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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 August 1913

B ' I. £S Handkerchiefs on Sale I LAST CALL — Ladle# Handkerchiefs, II embroidered in corner and pure linen regular 25c handkerchiefs—La t K(lp j Call price -i for UUU LAS T CALL --Ladies plain 1-4 inch hemmed stitched, pure linen handker- I chiefs—regular 15c values special 25C —.— f Last Call Sale Handkerchiefs on SaJe Lot of LAST CALL Ladies Handkerchiefs, corner worth 10 cents price LAST CALL— Womens and about 20 dozen Embroidered in I:ast..Ca!! 5c hildrens \ handkerchiefs, some embroiedred, some plain—a school handkerchief wortiilfjp up to 20 cents—Last Call price.... IUu^ J' Extra Specials GINGHAMS — "200 pieces of Amosked Gingham, all new fall patterns, including the solid col- ors, placed on sale this week special at IOC Extra Specials COLONIAL DRAPERIES--19c About 25 pieces Colonial Drap- eries, all new designs; now is the time to hang new curtains, priced special at ... 19c Extra Specials LINEN TORCHON LACE 50c PER DOZ.—50c per ioz. yards a large assortment of Linen laces ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 August 1913

A \ SPENT 23 YEARS IN AFRICAN WILDS Black Men Are Splendid Race, Says Missionary. WOMEN ARE SUFFRAGETTES. More Advanced In Every Way Than the Men, Says Scotchman, Returning to America — Cannabalism Rarely Practiced, and Never by the Women. Opposed to Conversion. Uaulel Crawford, u Seotctiiiiun, who lost himself In the heart of Africa for twenty-three years and who recently produced a book called "Thinking Black," arrived lu New York a few days ago. The missionary author Ik a short man wltb sandy hair, heard and mustache. lie has sharp tlashiuu eyes and a manner of speaking rapidly and with great emphasis. "Kor twenty-three years," said Mr Crawford on his arrival, "1 never wore a collar, never saw a train of cars and hardly ever spoke to a white man. I really feel more negro than white man. A quarter of a century ago 1 was 'a young man, and 1 was dying of con- sumption.' 1 heard that the climate of Africa would be good for my 'trouble, and I went there as a missionary. 1 struck Into ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 August 1913

r'1 THE HERALD Publl*hed Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION On© Year Six Mouths Three Months. .. RATES. .. .. $1.00. ., ...• .60. 25. j coll out a debt from a man an when he refused to pay her she eonfiawtted a $300 diamond ring. — ! The nuui called the police and I the woman swallowed the ring, stomach ; to its was ar- j buit a physician and a I pump restored, the rin o<wm©r and the woman Entered as secoud-claas matter , ,. *y,pft March 6. 1908. at the postofftce atj1^11*1 Jor tne"- Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con-| —■ ■- o ■rvss ot March 3, 1879. the unci exia Weekly Herald, after forty days soldering with the Texas Nation- al guard at Austin^ lias returned j home and resumed the pencil, and | paste port. lie informs us tluut he j qualified as a marksman during the encampment, but whether he did or not, we will issue him a liiploiiua without examination a A CITY Of FORWARD OR RECEPTION THE FIRST CLASS BACKWARD WILLS HOME The grasp. real The shops...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 August 1913

V Money to Loao ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby 1 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. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Quite a commotion was caused in tihe court house at Groesbeck Tuesday afternoon about 3 oclock when there was a crashing heard in the roof and some said the roof had falllen in. Itiv^eeal,liga- tion proved that the weight to the big clock had fallen and •-.nashcd through the ceiling into the grand jury room where Prof. Seller® and a lady clerk were at work on the tax rolls. They were both badly frightened und covered with dust, but not hurt. A iittflie patching will repair the damage. FOR SALE 1018 Model, Motor Cycles and Motor Boats at bargain prices, all makes, brand nerw machines, on easy monthly payment plain. Got our proposition before ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 August 1913

