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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 October 1909

I PI ' £'■ I Sf-;-:- V i-/:;-' > vi,t&f <Wv .'. iw® aw® wmmts) w& % it y • •wasfc^BBigr H*# < :®mma ■ rnmrnmBmamas^irr,: wKu&ffimzzmm Several Candidates in Our——- PIANO CONTEST Start with Good big votes to their Credit. Here is the First Count: r iwsssMmsBssmumimmm&sm&'Zism&i&ssmmBt The Count B a 4 >, i jh Miss Sarah Rogers, Mexia, Route ! Miss Jennie Latham, Mexia Miss May Wright Mexia Route Miss Irene Vickers, Mexia, Miss 01 lie Henderson, Mexia Miss Sophia Knoff, Mexia, Rout Miss Buna Lofland, Mexia Miss Annie Bel! Currie, Mexia Miss Lillie Savage, Mexia Miss Katie Hudson, Thornton a, -5 .w o ••jrrx .'i 23,570 22,095 4,642 4,440 1. ,095 1,695 g 1,555 * 1,300 1 R 7r«* j£j 5 s i 2D i iv i e.3 gaoawy It will be seen that Miss Sara Rogers of Forest Qlade wins the Five Thousand Coupon by a small majority, considering the number of votes polled —over Sixty Thousand—on first count. This is only a start and it is everbody's race yet as there will b...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 October 1909

IPTION RATE® ear oaths, Mouths as second-class matter March at the postoffice at Mexia, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. i .*•*— 7~~ ' ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 is. 4 is. 1 yr. 1 Page 112.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 •• 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 issue—per inch 2# cents. 2 issues—per inch 35 cents. i Issues—per inch 50 cents. t Year each issue—per inch 10 cts j;- UP GOES TIIE PRICE STEEL. OF Mexia continues to be a first class cotton market and is getting her share of the fleecy staple. Dr. Cook is to go on the lec- ture platform'immediately. In the meantime Peary is blowing cold and hot at the same time. An effort is now being made to get Bailey and Bryan together in Atlanta, Ga., for a joint de- bate of the tariff question, anil a warm time is expected. Experience continues to nail the contention of those who asserl that the maintenance of revenue duties on raw materials inure to I the welfare of the trusts. It has alre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 October 1909

Sr \ mmm * (a Sam Wl K IMPROVED FARMS jA fiWfe I I | *S LIEN NOTES B0UGU1 AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western • capital whereby I am enabled j to make loanis on Real 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, Mrs. S. T. Arnett has returned to her home in Koss'e after n visit to Iter mother, Mrs. Kennedy ft- t" l - 00. O. THIRD INFANTRY. At the regular drill meeting of ber 23rd, enroute from Houston;the military company held Tnes- t.) Daila , and as this is a regular ('a^ u'£bt the matter of going to i'he pf sideat's special train ,vill pas., through Mexia three .vjeks from today, Saturday, Oeti register station the train will uave to stop for a few moments. We suggest that it would he a fitting tribute to ttie chief execu- tive i>l' the nation for our people to turn out and show the presi- dent that we honor his presenc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 October 1909

J Bm If V: able pray upon the mind, landlessensumbitiou; beauty, viyor untpilicerful- ncas soon disappear when tiiekidueysure out of order or dis- eased. Kidnry tremble has become so prevalent tliat it is not uncota- child urinates too oft; n, if the urine scalds the or if, when the child reachesati age when it'should be uble to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet- ting, depend upon it, thecause of the diffi- culty is kidncv trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys ami bladder and not to a h. ' /it as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miser- able with kidney and bladder trouble, aii.3 both need the same great remedy. Uhe mild and the immediate effect of fiwflmp-Root is soon reali '.ed. It issold Ijy druggists, in fifty- ^ cent and one-dollar .. 6ke bottles. You may fSSSHKaSpSKE i - ,.1" t aw*W" rt!S ""muuwm liave a sample bottle w u«u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 October 1909

