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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 September 1913

< • •1 ^5; V ERAL.D Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Out* Year *1.00. 31* Months 60. Three Months 26. Katered as second-claws matter Jrfareh 6. 1908, at the postofflce at 'Kexla, Texas, under the act of Con- of March 3, 1879. A two headed snake lifts beon "JUST BECAUSE." seen near Corsicana. It was cap- tured by some cotton pickers. Our neighbors in Teague arc That is Avhat results from ship- pulling for t?hat Colorado to the ping in the goods from out of; Gulf highway. We don t ol>-, the state. While they were get-lject as long us it comes through Mexia first. Fact is, it would be good for our people to have the road go from here south via ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 Issue $12.00. Bach Subsequent Issue. .. 9.00. H Page 1 Issue 7.50. Bach Subsequent Issue. .. 6.00. %, Page 1 Issue, 4.50. Kaeh Subsequent issue. .. 3.60. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first Insertion—per Inch 20c. Kach Subsequent Issue—per Inch 16 centa. laulirt per line—ea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 September 1913

V %s SHILOH NHS Evorj 'body picking cotton and trying to get through before an- other rain. Rev. Bain held hi* regular ap- poiatmen! here Saturday night and Sunday with g'.od attend- ance, Littili Minnie Leo ('ro ft, wan badly kicked by a mule Mon- day eve, We hope it is not ser- ious. - Mrs. Henry Speight* and daughter, Mum Ruth of Falon at- tended church here Sunday. Mr. Jirigan.ee of Point Enter- prise attended church here Sun- Joy Misses Willie and Maggie Hen- ton and Bettie Moody of Ealion attended church here Sunday. Miss Ella Coppe visited at La Salle Sunday. Miss Irene and Master Troy MScElroy returned Monday after a few days visit to relatives in Coolidge. Miss Kate Lofland returned home Saturday from a two weeks visit at Mart. Miss Edna Raw lis of Cotton Gin visited Miss Onia Moore Sun- day. Mr. Jim McElroy is visiting homefolks. Misses Kate Lofland and Bes- sie Kennedy visited Miss Eilua Auld Sunday. A few of the young people at- tended Singing at Point Enter- prise Sunda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 September 1913

' p ADISCHORSEMEN 'UNCLESAM'SLSST WILL TAKE PARI; BIG LAND RAFFLE Racing at State Fair of Texas Will Be Without Parallel. GREAT DRIVERS COMING Fort Peck Indiao Reservation Thrown Open. V: Leading Men W<ll Be Will hui.si'iiien in the raoes at as at iJuila; October 18, vember 2. entered in • n Dallas s Given in and Purses a net Circuit $40,000 8,406 FARMS AVAILABLE. rt in ranging; trot than 150 ha,\ It is decU races this y and a better of any Fair taslest and pacers In tht> they wlU b. drivers. In t following: Ed Geers, grand old n whose name MMMMM : Many of the meric* will tal< 1913 State Fa! which opens S id closes Sund the 35o harnes ten big stake iHHW| $5,000 to $2,500, more marks around 2:05. id that the State Fair .r have attracted more .n« of horses than those the United States. The ■i class of trotters and vortd wlli take part and driven by th« greatest list of drivers are the Memphis, Tfcnn.. the of the grand circuit, ___ a household word In every big st te in the Un...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 September 1913

O SHOW YOU ie|d tilings for Fall and Wintertime wear. All the New Goods have arrived and are now on display. Ind you will find our assortment in all lines unusually attractive this season. Whether you want , ybu'll have no trouble in making selections here, for our assortments are large enough to meet your ole in and look around, we will take pleasure in showing you through our mammoth stocks. You urely be time well spent. And remember you are always welcome to look here. A S\vo\ |ari ling aggregation of the very latest fash- tWh t the suits this season are prettier Rbly be any prettier. latt active—and "different". Cut Velours, iteiials this season, and we are showing a les, fans and Greys have the call at present n e s ;cond favorites. st 'les—and we've a big variety for you to I arc [me showing some exceptional values at in we will show them to you. Tailor-Free of Charge i=Piece Dresses ~\ \io\x S\vouV4 Gwr See £ vwe £oa\s Fashions says Coats will be all the go this this season, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 September 1913

