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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 September 1908

HER GOOD FORTUN* T n j w I i 1 U. .. After Yeart 8pent in Vein Effort. Mrs. Mary E. H. Rouse, of Cam- bridge, N. Y., Bays: "Five years ago I had a bad fall and it affected my kidneys. Severe pains in my back and hips became constant, and sharp twinges followed any exe.Hion. The kidney secretions were badly disordered. I lost flesh and grew too weak to work. Though conslantly using medicine I despaired of being cured until I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. Then relief came quickly, and In a short time I wag completely cured. I am now in ex- cellent health." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. LIGHT ON HISTORY RECENT .DISCOVERY 13 OF UNI. VER8AL INTEREST. ABSENT-MINDED. Samaritan Version of the Book of Joshua Differe in Some Waye from the Incidents as Told in the Bible. Same Old Story. MrB. Howells—How much does your husband earn a week? Mrs. Growells—Oh, anywhere from |15 to $25 more than he gels. TO DRIVE OUT MAI.AMIA AM) IIIIILU DP THE SYSTEM. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 September 1908

IB Wmm m'l ' ■ PRICE'S \T FLAKE OELERT POOD \i prepared under the personal TOpervision of Dr.« V. C. Price, whose name as a manufacturer of pure food products is nation- al. No breakfast food can com- pare with it, as it contains all the elements found in the body. Moony to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. lO cents a package. Fop sale by all Grocers 42 — Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the rnind, dis- courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid- neys are out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent | that it is not uncommon for a child to be born t^5 afflicted w>th weak kid- neys. If ti.rf child urin- ates too often, If the urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet'ing, depend upon it. the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 September 1908

See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexfa, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. VOL. 9 l i § i i MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEP! EMBER 10, 1908. NO 37 <7« va|> Every day now we are receiving New Goods,—The results of several weeks spent in New York and other Eastern Markets by our buyers. We will soon be able to show you the largest and best assorted stock of Merchandise ever shown in this section. Our Millinery department is already filled with the greatest asortment of Hats, Shapes, Trimmings, Veilings, etc., we have ever shown. We assure you if you will visit our store before you will be convinced that it is to vou interest to trade buy you with us. We want your business and know that it takes better mer= mi* chandise and lower prices to get it. Wagner & Company 9 i COURT HOUSE NOTES. j Sandy King vs Mexia Light & Groesbeck Journal. ! Water Co. judgment for plaintiff marriage license. for $1.00. Maude Griffith to Burrus E B Douglass et al vs H &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 September 1908

W n LY HERALD Pukllaher • • - TEXAS Douitngo has sold her navy L.TM. and la now defenseless. while the man in the moon la looking tor the coming flying ma- Wllbnr Wright has spoiled the jests ot those tunny Frenchmen who did not Mtove he could fly. A Chicago woman shot at a burglar and hit her baby. Next time she'll know which to aim at. Baltimore is going to abolish some 60 grade crossings at an expense of t7.000.000. Progressive Baltimore! In view of the fact that Chicago is wasting 83,000,000,000 gallons of water a year, It is fortunate that the lake la handy by. A New Jersey court decides that it la not unlawful for a man to swear at his wife. Perhaps not, but many find it dangerous. The small boy sometimes gets tanned when he disobeys and goes swimming, and sometimes again when he gets home. Chicago professors still lead in re- search work. One has now indicted the dove for not being gentle, and says ha can prove it. Germany's financial enthusiasm over Count Zeppelin is evidenc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 September 1908

me' ■ " i * hp Warn. t |v" 6. i m < \ \ < -i i > TUpVf flgS •^Elixir #8enno acts £>entlyyet prompt- ly on the bowels, cleanses habitual constipation permanently. To get its oenejicial ejects buy the genuine. lanulactured bytnei > fioSraupCo. SOLO BY LEADING DRUCGISTS - 50* p-.&OTTU. The Limit. She—He's the meanest man I ever knew. He—What's he done? "Why, he tried, this year, to make his wife wear the bonnet his horse wore last summer!"—Yonkers States- man. Saved Him. "It didn't kill me, but I think it would If it had not been for Hunt's Cure. I was tired, miserable, and well, nigh used up when I commenced using it for an old and severe case of Eczema. One application relieved and one box cured me. I believe Hunt's Cure will cure any form of itching known to mankind." CLIFTON LAWRENCE, Helena, O. T. Just Suppose. "S'pose the old man .don't get the office he's a-runnin' for?" "Well, he says that'll be a calamity to the state, but ef the state won't let him save it,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 September 1908

