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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 January 1913

3J ■ ' — IG NEW TO MY FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL I tmvtj sold my Ditemst wi the , tiriu of Buekner & Street to Mr. L)aila>. Texas, Jan, 2, IS I It. W. J. Wright, who with Mr. W. An innovation iu Texas rail-1 A. Buckuer will conbiniii' the bus- mail service has roeon'tly been! in<>.ss. at the present stand, under installed in Dafla^ by the M. K. i the firm name of Buekner & and T. Raiihvay. A special tele- j Wright. In retiring from busi.- pihoae information bureau has nt* s, 1 wish to thank iny nianyl been put in an<^ expert operators friends for the liberal patronage * -w.' ■' c' '• it wmmmm til J who take pride in their work wild cheerfully telil every ealller every- thing the prospective traveler may wish to know about trains. The fact that something like four hundred calls are registered and! disposed daily attests the popularity of the bureau at the start. Two of the best trained operators in the service of the SWttthiwesfcern Telephone Com- pany are ...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 January 1913

!#' ? w^y -'iff ■ i' 'i % & ■>' ■ iKMU AM /?£/!*- j^poe^c Ctraujre cox CS ! qsstfei* /■ V. / / * ! mdvss 7M6G«T ^omOER , -r^E R'"d 1 43P r : ij'S -PLANS TO RE-FOREST EAST TEXAS. 167^ BU5HELS PER A tsvr* / I An Investigation rriarf^ by the Wisconsin Legislature d Isolosed the fast that It required 982 to carry $18 to BB- ' Injured employe:—-Texas Welfare Cominisalor . — a— r' - ■ m • y, \ , Tiltther Supply Decreasing. Houston, Texas: Mi'. >Jno. II. Kirbv in his report to the Tr\a« Welfare Commission eetimatt* tlml the J'orcste of Texas will be ex- hausted in a period of fifteen years and rocoinmeuds tliat )>l«ns Iw con- Bidertil for ve-firresting Wa«t Texas The report is quoted below in part There wen> 81.0H4 mills in oper at.ion in the United States in 1010 producing 40,018,305J,0<K) feet ol lumber unci of thi? quantity 14,1 13,- 471,000 feet wa^ yellow pine. "There are 466 mills in Tenth. ifl ■kills operate exclusively upon hard- wood timber and 70 mills < jx ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 January 1913

-U.. '* It reasonable that the cure a cough is to build strength again? llvia Parhttin, of East Dap- s'. C., says: "l took Viuot for a cough which had lasted two and the cough not only diB&p- . but it built up my strength > reason Vinol is so efficacious in . I) cases Is because It contains in a Melons concentrated form all the ...erliclnal curative elements of cod liver oil, with tonic, blood-building Iron added Chronic coughs and colds yield to Vlnol because it builds up the weak- ened, run-down system. Ton can Ret your money back any time if Vinol does not do all ®ax. MEXIA DRUG CO i Are You A Prisoner of Rent .Afte you still paying toll to the Landlord? ' Don't you know,*that interest is always cheaper than rent and don't you think it is about time you were breaking These Shackles? We believe we can show you the way. * Our Superior Money Loan connections aids us in helping yot. R. J. Ellington, Mexia, Texas i best advantage. The harness was manufactured by Jackson Bros. C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 January 1913

Ym lv. • — in! == WERAip. Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1913. $1.00 Per Yew. TO f ?'i v y't f § Bg v^Y-v BSWr fflrPNW'i1 KTl BR' - YES, I DO. A REPLY TO "DO YOU?" Yes, I sometimes sit in silence, When the day has turned to night, And free my mind from its morbid prison, While gazing in thie emibers bright. Sit and ponder o'er my past life, Back to childhood's huippy days, When I knew no care nor sorrow, And ail the month® were merry Mays. V And my thoughts, they go a roaming, Back to days when 1 wais free, Da^vs that had no other mission Than to filll my heart with glee. And I gaive no thought to future', "Nor to what fate haid in store, "For I had no time to worry, "In those halcyon days of yore." Ail my thoughts were of the present, Free from sorrow, pain and care, Free from all of life's temptations; There was gladness everywhere. Now I see, in looking backward, Those were happy days for me, When I romped in childish gambol, Round my sainted mother's knee. Then the scene...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 January 1913

