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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 November 1910

m 1 i I.J J I ^ % I .,'V- > 'rtte">a®a®;huiwsi: V -• .-ft* 3BW*; smc ar BBS = ;r-^ Clearing Sale Goods Starts Saturda ■■■ Dress ■ Note These At 10c ^en P\eces regular 25c i dress suitings in the popular plaids, most every color in this lot. Af 1A l-lr* We've the prettiest 1 IU X lot of cotton dress suitings at this price you ever saw - goods that sell in a regular way at 20c the yard. At 19c Mercerized suiting — the ——— most popular cloth of the season—this is our regular 25c grade- comes in pink, blue, wisterie, red, tan and all the "really good" colors. *3\ve Sv(vpov\srt\c,e SaYe Is far-reaching in its generous benefits to all. Think of it! Brand new sea- sonable Dress Goods will be sold at prices usuall} asked in January, giving many weeks of additional wear. When considering the unusual bargains offered for this sale kindly give proper thought to the style and qualitv, which are features of this business. Only first-class up-to-date merchandise is offered. It will pay you ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 November 1910

.si if- I' ■ ' It J WM LIFE TO ham's mpound for the largest number of actual cures tt female diseases of any similar medi- cine in the country, and thousands of •f female diseases of any similar medi- Jrregularities, periodic pains,backache, Indigestion and nervous prostration. ETerysuck ~ ' iierself to "Lame Leg Well" • 5I.OAN 5 UN! M K NT CARTERS SHIPMENTS STABT WITH A CAR FOR SAN FRANCISCO. THE SEASON HAS BEEN FINE Chicago, 111.—"I was troubled with [and Inflammation, and the doo- I tors said I could not et veil unless X ad an operation. II knew I could not 1 stand the strain of lone, so I wrote to you sometime ago about my health and you told me what to do. After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's vegeta- ble Compound and JBlood Purifier I am lya well woman."—Mrs. "Wiiaiah Ah&£ns, 088 W. 21st St., Chicago, HL Lydia E. Pinkham's "Vegetable Com- pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harm- ful drugs, and to-day holds the record voluntary testimonials are on f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 November 1910

i £ GE WEAK, SICK PALEFACES •oil In Bait Water Until Almost Cooked, Then Place In Buttered Pan and Bake He* 1$7 (i AKING WDER That Mikm Hw laklng Bttttr Filloree ere elmeet Impoulbl. with , «?£w that It wOl Kite r>u batter SMUltl. W« latow that tha baklns will be paper ■ ■mow wktlnoMe We know that It will be more evenly And we kaow that Calumet la more eeen It triad out in every way. It la naed nowln millions of homes and Its sales are crowins dally. modern baking powder. Have you tried It? Calumet Is highest in quality— Boderate In price. Reeelvml Hiarhest .Werid's Pere Food Exposition* It is the INGP J*01" Hade BY THE TF^ BAKING POWD^ CHICAGO Cut up and boll quantity of cabbage desired In salted water. When cooked till soft, though not boiled quite enough to eat, drain off water. But- ter a baking dishl cut up cabbage quite fine, turn Into a dish and add salt and pepper to taste and small bite of but- ter. Pour over sweet milk till nearly covered. Bake In a moderate oven about ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 November 1910

; WH BO looking to* htrcbJidrai s, something lit and the ON IMPROVED FARMS :■ m i trouble? Long ago she prob* baa become convinced that a cannot readily (wallow a pill or a tablet, and that to "break them la half and crush them" in an annoy •no*; that uraalty they work too drutt- ealhr. and are nauseating and too pow- erful for the little one'a stomach. Any mother who will take the trouble Of lending her name and address can ob~! tain a tree sample bottle of a remedy; that thousands of other mothers are uslnff now paying for. This remedy la Dr. S^nipJPepsln. and the 'offer of >d it. Having ( yourself that it Is what} one.dolla rs ar fly to open to any mother uaed it. Having used irself that It Is what obtain It In the fu- it at fifty cents and pe, just as so many _ _. the free sample being convince you of Its merits. It _ he best way to begin on It. Mrs. L. Davis of 187 W. Harrison street, Chicago, and Mrs. Mary Belford. 1710 Coke street, Louisville, Ky„ both started with a free ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 December 1910

