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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 April 1913

i' ' '' PRICE'S Cream BAKING POWDER Pure, Healthful, Dependable Its active principle solely grape acid and baking soda. It makes the food more delicious and whole- some. The low pncGuy lew grudc powders put alum or lime phosphates in the food. Ask Your Doctor About That THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ona Year, $1.00. Six Months 60. Thr«e Months 26. Entered as second-class matter -March 6, 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con- ■raaa of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. * Page 1 Issue 7.50. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 4.00. % Pace 1 lsaue 4.60. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 3.60. Less Than Ona Quarter Pag*. Ftor first insertion—par Inch 20c. Cach Subsequent issue—per inch It cents. Readers per line—each issue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. Pope Pius X is about to got well aund thus prove that hifc diw&m meaat something after all. o Oil riga are...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 April 1913

MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS By Gross ' tl£u0, Ju'i WHA r ' rit <fco "' * «<] v,MO v/PThl^ *N0 Th'W « € Th- *Ct — >u Bt . N T>cr ret n A P T* o m • v* Sor. u • v it*A^H#V **'«« x-Pet. ^ ^"°*V "* * T" <-<XX CK-Trl *"">f *<- • t«-▼ TwAT r<-o«.T PnONf &££ « Oji OP CiCDtr ll PC f- K, ^0*6 Cj ">*{ ypK TAut,^ W trovi V 0K>-T I'HHG rr^s J~Y •?. T2222Et w <T I •V m *■ VISIT 10 THE BIG GASSER r.'v-' - WACO PEOPLE GO TO MEXIA AND LEARN OF THE PROVEN FIELD. Hp' —(HrctdAaJv'..'' Not Ready to Open. Negotiations For a Pipe Line to This City. That the people of Mexia have struck a proven field of' natural gam La convincing to hose who have promoted th'£' "development to such an extent that th«yare. witting to go $10,000 more on the proposition, is the repost o£> the Waco citizens who returned,., yes- terday afternoon from the <?$$e of the big gasser, but T^ie'^fwdanB are also convinced and are confi- dent that sooner or lat«r<it means g<...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 April 1913

—,'4f • Only 5 More Days Friday, April the 25th, Saturday, April the 26th, Monday, April the 28th, Tuesday, April the 29th And Wednesday, Aprii 30th, Is the Last Day of the Big Sale. Is Now in pull & wing—The Big Sal<Started off with a rush last Frid vast crowds of enthusiastic shoppers thronged the store, and 011 Saturday, my! you juft ougf t to h had—the store was so full of people that there was hardly a foot of available floor space 1 the next 5 days selling promises to be even larger. This is a sale of enormous proportions, invo ving 01 we intend to reduce our stock at least $20,000.00 in this Peremptory Sale and these Imnke^, mammoth stock is going in this Sale at positively the lowest prices ever made 011 dependabn'goods 5 days. Come in before the sale closes and supply your needs for the spring and summr at pr $1.00 SHIRTS at 79<~ Biff line of laundered, shirts and soft shirts in this lot, ttaey sold at $1.00—take your pack of the lot in this Peremptory Sale at eac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 April 1913

last Friday morning, and things have been on the move ever since. All day long on Friday lgl t to have seen the crowds==it was the biggest crowd, and the biggest selling day we ever 1 the whole store. The entire first 6 selling days have gone way over the mark, and the ivo|ving our entire $60,000.00 stock of new and seasonable goods. As we told you at first, r^:es we have put oh the goods are doing the work. And Remember everything in our goods. All prices listed on the first circular we sent you will hold good during the next at prices that will mean a saving to you of 15 to 50 per cent. ***** WJf bn^ro ne \ Per Cent on Your i Soring* Bill at These 'PEREMPTORY Sale Prices. V.:, Greatest Reductions Ever Known on Silks A r\A fwvdc==We have put the knife to prices—former costs L/I C33 sideration—we mean to reduce our stock of sill* and selling prices are not taken into con- silks and dress goods, and these low prices are certainly doing the work. Remember everv yard of silk and every ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 April 1913

