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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 May 1913

r r _r, i 11 THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION Oiiu Year Six Mouths Three Months, .. RATES. .. .. 11.00. 50. 25. NEW HOPE ITEMS1 PATRIOTISM ALIVE "\V(> in-,, havint; .yMiie nice whiuu ! MEXIA DOING THINGS LOOK; weather art prramt. LIKE A CITY. Entered as .March 6. 190*. ltexia, Tex its ■TC8H of March 3, 1879. second-clans matter at the poatofflce atjiniak ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Issue. .. 9.00. ^4 Page 1 Issue 7-50. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. %. Page 1 Issue 4.50. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 3.50. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first insertion—p«r Inch 20c. Each Subsequent issue—per inch 16 cents. Readers per line—each issue 5c. Discounts on yearly contract*. < Tups are thpiviug i/ii this hoc*] t>w*11. Mf 'Stranmuis and home folks are If (anyone wants work, just i talkiug alvout Alexia amd tlie>te|pir- yt known to t,lu> fuaittter* «f it of pr< gr«.t*sj\x>(rMttK .shown in tli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 May 1913

K ' Ki j'.SK ; ^Tbe Pairiol Shoe, i >^or Business Mei? them. lif > --/si faES * fliaj Sib | *£f h-JBJ m M . p'i .l#g®P I V'vl::v:i Si toSj fwfik hUHN ia|| ; I !# The 'Patriot" stands out conspicuously the ideal shoe for the busy man who demands style, perfect fitting qualities, and good service in his shoes. The tremendous output of their 23 big "Star Brand" factories—over 15,000,000 patrt of sjiioes per vear —enables them to sell shoes for less money than it "costs the average manufacturer to make What they save in manufacturing is put into c,\tra quality. The "Patriot" is made in their finest factory by a big force of ex- perts picked from an army of 10,000 skilled shoemakers. The special hand work on each pair places it in the "custom made" class. The style shown — No. 1364 — is made of the finest tan calf skin over the new "Aero" last. It is the same style and grade sold in the lar«e cities at $5.00 and $6.00. The "Patriot" sells at $4.50 to.$5.00, according to style and l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 May 1913

WEIL NUMBER THIRTEEN Bigger, Better Than Fver—Thirteen and Friday Are a Ltickv Combination RAPID RISE rSTEEL SHOT TO CUT STONE U H Mud and Stones Thrown One Hundred Fee: in The Air and Timbers are Blown From the Top of the Sixty Five Foot Derrick. The rapid riso of iJie Tyleir (Jomnveiredal College of Tyler, Tex iai public favor i« aho-wro by I ftnometntdkyuft mwniber of ntm- ilicritK fpojn ovMr Iva-ll the in the 1 'irimn. Giriwl- nates off- 1 tiiics Cannons 'wstittutLoui hoM'hutf <^hwI >salarii<id po«i.tiio#>S ivm rciciii'viiD^; emormoiuia «1 ivtidjerwlis ,ku the S th*£- j«wi o«.rt only r v IB - Rilg LwMdl i Does Better Work Than Either Sand or Emery, and Has Been Found to Be Far More Lasting, It is popularly supposed that tho sawing of stone into slabs or blocks in done bv sand and waler beneath sortie suitable too). But sand and emery have been abandoned in favor of chilled steel shot. Steel sljot is now made so bard that it cannot be bruised or crushed under the heav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 May 1913

. I Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS .. .. niadi VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT j car. AND EXTENDED. Air. aud Mrs. Tom Mvans aainl sister, Miw l.iila and Mrs. \. I*. I f<>11x and son. ArVin VisHod ^Irs. DIRE DISTRESS R. I in T. Kennedy and other fricnkls (iroetsbcok Sunday. They the trip in Mrs. lloiix have arranged for western '.■apital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Keal Estate 'lirect to borrowers. Inspec- • tlons made bv me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privilege*. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Smith will entertain a htrti.se painty diur- t ing the May Fete and CarnivaJ. They wilfl have aw guests, Mr. and Mns. T. Sanford Giitohs of 'hilliieothe, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allison of Oorsicana, Mr. and Mrs. N. E, Mead or of Houston, Mr. and Mns. W. B. L/unia of Dallas aud Mr. Joss* H. Jooeis of Houston. We think the McCormick Mow- er® and Binders are the Best ou the market. We want to sell...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 May 1913

