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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 January 1913

j' JRl K i v. ® y •••■• 'ri MWMMIXMMiAtt* ! ' ' '<,£M. n WW** .' - T' i rTirrr ^ -+—lr- H ?'ir '<r l MEMORY'S MOTION PICTURES. Through the transparent lens cut memory, We awe permitted'oft to see A motion picture of our jp&st lif^t . .fust as plain as it caij.-bQ. Our care-worn face relaxes'1 it# tension. And our brow clears for a 'time, As the scenes of happy .tdiildtood •' ''II Start to rushing t'liVijuifli ,tfhe mind. Our childish employirtehis atiVf^aSptrfttions, And our mifcji ievojje praii&j^Uld plays, Are brought forth with amping clearness ill tt tuOUaauiu , v,.-. > > iAt Then the time and Sd^O1© iA'fthift^dy' ■ i And there appear /VIr*f xipw .. Of all the pleasures of our boyhood, And our jolly dnytf'"'-tfco.;::. .. ■■■.;• rr>Kvvb"... • ■; We would like to pqu#e-here longer,., • ... And again these scenes review, For these by-gone,' youthful scliooldays Were the happiest, that we knew. But now there appears upou-t.be curtain, Like an isthmus b#t#e«Sn ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 January 1913

' ?. I V \ 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 direft to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me anil loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. .... VV. G. Hansen of Fort \Vouth haws been appointed Secretary of the Commercial CIub of Mexiu. lie was form arty affiliiaiteid with the Texws Coiiuiniviial ^wtBrkd Association. He will take active change February 1st. Mi-. Jack Guynus of Calvmit v hated reilativew hew Hutnday. .M/i«s Ida Ad«ir. teaehcr in tilie public school, we tut down to Rig Hill to upend Sunday at home. For Sale, Jersey Milch cows, W. M. WHITE, Lawyer j with young calves. See D. C. Mexia. Texas ! Wylh« at Knox & Reeling's Itarn. | a n t Fred S. Karner wunt south on DIED.—Mi*. fru'l Kirkscy died in Kweettwaiter a few days ugo, and thie retua in« wcire brouxlvt to Paint Satafrkto for burial, which took place...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 January 1913

'"WTST* r V $!i :.*i* " Jj' •■ ■•■*— -■ r*ijwtv * ■ pHW ■ : 3'T" ' 'v~Ti!r"3T •- " THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. subscription One Year Six Months Three Mouths, .. RATES. .. .. $1.00. 50. 25. Entered an second-class matter Jlwcii 5, 1908. at the poatofftce at Mexia, Texas, under the act of. Con- gress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page X issue .. .. $12.00. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. i* Page 1 Issue 7.50. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. hi, Page 1 issue, 4.50. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 8.50. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first Insertion—per inch 20c. Bach Subsequent. Sr per JjSSH! 15 cents. Readers per line—e ach issue 5c Discounts on yearly contracts. One Houston man killed an- other with his tfisit. Wliat'a the matter witih tine olid reliable awto- nuajtie.Y Can't they <k> lileistiruc- tiovi enough without resontiwig to natures vfeapoius? o- Next to being a iuir.se in a Dan- a/tie asylum, that of beimg a bar- keeper in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 January 1913

'■lit omes The Bi SITE GOODS wm$ J '■ -d and welcome annual period to most economically purchase white goods of all kinds. This will be a great This is a veritable carnival of peerless white beauty—miles and miles of snowy white Laces and Embroid- luslins. Come and supply your needs for the coming season in this sale—you'll find what you want here in ft you. )itns Friday; 31st—Continues thru Saturday 8th. 65c FOR REGULAR 90c LINENS "his is a very fine quality of white linen an J guaranteed every lad pure linen-36 inch width. Sells regular at 90c-goes in this fee Sale at 65c the yard. RThese 36 inch Linens go Like This: UNDERMUSLINS ON SALE liar 35c grade goes in this white sale at • 27 1 -2c liar 40c grade goes in this white sale at 32 1 2c ilar 45c grade goes in this white sale at 37 1 -2c liar 50c grade goes, in this white sale at 42 1 2c liar 65c grade goes in this white sale at 49c jular 90c grade goes in this white sale at 65C TABLE LINENS ON SALE ■ These table linens are all f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 January 1913

