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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 September 1910

* .'.'•™ %>,;•' ■; '-. V'SiWTO Jr*! i J • • , . ' > #«--tt< awwwH We Announce PH # ■ OUR / f Fall Opening mm tlier? 3$f| ; \ r- ,Jy- ' ■}$$"■ ' #S . v/fa - I-.-- !- •' :• I ! & "T^ "KT) compete. rcaAvwess. vw S\>ct^ "Department Wv\s SwUxe, Store, \o sevw \jo\v vo\\\v VVve. "'Kevcest audi "ftesV* ■ \f\\I ,n ' > ' i ilr % *5aW, awd UDlmet "\3De arables ssw! 6V\. ave VtuaWed \o com a^xd sec \\\e ""Kew ^Y\\Tv$s"«-,3\ve\& m\\ T)eW.$\\\ awA^Ve&se \^ou. KARNER& PHILLIPS, |NC. Mi \=£>. y. -.W/' jh?i\ rffel; t ft, ;v ' / ' .'.& V' -• /.'#- . i '&i B.' I %'M ;x %r stm jsrJSm'- *' ''.''v>'2Wi^p-2'7"' ffiPffli iPn ' Wfify' V- IfflMi ,fc tmplV- J-> if'- w : i MP ®M! 8ai 'The Leading Dry Goods House of This Section for 27 Years' , / Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS ^ * , -V VI VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. A new phone directory will be issued about October 1st. All parties contemplating putting in phones should do so in time to be listed i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 September 1910

®&: I 18$ M Hv:. Bmh CompUad by OommiMlQner Mywrs. in, Texas, Aug. 25.—-Labor Commissioner Myers yesterday gave out am interesting statement showing the number of workmen representing various crafts that own their own homes iu Texas. He has taken the cases of 556 men of different avocations with the result that out of that num- ber, 249 or 45 per cent own their own homes or have an equity in them. One hundred and fifty- eight or 61 per cent are fully paic for and are valued, at $296,200; about 39 per cent have au equity amounting to about 56 5-9 per cent of the valuation. The de- tailed statement follows: Of the 33 conductors reporting, 24 or about 73 per cent own their own homes or have an equity in same. Fifteen are clear of in- debtedness and are valued at $42, 450. Nine have an equity amount ing to 54 per cent of the valua- tion. Of the 46 locomotive engineers reporting, 29 or 63 per cent own their homes or have an equity in same. Seventeen are clear of in- debtedness and ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 September 1910

IEIOULTUEAL EODB ■ nonl ' ■ * F; A lot of nonsense is being talk- aad written by the Republican ^newspapers about "better agri- cultural methods." Self-interest, of course, prompts every farmer to do everything that he can to get the best crops possible, and no incentive is stronger than self- interest. There are many things ■ that farmers would like to do that events prevent them from doij^g, and there are tilings which they do that they wish they had left undone, ft is so in every business and with everyone. If the hay had not been cut this moaning, the rain would not have spoiled it; but who is wise enougl to tell what the fickle weather will be? If it had not rained for weeks in the spring, the cotton and the corn would not have been so weedy; it would have been possible to work it in sea- son, instead of having to wait until other crops needed alt ca- tion. If it had not been for the drought, the crops would have been better; but the farmer is not a rain-maker and has to ac- ce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 15 September 1910

t *u?ntific dreaaina ■yea amipermnntty r cuts, burns, bruises, wounds o* every kin&. ires at once because the air J, and the oil Covering acta M artificial skin. The quickest, faat- eat healing oil Jknown— HUNT' S LIGHTNING OIL. 25 cents and 50 cents bottles. || All Druggists Always H.B Richards Med 6s Shim Free Sample Fer Baby's Ills Something can and must be done for the puny, crying baby, for the child that refuses to eat and is rest- less in its sleep. And since the basis of all health is the proper working of the digestive organs, look first to the condition of the stomach and bowels. A child should have two full and free movements of the bowels a day. This emptying of the bowels is very important, as with it comes a clear head, a light- ness of step, good appetite and sound sleep. But it is equally important to fenow what to give the child in the emergency of constipation and indiges- tion. Cathartics are too strong and salts and other purgatives are not only too strong, b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 September 1910

