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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 November 1908

r^ ~ ■ • ■ m i - . . • ►*•■;>':)fKHti- •,, See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. mm VOL. 9 MEXIA. TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEM BER 12, 1908. >" I * '!■ AND The fact that we are having the greatest fall business we have ever had is not only encour- aging, but positive proof that we are selling goods cheaper than they can be bought elsewhere. The art of selling goods is not in the noise that we make, but in the prices and qualities that .Z * / - f we give. Last season we cleaned up entirely—no old goods were carried over that we paid a - rediculously high price for—but our store is filled with new clean merchandise that we have bought cheaper than we have ever bought them before. NO 46 We back every statement we make with a positive guarantee of perfect satisfaction or your money back. Everything sold strictly on its merits. Compare our prices and qualities, is all that we ask. If we don't save you money we don't ask you to...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 November 1908

a 1 a t ■ t f) 1 ( i I '*ini If fS3 ■'NfcS :.v .r'* tit MHALD ,■ M —= N. P.aOUX. Publisher TEXAS has forbidden the trailing because It acattera germ-laden East Indian banana hati begun |> to compete with the West Indian fruit la English markets. Mat everybody laments because the days are growing shorter, for mean- while the nights increase in length 1 fascination. I 1 • The human heart weighs from sight to twelve ounces and through it paaaes 22%. pounds of blood every jhlnute or ll,6S0,0l)0 pounds in one jrear. ■ It has come at last—the women's aero club is in Its genesis, and bridge Whist will have to join the rest of the busted excitements in the discard. One drawback about a balloon and an airship Is that when tliey get out of order the balloonist or aeronaut can- not get out and crawl underneath to see what the matter is. Though It's not absolutely certain, .to the best of knowledge and belief the barn dance of to-day Is modeled In its main features after the Indian , war dan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 November 1908

i&Mi * /a mrTir'-'himr SB K-v n A RESUME OF THE M08T IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE r> y A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domeetlc and Foreign. Following the successful maneuvers of the American Nayy, It has been said the British Government is plan- ning to send a fleet of warships around the world. "Tex" Scott was shot and killed at Warner, eighteen miles Bouth of Mus- kogee Saturday. Witnesses declare there waB not a word spoken, his slayer firing without warning. A boiler exploded late Saturday af- ternoon in the Wisconsin Central yarda at Duluth killing five men and seriously Injured three others. Two of the Injured are dying. The students of the Texas State Uni- versity are planning for a jollification at Austin on Nov. 25 and 26, when the 25th anniversary of the founding of that Institution will be celebrated. Ernest Dickson, right end of the Arkansas football team, who was in- jured In the Oklahoma game, died sho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 November 1908

§111- m/ m a m} $ i 0 ■ m */). #• i « W .,4 This Is a Chance of Ask Your Neighbor ^V-.? >1 if this Sale is on a Lifetime to Save Money The Square Opened with a rush and during the four days of its progress thousands of satisfied and pleased buyers have thronged our store from early morning till late at night. Sales have been far beyond our expectations, which prove to us that the public appreciate a square deal. Of the many thousands who have attended this sale, if there has been one who found less than they expected or was in anyway disappointed we have failed to hear about it. We find all and more than was claimed is the genera! expression—w hich is a fact for many of our biggest bargains were not advertised. REMEMBER—This sale is not just for a few days or a week but will go on uninteruptedly until stock is closed out, which is necessary in order to remodel our store bulding. Any time you come you will get the Alteration Sale, prices but the sooner you come the better selectio...

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

( H r V \ 0 VKNDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT ' AND EXTENDED. I have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled ' to make loana on Real Estate foect ' to bo^x>wers. 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. S. ft. McLellan, one of oar old wtbocrlbw, now living in Coolidge, called in to see us Tuesday arid pushed up his figures on tlie Herald book a year in advance. He was enroute to Groesbeck on court business and had to lay over here from 12.46 noon to 11.15 night, just eleven hours wait. But then Mexia is a nice place to wait. BobCapell is assisting in' the dry goods department at Nuss- baum's this week. New supply Pittmans. Kodak films at Mrs. H. O. Cravens has re- turned from a few weeks visit in Oklahoma City. D. H. Butler has bought the C. L. Watson place just west of town and sold his home place to W. E. Roberts. Both are now in their new homes. W....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 November 1908

