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

^ ?{fh , > V. . MANY PEOPIE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE BIG POPULARITY CONTEST. TWENTY-FIVE LADIES ARE GOING TO WIN. WHY NOT YOU TOO? Now is the Time to Get Busy, Use the Shears and be a Coupon Clipper. Enthusiasm in the 11% $3,OOO Popularity Cunt est increases witlT ervery hour. Kadi inaii'l brings in new nom motions. The con/test is the subject of much disciussdon in hundreds of homes aid over bite surrounding country, and bids fair to eclipse anything ever attempted in this town. The value and attractiveness of the prizes have evidently stim- ulated a keen and spirited nivail- ry in Mexia and the surrounding territory. ' Cost of the Campaign. The expense of this contest will be a heavy one for the Her- flikl hurt everything has been ar- ranged for and not one objection- able feajtuire mil mar the pleas- ure and' convenience of the suc- cessful candidates. The prizes have been bought and are on display. Hustle is the Word. Some of the candidiases have alreaddy mapped out their caan- ...

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

I MM* " TEXAS' SMOKEHOUSES 0,000*-° uJh OF DRES50D MEftr a ofr 0 ojf * CHRI8TIANITY AND THE LAW- Matthttw v, 17-26—M«y 19. "Be that Ion lit hit neighbor hutli lutllllwt the Law." —Komunt rlii. 8. CI IB Great Teuclier declared I list He came not to destroy the I/aw and the Prophet*, but to fulfil them. While the Law was npokeu of aa Motes' Law, It was really the Divine Law given to Israel aa a hauls for the Divine Covenant with that uation, and Mones merely ■Ux>d as mediator of that Law Cove- nant-that agreement by whleh Israel wan obligated to keep the Law. and God was obligated If they did so to grant them everlasting life, Divine fs- Tor and the glori- ous privilege of being Ills Instru- ments for the blessing of all na- ol l.nu—'Thorn Khali n il kill." W chip Into this stat* 90ft000^00 of meats and prwvMons, moetiy pe**, par arwMwrw—T«xa« Welfare 0—MM RAILROADS WILLING MAKE NEEDED IM- PROVEMENTS. TO Raisin? of Rate Not Necefwary Saya Lorett—Welfare Com- misaion Investigate* Su...

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

Bf j a long in Coii- years old rful. "Live ti> auger, don't of exefelse lu the >ve all, keep choer- the system get run down— i organs weak—the blood thin glsh, take Vlnol, which Is a combination of the medicine building properties of oods' with the useless grease elimi- and tonic Iron added. We re- Vinol as one of the greatest y-bullders and strength-creators la world for aged people. Mrs. Mary Ivey, of Columbus Qa., snys: "If people only knew the good Vinol does old people, you would be unable to supply the demand; It is the Snest tonic and strength-creator I ever used." We wish every feeble old per- son in this vicinity would try Vlnol on our agreement to return their money if it faila to give satisfaction. MEXIA DRUG CO. Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Phones>—Office 143, Home 16. Mexia, Texas Dr. H. C. Watson DENTIST Office upstairs in New Opera House building. Office |phone 46; Residence, 74 mexia.'texas COURT HOUSE NEWS NOIES SOME ...

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

5:®;"' :>cc J. Sanction! >mith inr FIRB, LlhE and TORNADO Irisuratree, fle*ia, Iexas. MEXIA, TEXAS, TIIl'IlSDAY, .MARCH 27, 1913. $1.00 Per Year. Foiu teentfa. Year. A LARGE CROWD AT THE WOODMEN HALL THURS- DAY NIGHT. ' On account of serious illness in Dr. Adams' fam- ily it was impossible for him to fill his dates. Watch this space for his dates, lie will be in Mexia in the near future. He treats eye, ear, nose, throat and disease de- formities, cancers, facial blemishes, etc. lie has treated more than 20,000 Texas citizens for said troubles. Will be in Mexia in the near future at COMMERCIAL HOTEL In H«wr lA a ml I of toe (Jonnniurcia] Ulub top a maws meal hug, a large muiiilxir ot' cibizems of Mexia aswiii/bleid at the Wood- Timn Jii^l.l Thumduuv night. and (liisiMMtsexl matters pertaining to the welfare of Alexia and Lime- stone county. Col. .1. II. llawley of GallvesiWm being present was invited to ad- dress the meeting aiul diid no in a splendid talk along the linos of pr...