(I arid Personal. H I Airdoine tomorrow night, 8.15 and 9 odock. I I I I The ladies of the First I'resUy- terian church will hav® a dinner, the day President Tuft eODies through Mexia. They will <^lso have a Bazaar a few days before Xinas. Mrs. A. A. Whitclmrst, who has been visiting in Beaumont during the summer, has returned 1o Mexia for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. 10. 15. Stover. For Sale, a 20-barrel cistern, complete. Will take torn or woo at market price.—II. M. Roberts. S. J. Jackson bad business (Jorsicana todav. «■ \y- Automobile to exchange for small farm. Touring ear, equipp- ed with every necessary accessory Car is new.—R. L. Bewley, Mc- Gregor, Texas. The house formerly occupied b} J. II. Kaufman is being refloorcd and other improvements made, and when completed will be oc- cupied by J. M. Peyton & Sons, an arch connecting it wilh their present store. Visit the Airdoine tomorrow- night and see some gooil pictures. FARM CENSUS ECONOMY. Director Durand Hopes to S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 October 1909

t ;v^:SiA f4' . FREDERICK A. COOK tijH 19^9, by the New York r H Company, Registered li , rtni^iln Accordance With Copv- ri*M Act. Copyright In Me*, ico 'inde- L>wi of the Republic pt,M"«i<'o All Rights -•* WITH a hasty farewell to Mr. Bradley mid tin- officers and an encouraged with a cheer fv*v from "11 on board, wo ieft -no'herly 'T.eht for our new home Riif' • "Uslou. The yacht stood off to av<>i(' (lr'ftlna ice and await'the re- turn of it>(> niotorboat. W'lic" we were set nsliore we sat and watdnil with saddened eyes the <ie"iiri'ire i f our friends and the f*e\ e intr ot the boud which had held U" in the known world of life and happiness. The village of Annootok is placed in small bay just inside of Cape Ingle- eld. its population changes much from year to year, according to the known liicl; ot Hie ' lias' or the ambi- tion of the tnt-a to obtain new bear- skin trousers. Scattered about it were twelve seal- fdnn tents, which served as a summer Shelter fo«...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 October 1909

m-j t '/I' v> OKaniiaiaGKransraaaaimBmMaBKmHnwasaRRKKKKKKix 8®8£ New -Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, Neckwear, Combs, bags, Belts, Etc. Joseph Nussbaum & Company, MEXIA'S MOST POPULAR STORE. New Fall Shirts, Ties, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Hand- kerchiefs, Suspenders, Etc v'! See fur Orsnd Sltowine of New Fall Wearables for Men, Women and Mies® w Now is the tiins to Think of your F all and Winter Needs, and right here is where we come in. We are prepared to supply those needs with the very be-t, w hatever the demand, we can meet it, and that to, with a class of merchandise that pleases, and keeps you pleased—that's tha ki id we seJI—they are cheapest in the end. s® a . :'fU i 1 .ZPi I 5§ll , m a. The Correct Style of a Wooltex Suit Will Last through two season's service. They are carefully mod- eled into shape by hand. The material is carefully chosen, of pure wool, cut with the warp to prevent any possibility of saging The style in Wooltex garments is lasting style; it is...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 7 October 1909

wSjp "jti v mmmmm • M I'- :lt? ■ikes TIM Miserable. r_„ j knows of Dr. Kilmer's i-Root, the great kidney, liver aud bladder remedy, be- cause of its remark- able health restoring properties. Swamp- Rout fulfills almost , every wish iu over- i coming rheumatism, , pain in the back, kid- neys, liver, bladder [ ami every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold watered scalding pain in passingit, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times during the night. > Swamp-Root is not recommended for "everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble, it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been thor- oughly tested in private^1practice, and has proved so successful that a special ar- rangement lias been made by which all readers of this paper, who have not al- ready tried it, may have, a sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 October 1909