If1$ t i% ]m X .-.J I 4 ltm. of Backache, Dlnlnaaa KWnay Disorder*. . R. C. Richmond, of Northwood, f'Mya: "For years I vaa a martyr to Kidney trouble, backache, dizzy spells, head- aches and a ter- rible bearing-down pain. I used one remedy after an- other without bene- fit. Finally I used a box of Doan's Kidney Pills and the backache ceased. Sncouraged, I kept on, and by the time I had used three boxes not a slgB of the trouble remained. My health Is perfect." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box, Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. F/.'vf Insulted. The big stray dog loomed up from behind an ash barrel. "Look here," he growled savagely, "1 have a bone to pick with you." The multi-millionaire's bull pup looked up with wounded dignity. "What!" he responded, in the dog language, "pick a bone? Why, I nevei ate anything but boneless chicken and ham in my life. On your way, yon tramp!" And leaping into hia master's $20,- 000 automobile he was whisked off tp the park. How's This? We offer ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 November 1908

■' ■ WSM i r ' NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS Saturday wag the closing day of the Kreat West Texas Fair at San Angelo, iwhea another large crowd was In at- tendance. Some one broke Into a Cotton Belt freight car Friday night at Green- ville, and stole forty-eight men's hats, valued at $180. Sunday afternoon at the city hall at Paris a camp of United Sons of Con- federates was organized with a mem- bership of sixty-three. Bera Kendig, a young man who has tieen in the employ of the Frisco rail- way at Celina, Collin county, died very suddenly Saturday night. The Henderson County Fair will be •held in Athens an Friday and Satur- day, Nov. C and 8. A fine exhibit of the products of Henderson County is promised. Both the Tyler and Llndale canning factories have been running regularly for several weeks canning sweet po- tatoes and are employing a large num- ber of hands. T. F. Alston, a Texas pioneer, who had been a citizen of the State for sixty-nine years and a resident of Dallas for nine years, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 November 1908

ES a 9 a if ! " 1 i I B i REDUCED RATES On tOUND TRIP TICKETS Account CHRISTMAS To Points in the Southeast Kansas City and St Louis Via ' H. & T. C. R. R, On sale December 19, 20 and 21, 1908 Return Limit January 17, 1909 ■v.- • New Winter Resort now open to the public fine hunting and fishing, best accommodations Franklin Hotel, Llano, T€xas, the great Texas health resort. For tickets and further information call on Agent's of the H. & T. C. R. R. ©r address T. J. Anderson, Gen. Pass. Agent Houston, Texas. v., :• '-'i's d? prices WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD is a very nourishing food; in.fact, an article of diet so nutritious in itself, would support life. On it you can feed with profit and with pleasure. Palatable and easv of digestion. g ft cents a package. For sale by all Grocers KILLthe cough and CURE the LUNC8 WITH Dr. King's f New Discovery PRICE FOR SOc A $1.00. I Ull \^OLDS Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GTTAKANTBED SATISFACTORY OB MOHI5Y REFUNDED. $...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 November 1908

KBarasv •' ' ,'^'r'*'-■{■ ' . .. $$0fc' '*$*■' 'i L«>4 Pages, See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant, flexia, Texas. sxy [gytrEfJB' ■■ ■ The Mexia Weekly Herald. m MM J i, V> r*1 t «. y t v0 m&iU VOL. 9 mexia. texas, thursday, novem ber 12, 1908. no 46 as- After The Railroads Once More. The Austin correspondent of the Houston Post reports, in an apparently inspired letter, that Governor Campbell intends 10 ask the legislature of Texas to reduce railroad passenger fares to two and one-half cents per mile. Evidently the governor does not share the conviction of the Texas railroad commissioner, who not long since decided, after taking evidence, that the rail- roads of this state could not af- ford to cut passenger rates. Minnesota, Michigan, Iowa, Massachusetts and some other .states are enjoying the two- ■cent rate. Governor Hughes vetoed a bill ordering a reduction to two cents in NewYork. He said the two-cent rate might be Just, but the legislature had n...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 November 1908

a v f t> EVERY THUK8DAY. >UX. Editor a Propmktos SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Year... $1-00 I M second class matter March 41««. at the post office at Mexia, Tex, Mte the act of congress of March S, 1879. I issue 1 Pagef 12.1*0 * % 2 issues 4'isMics I Yen $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 •' 7.50 13.00 24.00 300.00 " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 LESS THAN ONE QUARTER PAGE. 1 issue 20c per inch. 2 issues 35c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " "Each Issue ^————— A conference of cotton growers was held in Memphis and it was decided to market cotton slowly and force the price up to 10 cents. Snow fell in the Panhandle! country this week, while the sun J continues to shine in this part of the state. Great state where we can have winter and summer at the same time. Dr. R. M. Worsham, superin- tendent of the insane asylum at Austin, has tendered his resigna- tion to take effect January 1st. Dr. Worsham, has been superin- tendent of this asylum for eighteen years, and resigns to engage in private practice. Count...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 November 1908

