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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 July 1908

I iney to ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. > f I B i I have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Keal Estate diiect 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. rings all styles at Solid gold Pittmans. Asa May is in from Kirven to attend the reunion. Miss Mozelle Morris of Hub- bard City, is visiting Miss Mabel Sturdivant for a few days. Sterling silver toilet sets at Pittmans. Miss Effie Dean of Kosse is in the city the guest of Miss Minnie Blake CogdeH. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Nussbaum have returned from a visit to relatives in Galveston. Kodaks for rent at Pittmans. Come up and see about them. Miss Ethel Cheshire of Shreve port, La., is in the city visiting Mrs. Geo. E. Petty, during the ' eunion. Capt. Jack Wolfe caine down from Dallas to attend the re- union for a few days. Elgin and Waltha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 July 1908

55 Amerlcans Should Enjoy Their Advantages HONDURAS GOVERNMENT ACED FROM BORDER < N. P.IOUX, Pipleher TEXAS people's Idea, of bringing uo la to bring them up with turn. to Kick names are very pretty In private conversation, but they sound decidedly ■Illy In court. Now "poleless wireless" has been announced. After a while perhapB it will be costless as well. Servla and Montenegro are at it again. They are the South American twins of the eastern continent. A Chicago Infant has a $1,000 crib. The kidnapers will be tempted to take the frame and leave the picture. In asking for a divorce, a Nashville woman said there was a devil in her husband. Why didn't she starve it out of him? The man who is most concerned about loafing throughout the summer Is generally the person who also loafs the rest of the year. That Brooklyn physician who as- serts that people can get crazy drunk on water must have had good oppor- tunities of observing the stock market. A discovery of large deposits of tin ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 July 1908

K r ' ~{m*m W ■:!> =5 m .r % <- r> WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE ■&v, A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. M. D. Preston, who la serving a twenty-five year sentence In the Neva- da prison for murder, is the socialist nominee for President of the United States. Honolulu has completed all arrange- ments for the entertainment of the Ai- lantic battleship fleet and awaits the coming of the ships with the greatest Interest:. Taking the lead at the first range and never being hea^ad, the Ameri- can team won the international rifle match which closed at Bisley, Eng- land, Saturday. Arrangements for a wireless service connecting prominent hotels from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast with lin- ers far out on the sea, have been prac- tically completed. Major John J. Reeve of Henderson, Ky., staff officer of the Confederate Generals, Hood and Johnston, and As- sistant A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 July 1908

V.f. pal H-SWtpf- Wm ':>' r i II IS $1 ■ I . FOR Uf NTS OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS'* BY HAM JENNIN6S BRYAN 576 Imperial Octavo Pages. 251 Su- perb Engravings from photographs taken by Col. Bryan. Recounting his trip around the world and his visit to all nations. Greatest book of travel ever written. Most successful seller of thiB generation. Four Editions in 4 months. The agents harvest. Write at once for "Territory" and "Agent's Outfit." AGENTS OUTFIT FREE-Send fifty cents to cover cost of Mailing and handling. Address Tin Thompson Publishing Go. St. Loui.s, Mo. Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis- courages and lessens ambition: beauty, vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when thj kid- neys are out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent I that it is not uncommon for a child to be borr. 1 afflicted with weak kid- neys. If tt.<* child urin- ates too often, if the urine scalds the fiesh or if, whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 July 1908

?<J -V; \' ' ■ Hg r -/ •< :• ' :< J. See J. Sandford Smitn for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, ilexia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. VOL. 9 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1908. STATE PROHIBITION. Saloons pay no revenue. The j whiskey dealer buys 1 gallon whiskey $3 00 j Sells it by the drink 9 00 j Makes 6 00 ^ For expenses 1 00 ^ Consumer pays 5 001 ^ This covers allot' his license:® and puts good money in his pock- UL et besides, and cuts the wife and children out of some necessities. N Its poor people who drink to ex- & cess. The shocking * shame is that money makes people respectable, g Though the greatest shame is for men to trade their votes and in- ^ fluence for money. There will be about all the voting boxes money and intox- icating liquors to influence votes for no submission. Will you ac- cept either, or will you cultivate the mind and be not led by ap- petite and love of money? Don't let the other fellows do all the planning* and thinking. What's bad ab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 July 1908