Js#'' M WBFt* ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+♦♦«♦* •*•• . — — P T C Ofl ♦ Interest of Birds Rather Than ♦ Hunters Is Given First ♦ Consideration. LAST March a r<*«lf nil law was passed placing game and rnlgra- ; ^ tory birds under tin; protection ' of tho department of agrlcul- ture and authorizing that department to form aud publish auch regulations as would assure the desired protection. 1 Tlie department baa Issued Its rules aud an explanatiou, so sportsmen need 1 not go wrong. Preparation of the regulations was I Intrusted to a committee of members | of the biological survey appoluted by the acting secretary of agriculture March 21, 1913. This committee con- sists of T. S. Palmer, assistant chief, chairman; A. K. Fisher, In charge of economic investigations, and- W. W. Cooke, migratory expert. This com- mittee went into the matter thorough- ly, examined data on file, had maps prepared, collected special Information and then made up their rules, which they duly reported to the secretary. The co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 August 1913

NEW DRILLING PROCESS SAVING IN OIL INDUSTRY Means of Drilling Through Gas ' Sands to Oil Without Waste Has Been Found. Washington, July 21.—What is believed to he a mo«t notable demons! ration tyf the conserva- tion of the mineral resources of the ^country has just been ac- complished by the United Slates bureau of mines in the State of Oklahoma. A. J. Pdllard of Bakersfield, Cal., and A. G. Heggan of Pitts* burg, Pa., the two aid. experts of the bureau, acting under the di- with till® meibhiod which ba-s been iaa vogue. '' When the bureau of miine®' men reached the oid fields of Ok- lahoma they found that through faulty drilling waller was threat- ening the future production of oil. This danger it is declared will be removed as soon ax the now ineltlhod is generally adopt- ed througfhiout the State." Officials of the bureau of mimics are as they havo not only saved a very valluaihle re- source to the counitry for future use, but they have also given the oil nteai 'of Oklahoma a bet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 August 1913

1 The Best Pain Killer. Huekleu's Araniiea Halve wlwn applied to h out, bruise, bum or scald, or other injury of the skin wilil immediately remove all j>aih. jE. E. Chamberlain of Olintoli', Me says:—"It robs cutis and othenr injuries of fchoir terrors. As a healing remedy its equal dn>n'< exist." Will do good for you. Only 25e at H. C. Roller'a Drug Store. Dr. J. L. Metcalf . DENTIST Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Ph<vn«a—Office 143, Home 16. Mexia, Texas Huerta's n ttltudo. described In the I PRESIDENT PINS 'S IIS HOPES Dr. H. C. Watson DENTIST Office upstairs in New Opera t House building. Office phone 46; Residence, 74 MEXl A.'TEX AS Excellent Equipment. Convenient Schedules, Courteous Treatment. Two Through Trains Each Way Daily Between Texas and Memphis or St. Louis. With its Connections Offers SUPERIOR ACCOMODATIONS Low Round Trip'Summer Tourist fares Tickets on Sale daily June 1st to Sep- tember 130th with final return limit of October 31st. CHOICEJOF...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 August 1913

T'-''' yet J. Sandfori! hmitlt !or FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant*:, ntexia, i Mexia Weekly Herald. A Fourteenth Year. tfBXIA, TEXA& THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1913. PRE NUPTIAL ENTERTAINMENTS Card Party—Mrs. Deaenberg. Last Th'iu'sckiy evening, Mrs. •Julias De,sonb<jrg entertained Miss MleBaniiel and her weckHimg party tut cards. Mrs. Desenborg ;i so elilarming a hostess, and her bonne so beautiful, ibluafc no em- ballishimcqits are needed to in- sure the success ot' her parties. Buit pot plants and groat l>owils and lmskots of the barihued vin- ous wejne everywhere, making ev- en more than usually attractive the background for the six card tables. Tbe heed table, at which the honorees remained during the evening, was daintily suggestive of the occasion, with its broad ^streamers of white tulle, twined with fern, alii knotted together in a lunge bow on the chandelier, •last beneath the liglirts, his coun- tenance rosy and beaming, swung Cupid, lib quiver filled with the arrows...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 August 1913

THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 11.00. Biz Months 50. Three Months 25. Bntered a.s second-class matter .March 5, 1908, at the postofflce at Mexla, Texas, under the act of Con- of March 3. 1879. STATEMEN1 YOUNG FRIEND! NEW HOPE HEMS ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Ibsu*. .. 9.00. % Page 1 Issue 7.50. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. M Pace 1 Issue 4.50. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 3.50. Less Than On* Quarter Page. For first Insertion—per inch 20c. Kach Subsequent Issue—per inch IS cents. Readers per line—each Issue 5c. Discounts on yearly contracts. Harry Thaw was captured in Canada and will be sent back to the states as soon as tihe meets- wry papers <vtn be mtxl up. o ■ — Am exchange say* the auto owners off Texas will pay the <600,000 fine in increased price of gasoline in about one day. As there are about 40,000 autos in Texas, and as the increase in gas- oline was 2 cants per gallon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 August 1913

I* V A r 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 ori Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and lo^pe closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rat^s with pre- payment privileges. '•'■■■■■ W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Local and Personal. Roy Hughes, who formerly •worked here, hritJ who has been farming in the west, ha« return- ed to Mexia n::d says he will stay here if tLe people willl let him. Roy stWil wears his red hair and glad smile and we are sure he is welcome back to our city. Eugene Viokers has moved his family back from Oklahoma and wii make his home In Mexia. Have just received a supply of Fruit Jar Rubbers. — B. W. Hodges. Mrs. M. L. McDonald, has re- turned from Alba, Wood county, where she has boon visiting her grand sons, Aubrey and Herbert Kindred. John Collins, an old time Mex- 4 1 iaite, \va« in from Kirk Monday. For Sale, a 40-acre track f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 August 1913

THE HERALD Published Every Thur day. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION One Year 81x Months Three Months, .. RATES. .. .. *1.00. 50. 25. Entered a* second-class matter Jlarch 6, 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con- Of March 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue (12.00. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 9 00. ft Pace 1 Issue 7.50. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. ft Pace 1 Issue, 4.50. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 3.60. Lea* 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. Amid now wo will have leeMa live rest, at least, as the walled aet*>km lias ended. o——— Mexican newspapers want Dr. Hale expedited from that country. Those aforesaid newspapers migihit dhantge their minds before long. o Harry K. Thaw finally made Lis get away from the asylum aod is now non est. Wonder is that he has remained confined as lining as he has with so much mone...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 August 1913

*51 : mm:: ND OF SEASON SALE Summer T<Wc\\&x\(i\se a\ maVie room ""Pnees ^ot § Da^s KARNER PHILLIPS Last Sale of the Season r 1Vv\s SaVe "DoV\ m\.ss to Sale Begins Friday, August 22nd, and Closes Saturday, August 30th, «♦ This is no ordinary clean up sale, but a final disposal of all Summer Merchandise in the house at far be- low any previous quotations. Every day will be a saving to our customers. Every visit will be profitable. Arrange to come early—We will bring out from each department its best summer merchandise offered at prices which will mean a great saving to you. We advise the women who have not much time at their disposal to visit this sale early in the morning so we can assure them efficient and prompt service. We offer you each day of the sale an opportunity to practice economy—you should not neglect the opportunity for saving, that we are continually putting before you. We will have displayed on our counters, great values in pretty new attractive patterns: Voils...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 August 1913

William Sulzer the Eighth Governor to Be Impeached But Seven State Executives Have Been on Trial In Years Past. Of These Only Two Were Found Guilty and Removed. ■M WHILE the activities of the New York state legislature to Impeach Governor William Sulzer were af tlicir height, his friends were loud in their denunciation of the methods and menus employed by the Frawley investigating commit- tee, upon whose findings the action of the legislature is based. Had Gover- nor Sulzer consented to submit to the domination of Charles F. Murphy, lead- er of Tammany Hull, his friends as- sert, and bad turned over the state to him and that organization to exploit as they saw lit, there would have been no hue and cry against him. Ou the other hand, It Is pointed out, no ques- tion of the moral turpitude of Tam- many Hall or its leader is now involv- ed. Unbiased citizens are unanimous in declaring that whatever may be the guilt or innocence of those who op- pose the governor. If the charges against...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 August 1913

