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

W ^v-.- " *4^ i,l i, -L PEACE UNTIL HUERTA LETS GO / A' President Says in Message Pres- ♦jgo nf Dictator !s Grumblinfj and End Is Near. WANTS MONEY BILL PASSED Urges Enactment of Legislation to Make Farming a More Efficient Business. LET SHERMAN LAW STAND Primary Elections for Selection of Candidates for Presidency Urged— Ultimate Independence of Phil- ippines an Obligation—Dou- ble Duty Toward Alaska —Employers' Liability. Washington, Dec. 2.—The following Is President Wilson's complete mes- sage delivered to congress today: In pursuance of my constitutional duty to "give to the congress informar tlon of the state of the Union," I take the liberty of addressing you on sev- eral matters which ought, as it seems to me, particularly to engage the at- tention of your honorable bodies, as of all who study the welfare of the aation. I shall ask your indulgence if I ven- ture to depart in some degree from the usual custom of setting before you h formal review the many matters which have e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 December 1913

rhh W:-M W' * -> r —— I y . ;-l 8 l\IVII V CREAM Baking fowDER Jkm* $ {$&}${. '' ' V; Pure— Wholesome-^-Reliable— Indispensable Its fame is world-wule. Its superiority unquestioned. Its use is a protection against alum food. In buying baking powder examine the label carefully - and be sure the powder is made from cream of tartar. Other kinds do not make the food healthful. RADFORD 10 BE NATIONAL LECTURER A tan la, Qa.—President Barrett of the National Farmers' Educa- tional and Co-operative Union of America, today announced the appointment of Peter Radford, ex-president of tine Texas Farm- ers' Union, as National Lecturer, with headquarters at Fort Worth Texas. Mr. Radford's depart- ment will do educational and or- ganization work and he will han- dle publicity work for the Na- tional Union, discussing, through the press, agricultural questions from the standpoint of the men who follow the pflow. The National Union now has approximately four million active memheim and has sta...

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

M \ . •ntary 5 DROPS Di^ Heu/alfc dread For mil form* of Rheumatism MEXIA PUBLIC SCHO iuul to krwr- LUMBAGO. :iat1ca gout. neuralgia. and kidney troubles. DROPS STOP THE PAIN ojvm Quick R«ll««^ £ ALL & smmo* Rheumatic Cure Co_ Itt-UeW, UtfM OC. CMtCAOO ' HOLIDAY EXCURSION Reduced Round Trip Rates VIA TO THE Old States Also to St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago and other Points. Tickets on sale December 20, 21 22,1913. Limited for return Jan. 18, 1913. TO Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisana and Texas. Tickets on sale December 23, 34, 25, 26 and 31, 1913, Jan. 1st. 1914. Limited for return Jan. 6, 1914. Through Chairs and Coaches. Also Pullman Sleeping Cars. Port. Worth and Dallas to Mem- phis, and Waco to St. Louis. For rates and Full Information Call on Ticket Affent or write JOHN F. LEHANIC, Genl. Frt. and Pass. Agent. Tyler, Texas. GUS HOOVER, Traveling Pass. Agent, Ft. Worth, Texas. Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. Phones—Office 143, Home 16. i Mexia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 December 1913

See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant*:, flex! a IS. ■y-njm-- ===== MEXIA, TBXAa TIHJlfcSDAVr, DEC. 11. 1913. i Fourteenth Year. IE. SliBi? i-—'— -L 1 .xMf £ f\ I'.'-' V: •)!?'. <s"'vr:' I Sale of Silks, Wool Dress Goods and Trimmings Begining Tomorrow, December 12th, and running through Wed= nesday, Dec. 24th, we will place on sale our entire line of silks wool dress goods and trimmings, at prices that will clean out each Department in a hurry. Now is the time to take advantage, buy that Christinas dress. Remember this sale is for 10 selling days, and will positively close Wednesday, December 24th. t fe YM Ss$ 1 Pitk-w, Special Silk Values 1,98 value 40 inch silk charmeuse, evening and street shades, an excellent value at 1.98, special at ' — $1.29 1.98 and 2.50 40 inch Crepe Meteor, evening artd street shades, the most popular silks of the season priced special at $1.69 40 inch silk <oiles regular 1. > vabje^ fy,-;or:c l'ose and blue only priced specia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 December 1913

Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. I I m frj I 'li m i W) s, jy I 5 I 1 ' < _ ' ] u m 1 ill SUBSCRIPTION One Year Six Months Three Monthu. .. RATES. .. .. >1.00. 50. 26. . Entered s." ancond-claaa matter Jlarch 6, 1908, at the postoffioe at Alexia, Texas, under the act of Con- ywn of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 lusue >12.00. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. % Page 1 Issue 7.50. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. M Page 1 Issue 4.50. Eacb Subsequent Issue, .. 3.60. Lesa Than One Quarter Page. For first Insertion—par Inch 20c. Each Subsequent issue—per Inch 11 cents. Readers per line—each Ibsub 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. CONTRIBUTIONS MADE FOE THE RELIEF OF PEOPLE IN VICINITY OF BRYAN. From Tuesday's Daily. ^ In answer to the appeal pub- lished in the Little Daily Mon- day afternoon1 the following amounts have been donated for the relief of the destitute in the Bryan country: Miunger Cotton & Oil Co $2").00 Do your Christmas sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 December 1913

K V • ■% /K SHILOH ITEMS W«till wo had a very lunge rain lant week and had a nice north' er Saturday evening suppose tlio ground will soon be dried out no we can go to plowing again. Sunday School was very w'ell attended here Sunday. Miws I {essi(> Kennedy and Miss Katherine Potts spent Saturday night with Miss Ellla Cope. Mr. aiwl Mrs. John llinchliffe and danghtcjjr, Miss Debby visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Loi'land Smnday. Maw. Moee Speight visited Mrs. Sewell Saturday night and Sum- day. Misses Ella Cope, Katherine Potts and Irene MeElroy' visited Minn Bessie Kennedy Sunday. Messrs Cecil Ingram, Wiluier Eubamks and Walker Morgan visited Bob Byrd Sunday. Mr. Harrison Aulid attended the party at Point Enterprise Saturday night. Messrs John Wells and Will Cooley also attended the party Saturday night. Mi*. Reuben Kennedy visited her parents last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Potts vis- POINT ENTERPRISE 11 It 'wis ceased raining at lastj and everybody is glad and we have at last got that lon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 December 1913

fSjSR? A I W^iM m V S\xs\ \0 "Da^s AJaiYvY C\vvvs\wvas - Silk Scarfs Get Your Xmas Dress at a Saving Wo have all the wanted fabrics in Dress Goods as Kpung>':> Diagont'.1*, ^anev Worsteds, Serges etc., any kind or color you could want. Come in and select your Xmas dress now—you now have your choice of all the latest styles at very low prices. ■ Suiting at 59c Plenty of different kinds and colors to pick from in this lot. Both the plain and fancy weaves. The regular 1.00 quality goes in this Final Sale at the yard 59c Suiting at 79c You'll find'all the newest cloths in this lot in both the fancy weaves and the plain serges, in a full line of colors - they go in this sale at the yard 79C Eponge at 85c This is one of the seasons newest cloths—all the leading colors in this lot- regular 1.25 quality goes in this sale at the yard 85c Fancv Suiting at $ 1.29 This lot includes some of the finest suitings in the store, ill the popular Wool Welts and fancy mixtures. The regular 2.00 qu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 December 1913

. Wflm v&s - i>\ \joyVV Tax* \Jo\x SWp SarY^ J vi >r IAT? Xmas Gifts >er if articles that will make forifather, mother, sister, , sweetheart or friend. This he many useful articles hfij n Folks to 50c 179c md 1.00 and up to 25c > md up o 8.50 00 11.00 Ladies Suits, Skirts, Coats, on Sale \' i ■'''' •' 'a1 "jf - •'^;',V .'i7'ViV "V" ..../i ' V- /}%t \ • '• ••'V' V- . • >, j "* '■ •• * •' ' .'j 'r\> Commencing Friday, December the 12th, we will place on Sale our entire line of Ladies Suits, Coats, Separate Skirts, and Dresses at , i|g"nifi • «*** s_J —- the final reductions of the season, the prices are iow. TBSM The Reductions are radical- *«V (■ '#*,•/ i -come in and make your selections now, while the picking is good, and Coat Suits at 11.75 assortment. Final Sale at, cash Blue. Serges and fancy Wool Mixtures in this They sold in regular way at 10.00 and 18.00. They go in the - ^11.75 Coat Suits at 9.75 Just 5 suits in this lot to sell at this price, and they,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 December 1913