. . . > .'A HEHERALD ID EVERT THURSDAY, H. P. HOUX, Editor m Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year without any charges preferred against them. Uncle Sam should make those Mexican officials come aero88 now and release those boys and also come across with the proper explanation. $1.00 Entered as second class matter March 6,1908, at the post office at Mexia, Tex, under the act of congress of March 3, 18TO. I Issue 2 issue* tissues 1 Page$12.00 $22.00 $40.00 i Yea $500.00 300.00 175.00 x •' 7.50 13.00 24.00 x 44 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 Lufkin is about to develop an oil field and the people are getting a little excited over there. DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE Bryan and Taft are both on the We have received from bounty School Superintendent J. T. Cox a table showing the state school apportionment for the different schools in Limestone county. The table is too long for publica- tion this week...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 September 1908

* ■ 0-^'r - ■ ■ enm t A <' > / K h Vi ,m mi fit -4> f 4 ?M£ j vf'; r*' ^.KSSB/1 •* * ,■'• JV> / / .' i-/ m #:? ,#>/ 1M ■' i«4hsHk v . , ^ rr/ j . T- M&'/ %■■:■&J k-< r>, r&se^- •WrtfUtWDifc: ly A Pageant of The Best of Fall Styles Await Your Viewing—A < Panarama of The New Fashions, Fads and Fancies. The scene has changed. The reign of Summer is over. We usherJ"Autumn" to her throne of Dame Fashion's designing. You are invited to the coronation. The story of our preparations for this great event—our Fall Opening, could best be told in volumes. We will merely give a brief preface and let vou think volumes when you come and behold our accomplishments. We went about our preparations for Fall with a determination to outdo our best pre- vious endeavors. Our achievements have been fully as satisfactory as our endeavors were determined. A Fall Fashion show awaits you such as you never experienced in this locality. The best of the garment styles are repre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 September 1908

gspp$j •m>] THE HOME ELECTRICIAN. AN tuftCTRIC TRUMPET. How You Can Make Yourself a Small 8torage Battery. The cell of a storage battery con- siatsof two plates, a positive and a negative, made of lead and placed in a dilute solu- tion of sulphuric acid. Large bat- teries made of large cells have a great number of plates, both posi- tive and negative, of which all posi- tive plates are connected to one terminal and the negative plates .are connected to the other terminal. The storage cell as described below is the right size to be charged by a few gravity cells and is easily made. Secure a piece of 1%-inch lead pipe, five inches long, and cut both ends smooth and square with the pipe. Solder a circular disc of lead to one end, forming a cup of the pipe- As this cup must hold the sulphuric acid it must be perfectly liquid tight. It is necessary to get another lead pipe of the same length and three-fourths inch in diameter. Bore as many one- 'eighth-inch holes in this pipe as pos- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 September 1908

"■■I*:• ■'■•'""1 mm' ''i' K NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS Bob Harper of San Angelo has sold to a party In Mineral Wells a large Mack bear (or tbe sum of $150.00. Capt. William Lucas, a contractor, who had lived in Galveston over fifty years, was killed Tuesday by falling from the top of a high chimney. Wendell and Terrell Mahan, aged X0 and 8 years, sons of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Mahan, were drowned In the Colorado river at Sunithville while bathing. Mrs. John L. Peeser of Austin, wife of John Peeler, nominiated for Senator from the Twentieth District, died Mon- day aftenoon from the effects of pro- longed illness. A fire which originated in the Oaks Hotel at Mineral Wells last Friday did damage to the extent of $l!0,000 and a much heavier loss was threat- ened for a time. A negro preacher was fined $100 in Justice of the Peace Boyett's court at Paris on the charge of abusive lan- guage. It was claimed that he called a white woman a liar. George W. Forbes, vice president of the local Retail Groc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 September 1908

SSI ;; ■ T> P. mm mm : result of forty eflort, devoted the science of pure POKE'S WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD Its superiority over other Cereal Foods cannot he questioned. It is the kind of food that strength-! ens and assists in establishing! nealthy action of the bowels. to cents a package. Top sale by Groccr& 18 Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. I have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans 011 l<eal 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 Sunday evening about 6 oclock a white man was struck by a freight train just south of the interlocking plant, and when picked up he was so badlv cut up that it was impossible to re- cognize him. He had been seen around town for a couple of days lut no one knew his name and ' ■ Gone Bat Not Forgotten On the 27th of August 1908 the Death Angel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 September 1908

