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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 December 1909

Cotton Exch t v ■< "'fcii i f viW \ 7 * (#) (§) :#X£> (§)(l)j(§)j®j®;(i) ."J/K REMOVAL OP THE ge Saloon Teague, Texas. Having Bought the First State Bank Building, Corner 3rd Avenue and Main Street, it necessitates our removal from our present location, 399 Main Street and we are also Compelled to raise some money. We have therefore decided to place everything in our House at the following Cost Prices For The Next 18 Days: Sale Continues Until December 25th, 1909 Hill & Hill, full quart, bottled in bond 3 ]. C. Wilier, full quart, bottled in bond Dripping Springs full quart, bottled in bond Edgewood No. 7, full quart, bottled in bond Belle of Nelson, full quart, bottled in bond Sunny Brook, full quart, bottled in bond Maple Springs, full quart, bottled in bond Cotton Exchange, a double stamped piece of goods especially recommended for medical and family use Old Tom Gin. full quarts Banana Cordial full quarts Apricot Brandy, full quarts Apple Brandy, full quarts, Peach Bran...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 December 1909

tytysytawwrn *■ j? •••••••••••••ft** li,, £ RATCl 91.00. .50 •«(«••■•••• •• Months, •••••••••••a i matter March C 1908, at the posloffice at Mezla. Tana, under the act of Congress of March 3. 187*. ADVERTISING RATE8 1 issue 2 la. 4 1b. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 Vfc " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 K " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 issue—per inch 20 cents. 2 issues—per inch 35 cents. 4 issues—per inch 50 cents. 1 Year each issue—per inch 10 cts. COPIES. We are mailing out a large number of extra copies of this is- sue of the Herald with the Spec- ial Booster Edition, and we in- vite all to read both sections of the paper If you are not alrea- dy a subscriber we ask that you become one and get a good live country paper If you are already a subscriber and owe anything on subscrip- tion, by paying up before 4 p. m. Dec. 22 you can get votes in the piano contest and help some one to win a good piano. Santa Glaus will bo with us soon, and the little ones wil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 December 1909

'■ . . - • ' • r" •' WurS-rv3®TO *- -T.V K%' ' ■ J, i< i &,.; ■ IOVED FARMS - ■ •,., Ill IIP . rotfni IP' *S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. Wry*1?, maffiiei §y SlHg& \ ■ ;■. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to nkake loans 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. Lloyd Bowers is home from Gainesville to spend the hol- idays. •Bring your hides wool and jjfceswax and get the highest cash price.—0. Felz. Rosco Cook has rfturned from a visit in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nuss- baum have returned from their honey moon and will remain in the city for a few days before go- ing to their home in Marlin. Extra help for the Christmas trade will be eight of the pretties mid most reliable young ladies to be found in the land, guess who they are.—W. D. Pittrmm. TfM •v- ' i i 111 '! 1 • r' ■* ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 December 1909

F * A if 'V* •mms. $ #. - life* , / ■ ' :* ./ -.: ,\iy< ;$W- ■' W'*y |f M' >% % Ji P'-'IP^P H■ §plp^:l¥W' |P;i;^ip;??Wlli'IP' ! 'M W a Few More Days in Which to Get Votes In Our ?fSP< : • ■!, : • v '#111 i ■ m&m Which Closes Next Wednesday at 4 p. m. We have already put on a number new Subscribers to our Week- ly and collected a lot of back dues, but we want more new names and more money on back subscriptien, so in order to do this we offer a Special Prize for the closing days of the coutest. To the contestant that brings in the most cash on subscription to \ the Herald, either new subscribers or back dues from now until 12 oclock noon Wednesday, December 22, we will give Subscription Paper Which Carries With it 30,000 Votes in the Contest for the Piano This will enable the winner of this subscription and 30,000 votes to vote same in piano contest and might decide the final result. Now Contestants get busy and bring in the Subscriptions. Remember this special prize cont...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 December 1909

