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

*>£ f.if ,,.. ■})? Yf$: ■w. ■ P. 23* See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE Snd TORNADO Insura***, Heula, Texas. • • . The Mexia Weekly Herald. Eleventh Tear MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 22, 1910. 11.00 F«r Teas in ;j> ^ IV "&yc\.&S We wish our Friends and Pat- rons, one and all "A Merry Xmas" and many equally bright and happy days to follow. We will be open evenings until eleven o'clock, Friday and Sat- day to accommodate iate Xmas Shoppers. As Xmas comes on Sunday this year we will be closed Monday December the 26th. 1 % U fflPlfpfllli IK"TTTT't MIVK J A MERRY CHISTMAS -AND- A HAPPY NEW YEAR -TO ALL- As the old year is drawing to a close, we take pleasure in thanking all our friends, and customers for the liberal patronage given us during the past year. We also as- sure all that we shall endeavor duriug the coming year to live up to the same stand- ard of right and fair dealing, that we have been endeavoring to practice during the past year. We extend best wishes for a...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 December 1910

■BBraBBSfflaft ,, ( ; *: .ft '•- ■jgBfgp-. AMM: t #;, f(l, ■. t'«^v*Jp^P",." '■ '• r. ., s ■:'?7? i? ^^!J;S",Vi,[... .S' •;■' 3^™ SCHOONER WAS ABANDONED THE HERALD ;v,:v ■ m* —— Published every Thursday. N. P. MOUX. editor and Proprietor. MEXIA, *s TEXAS = 10 DEAD; 125 HURT IN BIG EXPLOSION AS CHRISTMAS APPROACHES Circumstances and lawyers alter , Anyway, the unwritten law seems to UTt a lot written about It UWe arc a good deal happier because a lot of things we don't know. Without the shedding of blood there •aems to be no way of conquering the «dr. Brag about a girl to her female |frlends If you would discover her fault IN THE HEART OF NEW YORK CITY. PROPERTY LOSS IS IMMENSE Windows Broken for Many Blocks.. Street Car Bcdlly Hurled Upwards. lilts. The Seine seems to have acquired fth« Ohio river habit In getting over Ibanks. If you can't get what you want why idon't you quit wanting it? It Is merely a state of mind. [I |.< £ When the doctor tells a man to diet, ie patient proce...

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

jfll, inlillji' ' - I,Hi if*, tel\ k 1 L t u It r. y id It Or id 18 ih in m mm fv' >1 \jL — TAX NEAR $6,000,000 FOR YEAR OF 1910 NET INCREA8E IN VALUATION CLOSE TO $80,000,000. STATE DEVELOPMENT INDEX ftevised Property Value* Reach $2r 600,324, According to Con- troller. ""Austin, Texas: The Controller has prepared a table which shows that the total taxes assessed for 1910 amount to $5,927,000.10. Of this amount $956,508.10 is the State ad va- ItA-em tax, $3,981,047.07 tho State Bchool tax,. $328,338 the State revenue poll and $659,206 the school poll tax. On tho regular tax rolls of organ- ized counties for 1910 $955,449.01 is assessed as ad valorem taxes, $3,578,- 069.34 as State school taxes, $329,338 as State revenue poll taxes and $659,- 206 as school poll taxes, making a total of $5,922,062,35. On tihe tax rolls of lowlier years $140.79 is as- sessed for ad valorem and $1,354.84 for school taxes, making a total of fl ,795.62. On property assessed by the Controller in unorga...