, ¥'v ! V ' ■ •- 'H ■ ■ ,/ ■ ;-T DOW TO RESIST citation by publication. Chronic Coughs and Colds. Strong, vigorous men and women inrdly ever catch cold; It's only when the system Is run down and vitality low that colds and coughs get a foot- hold. Now Isn't It reasonable that the right way to cure u cough is to build up your strength again? Mrs. Olivia Parham, of East Dur- j ham, N. C., says: "1 took Vinol for a I chronic cough which had lasted two years, and the cough not only disap- peared. but It built up my strength as well." Tup .canon vinol is so ' fficaeious in j such cases is because it contains in a delicious concentrated form all the medicinal curative elements of cod liver oil, with tonic, blood-building Iron added. Chronic coughs and colds yield to Vinol because it builds up the weak- ened, run-down system. You can get your money back any time if Vinol does not do all we say. MIXTA DKUQ CO. Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST j2g Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Phones—O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 May 1913

-'wl! ' W. m See J. Sandiord Smith lor FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant. ne*ia, Iexa . The Mexia Weekly Herald. MB & Fourteenth Year. MJGXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 2!), 1918. $1.00 Per Year. Central Texas Summer Normal court house news HELD AT TEAGUE, TEXAS JUNE 9, TO JULY 31 Instructions will be given in all the sabjeis required for the various grades of state «•<• rt iri • <*ates. Both Series of Examinations. Strong Lecture Course has been provided. Reduced Rates, from all points in Texas on sale June the 8th and 0th. and Juh 2nd and JJrd. FA < TITTY: Superintendent David li. Hihhetts, ('endue tor, Teague, Texas. J. C. Williams, President of Westminster College, Tehuacaha, Texas. Superintendent 0. E. Dean. Worthaiu, Texas. Principal H. <). Rennett, Rutfalo, Texas. Miss ('allie Tot ten, Abilene. Texas. Miss Helen Saunders. Teague, Texas. Eiss Effie E. Whiteliand, Austin, Texas. Miss Ella H. Davis. Teague Texas. For Bulletin of D.tailed Information Write to D. R. HIBBE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 May 1913

' >?,:KA''"' ;>':V "" • v.-<\ • • ' ; V • ... _ For SeJe RS* Nice East Front 6=roorn house with 3 lots, best location in the city for S3,500. Nice Residence lot on Ross Ave- nue, east front $250.00, $10.00 cash $10.00 per month. Jess McLendon MEXIA, TEXAS at; IVEST TIAC. Put Soa\e 'A\onev In Our B^nk. ' right 1WM. br C When the crops are in and tht profits of the farm can be counted in money the time to start a bank account is ripe, by doing so you may conduct yoji Ti«rm as everv good business isjconducted. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000, Jos. NussbiumPres. V, (.. \lnr. hv v"«: Surplus i vitl Muryhy. ('a#mer P?'" ■ J- t#ff| Hrf i <0*00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000*****0000 "PTVtvUTS TdwYvtaV Z'\rz ""^exas The above namedjafsociation wu.- founded by the printer- of Texas solely for their benefit. It insures their plants at HALF RATE to the old line companies. Each member guarantees to the other members its loss by fire or storm, as it i.* a .VICTUAL ASSO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 May 1913

Money to toao ON IMPROVE!) FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western .capital whereby I am enabled co make loans on Ken! Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions inade by me and loans dosed at MexiajfSwithout delay. Satisfactory ^ates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE. Lawyer /Vlexia. Texas Lill'ir Ktill'kCre and Bes- sie IliitKs lmvc rclnimifiil to their Ikiiihm m ILuiI'lMtrd afiter «. vruant '<► I'niiiiKt.s in our icitty. ' iAIrs. N. I'. H(*ux and w«n. A. I E. UlppwHon toured over to Waco I Kiridwy in t heir ito viwiit rt4la~ ; tiv««. , ALIms Eulali Sabulz vwiited hor | sisk'r, Mrs. I>r. ^'ylmrn ki OoqH> | iiiyc Friday. Mr*. J. W. Kiimoheloe is in * Waco attending the bedside of hey daughter. wlio is Mck. ■nra Local and Personai. Jess Palliiuer ajjd faaiudy went over to Hubbard Sunday im ithair car. 1 H1 I ft l'1 kk 1 HMUn.. I « W. C. 'Sebutts returned to his home dm FoTt Wonth aider a visit to rcftaitirvea1 here. We think the McCor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 May 1913