"W n See J. Sandford Mnith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurawve, He*ia, Texas. Mexia Weekly Herald. Tear MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY", SEL'T. 22, 1910. $1.00 Per Tear TEXAS INDUSTRIAL CON- GRESS. trial development of our State. Too little attention lias hitherto been given to this tremendous to industrial Texas as a Mr R. J. Kleberg, of Kings-j i„„S( ville, President of the Texas In-] whole, b.v our financiers and bus- ! • P^®S trial Congress, has issued the ju,.ss This Congress hopes following address to the people 11(,t un|v to forcefully direct their of Tfcxas urging their interest in attention t<>. it but to procure and attendance upon the next their counsel and enlist their co- convention of the Congress, whicl operation in stopping it. will be held at Houston begin- . Importance of Agriculture. 'The enormous increase in the ningi November 15th. "The Texas Industrial Con- y number of consumers oi agricul- products give to the busi- of agriculture an import- ance and rank never...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 September 1910

SH J., Every Thursday. pill Heux, Bdltor and Proprietor. BR! IMS I SUBSCRIPTION RATE*. Oh TWt WW- Six Month*, "W Three Month* 28. aecond-claM matter March a 1908, at the postofflce at Mezia, Lm, under the act of Congress of Sarah 8, 1870. • ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 is. 4 Is. 1 yr. 1 Page 112.00 822.00 840.00 60 .00 H " 7.60 13.00 24.00 30.00 $4 •• 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Pane- 1 Issue—per inch 20 cents. I Issues—per Inch 35 cents. I issues—per Inch 50 cents. 1 Year each Issue—per inch 10 cts. The peace maker is alright, but he is never appreciated by the man who is geitting the best of the i'iglit. There is now said to be "a dangerous neutrality" existing between Teddy and Taft. The country] can stand it. Dallas more than doubled her population since the census of 19001 Dallas is a city all riglit, in more respects than in popula- tion. Jere Lillis, the K. O. banker who got into a. little cutting scrape with Jack Cudahay last spring, is back at home after an ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 September 1910

T'-" • ■■ ••# ■•' ■ r< *5$ jrr-:m ' ■ -%;• ■•<;«-w*$m*■ ,. ■$■& ¥'H uylo Loan ON IMPROVED FIRMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. 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 Jllexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. warn m w. t J M. WHITE, Lawyer Alexia, Texas Local and Personal. Miss Fannie Curl Kineheloe has gone to Georgetown to at- tend the Southwestern Univer- sity. ' We wish to place one of our beautiful 1911 cal- endars in every home in this county, and if you will leave your name and address at our office, we will be glad to mail you one.—Buckner & Street. Mrs. K. T. Measlse is visiting her sister, Mrs. II. C. Nash, in Corsieana. Mrs. .f. L. Smith and daughter, Mrs. Dr. Metcal.f, have returned from a several weeks visit to Mrs. Stearlman in Carolecn, X. Fall Displays of I READY-TO-WEAR APPAREL . . . • ' Are Ready For You...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 September 1910

i and perraan - bums, bruises, of every kind, i at once because the air , anil the oil covering acts I skin. The quickest, fast- allng oil Jknown— HUNT ' S rNING OIL. 25 cents and (H> i bottles. All Druggists Always iB Richards Med Go Sherman *W$f f' Sample Helps Frail Wi omen So tnany women are dragging out weary lives just because their diges- tive organs are weak. The result is poor circulation, nervousness and the verge of invalidism. It is often very unnecessary and the woman's own fault. < The first thing to do Is to look to the welfare of your bowels. There the trou- ble usually lies. All physicians know that a large percentage of women are habitually constipated, and from this re suits Indigestion, piles, weariness, etc. that women constantly complain of. •But there is no use taking "female rem- edies" and things of that kind until you nave started your bowels to moving. Tou will find that when the bowels move regularly once or twice a day all your petty ills will disa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 September 1910