■ 1 i P! | 8&(? fJp$« Vii5'f'~fl''■' :. f i .'V ' ','■ V- • •>:««-< ''■■ ''VA ?*&' ■• %'•■' 'X i • , V ,i ,"•' .'! . •• *. ' ' W^fcSPP^gSj iwse4ft r v< v . •■■ ->>, v ' -v ,;'■ V .... TEXAS person Js often the rid as sharp as a razor •trapping. #rt yielded last year 1 lobsters, half of which 132,000 street beggars, and Bottom make a better living fen compensation in the fact | the less you know, the more ak you know. Ms pension legislation is car- in England and Australia, old *ve Its compensations. I isn't necessarily on the I path because he can trace at for many generations. Rule of Cities European and American Meth- ods Compared By JOSIAH QUINCY. THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE people are born great, some greatness, and some manage it by means of an anti-fat | thfough meats be high? Aren't J34JOOO.OOO bushels of wheat in Riot to mention a billion bush- ite? nan has two 6ouls, according to le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 July 1908

Ml , ■3!K *-• f' % ■V '• ./ ) > WELLTO-DQ WOMAN 18 MURDER- ED IN stbRM: MAN HAS NOT BEEN FOUND Daughter Claims to Have Heard the Shot* Fired from Behind Car . It- New York, July 21.—"Mfe1 body of •Mrs. Ottilllo Eberhart,_ a welMo-do^yi- enaeso widow, was foiind on the rail- road track ia a lonely section of Haek- ensack, U.' J„ early toiTay. At first It was believed the woman had been struck on the head by a train and killed. Subsequent Investigations, revealed however that sho had been ■murdered and her body placed upon the track. As a result of that Inves- tigation the police are now scarchin, for August Eberhart, the dead worn- man's nephew, who importuned Mrs. Eberhart to come to this country and bring her little fortune of $2000 and her twenty-year-old daughter, whom August promised to marry. On Saturday Eberhart, his aunt und her niece, took a trolley ride into New Jersey and after leaving the car liber- hart told them he had lost his way. A storm broke and during the crasl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 July 1908

...MM Much Tex, March 9, i Yes *0.00 tpKMKi 24.00 300.00 7.80 14.00 17B.OO Om«UA*TUPACB. 90c perpneh. We per inch. 44 44 " "Each Issue tahave elected toy on* yet, and its opposition is usually considered * good thine to hav*,. ? PBELL HAS DONE v. Campbell's ad- the following laws 11 of which are in the people in one (■: . Suppression of every gam- I in Texas. prohibition of drinking on &d trains. Limiting time for contesting local i elections. Giving power to District Judges ijoin the sale of Whiskev in local districts or the renting of ^for unlawful purposes. axing express copapanies $5,000 yir?fer ifquor into'j>rohibition dis- Suppressing bucket shops and all ■ kinds of gambling in futures. Removing occupation taxes on ful occupations. Abolishing the free pass evil. Prohibiting nepotispi in office. A charter fee on corporations ng protection from our laws. 11. A depository law that brings in- vest to Texas on her idle money. A fianchise tax that increases kmtf'of revenue $1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 July 1908

I. on M ttPROVEO FAfiMS .* LBN NOTES AMD EXTENDED. >•' . v BOUGHT I have arranged for western i-v capital wheteby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay.' , Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileres. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer. Mexia. Texas V Local and Personal. P. S. Park and Claude Ezell are Retting ready to open a moving picture show in our city. Our tomatoes are fairly good. Our peaches are Elbertas and are scarce.—W. D. Pittman. A crazy negro who has been running at large near town for several weeks, was captured this morning by some other negroes and brought to town and then in turn was taken to Groesbeck to be lodged in jail. Miss Annie Saunders has re- turned to her home in Cameron after a visit to Mexia friends. Wanted, to rent a 100 acre farm near Mexia for next year. For particulars apply to W. J. Currie, Mexia. Texas. Prof. Ben Prince of Corsicana wasjin the city this afternoon. W....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 July 1908

D nBE 7 OUTFITS AT KINGSTON 7° riCTto ImJL KINGSTON, Jamaica, once a veritable heaven of tropical villas and southern industry, now bids fair to pass into archives of history and within a few years this gem of the south will probably be only a memory in American minds. It is nearly 18 months since the earthquake which rivaled that at San Francisco tore down the beau- tiful bungalows and public buildings and desecrat- ed the plazas of Kingston, but there has been hardly a move to rebuild the city. As a conse- quence the place to-day looks much as it did the JV&3T&W 0?KINGSTON HARBOR 3S nature-blessed, fertile-soiled dot in the great sea would produce under conditions of intense agricul- tural cultivation! Apparently under the very best of the present-day cultivation about the only effort that is put forth to produce the most abundant crops is to tear away that which you don't want in order to give a little advantage to that which you want to grow. The fruit trees and farms pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 July 1908