WWSS- ■ ST''" jaw MIOPMED AMENDMEN i jhI the Stat* Comtltutlon Prov.dnu AM 8tate, District, County and Pre •Inct Officer* Within Thie State Shall b« Compensated by the Pay' mailt of a Fixed Salary. tH. J. K. No. 41.) A Joint Itesolutlon. Ol the Legislature of the State ui Tex- as, proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the Slate by adding to Article 16 thereof a new serilon to be known as Section 58, provid- ing tor the tenure aud compensa- tion of public officials Be it reBolved by the Legislature of the State of Texas: Section 1. That there be added to Article 16 of the Constitution of the ®tat.e of Texas a new section to t>e known as Section 58, which shall read as follows: Section 58. All Slate, district, coun- ty and precinct officers within the State of Texas shall hereinafter bo compensated by the payment of a sal- ary to be fixed or provided for by the Legislature. Sec. 2. The Governor of this State will, as directed by the Constitution, wake publication of this pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 April 1913

Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loann on Keal Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans clotted at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. MrK. V. Wolvf>rton aawl daugh- ter. Mrs. E. T. Mea6<!il«, have rt- tiiii-ned from a virsi t in Waaa* ha*hie and (lurswajia. ' he riij> is being moved' to a point iabout four hundred yards north oi the gascr and another well will be atarted in a few (lays. II. Sorensem itirKl daughter, Miss Kate, and Mins Mary Han- sel went up to I Aallas Wednesday moroiing. Work on the jnpo line from the l>ig gas wi'l'l to town will be- gin in u few <l;i.,V«, andt ban we can all get a whaek at the fuel. I'he building for the wteam laundry has been completed and | <w>mpain is now ready for the machinery, which willl be iiM.silnili]e<l r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 April 1913

" - - y*v . ' y*n¥' ■ .. v lK* ' •> ;,s: ■ A MESSAGE To Feeble Old People. As one grows old the waste of the uystem becomes more i-upkl than re- pair, the organs act. more slowly anil less effectually than In youth, the cir- culation is poor, the blood thin and digestion weak. Viuol, our delicious cod liver and Iron tqnic without oil, Is the ideal strengthener and body-builder [or old folks, for it contains the very ele- ments needed to rebuild wasting ti - ssues and replace weakness with strength. Vinol also fortifies the sys- tem against colds and thus prevents pneumonia. A grandneioe of Alexander Hamil- ton, over eighty years of ago, once remarked: "Vinol is a godsend 'o old people. Thanks to Viuol, 1 have a hearty appetite. Bleep soundly, feel acllV't* iifili' wen.—ii i* I'm* iini'.si. iuuii. end strength-creator I have ever used." If Vinol fails to build up the fpoble old people, and create strength, we wll' return your money. MIXIA DRUG CO. Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 May 1913

Lib, See J. Sand lord Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO lnsura*««e, fleitia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. Fourteenth Year MEXIA, TJQXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 1, VJV.i $1.00 Per Yew. i Watch This Space FOR DR. ADAMS' DATES AT Mexia fiKl • v> • COMMERCIAL HOTEL v;SOON ) / ■± i \ 'J i : - . . - .. r,. M ft «f ; • • K/y \ Air*co <*1*1 c z mtrcuT*izr\ . Makes Home Baking Easy. Gives nicer, better food than baker's. There is no baking powder like it for hot biscuit, hot breads and cake. Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar. "Copyright 1912" Combining - beauty, grandeur and iisefullnews a mi representing the j>atanif)Jti« devotion of loyal Texaris to the memory of the pio- neers who fought for and won liberty, the A iamo Heroes* Monu- ment. to be erected in San An- tonio on grouund hallowed by the blood of the fortress' defenders who preferred death to surrender will be one of the greatest works ever undertaken in Texas. Its graceful lines that emphasize rather than conceal. the rugged...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 May 1913

11,000 Demonstration Farms in 215 Counties In Texas Industrial Congress Contest From 1746 students of better farm- While this remarkable growth taa Mille at the same time increasing She log in 161 counties of the State in been the reBult primarily of the siim- acr-a^e yield, hence Its nlogun, 1911, the Texas Industrial Congress ulus caused by the prize otfor, this "Smaller farms; ltettpr farming." The has steadily Increased this number to Inducement to uso brains as well as enrollment of nearly 11,000 contest- 10,869 in 2J5 counties in 1913. brawn In crop production, is recog- ants in this yetir's competition means Unique among associations for agrl- tilsed by thinking men as but i>n inci- that many demonstration farms in as outturn] development, the Congress, dent for the purpose of accomplishing many neighborhoods, Intensively cul- toy offering $10,000 in gold annually tho real object of the Congress, which tlvated by 11,000 farmers who are for the best yields of specific crops...