$Sf JpA ford smith for FIRE, LfFE and TORNADO Insurant. ne*ia, lexas. W The Mexia Weekly Herald. Year MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1910. 11.00 Per Year Court House Notes ieek Journal. HH| , Commissioners Court. The Commissioners Court was in session the first part of last week, and disposed of the usual business accumulated during the month. These proceedings were crowded out last week by reason of lack of space. The trustees of Independent school district No. 45 were au- thorized to sell the present school building in said district. The quarterly report of 0. Wat son as justice of the peace pre- cinct No. 2 was approved and his resignition as such officer was ac- cepted, he having moved out of the county. On motion W. P. Alexander of Delia was unani- mously chosen to succeed Mr. Watson he being the democratic nominee for the office. " The bond of W, P. Alexander as justice of the peace, precinct No. 2, with R. F. Whitte and W. A. Rivers' as sureties, was ap- proved. That Zepli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 September 1910

——— w E offer for 1910 the strongest assortment of Shoes, the widest range of more than good values, ever shown in Central Texas. We don't care what kind of shoe you need nor for what member of the family you need it, you will find a pleasing variety to select from>nd the value, ten to one, will be far better than you'll find elsewhere. HE buying organization of our chain of stores has facilities second to that of nu merchant in the State of Texas; a thorough knowledge of the shoe business; a tremendous outlet] for quantities T of shoes and the SPOT CASH to pay for them. These facts and these alone enable us to buy our shoes at BED ROCK Prices and our well known principle of selling at live and let live prices" makes our position as the leading shoe department unassailable. Read every word below, it's a message worth vou while, and means better shoe values for you and more shoe sales for us. Men's Fall Shoes The "Just Wright" Line T he Just WrighT SHoe The Fall showing of "Just W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 September 1910

r.t /Mtiiir/, I ON IMPROVED FARMS (DOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. mfi a have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled lo make loans on Keal Estate ditect 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 I I 1 Local and Personal, We wish to place one of our beautiful! 9II cal- endars every home in this county, and if you will leave your name and address at our office, we will be glad to mail you one.—Buckner & Street. | I 11 ■ V'V> • N SKT/fJj '*.«<' -Jb I •; ^ k: \ V $ \ f J's- I. s 1 ;< Miss Gladys Shaw of Corsicana is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. John Ezell. A. B. Marehbanks was up from Calvert Sunday visiting his fam- ily. Collier's hat is still wide* dis- cussion. In speaking of the iden- tity of the hat while talking witli a certain young lady of Mexia, Mr. Collier said he was .sure that the hat had just oorne across the pond for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 September 1910

tvery Thursday P, Houx, editor and Proprietor. •0B8CRIPTION RATES. OM TMTf lloothii Three Months. \ :\ Altered u second-class matter March t, 1908, at the postotflce at Me*ia, TOim, under the act of Congress of March S. 1879. . . . is ahead of neighboring towns, showing that she is getting her share of the crop. And the crop is not near all picked. Texas Cotton Palace, Waco, Texas, from 'the 5th to 20th of November. Shows, exhibits and attractions to interest all ages and- classes of gyod people. Low rates on all railroads. ADVERTISING RATES 1 Issue 2 is. 4 is. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 % " 7.50 13.00 24.00 80.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 issue—per inch 20 cents. 1 issues—per inch 35 cents. 4 Issues—per inch 50 cents. 1 Tear each issue—per inch 10 cts. Another wreck, this time in Wisconsin, in which five people were seriously injured. And Teddy put the kibosh on Sunny Jim It is hard to get away from the big stick. It is said that if you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 September 1910

