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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

*>>■**/,■'. -'" '. •> • > ,«5 S5SH •i Roosevelt In Darkest Africa By WILLARD W. GARRISON Jungle Association Decides on Protective Auxiliary for Only Living Ex-President's Visit. meeting will please come to orde r," roared King Leo, rap- ping for order upon Vice-President Jumbo's hard cranium. "This executive committee has summoned the members of the East African Jungle association, post haste, to assemble here for (he pur- pose of organizing tho Theodore Supreme Strenuosity Test in Search for Wild Bongo as Well as Elephant, Rhino, Hippo, Roosevelt must fire. If his aim for any reason fails, it's time to climb trees. For experts point out that just at that moment when the bul fails of its mission, the savage male will charge. Hunting the rhinoceros takes a lot more science than that which is needed for the lion in African jun- gles. The rhino is more savage when wounded and as cunning as s LUCKY -JHOT AT A7/R RHINO --m V/flD/NG THROUGH THE /iUD IN .SEARCH OP IK rota* try ...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

ILY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Tmv* • • • • ■«« aptmd M swonddM«auMcrllMNli % 1MK, at the port oftoe at Mocia.Tex, «adMr the act of concnaaof Marcos, ^dx>tTtviuvq"iU.\e* I Issue a Usues 4'iisurs l Yea 1 Page$12.o0 $22.00 *40.00 #600.00 % X *• 7.50 13.00 24.00 300.00 " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 less than one quarter page. 1 issue 20c per inch. 2 issues 35c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " "Each Issue Fighting Bob Evans has been retired from the navy after forty years of service. .Mm*w Senator Bailey is now at his home in Gainesville, but reports say he looks worn and thin from his long and serious illness. It is reported that Gov.' Has- kell of Oklahoma is writing cam- paign verses. So, his contribu- tion to the campaign fund is only a song, then? of the con- " prominent ... fcrtfepriaeit A matter descriptive of Teatfue and the Aunroundjng country. The paper is an or- nament to our sister city and reflects much credit on Editor Childs and his corps of printers. •* • V .4 There is,<?a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

■< i <i: *A- SsWgi i' JPafV: r ■i r W % ■ ■ \ < ll IMPROVED FARMS TJ 1" 1 LBH NOTKS BOUGHT 'AMD EXTENDED. f h*v*"KW nged for western 'ekpita4 whereby I am enabled _ „ tp make loans on Real Estate .direct to borrowers. Inspect . 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. Miss Mattie Gray of Brenham is visiting her parents here. Just call and see the pretty new poods that are arriving daily at Karner & Phillips. Mrs JoeGresham and children have returned to Groesbeck after a visit to Mrs Adrian Odorn About 80 bales of the new crop have been weighed thus far in the two Mexia yards. Mrs. C. L. Wells of Hubbard is visiting her old home here. For lowest prices and best ma terial.—See South Texas Lumber Company. I have just closed a good revi- val at Cotton Gin. My father assisted part of the time. 12 con- versions and 10 additions. Some folks say it is th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

San Antonio, Texas, Aug. 11.—State Chairman Garden called the conven- tion to order promptly at 12:30 o'clock. Secretary J. C. McNealus read the call. Rev. Dr. J. B. Cleaver Invoked divine Messing on the delegates and their de- liberations. Chairman Carden ad- dressed the convention. The keynote of his speech was to torgive and •for- get and bury the animosities of the political controversy of the last two years. He likewise condemned the proposition that allows the democracy to Instruct a public officer .how to act, then to admonish him that if he does It will punish him. This earned ai>- plause. The mention of Bryan's name precipitated cheering, hand-clapping and foot-stamping prolonged tifty min- utes. C. h. Bass, county chairman of Bexar county, extended a hearty wel- come to the delegates in behalf of the 'Bexar county democracy. A. W. Houston of this city was intro- duced and spoke in behalf of the mayor and city council. At the conclusion of Mr. Houston's address the band ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