Ev:,' B^iS I mm MSBMBBSMMMM lr> k s I \t%u / AT yEST TIAC JJOttEi T^ONEy IN OUR Bank \ .• . CM>li«l>t 1W-. bf C. E. Co.—Mfc W— * When the crops are in and the profits of the farm can be counted in money the time tofstart a bank account is ripe, by doing so you may conduct yojr ;farm as everv <ood business is conducted. FIRST NATIONAL BANK I Capital $50,000. Surplus $10,00- J oh* jiue8biumPcci. W.Jl.. J Murphy Vice-Pres. David Morphy, Casnier — COMMERCIAL CLUB NOTES A Commercial Club is the foun- dation around which many a city i has' bee® built. A Good publicity ouiflet is nec- essary to the progress of any coon m unity—support yoiu- focal pa- and thereby increase its ef- iiit&tey.'' -H goodly portion of the «nor- tas hsarvos; in Lfliinesitone Coiin- this yeuir should be'usedl in j to vn development—join the Com- mercial Chib. improved highway is the to health, wealth and-litipr aarr -o— Commercial Ka.i&urest Like Mat- rimonial Failures Arc I*argely Due To Non-Su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 January 1913

, WHY IS THIS? Sfiii ► <a 9*3^- Vt^* <&. -fl 4 M$7 . *: ♦- *i •■ •. :'■!' N-fv Bargain Clubbing Rati ;ra? While Texas hat the largest permanent fund for education, yet he MrtuaJly spend* lea* pep itudtM ttiM ■ tlcally all the other state* of the Unior... 1 ?ls? at or Texas Welfare Commission. ! • - -I—r • «■ RAILROADS WILLING TO MAKE !SBEI)EI> IM Rawing «rf Bate Net Necwuanr Hays i^rett—Welfare Cem- mlsaion lnv«4i|il« V., .. 8ubjeot4-..; ttettor roadbed*. heavier fciisef ^ wtnif irifttinws double tl'^jeU": fail' in$ «nd improving o^rj, Amm better terminal facilities.^* pots, etc jflhe ruilroftds in some instances Bland Twidv |< give the needed relief and the fx'ople would rejoice in wcunn# COMMISSION SUGGESTS WORK- MAN'S COMPENSATION ACT.) l^seat Method Warftelul Elimi<U tlM of Mlddlenie* Suggested 1 A* Boluttoa. . • HouiiidD, Texafc—A ■ '"worMnmin i oBipenaatioti act along the line* sug- RIGHT TO ISSt'E REFUNDM' ■ BONDS. ' ' Freight Rates Not Affected by Refundin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 January 1913

'■ H. ' • ■■■I Relieved by Vinol. and oven lite Itself de- upon the nourishment and r assimilation o£ food, and unit tion is good, the whole body sut- lers. Mrs. L. D. Cook, Vlneland, N. J., aays: "1 was sick five years with In- digestion. My stomach seeiued to have a heavy load In It, and at other times It seemed to be tlod In knots. Nobody knows how I sufrered.jP "I tried a great many doctors and a great many kinds of medicine, but utubing did any good until i took Vinol. It has h<ilp< l nie womli .'ully. I am Improving fa it, feel betti r and am getting my flesh hack again. Vinol has done me a world of good." We know the great power of Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron tonic without oil, In curing chronic stomach trouble and building up all weakened, run-down persons, and !<• wn nmrtuitM to return your money If It does not help you. MEXIA DRUG CO DY OFFERS ELECTION BILL KERRVILLE MAN ALSO AU- T HOR OF MEASURE PRO - VIDING FOR EAR LY CLOSING. •:r " ' ™ m;™ , ll- . '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 February 1913

v] iff. Li [Y See J. Sandluni Imiltl for FIRt, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, fle*ia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. Fourteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1913. $1.00 Per Year. mmr March Dates will Appear Later Cross Eyes Straightened FREE FOR THE POOR GORDON ADAMS M.D. Specialist of 2(1 Yearn Experi ' "ec in t mi ting Eye. Ear. Nov. Throat Disuse*, Deformities, Cancers, Facial Blemishes, Birth Marks, etc. Main Office, Waco, Texas. 80!) Austin Ave. Branch Office at Mexia, Commercial Hotel "Dr. Ad anna will straighten any case of Cross Eyes in a. few mitiut. s time, no pain no chloroform. Ho has straightened more limn one thousand in Texas. COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE From Groesbeek Journal. Marriage License. •iarrett Sanders aiw.1 N'ui«« "ill. Charlie Williams and Littie .Johnson. Rosco Suttle and Mamie Bates. Jim Veklell and Minerva John- son. Dink Fife and Mabel Herring. Jno. J. Curin and Myrth Xw ! ton. V, Jeffrey and I'earl Me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 February 1913

