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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 February 1913

•,> p ■■ ' ■ r-: m m Condensed Statement of the Financial Condition of the ndergast, Smith & Co BANKING At the Close of Business Feb. 4th, 1913 Car load ofi Highest Patent Kansas Flour RED CROSS * Bought before the price advanced Also—Chops, Bran, Shorts, Sorghum Seed aud Meal Canned Goods Corn, homii.y, Tomatoes, Kraut, Pine Apple, Beans, Strawberries, Blackberries, Chiiii Peaches, Oysters, Salmon, Etc. Tomato Catsup, Pickles, Everybodies Brand, Evaporated Sugar Cane and Corn Syrups, Sugar,, Coffee, Garden Seed, Etc. For Right Prices Come and See Me Ozro Lofland SUCCESSOR TO J. J. BECKHAM MEXIA, TEXAS BIG POPULARITY CONTEST IS ON Evw-Ware Aluminum, ware to the value of $27.50 iinwtead. This prize comes from live hi# hard- ware firm of Oliver, Nussbniini I & Sc.harff, Groeabeek. —— | A solid oak dresser or chiffo- nier or a Cha.se Perfection Kitch- Many Prizes Announced. $3000 ^ (,mms frmn |}ll,hjtn. Given Away Free. List |}in |t|.,,s furniture house, of Nominations. Wort...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 February 1913

MMiflftl WW! fflHSroHm i r the Weekly Herald and Evening News for Popular Ladies New^Prizes will«be added from time to time p;b > ' First Capital Prize , - 5-passenger, fully equipped, 1913, model 25, Studebaker Car, sold by W. D. Pittman, Mexia Agent Second Capital Prize $300.00 Piano from the stock oi W. ix. Carton of Groesbeck Third Capital Prize A Hercules Buggy and Set' of Harness—Value $150.00 SPECIAL PRIZES ill J Two diamond rrings v«iJu<- $75 displayed by W. 'py4*i&hi/(n. Mexia. One rim? for Mexil/'con- /, . i tesitaint ami one to c oh tyrant oul- , A, • " "H* i! *nde Aloxini. . Two gold watches eifberv-W^I- tJiiR.ii) i.tr J'jIv?in nvoveitmnis dis- played by W. D. I'itlmu ii;"MV'XH? One watch for M«• xi:i ami one outside M'-xiul . Un-Married Ladies PFi2$. One $100.00 diamond. ring dis- played <♦ >• 11. Holler )>rug a11 <I JjUWsJry store, Alexia.- This . pr /.<■ gO^jtO the most popljljir tUI-Jtl'll" •nied, lady in tin- conies'. BJarried Ladies Prize. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 February 1913

II U 1 I V 11 II VLL. | vil Takes Druggist's Advice With Splendid Result. If anyone should know the worth of a medicine, It is the retail druggist who sells it over his counter everjr day in t.ho week, and la in a position to know what remedy gives the best satisiiu't inn. Mi's. Frank 11. TJllne, of West S.ind Lake, N. Y., says: "For a number ot years i wiih a great sufferer from bronchitis. Last July I had an attack which was more Bevere than any, aud my friends thought I could not recover from it. Then 1 was advtsed h.v my druggist to try Vinol, which I did, with wonderful results. My cough has left me; 1 have gained in veight and appetite, and I am as stro ig as ever 1 was. 1 advise all who have bronchitis, chronic coughs, or w'.o are run down to try Vinol." It is the combined action ef the medicinal curative elements of the cod's liver, without the greasy oil, aided by the blood-making and strength-creating properties of tonlo Iron that makes Vinol so efficient Remember, we guar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 February 1913

