramids of Egypt worn erected as a monument to the personal vanity of her ancient Kings, and those 'Sphinx of the Desert" have Stood for forty centuries as a warning to all nations against indulging the porsohal pride of their leadnrs. We have on our statute books many a " Sphinx of Progress," put there as a monument to the personal pride and monumental vanity of our leaders, and these fierce phantoms in the Industrial horizon can be seen clear across the continent standing liktf a spectre against the approach of civilization. ) W ANY OK US 71 overlooked £ % THE PYRAMIDS OP EGYPT Let those who. would. ring; the merr.v bolls of fame first add a few pebbles to the' mighty beach of 'wisdom ; chaAge a desert into a waring field of graift, add a few tn^es to the thoroughfare...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 October 1912

Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION One Year Six Months Three Month: BIGGEST TRUS1 EARTH ^ A Missouri editor says thr big* gcst trust on earth is the coun- try newspaper: ''It toru-sts every- body, gets cused for trusting, mis- trusted for ensuing, and if it Entered, as second-class matter March 6, 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con- gress of March 3, IS79. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent issue, .. 9.00. ]s Page 1 Issue 7.50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. Page 1 issue 4.5C Each Subsequent issue, .. 3.00 Less Than One Quarter Page. For first insertion—per inch 20d * I Each > cent Reade sue—per inch rs per line—each issue nts on yearly contracts 5c. OLD TIME NEWSPAPER MEN. Col. Frank t*. Holland, the vet- eran editor of Texas {farm and Ranch, is going to pull off a stunt for Texas newspaper men who have been identified with the publication of Texas newspa- pers since 1880. The affair will b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 October 1912

; Rat Delivers the Goods 9Cks deli of them every working day in the week now—fact is we are doing the biggest business in the history of this /er the K(,ods—'the r,£ht kind of goods—the kind the people want- -the kind that makes you come again and good* to show you this t:all—bigger and better assortments in every department. It will be no trouble to :>ne o1 the advantages of trading here—-you have such large varieties to pick from—whether its pins, calico, or a pair any ;hing else, you will always find us ready with a good assortment of the wanted articles. We want you to come Jxamne our goods-compare—you'll find that we are right in every particular and well equipped to care for your IL& . "■ . i Hzw 1Mo\3o ow S\vo^o r ;cL Suits tore Tfc find anything quite so show ng.t They are here in ily feti ling this season. are qiite the thing, but the and p mamas and the diago- nt tha just 11 find d vali B! it would be impossible come in and take a look them very interesting s this s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 October 1912

* _____ FARM LIFE COM- MISSION TO AS- SIST FARMERS /11'^^TJlH^I-jgSBi-l l lq wrmc ' J I / "Ke-pvAaVvoTv mearvs & Vol tcAvctv W\j\.Tvq mattresses axvA. V^Vovas. "^ovx cawvo\ see Viv&Ua Wvem utvWss \jou rVp \Vv&m apavl. 3\.tv4i must coxvlaVrv otv\\j Wve, Yvrvtsl satvVtaT^ s\\xftV^ *rz X? ^ pvirc, cVeaxv axvA. YA lo spaTvA. Wvfc Vorvq Vvovlts \\v6 tvvqw otv. *5\ve vc^M^aW-o^ weVv&'oe ^ov \\ox\es\. &e&V« u\$ \s WVi e\jev^ ^W.Vo\ axv& maA\vess voe se\V. 3VVV omv maUvesses ave YWie bwdva Y\x\foev ^ov s\>vuv$Vfve&s our Vovsos ave so^\ axvd sooWuw^ as a uaveoVve Come in and inspect them—the prices will please you. mmm__mmmmmwmmmmmmmmmtmmmmrn___—— Special prices this week All Cotton Art Tick ,..'...' $4.00 " Roll Edge : $5.00 ii ii «• " . " ... $6.50' r " " " Not tufted 'I'"!'IT!!".!'!..'. $7.50 Alamo Mattress —..... .. ........... $10.00 Siesta " —<•• •' . .... $12.50 Queen Louise Mattress ". > •'■••• $14.00 White Swan " y-.'j.. $17.50 John R. Corley...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 October 1912