\ VI M' HI Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *1.00. Six Months 50. Three Months 25. men in the leg- islature have onganiaed to dereat Johnston for the short term as United! States senator. Better s et down to business, gentlem-el) and let petty bickering** alone. o - Auto trucks are to banish the Entered as secoaU^l^s maUer j ai,my mu]e.—Exchange. Jlarch 6. 1908, at the postoffice at | * -n, , llexia, Texas, under the act of Con- Not yiuch, Hud. I he all'o grea* of March 3, 1878. j /ih,may beat the army mule a ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent issue,... 9.00. ii Page 1 issue 7.60. Each Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. % Page 1 issue 4.50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 3.50. Less Than On# Quarter Page. For first insertion—per inch 20c. Each Subsequent issue—per inch IB cents. Readers per line—each issue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. THE JOURNAL AND THE ^ PRESIDENT "Wilson begins conferences in real earnest.—He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 January 1913

% E® P|i . jf f ' -r . V". Monty to loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTE£ 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. VV. M. WHITE, Lawyer Alexia. Texas Local and Personal. G. II, Stevens is preparing to install the natural • ga iu tho Commercial Hotel. Thus the product is finuiinig a market. Baird <( SlvinnVy) Robinson, « well known conductor on the ,T. & 1$. Vv died in Dallas Mon- day 61' heart failuire, and the re- 'iiianis passed through here on the f'f jilral Tiifsday for lleiup^tenil, liis old home, for I wiial. Charlie Sea graves, an old time Mexia hoy. accompanied flic n mains. Dr. Joe Stuart, who lost his li.fe in an auto accident in Hous- ton Sunday night, was a eonwii of Dr. W. S. Red of our city. ^ W. M. Welch and family of Memphis, Texas, are here visit- ing their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 January 1913

COME TO T l-V v,. 'i < ■*&*«: ■■:^'v',CT/ii. i$tey t«S ■ ■ ■■ fellltfllj rasy®! ft '1 t.' > •. ' ;.' '■ :\f ' . 'V • v' ," " •" ■« Sales "■ a •:•■' /''W ; BEGINS FRIDAY, MR ■ VPH R Prices are cut to rock bottom in this Sale. For this is the one BIG Sale of the year, when everything in are looking forward 1o this big sals, for they have learned from our former sales of this kind, that this is the one And this wiill be the biggest and best sale we have ever held. BECAUSE our stocks are larger than usual, and we mean to the back, upstairs and down—and'put such extraordinary low prices on the goods that they will move out in a hurry. Make out a sheet, and many other bargains too, that we did not have the room to list here. If low prices on seasonable goods means anything the store, big opportuj reduce them lis't of the tl to you, you| 10c Bleached Domestic 6%c Lonsdale and Fruit of The Loom brands included in this— 2000 yards are going as long as it lasts, the yard .. 6%? 15c ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 January 1913

exia, Texas SALE sWMmm BrcSi' £:SV.'Mf ■ 8i®£ IHfcSs-sss HBtfMuoH i.- - -•; / / j X7 J . Ij . •mr W «s X Sfr J CONTINUES 10 DAYS Oil I WSS^mW^w-. ' • : . - [.pool of thread to a suit of clothes—positively EVERYTHING goes at great reductions. Hundreds and hundreds of people supply their needs from the largest stock of Dry Goods in Central Texas, at pricefc that spell economy in every instance. at $10,000.00 in this big 10 day sale. So we have put the knife to prices. We have gone through our entire stock, from the front door to I'ou need now and will need later on, and then come in and get our Sale Prices. You will find everything just as we advertise it on this [o well to attend this Sale. Remember the opening date and COME. Big Sales Days ds on Sale Is--both the staples and the fancy ef- ol unity to supply your needs in dress is a splcu -36 "inches ilar. Jan- ice the'yJ . 39# 3—In prot 42 inches ics in this i at the p.' 59# colors in ml blue. January yard 3w '> In gray .'Hi inch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 January 1913