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

'W ' •* ' ■> 3 /Vs N/ ■r'J MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS By Gross BUT ■£>*£ OfcfER *> TLt 'CO«V*.iDCK *T!ON i HCACO torjc TH*r •5C<*(0« 0 tut* a, fiZiLT™' ««"«<«**•* «*« THUVT Ca*t Be thc S l/S 4h( w« &0)M. Tq ^ C LO0 1C« TIH& JO-IVl fcrH-J- > TH ot^ p THU^P vYiries Duo <? 6 if P J V , 25ZQS3S X COST OF LIVING Washington., April 22.—An im- mediate cMt'of $y00,000,000 ill the gowt of living—eventually u slash otf half a billion. That is what the Democratic leaders of the — ' House believe the income tax will do for the American people. The relief promise by the Demo- cratic party for the terrible pres- sure of the costs of tiie necessi- ties of life seems to be at hand- Only experience will revead the full benefit to the public of the pu/blic of the income tax. The annual saving over the counter® of the nation's grocery store**, butcher shops and clothing em- porium is expected, ultiinately to reach $500,000,000. Same of the more sanguine regard e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 May 1913

r5™ w$- THE HERALD published Ev ry Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. RATES. .. .. *1.00. 50. 26. SUBSCRIPTION On* Year Blx Months Three Months, .. i DISAPPOINTMENT PICK OUT THE HAD ONES Entered as second-class matter Kirch 6, 1908, at the postofftce at ii«tu Texas, under the act of Con grwa of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 Issue *12.00. Bach Subsequent issue. .. 9 00. Mi Page 1 Issue 7.50. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. * Page 1 Issue 4.60. Each Subsequent Issue, . ■ 3.50. NATIONAL CITIZENS LEAGUE. The National Citizens League for the Promotion of a Sound minium System is ain organiza- tion of business men, bankers and fanners, having its headquarters at 223 West -Jackson boulevard, Chicago. It hits no bill for bitank- ing reform. It has not espoused any plan. It stands ready, it an* nounees, to endorse any measure which is sound fundaiftenfrailly, and promises to remove the han- dicaps under which the American business man does business today It has 10,000 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 May 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 Kenl Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans rlosed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rate* with pre- payment privileges, W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Little Miss Marianne Loving of DalLa.s, who Ls visiting rela- tivc« in Teague, spent Saturday and Sunt lay here visiting her cousin, Miss Dorothy Parker. Mf. Mrs. Liston Tatum of Corwi- cama. is in the city visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,T. R. Corfey. For Sale, Songhum Hay.—J. P. BeB, north Sherman Street. Bob Germany is down from Dal/la.s visiting his mother ajnd brothers. W. J. Bryant was down from Worth am for his regular Sunday visit. i>? " -• Highest price paid for Hides, Wool and Beeswax at Fete'a. Mrs. W. M. White entertained the Friday Olub Saturday after- noon at a picnic at the old wa- ter works tank. The SJtiAekleford &...

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

... p* MOPOACD AMENDM i the State Constitution Pro d n All 8tate, District, County and Pre •Inct Officers Within This State • hall be Compensated by the Pay mant of a Fixed Salary {1L J. K. No. 41.) A Joint Resolution. (X the Legislature ot the Stale of Tex- as, proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State by adding to Article 16 thereof a new section to be kuown as Section 5N, provid- ing for the tenure aud compensa- tion of public officials. Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Texas: Section 1. That there be added to -Article 16 of the Constitution of the Btate of Texas a new section to be known as Section 58, which shall read as follows: Section 58. All State, district, ™uu- ty and precinct officers within the Btate of Texas shall hereinafter be «ompensated by the payment of a sal- ary to be fixed or provided for by the Legislature. Sec. 2. The Governor of this State will, as directed by the Constitution, make publication of this proposed amendment in the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 May 1913