bee J. Sandlord Smith ior FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO lnsuraw*c, fle*ia, lexaa. : l v ft / The Me Weekly Herald. Fourteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXA&, THUB&DAY, FJ1M. 20, 1913, $1.00 Per Year. c™Ws Attention Fertilizer Users March 15, 16, 17, and 18th. Cross Eyes Straightened FREE FOR THE POOR GORDON ADAMS M.D. ►Specialist of 20 Years Experi ijce in i feat in si Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat Diseases, Deformities, Caueens, Facial Blemishes, Mirth Marks, Main Office, Waco, Texas. 801) Austin Ave. Branch Office at Mexia, Commercial Hotel Dr. Adsr:* will straighten any case of Cross Eyes in a IV w mined s tim an pain no chloroform. lie has straightem*! more than one I1 IS! and in Texas. a,; 11 READ says; Dr. time, 1 M. T. Class, Uoal Estate Dealer, Waco, Texas Adams str«\,giitenod my daughters eyes in 10 minutes know hiin to be an expert. F, C. Schmidt, Hanker, Rosebud, Texas, says: Dr. Adams straightened my son's eyes in a few minutes time. Hundreds of roferene.es from prominent Texas people, fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 February 1913

m , • 1 V - "The Advance Guard of Progress" WILL 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 are way beyond our expectations. Hereafter all Henry and S. G. Lindeman pianos will be known as the MELODIGRAND. See \V\a\ \\\e ^ame^T^-eVo^ta^' vs or\ \^ouv £>u\Ae\wax\ Yv&t\o Old style uprights will be taken in exchange for the new Melodigrand with liberal allowance. Read What Far Famed Artists ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 February 1913

v . / K V' Money to Loan ON IMPROVEO FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged tor weatern capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loana closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. iVI. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas The Red Cross Committee suc- ceeded in disposing of 6,480 seals during the holiduyw leaving on hand 520 stumps. The amount, of $64.80 was forwarded to head- quarters by the local- Treasurer, It in hoped that the remaining 520 cam be disposed of a* the Committee is anxious to be placet on the Honor Roll. The roll of towns which sell «il nealu assign- ed to them. To all, who in any way assisted the committee thanks irre extended. Local Committee. Locai and Personal. Mr. iiikI Mrs. B. 11. Clark and chilldiri-n, who have been l'ivjnjgi nj Western Texas for esvorul yew«,| mimI \v4n> have bcmi here for sev-' era I clays vbitinig her mother, ■, Mr.s.W. K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 February 1913

' under the act of Con- 8. 1879. ■RTISING RATES. 1 Issue $12.00. Subsequent issue, .. 9.00. 1 issue 7B0. luent issue, .. ti.00. 1 Issue 4.50. Subsequent Issue, .. 3.60. Than One Quarter Page, first insertion—per inch 20c. cb Subsequent issue—per inch _ cents. Readers per line—each issue Sc. fu—A..wti nn voarW contracts. ■— ' "—— Another Texas legislator, the member from Uoloradlo county, is H <iown with mieningilas. o n Ii m- Ami President Wilson ha>s not yet announced his cabinet. 'Die people are getting auxiooun about thus matter. This i.s a legislature of patriotic Texanss. It can't bo bought. Cat it ve fooled?—Austin. Tribune. Or bltuf t'ed in a game ol' drawl' Wonder if dirty politics in tlw? cajpitol bttikling had anything to do with the breaking out <>I* men- ingitis among the members of the legislature ? Mad. ■ ro urges Tat't not to land troops in Mexico at present, say- ing that it would iniflame the people. Looks like tile people ar< already imflamed down th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 February 1913

y , . . * ■: W® ' if" ' ''' 1 I If/^Sr^ m'M . . ?" • • • ■ ' • II 'SP^IIPI flgliiM|BSfllfl«jM m rn^mw^wwi^mm SfP rl/fe'l This is The Last Oafl--T-Fridav.'Sattfrdav, (&/ ' (W ' '-1 Heres your last opportunity of the season to supply your needs at sub- stantial saving prices. We won't elaborate on the values, you can see plainly for yourself, just what this sale means in dollars and cents to you. Prices have been cut to rock bottom in order to effect a quick clearance of all left-overs. You see the new goods will be arriving in a i ; few days and we have got to make room for them, thats the reason we ; make this End of Season Sale the biggest valtu. giving event of the en= tire season—we want to move out the goods, and these low prices are sure to do the work. Its the last call, and this sale will not last but 3 ; Selling Days, so make purchases accordingly. i n:~ J Dig Days o n:<v 0 Dig Days Remember the Days-==Friday 21st = Saturday 22nd - Monday 24th. Come Apron Gingham Asso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 February 1913