m r W V ^ ^ ■" "V, — \ / ' %L v NEEDED LEGISLATION Members of tlit Texas Legisla- ture are receiving ono eire\ilar letter which we hope they will not t' row asii|e, for it relates to the need of a laiw which Tex- as* should long ago have had on the state books. This circular letter its sent out by the Texas Optical Association, several mtomberB of whieli reainte in Austin. The letter states th# proposition so well that we shall simply offer those parts of it which are- pertinent ''In Texaw there is absolutely no regulation. of the scientific work of fitting gtlaisses to the eyes for the improvement of vis- ion, though twenty-seven other Enlightened States have passed daws regulating the practice of optometry. "Many of the ineopetentis from these twenty-seven States are flocking to Texas, where we have no lega'l regulation of edu- cational' tests of fitness for those engaged ixi this work. "The worst feature of this is that many of these men are of the ignorant, itinerant variety and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 January 1913

• •■ f 'ift 'V <?. ) z TH£ WOMANS FRIDAY CLUB Inaugurating the New Year, Die coxy home of the club presi- dent, Mrs. R. B. Hickman was a fitting scene for the progtres&ive club luncheon which was a fea- ture from, one to three. From four to six Mrs. Hickman kept open house to her friends, li^n-T oring the club. Throughout the entire*]!house, the color scheme of j«ed and' green was carried out in the dec- orat'imiiN. The same bright iyoloy-. ing was evidenced in the dWihty' isce'u serves!. The sit'tysm'ee haU contained a cozy work formed of lattice work of White, and gyecn, to which from several sides, fes- toons of red and green (Were (•en- tered. It was later the, .abiding ,3.Vl|tce for a short while of "Old •"'Li..*! rn:...., >I > was A ft 11 Father Time." Centering the luncheon room ni artistic bit of the decora to£J$ ft'rt was displayed. The table' was spread with a handsome clany lace art centre. The corners of the table were hidden by ww (Jjk of holly and mistleto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 January 1913

- * V. ■ O; DANGER FROM GRIPPE Lies in That Cough and Weak, | Worn-out Condition. Grippe, pleurisy, pneumonia, these are greatly to be feared ut thi* 'time of the year. To prevent grippe from being fol- lowed by either pleurisy or pneumo- nia, it 1b important to drive the last j traces of It out of the system quickly. Our advice is to take Vlnol, our delicious cod liver and Iron prepara- tion without oil, ami get your atrejigtli and vitality back Quickly. Mrs. A. A. Grab ill, of Strasburp, Va. says: "Grippe left me weak, run down and with a severe cough, from which I suffered four years. I tried different remedies, but nothing s lemed to do me any good until I took Vlnol, from which I received great bmeflt. M.v cough is almost entirely gone, and 1 am strong anu well ~ glad to recommend Vlnol to othert ■who suffer as I did." Try Vlnol with the certainty (hat If It does not benefit rou we will give back your money. MEXIA Diva CO. Are You A Prisoner of Rent Are you still paying toll to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 January 1913

mm "■ mm Fourteenth Year. KSfcft?.'!! li pi;;; S-f.i!:®.'.' V 'Wj/m •. ?rB"Rfei Kr, !V rawSBBW « y&WS lurU sinUJi for FIRt, LIFE and TORNADO insuraiwc, Hexia, iexa . spi s^s SMfflaB •IwwM gPfffyj ' ;b■ ■ .-.i'Wy;v?Fi. -y IwMl Mexia Weekly Herald. maPi? ■■-Kii MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, J AN. 23, 1912. $1.00 Per Year. BmOZ/it tyE|| T1AE W■>:■.•'; '■ ;■ fi NEWS NOTES j- , tv PUT ^oa\E TAONEy In OUR. BflNK Ifight 190V. 11 C.E. Zfmmerm 8 Co.—II* M. When the crops are it* a.iuS the profits of the farm can be counted in money the time to start a bank account is ripe, by doing so you may conduct yojr farm as everv good business is conducted. FIRST NATIONAL. BANK Capital $50,000. Surplus .310,00'.. Jos. Nussfc"*um('rc.^. •V.JI..'J\Jurr>hv Vice-Pros. ! avid Murphy. tXs.ner AN IRISH Columbia, S. C. Jan. 1 ( .—An- nouncement is made here that Sir Iloraoee Phinkett of Ireland, prominently known as the leader of Irish agricultural reform, has accepted an invitation to deliver an address a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 January 1913