Wtom' ■•W To trimA o«t. m Pill • buttle or oomtnoti glass with your " 9«d l«t it frtund twtuty-four hours; t Wick dust seCi- Uienl.oraettlin);, tAriajjy or milky appearance of ieti indicates an un- healthy condi- tion of tlie ncys; too frc- quc tit desire to . ...... pass it or pain in tbf back are also symptoms that tell you tup kidneys and bladder arc out of order tmI need attention. What to Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so '* n expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's imp-Root, the great kidney remedy, Ifills almost every wish in correcting natlsm, pain in the buck, kidneys, bladder and every part of the urinary ige. Corrects inability to liold tvnter scalding pain in passing it, or bad :ta following use of liquor, wine or and overcomes that unpleasant ne- Ity of being compelled to go often igta the day, and to get up many during the night. The mild and iiate effect of Swamp-Root is >n realized. It stands the highest be- lie of its remarkable kith restoring prop- ies. If you need ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 December 1909

WK,' ; vi r lA \ ■\ the \ ;{offic«, making the second promo- . "itWHB, tion he has received inee he left of bueineee t ?#PW before the the Tyler Commercial college. He Band was a present presented to i8 making good in every position Brother and Sifter Hardy, which he fills and is destined to go ev- en higher in railroad work. So much for energy and a business education. > was a pair of blankets. This was an appreciation of the good time which we had at the picnic. Sec- retary and treasurer were appoint ed to take the blankets to Bro. and Sister Hardy. The Band Christmas Tree was discussed and left ov^f until next Sunday. H.Jl. Hill, John Johansen and, W. ityFrice came over from Cool idge to attend the lodge meeting tonight. Some more of the Cool- idge boys will come through the country. Clay Freeman came in the north at noon. from Miss Barbara Peyton entertain- ed the No Bo club Tuesday after- noon. "Christmas is best enjoyed if your ticket home reads "Over the Texas Midland, the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 December 1909

_ sasaa&^^a^^ ~' ms J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE arid TORNADO Insura^^c, ne*ta, 1 4 ' .•■• «">v '" •*£' pT • ■ -V Kaspg ■ "-■■• ralf • '• kt S •R->•:-*'*• •' ;•• E lao ' VOL. 10 ., ■, -' ■--". j , , : #*, ija MEXIA. TEXAS, THCHRSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1909. NO 51 •,•:•• I' • I A\\\\\\W/flMKg^\m>MSSiS00Si^\W0ag^^ Our Entire Stock'at a Great Saving # w ■ ■ atchier lothing an't be found H ats Caps andsome Overcoats we R espectfully equest you to I nquire into our every item of nterest toChristmas shoppers S uits kirts uit cases T tes runks. Parasols raveling Bags en's Underwear ufflers, Qlove^ combine to ruake the most A ttractive rray to be S een in this ection 1 i I If in doubt let us assist you in making your selections. In looking over our Holiday Stock you will also § r! find great bargains in the necessities of every dav Life. •:. * md | Being told doesn't give you the benefits—Come—See—and profit by your visits. Let us help in making gj every home happier for Christm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 December 1909

TO® I ,;VMIff* child urinate# the flesh, or if, 'ouble luis so prevalent is uot uticom- i'or u child to 1* afflicted \\ ith eak kidneys, If the ;en, if the urine scalds , v. n the child reucliesmi age when it should be a l>le to control the passage, it Is yet -afflicted with bed-wet- ting, depend upon it, the cause of the diffi- culty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these importantorgans. This unpleasant trouble u due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men ar« made miser- able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the Immediate elfect of Swamp-Root is sooiiroalized. It is sold by druggists, in fifths cent and one-dollaf size bottles. You ma}? have a sample bottll- by mail free, also a pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root, including many of the thousands of testi- monial letters received from sufferers who found Swamp-Ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 December 1909

jj.l ***** OP THE Exchange Saloon ' ' ! • . Teague, Texas. □ r, K< Having Bought the First State Bank Building, Corner 3rd Avenue and Main Street, it necessitates our removal from our present location, 399 Main Street and we are also Compelled to raise some money. We have therefore decided to place everything in our House at the following Cost Prices For The Next 18 Days: Sale Continues Until December 25th, 1909 S3 13 Hill & Hill full quart, bottled in bond J. C. Wilier, full quart, bottled in bond Dripping Springs full quart bottled in bond Edgewood No. 7, full quart, bottled in bond Belle of Nelson, full quart, bottled in bond ... Sumj&y Brook, full quart, bottled in bond Maple Springs, full quart, bottled in bond. .. Gotten Exchange, a double stamped piece of goods especially recommended for medical and family use Old Tom Gin, full quarts Banana Cordial full quarts * Apriio®t Brandy, full quarts Apple Brandy., full quarts, Peach Brandy, full quarts, ... Garrett's Scupp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 December 1909