i!: \ v m-' Sgfrv' jm fifty; Jpj^ H£$. Kylifo K', .. . •' -■ - MKMHHMMMMMMNu &®s § I GRAND I POPULARITY CONTEST | & ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ ^ Sh i Automobile - 1st Capital Prize I $500.00 Piano - 2nd Capital Prize 2|Diamond Rings - Displayed by W. D. Pittman, Jeweler 2 Gold Watches and Other Prizes | Ladies I Married | or Single I Eligible For most popular lady in ter- ritory covered by the Weekly Herald and Evening News, valu- able prizes will be given the win- ners Free. Votes secured througl subscriptions to the 'Weekly Her- ald and Evening News. , Nominate a Friend. JS. "v'V"*- THE PRIZES. 1 Studebaker Automobile. J $«00.00 Piano. 2 Diamond Rings 2 Uold Watches. Ami other prizes. One Diamond Ring and one Watch wiId be given to contest- ants having highest number of votes in Mexia and not winning' capital' prizes. The other ring and vvatc.h to contestants resid- ing outside of Mexia and not win ning either of the capital priz'es. This Studebaker 25, 5-passenger 1913 fully equip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 February 1913

MMMMfiMNHW i Mil IIMIMMMMMMWITI—H' f; ' ' l^ivT l&:|%(';& jj# i , >r JiM^iiEii, IN THE r„"l/; Cie.U "T\ >«SK"- * W VK '^C >>*✓ <4S~*£F A/OA1^ SV j-£ r,y «w Th« production and industrial activitie* of the «tat« during the pack twenty year* have developed three time# fast as the transportation facilities.—Texas Welfare Commission. TEXAS DRAWS HEAVY (•REEK IMMIGRATION. Sons of Greece Prosper in I,on« Star State—Rare May Again Climb Pinnacle of Power. report of our I'Viiural lmmi tfNUiou (Jeftartinciii fihow* Uiftt il7,- 000 Greek* came to the United Hlatt* last vrar to find homes and Texas 1* the state must favored Hj tiieek immigration. The per cent of (■reeks departing from the I'njtel HaUts i , less than that-of any oth- er nationality. Their occupations tliOw that thev do the chorea of j,n- diigtry rattier than manage it* nf- four* or rule in the professions, vet rotable exceptions encourage tlia, hope that this fallen race •may again dimb to the pinnacle of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 February 1913

Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION One Year Six Months Thre« Months, .. RATES. .. .. $1.00. 50. 26. Entered as second-class matter Jtarch 6. 1908, at the postofflce at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con of March 3, 1879. |< siss ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Pace 1 Issue $12.00. Each Subsequent lss*e, .. 9.00. ^ Page 1 issue 7.50. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. *4 Page 1 Issue 4 60. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 3.60. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first insertion—par inch 20c. Bach Subsequent Issue—per inch 16 cents. Readers per line—each issue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. UP READING ! ....——JUL.. '■ BAILEY — HS- ! THAT SENATORIAL Wo will svikl the- Mexia Week- ly- Herald, Tenae Farm and Ranoh, Jind Hollands Magazine, all to one ad-dtt^oss, for $1.75. Th/iis offer hold« good until Maivh 1st. And, old as well a* new subscribers can take advan- tage of this reduced rate. Oklahoma has a blanket of snow, so says a headline. But in Texas the sun is s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 February 1913

u 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 Keal Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Hexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Local and Personal; m Mrs. Weir and children visited in Corsica na Sunday. r ' Col. .Milton Park of Dallas, who taught school here back ill the 70'«, wan in the city today visiting hiift brother, Howard. IJc also met some of his old thrnc pu- pils, among them Dr. H. B. .Jaek- son, and some other oL<I timer®. Coi. Park is looking well for a men of 00, and says ho feels ids young a* a man of 50. . r Geo. May of I'lainview is in the city visiting relatives and old time friends. Mais. McCain of Iioswell, X. M., Who has been visiting here for several days, left Saturday morning for Kix-kwall to visit lie<r daughter. Mrs. J. D. Hiiuassa. (live us a trial...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 February 1913

