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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 November 1910

' f " , .W ' ^ ' | ■, See J. Sandtord Smith fur FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO lnsura*«e, fleacla. Texas. < MEXIA, TEXAS, IIIURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1910. 11.00 Par T« DUAL COTTON BATE SYSTEM HAS PRODUCED CHAOS. ports in the swime proportion. Ifi this manner the poise of ocean fre ight rates from all Southern Austin Citizen Claims That Ad-'porta .that then prevailed was vantage is Given to Steam- 'maintained, just iis it is being ship Lines. Austin, Texas, Oct. 22.—E. J. iiyrne of this city is far from be- maintaineij in t Ik? present instanc following the last reduction of cotton rates bv the Railroad Com- ing pleased with the chaotic eon- mission clition of the rates that now pre- vail on the movement of cotton. He contends that instead of work "When the hearing that re-i dueed revenue the railroads are I not handing the staple with the dispatch a higher rate would war rant, and the confusion augurs iH J'or the people who are called up- on t" meet the situation as it exists. "Unless it is the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 November 1910

■very Editor t •UMCRIPTION KATE ft. Om TtVi Mb MonUa. M Three Mentha, J6. U aeeond-claaa matter March IMS, at the poatoMoe at Maiia, tinder the act at Congreaa of t, ltTt. ADVERTISING RATES 1 laaae 1 la. 4 la. ljr. 1 Pace 111.00 112.0* $*>.M ttw.N M " 7.60 13.00 14.00 M.00 % - 4.60 7.60 14.00 176.00 Lesa Than One uaQrter Page. 1 laauo—per Inch 10 oenta. 1 laaaea per Inch 16 centa. 4 laaaea—per Inch 60 centa. ft Tear each laane—per Inch 10 eta. this paper represented for foreign advertising by the GENERAL. OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES THE POSTAL REGULATIONS. The postal department is now after newspapers in the north that are not obeying the law which forbids a publisher to send his paper to a subscriber more than, one year on credit. It is likely that the postal inspectors will be after southern papers at an early date, and the punish- ment for violations is quite se- vere.—Exchange. In order to be ready for the coining of the inspector and to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 November 1910

" '4m i 'V* bFMH *V?r .,' **«.: i ... ' • ■ ' ' :, ■ ■ I BpraS Bri Ik- y;M c < ./ / Money to Loan T ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. \y 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. Brlnf your bides wool and beeswax and get the highest cash price.—0. Fal*. C. J. Sterling is in Hubbard City drinking the hot water for hie health. Just received a, oar of (Shannon Bmery Cook Stoves—Guaranteed to give satisfaction.—.Jackson Bros. Co. The school board met Tuesday night in regular monthly session and transacted routine business, such as hearing reports, paying bills, etc. Even up. Prices are all ready made on hand painted china at s must go prices—W. D. Pittman, Jeweler and optician. Miss Donie Crass is in the city visiting the family of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 November 1910

I from indigestion are wak- tbc fact thai peppermint charcoal and "dyspepaia only makeshifts in the can so troablesome a complaint as todiaeaUon. What is reuulred Is die that will, not only relieve but wul tone arid train the digestive '"J. ««*in do Its work normally, this these simple remedies cannot do. mor® to the cure or Indigestion than sweetening the br^h. and yet s remedy that only con- tains digestive Ingredients will not cut* permanently, as the basis of Indigestion Is poor bowel circulation, and that re- quires a scientific laxative. We know or no remedy that combines these re- qulrements better than Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which has been sold for a quarter of a century. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a laxa- tive tonic, a scientific blending of nat- Ingredients for the cure of con- etipstion, indigestion, liver trouble, sour stomach, sick headache and similar com- Its ingredients will so strengthen *P a. Pi?e etomach and bowel muscles that they will again do their wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 November 1910

I • ■ s-'l M .•*■ v.«> -v-r M'ff>jp;;«3gp j ix,-r^ • V !o* •w See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, Hexla, Texas. Mexia Weekly Herald. Eleventh Tear MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1910. ,)m |14)0 Per Tear v/ % I# C:i / <. M < ■'" DEMOCRATS MAKE SWEEPING VICTORIES MANY STATES UPHEAVAL lil POLITICS SIMILAR TO YEAR 1882 TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Massa* chusetts,Connettici!t and Others in Democratic Column w* LOWER HOOSE LOST BY REPUBLICANS Their Majority in Senate Reduced—Prohfbiton De- feated in Missouri—Hooper Seems Victorious in Tennessee. Control of House by Democrats Sure No doubt remains that netwrcary OoagTeasmeu have been gamed. 2z Votes Necessary. Additions to delegations in many states will give Democratic Party working majority. Dix is elected by probably 65.090 Early indications were for larger plurabiiity, but up-state mikes change. Wins in city by 100,000. Legislature,which is to select successor to Senator Depew...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 November 1910