W- m ... • • • • «fc"4 • ••£••••«* jppP ^ ; ' j./ f l U>/ M Mcood-ctua matter March 1908, at the poatottlce at Mexia, under the act of Congress of Much S. 1879. .# ADVERTISING RATES . .lltpit II*. 4 M. 1 yr. 1 Pace lll-fa 1X2 00 $40.00 $600.00 % - 7.60 19.00 24.00 30.00 % " 4.60 T.60 14.00 176.00 Laaa Than On* uaQrter Page, t laaue—per Inch 20 cents. I tsauee—per Inch 35 cents. v 4 Issues—per inch 50 cents. 1 Tear each Issue—per inch 10 ots, Help needed. C. N. Harris, Jr., editor of the Canton Herald, is a young man, but has an old head in thus ex- pressing nimself in a recent issue of his excellent paper: "A great many people have an idea that the principal mission of a newspaper is to boost its own community. The right way to boost and boom a town is for the paper to tell in its editorial and news col- umns what the town is doing and is going to do and always put in a good word whenever the oppor- tunity is presented, but let the evidence, of the newspaper man be supported and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 December 1909

EXTENDED. BOUGHT v .'have, arranged for ■ ' western .pital whereby I am enabled, to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tion* made by me and loan* closed at Mexia without 4elay, Satisfactory rates with pre- payment- privileges. K •> ' w: M. WHITE. Lawyer ;. Mexia, Texas w> ■ ■ mmsssssssEz—s— < — PEI Local and Personal. Biiaf your hides wool ud And get the highest eaah Ift':,! f | 'i , « Mr, Thurman, an old citizen of the Forest Glade community, died $nnday and was buried Monday. I * New Bupply Signet Rings, all £izes juat received at W. D. Pitt- man. Mrs. Geo. Gilmore of Thornton is in the city to spend the holi- days with the family of J. D. Gil- more. SrafiWr 'V1 ■ k i. n mm- &.; dm l !& ■ fia ■ ^BKiKSp at Mill ^ilr • : Mrs. 1. W. burns has gone to Houston to visit, hop father. Mr. Nick Darrow. The latest in Birth Flower, Brooches and pins in the Latest Designs at W. D. Pittman, Jewel- er ft Optician. W. T. Cox is in the city to upend the holida...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 December 1909

wmfM :bit ^th^loi 1 ■ J"%/ "V< TU th« night before Not • -creat Old San' Go as His sleigh i He brings ft H^">tops at((a V . — And sihgs But just as he A stranger And ere good The stranger lifts "up. -— . • "These toys, you an Are wholly illegal. The laws' weV^-^na^aOv^ju^^aiy /be ol And you cart't go t^tifi ^^^utlkis ^>aid. Dont try U evade it xtf/soon, tru\hyto'|tell^\( A smuggler you'U be in"a gloomy oldrceli' „house hoofs ^ ** by at _ i , swings, it J rtftof Poor Santa was taKen abacK by this-news And trembled with wrath from his cap to his —*■ he exclaimed. "Can Intrust my ?• A ©N Alp own ears? What's this?' I've been doing this for these hundreds of years. I've been bringing gladness to girls and to boys- Stand bacK. I musUtdKe thdmjkeir dolls and their toys." Alas! In Seized Santa, They gyve And thatJlRtli The stodKiyigs Because thferi^w tariff had never away— could \'\ Dcat)i and Life A f'isUn n1 Christmas '\ e, GUSTOS DASGERFIEl.D 'Kyyry^'^ ' • -■ - -- - - 1 N THIS ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 December 1909