Loan to VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT ■AND EXTENDED.! • W-ST <t f: ' SB I -rtv • ■n "* 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. Miss Hursey, from Jersey Rosco Cook went south today on the Central. Miss Hursey, from Jersey In the watch contest at the| auction sale last night Miss Inez Lewis won the gold watch. She received $8 for the article sold by her. Each of the other contest- ants got a box of candy. Miss Hursey, from Jersey Jack Atkisson has disguised himself by clipping off about a foot of his mustache. H. M. Munger had business in Groesbeck this afternoon. Miss Hursey, from Jersey Mrs. M. E. Baldwin left on the noon train for Houston to visit, and attend the carnival. Died. —Miss Eliza Vickers died early this morning at the home of her brother, ...

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

8 £ a, $ IE PINE ;dle trail Br VIRGINIA M. CORNELL (Copyright, by Shortstory Pub. Co.) "There it is again," said the man riding in front, "there at vour left, see?" His companion leaned to look at the spot indicated. "It hasn't missed n rod since we struck it back where the road comes up the moun- tain," lie said. "Stinson," turning to address the third man, who acted as guide to the other two, "you know all things, what's the meaning of this phenomenon?" The guide's eyes took in the ob- ject of interest—a broken twig of pine by the roadside—noting with a casual glance of comprehension the green spikes strewn at intervals behind and ahead of them. "Oh, that," said ho: "that's Pine Needle Jim's trail. He's come up the mountain at tin gap back yon der. Been in town givin' hisself up again, likely." "Giving himself up?" questioned the other. "To th' law, you know. You gen- tlemen never hear of l'ine Needle Jim in your travels?" "Oh, unfold your tale, Stinson," interposed the man who ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 November 1908

^ .™ _ See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurable, fiexia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald VOL. 9 MEXIA. TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEM BER 19, 1908. ■ / { A-, ■ .. - V • 'i SELLING EVENT NO 47 | [ / V•• - r-i -1 i Look For It Listen For It Sale Begins Saturday November 21st A detailed price list with full information as to the sale will be sent to your door. You know what a sale bv A. J. WAQNER & CO. means. And prices will be cut lower than ever. Wait for the greatest money saving event of the season—you positively will not be disappointed. Remember Sale Begins Saturday November Look For The 3ig Circular 2$ st. J. Wagner & Company !§ a COURT HOUSE NOTES. Groesbeck Journal. CRIMINAL DOCKET. Albert Wardlow, gaming fine $10. Jack Euge. gaming fine $10. Emmett Stewart, gaming fine $10. Jack Euge, assault fine $5. MARRIAGE LICENSE. John H. Butler and Miss Julia Jones. Wm. Furguson and Hannah Johnson. Ross Smith and Henrietta Bus- by. R. L. Nance and Jeannette Gardner. J. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 November 1908

m ' M at 4 V r v t t ■% HHALO Publisher T1SXAS doctor haa killed a burr ; a patient of bis, by the way. Bpokmaklng has its drawbacks tbls year, both the racetrack and the de luxe variety. jfe? - Wilbur Wright is getting prires and contract* and Orvtlle is getting well, vhlch ia as it ought to be. Even Russia is able to beat cholera Bow. Science is the stoutest foe death has ever encountered. The editor of a Chinese newspaper Is named Li Sum. Which would indi- cate that the paper Is a typical yellow jc urnal. If Explorer Peary has a motion pic- ture machine the public may be able some day to obtain a near view of the aurora borealls in action. New York business men complain that the supply of office-boy timber of the right sort is running short. This, too, calls for conservation. Navigation of Air _ „ Will Never £1 ff allure II f'°ve Successful By PROF. SIMON NEWCOMB. Enla.at Aatttca AilroHmt. GENERAL MEETING OP BAPTI8T8 IN PORT WORTH BROUGHT TO END. King Edward may well be thankful ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 November 1908

f ■ ■ *■ WEEK'S EPITOME 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 Farmers' Union Is going to build a large central warehouse In New Orleans. The Y. W. C. A. closed in Dallas, Sunday, what is considered the most successful conference ever held by that organization. The 3-year-old child of G. A. Waltrip, of Granbury, was seriously burned late Sunday afternoon and lived only an hour or so after being burned. Sixteen applicants Thursday took the examination before the State Em- balming board in Dallas for license to practice the art of embalming in the State of Texas. It is the consensus of opinion in Pekin that the emperor of China is very sick and though it is reported he is still sinking he has not accepted western medical attention. Despondent over ill health and lack of employment Louis Alexander, a young lady of San Antonio swallowed carbolic acid Friday af...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 November 1908