HHpMv BBSS* vpexv&VAe &ooAs at £ o\s> "Pr\.ees CoxvpVeA VJOWVv S^ar^e ?Vs- s>OT\mwvts and *5'vrs\ CAass Sermce art *3ac\ors *3\v&V& D ^lasrasis llf be .5 KlaVxxv^ ntvo ^ueuds axvii Customers far "Gur Store" S\>er^Aa^. A Great Show of Women's Wearables Awaits You Here TPta tinf&A Qui^c P°Pll,ar Models at popular Prices are now here in the /greatest variety ,.— - —.... of styles we have ever shown. Wade of all the fashionable Materials in rough weaves, so much in demand the present season, also all the staple fabrics. Chic, jauntz styles in every size to fit all figures. We have provided for the slender and tall women and stout figures, and t he small misses too, No trouble to be fitted here in suits at any price Special attention is directed to our lines of exceptional values at $18.75, $20.00, $22.50 and $25.00 and upward to $37.50. Unusually 1 large showing at the moderate prices. M fci mffi |N^\y Pali ^'1IS ^aS a'ways been known as the "Skirt Store"—an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 September 1910

and Operatic FmIutm of the Very Best VAUDEVILLE ACTS. ■ -. I Ew \ the exhibits, snce the "De- e which re- tention, splendid lort He attractions YHiviu'a Band, QilUtti'a Menkaya, Ruaaian Dancara and Othar Bookinga Aaaura Suparb Program. Dallas, Texas.— With the graud tree attractions which the man- agement of the Stat* Fair t of Texas has secured for tha twenty-fifth an- nual meeting, which begins at Dallas, October 15, the sixteen days of the ex- position promise to be one round of pleasure. Amusements will be of the clean and wholesome kind and the very best obtainable In America. Presideat E. J. Kiest and Secretary Sydney Smith paid particular attention this year to what they describe as pure amusement features. Visitors to the Fair not only come to ^Improve them selves by an inspection but to be entertained. partment of Mirth" is ceives a great deal of Free attractions of have been secured. will be seen in Amusement l'ark, at the Auditorium, at the race track, and, In fact. In ne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 September 1910

«• * ill stme fur lueh Inter eat Already Manifest* ed in Cominf Meeting. CONTESTS ARE VARIED. C j VI T*ott«r and Pacors, Automobilos, M«- toreycloe and Aoroplanoi Will A| -* paar In Sansatianal Event*. # Dallas, August, 1910.—Racing fea- t«r«i at the twentr-fllth annual meet- ia| of the Stat* Fair of Texas promise te be sensational. The management tkltt year offers In purses and stakes ta the horse, automobtla, motorcycle •ad tournament events, something like |50, WO There will be ten days of ksrse raring and three days of auto- mobile contests. In other words, there will be something of Interest doing at the grandstand every week day during the Fair. The racily: program will be featured by new attfa* ttoas secured by the Fair management this year. Great est of all will be the contests popular to all Southerners before the Civil War, when the planters' civilization was in its prime. Much interest Is already manifested In the coming race meeting Entries for the eight stake harness ev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 29 September 1910

ffi. a; •< %-r +> * ' [ f i*V< \l scientific dressing eves and permantly harts, cuta, burns, bruise#, and womyls of every kind, leaves at once because the air ia excluded, and the oil covering acts as Artificial skin. The quickest, fast- eat healing oil Jknowri— HUNT ' S LIGHTNING OIL. 25 cents and Ml cents bottles. All Druggists Always A.B Richards Had Co Sherman play in the center of their store the prettiest display of unfinished worsteds in all the latest and prettiest sliades and colors, tasti- ly arranged with the Persian silks in the different styles and colors, in plaids and plain to match, also the beautiful gold in- terlaced Persian braids and all- over laces to harmonize to the Queens taste. They are "things of beauty," and while they can not be "a joy forever," they will gladden the hearts of the wear- ers until thoy are worn out. and they'will wear well, for they are of the finest quality. Ye lovers of the beautiful in colors and combinations, in harmony and st...