mk h ■ /i ./.V; ,/ POINT ENTERPRISE Everybody is rejoiiciiing over the i iiii.ce liM'Je rain that fell Sunday1 afternoon. Singing was we® attended Sunday. Gl&ld to see so many visitors out. Evea«yiojiie remem- ber to come back fire Susaday. Mrn. Frank Anderson and l ar by of Mexia came out to see papa and mamnla amd aliso called ber to name back first Sunday. Messrs R. 0. Kerzee and L. I. GaUin had business in Groewbecik Monday. Mr. Joe Hammond of New Hope <«ane over to see bis broth- er,. Prof. If. W. Tolsou, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wright and babies of Thelma visited the home folks Wednesday. Mirs. Charlie Hincihiit'fe und children spent Monday with heir sister, Mrs. Tom William in. Miss Rulby Wright is in Qroew- beck attending the beds kin of her sister, Mrs. John Gayden. Mrs. Vcraa Gatlin visited lier waters Monday. Masses Audlie and Mabel Miller took dinner with Miss Bessie Yonuug Sunday. Mr. Sidney Roberson was a pleasant caller ait Mr. Gardner's Sunday evening. Hurr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 21 August 1913

o~~ Salve WIhiu lied to h out, bruise, bum or Baal*!, or other injury of the skin willl immediately remove all pain. •E. 13. Cluamberlaiu of 01 in ton, Me a&yg:—"It rolis outs and other! injuries of their terrors. As a healing remedy its equal ilou 1 exist." W'illl do good for you. Only 25c at IT. C. Roller's Drug Store. Methods of Co-operation In Vogue In Europe Present Many Advantages. UNITE. SAYS FOB GOOD OF ALL Insure Cheap Credit, Improved Production and Distribution and Good Prices. -O FOREIGN TRADE RECORDS BROKEN Our Exports Last Year Were Over $4,000,000,000. HU0E GAIN MADE OVER 1912 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 mkxia.'.texas ^Excellent Equipment. Convenient Schedules, Courteous Treatment. Two Through Trains Each Way Daily Between Texas and Memphis or St. Louis. With its Connections Offers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 August 1913

Uj bee J. Sandtord Smith t<>r HIRE, LIFE and TORN A DO Insurance, ne*ia, i exa&. <* The Mexia Weekly Herald. Fourteenth Year. ALEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1913. $1.00 Per Year —— K A $ S®S'II0WA8D-MCDANI£L Hitt lakes a lit on We Quote You a Few of Our Many Bargains Clairette Soup, H bars for r. 25c 1-3, gal glass pitchers 20c 1-2 gal stone pitchers 2 5C Brooms 20c Washboards (Royal Brass) 30c Maple bread trays, 12 inch 20c Maple breadtrays, 10 inch BOc Galvanized buckets, lOqts 15C Galvanized buckets. 12qts 20c Galvanized buckets, 14 <| ts 2Sc tfo. 1 heating furnaces . ...... 65 G Ice Creairi freezers 1 $1.25 2 " I-..-, $1.50 3 " 91.85 " - " " 4 " $2.15 f, '• $2.75 Tumblers per set . 20c Syrup Pitchers 1 Og Searchlight Matches doz. boxes 40g ff , Would be pleased to have You call and see for Yourself. i A HUT'S RACKET STORE f w/Mwismmssfmmmmmsmesd. church. i ■< iiv T! ■■■••/ in viiniiib Tirebride's gown was of cream channelise, with trimmings of §S Duchess ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 August 1913