■WiilSfe , vr te: jet • ll s, rifcd*. fuWTSi ww*. &■> m*m Mexia Weekly Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1910. 9LOOr«ta 11 L ' h DR. COOK ONCE MORE TO FRONT HZ NOW ADMITS THAT HE IS NOT REAL SURE NORTH POLE WAS REACHED. ♦ 4% Coming Home Soon Brooklyn Explorer Says That He Will Reach New York on December 22 in Order 1 to Spend Holidays in United States. New York, Nov., 30.—Dr. Fred- erick A. Cook, the Brooklyn North Pole explorer, La an article which will be published in Hamp- ton's Magazine, confesses that he does not know whether he reach- ed thte North Pole or not. Dr. Cook, who has been in hid- ing for over a year, lias informed the editors of the magazine pub- lishing his story that he will re- turn to the United States with his wife and children December 22 in order to spend Christmas here. What He Says. Or. Cook in his storydeals with the psychology of his adventure 1 says: 'Did I get to the North Pole, ,erhaps I made a mistake in thinking that I did. Perhaps T V,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 December 1910

memvm to ttel : -. 11 nn i brings out flu* birds men make good money, bat i little of it. A throne upheld by bayonets la sure to tall sooner or later. iljfe-.lfi'.i'. .. ————— Aviators are pulling down some rich jBg m prises from the upper air. from women down to census re- turns we are against padding. ■ ' aaaf ®£ However, the undertakers have Hot yet begun subsidizing football. As a Juggernaut the aeroplane is running the automobile a mighty close race. A western fanner extinguished a ttlaze in his kitchen with milk. Enough said. We've come to the conclusion that autumn has spring beaten forty ways from the jack. In an aeroplane race there seems to be no such possibility as betting on sure thing. Here is where the foolhardy man begins a dangerous intimacy with the pneumonia germ. The age of aviation calls for a race of spectators with eyes on the tops of their heads. Japan exported nearly 1,000,000 grounds of human hair last year. Do you buy your wife her share? With forty bankers...

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

'■ • ^ iMMi V . TP )'W: * ILY GUARDED UARDED ON BOTH SIDES OF THE SIO GRANDE. IE SEEMS UNLIKELY Huptors of Larger Bodies of Revolu- tionist* Have Little Real Backing. U %\; $iv Laredo: For the first time since (be revolutionary movement against Mexico assumed definite foim., the movement of troops along the United ' States side of the Rio Grande has be- fun. On the Mexican side everything (• reported officially tranquil, the ter- ritory covered 'by the reports reaching from Matamoras to Cuidad Porflrlo Diaz, a distance of about 800 miles. ft was reported 200 men were en- camped six miles above Minera. Texas, a coal mining town thirty miles up the Rio Grande, on the line of the Rio Grande & Eagle Pass railway. This body of alleged revolutionists has been under suveillance and their movements reported to the United States marshal. The Mexican consul stationed in La- redo was also aware of the reported mobilization of revolutionists, and se- cret agents of the Mexican govern- ment ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 December 1910

w-1 K'.l Ivwry Tlwrertay. L P. Hmix, Etfiter an* Proprietor, •UMCRIFTION RATE9. OM YtVi ••(• ••(•• ••••< w* Month*, • "W XtiTVB Months, «•••«•••■•*• *26> aa Mcond<lMa matter March at the poatoftlce at Mexia, (peas, under the act ef Congress of March S. 187 . The democrats propose to piM up such a mountain of votes that there will be no question about who -wins. ADVERTISING RATFU 1 Issue 2 is. 4 to. -i Pace 112.00 $22.00 H4 " 7.60 12.00 K " 4.50 7.50 %¥jA0 24.00 14.00 1 yr. 9600.00 80.00 176.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 issue—per inch 20 cents. I Issues—per inch 36 cents, t issues—per inch 60 cents. ft Tear each issue—per inch 10 cts. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE I ~1 GENERAL. OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITJES HtlMVllLB. I have a 24-inch :paper cutter for sale at a bargain. Been brok- en but repaired and is now ae strong aa ever, but I have put in a new and larger one and do not need it If you want a good cut- ter ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 December 1910