TriM i , //U &jW' M ' 1 1 | ''A-; ' ""'I"'' ftfe'-* fa Nv ^%£!vW| Children's ^WW SM CHRISTMAS ACROSTIC. i HRISTMAS is not only a mile mark of another year, moving U6 to thoughts of self-examination; it is a season, from all Hs associations, whether domestic or religious, suggesting thoughts of joy. A man dissatisfied with his endeavors is a man tempted to sadness. And in the midst of winter, when his life runs lowest and he in reminded of thf empty chairs of his beloved, it is well he should be condemned to the fashion of Louis Stevenson. the smHing face.—Robert of the Lord shone around about them, and they were soro afraid. And the angel said unto them; "Fear not, for behold I bring you good tidings of great joy winch shall be to all people. I* or uuto you is born this day in the city of David, a Savior, which is Christ the Lord,"—I-torn the Gospel of St. Luke. ANTA CLAUS remains, by virtue of a common understanding that childhood shall not be despoiled of one of its most cheri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 December 1909

Got ~ «• Christmas gth .tickled since long pants suit (ig^lT boys that ift that "Give y u twcnt ess it Com f>n Christmas morn •••• .1 "iM5 a^anj^you couldn't guess it right— Wouldn't shet ay eyes In iLord1 I had. the fidgets I Vhen l'd.watch for Santa No, R ^Tisn'l Un tried from now 10 night! ^Vaitln' in the hall— Ace Christmas Eve at all. •MT^ps ago y-dt^rs, don't you know! Austin, Texas, Dec. 20, 1909. Assistant Attorney General Crawford rendered an opinion last week overruling an .opinion previously given relative to the transportation by express com panies of game killed outside the state. He first held that it would be no violation of the law for express companies to trans- port game killed without the state. Since making this ruling he has discovered a provision' in the law which he had overlooked which sets out that "Whenever in this aet the posession of any bird is prohibited, the prohibition f.vV ~; < UL -L-J has announced a ruling that it 1b a violation of the nurser...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 December 1909

e Mexia Weekly Herald. The Great Whiskey House of L. CRADDOCK & CO. f '* '' 7*1 • I; <> '• > ,.«- ' 1 * *' Dallas, Texas. The largest Shippers of Whiskey Direct to Con- sumers in ths South. Below we list a few of our BOTTLED IN BONO. Four Full Quarts. OUR OWN BOTTLING. Four Full Quarts haddock's 87, $5X0 ;radd*ck's 92 4.00 _ _. . flelba Rye, 4.00Green R,ver 6" Jllllnger Ry-e, 4.00 Sunny Brook, 6.00 ^anda Ry*, 3.00 Guckenheimer Rye 6.00 Best Tennewee Whiskey *£> Kentucky Club 4.50 Craddock's Extra Corn, .. .. 3.00 . Kn Early Times, 4.50 Alcohol, 3.50 Quality Club 4.50 (Express Charges presaidon four quarts ar more) Send us Money Order, We do NOT Accept per- sonal checks Quick Service Goods go forward on first express after Order reachos us THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF LIQUORS IN THE SOUTH 111 vo^. w f ( HHPHh ■hIkh m for In* . t « U " KIM^I '*i ratov<, m * 'tfmi m- V/F? MEXIA. TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1909. NO 52 Li msstons Count Texas For Good Lands...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 December 1909

I I I' Om Tib, Ttm • • • • • • I. Mini m MoHt-«liH natter liareh C IMS, at the poatofflce at MexU, T«XM, under the act •( Congress of March 8, 1879. 1 yr. *500.00 30.00 175.00 ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 Is. 4 is. 1 Page 812.00 (22.00 840.00 % " 7.50 13.00 24.00 Hi •• 4.50 7.50 14.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1. issue—per inch 20 cents. 2 issues—per inch 85 conts. 4 issues—per inch 50 cents. 1 Tear each issue—per inch 10 cts A HAPPY NEW YEAR. pMt of The his poems published in book form and they are being spoken for by hundreds. Mr. Marriner is a po- etic genius—a newspaper man of rare attainments, lie looks like "Bill Nye," but he is no relation to the famous Boomerang editor. We believe that lie will be even more popular, however, than this widely read writer within a few years. It. is true, all true, except as to his looks. He looks more like Frank Gotcli, and he smokes a pipe as strong ;«s Jim ,!effries.— Dallas News. And wears a smile that won't come off. i i, This will be the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 December 1909