ft \ , - , 'fit: 4 -'.V ■ • ; CANDIDATES FOR MAY QUEEN * V-' ■, Fodloiuig are Ui-e innninetti for May Queen, Yon can gel votes at out; cent catch at the Mexia Drug Store and from any of the Civic League ladies. Remember, the proceeds of this contest will go to the Cemetery Assoc i a: iom, so yon should vote liberally: Ruth Goodman Mary Eleanor McKenzie Mattie R. Watson Helen Lewis Sallie IVi'gilly mmry Auuu Smith Corinne Desenberg Will Etta White Frederika Karner Mar Ilia Corley Gay Prcudenjast s Ernestine Alderman Dorothy Parker Mamie Kennedy Ruth Jackson Dessie Earner Gussie Stevens Josia Newman. Teffis Camp Mary McDaniel Ida Adair Mary Beth Alderman Rhoda Mae Stephens Georgia Goodman Mary Ilitt . _ J FamEill Jackson Lucille Denning Miss Arbuckle - Daphne Camp Luciille Jackson Christine Kendrick Ann/ie Lou Karner ' Helen Meyers Louise McDaniel Mary Forrest Minnie Cogdell Cozette Fau-st. GOOD ROADS A gold modal to tilt; school boy or girl between the ages of 10 and 15 who writes th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 May 1913

* * ' "FlfifiEDW WOMEN Will Find a Helpful Suggestion In This Letter. Overworked, run-down, "fagged out" women who (eel as though they could hardly drug about, should profit by Mian Ulchter's experience. She 6ay«: "Last winter I was completely ruu down and felt fagged out all the time, was nervous and had indiges- tion. "One of my friends advised me to take Vlnol, and It has done nie great good. The tired, worn-out lVellng la all gone, and 1 am strong, vigoious and well. The stomach trouble soon disappeared and now 1 eat heartily and have perfect digestion. 1 wish every tired, weak, nervous woman could have Vlnol, for 1 never spent any money in my life that did me so much good as that 1 spent for Vluol." Marie Rtchter, Detroit, Mich. Thousands of women and men ■who were formerly weak and sickly owe their present rugged health to the wonderful strength-creating effects of Vlnol. We guarantee Vlnol to huilil yon un and make you strong. If it does not. we slve back your money, MIXIA DR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 May 1913

7"! ■it IT See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insuratrce, rie*ia, lexaa. Fourteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, .May 8. 1913, The Mexia Weekly Herald. \ $1.00 Per Year. t c yv.-r v.si ■!%' Watch This Space FOR COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. From Groesbeck Journal. County Court—Criminal. (A. M. Blackmon, Judge) Buster Toney, carrying pistol, fined $100. Lum MrClurt-, carrying pistol, fined $100. 1 r- : • i /■<}' * - j? Marriage Licenses. Hilly Huggins to Alice Mooney- han. Wm. Presley to Edna Coker. Tom Norton to Pauline Hall. Will Williams to Mary Jones. 'I sham Rol>inson to Bettie Whit- aker Henry Wright to Sadie (Gard- ner. Cullin Smith to Mary Pattersor THE MEXIA i POPULATION OF WEEKLY HERALD! EIMESIONE CO. Sworn Circulation 2049 Copies Weekly. A Splendid Ad- vertising Medium. AS SHOWN BY THE LAST GENERAL CENSUS. Making District Court. (S. M. Garrett, Clerk) Cases Filed: April 14.—C. C. Watson v.s. J. B. Thompson. Br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 May 1913

THE HERALD I tvsry Ttiwrvtfay. N. P. HOUX, Kilter and Pr**rt«tcr. SUBSCRIPTION OM YMT MS Months Tkr*e Months. .. HATE* .. .. fl.M. W. 26. woman nursing the btbe and he issued the pardon on his own mo- tion stating that he <fi<l not think it a good policy to keep the wo- man in prison any longer'on ac- count of the baby. MOTHERS' DAY ■stored ti MMnd-cUM matter Jtaro* 6. 1908. at Uk« poatoftlce at Texas, under the act of Con- of March 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. Page 1 issue 112.00. Subsequent issue. .. 9.00. to Pace 1 issue ?-60. Barh Subsequent issue, .. <1.00, % Page 1 issue *.&0. IT—- Subsequent issue. .. 3.60. Lee* Than One Quarter Paae. For first insertion—per inch 80c. Hack Subsequent Issue—per Inch IS eeats. Readers per line—each issue 6c. Discounts oa yearly contracts. The Auiarillo New** remarks that Gail Borden is doubtless; of opinion that the stories about hiis j willful, young daughter were, not ! sufficiently eondenfled.—Houstoi |Pdst. Got the cream ot' the...