" ; ■HKnpi - ■ ■■* xm* *wmm ."<•*>-■ - 1PPSPM • ■ ■ IP See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. S "mP'I Ri The Mexia Weekly Herald. VOL. 9. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY,,; SEPTEMBER 17,1908. NO 38 i&i V w I < ♦ v ■ n > j, * MAKING RECORD AT SEATTLE. Pacific World's Fair Will Soon Have Twelve Buildings Completed—No Other Exposition Ever Prog- ressed As Rapidly. Special Correspondence. Seattle, Sept. 12, Six buildings finished, six more nearing com- pletion, landscaping and work on the finishings of the roadways well advanced, is the record made by the management of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition nine months before opening day. June 1. 1909. That the Pacific World's fair will open on time complete in every detail is the opinion of experienced exposition men. who state that no other ex- position ever made such rapid progress toward completion. The United States government has nearly finished the plans for its five buildings—main govern- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 September 1908

BRACTED PLANTAIN TO MARK HISTORIC BATTLEFIELD 10 RETIRE FOR LIFE I A Troubl« ome Weed That Is Very Hard to Get Rid Of. An Illinois farmer is troubled with • weed the head of which somewhat resembles a small timothy head, and which has au abundance of lace-like feaveai at the suriace of the ground. Our Illustration, taken from the farmers' Review, shows the appear- ance of the week. Where this weed grows over the whole field the only thing to do is to jpnt it through a course of rotation. Where there is only a stalk here and EVAPORATION. Plfi/a a Very Large Part In All Agr*. cultural Proceiaes. Evaporation plays a very large part in all agricultural processes. The rapidity with which evaporation goes on determines to a large extent the rapidity of growth. It should be evi- dent to any person that the building up of a plant can progress only as fast as the food can be carried to it, and this food can be carried only as fast as the water moves in the plant, as all plant food is held in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 September 1908

tySsM Wm* A / k f- ""V. —r SUGGESTIONS HINT8 ON MATTERS PERTAINING \ . TO THE HOUSE. Framing and Hang.'ng of Pictures— In Choobing L.t.m|> Shades Color Should Harmonize with \Vllla —The Refrigerator Bosket. The framing and huDglng of p!c lures has become an art. Thfy an an Important decoration of u room In banging pictures, a study of sur- roundings is necessary, and cart should be taken as to wall coverings Avoid large-patterned papers. Th.' plain colored or striped cartridge pa pers in rather dark half-tones, are th< best backgrounds for pictures. The •walls of a room should never be crowd- ed, and as far as possible all pictures should be placed on a level with the eye. The framing of pictures is so much a matter of individual taste that it is impossible to give rules that will ap- ply In all instances. Oil paintings, highly colored prints, and water col- ors, are, as a rule, framed in gilt. When mats are used upon pictures great care should be taken to insure their harmony...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 September 1908

■VERY THURSDAY. Bditob * Proprietor - ■ -T---1.-T. ! jj = s fgmm^gu1 j IPTION RATES: ...11.00 ■f 1M second class matter March mmm, at the post office st Mexia, Tex, wrnimr the set of congress of March 8, M . « „ ■i in !U . ^ nam of in the east It is to start at Louis and.ran down into entering- Texas some- where about Paris and wiHl come Oft through Fairfield, M«xia and Waco, and thence southwest to Mexico. Let.uahave that line by all means, it Will connect our town with a country now without a railroad. UtoeTtUVivi HaVt&« 1 issue a issues ^issues 1 Yea 1 Page* 12.DO $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 % *• 7.50 13.00 24.00 800.00 X " 4.60 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 Five is the _ ... r ot the Chinese, who have live plin- ets, five cardinal points; five vir- tues, five tastes, five musical tones, five ranks of nobility and five colors; also five _ hairs in their mustache. In this country a hand...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 September 1908

01 IMPROVED FARM! LIEN NOTES BOUGHT"! AND EXTENDED. i * stem $ Y" H v A, 4 f* ) f• -4 v?!\ J I have arranged for western ' capital whereby I am enabled * to make loans on Real Estate \ direct to borrower*. In«pet . ,' .tions madefy me and loans 'closed at Ifexia without delay. Satisfactory rates uwith pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer. Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. / Mrs. F. E. Withrow has re- turned to College Station after a few days visit to Mrs. F. L. Dunlap. Mrs. D. P. Shaw and daugh- ter, Miss Gladys, have returned from Galveston where they spent Sunday and Monday visiting rel- otives and friends. Highest market price paid for cotton seed.—J. W. Adamson. J. I. Riddle went to Bryan Monday night on business con- nected with the Wagner store here. J. C. Roberts, an old time Mexia boy, a son of Judge H. M. Roberts of this city, has been ap- pointed district judge of Dallas county to fill out the unexpired term of Judge Nash, lately de- ceased. Stayed from my place at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 September 1908

