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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 October 1913

THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. NEEDS GET-TOGETHER MOVE MENT. SUBSCRIPTION On* Year HI* Months Thro* Mouths. .. RATES .. .. $1.00. 50. 25. Z ' I Entered secoud-claMU matter -larch 5, 19US, at the postoffice at l)(«zia, Texas, under the act of Con- of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Pa«e 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Issue. .. 9.00. Vi Page 1 Usue 7.60. Kach Subsequent Issue. .. 6.00. >4 Page 1 Issue 4.60. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 3.50. Leas Than One Quarter Page. For first Insertion—per Inch 20c. Each Subsequent Issue—per Inch tl cents. Readers per line—each Issue 6c. Dlacouuta on yearly contracts. The newspaper men, and every- body else, will sympathize with Lieutenant Governor Will Mayes in the recent deatli of hi« aged father. y lleinpstiead lias bceu placeil in the 1 lands of a receiver to satis- fy a debt held by Julia A. Rinig- ling, ic the shape of bonds that are post due. The first arrest reported under the 54 hour flaw was r...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 October 1913

■\r A v 7\ V ■ A T Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS vendor s lien notes bought and extended. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loauB on Keal Estate direct to borrower. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. ML. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Tihn Order of Owl* have been organised hen Shj)ui'(la.,v might, but the orgu- nizer failed lo appear. Iiri t'jwit ho left luht Thursday tHu r col- lecting the fees flrom wweraJl prusip active mieirnborw, and ind'ue- in# one of theitn td indorse a cheek for a little more than the initiation fee. Of eowte alll thowe who paid in advance are charter members, and the gentlemen who indorsed the check is eligible to vi«it Hill nests, provided the pass word ami distress sign can l c givffl. lint, where are they to obtain these sign*. wais to >! Avoid Sedative Cough Medicines. last! If yon want to contribute di- Local and Personal. Aflii Mens, Young ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 October 1913

PE-RU-NA I It': i- % l' Vu Able to Sleep end Eet Again Ml*. Mueller ttyi: "I keep SPeruna In the house constant- ly. When I am not feeling: well i take a tew 4oBen. It always restores." I Mrs. Mueller's Btory of her ex- perience with Peruna fully ex- plains why she always keeps Peruna 011 hand. MRS- M. MUELLER. A few years ago P' w B n* Co*' pUwl®y• ahe was very **ne *an' sick. The trouble seemed to be the stomach and liver. She suffered Breat pain. Was unable to get any- thing to help her. She was growing weaker and weaker. She became tired of life. 1 Somebody suggested that she write to the Peruna Co. She did so. SThr.ough their advice she began to use Peruna. Tn a letter from her at thia time she says: "Through the use of Peruna I have regained my health. I took only a bottle and a half when I was able to sleep and eat again and my nervousness disap- peared." No wonder Mrs. Mueller keeps Peruna in the house. Under similar circumstances. Peruna would be la every house in the land....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 October 1913

Jr *■' v A 'ft s&v, jjee J. Sandlord £>mith for HIKE, LiFH arsd TORNADO Insurance, rte*ia, lex The Mexia Weekly Fourteenth Year. ALEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 191 J. Condensed Statement of the Financial Condition ' A . ' u • ,'|V - fvft 1 ' • |- I, Prendergast, Smith & Co. BANKING At the Close of Business October 21st, 1913 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $294,260.47 Demand Loans, Cotton, Etc. 52,694.29 Stocks and Bonds 24,780.00 Banking house, furniture and tixtures 10,000.00 Depositors Guaranty Fund 4,824.27 Cash and Exchange $136,093.37 Total $522,652.40 LIABILITIES Capital $75,000.00 Surplus 45,000.00 Undivided profits 4,694.81 Bills Payable 20.t)00.00 Deposits $317,957.59 Total $522,652.-10 i For the above excellent statement the management of this bank wishes to extend their thanks to its many friends and customers. Nearly 100 per cent of the stockholders of this institution are Mexia people who have always been closely identified with the up-building of Mexia and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 October 1913