— ' ' ■ —- h LETTER on the .sick '"kUe Uuk> T,>x-' s' 1!n3M be batter. & U> Mexia- T,ut- 1 est a Speight ha* Dl'ai" SilN'"J 8m thlilkil^ of witli « spider bite iuto at that place past week i <1 ml as ' I know no • i.• ■ there anil . Frank McOee is suffering SIM'IU® .N"1"' <l(' 111 the papei . i a carbuncle on his hand. |and thiukm«- you could give are Charlie Peyton Wright has llosiml information, thought l| i would write you. I wish to know I School aud Singing! ^ there are any vacant business, attended Humlay. [houses in the town; also correct been quite ill the past week. was w Joe Sherrill left for Aus- at present ii. IT tin Friday night to enter the State University. We wish for him great success. The party at Mr. Tom Wil- liams Saturday night was enjoy- ed by all present. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Johnson visiited relatives in our commu- nity Sa'urday night and Sunday. Messrs Joe Hinchliffe and Dye Creel and Mioses Willie Gay Wright and Birdie Creel want up town to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 September 1913

ENDED B arranged for wewtern whereby I am enabled ake loans on Weal testate liiect to borrowers, Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges, HK WHITE, Lawyer Alexia, Texas Local and Personal. J, II. Park, Jr., left, Sunday for New Orleans to resume his stud- ies in the medical department of Tulane University. Dr. E. Ileadlee was over from Teague Sunday inspecting our new water weLl, and thinks it is a great thing. Rescue Grass Seeds, bright and well cleaned for sale by J. W. Stubenrauch, Route 3, Mexia stock will be tumixl over to the new own or. A1(rsi*.s Urodnax and Jack.son have not yet decided on their fu- ture plans, J. A. KiisterUng has moved back to Iris farm near. Persom- vilile. For Sale, a Jersey bull yearl- ing.—Frank McGee. he will be all right when he be- comes accustomed to doing with- out his thumb. Guy Bond was up from ( roes- beck Tuesday afternoon on bus- iness. of road to be tak- by the Mexia A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 September 1913

THE WATER Caught a Bad Cold. "Last winter my sou caught a very bad cold and the way hi coughed was something dread- ful," writes Mrs. Sarah E. Dun can, of Tipton, Iowa, " W thought sure he was going into consumption. We bought ju*t one bottle of Chanioerwun Cough Remedy and that on bottle stopped his cough and cured his cold ootupletelv. sale bv all dealers. PROBLEM L. Me tea If i j' m m ■ «-*■«• DENTIST -Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Phones—Offioe 143, Home 16 Mexia, Texas Dr. H. C. Watson DENTIST Office upstairs in New Opera House building. , Office phone 46; Residence, 74 mexia.:texas 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 TriplSummer Tourist fares Tickets on Sale daily June 1st to Sep- tember 30th with fi il return limit of October 31st. |>CHOlCEaOF ROUTES VIA Port Worth or Dallas and Memphis ;Waco Pullman Sl...

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

■ ,v yak rnmm*' $' '■ ./ \ !*ee J. Sandtoid Smith f<ir FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insura****:, rie*ia Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. v4 Fourteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, TlirUSDAY. (XT, 2, 191JJ. $1.00 Per Year. WESTMINSTER COLLEGE s Tehviacana, iexas / * ' ■'! - ' •' * v Eighteenth session opens September 24tli. Coeducational, Christian, Non-Secta- rian. The only institution of higher education in Limestone county. The patronage of ali the people desired. College courses leading degrees. Complete courses leading to diplo- mas in Music, Voice, Expression, Art, Christian Work, Theology. Business, Shorthand and Typewriting Special courses in Agriculture, Domestic Science and Teaching. Strong Preparatory Department, General conditions favorable to student life. Kates very rea- sonable. Write for special information. J. C. Williams, President # One of the Essentials to Pleasure in Traveling Is Being Able to Procure Funds as Needed Without the Trouble Incident to identification Sm\\.Vv Co. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 October 1913

THE HERALD I mm-* Published Every Thurcday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On* Year 1.00. 81x Months 50. Three Months. .. 26. Sntered as second-class matter March 6, 1908, at the poatofftee at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Oon- Rt-esg of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATE8. 1 Page 1 Issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. Mi Page 1 Issue 7.50. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. % Page 1 issue, 4.50. Cach Subsequent Issue, .. 8.50. Less Tn«n One Quarter P"2« For first Insertion—per Inch 20c. Each Subsequent Issue—per inch It cents. Readers per line—each issue 5c. Discounts on yearly contracts. "Tomorrow the Lieutenant Governor Will II Mayes lia.s announced as a candi- date for governor, and says lie will make a dignified campaign and will not accept campaign oontpibutionw from any one. Ami it! elected he promises to give the people a business administra- tion. The people of Texas now have a chance to' elect a business man as their governor, and one who is wel...