•? $ ■%*ir I Th« Old-Tim* Boy. '• The boy of to-day who complains or anything should be made to read the rules and regulations laid down for boys In old colonial days. He had to •tand up at the table. He must go to bed at candlelight. He must not sit down in the presence of a visitor. He must not shout. He must not run without cause. He must not throw ■tones at animals or birds. He must not idle on the street, and if he had been found trying to stand on his head he would have gone to jail for a week. Never Fails. "There 1b one remedy, and only one I have ever found, to cure without fail such troubles in my family as eczema, ringworm and all others of an itching character. That remedy Is Hunt's Cure. We always UBe It and It never falls." W. M. CHRISTIAN, 60c per box. Rutherford, Tenn. The tree of fame Is an inconvenient- ly tall tree; the trunk of it is abnor- mally smooth, too, affording very little foothold to the climber.—Lucas Malet. Is Pe-ru-na Useful for Catarrh? Should a list ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

As a rule it is a safe practice W t i It.:: not to put into the stomach any- thing that is not nourishing and easy of digestion. D? PRICES WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD is easily converted by the diges- tive organs and'supplies the nu- tritive wants of all parts of the body. 30 10 cents a package. The Cause ef Many Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because io decep- '' "| tive. Many sudden ' deaths a-e caused by ! it — heart disease, ' pneurronia. heart ! failu--. or apoplexy ■ are jften the result of Kidney disease. If k, aney trouble is al- owed to advance the ; kldney-poisoned ' blood will attack the 'itai organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by ce'' Bladder tro1' , most always result from a derangem of ths kidneys and a cure is obtained '.aickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's 5wamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It corr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 August 1908

■ratm f. \f'i,'-". ■m See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. • .M it- The Mexia Weekly Herald. VOL. 9 MEXIA, TEXAS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1908. NO 35 Y ■ IP&t Miss Springfield' Is in New Vork i.this week, and has j^already spent several days in St. Louis and will also visit the chicago market before she returns. COURT HOUSE NOTES. Groesbeck Journul. MARRIAGE LICENSE. Emma Harrison to Tom Brax- ton. Mary Motes to Simon P. Cham- bers. Roberta Kinney to Fred Ross. Pinkney Neeley to S. M. Eas- ley. Lizzie Wolfe to Henry J. Ben- nett. Florence Anderson to Wade Hamilton. Alice Gamel to Arthur Wiley. M. A. Aevyhouse to S. A. Vawters. You will readily see that we are making the greatest prepera= tions for fall business we have ever made. '\ i i ) \ Our Millinery]and Ready to Wear Department will do credit to j any city in points of j ^styles and select merchan- dise.—Other departments ! likewise. Three Buyers now^in the market. Other preperations being...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 August 1908

_ mm*. • t 5E5959SlriS599l!5S599S9BSfiiM9E9ES5SI^^ nil I II I fa ItY HERALD Publisher TEXAS persistence in standing pat ftt Castro makes Casablanca Ice a scared rabbit. !■. V: - = prices stationary," says a news a contemporary. But the titrable is that the ice isn't—it melts. mmm;'- —— B«:S v|" EL C. Hansbrough, United StateB senator from North Dakota, was beat- P? « In his flght for renomination at the pttmaries. Some inventive genius ought to put a rubber powder mill on the market. The walls could then blow out in- stead of blowing up. An English explorer is starting for the south pole while Peary sails north. Polar exploration has a flue Anglo- Saxon hue this season. Spank It Is Good lor the Unduly Boy By JUDGE OLMSTED. Joatlc* ChtMrra's Court, Naw York City. An improved apparatus has been made by Dr. Fritz Lang of Munich by which the inside of the stomach can be clearly photographed. According to the correspondent of the London Times both the rival sul- tans of Morocco depended ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 August 1908

