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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 April 1913

THE HERALD 1 a 1 I lig }i f H Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION One Year 81k Months Three Mouths. .. RATE8. .. .. $1.00. 60. 26. Biitered its second-class matter Jlarch 6, 1908, at the postofflce at lfexia, Texas, under the act ot Con gr«M ot March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page X issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. Mi Page 1 Issue 7.50. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. >4 Page 1 Issue 4.T>0. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 3.60. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first Insertion—per Inch 20c. Each Subsequent Issue—per Inch Readers per line—each Issue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. THERE IS PLENTY OF HOPE Dr. Charles W. Eliot has de- clined the Engtlish mission. Hon. "Bill" McCombs lias refused to be ambassador to France. Hon. Ob&diah Gardner has rejected the office of commissioner of pen- sions. What is the matter with the Democratic party? Have we no patriots left in the ranks?— Lake Charles American-Press. Certainly, Turn ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 April 1913

MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS By Gross k A ■ tAV fcPlKff | ft VWMFW MV wipe v'w oouont vVA^re VEI5 0R£ATH TAA.K- I KJ V. "• fe0T ee p£tT ,.og Vffg Mii)£ PONT Pur UP A(yv ofl wo«Keo ovetf ^ «"T -omt c^«Lv •bAvv y M C> S 0 O . No ft*!*! >rM,Wir0 if vyijc Jo KCL TWa,t ^A/n£ Thanks But ivy AMA/Ai <W©|Q * a>0 1 "•T HQHfc ft«>V PECK Vt« IOMIM OH To ooa ,v«/u6. ^TAfc TilltHT ' H .ve 4u^t V,*'T "*ornee exe rwc o«y<l ^ fow Lt 40otH.f Pmoo/6 TH/ST ABENT you OllV« «VIK TH€* I ii ^ I I itmrnim/i mm BOOSTER OR DIM COMMERCIAL CLUB CAPERS. EVERYBODY JOINING. SCRIBBLER HOL - LERS. Very few people understand what a Commercial <'lub is really doing, There is a elans of peo- ple who live in every town vvho.se selfish spirit over-shadows their better nature amid they Live with' iti ti <mselv s. of course this class of eit zenshiip don't eou-ut anyhow; they are a part of the b<xly politic hut they are "the tick." There is uut a town im the State of Texas or any other p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 April 1913

A f f w ■« Dr. PRICE'S KRESS GETS 0RERM BAKING POWDER You will £nd 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 alum baking powders, which are too frequently found in the ready made articles, and insure you food of the highest healthfulness. Brief Document Tells Purpose of Extra Session. MUST ALTER TARIFF DUTIES THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION One Year Six Months Three Months, .. RATES. .. .. 1.00. 50. 26. Bntered as second-class matter Jlarch 6, 1908, at the postofflce at Maxia, Texas, under the act of Con- of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. Page 1 Issue 7.60. Bach Subsequent Issue. .. 6.00. M Page 1 issue, 4.60. Bach Subsequent i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 April 1913

•: fW :. v.. A \ \J/ 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 direct to borrowers. Inspec- H tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer lyiovia. Texas Local and Personal. 0 P. G. Robertson is on the «iek John Parker wa up from Teague Sunday in hist auto. Highest price paid for Hides, Wool and Beeswax at Fedz'e. "Walter My era is up from Warn visiting his urnily for a few days. J«* e Dunning was down from Greenville Sunday visiting his family. If you need a new Buggy, Run- about, Surry or Hack, see Jack- son Broe. Co. Robert Watson was down from Waxaihadiie Sunday visiting reB- atiives and friends. Be sure to see us before you buy your Riding Planter. We want to show you (we thinik)— the beat one on the market.— Jackson Bros. Co. Mows Elheirt Williams and Wii'Rard Alyrick have remitted...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 April 1913

.m J \ ■■ U: / 1 k / izes Given Away Wr iHMflEBC III I III—'IMIIH To the Popular and Energetic Ladies of Mexia and Surrounding Territory The Greatest Gift Enterprise Ever Inaugurated By Any Newspaper in a Town the Size of Mexia READ THE BIG LIST OP 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 MahoRany 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 BKSSMEMBi First Capital Prize Oliver, Nussbaum & Scharfi A Three Burner Jewel Gasoline Ran...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 April 1913