dpfff @19119 Wm.*-' ■vary Thwsdey. p. Houx, EtHtor iM Proprietor. I ■ I •UMGftlPTION RATS*. Ou Tmt. I1.M. Hi Month*, *S0 Three Months, M. gutered M second-class matter March 1 IMS, at the poetofdee at Mezia, Cpxaa, under the act el Congresa of 2inh S. 1879. ADVERTISING RATE8 1 Issue 2 is. 4 to. 1 yr i Page $12.00 $22.00 140.00 (500.00 ft •• 7.50 *13:00 24.00 30.00 " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Lest Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per inch 20 cento. I Issues—per Inch 35 cents. 4 Issues—per inch 50 cents. 1 Tear each issue—per inch 10 cts. ■ .1 " ' '! *•'" ' I ■ L- : iutff of cotton to buy a pound of biwon, and you can raise m pound and a half of bacon cheaper than you can raise a pound of cotton, then how many hogs have you in your pent—Temple Telegram. Judge KittrelPa remedy for pis tol "toting" is simple, but it would prove very effective. He proposes that When a man kills another with a pistol which he is unlawfully carrying, the right to plead self-defense shall be taken With such away...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 November 1910

'X' tO 1MB IMPROVED FARMS ..I. V '« VBNDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. OiMHNrt **<*•«> •WW'W) fW**- :*■'**** "WMMf ' hf!". *r<r ' ! '♦ *«W -a-S Vtfl'-Jt I >OU f# -a A M" Hive arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans clpse'd at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas J Local and Personal. Mr*. Wyckliffe Delia ven of CloVercroft, Ky., is ia the city visiting her parents, Mr. atul Mrs. W. E. Bonner. Mrs. J. W. Kiiieheloe and daughter, Miss Fannie Curl, have returned from Dallas where Miss Fannie Curl was operated on for appendicitis, which was a suc- cess and she Is now up a,nd well again. Btihg jour hides wool and bee««ru and get the highest cash prloe.—C. Fell E. J. ITitt has sold his restau- rant, the Union Cafe, just east of tihe opera house to W. Jr. Shumate. Prof. W. II. Adamson of Tem- ple Ls in- the city t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 November 1910

i . A. and M he gone and a*y mw _ Umi^. *•* the threshold of TW i Texas Bipflriwont Station, of T e«- SfcS i it" •ay8: "We have juet finished some experiments this past winter at the Fort Worth Feeding Station. We bought ten alioat* off the For^. Worth stock yawls market, that'Svere in fairly good conditio! averaging about 100 pounds a piece. We fed them cotton seed meal for 85 days without au.\ bad effects whatever—none that were discernible. We soaked the meal and corn 12 hours in water, and in cold weather a little long- er time tha* this would be desira- ble, often as long as 24 hours. In warm weather 12 hours seemed to be sufficient. We began on one half pound of cottonseed meal to the lwg, daily with about £ pounds of corn chops. We in creased this until we were feed ing 7 pounds of corn Chops anil 1 pound of cottonseed meal daily per hog. We had five pens in all, testing the meal against other protean foods, and it gave us bet ter returns than anything else we had. "Of course...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 November 1910

p ■ M ■Jtft >J1 * il«" t • 13 T S% '.:-' ' ' ./ ' ¥"*J■ Jw.'" **' i '• '' ' -- * V ' „■ • , , , . - • ,r**-"**rf"!.; SBP'1 ~ • - " '" , •,«.j>; 4 • I • ' ' • • ••••• '5^Sro8IPffl«_ AtKwmer & Phillipa Women can do their shopping with least trouble and with jjre^test security certain in the assurance of satisfaction beyond their most sanguine ex- pectations. Put the store to a test. Karner & Phltlips is only as far from you as your riearest mail box. Requests for sam- ples will receive prompt attention. All or- ders are filled same (lav received. j Just no)v Karner Phillips offers you its At Karner & Phillips you get absolute very best service. Its fashion displays are satisfaction. Every article sold is guaranteed magnificent—worthy of the greatest metro- to come up to your expectations. Any arti- politan style centers and largely distinguish- cle bought (except piece goods) can be re- ed by their exclusiveness. turned at any time for exchange. *3\vfcse iVve vw S\)e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 November 1910

W v* *« Will can and mast be don* crying baby, fof the ild that refuses'to eat and is rest- in its sleep. And since the basis mR * W- f Rr H ■< r-v , 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 Movement* of the bowels a day. This emptying of the bowels lg very Important, aa with It comes a clear head, a light- lies* of step, good appetite and sound sleep. But it is equully Important to know 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, but the child refuses thnm be- cause of their bad taste. Have y u ever tried Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin? It Is a liquid tonic that families have been using for a quarter of a century. It Is mild, pleasant-tasting and promptly ef- fective. It is good for vou as well as the child, but there Is nothing better to be tound for childr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 November 1910