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

. •• H iv a \s <Z/ The Greatest Cut and Slash Sale that Mexia has \ P .. •* Ever Experienced. Absoluteh Nothing: like it Before *a u fitef s6ui i • of t. a. white's Ui P Vr IP Will be Thrown on the Market for 10 Days Regard- less of COST or value. The Prices will make You Slop and Think. Look This is going to be the most astounding sale that Mexia has ever experienced, Make your preparations. TeH your friends. Wemember, our Shoe Department is complete, our Dress Goods will suit you, and the price will please. 10 Sales People Wanted Apply at Store. Store will be closed Wednesday and Thursday-Nothing will be sold until Friday morning. OCTOBER 3RD. Listen Do you care to save money on your purchases? This is the question, 1 want you to think it over. If you do, you will find each and every article throuhout the entire Store marked at 1 prices that you have never seen in Mexia before. Friends, Strangers and Customers, I an pleading with you as 1 have never pleaded with you before. You...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 October 1913

Bp. It-. ■ ■ ■■ MRS. EFF1E HILL. Blonchetter, Clinton Co., Ohio. IERV0IS HEADACHES Heavy Feeling, as If My Brain Was Pressing Down Mrs. Hill says: **I cannot tell P" you how much I have suffered during the past twelve year s." Twelve years Is a long time for any one to stif- fen A great mul- titude of women" in this country know exactly what Mrs. Hill means when she Bays, "H e a v y feeling, as if my brain was press- * ing down. So nervous I could not get my rest at night. Would have tanking spells and then so weak that I could not do my work." A great many women in the United States •n't n recoKnize in this description their own experience. Mrs. Hill found a remedy. After taking four bottles of Peruna she gained in strength and llesh and wrote that she was a well woman again. She says, "I cannot thank you enough for my recovery." This is no ordinary incident. Twelve 'years suffering. Pour bottles of Peruna. Restored to perfect health. If Peruna can do this for one woman ■why can it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

.. < > nil *p? SPECIAL BOOM EDITION THE MEXIA W^.KLY HERALD _jr ' Jfcftif'Vy" -"Yi^'i 'if'^JtfV*mSWTrPiJ r?re* «*f**hi*''Tl^?HTir I flfift SESSS'jB V ©" v< V imsa i'^ii'jiSi'$Ipiui '.;,fi'p, -ii: If ■ "V:.V/r ^ / «j£ -a , f| HSfs fep H r "" >- ^"■""iBlBtiHilsIl l>'| J t — w I mht iii! w >... L :::: MSwwil Wm IMSai |> * iTI£vh^%S ,i li&w. Jlllplw l€fe#S^ '', '*< i' •* iHriil / I I I IP5b5«SM8^« SEfe$&! ; - ' V : "'i -' -,1. •' ": mm '*:S £. ,, tk ,1*! •,/.'^la i'lilssfiii ; .1 • f. :/.n-liUUI i,n:lfly * Siiii^ i it 't r ■ ■"■ r: WW?:- : "]«!• ,•« mmm i'y£ ln'i |iiPii;|!i *£..•:.^-V"! > I1! .. •^h wsws KaH &Sgl !.ji(cr,!iilir; K i *W t5p®i(i';Si;^iliiii|l !•+* a-i|!iM'.tL fe|^li!|ISliifl tiKuiiir i' ,*• ay* :jWiill -- ..' '*1 ", «V.\W!S! &1-' mSS mmm ■ i '::| i'i. vm:-- i vw iimilR: |§§f|I [PErLfffi;' ■ • ;*$)! Ll'flWf!|!:ii'',-!. J|L is IHiMiiii - N« I X 1 rig? trf&gwy1 fcfi#S4 gs;Ct,; ,... k^lllll L. I l bffr •r - ■' Mi ' Lv.'i ^ :'!j«,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