■$ >•■■■■! ' *. •• m m m m SillOiSi'QSIliElBB'EliBillElEliEiSSBlEiBSiSBQIEISBiEI. Complete Stock of Jewelry arm - «t v*'?Ty?vmms>axM'imm *^M 4mMM!iws&mvasux n ■iMiiii-IKwbct MgatEaa^/iu B "\0a\.e\\es, CVocks, S'vWrvo&ve, C\vvua\oaiTe awdi 5>6\ eVr$ a\.V "¥uw&s A T IHHHHHH •vr ,-m ■ - awifct @ Your Chance to Get Xmas and New Year Gifts AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES D. Pittman □ 0 a a GOODS SOLD FOR CASH ONLY DURING THIS SALE r\Qe JftvmU Compare 1?vvces; S3 □ m Up=Stai rs Pittman Building Mexia, • • • • Texas mtmaeinnnzttxinnnriviciCttmtttittttFi mm # *i* *ra# ♦ Mil A RECORD BREAKER you are mostly interested and mail to the Tyler Commercial College, Tyler, Texas, today and receive catalogue. Name Address Course interested in Our daily attendance this falfl has been the largest in the his- tory of the institution, and from prf'tent indications our January Ait .ndaiice wi 111 he a record hr< iker. With otur new building and additional teachers already employed. We ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 December 1913

m wrm 7 Twelve flore Selling: Days To buy Furniture and Furniture Novelties at the most remarkable selling prices ever known to the people of Mexia and surrounding country. Our stock is yet almost complete owing to the large quanity on hand, almost all of the extraordinary low values offered at the opening of our sale can yet be had. However, the assortment is being broken very rapidly and in order to get just what you want at such a remarkable saving in price, you should get here as early as possible. Iron Beds 2inch continous iron beds 7-8 fill- ers Vernis Martin finish. Regu- larly sold at 10.00 Pre-Inventory sale price $7.95 12.50 iron beds any finish $9.95 17.50 iron beds any finish 13-50 25.00 iron beds any finish 19.50 All other iron beds in proportion. Mattresses (A-,- One of the best mattress bargains evet offered the people of this section will be all our 7.50 and 6.50 roll edge and bisquit tufted mattresses no. 2 art tick at $4.95 Freight Paid on all out of town Purchases...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 11 December 1913

a RHEUM A T/O SUFFERERS •MOULD UIK 5 DROPS Tho Boat Romody For all form* of Rheumatism ^ lumbago. ^ sciatica. gout. neuralgia. and kidney troubles. bptre min L QuIcV Rallel NoOtiMr Rvmtfl "s-owor*" rm ON _ (n Rheumatic Cure Co— !'«- •• W. Lah «.. CHiOMK) ' pDAY, EXCURSION Ci'<lured Round Trip Rates VIA TO THE Old States Also to St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago and other Points. Tickets on sale December 20, 21 22,1913. Limited for return Jan. IB. 191 a. TO Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisana and Texas. Tickets on sale December 28, 54, 25, 26 and 31, 1913, Jan. 1st. 1914. Limited for return Jan. 6, 1914. Through Chairs and Coaches. Also Pullman Sleeping Cars. Port Worth and Dallas to Mem- phis, and Waco to St. Louis. For rates and Full Information Call i on Ticket Agent or write JOHN F. LEHANE, Gcnl. Frt. a«ftl Pass. Agent. Tyler, Texas. GUS HOOVER, Traveling Pass. AgenU Ft. Worth, Texas. Dr. J. L. Metcalf dentist "Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drug Store. 'Paones—Office 143, House 16. Me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 December 1913

•*• ♦ Library 5>ccJ. ^anuioij Smith lor FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant*;, fte*ia, lexa . The Mexia Weekly Herald. fourteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, TIIUR&DAY, DEC. 18, 1913 r s $1.00 Per Yttf. going A lyW.' isr ; it® CREAM BAKING POWDER t A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder t 1 ■ ... • \ Indispensable to best results—saves worry—saves work—saves money— saves health—saves complaints at table >S5?G& Our entire line of men's and boysclothing is going at radical reductions. Note the pric- es below, then come in and get your Xmas Suit, Now, while the prices are low and the picking good. $25.00 Mens suits go at $15.00 20.00 IV^ens suits go at $13 75 17.50 Mens suits go at $11.00 12.50 Mens suits go at $8.25 mt COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES Isaac Lindloy, itmminjr; fined i j $10.0(1. i Ciias +10.00. Willi. Coleman, prnmintr; fine*] I /in*k v, gaming: ! IM? 80ME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE From Groesbeek Journal. Marriage License. Geo. W. Byrd to Willie Benton. A. J. Mallard ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 December 1913