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

- mmm $3,000 inPrizes Given Away o the Popular and Energetic Ladies of Mexia and Surrounding STerritory The Greatest Gift Enterprise Ever Inaugurated By Any Newspaper in a Town the Size of Mexia READ THE BIG LIST OF PRIZES Two Diamond Rings One for Mexia Contestants and one for Contestants outside of Mexia TWO GOLD WATCHES One for Mexia Contestants and one for Contestants Outside of Mexia These Prizes are displayed by W. D. Pittman's Jewelry Store, Mexia John R. Corley, Furniture Store Married Ladies Prize A Solid Mahogany and Leather Uphol- stered Parlor Suite. A handsome Prize. On display at above store School Girls Prize A Scholarship in a Good Busi- ness College. Every Y oung Lady Needs a Business COURSE Groesbeck Prizes EMIL MEYER, The Groesbeck Jeweler A Solid Roman Gold Diamond Studded Watch. A handsome and valuable Prize. On display at above store Oliver, Nussbaum 6 Scharft A Three Burner Jewel Gasoline Kange, value $27.50. Contestant winning this prize will have choice of t...

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

Kr' ■ 'i ■ j. wo. Mexia Drug; "THE REXALL STORE." "Alta Vbta." The Guaranteed lea Cream. The Ice Cream served at our fountain is mad;' by the Alia Vista Creamery C<>., Ft. Worth and in Guaranteed to Im* absoluteOy pure ami wholesome. If any purchase in not eMtiiraly satisfactory you arc re- quested to report name and have your money refunded. We are prepared to selll yon this Ice Cream iin any quanitieHy.and in any style on ahort notice. Have us to send you up a gallon for the family, you will find it delicious. Ailso we are serving the best drinks to be had in the city, in fact wo are the originators iin our line. A trial from you and you will be convinced. PHONE NO. 6. PHONE NO. 6 L ' l||ni Money to Loon 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 privileg...

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

1 ' ' ' t; V; THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION One Year Six Months Three Months, .. RATES. .. .. $1.00. 50. 26. Entered as second-class matter Jlarch 6, 1908, at the postofflce at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con- gress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. a.00. hi Page 1 Issue 7.50. Each Subsequent lsaue. .. 6.00. % Page 1 issue 4.60. Each Subsequent Issue, .. -'1.60. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first Insertion—per inch 20c. Each Subsequent issue—per inch 15 cents. Readers per line—each issue 5c. Discounts on yearly contracts. gj ■- 1 Const amtkie, the now king of Creese, ss feet «*•*• Inches tail, but it is said that lie is narrow o The married womans property rights bill has finally passed both houses otf the legislature audi has been signed l y the governor. It is now a law. o Individual! boosting of the town is igood, but concerted' boosting gets results. Line up with the ...

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

, - >n Sale CH 27th on sale Thursday at extraordinary low prices. This Means that ou can make your selection from the largest assortment of silks in use our stock of silks is entirely too large—-we want to reduce it u want is not listed her<i you wit! find it here in our stock, for we l)ays Come and Save 5c Crepe De Chene Goes at 47zc 3repe De Chene will be largely used for evening dresses this season, and we are showing a large line of his silk. You should see this quality we are offering at 47 l-2c—it is an extraordinary value. It comes n pink, blue, lavender, gray, white and black. It would sell in a regular way at 75c~it goes in this silk sale at the yard 47 i~2c We Pay Your Railroad Fare During this sale of Silks, Laces aiK." Embroideries we will refund railroad fare to all out-of-town patrons, purchasing goods to the amount of $! ".00. This means a refund of rail? >ad fare both ways to parti 5 living in YVortham, Teaglie, Coohuge, Groesbeck, and Thornton. >epe De C...