m v*v,*~T,TVtrie ATTENTION LADIES Our Great 39c Silk Special Do you need a rain coat? Here is your chance. Swell coats worth from $6,00 to $18.00, pick the lot at Silks in all shades, suited to ev- ery purpose, worth regular 50c to SI.00 per yard. All on one counter at HAS BEEN A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS piKf PM . * w e! a 9 a M M Sales have far exceeded our most sanguine expectations. Great heaps of merchandiss are rapidly melting away. If you would profit by this great money-saving event, don't longer delay a visit to our store. Thousands have come, saved money, and gone away a walking advertisement for this sale. Ask any one who has attended this sale what a dollar will do here. While assort= ments are not as good as they were, prices on many things are lower. As stock becomes broken and odds and ends and remnants accumulate, down go the prices, regardless of ail former cost. We must remodel our buikiing. Everything positively must go. Next spring we wiil have a store that Mexia will a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 November 1908

, . . ^4, ■ ey to VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. \o See 5\\ese Boo&s. ONLY THREE |3l MORE DAYS $ Of thi Greatest Dress Goods sale ever inaugurated iri Mexia, Lime- stone County. This is unquestionable the biggest money saving event ever inaugurated. Don't delay as it lasts only three more days. m mm* , • ' --*• ' I /* J have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to 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. IW. WHITE, Lawyer, j Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Brin your hides, wool and beeswax and get the highest ea.- ii price. —C. Felz. Miss Mabel White has returned to her home in Corsicana after a few days visit to Misses Corley. Mrs. Morgan is visiting friends in Kosse for a few days. Geo. Ausley has moved his family to the John Bowers i la >e which is now owned by Nick Messemer. Baking dishes at Pittman's. The many friends of Rev....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 November 1908

' mwWmBm ===== - ' •, • ' . - ' -J i.:'" ' ■ ■ . ■■■ "•>.1-? ;'v. K m ■v. at 81 B 8 ft I I I * 1 C r 1 t i c Edward Dunroy-Reed * 4^4 5 ' ' 'Si sss 5555 .t ■- Wi ^ elevate our chins, ex- pand our chests and don our "came over on the Mayflower" expression when some one mentions the origin of Thanksgiv- ing. Unhesitatingly we lay claim to the honor of having the "only original" Thanksgiving day on the globe. Then along comes a long-haired historian with his array of facts and our pride, receives a shock. There is hardly a country in the world which does not give thanks for one reason or another. Some have bet- ter reasons than others, but they all claim to have sufficient excuse for being grateful to set aside one day each year. Thanksgiving day was held long be- fore the timber for the Mayflower or the Anne was planted. It had its origin in antiquity when the Romans and Greeks held a fast day in October ■which they dedicated to the goddess of agriculture and followed the day of fa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 November 1908

HP iHfflRHII •rasv wwspPwSIS^' SPSSs I /' *•' $11 'Hi i The Lament of the Foolish Hen ] HE times are good—they are I vow. Such wealth of corn as wo have now I never saw; there comes Aunt Jane To toss us out our meal of grain. A few months back I was so thin, But now I have a double chin And feei as though I was tight laced When I put on my corset waist. it it it Aunt Jane comes out at early morn With her blue apron full of corn. And with a friendly, clucking sound She throws It on the frosty ground. The crops arc gathered In; the days Are soft with Indian summer haze, And Jack, the chore boy, feeds the stock While chips fly at the chopping block. it it -U The city may 'nave Its delights, Hut these delightful days and nights Upon the farm are full for me Of the serenest ecstasy. Since back there in September they Have added to our fare each day Until, to fullness thus inspired, There's nothing left to be desired. it it ir A word about Aunt Jane, that serves To pay the tribute she des...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 November 1908

wMm. I I m at si B 8 ti I t J J J i f t J « t I I r 1 c P' i i * t f | if REDUGEI RATES On ROUND TRIP TICKETS Account CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS To Points in]the Southeast Kansas City and St Louis H. & T. C. R. R. On sale December 19, 20Jand 21, 1908 Return^Limit January 17, 1909 New Winter Resort now open to the public fine hunting and fishing, best accommodations Franklin Hotel, Llano, Ttxas, the great Texas health resort. For tickets and"further information call on Agents of the H. & T. C. R. K. Or address T. J. Anderson, Gen. Pass. Agent Houston, (Texas. for! huge picture uncle sam. Thirty Thoasand Square Feet of Canvass Will Depict The Scenic Beauties of Alaska and the Great West. Special Correspondence. Seattle, Nov. 9, The Uuited States Government has made a contract with a New York "firm for the execution of an enormous cyclorama for the Alaska-Yukon- Pacific Expositon here next year. The contract calls for a huge picture on 30,000 square feet of canvas, representing mountai...

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