. >*,y " 't >; '■ ■ ' ' m Ml AN HONEST DQCTOR RU-NA & .t ADVISED PE-RU-NA. MB. SYLVESTER E. SMITH, Boom -218, Granite Block, St. LouU, Mo, writes i "Peruna ia tbe best friend a sick man can have. "A tow months ago I came here in a wretched condition. Exposure and dampness had rained my once robust health. I had catarrhal affections of the bronohlal tubes, and for a time there was a doubt as to my recovery. "My good honest <^i doctor advised me to take Peruna, wmoh I did and in a short time my health began to im- prove very rapidly, the bronchial trouble gradually disappeared, and in three months my health was fully re- stored. "Accept a grateful man's thanks for bis restoration to porfect health." Pe-ru-na for Ills Patients. A. W. Perrin, M. D. S., 080 Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "I am using your Porun a myself, and am recommending It to my patients in all cases of catarrh, and find it to be more than you represent. Peruna can l>e had now of all druggists in t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 July 1908

SS,$£<£ Si ygs* North, East Southeast Colorado, Pacific coast, and Mexican Points VIA I .& T. C. R. R. Sale commencing June' 1st return limit October 31st '08 Loop trip via New Orleans and .Southern Pacific Co., Steamers. Going via Steamer and returning via rail lines or vice versa. For furtaer infoimation call on agents of the H. & T. C. R. K. Qr write to C. K. Dunlap T. J. Anderson Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt. iloustor. Texas. Tbonsands Have Ki&yjj Trouble and Never Suspect it Prevalence of Kldner OUraw. Most people do not realize the alarm- ing increase and remarkable prevalency of kidney disease. Whilekidneydis- lorder* are the 'most common diseases that pre- vail, they are almost the last recognized by patient and phy- sicians, who eon- tent them elve$ with doctoring the efecti, while the orig- inal diuate undermines the system. What To Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, fulfills ev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 July 1908

See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexfa, Texas. feV J5 rv The Mexia Weekly Herald. VOL. 9 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1908. NO 31 V I ft I [ n.. - : NEGRO AT THE STAKE. The People of Greenville Mete out Swift Punishment to a Black Brute. Special to the Evening News. Greenville, Texas, July 28.—A negro boy as= saulted a white girl here this morning and the indig- nant people took him in charge and burned him at the stake. The crime was committed near town earl this morning and the boy was captured by the offi= cers, but a mob of about one thousand people took him from the officers and proceeded to the court house yard where the burning took place. The town is full of people but all is quiet now. ! • . 40L.-V <ocv xa. sin*. .***. a k" /' -V fif *4 fj, %s^ 3 1(W Beginning Thursday Morning, July 30, 1908. VVe Will Give Away, Absolutely FREE OF CHARGE, 100 Pieces 25c and 50c Imported Japanese China Ware. See our Plan in West Show Window New York Bargain ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 July 1908

ff-mm 555 GIRL SEES BROTHER UNOWNED. MEXIA WEEKLY TYPHOID FEVER DISCUSSED. Why May It Not Yet Be Possible ? N. P. HOUX. Publisher the Moon SIXTEEN COUNTRIES HAVE REP RESENTATIVES PRESENT. MEXIA, 1'EXAS Cuton bu fewer than 500 foreign realdenta. By PBOF. ERNEST GREEN DODGE. A. M. King of England Delivers an Address in Which He Expresses Gratifl cation.—Queen Pleased. lis Mid this will be a record year for mosquitoes In Jersey. In other words, It's to be a hummer. Thank heaven, our presidential cam- have never been complicated by s poem from the mill of Alfred Austin. A Philadelphia girl bought 32 shirt- waists at one time. And then people talk about the women going daffy over the dlrectctre gown. In the French schools In Algiers and Tunis the Arabic boys sit with the French in school, but out of school they do not mix much. Again the experts are pointing to the dangers that lurk in the ice cream dish, but we are raising a generation of courageous young women. An old-fashioned plow on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 July 1908

fa#*4* ummmm V \ k K /-. y- - * .* THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. The Texas and Pacific railroad will begin replacing the Lake Ever man dam tha5 was washed away about ten days ago at Big Sandy. Jessie Cadell, the 14-year-old son of Mr. Cadell of Sparks, died Thursday from tho effect of gunshot wounds in- flicted yesterday evening. Carl, the 7-year-old son of George Hamlin of Palmer fell from a barn loft and fractured his skull. He is in a precarious condition. Near Birmingham, Ala., Wednesday, a clash occurred between negro minors and officers, in which one negro was killed and two deputies were wound- Drinking, even out of one's own flask on railroad passenger trains in Louisianan constitutes a misdemeanor punishable by tine or imprisonment or both. As a result of an automobile being struck by a passenger train, at Col- umbia City, I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 July 1908