I R I I I ( Mexia Drug Co. "THE REXALL STORE." "Alta Vista," The Guaranteed Ice Cream. The Ice Cream served at our fountain i« made by the Alta Vista Creamery Co., Ft. Worth and is Guaranteed to be absolutely pure and wholesome. If any purchase ie not entirely aatisi'airtory you are re- quested to report same and have your money refunded. We are prepared to eelll you this Ice Cream in any qnanitiee and in any style on short notice. Have its lo send you up a gallon for the family, you will find it delicious. Also we are serving the best drinks to be had in the city, in fact we are the origioa'ors in our line. A trial from you von will be convinced. PHONE NO. 6. PHONE NO. « 10 THE TRADE MERCHANTS VOTES I have bought the J. W. Cla/rk stock of groceries and will <•<«) 't'inue the busi'meMi at tile old stand, next door nor h of Tkl- wbill's batlber whop, auid invite alll ol' my old time t'UMomtim and the pe<Kj)le in general to give me a ealll when in need' of staple aiiid faiiwy...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 April 1913

CUHmC C0Q6HS H I . ' fc-< lid t Is1 it I Are Being Cured by Vinol. Did you ever cough for a month? Then Just think how distressing tt must l>e to have a cough huug on (or three mouths. Mrs. Maria Primrose, of 87 Newell Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "1 had a very heavy cold which settled into a chronic oough, which kept me awake nights for fully three mouths, and felt tired all the tlm© because my rest was broken bo much, The effect of taking your cod liver and Iron rem- edy, Vinol, is that my cough is gone. I cnn now get a good night's rest, and I feel much stronger la every way." It Is the combined action of the medicinal elements, coda' livers, aided by the blood-making and stre igth- creating properties of tonic iron which makes Vinol so efficient In curing chronic coughs, colds and brouchltia —at the same time building up th« weakened, run-down system. Try a bottle of Vinol, with the un- derstanding that your money will te returned u ii uvea uui. uvlp you. MEXIA DBUO CO. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 April 1913

r/\ 17 ,-ip % s. See J. Sandluril Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO InsuraiMe, ne*ia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. Faaiteeatfa Year. ALEXIA, TEXAS, TIll!J{.SI)A V, APRIL 17, 1913. $1.00 Per Year. / BIG STUE (If illM CAS. ■* Dr. Drill Drops Into A Va.it Subterranean Cave of Natu- ral Gas and A Giant, Roaring (iasscr Is Unexpectedly Brought In. On account of serious Illness In Dr. Adams' fam- ily it was impossible for him to till his dates. Watch this space for his dates. He will be in «■ Mexia in the near future. He treats eye, ear, nose,] i throat and disease de- formities, cancers, facial blemishes, etc. He has treated more than 20,000 Texas citizens for said troubles. Will be in % •J Through the umrtatiii nig etffonU ol' i.Ir; National Maine Monument (Jotaiuitl.ee, of whiich General .lux. (Jront Wiilson i« Chairman, sub- seriiptions nunking feasible t.lin; ; project, were gathered finxm ev* j ery [>iw*t of the Niaitlon. I Sufficient funds for tine erec- iiou, of th,;; .Ma'in-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 April 1913

ONLY 2 MORE COURT HOUSE WORKING DAYS NEWS NOTES BIG POPULARITY CONTEST SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST CLOSES SATURDAY, FROM THE HALLS OF APRIL 19, 10 P M. JUSTICE The Bureau was formed as a result of t-hrt^ recent moveiuemt by real cstat< men ovetr the en- tire state for the elimination erf] ' bin**—sky amd other fake land j dealers. The undertakirug is a | worthy oix and deserves the sup-j I |w rt of the entire state. CONTESTANTS GET BUSY b'roui Groesbeck Journal. Marriage Licenses. Montgomery a>od Do Not Allow Rumors to Fright- en You From Winning Prizes That are Head- ed Your Way. Nathaniel Mary J ones. . Will Arrant aud Ada Watts. Geo. E. Oliver and Mary Bos- ley. . ' S. L. Tuck and Margaret Sims. Walter Sol ley amd Fnankie Wal ton. . Robert Cabamss and Etta lime the utmost importance tba>t all ^ ^ • Jackson and Katie eaiu.linlii.trs. and othero interested, | Rh°d«(. especially those <-mowam£5 out-! Ar* Kouldin and Emma WaJ- side of the city, read and weigh thall. every lime...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 April 1913

\ MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS By Gross r A ( HBfRy. VOW TMCi J ' in' DO* CWr \ vowyt plOWt To OA.*/ \ 6tf M **PSS.K WiTHl - 50 henry 11 ICV 6 c *V«TW ycu AS . ►vdvt s>o*u b> opp(^6 Tooey ves otAe^ ■mi ifiiTifi'^ innut & WHAT IS GARBAGE? A: & M. BULLETIN. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. Apropos to the Mayor's Procla- mation for "OLean-up Day" April 18th we publish the folJ ow- ing extract from tJie May j«mie of "The Designer" entitled, "It Grew and It Grew and It Grew:': /' "The civic activity which calls forth most general enthusiasm i« "Clean-up Day." Them the wo- men, am towns all over the State, get out with i-aikes and brooms, hammer and nails, trash cams and wagons, and extend their house- keeping to streets and alleys. In #omc of the towns where negro civic clubs have been organized there is the heartiest <;o-opera- tion from them. Certain towns even <diosie the places of bu inesis| on, this day. Clerks hurry home; Li very men lend their wagons; every on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 April 1913