ceived Car Load of Highest Patent Kansas Flour RED CROSS Bought before the price advanced Also—Chops, Bran, Shorts, Sorghum Seed aud Meal Canned Goods Corn, Homit.y, Tomatoes, Kraut, Pine Apple, Beans, Strawberries, Blackberries, Chilli Peaches, Oysters, Salmon, Etc. Tomato Catsup, Pickles, 12 very bodies Brand, Evaporated Sugar Cane and Corn Syrups, Sugar, Coffee, Garden Seed, Etc. For Right Prices Come and See Me Osro Lofland SUCCESSOR TO J. J. BECKHAM MEXIA TEXAS I der stiqn ®5olye for all hv —solved once (or all by Calumet. For daily use in millions of kitchens has proved that Calumet ii highest not only in quality but in Itavtning fozver a* well—un- (liling in results—pure to the extreme—and wonderfully economical in «se. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS W.rl«'( Port Pill laMiltUn, CMuga. III. Part* Via« t- ttaa. rra«M. Marah. I l*. s Von Jen'I mm ttmuy then you fay thtop or big-can baking powJtr. Don't it mitUJ. Buy Calumet. It'* mart eco...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 February 1913

\ Prizes in the Big Contest Of the Weekly Herald and Evening News for Popular Ladies Iwifl'fr■ •.. '■.? '}&t f .1 I., i t • ••>.•.•,, „ • I • f > •. fi; •:-! ? New Prizes will be added from time to time First Capital Prize 5-passenger, fully equipped, 1913, model 25, Studebaker Car, sold by W. D. Pittm^n, Mexia Agent $.."' N i * Second Capital Prize $.300.00 Piano from the stock of W. K. Cayton of Groesbeck Third Capital Prize A Hercules Buggy and Set of Harness—Value $150.00 SPECIAL PRIZES ! Fort Worth Life Insurance Co. Fort Worth, Texas. Commenced Business May 1906 A Texas corporation|owned by Texas people, controlled by and complying with all Texas Laws and writing insurance only in Texas. It accepts only'preferred risks. Its capital and surplus are unimpaired. More than the reserve to protect the policy holders is on deposit with the Commissioner of Insurance and Banking of Texas. Its policy con- tracts are simple and liberal. Its rates are as low as good insurance ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 February 1913

m at «%'". I of West Baden, Ind., m-. JJTSfJSt* to spend about one-third or my i in bed and my life was not worth ig. Vinol, jour delicious mil liver and iron tonic, was recommended, and it has drtne me more good than all tho medicine I ever took In my life. That nervous und tired feeling is all gone. 1 have sained In health, flesh and strength, until 1 feel lfke another per- Sunday School r 1/ 1/ Vinol 1b the most efficient strength- creator for such women. It i; the medicinal elements of the cods' livera contained In Vinol, aided by the blood- making and strengthening properties of tonic iron, which makes It so far superior to all other tonics to build up health and strength for weak, tired, ailing women. It contains no oil and has a delicious taste. We give back your money If Vinol tint HA oil WA nlatw | MEXIA DRUG CO, Are You A Prisoner of Rent Are 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...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 February 1913