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

sH . .. f .. ">. V . \ V • '. 'V' i-*.> •■•jy^f/'-.j • n .V- ll®|i N t jr. /.j n&fct M. Kvmv thmwoy. P. HtWi tdttor «n4 PnptUfr. •UMCRIPTION It ATM. w-00- 0is Ui .60 ThrM Month* J6- J, _ ' In the famous Hattie LeBltnc trial in Cambridge, Mass., the jury returned a verdict of not guilty, and the crowd cheered the announcement, showing plainly that they thought the girl was innocent of the charge of mur- der. ■Btarcd a> aecoad-oUM March t, IMS. at the poatottlce at Mexta. uader the act at Concreea of March . W9. ADVERTISING RATE* S li. 4 la. 1 yr. I Page 112.00 $21.00 WjM 1600.00 •• 7.BO 1S.00 14.00 80.00 \i " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Leu Than One uaQrter Page. 1 lMUtf—per Inch 20 cents. I Issues—per Inch 35 cents. 4 issues—per Inch 50 cents. 1 Tear each Issue—per Inch 10 cts. LITTLE JEANETTE IS GONE. Doatk has invaded our family circle and carried from us our only grandchild, sweet little Jeanette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McDavid of Lancaster Texas, aged 18 months. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 December 1910

-r* L #t«w<hat. a if J 4UMt|HUH leney to oan ON mPRfiVED FARMS *S LIEU NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. . 'vV't! ini have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate dfeect: to borrowers. Inspec- tlMa made by me artd loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. M^WHITE. Lawyer JVlexia. Texas At the meeting of the Lime* atone County Medical association Friday night at the Woodmen hall the following officers were elected for the ensuing term: Dr. T. F. Oates, president; Dr. Marion Brown, vice president; Dr. Rawls, secretary and treasur- er; Dr. Brooks, censor; Dr. R. B. Jackson, delegate to state conven- tion; Dr. Ezell, alternate dele- gate. LocaVand Personal. A select audience witnessed the entertainment at the Philo club rooms last night and all en- joyed the splendid entertain- ment. C. E. Petty returned Saturday night from a business trip in South Texas. Don't fail to see Roller's new jewelry stock. He has a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 December 1910

I 1 I \ V r r i ■ ,1.1.1 i . if.'-/. .V r.'il HM| .——— • ; ■7W ff INSPIRATION. _____ • , There were sounds Ot some one tramping over tin. "Billy," called the wife of the popu- lar author, "BUly, there is a burglar ontha roof." "Burglar on the roofT" repeated her husband, aB he Jumped out of bed. "Quick, Lucy, my pen and paper." "What are you going to write, BUly? -Don't you think you had better take your revolver and shoot the burglar?" "Not until 1 run off a chapter enti- tled: 'Artless Archibald, the Aerial Appropriator.' Ten chances to one that burglar came in an airship, as there is no other way of getting on the roof. Business before pleasure, Lucy." National Shortsightedness. "In this country," said the sociolo- gist, "everything possible Is done to ■discourage people from marrying." "How so?" inquired one of the lis- teners. • "You have to buy the marriage li- cense, fee the preacher, the boys give jyou what they call a 'shivaree,' your Ifriends throw old shoes at you, the ne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 December 1910

The Ph .th« pop ITIgain« ust as a ee Sample Aids OM Men udden change from years of —>f both body and mind to I iru of later years causes the ■ ^ Jem to undergo many AND EXTENl'i-f which is in the di- „„„ armnt-rf I"' t&'S! whereby I ,„.k. >««™ « * > ®JSRSJS,5SS diu'd to borrowers. l"- P <^ea It ls flrgt tions made by me and op£ bowels, open closed at Mexia without del* Satisfactory rates .vit 1 payment privileges. /' do the work l\\ WHITE, .LaN*^r'ment-- o their work tic or purga- IWexia, Texas in tied i at ly shre\\sute;^:ai and Perso lie dov head td ier gfoot-ont. Will UnWA°me rof not card ire satist) bring lerate sq tin the / :ions, > waters of ome convinced y good at best, yrup Pepsin, a sting laxative adapted to the Die. women and jtive enough for who has handled arter of a cen- le for fifty cents li is want to make Anita 1 J' Aiding any money ft ■.ri, n<l:imidre3a to Dr. Cald- an aft el 1 Jgend you a aainpio wit-ll i'l'i' Ddly displacing all Ration for th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 December 1910