WAvi; r' r" w m «■ V V 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 snd Foreign. Tie annual meeting of the H1U County Log Rolling Association for this year will be held at Mertlns on the first Friday night in October. County Auditor J. Harvey Anderson died at his home In Greenville at 10:55 o'clock Friday night, after a lingering illness with Bright's disease. L. D. Smart of Weatherford has sold 500 bushels of pears from his orchard to Fort Worth people at GOc per bushel. The pears are of the La- Come and Keifer varieties and are be- ing shipped to Fort Worth. A flash of lightning at Oakdale, I.a. Wednesday killed Thurston Rasberry, a butcher, and seriously Injured his tnother, Clarence, who lives in Crow- ley and had just arrived in Oakdale to visit. Gold craze Is at its height at Ma- berry, Ark., and, if the indications of gold prove to be true, Sol A. Maberr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 August 1908

i fmm m EVERY THURSDAY. )UX, Etitok a Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Y«*r. ....ii.oo ' mm *kr'4^ r-i. •'"-V" ; aj§2ay ff' KM i . ,nr,—r- as second class matter March the post office at Mexia, Tex, act of congress of March 3, I issue a issues ^issues 1 Fage$12.oO $22.00 $40.00 X % i Vca $500.00 300.00 175.00 «• 7.50 13.00 24.00 " 4.50 7.50 14.00 LESS THAN ONE QUARTER PAGE. 1 issue 20c per inch. 2 issues 35c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " "Each Issue Wc are reliably Informed that Mexia water is being shipped to league for drinking purposes. Those Teaguere know a good thinsrwhen they see and taste it. And we have plenty of it for both Mexia and Teague. Let every patriotic democratic girl in Texas resolutely refuse to marry her beau if he does not cbttibute to the campaign fund. — Houston Post1. Hurry up, dear girls, and de- clare yourselves. We want to raise a few wheels for the fund. Gov. Campbell is now enjoying a little rest, fishing oyer near Palestine. Bryan will tackle the en...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 August 1908

DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ney to VELIE WROUGHT IRON BU00IE5 ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S AND EXTENDED. BOUGHT NOTES Pm ■1' $r * I have arranged for western 'capital whereby 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 privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer. Mexia. Texas Local and Personal. Quite a number of Mexiaites have been in Groesbeck this week attending county court, as witnesses and jurymeen. Mrs. Dr. Bigger has been on the sick list this week. Monday afternoon the Baptist Ladies Aid Society was delight- fully entertained by Mrs. R. J. Ellington. Every jguest brought a dollar, as a donation to the or- gan fund. After each one had explained by what "labors" the dollar was made, some being told in catchy rhimes, a social hour was passed most pleasantly. Apricot ice and delicious cake were daintily served by little Misses Lucile Denning and Daisy Ellington. We have made a swe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 August 1908

' ' \ ; 1 « : ••• ' mmwm'te MDMRSozsanaffi . • !*/A -.J M • ;^'<W-jH'i: 4i j >3*1 rjffi j MMBgywp ■■* I if I § $ R TERRIBLE FIGHTING FORCE TO SUPPLANT WARSHIPS atV "RX/SSELL WOOVA'R'D (BRITISH HISTORIAN) Expert Bis- courses on Japan's NaVy Increase, and the Probabil- ities Which Airships Hold Forth for the Dogs of War. ^ APAN is doubling its fight- ing strength on water. The eyes of the whole world are on the ori- ental kingdom, for the Japanese admiralty has started a decided inno- vation in accomplishing that purpose. An almost unbelievable amount of cash is not expended in this move- ,ment, but the Russian vessels, cap- tured in the Russo-Japanese war, are being re-equipped, re-armored, more guns are being installed and the gen- eral appearance and strength of the entire navy, including the craft which were under the mikado's jurisdiction before the war, is being heightened. Into Japan's plans are being thrown the most modern of ideas and every possible weakness, noted in t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 August 1908