'■ y' ■ LITERARY NOTE TEXAS COTTON PALACE bp The Remarkable Story of the Fi- nal Conquering of Mount MoKinley by Archdea- con Hudson Stuck— Said a Te Deum on the Very Summit. 1 W 1 K ■ ISP? w, m The following telegram an- noUDQKMHl the complete success of the expedition led1 by Archldeaeon Hudson Stuck: "Fairbanks, Alaska, June 30.— The ascemt <*£ itho highest peak of Mount. McKinley was accom- plish od for the first time on June 7, when the party led by Arch- deacon Hudson Stuck, Episcopal missionary for Alaska, accompa- nied by Robert G. Tatram, Harry P. Karstens, and Walter Harper, reached the top of the south peak of the mountain, the- high- est on the continent. News of the success of the expedition was received today by a messenger sent by Dr. Stuck, who is resting at the base tamp." The story of the expedition will be told by the Archdeacon in the November Seribner, accom- panied by his own photographs The narrative is one of the most romantic and thrilling accounts of adv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 October 1913

I 1 ■' vv •'-y. A NOTABLE SUNDAY CLOSING I FAMILY REUNION No 3014 THE CONDITION OF OFFICIAL STATEMENT Of the linatu-iuI condition ul UK/'OUT OK 'I The First National Bank Prendergast, Smith & Co,, b'roiu Saturday's Dally. Thi' reunion of ail t.h mhis nnd daughters of the Erwin.fam-I 'ly, which was held at th« home i of Mrs. F. E. Forrest yesterday, was a jiotabla one in many re- spee,)*. It is very seldom that as m&ny children born in «. 'fHauiiJy liv-e to the age that th<*e have *tbained; but in thin cas$ all iiiglit are living, the oldest bSimg sixty-four and the youngest for- ty-eight years of age. Al«to, there ire four sons ami four daugh- ters. Their parents, Ooi. and Mrs. S. A. Erwin died some ten to fifteen years ago, hut lived to see all their children settled in life. Further, the parents saw their ambition reallized in that all had joined the church—the Cum- berland Presbyterian at that time. The names, in the order of age, are: W. S. (Seotit), Lo- ruine, Mrs. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 October 1913

if; si'y THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION On* Year Six Mouths Three Montiia. .. RATES. .. .. 11.00. 50. 25. ■ntered t « swoad-class matter Jforch 6, 1908, at the postofttce at Mtili, Texas, under the act of Con- *wi of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 Issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. % Page 1 Issue 7.50. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. % Page 1 Issue 4.50. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 3.50. Less Than One Quarter Page. tffcr first Insertion—per Inch JOc. Bach Subsequent Issue—per inch cents. Readers per line—each Issue 5c. Discounts on yearly contracts. Ji • SPECIAL The special boom edition of the Mexia Herald, being an ex- position of the resources of Alex- ia and Mexia's trade territory, with particular reference to the large natural gas development there, has readied the good eye of State Press after a week's oversight. It is a fine piece of L iiiJ: A uvwepn-^ncitui, na«u uuiuui UVUJV is to be congratulated fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 October 1913

! v ' 1 ' a v\ 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 loai\B on Real Estate -liiect to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loanB closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. (Vwistahlo <3ox rounded up a nttgro maimed Bailey Wi'lliamiH Fri (lay and arrested him in. conmoc- ti(m with some of the burglaries Uiat have recently been oomntit- ted in Mexia. He wis found with, smito goods thiart were iden- tified as having been taken from the Berry-Jlamebt stock. The constable is now on the Lookout for the prisoner's brother, Berry I Williams, and will no donJbt inak out cases agaiinsit both negroc«. Dr. W. S. Red entertained the elders and deacons of his ehureh Friday night and all enjoyed, the hospitality of their pastor and his cozy home. C. S. Bradley of Groeabeck was in tlie city Monday on bus- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 October 1913

t ■■ f""*" EXPLOSION THAT DESTROYED GAMPOA DIKE '■ ' fcv f FIRST BOAT THROUGH THE OPENING IN GAM BOA DIKE >%. .( ■■ V HHNMGR Mmv i.4.0, m m IWl tedsBPff'S -i m&Mmi RDM r '■•• • :• • • • i'.'iy's/. m Ml ffllHTI The first boat to enter Culebra Cut from Gatun Lake after the Gamboa Hike wan blown up was a native canoe manned by two Americans, who puddled their light ora.fl 111 rough the now channel almost Immediately after the explosion / FLOATING ISLANDS IN GATUN LAKE When President Wilson pressed a button in the White House 1,277 great charges of dynamite were exploded v j I*an®?la Canal Zone and the Gamboa Dike was blown to pieces. The muffled roar of the explosion wan echoed by the cheers of thousands of spectator^ and instantly the cables flushed to all parte of the world the news that thlB climax in the building of the wonderful canal had been reached and passed. No ceremonies attend ml event> but thp heart of every American beat high with pride in the achievement of his...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 October 1913