!&!Mm _ DEMANDED REINSTATE MENT OP 27 OTHERS PREVIOUSLY SUS- PENDED. GROWS OUT OF HAZING Preshmen Alleged to Have Been Punished for Refusal to I ro- vide Christmas Tree. Bryan, Tex., Feb.. 1.—An order striking the names of 46t> sbu- dents from the roll# of the Agri- cultural and Mechanical College was entered on the fawulty min- utes of the institution tonight. The 466 students are Cha rged with insubordination as defined in the blue book. They strapped • i • «. . 1 1. _ irtj.Miiurui, il ia tuivt^cu, utvuiwi. the freshies refused to give a Christmas tree to the upper eluss men. Tuesday twenty-two students were dismissed. Friday five more were dismissed. The stu- dmts dismissed were sophomores and .juniors. A petition demand- ing the reinstatement of these was presented to the faculty. This Was signed by +66 students, who admitted they were guilty of hazing and who said if their fellows were not reinstated t l>:tt they would attend no aeademie duties. Th« faculty tonight or...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 February 1913

• .it*- Z '%'''''''";V v^'" •ftW& \ma wm HER DEFENSE SEEMED GOOD 'Stamp of Con ciou Innocence" on Words of Woman Accused of 8tealing Boots. A bright spirit of earlier days, Charley McKeand, an advocate ready for any emergency, dropped into court too late one day to read the depositions, and found himself faced •with the duty of defending a woman for stealing a pnir of boots. Ho burst into a moving harangue, and said he would read the very worde of her defense on arrest, since they bore the stump of eon scion* innocence." RrtAeLE AND SHE WAS A SINNER. Luke vii, 36-50—June 23. "Patthlul w (Ac tuning, ami worthy u/ all •cx/i/n'tan. Ihnt ChriH Ivdi* uinir Into >ht IrorlU to Mite tinner*." I '/Hiwthy I, It UK (iOSI'KL OK CUIt I ST In i he Mi'MsHge ot Divine com- tuiMKion townrrt dinners. All re llKioiiH sin mill pro- He seized the depositions, and went 1 post reconciliation with Curt by works on:f'IIa! Here wo are. Oh. h'ra!" ' imrlty. i voluntary mM-tornm*. c • When 1 I Buying I ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 February 1913

'•# ■ i . I I BRONCHITIS SUFFERER OUR BIG CONTEST Takes Druggist's Advice With Splendid Result. If anyone should know the worth ot a medicine, It 1* the retail riruKKist who Bells it over hia counter every (lay in the week, and is in a position to know what remedy gives the best satisfact ion. , .Mrs. Prank II. Uline, of West Sand Lake, N. Y., says: "For a number of years I was a great sufferer from bronchitis. Last July I had an attack which was more severe than any, and my friends thought I could not recover from it Then I was advised by my druggist to try Vinol, which I did. ■with wouderful results. My cough has left me; 1 have gained In veiglit and appetite, and I am as atrc ig as erer I was. . 1 advise all who have bronchitis, chronic coughs* 6r w o 'are run down to try Vinol." It is the combined action ef the medicinal curative elefnieotai1 i'- the cod's liver, without the greasy oil,, aided by the blood-making and strength-creating propartips,. qf to.ijic iron that makfeB Vin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 February 1913

Fourteenth Year. acc J. aanuioiu ainmirror riKb, LIFE and TORNADO lnsuratn*:, Hexia, icxaa. ■ ■■•'!!■ the Mexia Weekly Herald. MEX1A, TEXAS, THI'ltSDAY, FEB. 18. 1913. $1.00 Per Year. * I- >[/ K MErevolution Attention Fertilizer Users March 15, 16, 17, and 18th. Cross Eyes Straightened FREE FOR THE POOR GORDON ADAMS M.D. Specialist of 20 Yeans Experi' nee in treating Eye. Ear. Nose. Throat Diseases, Deformities, Cancers, Facial Blemishes, Birth Marks, etc. Main Office, Waco, Texas, 809 Austin Ave. Branch Office at Mexia, Commercial Hotel SEVEN HOURS BATTLE WAS FOUGHT IN MEX- ICO CITY. ( ity of Mexico, Koib. II.—The FedmiJs ami rebel* fought a sev- en-hour draw™ battle in. the heart oi fli!* ri*y iChh ,v. When darkness put ari end to the fighting neither side aippear- <•<1 to lui vc gained any materia I advantage. Estimates of the casualties run as high as uric thousand, although accurate information can not be obtained at this time. The dead eortafiroly wilil be counted by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 February 1913