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

r. ; .. . X':' •- t I fc ^ ta i '* I < •'* I, " * H s 1 • * fi 1 ■ j I i I * i /i i is i.'! f ! Wu wl Wi -V, ..' ' ' See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO lnsura*«;, Hexia, Texas. fW': The Mexia Weekly Herald. Tear MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1910. $1.00 Per Year ■ October 8th 9 a. m. Bankrupt Sale j J. & P. Coats thread 4c Cadet guaranteed hose 17 c Ladies silk hose 49C Our silk stock contains the very new- est stuff in Diagonals and the new shades of China and Taffetta. fl ► Crape De Chene, value §1.50,now TIC Ginghams, stripes and plaids, 10c and 12 l-2c values now 4 7 l=2c 1 lot Ladies and Misses Shoes and Oxfords 21c The entire A. J. Wagner & Co. Bankrupt Stock will be placed on sale at prices that will move every dollars worth of Merchandise. The stock was sold in the Bankrupt Court and at a discount that will allow us to sell each article at prices the public had never any hope to realize. Every Article in the store is included—not one thing: reserve...

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

S'JVirV. ■ : few■ :-i ;■ : * Journal. Oooatjr Court. last will and testament of , W. Williams, deceased, ham filed for probate on the ap- plication of Louis Scharff, who «gh* to be appointed administra* tor of the estate. The will is fated April 13th, 1907, and be- fueaks all property, of every class and kind, wherever situated, to his sister, Mrs. Lilla L. Rob- ertson. i On the application of Dr. J. J. Williams, he was appointed tem- porary administrator of the es- tate of his deceased brother, H. W. Williams, with authority to collect a life insurance policy amounting to $5,000.00 in the Na- tkraal Life Insurance Co., and to collect the rents and revenues due the estate by divers and sun dry persons, and to pay balance on homestead and procure deed. Application has been filed in the probate court by W. E. and Leila D. Bratton of Tehuacana for letters of administration on the estate of Mrs. M. A. Baites, deceased. The estate is Valued at $5,000(.00. Adjudged Insane. Sion Mack, an a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 October 1910

i? s3i&> < U* ON IMPROVED FARMS ▼KNDOR •S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby 1 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 fm Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. We wish to place one •f our beautiful 1911 cal- endars gin [every home in this county, and if you will leave your name and address at our office, we will be glad to mail you •ne.—Buckner & Street. Rev. Horace Bishop of Corsi mm was in tha city Monday night attending Quarterly Con ference. Last Saturday was one of the biggest business days wc have had in many a day. There were weighed in the two cotton 1521 bales of cotton and the banks say they have never been busii than that day. Gillette safety man's. razors at Pitt The now time card that goes into effect on the Central on the 16th of thia month will make some changes in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 6 October 1910

tfMl t V- '* Ev«ry Thursday. Editor and Proprietor. — IPTION RATES. 11.00. Months BO Months, 26. M second-class matter March at the poBtoffice at Mexia, under the act at Congress of 8. 1878. ADVERTISING RATE8 1 Issue 2 Is. 4 is. 1 yr. 1 Face 812.00 822.00 $4/00 $000.00 H " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 K " 4.60 7.60 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per Inch 20 cents. 8 issues—per Inch 35 cents. 4 Issues—per Inch 50 cents. 1 Tear each issue—per inch 10 cts. spent yield® a fair return and givaa satisfaction and enjoyment; when misspent it gives rise to general dissatisfaction and un- rest The man then who does not know enough to get a fair return for his time and his money is quite sure to be discontented. Rewards aggregating $100,000 have been offered for the capture and conviction of the parties who blew tip the Los Angeles Times building last Friday night, in which a score of lives were lost and considerable property de- stroyed. The police and many private citizens are at...

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