w See J. Sandford Smitn for Klkt . LI HE and TORNADO lnsura*rve, fteAia, lexas. Mexia Weekly Herald. VOL. 10 MEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1909. Bill "■ ■■ ■ 5* 7 1/ PIANO COME CEN3US CLERICAL FORCE. NO 41 Civil Service Commission Wants Western People to Apply. Washington, J). October 1, ^ !!)()!).—Tim I;. S. ('ivil Servicy ^ We have decided to inaugurate a voting contest|HlmiU I)l,ll,((l.li((1(1 ol- u.< § Commission announces that a very i for a fine $300 Piano To be awarded to the person or organization re= ceiving the largest number of votes from now until Wednesday December 22,1909 according to the rules published below, rules and enter a candidate. j Following are the rules of the contest: Any white lady, gentleman, boy •r girl,, Sunday school, church, lbdge, society or club in Lime- stone or Freestone counties, wher Ifce paper circulates, is eligible to Miter as a contestant for this Read the prize. Twenty years (or life) o0,000 /otes. Some of the merchants of Mexia w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 October 1909

t in this anseso decep- tive. Mun)'sudden I deaths ure cuufed - by ii—kc (wyv SBm uiuoiiia. M&bMm -•', '3m wm&l agwss •m \ «J blood will at tack t'lie vital organs, cpuoiiig caturrli of the bladdir, ! .i^k-ui i or sediment its tlie urine, head iicke, back aclie, lame back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervous- ness, or tlie kidneys themselves break down and waste nv.ay c«ll by cell. Bladder troubles a'mcEt always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kid- neys. Swamp-Root corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, and overcomes that mij feasant necessity uf being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and immediate ellect of Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It stands the highest be- cause of its remarkable health restoring ■properties. A trial will convince anyone. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 October 1909

/ED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. ..gaapa lia^e arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate diiect to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment p.-lvileges. W. 1YI. WHITE. Livvyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. e /r / Mrs. T. G. Webb (nee .Miss Minnie Carroll) anil sister, Miss I'earl Webb, of Mart, are in tin* city visiting for a few days. A. J. Cox has' gone to Anson, Jones county on a visit. Found, at the tackle house at water works tank, a key. Oct it at this office. Mrs. Dr. Loving and children, who have been visiting relatives here and at league have returned to their home in Dallas. Joe Slierrer lias removed his family to A. C. Campbell's cot- tage north of F. G. Robertson x. Special attention paid to spec- ial orders, large or small, we can get it for you at lowest prices. —W. D. Pittman, Jeweler and Op tician. Mrs. Jack Bearden lias return- ed from a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 October 1909

5WPTI0N RATE8. ?Year $1.00. Month#, 50 Months - .25. Entered as secoud-class matter March V, 1808, at the postoftice at Alexia r- Texas, under the act of Congress of March 3. 1879. , ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 Is. 4 is. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 K " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 % - 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 issue—per inch 29 ccnts. 2 Issues—per inoh 35 cents. 4 issues—per inch 50 cents. 1 Year each issue—per inch 10 cts. u*«nd for something. Can you recall a man who Jias attained great respect in the eyes of his countrymen; or oven in the eyes of his friends, but who has stood for something. Some men' have >'on fame by taking a firm stand on an unpopular issue. (I II' L 4U U 111. MV; uvuiuv ium ^ day, Gov. Harmon of Oftio being! Cheerfullness and preserver- ance are nine tenths of success. Who said it wouldn't, or could- n't? It jpst didn't for a long time, but when it did it did—rain Judge H. B. Da'viss, judge of this judicial district, has ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 October 1909