' Wm? ■ t,., , * y s v<l / s Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled vo make loans on Keal 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. Geo. E. Petty is in Fart Worth th]i week on business with his flour mlil. Maggie Adamson and Matti Steele visited the state fair in Dallas Sunday. Those joyou# mythical land.s where romance goes hand-in-han< with intrigue, where plots and eounterplots threaten the mon- arch's life, where the gracious! \ sovereign converse® with the low- liest peasant, are broughlt baek again in 'UThe Goose Girl," which comes to the local theatre in the n<%r future. There is much entertainment in the re- sult, and while it itr eertfyta no such realm ever existed, there is satisfaction in witnessing the emotions and trials of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 October 1912

I . # : w i i -mxa!* \MM ROLL FOR ®"~ —i—- first month ionrad Butler. rieubt BLIC SCHOOLS. — Grade. H Wo can quote you turpriiingly lov prices — weather proof — guarante«d J 5 year*—call at once. Buekner & Street Mexia, Texas Robert E rick son TINNER All Kinds of Tin Work and Re- pairing. Gutltering; Spouting, Rainproof Flues, Well Casing and Tanks. Mexia, Texas. Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drugstore. • Phones—Office 143, Home lt>. Mexia, Texas Dr. H. C. Watson DENTIST Office upstairs in New Opera House building. Office phone 46;|Residence, 74 MEXIA. TEXAS Eventually- you will use "W to Kansas City and St. Louis bee £-o the train scwico ' i1- [.end- able and lh?ro . ,rj ro con- nect "Katy- — it ia 4 tt amusements Frederic Thompson's liijj pro- duction "Polly of the Circus" with pretty .Miss Klsie St. boon in the star part, which comes t" tile Citizens Opera House on next Friday night is a tried and trite drama of today and one that will live forev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 October 1912

I K v s/ /\ f N KaKfi* ^ . L !>ee J. SandlWd brrrith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexJa, X*~* rlERALD. Thirteenth MEX1A. TEXAS, TliriiSDAY^Ol T. 24, Tf 12. $1.00 Per Year C£ COURT nous NEWS NOTES SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF < JUSTICE . Groesheck Journa l. o Marriage License. Elbert Rhodes to Mattie Cox. Tomimie Trammel to Lei a Smith. n A i V>. Kinney. H. F. Craig? Bounds. Jas. Al. Rkdiards to Lucy May Strickland. Tom Hudson to Bernice Branch Kobt. Taylor to Cora Morgan. Frederick M. Sanders to Ruth 1_ •l HI I 1 iU^ l/UU i T., LV/ fJ tk j to Myrtle Viola KING LONG WEDDING RECOMMENDS - ■■■1 FIB Fort Worth, Tex., Oil. |fi.— I Urn Letyr Long of tliis city and Ahvyn PemrKing of Dallas were married at <>..'10 ocloek Church, Rev. John A. Rice, the pastor, of-j ficiating. The church was decorated for the occasion and a large number of friends and relatives of the con- tracting parties witnessed the ceremony. Miss Mildred'King of Dallas, sister of the g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 October 1912

/: THE HERALD Published Every Thursday N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. I mm Safe 5 ??■ SUBSCRIPTION On* Year Si* Months 'fhrw Months, >• RATES. .. .. $1.00. 50. . .... .26. An exchange ^h.vs : "After OAS. trying fop two years to decide 1 —— "What is lk'cr! the department lXcntnn Reeord-Chronwdo: We >t' agrriaMilltiro will pass the (flics- Wi, hi>t partiieuWinly lazy about tlie, house, but we eer- m 1iP Entered us aocond-chtM8 March 6, lt U8, at the postoffloe at Meiia. Texan, under tlie act of Con- powi of March 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent issue. .. # 00. M Page l issue. 7.60. Each Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. Page 1 lHSU« <•&<>• Bach Subsequent Issue, .. « -60. Less Than Ono Quarter Pan®. For first lnsertlou— per Inch 20c. Each Subsequent Issue—per Inch IB cents. Readers per line—each Issue 5c. Discounts on yearly contracts. tiou ou to uongrmw.'' Why re- fer it to eonwres? Those fellows arv no better infoimuxl on the sub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 October 1912