/ •' ■ \, THE NEW s&mmm I: %J.-/ * '< I. ■■* ' ........ ~*~"r?r--- <w ■■ -■ • '-;rrWi CORNER STONE LAID TODAY WITH MASONIC CEREMO- NIES, AND AN ADDRESS DR. GEO. 0. RAN- i KIN, OF DALLAS. MAYES NAMES NOV. 2 TEMPERANGE SUNDAY Asks That Texas People Observe Day by Attending Church. Lieutenant and Acting Uovem- or WM II. Mayes issued the fol- lowing proclamation 'designating Sunday, November 2, ax "Tem- perance .Sunday'' in Texas: "The public mind in directed, as never before, to the appalling evils duo directly to the use of intoxicating liquors. It is a mat- ter in which every citizen, hav- ing at hearit the, welfare of the people and the" good1 of the country, is vitally concerned. The intemperate use of liquors is the largest factor in crowding our penitentiaries with convicts, in filling our asylums with in- sane. in the cau'iatiion of chronic A large audience witnessed the laying of the corner stone of the new Methodist church this afternoon. . ; , , . | diseases, in pau...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 October 1913

, ,, ■ ^ SMOTHERING SPELLS DJiNlii uf INVENTORS Sour Stomach, Heart Burn In October, A. HALL 1910, we received a letter from Mrs. Hall, from which we make the following ex- tracts: "About twelve yearn ago my health began to fail. I couldn't eat anything without, suffering for It. I had heart bum, sour utomjich, palpi- MRS.JAME tat Ion of the Bo* ^nou! heart, smother- ing spells, pains in my aides arid . ■ • . . back. In fact, 1 suffered all over, I' **' • and a eough almost like consump- tion. Doctors failed to relieve me; In fact, they didn't seem to know what ailed ine. I continued to grow worse until I was able to sit up only a part of the time. I had almost lost all hopes of ever being any better. "But one day some one threw some books in at my door. I read them and found them to be Peruna books. "They described my feeling so truly I sent at once and got a bottle and began taking it. You pronounced my ailment, systemic catarrh, and SaXc iiitt buine advice. "When I had taken two ...

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

FIRE, LIFE arid T0RNAf)0 jtvc, C iexia, iexa&. ' i!i««&tf >. ' ••' ■! I II— MEX1A, TEXAS, TU.nK.SJMV, NOV $1.00 Per 7m MRS. COLQUITT . ADVOCATES PANA- MAIZING TEXAS V I | /iti's. o, it who $iip jliis, 'il-turned Jrotiri a bni-i> bo Panumm with tiie Ctovernior, be- lieves ■ that Texas Should ho Pan- .-(irniJiiaiul iiil.rnikr sH.mt y«y tn tun tatwrvfttw yesterday Mirs. Goll- (jn'tlbt mid: '' The Governor iitrwl I were, fvery naturally, rnuoh interested i.ti ithe sanitary iniraule which has been wrought at, Panama. The fcsthmiw has been the piteealLthi/- est sipot to theworld, the breed- ing ground of yellow lever and malaria; typhoid t'ever, dysentery and otilier tropical diseases yrere very common. Nobhing k known of the deatli rati; before the- French undertook to build tin ■canal, hilt tlie annual death rate during the eight years they were at. work was 240 per thousand. The i',iily of (Julon. willh a popula- tion of ten thousand. has a eem- ,.ct'vry with one hundred ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 November 1913

THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. jackass mud P«>s>t. Jiunt a pet, honsH lawyer, ua hit' a ("■in.' Mayw Houx paper, the Mexia SUBSCRIPTION One Y ar Six Months, .. . Three Months. .. RATES. .. .. $1.00. 50. 26. Those Now York po.liiioui.tifi who killed a man and wounded several others while shooting at some ran away steers, ought to Entered as secoud-elawa matter Jfarch 6, 1908, at the puatoffice at)serve an apprenticeship with Mezla, Texas, under the act of Con- 4ir* of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 'tinmen. 1 Page 1 lasue .. .. Each Subsequent Issue, yt Page 1 Issue Kach Subsequent issue, M Page 1 Issue Each Subsequent Issue, LCII Than On* $12.00. 9.00. 7.60. 6.00. 4.50. 3.60. Dana For first Insertion—per Inch 20c. Each Subsequent Issue—per inch tl cents. Readers per line—each issue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. That mil'liiomdre's wife who was arrested in New YVu-k be- cause she could not pay a taxi bill of $1.80 ougilt to gio t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 November 1913

1/ \ ARE YOU A MAN? Is fmm mi "adult male person?" Jwl body, unm«, login, aim I a head? If lie is, the Lord made an error, Should have created an*rtlur ainijiuul ius,tioad. If God (treated man in 11 ik own imago, Then man a perfect being should be; Not a wily and hardened old smin/er Like i Ins bipeds we every day see. There wa* some reason in Diogenes' c<h«o*i When, with Ilia Lighted lantern in hand, lie walked through the streets in broad day light Ixi his fruitless search for a mam. t Now Diogenes, 'tis true, was a cynic, CM. n Uii0i"i0 6 iSbiiij C0S3i!&1Sptll<'i!!S Y3S*.V, But isn't it a LiittLe surprising He found not a man among the males that he knew? Wo doubt not some few then existed, But to find them proved a rub, That Diogenes' search proved a failure -And ho dejectedly returned to his tub. Among the countless specimens of imankind Whom we daily and houtily meet, There are some we know to be honosit, And some above graft and deceit. There are some who are regula...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 November 1913

Figure It Up Just take your pencil and a piece of paper and make out a list of all the Dry Goods you will need this Fall and Winter. Fig- ure it at the regular prices—and then figure it at the reduced prices at which you can buy them in this Alteration Sale—then notice the difference—the big saving you can make will suprise you. This sale Means Money to You. Come arvd Sa^ve k ill " V J1 pi \ X7 L J Ql /V f r RIGHT/ i A W n . & Wili ifa ' I ktn+tify I'M' Vl'iff *1 j JL ' ^ Ti This Big: Sale Opens 50c Work Shirts 35c These aire Tip Top Shirts, cut full, ail sizes in the lot, they go hi this alteration sale at 35<fc 15c Sox go at 50c Sox go at 39f 35c Sox go at 21f 29c Sox go at 19^ Suspenders at 18c. These are the popular imita- tion Guyot Suspenders, sell reg- ular at 25c, they go in this sale at each 18^ $2.00 Hats at $1.45. We have a special lot of mens regular $2.00 Hats in Staple and Fancy Shapes, they go in this Alteration Sale at your choice only $1.45 Suit Cases and Tru...

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

'I i tm - - JtSf. *3Wtmmjwrm^;ji% m ym^z~ lf> NJ V t' lN- / \ y j*> i '■ -i. $ SALE OPENS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Friday Nov.jj7th at 8:30 A. M. | _1 L j At 8:30 O'clock Sharp INOTICF 0ur S,ore wi" 1)6 closed on Thursday 6th, in order to get the store ready for this Big Sale sin u Dry Goods, (Clothing, ^t.o-Wear will go in this 1 make a new low price a. It is your opportunity pi sent season at prices that \nd remember, EVERY- Jit I.Me I $50, 00.00 Stock goes in this IIN and just bear in mind t« m this sheet or not. it is 1 having this Big Altera- lid values right now at lere's the reason; We in- in various departments it advisable to dispose snt stocks, in order to workmen. And these jve the goods nut in a Li«aflli5(X)NOM Y to you. Gome jine t^jgoods—ask the prices - will be ECONOMY for [entire season in this Al- jlspose of the greater por we havq put low prices |sffeet a quick clearance, splendid valuta offered 0^ S'vVk awA Dvess SooAs Yes,'EveryjPiece, every kind, every color, will...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 November 1913