ON IMPROVED FARMS ;i§l| : I 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 Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges, W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Just Then Shopping We are Ready for the rush. Extra Salespeo- ple have been added to our regular force so as to properly wait on the great crowds from now until Xmas. We advise you to do your shopping as early in the month as convenient, for the nearer Xmas—the greater will be the crowds. Local and Personal. £>aaves &\0.00 SlYvi Dv esses wo\ Bring your hidaa wool and limwiT and set the highest cub price.—C. Feu. Mre. D. L. McDonald has re- turned from Gainesville, where •whew she has been visiting her daughter, Mm Lloyd Bowers. I 1 A wagon load of white china (cups and saucers and plates on special sale at Pittman's Jewelry store cheap. $j A hale of cotton in ...

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

Hps® *■ # ^jr"* *$ •- '■:'. • Jp •iiv m jaflrm ■aw yikM^ IE past few years has witnessed the de |«T^ velopment of a unique activity, the pur-0 pose of which is to satisfy public curlos- /rJSS\ 'ty r°sarding men and women who are | JHL \ prominent in one or another of the con- \ J splcuous walks of life. This particularly V y up-to-date vocation might be denominat- ed i..c "snap-shotting" of celebrities, which means the making of Instantaneous photographs of the people who are temporarily or permanently in the public eye and whose personal appearance Is conse- quently a matter of interest to the people of all parts of the country. Few newspaper readers who take delight In the mass of pictures spread nowadays over every print- ed page, ever stop to reflect what a comparatively ehort time ago it was that first saw such embellish- ment of the chronicle of the day's happenings. Most of our readers can doubtless remember distinctly the time when pictures were unknown In their favor- ite n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 December 1910

nfm «Nti3 ' step V WWjK ft - I r. / ' f ./ ^ «• <~> Ki «'!< i|5r For Benefit of Women who Suffer from Female Ills oils, Minn.—"I was a great rorn female troubles which caused a weakness and broken down condition of the system. I read so much of what Lydla E. Pinkliam's Veg- etable Compound had done for othei suffering women I felt sure it would help me, and I must say it did help ma wonderfully. My ' pains all left me, 1 r ew strpnger.and within three month* was a perfectly well woman. "I want this letter made public to show the benefit women may derive from Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound."—Mrs. JohnG. Moi.dan, 2116 Second St., North, Minneapolis, Minn. Thousands of unsolicited and genu, lne testimonials like the above prove the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound, which is made exclusively from roots and herbs. Women who suffer from those dis- tressing ills peculiar to theirsex should not lose sight of these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia E. P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 December 1910

\ < ^ w- / We are today unloading our 9th car of Buggies composed of the new 1911 styles. Let us show you the handsomest and most complete line be- tween Dallas and Houston. Guaranteed full wrought gear, top Buggies, with hickory wheels, for $65.00 and nobby runa- bouts for $50.00, and for oor higher grades we have the famous That have the finish of a $600 piano, are of the finest materials and workmanship and are noted for their easy riding and light running- two of the most important features to be considered in pur- chasing a buggy The above medium and high grade vehicles are the best values to be had for the money Your Friends, Jackson Bros. Company, Young Men Wanted To Prepare for TELEGRAPH SERVICE W, READ WHAT RAILROAD SUPERINTENDENTS WRITE US. H. HALL, SUPT. M. K. & T. R. a., Denison, Tex.—"We are E short on operators and have been (or some time. E. E. SHACKELFORD, SUPT. LA. WESTERN R. R., LaFayette, La. -- "Competent and experienced operators are always In demand In o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 December 1910