\ / — TEXAS NEEDS GREAT MEN ^SP«^iff5llTEACRfS!, i^KODM.Tn P^BERWAeLE^ li. •t-LE ;fflW.! !P Fort Worth Life Insurance Co, XXXIV. BEAUTY HE GREEKS loved beauty, but ugliness gav$ them a pain like a blow. They planted in human life a love for the beautiful which has lifted mankind into a brighter world and widened the horizon of human happiness, and the lives of their great men were models of human effort and examples of marvelous achievement which have encouraged and inspired the world. There is no nobler deed than to plant in the garden of civiliza- tion flowers that will blush and bloom and shed their fragrance to future generations. c ■*PK mm Hotting good ie«d THE GREEKS LOVED BEAUTY. Let those who would pluck roses of fame, plant seed thoughts that will blossom along life's highway and laden the atmosphere with progress; scatter prosperity germs in the life of state that will flourish and bring forth the fruits of industry and open up the gates of wonder on a world of opportuniti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 October 1912

jM-. '>V B? r i' i Joseph Nussbaum CompanV Headquarters for Reliable Dress Goods . 1 This Store is recognized as Dress Goods leader for Mexia; Strictly Reliable, and there is a trimming to match every piece. Special, showing this week of Reliable Dress Goods VMi >*M Copyrtthw) Kit byi Tk« H. Black Co. Wool Dress Goods 54 inch all wool serges—tan, navy, red and black at $1.25 36 inch all wool whipcords—tan, copenhegan, navy and red at 75c 42 inch Hairline serges in black only Qt .$1.25 and£j.50 42 inch French serges all wool—navy, red, brown and black 95 c 54 inch all wool suiting cloth—the correct fab- rics for coats and coat suits at $1.25-$ 1.50 36 inch French flanell waistings, just the cor- rect weight for ladies tailored wool waist at 65 and 75c An assortment of fancy wool goods priced up to $1.00 per yd, special at 39c Wool Dress Goods , 38 inch wool whipcords and wool corduroy in cream, white only. Nice—wright for skirts ,and dresses at > 75c Cream, white, arjd wool ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 October 1912

1010 +y MM )iS\yedaV jm'vcaxv WvtvU .... 5c irotBTv ^-^ Z £ S*\efcVw& $1.00 uVva^, VvjYv\. and. darV 10c $ ^ ^O3Il OUVUVQ \O be 5c i CVit^Vs \b ^4s \o cvxs- 5c ts> soVli and ^axvc^ \>a\- 10C \ "fi tatVvtd TiomesVvc 10c *i-\ W|l ab.Vv.e A. "DomtsVvc 75c 2.ca\\i IT \Cose ot SO*. A .wf-revv. 5uaraT\\ccd 50c paWen^s CTtp®k\ J9C it. \?.cj a\ 5C Joseph Nussbaum Company Ready-To-Wear Department Tailored Suits in Variety Great Lines—Never before have we had such attractive lines in Tailored,Suits, at popular prices. All the new materials are employed and the workmansdip is exceptional. Prices $15.00, $16.50, $25.00 Very Choke Coat Styles UpJi U.n.ifit wmu* f. , ••r.a Coat weather* is well upon ms, fand finds this house with a stock of the seasons choicest style? Outter garments for every occasion marked at the lowest prices m:? Street Coats, of Scotch Tweed Zebelenes two toned Diag- onals—3-4 iength and fuii "length at $9.00 to $18.00 < Very Handsome plush coats—we entroduce ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 October 1912