• 1 *• M *vT* ^ N y • 4 Fiv.i3p * it ■ ' V ROW TO RESIST CITATION by publication. . | Chronic Coughs and Colds. Strong, vigorous men and women li&rdly ever catch cold; It's only when the system is run down and vitality low that colds and coughs get a toot- "hold. Now isn't It reasonable that the right way to cure a cough is to build up your strength again? Mrs. Olivia Parham, of East Dur- kMti, N. C., says: "I took Vlnol for a chronic cough which had lasted two years, aud the cough not only disap- peared. but It built up my strength jlb well." The reason Vinol Is so efficacious In. such cases is because It contains in a delicious concentrated form all the medicinal curative elements of cod lhmr oil with tonic, blood-building Iron added. Chronic coughs and colds yield to "Vinol because It builds up the weak- ened, run-down system. You can get your money back any time If Vinol does not do all we say. MZXIA DBUCt 00. Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front; rooms over Parlor Drug St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 June 1913

T m J. baudluiil Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant, rte*ia, Texas. 1 % The Mexia Weekly Herald. Fourteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, TIlliaSDAV, JUNE 5, 1913. $1.00 Per Year. Kmi: -J mcourt house i) 4? r- • iff SOME ITEMS Ox'' .'N TEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE f atom ./?A 18 >in tiroesbeek Jouroal. District Ccni't (S. M. <farrelt, Clerk.) Cases filed—Civil: G. W> Si opllelus VS. J. T. tor. Trespass to try title. district coukt , District Court >na Juste: j Uitii, i/jtau which duite the grand j jury will commence their laib trx,; [bat there vyil1 not !>■• ro'.;u-t j la.r jury nut.il •( line 2*.ic<!. ! | Grand Jury. M. PRICE'S Cream i Dan Parker i i. Engiedow Goo Peyton M M Dickey Lumnie lihi'tiehart EautWKit Loach K'oIm-i-i;i Brown vs. Sum Brown Fml Holland OUR LEADER: "BOHN SYPHON." • WOT built for show aione but for all that utility that should be got out of good re= frigerators. Keep the food and drinks as cold and fresh as if they were at the frozen North P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 June 1913

F. r :*w-fc!7 . 7 • ' i V„"" ■ " \ f THE HERALD %-s. Cvary Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Cdltor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION Year Six Montha Three Month*. .. RATES. .. .. $1.00. 60. 26. Entered aa second-claea matter .March 6, 1908, at the poatofflce at ■taste. Texas, under the act of Con- of March 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Pace l laaue $12.00. Bach Subsequent Usue, .. 9.00. Pa*e l issue, 7.60. Bach Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. M Pace 1 issue 4.60. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 3.60. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first Insertion—per Inch 20c. Bach Subsequent Issue—per Inch li cents. Readers per line—each issue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. We do not pretend to apolo gize far the turkey trot, but we must insist that we cannot see juny barm in a "cante-lope. San Antonio Express. MM& >1 AS OTHERS SEE US. The Mexria News is devoting cothurnus of space in boosting that city, but irts advertising col- umns look like tlhie bottom of the meal barrel. Maj. Houx has the darkest circulatio...

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

wmssm. We arc huvingjaome nice wawni du-y weather at jaweeaut. I hope W( w,; Willi get u sliowi'V by S!td(,il(. Hl^| tlilS IN' III IH-lll't. ■■ f V. K-- . r j, g 'in. ti: />i ' . 11 WW* W ^ W-- m Tlw Singling Ok^HWfc aKleiraoon, also preaching by Itev. (ioiv. ,'Fhape will lie Service* Hie fifth SuimlMt\ of tlufs niolriiflt' e'otMlu«M- ed by Biro. (Jow. TJio siad mews was- received last Friday ufc th© death of ,Wyiiuim < 'lii'liMMi't, tlie win of F. M. Ohil- oowt rfeftctiug at Munger. Mir.' Clhiilleowt is a former resident of New Hope community and he bas many friend* here. William was loived by all'that knew liiim. His many friends join in extending our ihem.rti'eJt «ympatli;ie« to the bereaved ones. Everybody is invited to eome baeJf to New Hope the third' Sun- day, we expect some good sing- ers 1o be present. Mr. Williams of Mexia visited the Glass Sun- day, and also the residence of Mr. Radius Manning's, There wws a good delegation from Cross Roads Singling Class with lis. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 June 1913

