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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 February 1911

V A V a Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. l have arranged for weutern capital whereby 1 am enabled to make loans on Kt>al Rotate diiect to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by .me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. /VI. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas H A Local and Personal. The rainfall Saturday night amounted to 2.17. Pretty good soaking for the ground and. some left for stock water. Jhis was the hardest rain since last August. JM ns. 0. "A * K remedy is - having her front yard fetace moved back the required distance in view of having concrete walks both out nidi and inside of her yard laid down. Just wait and see Mexia when she is aLl dressed up, in- e.id< walks- new buildings, up-, to-date opera house—and many other things in prospect. Some- tli.ng to be proud of. The window at Anderson's Fur niture store is much decorated with rose and floral designs. R. T. Bell of Coolidgt spent Satur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 February 1911

T h-pt"""- * 'W^W!-^ ^ . - a-*-,— r-«• ,-t-~~~~. " *"* " r-'. I W*rl minwKU, - J$V; y ' '•* ' ', «5=E Klft WHERE IT WAS LACKING wm $ I She—You puckered up your lips s then that I thought you were going ti KISS me. He—No; I got some grit In mj mouth. She—Well, for goodness' sake swal- low it I You need It In your system! I I Ready With Proof. An earnest preacher In Georgia, who has a custom of telling the Lord all the news In his prayers, recently be- gan a petition 'for help against the progress of wickedness in his town with the statement: "O thou great Jehovah, crime Is on the Increase. It is becoming more prevalent dally. I can prove it to you by statistics."—Everybody's Magazine. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that It Bears the Signature of, In Use For Over 80 Years. The Kind You Have Always Bought. There's Many a Slip. "What is the name of the song the lady is singing?" " 'Meet Me in Heav...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 February 1911

HAPP Cmts Country Aghast at Opium Consumption fcVIL PPHILADELPHIA, Pa.—The recent raids on opium smugglers made In New York and other cities by fed- eral officers are preliminary to a na- tion-wide crusade by the authorities In Washington to check the ravages of the opium habit. Government statistics reveal that more opium is consumed In this coun- try per capita than In China. Four hundred thousand pounds of crude opium are imported annually and the raids show that vast quantities are smuggled. The population of the United States is ,91,000,000. The an- nual consumption of opium in China In all forms is 1,600,000 pounds. China's population Is more than four hundred million. One of the largest Importers of opium In the United States called the attention of the National Civic Feder- ation to the frightful growth of the evil. "The figures speak for them- selves," he said in an address on the subject at a banquet of druggists in Philadelphia. "Unless an effective check is put on the op...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 February 1911

II kJ 8 tXmSftm ^ *v <: if®;:: ' ■■ ■AN BEAUTY CORSETS . « • n you pur- Ctl— • oor «t you wwt om that hoa STYLE It to •qually im- portant that the MUM corset be COMFORTABLE and if you can al- so have one that WEARS WELL and that corset can be bought at a REASONABLE PRICE ONE DOLLAR UP you have all the requisttes of a splendid corset. AMERICAN BBAOTY CORSETS have every one of these excel- lent f^atufea and many more. Every improvement as exacted by fashion is combined in these dainty garments For Sale by ft. E. HICKMAN, Mexia, Texas Free Remedy For Weak Bowels There are two forms of bodily cleanliness, the external and the in- ternal. The one is for your pride in yourself; the other for your life and health. Both are important, but of vastly more importance in the long run is the internal cleanliness. This is one point that all should watch about their body— tho cleanliness of the bowels. Keep them clean and free from obstructions. To do this you must have one or two movements of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 March 1911

2>ee J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant, ne*ia> Itxat*. I \ v TV > The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1911. fl.00 Per Femr COURT HOUSE NEWS SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. From Groesheck Journal. Commissioners Court. The petition of J. A. Aiiisuu for it reduction in the valuatios at liis land from $5.00 to $3.0C per acre for years 1904 to 1909 wxs granted. The Tax collector was ordered to refund W. A. Griffin $1.75, poll tax erroreously collected. The officers having papers in the Grand Jury room were order- ed to separate them and have the janitor remove them to the new store room in court house yard. That the Lessee of the county convicts file his report on or be- fore the first day of each regu- lar term of the court. The ex-offico salary of officers was fixed as heretofore. Ordered that the entire compen nation of the County Treasurer shall not exceed $75.00 per month The petition of J. L. Magee f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 March 1911