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

w '■ WM For Making Pi Delicious Home-Baked Food. JR.PRIGE& irl?m Baking Powder makes Fins and Wholesom? Biscuit- Delicious Cake and Pastry No Alum No Lime Phosphate GROWING MEXiA THE COMMERCIAL CLUB IS WORKING. NEW SEC- i RETARY COMMENTS ON HIS LABOR. SLOW CO OPtRATiON Must Have Publicity—Right Now' I or Never. The Commercial Club quarters looks like. real buesiiiiejts to the naked eve; a beautiful quarter oak Typewriter Desk <'hair and Uiii- derwood Typewriter, the proper- ty of Mr*. Wejslow, who works j with hw husband, a nrived yester- day, al*<> other parts of Office Fomtitaire, that will lie of great u e to the work in thr beehive of the (Smb. The .steps, (title walls of cntnuu'e have l>e«iu new- ly painted by the Chub, every- thing l(Hvks spick and span fttr th battle of Industry and Pnb- liinyitv. I did expect ere this time to hear from some Lady who would take the Lead in the Civic work that jm so sorely needed in this place, but, not a word front) the Ladies...

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

IWM ■'■u.l ' TIAL Put ^O/AE >\ONEy IN OUR B/INK BriikUt Wi -1 C I Ximnitimsa Co."l When the -crop* are in atvi the profits of the f ifii ears Lt- counted in money the time to start a banK| account is ripe, by doing so you may condu t >car tarn as cverv good business is conducted. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ONLY 21 MORE DAYS' REMAIN IN BIG CONTEST. DAYS ARE FLYING. YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY Nomination Blank Appears For The Last Time and is Void After Tuesday, April lit at 5 p. m, Think of it', (iinly i wcnly-on. more working days I'll, ii. t1 < 1 ii>r Contest, <•<viit.c<ljin s shouki reaili'/e :lui.s. and put forth their best efforts, and .should put a : inui-li. (inn- as uosible in stviir- iI11i>st-i-i(yi ions* Tlio.se who hav (•out cist J Capital $50,000, Job. NussbHum^rci. Surplus -lO.OOi. W. I„ 4V-t1v Vide-Pres. Uivid vl ji- > iy. ■.).i.ner 1914 CALENDARS It is now the season to place j orders for calendars for 1914. | and agents are already out with their sample...

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

rrm 1 [Does Everything You Eal Distress You? that the reason commou in hasty and iditla 'ports tieolare iicti tfl (lt-r iwintry 1,; i les- tiles ;; net vim d( k hn Lind, of Oneonta, N. Y., says: 'iave been troubled with a bad lach trouble for fifteen years, and nie so weak that 1 could hardly i or do any work. My appetite very poor, and it seemed impos- . e to get any relief. Since taking . bottles of Vinol I find that it has eadv made a remarkable impiove- nt in my health; my digestion is ijch stronger, and I have galr V la •ight." * ; 1 ? Vinol makes weak stomachs : h'ong ecause it strengthens and ton >•* up i he weakened, tired and overtaxed nerves of the digestive organs. Vinol is easily assimilated by the weakest stomachs, and is delicious to the taste. Try a bottle of Vinol with the understanding that your money will be returned if it doea not help you. MIXIA DIUG CO. Dr. J. L. Meicaii DENTIST Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Phones,—Office 143, Home lb. Mexia, Te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 April 1913

2hx J, *>an41of4 Mimh iur Hkfc:, LIFE and I'D KIN'A DO Insuraiwc, fle*ia, icxaa The Mexia Weekly Herald. Fourteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, TUITIfcSDAY, APRIL 3, 191:5. \ ( FWIIUS IN INDIANA AND OHIO WALKING TO SAFETY ON TELEGRAPH CABLES •i ♦ ; - j'WTH«rKW. **} -r- IV I. On account of serious illness in Dr. Adams' fam- ily it was impossible for him to fill his dates. Watch this space for his dates. He will be in Mexia in the near future. He treats eye, ear, nose, throat and disease de- formities, cancers, facial blemishes, etc. He has treated more than 20,000 Texas citizens for said troubles. Will be in Mexia in the near future at COMMERCIAL HOTEL This space will announce dates it < * ra "I'JJui ImMmm r- mim wtmh When the flood vtruck Day ton, calming tremendous loss of life and property, some of the Inhabitants (ought safety from the waters by walking along the telegraph cables, aa shown tu 'this remarkable photograph. WATER AND DEBRIS IN COLUMBUS STREET ■Vr <>>, A Sf, 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 April 1913