HERALD III Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION One Year Six Mouths, .. Three Months, .. RATES. .. .. $ L.00. 50. Entered as secoud-class matter J .March 5. 1908, at the post of (tee at Mexia, Texas, under the aet of Con- gress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. $12.00. 9.00. 7.50. 6.00. 4.50. 3.50. - 1 Page 1 Issue .. .. Each Subsequent Issue. ^ Page 1 issue Each Subsequent issue, ^4 Page 1 issue Each Subsequent issue, Less Than On« Quarter Page. For first insertion—per Inch 20c. Each Subsequent issue—per inch lb cents. Readers per line—each Ibsus 5c. Discounts on yearly contracts. Kiuifr Alfonso of Spain lias e - tlinv u^wwin for the thri ixi | time. A short win.-* firod art him j last Stwwlu.v by an auardteist asnwi | ho Lisoiiipixl the buJidt by plung- j iuiiX hviis linjtfiso forward mm the j would be murderer gmutped tJv | bridle of hi* home. The shot j took off out in the horse's should-. it and the shooter was arrested j and jailed. Poip...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 April 1913

Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have urraiitft'il for western upital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate 'iirect to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans dosed at Alexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Local and Personal. Charlie Rich was over from Coolidge Sunday. W. II. WellLs lias «old his Max- well ruaaHxyiit to Mr. Ridden. Highest price paid for Hides, Wool and Beeawai. at Felz's. Reuben Ncoee was down ■from l)il|!||l|S TllCMlil.V II iff Jit. For Hale, Songfrum May.- .I. I'. IttHlU, north Sherman Street. Paul Nonman waa over from Kirven Sunday visiting his fam- ily. Miss IteiLen Mycins has return- ed from a few days visit m Nav- aaoia. Dr. Goolsby has received his new auto and was ouit driving it Sunday. Jesse Deimin/g w;us down from Greenville Sunday visiting his family. For Sale, some choice milch cows and young calves.—W. L. MSlburn. Miss Julia, Ste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 April 1913

«• V I I r $3,000inPrizes Given Away To the Popular and Energetic Ladies of Mexia and rv ■ •' - - Surrounding Territory 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 V oung 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 & Scharft A Three Burner Jewel Gasoline Kange, value $27.50. Contestant winning this priz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 April 1913

pboposeo amendivli_i. . 10 the State Constitution Provicini AM State, District, County and Pre olnct Officers Within This Statt Shall be Compensated by the Pay- ment of a Fixed Salary. (H, J. It. No, 41.) A Joint Resolution. Of tin1 heglHlature of the State of Tex- as, proposing an amendment to tlie Constitution of the Stale by adding to Article 10 thereof a new sectiou to be known as Section 58, provid- ing for the tenure and compensa- tion of public officials. Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Texas: Section 1. That there be lidded to Article 16 of the Constitution of the 6tate of Texas a new section to be known as Section 58, which shall read as follows: Section 68. All State, district, coun- ty and precinct officers within the State of Texas shall hereinafter be compensated by the payment of a sal- ary to be fixed or provided for by the Legislature. Sec. 2. The (JoVernor of this State will, as directed by the Constitution, ■lake publication of this proposed amend...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 April 1913

p?\. Si 7*1 CITATION BY PUBLICATION. * MW 6MMIC CQU6RS Are Being Cured by Vinol. Did you ever oough for a month? Thou just think how distressing it muBt he to have a cough hang on for three months. Mrs. Maria Primrose, of 87 Newell Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "1 had a very heavy cold which settled Into m chronic oough, which kept me •wake nights for fully three mouths, and felt tired all the time because my rest was broken so much. The effect of taking your cod liver and iron rem- edy, Vinol, is that my cough 1b gone. I can now get a good night's rest, and 1 feel much stronger in every way." Tt is the combined action of the medicinal elements, cods' livers, aided by the blood-making and strength- creating properties of tonic iron which makeB Vinol so efficient in curing chronic coughs, colds and bronchitis —at the same time building up the •weakened, run-down system. Try a bottle of Vinol, with the un- derstanding that your money will be returnod if it does not help you, MEXIA DR...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 April 1913