■EawyS E*?'' ■|;v. 1- ;.„5* . - THE HERALD i:. Published Every Houx, Editor i Thursday, ind Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $1.00. 81x Mouths BO Three Months 25. A- —* ——■ Dbtered aa second-class matter March I, 1908, at the postoftlce at Mexia, tolas, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES , 1 issue 1 Is. 4 la. 1 yr. i Page $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 % " 7.50 13.00 S4.00 30.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per Inch 20 cents. I Issues—per Inch 35 cents. t Issues—per inch 60 cents. THIS PAfER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE gressional district is composde of Navarro, Freestone, Limestone, Falls, and McLennan. That was the most unkimlest cut of all. With Henry and Hardy fighting for the distrlcit what chance would the country count havct ever .And now they are talking of making T. J. Freeman of Texas president of Missouri Pacific in place of George Gould. You can't keep a Texican down. A quarter of a century...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 March 1911

V / ' • !ia| Local and Personal. Mrs. Fred Neal and; little daughter, Qatheriue of Enuis re- turned Tuesday to their home af- ter a visit with her parents, Mr. aiwi Mrs. H. R. Parker. Miss Ida Lee Carlisle of Piano, who has been visiting her cousin, Miss LuiciJIe Dunlap returned to her home Tuesday after a visit of .several days. Miss .Johnnie Stroud of Hub- bard City has departed after an enjoyable visit ith Miss Irene McLendon. •■/" Mr. and Mrs. William S. Off- ensby of Hearne, have made Mexia their future home. ^nmilv living near W. W. Shipman, three miles soutl of town happened - to a serious accident. Three little children were attempting to build a fire with oil when the oil caught on Fire burning one little child to death and badly burning the oth- er two . Mrs. F. H. Simpson of Bloom- ing Grove is visiting J. I. Riddle iJid family. - \ • Rev. Buchanan will be assist- ed in the Revival Meeting, which begins in March by J. T. Currey^ of San Antonio. Bro. E. R. Stan- ford of Bl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 March 1911

. .v • >:■, : i r • \ , i7'* v:;' THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oue Year, Bix Months Three Months, Jb&tered as second I, 1908, at the pc Texas, under the act March 3, 1879. $1.00. BO 25. „ i I ls8 matter March office at Mexia, jf Congress of autoists being arrested aad locked up uk spices. If those greasers can't tell the difference between a bridal party and the insurrectos it is about time that Uncle Sam step in and take a hand and hat, teacli them u le>soi will not forget befor< ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 is. 4 la. _ 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 *4^.00 $600.00 ^ •' 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 •%, " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Pago. 1 issue—per inch 20 cents. 2 Issues—per inch 35 cents. 4 issues—per inch 50 cents. Quanah Parker, tne old chief of the Comanehes, is dead. And now he is a good Indian. o And there is going to be an extra session of congress to con- vene April 4th. But Uncle Joe will n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 March 1911

A i V - /K Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby 1 am enabled to make loana 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. At. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal, T\fl , -Toean Tlpnninw in visitine her sister, Mrs. S. S. Bruce of Trenton. The family of John Iley made their old home, Waxahaehie, a visit Saturday. Don't fail to 6oee the new im- roved Duchess Corn and Cotton Biding Planter. Made by the Moline Plow Co., at Jackson Brofs. Co. Little Emma Reynolds is quite sick. Mrs. Samuel Price Denning of Roswell, N. M., who-has been visiting her sisters, Mrs. Jesse Denning and Mrs. R. J. Elling- left Saturday for a visit, at Tren- ton and Mineral "Weils, after which she will return hoiye. W. 0. Oolwell haj>p«-n< (1 to quite an accident Friday. The cause was a new horse recently purchased....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 March 1911

in 1 , v ■ vj^m g / REV. L. D. BASS. Wc what,, the Nile ,wtw to 'the Figyp- tians, a source of national pride uihi delight, a never-ending themt of song aiul story for its legends and memories more than two thousand years. ^ Belgium, France, Paris and London, contain too mauy places of special interest to even men- tion, Warwick, Stratt'ord-on- Avon, and Cheater will be visited H , IV i.n their way' to Liverpool, where they are to take that magnificent new steamer, "The Frauconia, afternoon, the finest vessel sailing into Bos- larger and faster than "The WOMANS MISSION UNION INSTITUTE Tuesday. Despite most inclement weather a good audience listened to tfte opening program, of the Womans Mission Union Institute of Lime- stone and Freestone counties at the First Baptist church Tuesday ton, Ivernio," or "The Saxonia," of the Canard line. ^ This party travels second cabin for the fares on this boat vary according to position of room® ?.nd nf occupalnts agreed upon for same. All passenge...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 March 1911