, X >' m ■■hx; k •' w, N Hi JPP!r'*®pjp!ifiB|[ ' P ; - -"■ ' ' i-i ]'■ L. 1 ' \r ffe j /f'f I" J ''VH yf r- i... - 1 -mi: - >■ " "h ii ■BHEi See J. Sandford Smith fur FIRE, SECOND SECTION—4 Page® E and TORNADO Insuram*, flexla, Texas. ■r- The Mexia Weekly Herald. Eleventh Year MEXIA, TEXAS, TUl'liSDAY, DEC. 1. 1910. 11.00 Par Jmt >V Court House [Notes COMMERCIAL SECRETARIES WEDDING BELLS. Groesbeek Journal. lowing is a summary of the re- Commissioners Opurt. port of The Texas' Commercial The clerk was authorized to ad- Secretaries Association hy I'resi- vertise for bids on eonviet labor (1..m j A .\rI1(>|,| delivered Kri- and eare of paupers for next year (|.n1 mi)l.„;n,, same to he o«nsidere<l <it the De- *|"11(. past year lias been a most Waco, Texas, Nov. 17.—The fol Miss Frances Gibbs United in camber term of court. SIICI essful one to tin- organization A release of Hie trust deed exe- ()ur {lti-tivitios have greatly in- dited by W. R. 1*aught and 1. K. and the...

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

fr; R Published Every Thursday. I. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $1.00. 81x Months 50 Three MonthSi ............ .25. Entered as second-class matter March I, 1908, at the postofflce at Mexia, ffjsxas, under the act of Congress of March S, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 Is. 4 to. 1 yr, I Page $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $600.00 ft " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 U " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. I Issue—per Inch 20 cents, t 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 WHY? If Lome merchants persist straight out in refusing to ad- vertise, what Avrong can there be in a paper's accepting foreign business? And further, why should they complain if the out- >^dc houses are patronized, seeing that the merchants themselves, in I have s 24-inch paper cutter for Bale at a bargain....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 December 1910

It I - li". ■■ .1 —1.! — HP1"f *WFfIS ##1 ;; ViP';4-5/ y-' fgg . ■ ■. ■ i>-' J Ml >^ . - ' :v ., :. . '.'. " •/-,;• '■ V. ' 1 1 ..-Jli A t '' todl wliio r!iicH| "K ft GRUT REMOVAL SALE STAR A Remarkable Sale of Seasonable Merchandise STAR 1 ANNIVERSARY SALE NEW, CLEAN, SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE NOW OFFERED AT A TERRIFIC SACRIFICE Aill'ERSARi' SALE PAUL NORMAN refill ■■•ftavMiniavtif. _ UA., uffffgiiiihtlitiifiitiiiiiiUtiSUMMiAlMSMl ["J -r ! ->,(' C'.-A&a*.-sU'. .. - 5Aiy_^ IALFu^ err 31~r- ESMI i~ N' i i i | HARGADI NT fl1 K ! T T P i c y ' p t. rrr X/ ■—4 1 : : ■ I ' I > ' - « E XI R A O R DI rs A R Y bARG AI /N v3 HARGADINE-M-KITTR iCK DRY GOODS CO. STAR A/NAI1VERSARY vSAI P ^*TteT • • i A _ * ' J.i'V ;_l, • 4*! ii* K-- 'If ill ,4JL^ . S . lt~" // oU'& hfh • fy' 'f V "j i fdSS]jJi£ $ v& - - $■ j^E§-^ 111 ^TT The great STAR ANNIVERSARY SALE recently held in St. Louis by the Hargadine=Mckit= 01 trick Dry Goods Company was the most wonderful bargain event in year...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 1 December 1910

w ■ T r ! m h 1 I i I V N ft i m It it w«U to (top a physical ail- ment at the first signs of its approach, and that is especially true of liver trouble, which can eventually give rise to so many serious complications. Many have liver trouble and imagine it is indigestion, and hence take the wrong remedy. When the liver does not store lip suf- flclent gastric juices It bucomes slavish, and In this way disturbs the stomach and bowels, with which it Is supposed to work in harmony. Then comes the sallow complexion, the pimply face, the dull pain in the forehead, the thinning of the blood, etc. A very quick and sensible way to stop the trouble as well as to cure It Is by the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which contains ingredient# especially Intended to promote the ac- tivity of the liver. Among the many thousands who have written the doctor about the results achieved with his remedy, and who ar® glad to make the facts public so that others can help themselves, are Mr Jas. Kennedy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 December 1910