?;] I lrf t I I V Fifl Will You Spend ONE DOLLAR to Elect Wilson President? at this government ousrht to be in new hands, in How deep is your conviction clean hands ? How much are you in favor of a c the line to the very smallest offices in you The Democratic National Committc gressrve voter is willing to spend a dollar to elect Wilson and Marshall and their ticket. And that thousands are anxious to contribute to the Wilson Campaign Fund in amounts of $2, $5, $10 and $20. To such we make our appeal. To such we must look for victory. l and Marshall clear down n to believe that every pro- Time An Important Factor This is another case where time is money. The enemy have their funds — supplied instantly by the Interests. We have only a few days and contributions to be effec- tive must be received at once. There is no question of the money of the People being able to defeat the money of the Trusts. Because it is greater even in volume ami * ill l>c Sr. straightforward telling ways. Bu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 October 1912

NT / 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 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. M«!. L. Scharff was up from Qroesbeek night ttiptid- img the show at tho opera house. Saiu Qibbs of Chill ieothe is itj tlie city visiting relatives. Bring your chickens and eggs t* Brodnax & Jackson, old Kat- ten s1and, Mexia. Invitations have been received here to the wedding of Miss Frances Henrietta Wortham, daughter of Hon. and Mrs. John L. Wortham, to Mr. Guy Ferris Gehde, to take place at the St. Davids Episcopal church in Aus- tin on Saturday evening Nov. 2nd, at 9 oclock. A medium sized audience wit- nessed the presentation of the Rosiar^v at the opera house Mon- day night* The play in a good one and the company present,iing ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 October 1912

la I V. I it I **stR^R^t1 BUCK PATTI company mmocea™ nominkb iat outlasts all ; . other roofs on the roof " The Black I'utti Company iu Captain Jasper, which t'Oiuos to the Citifons Opera House next ! Saturday night for otto perforin- «i111m* is our of thtf largest; and N( It Tli cdkccti ^BERMeLE 5 GOD'S WHEAT FIELD. Matthew xiii, 24*30,.36-43—July 28. *Hiathcr pr, tontther fir*t the tare*, and htnu thciH iu bu miles to bunt thvin, f'nt tjotht'i the wheat into My yarncr. Verte St). We can quote you urpri ingly low price, — weather proof — - guaranteeJ 15 year*—call at once. \— Buckner & Street Mexia, Texas Robert Erickso'ri TINNER All Kinds of Tin Work and Re- pairing. Guttering; Spoutmsr,' Rainproof Flues, Well' Casing and Tanks. ' ' ' t . .Mexia, TCte.xfus.. le coin chorus colored performers ,ry and together with wive ii pleasing por- < c'or President WOODROW WILSON For Vice President o \ , ^ I THOMAS R. MARSHALL >k and music oi (•ap- i wii- For United States Senator the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 31 October 1912

Pi r ' See J. Sandtord Smith for FIRE, LUFE and TORNADO Insura***, flerfia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. . i Thirteenth Yenj*. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1912. $1.00 Per Year THE WILSON -5SS- Fl OPPOSES POLITICAL CONTROL OF UNIVERSITY m The following letter explains itAelf: Alexia, Texas, Oct. 30, 1912. Mrs. J, T. Oox, Groesbeck, Tex., Dear Mrs. Cox,—Referring to your recent letter requesting my aid in. securing contributions for tlie Wilson campaign fund, beg to advise that I laid the matter before our Friday Afternoon Club with the request thatf the Club take the matter in hand. It is gratifying to report; that the members responded with zeal and enthu&iasni and through 'their efforts I am enabled to send you enclosed the sum S.f #27.30/ We are \;ery much indebted in our campaign to our local paper, The Evening News, which did all our advertising for us free of charge* and placed the columns of the paper at our disposal. 1 am handing you cheek for the above named* sum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 31 October 1912