■ It was Reserved this week for one of our Mer- chants but he Could not get his copy ready in time. Just think of what he missed HUNDREDS WILL READ IT And they would have read his ad. Take the hint Mr. Merchant and start an Advertising Campaign s ■ Mlfeai ' • . 'K •' v ■ . ■, 'v m.m; i i

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 2 March 1911

fr v. R* I I ■Pi'. iRICAN BEACTI CORSETS When you pur- ohase a corset you want one that has STYLE It ts equally Im- portant that the same corset be COMFORTABLE and if you can al- so have one that WEARS WELL and that corset can be bought at a | REASONABLE PRICE ' ONE DOLLAR UP you have all the requisites of a V i; • splendid corset. "r AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS have every one of these excel- lent features and many more. Every improvement as exacted by fashion Is combined in these dainty garments For Sale by R. E. HICKMAK, Mexia, Texas reels Free Liver Remedy It is well to stop 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 up suf- ficient gastric Juices it becomes sluggish, and in this way disturbs the stomach and bowels, with which it Is supposed to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 March 1911

See J. Sandford Smith fur FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurawve, riMla, (cub. ■ 1 'i'.1 11 i , — « • — 'wf 'i ■■ 1■' i i i 11 ■ . —_______________ The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Year. MEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1911. $1.00 Per ft m 1 I J . m i. iy THE GREATEST YET THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL CON- VENTION SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS, TO CON- VENE MARCH 9-13, 9 ■ I To the Sunday School Army of Texas:— The last line has been written, the last letters are being mailed, the. finishing touches on the pro- gram, and the detail work of afl committees are complete, for th$ mighty gathering of Sunday School forces ofi Texas, which vyvjlL convene at Fort Worth, Thursday, March 9, to Monday, March 13. The main sessions of the Con- vention are to be held in the Fipsi Methodist church, and the overflow and conference meetings will he held in the First Baptist, First Christian, Taylor Street Presbyterian and Saint Paul's Methodist churches. ., The largest number of noted world specialists and trained ex- ' p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 March 1911

I II ., ■ MS.. .s.-; THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $1.00. Six Months -BO Three Months 26. Itotured us second-class matter March 1908. at the postoftice at Moxta, Texan, under the act of Congress of March 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES I Issue 2 1b. 4 1b. 1 JT. t Page $12.00 $22.00 tl/j.OO $600.00 7.50 13.00 24.00 80.00 K " 4.60 7.60 14.00 176.00 Less Than One uaQrter Pace. 1 laeue—per Inch 20 cents. • a—nar inch 86 cents. 4 Issues—per Inch 60 cents. Secretary Ballinger has resign- ed from the cabinet and Walter Fisher of Chicago has been nam- ed as his successor. o — Congress adjourned at noon last Saturday and the president announced that an extra session ■will convene on April 4th. o- Flow would it dp to turn Texas University into a military school and teach the young idea how to shoot and when to shoot?—Dal- las News. It appears that at least one stu- dent at the University already knows how to shoot and when to s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 March 1911

V A V a \/ / Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. huve arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Keal Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges, W. 1YI. WHITE, Lawyer Alexia, Texas 1 Local and Personal. G. W. Latham, carrier of Route No. 1, is out again after a severe ecige of la grippe that'kept him in bed for several weeks. E. L. Hill ias jpist received his new soda-fountain. It is a swell new article of a plain drak fin- ish set Off by the pretty white lights and bandsotoe coloring*. When lighted up it will be a brilliant affair and! - Meiia ic proud of iiaproVement in any line. ' Have your repairing done by Roller's watch maker. All woHfe guaranteed. Pa and Ma Ezell have a larjje girl at their house, ana the girl are doing well. very Ma itiss Mattie Gray has returned from St. Louis with, all of tier Spring Mill in fry. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 March 1911

AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS Whan you pur- chase a corsat you want ona that has STYLE It is equally im- portant that the same corset be comfortable and If you can al- so have one that wears well and that corset can be bought at a ) REASONABLE PRICE A COWBOY AT COLLEGE Lata one afternoon on the 21st day of September, a few years ago, there came into the office ol the Secretary of the University a nuin in cowboy dress,—flannel shirt, trousers stuffed ift high bjute, wide brimmed Stetson hat, and a colored handkerchief knot- ted about his throat. He present- ed credentials which admitted him to the University of Texas, and in the conversation that en- sued it developed that the young j man had ridden horseback all the way from the Panhandle of Texap—more than 600 miles—and that his horse was at thai Lime tied to one of the trees in front of the Main building. "When did you start on the trip?" asked the Secretary. "On the first," the would-be student laconically replied. "Did you ride horseb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 March 1911

*.m y. ...v ry t ? ' fitate Lrt>tary See J. Sand ford jSiint&i for Fikfci, LIFE and TORNADO fnsura***:, fle*ia, Te&as. The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Year, MEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1911. «LM tm 7« I societycolumn MISS TIIELMA ILEY. Society Editor, Phone 206." ■j ■ I I, ■">**' I m The "Never lose an opportunity of seeing anything that is beauitful. W eieofiTe it ill BVCIJ fair focc, iii every fair sky, in every fair flower and be thankful for it as a cup of blessing.—Emerson. The yearly trophy, a Sterling silver Bridge pencil and chain was presented at the last meeting of the Monday Bridge Club to Mrs. Joseph Nussbaum, highest winner. v ■ -.h,— : j 'J • . f- v • .-• •• BRIDGE LUNCHEON. ; • Mrs. Dick. Jackson-charmingly entertained ' Mrs. George Berg- eron and Miss Bernardine Frank of Marlin at a Bridge Incheon Tuesday. After a series of excit- ing games Mrs. Jackson invited the guests . into her beautifully decorated dining room, where a most delicious lunche...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 March 1911

< ^ ,4 p .'V mm THE HERALD Published Evtry Thursday. N. P. Houk, Editor and Proprietor. subscription rates. One Yew, $1.00. Six Months &0 Three Mod the 26- iSit«rwi as aecohd-olasB matter March I, 1908, at the poBtoffice at Mexia, tPexae, under the act of Congress of March 3. 1879. blerus, banners and rituals in that state. This ought to be done in other states, for the order of Knights of Pythias was founded by white men for white men. o Tedy has been doing Texas this week and has been given a royal reception everywhere he I stopped. The soldiers greeted liven critics of Senator Bailey, who disagree with him on public matters, can not withhold from him the honors of the intellect- ual leadership of his party in congress. No matter who i.s chairman of the senate caucus, when the big things happen and [the crucial moments arrive, ev- ! ery eve turns to Bailey. Even IDLE THOUGHTS. by the Society Editor. It will soon be time for the Tennis players to get to work. Some, girls, wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 March 1911

\ •i i' t x ICTRESS LEFT- STRANDED Miss Bertha Dodge, of Pine lluff, Ark., wko recently joined ie Demorest Comedy company, ow playing in .Mexia, was dis- larged after the performance of onday night, on the grounds of competency, and not having icn with the company long tough to receive any pay, it ft her stranded, and she appeal- I to members of the local Wood- en Camp, stating that her fatli- was a Woodman. .Some of Hie Woodmen, togethe th City Marshal Colwell, took i a donation for her and II iflif hoi* o ticket house 3ndl slic 't Tuesday afternoon for Pine Off, full of gratitude for the ends who assisted her. Parties who saw the show Mon- y uight sfiy that Miss Dodge s about as good as any other imber of the company. We understand that a member the company at the perform- fe last night made an explana- q to 1 he audience and rceeived horse langh from the small lience. ■fernhers of the company say was unnecessary for the lady ask for assistance in order to home, as any member of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 March 1911

'■A ; .f A MILLION PER SECOND George Westinghouse Tells Electrical Wa^es and Wireless Trans- of THE PREVENTION Of FIRE mission. "It ma,, interest you to know that tiie frequency of the electri- cal waves sent out by some fortius of wireless transmitters approach es a million per second, said George Westinghouse in a recent address at Atlanta. "By au in- crease in the amplitude of thest vibrations or by a more sensitive receiver, the distance^over which these waves (they undoubtedly exteud to an infinite distance) may be recorded, can be greatly increased. "In an experiment made by Dr Peter Cooper Wewitt, with powerfid vneless transmission ap paratus, including a mercury va- por interrupter, it was found that the effect of the high-frequency discharge upon the iron in the building occupied, such as water and heater pipes, quickly produc- ed ineipent fires within the room whore the apparatus was erected, thus demonstrating the wonder ful power' of this incomprehensi- ble force and sug...

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