Ipp ,M^W**§i2 •• wj£$3$ ••;. /, ^V &■ V'Vs*-<)i -' •'v Odd News From Big Cities Stories of Strange Happenings in the Metropolitan Towns [Gotham Spends a Billion for Gifts BW York.—That $1,000,000,000, or >n amount equal to the annual ex- of the national government, been spent hero this year to fill lier Knickerbocker's 5,000,000 Christmas stockings and those of rei- ves and friends of residents in his pomain is the estimate of experts who it© carefully followed one of the aost remarkable holiday seasons in history of the country. Reports from other parts of the country reflect similar conditions and Indicate a holiday business of $10,- 000,000,000 or more for the country _at large. In spite of the alleged un- atl^factory business situation, Santa I^Claus has been patronized in a most f lavish manner this year. Even in this billion-dollar Christmas "•Utlay, however, the much-talked-of Increased cost of living has had a marked effect Presents in the form of luxuries are fewe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 December 1910

BBS? KfWffll ■ r" -\jr~ ■■mi | P a) inn\ .tht le f toioan MPROVED FARMS Ik. • 3 ASI th« popj Mne 7 cro) P1| S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT / AND EXTENDED. < 'have arranged for western ,.) capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Keal Estate diiect to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and lopns closed at iMexia I ->ut delay. Satisfactory rail (th pre- payment privile^ Lawyer n ned i " _• . #1#' Mexia, Texas |y shrevCuJical and Personal. lie dov - ier gfooc^J "a Auita Park Jr* i;'fur;u'd •|| uofi an after spending the hol- wiu un Am* with friends he -e and at M not carda 14 ire satisl icrate s< [in the :ions, rvinca.0 _1 o: elf' ' |os/' Bring and your hides wool eesw-ut and get the highest cash price. -0. i'eia. DIED.—Clarence Means died Sunday night at 8 oelock at the home of his parents in this city afte,r a lingering illness, which he stood with christian fortitude throughout several years. He was laid away in the city ceme- tery Monday afternoon. We extend sincere, sympathy a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 December 1910

ss SECONDARY CITIES IN STATE OF TEXAS 1/ —<— rORTY TEXAS TOWN8 EXCEED 5000 POPULATION. IE OVER 10,000 Mark During Past lYears. bie municipalities in ppulation in excess thirteen in num- Bt ten years, there Iwenty-seven in 1900, Son statistics of the issued by the Cen- I forty in 1910. Two (ch in 1900 had over decreased in popu- appear in the pres- were Bonham and other municipalities liulation during the de- Pere Galveston with a !>rsicana with 436 and ii 250. (cities having in excess Ibitants, five showed a ate of increase, being ^Vorth with a 174.7 per El Paso with 146.9 per Das with 116 per cent, [municipalities each hav- |s of 5000 population con- ly about one-third of the ease of 847,842. &n municipalities increased BTr population in excess of 5000 dur- ing the decade, but the loss of two makes the net increase only 13. Of one tljese jumped into the 10,000-15,000 class, four into the 8000-10,000 class, four into the 6000-8000 class and six into the 5000 class. The fol...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 December 1910

IB 1 1 "■*.'-?: "■■'■ Ste""*®P$$ = i • < ' ' < , Physical Bigness of Uncle Sam lue.WA, ASHINf -How many Atner- tbe huge bulk of j of their country. In the . „ ^jjthe popul IC riosame senso that coal is heavy or the Jiay crop la immense in cubic feet? jhut as a matter of physical bigness, _ a great nation, not in posses- LII n6(1 I ut In people. ten any t hfv Tlr lean/ wpul ) sensft sp£ nne I _I. of the inhabitants of the JV STk IC"3tates, grownups and children, lie down in a long line, one head touching the feet of the ler ffOOl'ont, there would be about mes of such a human chain. ... un American stood up to be i . a > long row of men, fOT flOt Ccli'J children, even if they . . r«ose together that they oc- ire saiisi} a foot and a half apiece. . -uld be more than 25,000 SOP It would girdle the earth I in the st<* the 93,000,000 people in • • *rr « >?tates- young and old, JOnS, V 'Ad babies, at 100 pounds [>.. • , the American nation weighs |\V jlnC",000 tons. That ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 22 December 1910