®' ?;> LD IED EVERY THURSDAY M. P. HOUX, Editor * Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Om Year $1.00 Entered as second class matter March 6,1908, at the post office at Mexia, Tex, under the act of congress of March 8, 1879. King Alfonso has had a quar- rel with his mother-in-law. Of course a king with an army at his back can run such a risk, but excuse us. - Houston Post. Maybe the old lady thinks his army doesn't amount to much since Uncle Sam trimmed it down a few years back. i issue 2 issues 4.issues 1 Yea 1 Page$12.o0 $22.00 $40.00 $5o0.00 a " 7.50 13.00 24.00 300.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 less THAN ONE QUARTER PAGE. 1 issue* 20c perjinch. 2 Issues 35c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " "Each Issue The second gold find at Brown- wood is reported and people are getting busy out there. Indications are that Cousins has been elected state superin- tendent, Stevens comptroller, Robison land commissioner. The hazers at West Point are in trouble again. A batch of them were suspended a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 July 1908

Mm mey to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. K ' I have arranged for western capital 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 Local and Personal. Mrs. R. E. Finch left Saturday morning for Quanah to be with her daughter. Prof. T. P. Junkin of College Station spent Sunday in our city. Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Dunlap visited in Corsicana Sunday. Remember we will save you money on every bill you buy of us.—South Texas Lumber Co. Quite a number of Mexiaites took advantage of the cheap Miss Liska Miller has return- ed to her home in Marlin after a pleasant visit to friends here. Mrs. Hugh Everett and little son, Mapter Estol, have returned from a short sojourn at Corpus Christi. The office boys return many thanks to Duke Pittman for a nice cold water melon, presented to them Monday afterno...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 July 1908

. I NATURE'S DISINFECTANT, CLEANSER AND PURIFIER Everybody realizes the necessity of ■ome method of purification of sinks, drains and utensils in which may lurk the germ of a dreaded disease. Health Is a question of cleanliness and prevention. Most people are familiar with the use of disinfectants in their ordinary ■ense—all of which are unpleasantly associated with disagreeable odors, on which are depended to kill the conta- gion (which disinfectants must of necessity^ be of a more or less danger- ous character) and must be used for this purpose and for no other, and in consequence kept from children and careless handling. There is, however, within the reach of all our readers a simple, safe and economical article that will not only answer for every disinfecting purpose —but can also be used for a multitude of domestic cleansing and purifying purposes—Borax. Borax Is a pure, white harmless pow- der coming direct from Nature's lab- oratory; in fact Borax has often been called "Natur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 July 1908

NEWS FROM OVEIl TEXAS \ v Frank Bennett, 18 years old, was drowned in the Brazos river near Waco Saturday. A movement is on foot to establish a college in West Texas which will be affiliated with Texas Christian Univer- sity at Waco. There seems to be some prospect that oil or gas will be snick in pay- ing quantities in or near Marshall in the new future. r Ed Terrell, a negro about 35 years of age, was assaulted and badly hurt Friday night, the weapon of the as- sailant being an ax. News has been received of the death at Los Angeles, Cal., of George Bor- deaux, for many years a prominent citizen of Palestine, Texas. A 14-year-old boy named Cadell was fatally shot Thursday near Sparks, five miles south of Temple. Bracken Lewis, a farmer, is under arrest. Dannie Mitchel, a young man, resid- ing at Iredell, shot and killed hiinseir Tuesday, a 44-callbre pistol being used. No motive Is known for the act. In a runaway R. L. Moody, 40 years of age, who lived near Josephine, was instantly...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 July 1908

xcursioit Tickets At Greatly Reduced Rates to Points North, East Southeast Colorado, Pacific coast, and Mexican Points VIA H. & T. C. R. R. On Sale •commencing June' 1st return limit October 31st '08 Loop trip via New Orleans and Southern Pacific Co., Steamers. Going via Steamer and returning via rail lines or vice versa. For turtaer information call on agents of the H. & T. C. R. R. or write to C. K. Dunlap T. J. Anderson Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt. Houston. Texas. C0U*T HOUSE NOTES. Groesbeck Journal. MARRIAGE LICWSE. Laura Baker to E. D. Smelser. Eva Kilpatrick to J. E. Cowart Pearl Dixton to Henry Miller. Malttie Echols to M. H. Moore. Ollie Greer to Arthur Micheal Emma Willis to Luster Calhoun Pearl Little,to Tom Moody. Myrtle Wright to Roy Starna- der. Nellie Gorman W. K. Gressett Drucy McKinner to M. J. Gunn. Lillian Mathews to R. V. John- son. Over-Work Weakens Your Kidneys. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. £ All the blood in your body passes through your ki...

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