M' W DDnunpiTic ciircrncD nun nir rmiTccT I m/l S always in the office to art- j J/J rtP ^MI7C 1 - — Ill HUM i—■■■inn ■« umiii—rn MaWE-ifL:,: mm?" -::, wmmtmm wmmm Bp® Hp l -> I I I I m&:r ■§:. | ■ j I 1^1 jS4: Blf I K& 1 ft. jSt * m ffif, • fh'.y I Wife ' iff «• i - §'•',. i' II mm i« UN EQUALED, UNCHANGING TONE "The Advance Guard of Progress" SOON ARRIVE We extend a cordial invitation to all local musicians and the public to come in and try this new creation of Henry Lindeman. The oval sound board has proved all that Mr. Lindeman has promised. The piano has the most inspiring violin tone that has ever been produced in an upright piano. The Melodigrand is truly a grand piano in every sense of the word, and just as effective in upright form.. It is hard to believe that just the changing of the sounding board to the oval, or in other words to the violin shape would make such a tremendous differ- ence in tone quality, but we have received some of these instruments, and they...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 February 1913

im wMj -L- -WglflMTJ. ;" . ' .^*!l . j K ■\r \ ■'w •' —i ■ #. Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. I>i\ F. I', I V\ t(m left 'I'llday iiioriiiinvr for Corpus Ohcitfbi when he will locate for the practice of li is prnfuw-iun. Dr. Peyton lin« nimny lViomlfi iiu iliiis *ertw n wlpuv lie was horn awl rear'* I. imd lived mi lidiioriililc. lift1, who will regret to It'jiiiu of li s < 111]>:ii*t 11 i*c from onr county, l)ii,l whose best! wishes will go with him to his new home. Tliftt lie wi'U sucn-eeil in biiitLilinw up n K'mmI piw'iice to lake the pla.ce of the one he leave* here, is' ecr- taiitn, for lie is am U])-to-d«t e physi- cian aiitl with it n perfect jfetttle- an who caWly makes ami holds friends. Siiimm'ss to yo.ii, dii-etor. I llere is a meKSHjjc of hope and jcood cheer from Sirs. C. J.'Mar- I tin. Boone .Mill. Va.. who is the j mother of eighteen children. Mrs The <'Oiumercial Club will lioki Martin was cured of stomach u import...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 February 1913

P.: I I I P'v M mW" ■ I ■ i If I . I I' • Ks " It,- THE HERALD fQR THE SCHOOLS Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. import au t No 8014 REPORT OF THE.CONDITION OF The First National Bank OF 1IEXIA SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 • Pel'hapS I;h0 V j At Mexia, in the State of Texas, at One Yw ,1.00. feature 111 the $10,000 prize ot- the close of business Feb. 4th, 1913. 8U* Months! M. far ol the Texas Industrial Can- RESOURCES Three Months, .... ^i-ess «0Mtest this year is that _ LoanrandDiacounta $146,307.31 ^Entered as seeond-clasa matter, providing for wompotifcion by! Overdrafts, secured and un- } Mexia! T«i08ttSerUaeP|Ia,SCCon- i^hools in the foftimsroj) mode* u. 8. Bonds to secure cir- ' mi At I green of March 3, 1879. The Congress de-i,Tcu'aUon, . n U. S. Bonds to secure Pos- ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 isaue 112.00. tufh Subsequent IstfUe, .. 9.00. Pag© 1 Issue 7.60. Bach Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. % Page 1 Issue *-50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 3.60. Less Than One...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 February 1913

//////X | GRAND POPULARITY \^^/////^ Yy//////s<z^$$\ W/JSZ CONTEST I - 1st Capital Prize \ $300.00 Piano - 2nd Capital rnze 2 Diamond Rings - Displayed by W. D. Pittman, Jeweler 2 Gold Watches and Other j r," 1 Trpc ' * r. t r-' ■ ••*•« 'mowrtrrtjwmm r Ladies Married or Single Eligible For most popular lady in ter- ritory covered by the Weekly Herald and Evening News, valu- able prizes will be given the win- ners Free. Votes secured throng) subscriptions lo the Weekly Her- ald and Evening News. Nominate a Friend. THE PRIZES. 1 Studebaker Automobile. 1 W00.00 Piano. 1 Hurculrs Buggy and Harness •'{ DimnoJid Kings 5 (lold Wa'che* • ! < fasnliiie Itanges 2 Suites of Furniture. One Diamond l in<s; and one Watch wiitf be given to contest- ant* having highest, number of votes in Alexia and not winning capital prizes. The other ring and watch to context aula resid- ing outside of Alexia and not win uing either of the capital prize*. fMMwm wwmrn I l Free Voting 1 Contest Contest Be...

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