Part Two THE MEXIA WEEKLY HERALD 'April 17 X7 ' i i V> | Begins Friday, April 18th, At 8:30 Sharp We offer you in this Bis Peremptory Sale none but dependable merchandise—the Stan- dard Karner & Phillips Quality- taken from our regular stocks of Spring and Summer Goods. And bear in mind -any article you may buy in this sale—no matter how little you may pay for it—carries our Guarantee of SATISFACTION to YOU. We cannot possibly enumerate our entire stock in a price-list of this size. It would require a catalogue five times larger to even make an attempt to justly describe the host of bargains offered in this Peremp- tory Sale. It is only the person that makes a visit to our store, who can get a correct idea of the enormous stock of unusual bar- bains we offer you in this sale. 1 f you can possibly arrange to attend this sale—it. will certainh pay you to do so. Distance makes no difference. It is well worth a trip of a hundred miles to attend this sale, for the savings you make...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 April 1913

M: > l Rl f Kainet & PhlHips Paremplory Sals Begins Friday, April ilia !81ti, Cwiliwas ICLOTHING Every Suit of Clothes--every pair of Pants--in fact every piece of Men's and Boys' Clothing in our stock goes in this Sale at Big Reductions. If you need a new suit of clothes, an extra pair of pants, then you will do well to take advantage of these OVERALLS MENS' PANTS Sale prices: BOYS SUITS $8.50 Boys Suits mow $5.25 $7.50 Boys Suiits now $5.00 $6.50 Boys Suits now $4.65 $6.00 Hoi's Suits now JR4-.3K $5.00 Boys Suits now $3.65 $4.00 Boys Suiits now $2.95 BOYS PANTS $2.25 Kiniekerbockers now $1.79 2.00 Knickerbockers now $1.59 1.75 Knickerbockers now $1.39 1.50 Knickerbockers now $1.20 1.25 Knickerbockers now 95^ 1.00 Knickerbockers now 79<0 EXTRA SPECIAL—We have a Lot of forty pairs of boys straight paints, sold at $1.00 and $1.25, sizes nine to fouvteeen— take your pick of the bunch as lonjg as the lot lasts at the pair only ; 25<* BOYS SHIRTS SHIRTS at 79^—the shirts in...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 April 1913

Selling Days. Entire Stock on Sale at Tremendous Reductions. id Dress Goods Suiting-s. JUAs you know we carry a very complete line of silks and Dress Goods, and our en- tire stock, all kinds, all grades will go in this Peremptory Sale at greatly reduced VOILE at 35r' -This lot contain# prices. You will certainly do well to lay .!!!!!',',.k. in a whole seasons supply of dress goods while you can get them at such low prices. IS FOULARDS at 35c—they come in good assortments of pretty colorings-sold at 50c--they go in this Peremptory Sale at 35c ULARDS at 45c -these fancy Fou- ds are beautiful quality, only 6 patterns this lot—formerly sold at 65c—this lot goes in this Peremptory Sale" at the — J it yULLKX ' ,§Li IS at ne :k, )0. lie fee t-< ty -I )c 20 id r- K- rd 9c i oing ition now We oose 5 .65+ " mailt' ity of 1.65 tylisli if row all to |jrice; yotii" e.35 lot - >1.95 FOULARDS at 65c—these are very fine quality of Foulards, the Cheny make—all tne wanted colors in this lot. Th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 April 1913

m "UAvtatmax deduced. Hosiery J mum LADIES SLIPPERS WHITE PUMPS—this white diuek pump is made of excell- ent material, lias patented at- tachable bow, three different hows come with each pair— they sold at $2.50, Peremptory sale price the pair . $1.95 "WHITE CANVAS SHOES at $2.65—these shoes are made o* fine grade of canvas, sold regular at $3.50, they go in this Peremptory Sale at the pair $2.65 TAN BUTTONS at $2.35— these are exceptional values— real worth $3.00, take them in this Peremptory sale at the pair $2.35 WHITE OXFORDS at $2.95 —hortfh the but/ton and pump styles in this lot, they are the Dorothy Dodd make, are very fine qu&Mty white merceriz- ed cloth, sold regular at $3.50, they go in this Peremptory Sale at the pair .. .. $2.95 PRINCESS SUPS at 79c — these princess slips are made of mice quality lomgclotih, neat- ly trimmed, they sell in a reg- ular way at $1.00 Peremptory Sale price, each 79£ PRINCESS SLIPS at 98c— these slips are made of splen- did quality nainso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 April 1913

See J. Sand/ui-d Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insuraw**;, flfrrfia, t exas. % \ The Mexia Weekly Herald oUrteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THI'RSDAV. APRIL 1't l!U i. $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. Hie will R be . in Mexia in the near future. He treats eve. 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. / V COURT DOUSE NEWS NOTES SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE From UruesLtock Journal. County Court—Criminal. (A. M KllU'k.m.iPl Jii/taral The following caises have been dikjpoised of since last week: Malksa. Masaengull, pixwtftlu- tion, fined $1.00. Nathan Tucker, assault, fined $5.00. Ja&per Ward, Jr., assault, fin- ed $5.00. Marsh Brown, injuring person- al prop...

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