, ,n,?; We do not keep up very closc- U with tin' war in Southern Eur- w I 1 h- • mM', Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION One Year Six Months Three Months, .. RATES. .. .. $t b.OO. r ">0. Entered as second-class matter March 6, 1908, at the postofftce at Mexia. Texas, under the act of Con- gress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 Issue $12.00. Each Subseyuent Issue, Va Page 1 issue, .. Each Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. Vi Page 1 issue, 4.50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 3.50. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first insertion—par inch 20c. 15 cents. Readers per line—each issue 5c. Discounts on yearly contracts. optjj !>l from that Hi bulge.— Aud doing t Thosi I i Will) Ji Frank 11. w ha t I lit illCS rians 11 News. gather; opine' •rot the Tu ti An awning Ml in Houston while the circus parade was pass- ing and some fifty people were more or !hurt. --o- hk ■ }H; !, ,v A negro has be«n arretted in San. Antonio for marrying a white woman i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 31 October 1912

7# ''M S55HS iff HPS 4 IT PAYS TO TRADE At Karner (Si Phillips Hundreds and hundreds of people all over this county have learned through experience that it pays to trade here. Big assortments of the right kind of goods—the kind the people want, at the right prices together with our splendid service, have been the chief factors in the upbuilding of our constantly grow- ing business. And you not only get goods that stand the service test—goods that give you the satisfac- tion you expect and ought to get for your money—When we sell you anything whether it is a spool of thread, a yard of cloth, a pair of shoes, a suit of clothes, or anything else, you buy it wieh the positive as- surance that you will get your moneys worth EVERYTIME—we guarantee this. This Fall we have broughtJon[unusually large stocks and we are well prepared to care for your every want to your entire satisfac- tion. And it will he no trouble for you to make selections here for our assortments are larde and varied in e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 31 October 1912

•.fjT/.y gwn Epfi fc?fes >•& >■ ' r t. Kf'#'- ■V-'i V- ■H w* can qui* foa '™ price. - weatWor proof—#u«jiwa«4 15 yeatfa—call mt onto. Mexia, Texas Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Phones—Office 143, Home 16. Mexia, Texas \ Robert Erickso n TINNER All Kinds of Tin Work and Re- pairing, Guttering; Spouting, Rainproof Flues, Well Casing and Tanks. Mexia, Texas. -1 ^ — Dr. H. C. Watson DENTIST Office upstairs in New Opera House building. t Office phone 46;lResidence, 74 MEXIA, TEXAS ■ts*JLE£n-^r?:. Eventually- you will use MtiBMre to Kansas Citj7 and St. Louis bec&u the train service is gitepenti- able and there ace no on- necti :> be made—it's "Katy" ail-the-May. CATHOLIC ORDER SERVICES. Mass on every third Sunday of the month at 10 a. m. Sunday School on Saturday previous at 3 p. m. Confessions heard after Sun- day School and on morning be- fore Mass. j E. O. D. Hynee, Pastor. Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUG...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 November 1912

7'7 bee J. Sandlord Smith ior FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurai^e, fletfia, lexai. The Mexia Weekly Herald. am Thirteenth Year, ilEXlA. TEXAS, Tlll'KSDAY, NOV. 7, 1912 $1.00 Per Year President and Vice-President f-i>y/A ☆ ☆ i. •<: : ~§. • i . .•*■><> t - s w MMM Sii mm I ?**<> | tow®8M wmmmmmmm y'lMaagi ■ Mmfywn> , * ' ': f. psR? . a * PARCELS POST REGULATIONS Hitchcock Urges Postmasters to Give Utmost Publicity to Requiremsnts of New Law. \ Washington, Oct. 28.—Post- master General Hitchcock, in a circular to the post masters ot! l he- country today, urges that the of each postmaster in time to he- gin tile parcels post service by -la u. 1. NOTICE SUB- SCRIBERS GRAVf CLOSES ON "CHILD." TIRING OF MISSPENT LITE Eyes Sunken With Pain j Three years agC I hail a very Iliad spell of neuralgia which caused my eyes to become sunk- en and bloodshot with pain. Hunt's Lightning Oil was recom- mended and after using, the pain left and has not returned; says A. M. Cofey, ;t...

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