5H *S MOB li£AK3 JAIL; MEMO HANGtB. SNMMfi TOBACCO IN NAC HRALD GERMANY AND FRANCE DISAGREE TEXAS OVER MOROCCO AFFAIRS. TROUBLE BREWING Tin Wright brother* appear to have IH i ■tart In Paris. mBMmSmm! ,ntf .w: * ft r i <• ■ papers are sent tfr madrid Tk* latest drink In New York j the aviator, but does It produce I • dirigible jag? It appears that, after all, the thrifty | French Deputy Expelled from Alsace Wright brothers have not packed al) their egg* In one basket. The t«Mrn of Ohoopee, In Georgfi, 1* to hafre another name. No sense In such & name In a dry state. Count Zeppelin's airship, however, la still a long way from getting into the shlps-that-pass-ln-the-night class. Japan is planning to show the American sailors the time of their lives If they can learn to like Japan- ese cooking. A Georgia train ran into a mule and was thrown Into a ditch. The mule must have been going at a high rate of speed—Georgia trains don't. An Illinois professor wants the mails closed again...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 September 1908

JfjjNl*? few"' $%■'•* i ' I A h / V •V Fearful Catastrophe Mile-High Edifice Is Built By DANIEL P. WILES (Noted American Architect) Famous Expert Tells Why Magnates Must Not Construct Dizzy Skyscrapers. ^ BUILDING a milo high! JflkThat was the recent pre- diction of New York con- Mr tractors when figuring out possibilities for the re- sumption of building op- erations next spring. Hut our geologist friends say no. They declare that if such a structure should be raised over the fragile strata of roclt upon which the city Is built the whole would give way to the strain and an awful castastrophe would re- sult. Therefore measures have been taken are both archlteclual and geological. History gives us no other instance where man has been alile to lest the weight-carrying capacity of Mother Earth, but to-day so far have the ideas of civilization reached that even the globe is under a strain to hold the weight which man has dug out of its bowels and placed upon its face. New York, like the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 September 1908

* - called the famous fooii t, has produced a product Semi-Weekly Post to January 1, 1910. for One Dollar. The Semi-Weekly Post this week makes a special offer of its paper from now until January 1, 1910, for $1. The Post is the best all-round semi-weekly paper published in Texas, and every person not so situated as to get a daily should which is considered to represent subscriber t it In its Mon- , / . day's issue it gives the news the highest food production, j fresfl from the wires with full Its healthful dualities are utisur-j market reports and reading mat- passed. 10 cants a package. For* by D* PRICE'S WHEAT FLAKE GELERY FOOD AN OFFER TO ALL. - . . ,s,,. ■ .. ; The 5^ ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Nice norther we are having. nominated candidate for district M the atmosphere and ""J " ""u 1 * •osers Kli.1.the COUCH | UNO CUEte the lungs !™lr. King's New Discovery m CBUgr AND ALL THR.04T ANO LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED. wmnmiw. f*nww— Cream Vermifuge 3 ter of i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 September 1908

See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, flexia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY,,; SEPTEMBER 24,1908. Millinery! i i 1 r NO 39 new goods Our Millinery Department is filled with 'al! that is stylish and beautiful and now on display for your in= spection. We have long since abandoned formal opening, but place our Hats on display when received or made. Gage, Gold Medal, and lovely Parisian Par- ris Patterns, also products of our own work rooms, equally as beautjful will be found at our store. We cordially invite your inspection. New Belts, Bags, Neck- wear, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Handker- chiefs, Silks. Wool Goods Etc. I A J Wagner New Shoes, Clothing, Shirts, Hats Underwear, Sox, Caps, Etc. New Skirts, Ladies Suits, Fine Millinery, hat Pins, Trimmings of all Kinds, etc. COURT HOUSE NOTES. Groesbeck Journal. COMMISSIONERS COURT. The Commissioners Court in regular monthly session day and concluded of the term Tuesday, transacting the fol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 September 1908

" jfc-t ■" • Three Periods of Its Development in America Railway wrtaulj doe* not Mem to be oC • year (or sultans may decide to use some of Ml. Wooden shoes when It gets ready totav&nk Castro. •n* mart set Is not likely to take •P smuggling as a fad In view of re- cent developments. The woman mountain climber was lost just long enough to make a mag- Mine article salable. By THEODORE P. SHOOTS. Frcilinl latcffcoroaiih Metropolitan Coapuy. New York. Boston bank arms all employes and Insists on daily target practice. Yet people think Boston is slow. 1 Preacher on vacation sends postal- card sermon to each parishioner every week. Here comes the mail-order church. | A Pittsburg girl offers $450 for a husband. Too much to pay. You can pick one up for $3.99 almost any- where. A Georgia woman claims to be the original merry widow, though evi- dence is lacking that she is about 3,000 years old. • Mr. Rockefeller says he is not near- ly so rich as he is popularly supposed to he. In other ...

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