w the tiiit later years causes the human system to undergo many change*, chief of which it In the di- gestive organs. It becomes harder end harder to get the bowela to move promptly and regularly end In consequence many elderly men suf- fer not only from the basic touble. con- ■tlpatlon, bat from indigestion, headache, 1*1 belching, sour stomach, drowsiness alter eating and similar annoyances. It Is flrst of all necessary to keep the bowels open •nd then to tone the digestive muscles so •s to get them to again do their work naturally. A violent cathartic or purga- tive is not only unnecessary but harm- ful. and something mild will do the work just as well. After you have got through experiment- ing with salts and pills and waters of various kinds, and have become convinced that they do only temporary good at best, then try Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, a mild, gentle, pleasant-tasting laxative tonic that is especially adapted to the requirements of old people, women and children, and...

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

!w. ML I NUSSBAUM'S Extra Specials ii & For June Fancy Parasols. 100— Fancy Embroidery white Parasols that range in price from $3.50 to $7.50. As long as they last at 98c 5c Percals 1000 yards of 36 inch Pecals in black and white. Regular 10 and 12 l-2c sellers, as long as they last at 5c MDe \vav>6 u\ sYocV a CompYeAe, 2>Ywe ^wavVs S\xYY Cases a^A. '2)Ta'oe,Vv,!vq "Ra^s. 'iYvtse aYY qo aY a "KeAuced "Pt'vcc. Good yard wide unbleached Domestic reg= ular 10c grade at 6 l=2c 10=4 Pepperell Sheeting bleached, at the yard 28c Good 36=inch bleached Domestic, specialy | priced at 7 l=2c One lot Remnants at less than 1=2 wholesale cost. oxv SWVs One lot of Silk in all shades, a pretty soft silk, that will make nice summer dresses. This Silk formerly sold at 49c to close 07lp out we offer it at fc I *11 One lot Chiffon Ideal Faille in blue, brown, green, grey, tan, cham- pagne, white and Black. This lot of Silks sold at 65c, we QQp offer them now at.. WWW One lot Fancy Foulard Sil...

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

r i'M i * 'EAT JUNE SALE NUSSBAUM'S — and Summer Goods mnounces an event of this kind fcthe people know from past ex- lues exactly as advertised. The le rpost remarkable in the histo- speak about this at length ex- inned for the next few weeks are shrewd shopper to our store. «,Vl' ler goods we have set aside all will undoubtedly move every- fof not carrying over any of these ire satisfied this sale will come ierate some or the extraordina= |in the store be without a reduc= :ioris, you will find our stock very rince you. White Wash Goods Linen, Linen Lawns, and Linen Sheeting A White Cambric Linen for shirt waist suits, an excellent value QCp at 35c yard, priced at / Ju Bleach Butcher Linen 36 inches wide, just the Linen for skirts I Qp orv making scarfs this Linen sold at 69c, priced now at A no. 1 Cambric Linen pretty smooth finish, ^38" inches wide 4 On and Sold regular at 65c yard, priced now " T'Ou will give for each purchase of Bronze $4.00 Clocks Linen Sheeting 10-4 wide and ...

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

w m 'V audience heard Dr. at the Baptist church Sun- it both services. In the even he took for his subject, "The ent," and said in part: God does all he can to save j>®u. He wishes your salvation uses all available powers to Moure it. To say that he does n?t,.t<£jpMr that he uses only part of the power at his command, is maMl God responsible for man's damnation. God can't create a sin- .ner. Nor can God compel! you >to sin. Neither can he force you to. repent. Laugh at religion now! scoff at Christ now,—now that the angels are gathering for the judgment; . now that the trumpet sounds ex- • eeedingly loud and long, now that the heavens are red with fire that the great furnace of hell o'erleaps its boundary, and is about to encircle thee in its flame —now despise religion! Ah, no! I see thee. Now thy stiff knees are bending; now thy bold fore escape. The king descending, ten thousand angels ranked on each side, the great white throne, the Son of God ploughing the graves, the ...