Tl ~ I ■ ' n; A POINT ENTERPRISE FALLON EXCURSION RATES; "STARVING TO DEATH" pqw; lb Not made by Ft trus* • aval* , WQI CHICAGO* Better cookies, cake and biscuits, too. All as light, fluffy, tender and delicious as mother used to bake,' And just as whole* some. For purer Baking: Pow- der than Calumet cannot be bad at any price. > twa. Ask your grocer. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS W«M'« P«« F«od Eipaiitiaii, Olicif*. HI. tub tipotUoa, Fnau, much, 1I1Z Tm Jm I urt Murwkn ran k., eVu, or M,.«n kOm powder. Dti't k uled. Bu, C.lw.t7 It'. T," wl I«om«- i,M fcnt r«slti. f Cti.art u far lajinar to Mir milk ud mk. ; Mr. J. W. Ha i*d in is a close reader of the daily papers these days, watching for developments in. Mexico. He wants to join the adiitor'sv qua rterruasters depart- ment a,ml gio along to teach its how to "get things." He says he had lots of experience along that line during the late unpleas- ant news, and wants to give.us the benefit of his experience. Mr. Hardin was a sharpshoote...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 November 1913

I V IffegS W i&m Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have nrranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans *m %a—MHHNNNH OIUQt'U Ml* tucAia mi/iiwMw Yv*m * Satisfactory rates with pre payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Last Saturday afternoon Mr. Dee Thornton, living about three miles southwest of town,, had the misfortune to lose hie home by fire. The house Mind contend® burned, with, very little (saved. We sympathize with our neigh- bor in him financial Loss. IN OLD f'lll'H ZEN CONE A kurge crowd attended tilw j At the stockholders m eet in Hallow e'cui party at the city hail of the Mexia Oil and Gas conn- Friday niight and all seemed fcoipapy held Monday night the di- i enjoy the warm handshake rc-! rectors were authored to ziego- I ceiyed at the door. All of til lie' tjate a loan, sufficient to jwiy the !children, iw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 November 1913

p| , ■ PR 1 1119 Nurvous and Sick Headaches. I Toppiid liver, ooiiMtipat/od bow- . i In and disordero*! stomach are the watwus. inL' thewo Jmadach**. < Take- l>r. KSnig's New Life PiAksl you will be surprised how quick- ly yott will get rsil.i<ft'. They sti 111- the (Iillt'ri m! organs to doi work property. No hotter 11 or far liver and 25e and intvusl i.ii a I iiilil drufMrjjstsI : BUek,le] I TEXAS INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS WILL AWARD PRIZES WOMAN'S DAY uiii ti The fifth annual i-onvenit ol the IVxas Industrial Coragtteus at which prizes iggftff-gatiiic $10. i mai At TT (' Phon< 'Tzr J. L- * iTIJ. ;j_ DENTIST -Front room> over Parlor Drag Store. --Office 143, Ham I* 16 Mexiiks Texas ^ Dr. H/ ju Watson DENTIST Office upstairs in New Opera House building. Office phone 46;2Residence, 74 f mexia.ttkxas Ml-WW iox to-j 000 in gokl wil.l bo i v in- by ; contest aoits who' have obtained . Phil- j the largest yields of field -wopi I per sen* at tilwi 1'i.iast espouse, i her 18, in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 November 1913

■lam Emy W W - iM'M, 'V , .r ' f.T \ / Lib fury — See J. Sand ford Smith if<t>r rlk' LIFE and r0ftNAI)0 f risurat***?, fie* ) Mexia Fourteenth Year. LBXIA, T E X A& THWMDAY, NOV. 1 :j,*1013.- ,00 Ye*. I« m MfXIA STEADf VI wmam V \ ' .Vi On and after Nov. 1, I will Sell Groceries for Cash only. This means to every one, the Rich-end Poor, Strangers and Friet1c5s alike! On the same date I will discontinue free de- livery service. in■ hat <>£ bill:' velvet with ] Fn-#dt rtwebnd*. Both the \i'id( ! and aijc po| nl|Br iU social j F. ^ _ • ' ' ; jeiwl|s. n Mexia. U -"ddinu', -nufabh Liriiu; ij'itJ Mlj* BeSOTm •>-/ a .charm in a in Its appointments, was solemn-' .v.'U'iKl*iiy aii<i a meroifer :«f on j .'izfd ou YVedneSiday, October '29,!<tl4' J|«ncyme's m<*rt prGiiiiwem A<yj) .SfVBStOBS ARE WlfElS- 'at three oclock at tite honi# o#jP J |#i^Iu^utiitl families. TIGATING OUE WON Sftp Dickson is also iv JI known j \ DISHFUL OPPORTU- .Vfc:iia, having lived here for...

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