THE HERALD ONE BLACK SPOT. Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. |if; P ' SUBSCRIPTION On Year Blx Mouths Three Mouths, .. Kntered us Jtarch 5, 1908 Alexia, Texas, under the ■resa of March 3, 1870. An interesting exchange, the; suita (>lir i^te. West News, prints the follow- l1llt (>£f UJ> ing: B ^ "Hugh Nugent Fitzgerald of Fort Worth seldom gets liis wires crowed oil the pollitloall history oJ - i Texas, but that thing happens to aecoud-class matter, hi.ui occasionally, and it is then at the postofflue at The Houston Chronicle earru i a picture of old Huerta that just MOTHER GOOSE It ln! o r jiixrt, his h i s cars. BREAKFAST RATES. .. .. $1.00. 50. 25. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Issue. .. 9.00. ^ Page 1 Issue, .. .. .. 7.50. Each Subsequent Issue. .. 6.00. M Page 1 Issue 4.50. ' JT- —A 1 • KA Less Than One Quarter Page. For first Insertion—per Inch 20o. Each Subsequent 16 cents. Readers per line—each issue 5c. Discount...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 August 1913

m * Nr I *" r:*v« Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS 1'ho Olfiib Gafo Jibs changed the name to the Star Restaurant and is running to please thfo people. I Wo keep all the <*a'ables that the market affords. Yours to wrve, Geo. S. Rhea. VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western c-.apital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Heal Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Highest price paid for Hides, Wool and Beeswax at Feda's. Local and Personal. Mrs. J. A. Arvin has returned from a months visit in Brown- wood. She was accompanied home by her son, Dr. J. Noland Arvin and his wife and cousin. They made the trip Sunday in Dr. Arvin's oar, a Ford, leaving Brownwood at 6 a. in. and arriv- ing in Mexia at 8 p.m. The register showed 197 miless, which its going some for country roads. Have just received a supply of Fruit Jar Rubbers. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 28 August 1913

mm vm> I — firs POINT ENTERPRISE HELP! HELP! ILP!!™"™ applied to (V cut, bruise. burn or __ _ I WILL FLY AGAIN scakl, or other injury of the akin will immediately remove all pain Health ot the ooiiiimuauty very jE. E. Chamberlain of 01 in ton, Me ^><*1. Everybody picking cmtJton.| says:—"It robs outs and other1 Sunday School and prcaehi injuries of their terrors. As «i was well attended Sunday. healing reraedv its equal don'11 Mr. George Pringillo is lw+re I * I * u; it • H/uni \ , ,,f CMlUlWiOiyCHl LrPJldUH Will do good tor you.! vi.sitimg' him pamiils ami was out \ 1 exist.' Only 25e at II. C. Roller's Drugj at otoumh Suniky Store. night ghakin vcr in our tiixtory have \vc MM'U iiii jiwrt trouble and no oue • lean help iiis but an unemployed jfmdiiuite. it' there be one. of the Tyler Commercial College, or an thuut is w'o I'- ll hy ol promotion to a better Mail• AT CHATTANOOGAi Dr. J. L. Mete bands with old time frills. japied 1*^*1. we. have a sin- 'liim Irene McElrov of...

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

n ;A, ■iknA / < ^ct: J. band to id rnith l«,r FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO I nsurai***:, fle*ia, lexaa. The Mexia Weekly Herald.' Kil*: ' !s •: la-dwife WrfM3Ussw Jwmm 1 Vc «■<;.■ ■• „<... ..v'®' • k ■*■ ■- ;• $wa «w*t? fourteenth Year. m MEXIA, TEXAS, THUfiSDAY, SEW. 4, 1913. $1.00 Per Yew. ——— —i— POSITION OF y. s. I MESSAGE OP PRESIDENT WILSON TO HOUSE AND SENATE. The president. aniuoimcoH the position of the United States to bo a follows: No armed intervention. Strict neutralization, forbid- ding the exportation of arms or munitions of war of any kind from the TJn.i<tcid States to any part of the Republic of Mexico. Under no circumstances to be '"the partisans of either party to the count est that now distracts Mexico, or constitute ourselves the virtual umpire between them." To urge all Americans to 'leave Mexico at once and to assist t.hern to gift, away in every way possible. To let every one in. Mexico who assiunies to exercise author-1 ity know that this government "s...

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