" V •.'■ <V.\, ; & i* m ;?. I H Wi Mexia^ John R. Corley GREAT FURNITURE OFFERING Tab Tables to suit all rooms in vour house. The best selection* in this part offrhefcountry at prices to suit any pocket. Come in to-day and let us show you that table that you have been thinking about. We have it at your price. f£ A Rug lias many advantages over a Carpet. It can be cleaned easier -Moved more readily--It will match with your Furniture and wall paper quicker. The selection carried at this store has been chosen to suit the most critical taste—Your taste. The prices are so moderate that you simply have no excuse for refusing to buy. Come in anyway and lu.'lf over this beautiful Stock-today. Don't wait. and ana rlllOWS Reputation means a lot when buying mattresses and pillows. You Cannot see inside of them unless you rip them apart. And they must contain only the finest, of sanitary stuffing if they are to lie pure, clean and tit to spend the long hours of the night on- The r eputat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

gjjjJE .. W Ml Ki V r\ SPECIAL BOOM EDITION First Section. Pages I to & J. Sandford Mnith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO !nsurat««e, flertia, lexaa. The Mexia Weekly Herald. Fourteenth Year. MEXIA, TiiXAH THURSDAY, OCT. 1), J 913. (1.00 Per Y«ar m ♦ ■ ' 1 >. J mm MEXIA S FIRST GAS WELL Brought in Sept. 12, 1912, by the Mexia Oil and Gas Co. f| - MEXIA THE CITY PAST, trade, then being little competi- t ii u eHos.i'1- than Corsicaua. Cotton cante from Navarro, Freestone, 11 ill and Limestone counties, iis many its |-0,<M M) PRESENT j I,.,|,.>s j,,.iny shipped from It■ • r>- ill AND FUTURE. The Past. one year. Tile 1 tWII grew I'M | >; M>', tli 1 I >< > > houses \vi'f• i' torn tlovvn and re- placed liy I)rick btiildingis, (lie tory of the town attrition was turned to the building up of ed- ucational facilities. Within a few years Mexia became noted for having one of the bent high schools in Texas. The earlly inhabitants of the town were composed almost ex-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

68®$ v' r ~ ® tor* ■iSC?t•<viP-^1 CwT-A'vw'F-*!tv |9pQ ——i 5 HICKMA "The Fastest Growing Store In Mexia" After weeks of preparation we are ready with the most complete stocks we have ever carried, I * K *•*, - v' * and are prepared to quote the lowest price on dependable merchandise. "Dyx* &oota "De^av\mexv\ See this line; we have all the new weaves and colors in Cotlon and Woo! Suitings. A special 32 inch cotton suiting in all the colors going at the yd 25c 36, 38 and 42 in wool suitings in all col- ors and combinations at per yd 50c A big line of whip cords, diagonals and serges, 42 and 45 inches wide, at per yard 75,c 85c and . $1.00 Ask to See Them. C,\ux\a For the next month we are going to offer some extra special values in this line and if you are iu need of new china; glassware, tinware, graniteware, in fact anything for the table or kitchen. It will pay you to see us. Kdms1. "Dress ^nmmuv^s axvA "KovwVVies XDBT6 XV6XJ6T sVlOXDTV VtV qTCa\.6T \>aT\.e\^ &xvii a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

IWfel ■ " ■mm ' ill® f.p.:>'m ' ?&-' ft mm mmm ■ l£U'«- r HON. T. FRANK SMITH, MAYOR OF MEXIA. President and General Manager, Central Texas Oil Company. W. D. FREEMAN CO. R W WHOLESALE GROCERS. " # W. D. Freeman Co. established Mexia's first wholesale grocery business iu 1907. From the very beginning it proved a success, his trade has grown arid the ter- ritory over which he sells goods has widened continuously. The W. D. Free mail Grocery Company is recognized far and near as one of Mexia's leading establish- ments. It Ls presided over by mm who know their business, know what the ami how to supply same. STAPLE AND FANCY CERIES. GRO T. A. WHITE Popular Store For Twenty Years. Dry Goods, Cloth- ing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Gents Furnishings. There is not a better known or more popular store in Mexia than T. A. White's, which has been here for twenty years, hav- ing beeu established "in 1893. All over the width and length of this trade territory Mr. White is known and his ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