COM i Begins Friday J 0 wi Days .J ■w. 10c Bleached Domestic 7%< Hope, the well known brand of bleached domestic, fuili yard wide while it lasts, the yard .. 7%^ JUST as the Summer days come upon us, right in the beginning of the season, we throw open our doors and welcome you t.] for it has been our custom for many years to hold one of these Clearing Sales every six months, when we go throuj that will move them in a Hurry, regardless of what the original price might have been, for they must go. We also take our c] You get to pick from one of the largest and best assorted stocks in Central Texas, and at prices that mean economy to you. you seize the opportunity. Come One. Come all, for we now offer you Bargains you will likely not have a chance at again sooj hoes - - Sh lour Bvm " I Jourl / ces e I v 12 Yards Cambric $1.00 A good 10c grade of yard wide Cambric, goes in this sale 12 yardls to the customer, $1.00 25c Table Damask 18< Atu extra niiice quality of Table Damask, che...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 June 1913

pm ffl . ■ . mmt t i loses Monds z^ra • |our^Big SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SALE. Hundreds, yes luindreds of people have been waiting patiently for this Big Sale, | our store and throw out all of our surplus stock, odd lots and miscellaneous ossortments, and mark them down to prices jcest goods and mark them down to prices that will astonish you, we have held back nothing, it all goes at a big reduction. re hand you below a list of some of the things we offer you, many more awaits you here. They are yours for taking, will Our store is Brimming full of good things, see for yourself. >es - - Shoes Cut Shoes, so for this season, but owing to the late arger than we would like for it to be this time of the it at least 20 per cent. Therefore, in order to do this You are no doubt familiar with the well known id (DOROTHY DODD) for Ladies. We have them in id Nu-buck, in all the latest toes and lasts. Seeing is TDiMkfrn iniiviivicu Hats 3 v.. .j ill RSt I ml] 03 !0 O >9 |r| |'iUtlH |l0c. SHOE...

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

( \ improved PAS- SENGER SERVICE first class passenger trains to be f ut on the cut ctf, Office of Iv ii I road L oluiiiissiiua of 1 exas. Austin, Texas, May -24, iftlj.—Mexia-Nolleva Division li. & T. 0. li. 11. Proposition to require regular passenger train •servniee. Also depot facilities at (dairies and Meca. Hearing No. 1385. ' I'1' 4.vb*0'V£ miwiKtmAfl om/l titled caiu.se having bean called fop bearing by the Commission at its May Term, 1913, in (pursuance of notice duly given therein, and the respondent railroad company uppeairiuig by its duly authorized representatives, and tihe Com- mission having heard the -.evi- deuce offered and statements submitted, and having duly eonu sidiered tilie same, is of opinion that the passenger train service, as well as other facilities as hereinafter referred to, at pres- ent afforded by the Houston & Texas Central Railroad Company om its Mexia-NeMeva Divisrion are inadequate and insufficient to th/e needs of the traveling public an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 June 1913

- ' V a ,_VT_...... Monty to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capita) whereby I am enabled to make loans on Kea) Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates witb pre- payment privilege. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. WL Mrs. Lifttan Tart,umi lias return- ed to her home in Goradjeana af- ter a visit to ber parents, Mt. and Mrs. John R. Ckwftey, ACARRIED. -— Thursday night at the Mietbodifiit parsonage, Mr. Troy Jackson of Groe-sbeek and Miisis I Lank* K&uJmaoi of this city were married' in he presence of a few friends, Rev. E. 'P. Wll liams performing the ceroeanony. The groom is a sari' of Mr. and Mrs. Doc Jackson of this city and the bride is the eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kauf- man. They have many friends here who will join us in wish Ling for tihem a long and happy life. "" Ml- P J. M. TidweU has coupled up his bath r...