r'$':' w FIRST SECTION—8 Pages Inauraawe, ftado, Ten*. ■ km Wm% m Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNA MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1910. 91.00 Par Tw AN ENTERTAINMENT. COLQUITT NAMED MANY AP POINTEES. YOUR CHRISTMAS MAIL The membership and attend- ance contest of the Philathea Class , of the Baptist Sunday School ended on the Sunday be- fore Thanksgiving, and on Satur- day afternoon of that week the losing side entertained at the home of Mrs. W. D. Hight in hon- or of the victors. It was a pleasure to the class to have present on this occasion the pastor and Dr. Beauchamp, who gave us a most interesting informal talk about Philathea work and methods. Austin, Texas, November 3.— According to his promise, Gover- nor-elect Colquitt gave out late this afternoon the following ap- pointments: Secretary of State, Charles C. McDonald of Kaufman county. Adjutant general, Henry Hut- citings of Travis county. Members of the governor's mil- itary staff with the rank of lieu- tenant colon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 December 1910

tiBSFm ' sjpir mmhRIT- * J. . •'>. ??■> :%?•' HERALD IliMl OMSK §£$5*4 : IIS Published every Thursday. N. P. HOVX. Editor and Proprietor. MEXIA, TEXAS WmW'. X X \ Above all, do not forget your ow Bl IRTH A HALF - "MOW, YEOU BE KEREFUL, YOUNG MAN" Codfish Is scarce and high, and a flabball trust Is suspected. In aome respects this has already an old-fashioned winter. COMMISSIONER KONU SUBMITS A REPORT PROFRESS All ALONG LINE And so far no one has Invented ■oft apot for aviators to fall on. ' The English courts have small use lor hypothetical questions or brain- storms. One thing is certain, there is plenty ef room for aviators to make high-fly- ing records in. The ideas of the weather clerk are excellent, but the stubborn climate will not adopt them. . The nervous wrecks in Newport are the grocers who cannot collect bills due from the 400. In football, as In politics you cannot always tell. The same is true of love and the stock markets, how- •nr. There are 61 active volcanoes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 December 1910

SiEPsB -y* V'^v-«5 -V <■$, V. ^•..•«W psp <"'r * V ;. 1 • •' Vl — Is Running This Store See What He Has To Offer I *~ v*r { 1 ■fll \ • V I • [ijh '« Pi I r i r; I v L' i- ■ Useful Xmas Gifts Handbags You just ought to see our line of "Handbags." they are beau- ties, and include all the latest novelties in leather and velvet. Prices range from 50c to $10.00. . Belts We have just received a very nobby} line of Ladies Belts in both novelties and plain effects. You should see the elastic belts in Persian effects—they're beauties Neckwear Our line of neckwear includes everything that's stylish for the neck: Laundred collars, lace collars, Jabots, Bows and Ruch- ings-all are to be had here. You are pretty sure to find what you want in neckwear here. Hosiery We always carry a very large line of Hosiery, but this season you will find oar assortment un- usually large and attractive. We've Silk Hose in white, blue, pink, old rose, and canary at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.98 the pair. We also h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 8 December 1910

ifeM. High Court Decides Rights of Jurors (ONE MAYAS WELL BE IN JAll. AS BE A JUROR/ Yours for uni- formity. Yours for great- est leavening power. Your* for revet failing results. Yours for purity. Yours for economy.. Yours for every- thing that goes to make up a strictly high grade, ever- dependable baking powder. ' That is Calnmet. Try It once and note the im- provement in your bak- ing. See how much more economical over the high- priced trust brands, how much better than the cheap and big-can kinds. Calumet is highest in quality —moderate in cost. Received Highest Award- World's Pure Food Exposition. WASHINGTON.—The Supreme court of the United States has decided a case which Involved the proper treatment of jurors. Because jurors had been permitted to separate and to read newspapers during a trial the court was asked to set aside the verdict. The case was a conviction for murder at military barracks In the state of Washington, where the Jury had been allowed to be present while c...

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