hevIexia Weekly Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 27, JOJ.i. , LIFE ortl Smith tor Fourteenth Yeai\ w « I TORNADO InsuratKtf, ne*ia, lexas. T':V' i1"1"''. $1.00 Per Year. Corn, Corn, Lots of Corn J. L. SINCLAIR., Mexia., Texas March 15, 16, 17, and loth. Cross Eyes Straightened FREE FOR THE POOR v GORDON ADAMS M.D. • « Specialist of 20 Years Experh nee ki Irouting Eye, Ear, Muse, Throat Diseases, Deformities, Cancerw, Facial Blemishes, Birth Marks, etc. Main Office, Waco, Texas, 801) Austin Ave. Branch Offise at Maxia, Commercial Hotel. Dr. Ada 's will straighten any case of Crass Eyes in a few minutfs tint no pain no chloroform. He has straightened more than one t! isar.d in Texas. ^ ,s t an lit liiifiia READ Texas says: minutes time. Dr. I M. T. Glass, Heal Estate Dealer, Waco, Adams wtiw.^htened my daughters eyes in 10 know him to be an expert. K. C. .Schmidt, Ba "£<&■ Rosebud, Texas, says: Dr. Adams straightenixl my son'* a few minutes time. Hundreds of referenct promi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 February 1913

mm ^:' i i ■ i nkcmk ' ' J fe. wKm:* if m I-,/-. . Ms I E [| §;. ' UNEQLALED, UNCHANGING TONE iir 1 he Advance Guard of Progi WILL SOON ARRIVE pnc c 99 ******* 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 are way beyond our expectations. Hereafter all Henry and S. G. Lindeman pianos will be known as the MELODIGRAND. SeeW\a\. \\\e \vamekk^eYo&vc^a\v&" \s ow \^owv Yvax\o Old style uprights will be taken in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 February 1913

°00,000^ pjr OF DReS^P A YEW* G3 Into this and pnvmm, ma«tty , !**5 "ROC KIT! ^ MAeLE Just Receiv< C lMW—"Tko* fthult not kill.*' FARM LIFE COMMISSION Texas Secret a new Study Farm Life Condition**—Head of Farmers' Union to Manage Bureau. ANCIENT STATUTE UNCOV EKED BY COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION. RAILROADS WILLING TO MAKE NEEDED IM- PROVEMENTS. The Texaa Farm Life Comuiis- aion is going to inaugurate a move- ment to "keep the hoys <m tlx* farm" and they propose to do this by mak- ing farm life more attractive and the business of farming more remun- erative. Many of the youngsters, at- tracted by the glare of the city, leave the farm before realizing the won- derful possibilities that surround them in their country homes. Then -there are problems in production «nd marketing that must be solved through organized effort. The commission will study every phase of agriculture and will, en- deavor to provide the machinery for taking out the waste in methods of producing and marketing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 February 1913

HtiP 1 . I THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, , Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $1.00. Six Months 50. Three Mouths 26. Sintered as second-class matter ^farch 6, 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con- grats of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 Issue $12.00. Bach Subsequent issue, .. 9.00. H Page 1 Issue 7-50. Bach Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. Page 1 issue, .. .. .. 4.50. Bach Subsequent issue, .. 3.50. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first insertion—par inch 20c. Each Subsequent issue—per inch 16 cents. Readers per line—each issue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. Gran. Porifiro Diaz is to come back to Mexico, but will take no active part im politics. q Hfr Tjlovd-Georee has never beam hknvn up that way by a wo- man before.—Dallas News. But some other way ! © A proverb says: "If you want a mam to remember you always, chiat Him; he wilt soon forget a favor." And: marcs the pity. o Onlly a few days untii Wilson will go i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 February 1913

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 Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. * r A W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas ( Local a d Personal. >.. Mr. and Mm, Eugene , Sinclair and little fcon of Marshall aire in the city visiting the home,.folks for a few day*. ' Those Knighrt Templars who wen up to < 'orsicanu Tuesday night to assist in conferring the Temple degrees on Dr. .J. 1j. Met- calf of tli.is city and Mr. (i. L. Tbumpqon of 'league, were well repaid for being up until 2 a. m. by seeing some heart ifuT work done by the Corsicana lodge. M. J&cquez has returned to Havre, France after a few days visit to h;K friend. .Jules Vern. For Sale, Jersey Milch cows, with young calves. S<^p D. C. Wylie at Knox & Keeling'* barn. Miss Ziima^ Steele lias return- e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 February 1913