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

. *— -j- . > . «? ?mk V .Vr A® <r ± ^ / A\v \Vv ><** * O .A ^ y>* >vV^Vv citation by publication. | THE STATE OK TEXAS:—To the Sheriff or any Constable of Lime- stone County, GREETING: You are hereby commanded to sum- I liiou Win, Buritey, George W. Heard, I W. A. lluard, George S. Heard, John j V. Heard, Jesse Heard, M. J. Heard, ^BeBBSSSSSBSSBSSSSS 1 i ' ' -' lands by making publication of this T Mrs. John B. H J. Goldsmith Goldsmith, ( D John Li. M. Browi! H. Bucha and husbaud, car Heard, C. >ard, Jesale F. D. Long, Jess Goldstnitn, G. Goldsmith. C. Goldsmit I 11 and \vif< ind \ citation once in each week for eight | TROOPER SLIGHTLY IN ERROR successive weeks previous to the re- ^ __ turn day thereof in some newapa-per Thought and Assented Himself to Be published in Limestone County, Tex- Better Than His Officer, but as, to be and appear at the next re*; He vvas Not. tilar term of the District Court of| Limestone County, Texas, to be hold . . eh at the Cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 June 1913

je 1Mb ■ ■ )/ s... i'us-/ d ; rniili for FIRH, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, ftexia, lexaa. — ■ * P r L I I I I a 11 / Iexia Weekly Herald. Fourteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JLTs'E 12, 1913. $1.00 Per Year. I AND STILL ANOTHER BIG GASER C0URINfJf N0IfS 'SM WEISS'WfM us: xkM V. i.i¥ *, . : - «>lv. B - <J +J, >i t*. > ' .' E®H TiKSm WtLL NO. 14, GASER NO. 5 Prom Saturday's Daily: s At ] 0 o'clock this morning another big gas well was brought in on the old Hancock place,* owned by Mr. Prather, and about three hundred yards north of the Broadnax well. Many people have gone out to look at the well and it is believed to be as strong as .iny well thus far brought. The gas is shooting to the top of the derrick and 1 T' * roars like a cyclone. ANTI CIGARETTE DAY To tttie Pastoro and Sunday Sohool SuperinUmdentN at, : Lfioretftooe County. \ ' r* • i It in* earnestly uflgod. by the Woman's Christian' Teanperatoe.e Union at" our Sfciitfct.* that ^une 22, •the Second Quarterly T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 June 1913

( 1 1 W NEW CURE FOR San Angelo Physician Discovers Simple But Effective Remedy. i ti&ii Angelo, May 25.—Dr. SLaai ley Seveiir WieiTen, tilue Stun An- gelo pin}'ed«i8iii who maintains thiait ipliienolnpetrolaituni on1 com- bqiooi eoamnercial catrboLatted vase- t;heriapeiuitii! a/gemit in tihe tflaffitinenit of putlnionv airy tuberculosis issued fclie fol- ltowing statement to the public to- day: "In view of the numetpauK inr quiiaiiies I am receiving from the gxsnterai public and the medical profession I desire ito say tine fol- lowing : "Fdirert, iit is not necessary to come heipo for treaitmemit. Any competent physician earn adminis- ter thie treaftamewt and the pafci- vaj/ta should place themselves un- der the family physician's care. "Second, the cure is nioit mima- oullous and it requires several momtilis to get an arrest at wm of tine diiiseasti so tbajt nature can restore tissues and' physiological functions to thenr normal condir tioms. The disease known as Phthisis is a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 June 1913

mm j y i a ■" ON IMPROVED FARMS Mr. and .Mrs. O/.ki Lewis have rotniriiipd fivwn an ntitiiirug at tine IteiUiiiiCMi grounds. where they haul its tbiwir gweflta Mw. Oomfort Mild children of OoraiNMWi, Mrs. —i—-—-* — ; Sehi tills jund ehildrcm of Fort; VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT}AV< rlU, and Ml«s Pbww Wand. AND EXTENDED. Moss Mfirgie I lymduuun has iw] turncd to her home in Corsieana after a fbw (lays visit to Miss Helm Myers, ■ IB jfoNP m have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Heal Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me mul loans dosed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. VV V. VVHSTF 1 "U'vor • iili ▼Villi 1-4 % m~*<- - - - iVlexia. Texas Local and Personal. Mi*. F. P. Littolopage of Wax- ahacihie is in the city visiting her mother, Mrs. WolvTreton. P pzm ?v- ' Igffg. yV^r!" ■WMpM-: i & The steam laundry us ailil ready to start up for business as soon as the.v can g>et the gas ecuwoet- ed...

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