■m -i> w ,^v ■••< v,s M^WMSIkk, i ■ ,-r •■;- ^fspipp '■vZBNiWW*'.' ;*1 '?iv^' "''' ' I :>. ,4:. ■ ; I '■ •; • .* #5' ■<*Wr P. W See J.Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO IrisuraMe, flMia, Tew. ■ I ' V I ' The Mexia Weekly Herald. Eleventh Year MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1910. 11.00 Per Yea* DE SOTO'S COFFIN FOUND, First National Hank and one of ; the most prominent financiers of Remarkable Preservation of the Texas, will deliver the address of welcome from the Business Mens Club, and Judge Sam R. Scott from the Vessel Containing the Dis- coverer's Bones. The. copper casket in which will extend greetings Ilerpando De Soto, the hardyj city of Waco. The sessions will Spanish adventurer and'explorer! he held in the auditorium of the of the Sixteenth Century, was Business Men's Club laid to rest under the rippling waters of the mighty Mississippi he discovered was revealed a few days ago near Quincy, Illinois. The unprecedented low stage of the water in the stream...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 November 1910

HERALD tUMIehe* Evsry Thursday. H. r. Home, Mltr and Proprietor. ) IV SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OH TMT, $1.00. Six Months *0 Three Month# 26- pm« 'i . "" " ' as Becond'clwfi matter March 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, under the act «rt Congress of I, 1879. ADVERTISING RATE8 1 issue 2 is. 4 is. 1 yr, 1 Page $12.00 *22.00 ftf/.OO *600.00 % «• 7.60 13.00 24.00 30.00 K 4.60 7.50 14.00 175.W' Lees 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. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES , 1 meat and hospitable conduct, and is proud to see them line up in the Bailey column—Gainesville Register. Why, sure th*y will, and why not? L. A. (Jack) Petit, well known in the newspaper world, has bought the Austin Statesman and will proceed ,to make that pa- per hum. Jack spent a couple of months here some years ago and many of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 November 1910

. ■' - i ■<} ■. • IHHP fflSSm^: : ' - W m< 1/ ti SOUS TOASTS. Off fad /{nni' at tHA 20th Wedding veraary of Mf. and Mrs. W. M. White. These two, for twenty years have traveled life's pathway 4o geth&r—a pathway not wholly strewn wi,th roses, or fret) from shadows' or pain, for in this life He hath not willed it so- Ihit " e hath willed it that Love that park of His divine self, unseen yet eternal should illumine: the J dark pli es, lift the shadows and take away, the bitternses of pain because it is sweetened by sym pat by and the knowledge that it is mutually shared. Here's' wishing that this score of years spent together may be lengthened into three score, and may that love, which has made sweeten1 and brighter the years that are past, strengthened and purified in the crucible of life's trials and afflictions, shed its di- vine halo, not only about them- selves, but wider and farther reaching, may it bring under its purifying influence all the world with which it may com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 November 1910

m I i.i I-'##- culture at the « M. C< of Texna is receiving many rics as to what itt noeded in the establishment of a creamery and on the subject he siays: "The successful operation of a creamery depends very largely upon the farmers of a community Some farmers are natural dairy- men, and become much interested in the production of milk; while other men are naturally abhorent of the thought of milking cows, and would never make any sue cess whatever in an enterprise of this kind. The most successful creamery enterprise in this coun- try are those which have been es- tablished by farmers, who were natural dairymen, and were in- terested in the finantial success of the creamery enterprise, "Where a creamery is started by a few business men in the city, it has uften-times been a failure on account of the fact that farm- ers for whose benefit it was es- tablished do not appreciate the benefits which will come' to them from success of the creamery, and take no interest what ever in it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 November 1910

• J 9K m ' ;l ■ ON IMPROVED FARMS 'i'v v' •' M-M I ■ VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOOGHT AND EXTENDED. i'SM, a ";;* — t ' V 14; : ** -( ' | ' ' ' ""IK:- I sPfe:' IS .*,X Mm i? I I ■ .A have 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 privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer A Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richardson are visiting in Teague far a few (lavs. Bring your bides wool and beeswax and get the highest cash pnoe — C. *elv Mi's Aran Izora Bonner lias re- turned to her studies in Waco after spending Sunday at home. > 'MI 111 —. .1 . - ■ ■ ggggg m ■ ..,-.v J>TV\CTfc&\ "Wanted to buy rent or lease, small farm. Sov's. W. 0. W., & P. U. Brethren please help me get located. Give full description in first letter.—G. W. Sullivan, Norm anna, Texas. Miss Fanetta Wortham of Dal- las is in the city visiting relatives ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 November 1910

lit ? is « out mtty women ere dragging y live* just became their dig« - organ* art weak. The remit it poor circulation, nervoumeM and the verg* ol invalidism. It ia often very unneceiaary and the woman's own fault. The firat thing to do la to look to the welfare ot your bowels. There the trou- ble usually lies. All physicians know that a large percentage of women are habitually constipated, and from this re- sults 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 disappear. Take a good, mild laxative tonic like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for awhile and you will find yourself rapidly getting better and stronger, your bowels will regulate them- selves and work at stated times, and then your headaches and dizziness will disappear. Don't take strong cathar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 November 1910