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

m W A •THE LADIES ARE L DECORATED VEHICLE PA RADE. TWO HANDSOME LOVING CUPS ARE PRIZES. MAY QUEEN ELECTION Neighboring Friends are Invited to Participate in the PeU. ;i ff The Civic League and other la- dies of Mexia are uiiing every ounce of their valuable strength to make tlhe May Day Festival, May 20th and 2I t the (grandest two eventful'days in foe History of Mexia, and when these lpdiies start the work, it 'is surfr 'to' eiuli in success surrotandbd in k lialo ■ "of glory. The Decorated Vehicjte Parade will be on4; of th'<^ nftted 'affairs of Che'ivtajjrli> W,'^Hivjafr, , and! to xnako it' nii iMrfhtiy^ for < all of our local owners of Aut!os and other Vehicles 1o use their *; artistic -talent, such.« ,We know they have for the beautiful, two handsome Loving (jhip^, ]ipj>TQ>pri-. ately engraved will be the first and second prizes for the Deco- rated Vehicles. 'Another -st-aVt1* ling feature will be* the Children* parade, in white dresses, with cot ors and pennant...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 May 1913

w I* ■ 4. ) \ .r" H The Following Merchants will give Special Bargains on May 20th arvd 21st Norman Dry Goods Co. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, ETC. Our $15.00 Tailoring Line a Specialty for TRADES DAY ONLY Club Cafe ^ i •* * "a good place to eat" OPEN DAY ANi) NIGHT r •%!'■<* ^\\e "Ntma. "\)0ee.\d^ JjEE US FOR Clubbing Rates With / Dallas Semi-Weekly News Houston Semi-Weekly Post Ft. Worth Semi-Weekly Record - ' Texas'Farm ami Ranch Hollands Magazine We can save yovi money in Yoxir Reading Matter. J. W NORTHCUTT 4-1 b Bucket Coffee, Value $1.00 and up..' 0c BULK COFFEE 4-lbs $1.00 Save Your Money and Buy Coffee and Molasses from me Groceries "Pa.\ "ft. $>owes DRY GOODS—CLOTHING—SHOES— ETC Special Famous "SWEET ORR" Overalls. #1.00 kind at 85c Ladies Oxfords and Shoes, §1.50 and $1.75 grade $1.20 R, J. ELLINGTON The Oldest Real Estate Man in Mexia Buys and Sells Real Estate and does a general Realty Commission Business KOR LOANS. ETC.. IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE HIM "FveTv&ev^&am...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 May 1913

' I 'mm PKiIm v II the departments of Domestic xiibitions. Most attractive prizes in all lines of Merchandise The Following Merchants will give Special Bargains on m K2MJ and 21st j Lei Us Help You; It's Pari of Our Business if you are planning on building, and are figuring what the material will cost you, come in and let us help you figure it out; we are accus- tomed to that sort of work avid can tell you in a few minutes what it will cost you. J. R. NEECE LUMBER CO Headquarters for Screen Wire, Screen Doors and Windows. FOR MAY DAY 1-3 Off CO. Sch ulz—Bitting DRUGGISTS Mexia, Texas 10 per cent off on all TOILET ARTICLES these days only Years of Experience and a Complete Stock gives u Exceptional ad- vantages to twrve you INTKLLIIiKNTLY and K A T1S F A CTOKIT.,Y Prescriptions a Specialty Just received a Targe stock of F'ishitig Poles, .3 Sizes. Complete.Line of Fishing Tackle always in stock. A KinCDCnM nfiUL.njv/fV CI I D M ITII DC I Ul\l*l I UAL. :£hibits===All Exhibits in the Ci...

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