THE SHAPE OF FEAR By VIRGINIA M. CORNELL WW >vyu tojii : i I Si '* '''' ■ W WJW- Hi i r~-Ji > (Copyright, by Shortstory XJub. Co.) ✓ There was a story connected with the prenatal existence of Sidney Far- amore, as doubtless there may be with many of us, which Influenced his after life. Sidney Faramore's mother, the wife of a man whose career had made him enemies, had wakened one night in terror to see by a dim light a man's form bend above her sleeping hus- band and a glittering knife strike his breast. To the farthest recess of her being she felt the sudden, waking hor- ror in his heart before death had stilled it, and it was this which gave to the murdered man's son his her- itage. He did not know it. by name, this legacy of fear, but even when he was a babe it came to him, and threw him into paroxysms of terror which were long in abating. As a child it dogged his footsteps, and caused him to glance in sudden accesses of fright at the peaceful summer sky and the empty atmosp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 August 1908

m food healthy chil- fcedins. Let ood, healthy, SB m mm' I * / i ill IEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD to make them a nation of phys- ical and mental workers. Its the best food for growing children, the feeble and the aged. ^ to cents a package. For sale by all Grocers PfPfs mm jOST . \|| A FW f«r God endowed us with eyes to view the beautiful scenes of na- ture, ears to hear, a mortal soul to drick from the eternal foun- tain, his mercy and love and a condemning conscience to deter- mine right from wrong. With such endowments many of us are often dissatisfied and discontent- ed over the results of life's bat- tles. We ns mortal being have to answer three calls, the call to life or existence, the call to death or the soul's vacation (the time between death and eternity,) and the call to God's judgement. If we in disobedience to God's will are dissatisfied and discon- tented over the results of our lives, we may expect to be placed in a place of dissatisfaction and discontentment, because, He t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 September 1908

&•' K- i m- v See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. vol. 9 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY,SEPTEMBER 3, 1908. NO 36 COURT HOUSE NOTES. ■Groesbeck Journal. COUNTY COURT. The following cases have been disposed of at the presentjterm: R o b t Matthews, disturbing- peace, fine Si- Henry Matthews, disturbing peace, fine $1. Dick Matthews, assault, fine $5.00. Will Gaddy, diturbing'peace fine $1. Joe Henton, disturbing peace, fine $1. Gaston Thetford, assault, fine $5.00. Fred Phillips, gaming, fine $10. Logan Ferguson, gaming, fine $10. _Lum Hanna, gaming, fine $10. Jesse Young, gaming fine $10. Clint—a negro, Theft, fine $25. Ben—a negro, 'gaming, fine $10. Will—a negro, gaming,£fine $10. Shorty—a cross eyed £negro, gaming, fine $10. Clarence [McMillan was tried in the County Court Thursday for carrying a pistol in violation of law and was acquitted by the jury. CIVIL DOCKET. Susan Holland vs V T Holland —continued. J R Wills vs P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 September 1908

. L # S;' • NEULY HERALD P. MUX. Publisher TEXAS i Stent bee* of India build combs i high. of Castro proves that it pays to be little. If •paeulation were to be entirely Um buying of cantaloupes Mr Edison has (26,000,000, but what Boot does it do him while he works 16 boon a day? The king of Servia wants his sons married to American heiresses before be to deposed. Row can the Sick Man of Europe pltew anything but the feeblest kind J* constitution? Speed maniacs occasionally kill {hamselves, but otherwise they gener- ally go unpunished. The apple orchards look as if cider vtaogar might live up to its name for •while, after next fall. Twenty-live women lay delegates at tended the general Methodist Epis- copal conference in Baltimore. One University of Chicago profes- sor does not believe in the miracles. But there are still plenty of people who do. A man has been discovered In New Jersey who is immune from the bite of ft mad dog. How does he stand on mosquitoes? Mrs. Hetty Green has q...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 September 1908