.... . ,V. ft- • :rald Published Evory Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION One Year Six Months, .. .. Three Months, .. RATES. .. .. JL.OO. A Entered as second-class matter Jfirch 6, 1908, at the postofflce at Mexla, Texas, under the act of Con tress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 Issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. V6 Page 1 issue, 7.50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. % Page 1 Issue 4. 0. Each Subsequent issue, .. 3-30. Less Than One Quarter Pag a. For first Insertion—par inch 20c. Each Subsequent issue—per inch 16 cents. Readers per line—each issue 5c. He I .1 There will b$ no inaugural ball in Washington this year, as idtMVt Wilson requests that it be dispensed1 with. Good1 for Wilson o — Comptroller, Lane 'is going to be in the race for governor next year, bait jthe report iwi.s not yet caused a stampede to his stand- ard. o— Up am Wyoming ) the contosit- a.n Ik for the speakership tried to settle the matter with their fiats, and it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 January 1913

to FARMS i ■ "3 —- I" r , .' , .1' . :' V", ' *' ' •' VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES AND EXTENDED. BOUGHT have arranged for western capital whereby 1 am enabled to make loans Vi Keal Instate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates "with pre- payment privileges. gest'iv I and Bi 11 v ' W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Mrs. M. Herring is real sick at the home of her daughter, Mr . C. M. Alderman. A largo and appreciative audi- ence >aw the Matinee Girl# at the opufu house Friday niglit and witnessed a good show. It is a iniisiertj comedy and is above the I average of that class of shows. I Tlii re was nothing' rough or sitfr about it, aud Dan Russell House kept the audi- ence in a eontinual uproar of laughter with their funny work. Tha chorus is good, and all through it is a good show, the kind that gives satisfaction. T. .F. MeLendon was in from Kirk Friday night taking in the *bow. Highest price paid for H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 January 1913

illslH K ■: L J* m 1 :■ mamm ■ ■ fp*;V : .' V'; «H|L (,'k • f/ '■ i >?.#w4' . " " —— I MESSAGE TO WOMEfl ONE YEAR OLD Who are "Just Ready to Drop." When you are i'jusr ready to drop," ■when you feel so weak that, you can. hardly d niK yourself about-—and be- IIi vrfK;.'-,' ;> von have not Llrod-out ■when KOui -i an, 1 fr i-en1 ' > - : V- ' of Mr. 'TtXAS^SL OUR AUSTIN LETTER MORE THAN DOUBLED IN VALUE IN A DECADE Children Cry for Fletcher's Austin,Tex imuirv 14t I •i an. Wj D. C OJtlfr 1111 hree Demoeri , kjii. down at 1. weave the < it lu T I '81' Efard me't and | . vly childre i and [pieces around liero, voufd | vouli! soon be tilile to :>a; tfcsj Vlnol, our delicious cod liver aii.l Iron. remedy, had built thtra up and made them strong. It Is a wonderfully strengthening and invigorating body-builder, and we sell it under an ironclad guarantee of satisfaction. You get your money back it Vlnol does not help you. MZXIA DRUG CO. ifis '5 Vv'V- Are You A Prisoner of Rent ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 January 1913

/ / I \ m i 11 ) ? "" ' vww Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMtS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BODGHT AND EXTENDED. hav<? 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 ii! ilton Part< of' Dal la*, who taught school here back in the 70's, was* in the city today visiting his broth or, Howard. I. It* also met some of his old. time pu- J pil-s, among them Dr. R. B. .lack- son, ami «6me other olxl timers. Coil. Pork is looking well for a man of 80, and says he feels a s young as a niaai of 50. Geo. May of Plaimview is in, the eity visiting relatives anil old tiiine friend.s. v Local and Personal. Mrs. Weir and children vki'ed in. Corsicana Sunday. Mm. McCain of Hdswell, V M„ who has been visiting here for several day#, left Saturday morning for ltoekwall to visit hen daughter. Mi*. J. D. Itinia^...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 January 1913