SIB11SISI; mam mXMMM WM ■i " te'ii ^ • ■mi m I m iSfe, :i mm. fe The Central Texas Oil C SSI, JL UfoUt/tiifcfc '•>**'' *' ■ ppppi'ipf:y■ ■: ■■ • • '■ - - - ' The Pioneer Gas Developers and Producers *- w nri^ ^ !?• ^i JI Irv The Mexia*. Field rs A Company Formed of the Young Virile Progres- sive Blood and Energy that Represents the Modern Spirit of Development This Company owns many acres of valuable leases in the HEART of the proven field, has just recent' ly brought in one of, if not the largest dry gassers in the field. We have spent more money and valuable time in an effort to extend and broaden the actual gas territory than all other companies comhined, having first sunk a well eight miles from the City of Mexia, then after other out-side developments, have dropped back into their most valuable territory proving the same up and are now sinking a well about eight miles from Mexia in another direction, and should it come in as good a well as an average of the others, Mexia wil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

:: • i , j §m t CENTRAL TEXAS INTERIOR VIEW OF T. E. DAY'S SHOE SHOP. W. A. RUSSELL REAL ESTATE, FARMS, RESI DENCE AND CITY PROPERTY. W?/ M r. W. A. Russell lias only MODERN SHOE SHOP LATEST IMPROVED MACHIN ERY. T. E. DAY, PRO- PRIETOR. In Jiiir with Mexia's progress comes the write up of one of ' 9P hr CAPITAL STOCK PAID $60,00©. DAILY CAPACITY NINE TY TONS. MEXIA AND TEAOUE v ?I' The plant of 1l e Cenral Tex- |as Ice Company in Mexia, is sit- j iiatud in ntral portion of 'the city, between the (racks of | the II. & T. 0. and T. & B. V. Railways, in wclfl fitted up with modern machinery, and Iwiilldin^ i for carrying on their i-'xtoiisive ; business. There is hardly one of I the new discoveries that have made in the post forty years that J has become so necessary for ev- ery town or city, as an ice fac- tory. Ice in hot months in this climate is no longer looked upon as a luxury, but one of the nec- essities of every day life. Where any article enters so universally into th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

mm t 7. ii 7®SP; > m w*. M, i/7> IA/P A ¥P FtPZlHv- ^ grand expose of all that is new and clever i..i,.i„„ii^ ,—„i^L, Our stock of coats and coat suits is complete in every way representing every new thought of the greatest fashion weMwr* mm ' -v or- authorities in this country. Our suit section is fairly overflowing with garments that process deft, touches which only high art tailors can impart. The service coats contain every fashion throughout that has been imparted this season. Come in and see them. LADIES COATS—This season we started with a complete new line, not a single coat from last season. The seasons newest models are to be found here. The materials are plain and Bro- caded, Velvets and Pony Skin, also the arabian Lamb. We specially call your attention to the new 7-8 length Coat. The prices are 7.50 10.00 13.00 15.00 20.00 and 25.00 the better ones priced up to $35.00 JUNIOR ANDCHILDS COATS—This department you will have no trouble in finding a coat to fit. We carry ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

Ulirum U/PirHTr,h"d not "Ending yards, DutlinLIx ft WKIUfll *"«■ square feet. They keep 4 large assortment of j,m- Leading Lumber Dealers, Lumber j [proved bee liives./ See them for Shingles, Sash, Doors, Brick, anything in that line. If you Lime and Cement. are a new comer and desire to I wet, a home inMexia. The Hcr- Among the leading lumber COB-lald takes pleasure in directing cerns in this section of the state, you to Buckner & Wright, tbi and one of the largest, its that | lumber dealers. of Buctknetr & Wright. Mr. Buck ©er has been a remittent of h is. I ■ ni/nAkl fin An nn srzxlJAi™ BROS. CO. «**> ™ anesses in this section, it is a GENERAL HARDWARE fact of which this city is justly 1 BUSINESS. proud, that it's promoters arc howie men. They have built upI The well known and popular es- «n immunise trade over all the tabiisbmcnt of Jackson Bros. on territory tributary to this point, corner of Alain and Sherman Peuter & DeWeese THE GAS FITTERS. "10 YEARS OF KNOWIN...

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