'ly" < v MERICAN towns and cities, especially in the west, spring up in a night and generally they flourish and develop with each year. Evarts, sit- uated on the Missouri river in the north-central part of South Da- kota, was no exception to the rule in its early life, hut to-day if you should happen to paddle up the Missouri past where the waters of the Moreau enter, the first thought that would enter your mind when you struck the former site of Evarts, would be that a cyclone had wiped out the place. However, such is not the case. "Evarts Is now only a western plain and this by its own volition. Only a few weeks ago Evarts was the big- gest cattle-shipping center of the United States. To-day there is no Evarts. There is not even a railroad track; the big shipping depot has been torn down, here and there a splinter left when the buildings were taken away, tells the tale of a once- flourishing city. And the whole reason for the people of Evarts getting out of their chosen town wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 September 1908

EVERY Editor 4 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Y«r. THURSDAY. Proprietor .$1.00 tered .as second class matter March Rt the post office at Mexia, Tex, the Ret of congress of March 3, > issue 2 issues 4 .issues 1 PRge$12.00 $22.00 $40.00 13.00 7.50 24.00 14.00 i Yen $500.00 300.00 175.00 7.50 «« 4.50 XJCS8 THAN ONE QUARTER PAGE. 1 issue 20c per inch. 2 issues 35c per inch. 4 " 50c " 1 Year 10c " "Each Issue TRIBUTE TO NEWSPAPER MAN. Nat W. Floyd is dead. He was a newspaper man, one of the family of the famous Floyds of Virginia, but had spent forty of his fifty years in Texas. He was Accounts of negro outrages are of daily occurrence now. You cannot pick up a paper with- out seeing one or more such cases reported. And still there is cotton to pick and people are offering good prices for labor in other fields. An express company deposited a barrel of fish at the governor's mansion a few days ago. The governor must be a pretty good fiisherman, but then as he was outing on the Trinity whefe they ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 September 1908

'M V 4' > - !k.-. i n V' '2*- 7 ^'■V Ie^SI i '- !C vv\A T heres iiir but One Candle Birthday Cake! rifffi ii'iiiii on our OUR TWENTY-FIFTH _,, Siffoz. f" . VS«-/ / -i ?- N> V- <Tv<illSrr. r,-*- ^ " i . V - ^IK v> ANNIVERSARY SALE ONLY ONE CANDLE IN OUR BIRTHDAY CAKE—IT MARKS THE OPENING OF THE NEW YEAR—THE OTHER TWENTY-FIVE ARE SCATTERED THROUGH THE PAGE AND LIGHT THE WAY TO R E M A R. X A BL£ S A VINGS ■iwwrrT :/'•( f Black Taffeta For Anniversary Sale Black Taffeta Silk, 36 inches wide, regular worth SI.00, Anni- (%Q|i versary Sale u3u Colored Silks For Anniversary Sale New fall and winter up-to-date Dress Silks, all new styles and weaves and new colors, regular worth f>5, 75 and S5c, An- ^Qp niversary Sale price • • ■ • TvU m > <sik £b> Rajah Silks For Anniversary Sale In light blue- pink -tan—27 inches wide, worth up to Sl OO, J*Qp Anniversary Sale price- • • OdU Dress Suitings For Annsversary Sale In a variety of styles and colors, regular worth Lie, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 September 1908

X" - fm is Pe-ru-na. if# *t claiming too much (or Peruna • claim It to b« an eSeotlva y for chronic catarrh? Have w* ant proof that Peruna la in real- •nch a catarrh remedy? Let us gee What the United States Dispensatory my of the principal. Ingredients of Peruna. Take, for instance, the ingredient kydrastis canadensis, or golden seal. The United States Dispensatory says •f this herbal remedy, that It is largely •mpioycd in the treatment of depraved mucous membranes lining various organs of the human body. Another ingredient of Peruna, cory- daliB formosa^is classed in the United States Dispensatory us a tonic. Cedrofcsecds is another ingredient of Peruna, Tiie United States Dispensa- tory says of tho action 6t cedron that It is used as a hitter tonic and in the treatment of dysentery, and in inter- mittent diseases as a substitute for quinine. Send to us for a free book of testi- monials of what the people think of Pe- runa as a catarrh remedy. The best evidence is tho testimony of...

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