* FIRE SATURDAY AFTtRNOON Schulz Schulzft Bitting - \ 466A&MC0L LEGE STUDENTS DISMISSED! HAD DEMANDED REINSTATE MENT OF 27 OTHERS PREVIOUSLY SUS- PENDED. runws out of ha71 Mr, vnv n U VUI VI Iiiibaiiu Freshmen Alleged to Have Been Punished for Refusal to I ro- vide Christmas Tree. Bryan, Tex., Feb. 1.—An order striking the naonca of 4t><> stu- dents from the rolls of the Agri- cultural and Mechanical College was entered on the faculty min- utes of the institution tonight. The 466 students are charged with insubordination as defined in t,he blue book. They strapped freshmen, it is charged, because the fresliies refused to give a Christmas tree to the upper class men. Tuesday twettty-two students were dismissed. Friday five more were dismissed. The stu- dents dismissed' were sophomores and juniors. A petition demand- ing the reinstatement of these was presented to the faculty. This* was signed by 466 students, who admitted they were guilty of hazing and who said if their ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 January 1913

• >- " ■ , a® ■ ' '■ ' % ' " ■ ?M " i I l Vfi | When J I Buying I | Baking " I Powder | § For this is the § f baking powder u S tbafrnakesthe • f baking better." ft ® It leavens the ® B food evenly ft ■ throughout; puffs a 5 it up to. airy light- ■ B ness, makes it de* ft ■ lightfully appetiz- a 2 ing and wholesome. " I" Remember, Calu- 1 met is moderate in ■ ■ price —highest in ft m quality. ^ I Ask your grocer for • Calumet. Don't take a • I substitute. ft • RECEIVED HIOHEST AWARD*. ■ World's Pura Food Exposition. • • thlCMo. It'irAla. I 8fIs exposition. ■ France. March, 1912. w i 1 'her defense seemed good *8tamp of Conscious Innocence" on Words of Woman Accused of Stealing Boots. A bright ppirit of earlipr (lays, Charley McKeand, an advocate ready 1 for any emergency, dropped into : court <oo late one day to read the [ depositions, and found himself faced i with the duty of defending a woman I for stealing a pair of hoots. Re hurst, into a moving harangue, and sakl ho woul...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 January 1913

I ———— —- -— . * — • —— BR0HCHIT1S SUFFERER OUR BIG CONTEST Takes Druggist's Advice With Splendid Result. If anyone should know tlie worth of a medicine, It is the retail druggist who Hells It over his counter every day in the week, and is In a i>ositlon to know what remedy gives the best satisfaction. Mrs. Frank II. Ullno, of West Sand Lake, N. Y., Bays: "l or a number of years I was a Rreit sufferer from bronchitis Lust July I had an attack which w;is more severe tliau any, and my friends thought I could not recover from it. Then I was advised hy niy druggist to try Vinol, which I did, with wonderful results. My cough has left me; 1 have gained In v.'qight and appetite, and I am as stro.15 as ever I was. I advise all who have bronchitis, chronic coughs, or w! o are run down to try Vinol." It is the combined action tf the medicinal curative elements of the cod's liver, without, the. greasy oil, aided by the blodd-making and strength-creating properties of tonic iron that makes V...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 January 1913

i t , ' ' «? !3cc J. Sandloid iMrtitli lor HRfc, LIFE and TORNADO insuraw^c, Hexia, iexa . -MM. The Mexia Weekly Herald. Fourteenth Year. / MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 30, *1913. $1.00 Per Year. I # 1 ' COURT HOUSt NEWS NOTES SOME .ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF mB&f- justice. From Uroe^ieok Journal. Marriage Licenses. Frank (JruaxvilJU: awl i la una Jack&Odl. B. L.- Shimaiuilt arn.1 Emma Dub- noy, Henry Cu«h arnd Lizie Jeffor- son. l&aae Demmimgs and Robert .(.•rant. Sylvester Dameer and Willie Romp. James Stubbs and Argota, Chat ha m. Geo. Henderson and Lyd'ia Ci«.y ton. C. R. Velverton and LilLa Dale Vickers. S. S. Hensley and Mary L, Cochrum. M. Burnett Rolens and Nora Brouaugh. '>;P Auiomob:Ie Register. Jan. 16, receipt No. 262 wan is- sued to Dr. W. R. RusseJt, Mart, Route 6. Jan. 18. receipt No. 263 issued to Jim Nichols, Victoria. J'a«L 20, receipt No. 264 was la-J. E. Griffis, Kirk, an. 20, receipt No, 365 was Issued to G. T. Pksrce, Kirk. suiffdi nffl™...

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