ShhmB UV!':" r.PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER Foil will And it a great satisfaction to do More Home Baking You will make biscuit, cake and pastry clean, fresh and tasty—better every way than the ready made foods. Dr. Price's Baking Powder is specially devised for home use, and makes home baking easy and a delight. It will pro- tect you from the dread afum baking powders, which are too frequently found in the ready made articles, and insure you food of the highest heaithfuiness. better farming methods INCREASED CORN Ylc.LD RESULTS FROM PRIZE CONTEST OF TEXAS INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS. 98 INTEREST IN THE BIG CONTEST Is at Fever Heat. Contestants And Friends Active. Three Thousand Dollars Given Away. The past week ha« been oue of keen in'teretrt to contestants and their friends in the big contest, quite a number of contestants re- ported into the of I'm with sub- ne.ripfiow and bailors, all of them are enthusiastic about the cam- paign the large list of prize® to- gether with their value coamin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 February 1913

f— — I m \ \ ■ • " '.. A , Prizes in the Big Contest Of the Weekly Herald and Evening News for Popular Ladies New Prizes will be added from time to time Fort Worth Life Insurance Co. IS Fort Worth, Texa5. Commenced Business May 1906 ia First Capital Prize * • 5-passenger, fully equipped, 1913, model 25, Studebaker Car, sold by W. D. Pittman, Mexia Agent fjji p. ■' ) • Second Capital Prize $300.00 Piano from the stock of W. K. Cayton of Groesbeck N ■ Third Capital Prize A Hercules Buggy and Set' of Harness—Value $150.00 SPECIAL PRIZES Look the List Over. Th(^ equal of these handisojn<' prizes it would be hard to find. First Grand Capital Prize. 1913 model 25, Studebaker, ful- ly equipped 5 passenger Automo- bile. W. D. Pittman, Agent. Media. - • Second Grand Capital Prize. A $300 Piano from the stock of W. K. Cayton of Groesbeck. Third Grand Capital Prize. Henniiles Buggy anil a set of Buggy Harnerr, value $150.00. Special Prizes. Diiatmond ring and gold watch for contestants outs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 February 1913

.1 ss I. ARCHER Tells Mothers What To Do For Delicate Children. "My fourteen-year-old daughter waa ■very thin and delicate. She had a l>ad cough so that I becunt very much alarmed about her health. She was nervous aud did not sleep well, had very little appetite anil doctors did not help her. Having heard so much about Vtuol, I decided to' give it a id her wonderfully, night now without in fact, her cough Is letlte is greatly Ini- has gained in weislU. erful medicine, 'ind I keep It in tlie hous". I ry mother knew what Yiuol for delicate children." Mrs. rcher, 223 Broadway, Long L N. J. decliclous cod liver and Iron ktinn without oil is a Wonderful ullder and strength-creator for rottng and old. We promise, e back your money in every case where VInol does npt benefit. This shows our faith in VinoL mexia dhhg co | REPORT OF lilt GKANUJUKY RETURNED 88 TRUE BILLS 30 FELONIES AND 58 MIS- DEMEANORS. llll* TVill Wb Bra Tni I To tin i.tairy > Hum. IVrni A. 1). 1! 11. K. Davis, US. Ji...

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

. fcmiili loi FIRb, LlPE &iid TORNADO 1 nsura^c, rie*ia, YexaS. - % Mexia Weekly Herald. Fourteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MA IK'II 6, 1913. V w March 15, 16, 17, and 18th. Cross Eyes Straightened FREE FOR THE POOR IkT A rv A MC M n "lu Specialist of 20 Yeans Expert Jtioe 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 Dr. Ada- h will straighten any case of Cross Eyes in a few minutfs tim ao pain no chloroform. "He has straightened more than one (I ,is#nd in Texas. 11. •Ml.. READ M. T. Glass, Real Estate Dealer, Waco. Texas says: Dr. Adams straitened my daughters eyes in 10 minutes time. I know him to be an expert, F. C. Schmidt, Banker, Rosebud, Texa«, says: Dr. Adams straightened my son's eyes in a few minuted time. Hundred** of references from prominent Texas people, for your investigation. Call at office if interested. Examination f...

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