■f -' ' I ?§* ■ $3,000 inPrizes Given Away l rasa To the Popular and Energetic Ladies of Mexia and Surrounding Territory llThe Mexia Weekly Herald and Evening News cr$,t The Greatest Gift Enterprise Ever Inaugurated By Any Newspaper in a Town the Size of Mexia READ THE:BIG LIST OF PRIZES j Two Diamond Rings One for Mexia Contestants and one for Contestants outside of M^xia TWO GOLD WATCHES One for Mexia Contestants and one for Contestants Outside of Mexia These Prizes are displayed by W. D. Pittman's Jewelry Store, Mexia John R. Corley, Furniture Store Married Ladies Prize A Solid Mahogany and Leather Uphol- stered Parlor Suite. A handsome *'t Prize. On display at above store School Girls Prize A Scholarship ' in a GoodiBusi- ness College. Every Young ^ LadyJNeeds a*. Business COURSE Groesbeck Prizes EMIL MEYER. The Groesbeck Jeweler A Solid Roman Gold Diamond Studded Watch. A handsome and valuable Prize. On display at above store Oliver, Nussbaum 6 Scharfi A Three Burner Jewel Gaso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 April 1913

;v;a ffi' 7 v.vri; |H|k FIRE ADDED TO FLOOD AT COLUMBUS BgEmEBaS € -V<f$ (,- .*. , rv. *, " *■' -•' I -us* ■ .S** c V a $01? ¥f*>fc>s*:U If! Unchanging View of one of the bin factory buildings at Columbus, O.. which caught ttre while surrounded by the ruglnfc waters of the Scioto river and was consumed. INTERURBAN CARS ABANDONED TO THE FLOOD Jm: 4 & ~T/'~ ~ fT"* Z/*"**-*" , - ' '^wiWN*! • '* \. -* fc£: ■ ife. -*• '< % ■<&'&> @^NRMhbimibI p^Vi^' ;; ■■■ X A tone of the rarest beauty, sympathetic and of marvelons sing- ing quality; full round and sonorous. Giving to the Upright Piano all the qualities that have heretofore been confined to the ,*0 Grand, and imparting to the Grand Piano a depth and vibratory power never before equalled—these are the characteristics of the MELODIGRAND The oval sound board, supported by laminated rims andgpres- sure posts, exclusive features of the Melodigrand, are the final word in the development and maintenance of artistic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 April 1913

£ f K f1' Ike Official Tests show Dr. Price's Baking Powder to be most efficient in strength, ot highest purity and heaiflitnlness D9MHCBV BAKiHGRuWDEK No Alum, No Phosphate ot Lime 5= . THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 11.00. Six Months. 50. Three Months 26. Entered, as second-class matter Jtarch 5, 1908, at the poetofflce at Mexla, Texas, under the act ot Con ot March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 Issue $12.00. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. Vk Page 1 Issue, 7.50. Bach Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. Page 1 issue 4.50. Dach Subsequent issue, .. 3.50. Less Than One Quarter Pas«. For first insertion—per inch 20c. Bach Subsequent law per inch It cents. Readers per line—each issue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. THAT "TIN SOLDIER." National Guardsmen are doing a patriotic diuty in Ohio and Inr ddana. They are guarding from thieves what few effects are left few the flood! victiimw. These men are braving tornadoes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 April 1913

Money to Loan Constable Cox and Depurty DiaJl ton raided a. crop game <w*r in Freedmantowii Saturday night and took i<p about stoew boiw rollers ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOOGHT AND EXTENDED. VV. B. Tiiuna, assiusrt-atf! posit master otf Dallas, and farniky hav< rwturned to thoir home after a f*w days viwiit to Mr. and Mm 1\ F. Smiit.il 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 5ooi\ moid Mr. and Miis. W. B. Luna ami children, Katlirine and Jeannett'', of Dallas art; visiting in this city, the guests of Mayor and Mrs T. Frank Smith. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Local and Personal, G ?ar Allen of Cooliidge visited 'fSniemds here Sunday. Miss Mary Ward Te&gue Monday, visited- im M. A. Weslow, commercial siw- rofary, spent Sunday in Dallas. Highest price paid for Ilides, Wool and Beesw...