Y\) Joseph Nussbau W. B. Ntiform corsets;new fall Models Just in. ny ■ i . New Kid Gloves in the New Fall Styles,. Extends a Cordial To visit our store (all under one roof) and inspect the fall offerings in the various departments and also note our improved facilities for the prompt and satisfactory handling of your business. The new Fall and Winter Goods are in every department and await your critical inspection. We offer to you nothing for which we are not willing to vouch—nothing which we cannot reccommend— should anything go wrong we will make it right—you run no risk of not getting your money's worth. Early Shoppers Will Have two Important Advantages This Season First: That of better selections. Second: That of lower prices. We cannot too strongly urge upon every one the importance of early shopping this season, when present stocks are exhausted and other purchase made prices will be higher, not only is this trui: of the cotton and woolen goods market but of the shoe market as ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 October 1909

m fm ml let ions in history, the )urth annual meeting of tate Pair of Texas, which gins in this city Saturday, Oet'o 16, will undoubtedly be the uiost successful and the most bril- liant ever offered to the thous- ands df patrons of the institution. Everything is in readiness. All the improvements contemplated have been completed. The en- tries in the livestock department have taxed the splendid accom- modations there to the utmost. With forty-four counties exhibit- ing their farm, orchard and gar- den products, the agricultural dc- velopement of the Southwest will be measured even better than last year. In spite of additional show cases installed this year in the textile department every square foot of this division will be given over to the display of the handi- work of the women of the South. The art loan exhibit will be para- e do* :,„.UKa.„! mm. i pyro d rates and the] technic drama and battle will ecessitate the most gigantic dis play of fire works in the history of the South....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 October 1909

Wi ¥ TP gajiaawiBgsBaaMn *"■'*' :>mmsMprwrm9*m mmmmmmmmmmimmiim aunummemm r Candidates in Our ^-««SB!3fiBSMraflWS PIANO CONTEST Are out after Votes and the race is going1 to be a live one from now on. Here is the Second Count m--. r ■ a/1 : ~ /. Total Count r4 Miss Jennie Latham, Alexia Miss Sarah Rjgers, Mexia, Route 1 Miss May Wright Mexia Route Miss Irene Vickers, Mexia, Miss Sophia Knoff, Mexia, Route 3, Miss Buna Lofland, Mexia Miss Ollie Henderson, Mexia Miss Annie Bell Currie, Mexia Miss Ella Cope Miss Lillle Savage, Mexia Miss Elzada Gamble, 38,133 36,765 33,177 19,778 14,975 14,443 7,181 5,255 4,080 1,790 25 'i l It wjl! be seen that Material Gains have been made by several, and some changes are made in the standing of candidates. This is only a start and it is. ever body's race yet as there will be several hundred thousaund votes polled before the contest closes on Wednesday December :22nd gsBsvj MBiijjBMWi<m m tmesKa^imHmm •••«* rnrvrnwrs-r<■ % ~v:. Anot iV* Priz...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 October 1909

k'WV it Polar Party Reduced to TKree and Northward March Continued—All Con- ditions Are Favorable (SIXTH ARTICLE| dSBf* I'is'V: ■I i ' iN ,A suu was edging aloiijj the northeast, throwing n warm orange glow on us that gladdened our hearts. The tem- perature was IJ." degrees below zero R; the barometer was steady and high. There was almost no wind, and not a cloud lined the dome of pale purple blue. After two cups of tea. a watch sized biscuit, a chip of frozen meat and a r. FREDERICK A. COOK lyright. ISJJ, by the New York — mid Company, Registered In . Canada In Accordance With Copy- right Act. Copyright In Mex- ico Under Uwi of the -Republic of Mexico. All Rights Reserved r** ve*s*a*e-i- +e-;.e + «+«.>'. +e e<t>e+e + e*e*e-M't-e4-e + e*e*e*e4> KOOLOOTING VYAII und lnugito ' hud been our bedfellows for the eutire northward run, and they had gone tbrougb uiauy danger- ous and hard experiences together. We therefore felt uiore keenly their de- parture thuu the going of the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 October 1909

k ( \ mf0 PPKBSiEi MSpBg PMM' '"■■■ ■aJiP^P^ _ See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO liMurawtw. flatla, Tews. wsmm KraGKft ■ ' 7 =5= he Mexia Weekly Herald. mM fef w' i OL. 10 MEXIA. TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1909. i NEW UNIVERSITY MENT. DEPART- Thc University of Texas lias established a new department whose usefulnesn to tlie people of the State will immeasurable. This is the Department of Extension, which is designed in bring the ad- vantages and facilities of the Uni- versity to the very doors of the people. One ean now become a student of the University without residing in Austin. AI one's home by one's fireside it is pos- sible now to take up work in the various departments of the Uni- versity. Instruution by corre- the early spring and transform-J ing to adults in March and April. It is during the winter months of January and February that this insect ean be best controlled. For small growers the best meth- od is, pcrlmps, the use of Ihe res- ELECTRIC FLASHES. No...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 October 1909