r >. WH wii -wv/aK*.v-i-• ■"■'■ • '• .<•«* • % ••£ •« ' - 'Zai 1 ■ ■- I'if ' 'v . ■ ■ ,'<: ■ •«'■■■"■ •■. \-y wimKB: FARMS :*: A> rs.v •« >' ■ MOTES BOUGHT kXTENOED. '• ' ' ', have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled ' pke loans on Real Estate borrowers. InBpec- __ie by me and loans cloaed'lt Alexia without deltiy. ^&+tpfaetory rates with pre- ayment privilege^ M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Dr. Noland Arvin came home trom Brownwood to spend the Iholidays. Signet Stick Pins, new supply Pittrri&n's. '"■J. E. Parker and family of Teague, indniding Mr. and Mrs. McPaddin, spent several days of •"tie week in Mexia with relatives. . 0* , FrfiMtone county and Miis Georgia Green were married in Corsicana Tuesday. Dan phon pd the news to Mexia and says it was quite sadden as Jim had been going with the lady only twenty two years. But no mat- ter his many friends here and in Freestone county will congratu- late both bride and groom. W Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 30 December 1909

.1? H W'\ " h<I :t ''Tf'rljm fflKsimP- * am&': tiJiTI S? the I "f dov D fro bet'. qui: ney hoi:, and of b the i the: of C- issc cause. prop Sv sold one-i sam- •fcou' Dr. I When \ erous c , . ■ny tnist;':c, I .. Swamp-Root, r you sometto ng i ; p" zc •i you do ypu will be ..the kkiuey^coison- eU blood will at- cuiiKiut; cRtarrli of t or f«f'intent in buck ache, lama '.csnmse, ncrvbus- t!n ni'Uvc# break ctll by ccJU. r< u tilv.-ftjii result i ttc kii'.ucys and orirau is obtained 2iiti!!cnt of the kid* olfccts inability to r p .hi iii passing it, pit. l sunt necessity go ul'tt-11 through tnuiy tiling during d ininiediate effect er.t kidney remedy ncl: the highest be- j lialtli restoring 1 t-f hyinoe anyone, it t to tjkt- and is . i:'. f .'ty-cent. olid . Yi.u may have a hx"; t.lvt l«5is ull I v AwUrcFS, • K. Y. 1 rcoiUngHgiis gen- -J/v-r: make «otnVr^tke nstfie. ri'f Jvt d'dealrr sell p of ?Trnmp-Root — Liisappoiuted. m no:i.i pole beached "i 1( 4M ' •' - " ■ '! I • Happening...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 January 1910

flRNMNQMIMW mlpSvBSS fa! ph' •# £kJ See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO lnsurak**e, fte*ia, lexas. enth Year OUTWARD BOUND. low Quietly the tide doth outward go— The tide of years so full of earns to me, I'oday one little stream hath ceased to flow, For all its tiny waves have r ached the sea. [And; nh, how mauy ships that on its breast Were proudly launched one little year ago, kill braved awhile the billows on its crest, beneath the briny waves are lying low! low many hopes, full-freighted have gone down! IIIow many daydreams vanished into air! low many fair, smooth brows lure graver grown! How many hearts grown Jieavcr with care! But lo! Its latest; wave is scarcely gone, When to our view another sir am appears; \nd as these waves pass slowly one by one. Th \v silently mete out the Flood «>f Years. -Lou Singletaiy Bedford. MEXJA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1910. DISTRICT COURT. $1.00 Per Year District court convened Mon- day afternoon with Judge Daviss presiding ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 January 1910

mf ■ ■?. & Wm THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear, $1.00. Six Months 50 Three Months 26. Dr. Cook'B brother says the ex- plorer has been joined by hia wife and that hia original documents will be presented and offered as proof of hia having reached the north pole. Efntered as second-class matter March t 1908, at the pos toff ice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 is. 4 is. 1 Page *12.00 $22.00 $40.00 " 7.50 13.00 24.00 \ " 4.50 7.50 14.00 Candidates for county offices are beginning to stir around among the people and there is likely to be a large number to choose from. Many arc. called but few will be selected. One of our exchanges says that j yr the professional man who buys $500.00 his goods of a mail order house 30.001 and a merchant. Who has his print 175.00 jiUg ,|om. out of town, belong to Less Than One uaQrter* Page. the same lodge—Same degree. 1 issue—per i...

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