mem wrrm PITTMAN'S This Is Gift Selecting Week mmm T HOUGHTS of Christmas Gifts are in the minds of everyone now. Gift seekers will find a visit here will be an inspiration and a revelation. Here is the greatest selection of gifts we have ever shown to Mexia and critical gift - seekers. In breadth of selection, refinement and distinction our offering cannot be surpassed. We have a multitude of gifts rangeing in price from $ 1 to $ 10—- $10 to $100. Then we have, as always, many from $100 up to $1,000. Each station has its articles of in- terest on display, its interesting values; merit in every article, be it expensive or inexpensive. Open evenings until Christmas. . T). Yvttmaw •1 cAa'ws PITTMAN'S Diamonds Jewelry Silver Watches docks Crystal Cut Glass Chains AT REDUCED PRICES Sals Closes Dec. 31st 1913 PITTMAN'S *3ov "WlexvOoev \\\e The following are but a few of the many hundreds we have. You will tlnd a visit hero will reveal a most interesting' array of suggestive gifts. GIFTS ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 December 1913

COME TO SEE US Friends vim who have rocOiv- [ eii the lleralcl regularly each week, kindly remember us when | in town doing your Christina's .shopping, and if you know your- self to be in arrears fop subscrip- tion, ccwwe iu and di up with lis. W« need the money, and there is no better time than the holidays to make the editor's WHITE WAY CONTRACT TO PEUTER & DEWEESE Etf / ! M .eart i^lad by dropping a Whew! in the strong box. We are going to move into our own building during Christmas week, and will then be af home to all of our friends. DANGER IN DELAY Kidney Diseases Are Too Dan- gerous For Mexia People to Neglect. The great danger of kidney troubles is that they so often get a firm hold before the suf- ferer recognizes them.. Health will be gradually undermined. Baelcache, headache, nervousness, lameness, soreness, lumbago, ur- inary troubles, dropsy, gravel and Bright's disease may follow as the kidneys get worse. Don't neglect your kidneys. Help the kidneys with Doan's Kid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 December 1913

* ■■V-v, ' ■ " •■w .•«< THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION One Year, Six Months, .. .. Three Months, .. RATES. .. .. $1.00. BO. .. .... .26. ■ntered an second-class matter Harch 6, 1908, at the postofflce at Mexta, Texas, under the act of Con of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 Issue (12.00. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. % Page 1 issue 7.60. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. ^4 Page 1 Issue 4.60. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 3.60. Leas Than One Quarter Page. For first Insertion—per Inch 20c. Each Subsequent issue—per Inch It cents. Readers per line—each Issue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. BRIDES AND ' PRECEDENCE Some of the big papers, in speaking of tlie White House wedding, put it Wilson-Say re, inatAArk of Say re-Wilson, as is the custom. That is todayism with a vim. But, be it said to the credit of the bride, she is a sen- sible woman and will not stand for anything of the kind, since she insisted on having the wor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 December 1913

A V I W 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 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. Dr. and Mrs. Pollt have re- turned to Corsicana after a visit to Mr. and1 Mra. Roaeo Cook. Your liver lacks G-rigsby's LIV-VER-LAX. Try a bottle to- day. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ask Mexia I>rug Co. Mrs. Jessie Mealey, who stab- bed her husband a few days ago in Houston and then took her own life by drinking poison, will be remembered as the little black headed waitress who worked in Rhea's rostauranit here several months ago Mr. and Mrs. Paul Norinan came over from Kirven Sunday. TIabitual> constipation and all liver troubles can be cured by using Grigfiby 'g LIV-VER-LAX Ask Mexia Drug Co. T. A. White presented the fire departme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 December 1913

.... ■ '■'•"'I. . I V 1 * RADFORD'S PLATFORM Biscuits Baked Ex.President of the Farmer's Union Outlines Legislative Needs of Farmers. Wh Yop never tasted daintier, lighter, fluffier biseuits than tlu>se baked with Calumet. They're always /> good—delicious, fj For Calumet in- Jt ^ sures perfect fa baking. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS ! World's Pure Food Exposition. Chicago, Illinois. Paris Exposition, France, March* 1912. Ill M M III S MARKETING AND HELPING THE TENANT FARMER THE PARA- MOUNT ISSUES. Fort Worth, Texas.—Replying to manv request* to run for Governor, i Peter Radford gave out the lollow- 1 ing statement: "Mv duties with the National and l State Farmers' Union, I consider, present a wider field for rendering public service than tliat afforded by the Governorship of Texas. Many things are possible through mutual co-operation that can not he accom- plished through legislation and T consider it my duty to work in this btoader field. "Our government has been run by ritv men a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 December 1913