Hi *J «s|M 4T%.- en S# ^sgjsap •r>. ,« y^SiSt&S •'* -7^,., J "I Begins Saturday October At 9, o'clock a.m. BE THERE Let Nothing Keep You Away. \t bJM Clothing Without a Flaw. , jbuiulPbtokPw largest as- sortment ever shown in this W^MI section. The following speci- als are almost half price. mma $6.00 values in striped and frncy worsted now $4.95 $8.00 values in all wool fancy plaid Cheviots $6.45 $10.00 Black granite a handsome suit and — worth 15.00 for 8.45 Copyright 1909 by Hart Schaffner & Marx $12.50 values in worsteds, serges, and cheviots, un- ion made garments, originaly marked A 1 A QC very low, go in this sale at (P I UiwO $15.00 values go in this sale at $1 1.95 $18.00 values go in this sale at $13.95 We handle the Celebrated Hart Schaffner and Marx and F. B. Q. Clothing for men who wish high class merchandise. We had originally marked this class 10 per cent lower than on former occasions. But on this class of suits from $20.00 to $30.00 we give 10 per cent di...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 October 1909

E©*'''?^-^'-'' ' ' ■:<■?*&>• ■ H«3?* ' iW'-:1 1 : •: '*."' ■•■■ ' '"' •,Y>'V. iMs wrf "" y*' * ■ I- HI im' G line of this SALE. It means simply this: We anticipated a ted a BUMPER CROP OF COTTON AT 15 CENTS PER i '"* pnent accordingly. If every merchant could buy a sufficient amount i forced to use the Bloody Cut throat knife to move his merchandise. ) shoes, dry goods and high class mens and ladies furnishings this merchandise we are offering our stock at prices which staggers chandise to sell at such extremely low prices. We admit we have bought and bought and bought until it seemed that it were impos- u. We are going to sell 'em Quick, and the Quicker you get here Over Sale lay to Prepare for This «Sale !!! tog Is Stl| Icompk lldrens | Ide sg iale ' Over Buying Sale ttren atherl sole shoes i seh ul 2 - I (lildrel M VNNISj ew pi arfs I furs.) r OES fte as- Ishoes. 10c *i39c S25c 49c 89c shoes .23 LADIES' SHOES $1.00 grade vici at $1.25 Patent leather at $1.25 Comonsen...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 14 October 1909

IPlf'M ©f, you have claims coining the Government. JAno old Union ills- v or longer in'the Civil War and after- wards went West and made a home- stead entry in any state, tor either 40 80, or 120jacres of land before June nd, 187, 4has a claim coming to 'him from the Government. jWrite for free map and Booklets. of the Pole! Copyrigkt, 1909, by the New Yerk Herald Cempany, Mgialerad In Canada la Accordance With Copy- right Act. Copyright In, Mex- ico Under Law* of the Republic of Mexico. All Rights R.e«erved By Dr. FREDERICK A. COOK ; In the Heart of a Storm. $ New Land Sighted -Nid- ♦ Polar Baain a Lifeless World A A * 0 ♦ [EIGHTH ARTICLE] +e+e+e,l>e+e+e+e+e+e+e+e<M+e e+e*e+e<£e*e+e*e*e*e*e*e<M+ R. H. Peale, 416 Judge Building Salt Lake^City, Utah Western Farm Lands, lc a day. DURING two days of Chilly blus- ter the sle<ls were forced along with encouraging results, and oil the evening of March 26, with a pedometer and other method uf dead reckoning for position, we ...

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