; f Of ' l&k.'A.. : % t'V'w' mrVJ&rf: VM *Jki ,.:V-y See J. Saitdford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insuravme, flexla, w8$jk ft 'i;wl it m The Mexia ekly Herald. Bmnth Tear !*fc MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1910. 91.00 Per Tmi UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS. of Economic Geology. The. Iron Ore Situation in East Texas. I 1 -i...'. .iv, / /. v \ M V Si,. % :: v i * nifty ' 1 b T 'K ■ want tlie business they must es- tablish a rate'that, will secure it. Win. B. Phillips. November 15, 1910. $)n the 15th of ,June, 1910, the first coast-wise shipment of east Texas iron ore left Teexas City for Philadelphia, in the S. S. F. J, Luekenbaeh. It consisted of 568 tons and came from Cass County, on the line of the Jeffer- son & Northwestern Ry. The shipment was intended as a test lot to be tried in a Pennsylvania blast furnace and was not intend- ed as the immediate precursor of other and larger shipments. The results of the test were so favorable that contracts involv- ing 1,000 tons of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 November 1910

I — r fr, TEXAS •MINT W ROMANO!. mmmmmm To the spirit at ohhralry and tor* of atonture that characterised the wonderful days ot long ago the aver- wrlter tuna tor his romanUo Ulea of lor* and war, but It seems some- m M though enough of romance be fpund In the world at every period St lta ^existence, even In Ita present most practical and, perhaps, Ita moat unpoetlcal stage, to make volumes of absorbing Interest, but the myrtery of the past apseals to the ordinary mind with mor" persistence than the wonders of the present; per- hapa, because the Intervening periods (of time have endowed the occurrences jof other days with something of the icharm of their own uncertainty. The Influence of poetry, of music, of art, |of the drama, of literature, helps to [mold a world of loveliness, and con- Itrlbutes In no small way to the hap- jptness of living, says the Charleston ews and Courier. Into each profes- sion some of the spirit of romance jhas crept, much of which has been Ibanded down fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 November 1910

ma, I iWrntlM i. f) f > i PLi' ffiftpfi $mr ■■Ji my ';:i. •: ■ II \ si \ \ . i v?.> aiip I*§ ©tlBuv D ' t 'And .et them sacrifice the sacrifice of thanksgiving.—Psalm cvii, U. Lord, what have I but empty hands, -And aching feet from hopeless quests. And memories of barren lands. And days and years of sore unrests? Tho censer that I fain would swing Holds neither fragrant herb nor spice i There are no first-fruits I may bring To heap In thanKful sacrifice. Shall I amid life's stubble glean To find the grain the harvest leaves. Then gaze, contented and serene. The while my neighbors count thtir sheaves? There is no gold, nor house, nor land That I may thanK Thee it is mine; I may not measure with my hand Thy tithing of my corn and wine Had I all these, then might I Kneel And pray with fervent, easy speech That were an echo Of my weal. Of all that was within my reach. Shall I with pharisaic grace Bow down and play the hypocrite. And fling my prayer in Thy face — With not a heartb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 November 1910

flHMttHwwtaM mimam ,* •••••••*** • e86 •LOO. JO natter March , at ttM fMtotOc* at Mala. the act a< CoafrcM oI > «. WW. 3ij „ (Se Sheriff or anv his year 181; I. of Limetftone county, Te* bushels of corn, against|. Greeting: ' - You are hereby commanded to summon Hiram Sterling, and E. 122,250,000 bushelslast year. Our farmers ought to be in good shape for feed for next year. Texas led all of the corn states in total bushels this year. ADVBRTHMNO RATI* 1 Isaoe * is. * M. I re. 1 PUi 911.00 $12.00 140.00 1600.00 ft «• 7.60 18.00 24.00 80.00 % " 4.60 7.60 14.00 176.00 Um Than On* uaQrter 1 issue—pfer inch 20 cents. I tallies—per inch 36 cents. I issues—per inch 60 cents. 1 Tear each Issue—per inch 10 eta. Better pay your poll tax early and be ready for the election on the pro amendment next year. Only one more month now until Christmas. Get ready for Santa Claus and do your shopping early. "ijffaiH Count Leo Tolstoi, the great Russian author and reformer, die( last Saturday at th...

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