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

"s csMr * . "t' /'' 1 J 1 HI; mr. S"wS8M!ii'S«S W^r3 1—' ®P* , • / •... -■■ i jm i<,pT^ ; • For Every Baking CALUMET BAttiNG POWDER Best— because it's the purest. Best—because it never fails. Best— because it makes every baking light, fluffy and evenly raised. Best —because it is moder- ate in cost—highest in quality. At your grocers. -.TV TflAJMEl RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World1! Pure Food Expo- sition. Chicago, 111. Paris Exposition. Franco, March. 1912. MERCHANTS VOTES Following merchants will give ruupoiiN in our auto contest. Votits will be given 011 ail cash | purchases at the rate of 100 votes tor each dollar. Whan you buy j goods from those merchants ask : lor coupons and you wiill find that you can. save up a lot of voles in this way: MEXIA. 11. C. Roller, Drugsu Brodinax & Jackson, Groceries. Karuer & Phillips, Dry Goods. .John It. Cor ley, Furniture. wt n nui.— .- t .—j — II . X/. A 11/fllltUlA, lirown Bros.—Olub Cafe. J. M. Tidwell's Barbea- Shop. M. Adams—Plum...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 April 1913

' The Mexia Pantatorium S. F. CARROLL, Manager has installed a Steam Pressing Machine and is now ready to Press your clothes while you wait —and only a few moments at that. ONLY 14 MORE I GET A CASH PRO- WORKING DAYS IIDUCING EDUCATION tn The Old Way—Slow and Tiresome. REMAIN IN BIG CONTEST. WALK FAST NOW AND RIDE IN THE STUDE BAKER AUTO APRIL 19. NO MORE NOMINATIONS Coupons Clipped from the Pap-r Are Void Affter April 8. The Gr< a! special offer imido to tlio eon. tenants eiloscN Sat ur- day, April 112L11 at 8 p. iu. In •irder to have your subscriptions count on this special offer, all biilisoriptions must he received at the Herald office by that hour. To give the conitcstants outside of tli. city the same amount of time to vvoirk as those in the city, the management willl accept all Hinh- Kcriptions sent in by them, thai are mailed before 8 oclock Satur- day evening, hut the envelope or package in which these 8Uib«ci*ip- ti".ns are swmifc must bear the post I mark of date and h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 April 1913

AMMfflH pf)>vimiiOTwi '$r< Restored to Health by Vinol— Letter to Mothers. Anxious mothers often wonder why their children are so pale, thin anil nervous and have so little appetite. For the benefit of such mothers la this vicinity we publish the following letter. J. Edmund Miller, New Haven, Conn., says: "My little daughter, ever since her birth, had been frail and sickly, and was a constant source of worriment. Several mouths ago wa commenced to give her Vinol. 1 Im- mediately noted an improvement la her health and appearance. I gave her three bottles of Vinol, and from the good It has done her I can truly say it will do all you claim." This child's recovery was due to the combined action of the medicinal elements extracted from cods' livers, —confined* with the blood-making and %i rength-creatlng properties o£ tonic Iron, which are contained lu Vinol. Vinol will build up and strengthen delicate children, old people and the weak, run-down and debilitated. We return the money...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 April 1913

bun IWiIMBMiITI V I I I S II \ \ bee J. Sandlurd bmith <<>r FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO fnsurairae, flertia, Iexas. ; S if ' ■ , 1 • ' •' The Mexia Weekly Herald. Fourteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1918. $1.00 Per Year. On account of serious illness in Dr. Adams' fam- ily it was impossible for him to fill his dates. Watch this space for his dates, lie will be in Mexia in the near future. He treats eye, ear, nose, throat and disease de- formities, cancers, facial blemishes, etc. He has treated more than 20,000 Texas citi/ens for said troubles. Will be in Mexia in the near future at COMMERCIAL HOTEL This space will announce dates Tsssssssssssatmm " - I ■ t COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. From Groesbeck Journal. Marriage Licenses. P. K Ellis and Irene Baker. li. L>. Stevens and Mrs. Mary (Mm. Elija Handle and Anna May Walter. Will R. Tabor and Pearl Spires Joe Fisher and Charlie Nu- chollls. T. S. Skninons and Mrs. L. C. W...

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