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

ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. ' have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to ra ke 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 MARRIED.—At the home of the bride on Ross Avenue Tues- day night, Mr. T. B Chatham and Miss Lamar Ross were joined to- gether in the holy bonds of mat- rimony, Rev. W. S. Red, of Aus- tin, tieing the knot, in the pres- ence of a large company of rel- atives and friends. The happy couple left on the midnight Cen- tral train for a tour of Old Mex- ico, to be gone about ten days, after which they will be at hoiiV in Mexia. I wM Local and Personal. Jno. Street returned from Dal- las, where he has been taking a course in a business college. CH W. P. Brooks and wife have re- turned to Teague. Mr. Brooks has been working on several ca- bles for the telephone company that the light...

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

- / ! 'vMKVMs .-'4' .«! '' A Selling Event of Unusual Interest 7 Days==of Unprecedented Value Giving—7 Days i EXTRA SPECIAL Special lot of Lace Jabots and Laundered collars, regular 20c values go at 12 l-2c Commencing Saturday May 21, we inaugurate the biggest selling event of the season. A Sale of Brand New Seasonable Merchandise—the very kind that you need now and will need for the next 5 months. A sale of this kind on new, seasonable merchandise is unusual, as you know—but, this has been an unusual season—the weather has been the coldest ever known and consequently stocks of the lighter fabrics are unnecce sarily heavy. Those who have de- layed their purchases until now will find this a grand opportutity to supply their needs at tremendous savings. EXTRA SPECIAL 250 yards India Lawn— 40 inches wide—beauti- ful quality—regular 20c value at the yard 12 1=2 c 2i Bfefe .WarnmtuJKHBt 1 V r- All Silk Dresses 1=2 Price. Think what this means—here it is just May and we offer you your unr...

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

A lave Mm Me ui Rim Sispect it !v-f; as®- & ■K Sow To VM Oat. Fill a bottle or common glass with your iter «nd let it stand twenty-four boars; a brick dust sedi- ment,or settling, stringy or milky appearance often indicates an un- healthy condi- tion of the kid- neys; too fre- quent desire to pass it or pain in Hi* back are also symptoms that tell you the kidneys and bladder are out of order, and need attention. what To Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, fulfills almost every wish in correcting rheumatism, paiu in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. Corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne- cessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It sta...

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

« i 'M?-- .V 1 : a $$$$•&' W ON IMPROVED FARMS •S LIEN MOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. :mw 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- Iv i [ v'' payment privileges. '• W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Local and Personal. The Odd Fellows met Monday night and elected the old offic- ers for another term. They are W. M. White, N. G.; A. D. Mc- Donald, Y. G.; J. W. Adams, Secretary; John G. Phillips, Treasurer, Bring your hides wool and beeswax and get the highest cash price.—0. Felz. John Groover, Harvey Bennett. Geo. E. Petty, Hiram Sterling, S. S. Cox, Herman and Louie Nuss- baum with Bob Travis as cook, left for the Trinity conntry on a fishing expedition. Another . party composed of younger men ^also left but we could not secure \ ^.U of the names. Largest Lockets and Long j Chains and latest styles in new Hatpins and Belt Pins...

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

fM , -r* i AH* I i There to t Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. prevailing in thii ib because o decep- tive. Many sudden deaths are canted by it—heart dis- ease, pneumonia, heart failure or apoplexy are often the remit of kid- ney disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to advance the kidney-poison ^ ed blood will at- tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of the bladder, brick-dust or sediment in the nrine, head ache, back ache, lam* back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervous- ness, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained Quickest by a proper treatment of the kid- neys. Swamp-Root corrects inability to bold urine and scalding pain in passing it, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and immediate effect of SWamp-Root, the great kidney remedy in soon re...

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