DISTRICT COURT JURORS Grand Jury Selected to Serve at the January Term. A. B. Crider, Porsonvillle. W. 6. Storey, Jewett, R. 1. Jake Hughes, Thornton R 3. J. T. Hamilton, Thornton. Youmg Jones, Groesbeek. James Smith, Groesbeek. J. C. MeKinley, Otto R 2. J. E. Griffis, Mart 1. E. M. Phillips, Mart 1. W. P. Alexander Marl 4. H. P. Stephen®, Kosee. John R. Scott, Frosa. W. B. Hemdrick, Mt. CaLm. H. M. JoliaiKon, Mexia. W. N. Moody, Tehjuacana. E. M. Speighit, Groesibeck 3. Petit Jurors—Second Week. H. W. Aiders, Groesibeck. Elmmitt Burchfield Mart ,1. A. J. Morris, Groesbeek 3. R. S. Schneider, Mart 6. S. M. Stockton, Hubbard. Jim Roberts, Oletha. J. "W. Little, Mart 2. J. G. Cochram, Grocsbeck. J. D. Abbott, Mart 1. T. Batchellor, Groesibeck. D. II. Eady, Grocsbeck J. P. Winninigham, Groesboek3. M. "W. Cliin«r, Mart 2. H. M. Hill, Mt. Calm 4. Prank Oliver, Groesibeck. W. K. Hardeman, Delia. H. J. Speight, Mexia. L. II. Adams, Grocsbeck. H. L. MuilliuK, Groesbeek. 3. B. J. Holder, Mar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 18 December 1913

: E !— RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS SHOULD USE 5 DROPS Tho Boat Romotty For all forma of Rheumatism LUMBAGO. SCIATICA. COUT. NEURALGIA. AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. DROPS STOP THE PAIN Gives Quick RulUf united charities!purity federation'woman's mission ary society wmmm is now endeavoring to I harity on the systenittt-| The following is the imtu na on Iwuwon Rheumatic Care Co. W. Laka K. CNICMO ' N ) L I DAY EXCURSION ltfriured Round Trip Kates VIA I r Old States Also to St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago Memphis and other Points. Tickets on sale December 20, til 22,191 :S. Limited for return Jan. 18, 1914. Other dates and sale to points in ^Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisana Tevas and Memphis Tennessee Through Chairs and Coaches. Also Pullman Sleeping Cars. Port Worth and Dallas to Mem- phis, and Waco to St. Louis. t\ For rates and Full Information Call on Ticket Agent or write JOHN F. LEHANE, Genl. Frt. anil Pass. Agent. PHt Tyler, Texas. GUS HOOVER, Traveling Pass Agent, Ft. Worth, Texas. Dr. J. L. Metcal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 25 December 1913

\ \ j ee J. Sandford Smith for FSRti, LIPK and TORNADO insuraixr&c, ne*iat lext* * <' fe ' ■'' ?■ ' •• '' ■ ' 1 : ' " .■.■'y -^5 The Mexia Weekly Heral " . /' Fourteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 25, 191 J. -*■ 11.00 Per Ywd LP.. 1 ■■1 I!— I m HONOR ROLL FOR THIRD MONTH First Grade. Tliinlnui Walker Edwellou Gray Luoilc Lofland I letter Beene Clarence Qrice J Iezel Cox Bliise Gibson Love McDonald. Ruby Wills Bertha Wright. Second Grade. Helen Fink Glliadys Wilson -lira Smith Josie Wright Arabia Avery Melba Petty Robert Kollman Robert Welsh Hazel FieJder Herman Ilitt Waller Cosnahan Orva Moore Emboli Anderson Thomas Germany Fran Vie TLo'„"p>*ii>'* Call id King Third Grade. Stewart Fink Elmer Welsh Edna llitt. Lueile Stover May Wright Frances Beckham Johnnie Parr Iionta Hen VinLn^ Fourth Grade. Herbert Murphy Marv Est die Magnenat Marion Reynolds fdeiria Randiall Beatrice Nortlicutt Harold Fink Pauline Maya Ruth Roller Rosdle Jackson Fifth Grade. Harvey Maekey Ra...

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