The State Herald (Mexia, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, February 14, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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i See J. Sandforu Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance, Mexia, Texa§
MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1002,
Groceries, farm implements
I and Cotton,! Waco. lex,
The buying of GROCERIES in large quanti-
ties for Cash enables us to make Prices that de-
People should investigate And see that they
i get the valvuc for their money.
'Send for a price list and compare with ihe
prices you are paying and you will he convinced.
One that can manage his own
business successfully, and that
will eee that every cent of our
road and bridge fund is justly
and judiciously expended. We
have one such man in mind and
have good reasons to believe that
wo can voice the sentiments of
the Armour, Yarbroville, and
Tehuacana, by asending to the
bellfry of Trinity University and
proclaiming to Joe Peoples in
thunder tones "thou ait the
man." Be it well understood
that Mr. Peeples has not offered
for the office. That he is quali-
fied goes without saying, ard we
think that the unanimous support
of the voters of precinct i
induce him to serve in this
acity. What does Mexia
Will you have him for our
1, W. fc,
preached to a small but attentive
congregation last Monday night.
Mr. Thornton, an old resident
of this community, has a severe
attack of Pneumonia.
Mr. ,1. 8. Aberr.uthy has
suffering from the effects
grippe the last few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Vess Oladish
spent Sundry ai Mr. Rado
Mr. Ben I lane
munity, has ,no< . -
Mr. (). (i. Davi
a nice four acre,
truck patch for th
Headquarters Joe Johnston Camp
No, 94, U, C. V.
Mexia, Tex., Feb. 1, 11)02.
The cold weather continues
and our farmers are busy plant-
ing their spring oats.
Our Oversees put iu tlie great-
er part of last week working their
Health of the community is
J.I). Frazer went to Mexia
Messrs S. B. Ilerring and L.
H. Frazer Sundayed at Delia.
Mr. and Mrs. M. 1. Mathews
have a new boy mother and
' bal e doing well.
From appearances, \\ . F. is
in the midest of "Cupids dream''
and if you hear the wedding bells
ringing you need not be suprised.
Mow we do not propose to dic-
tate for the public yet we see no
harm in offering a suggestion,
and should it fail to meet the
approbation of the public 1 trust, ,rQ0(j
no harm will result . It is a well
known fact that the office of t
Commissioner is one of the most
important of county offices. It
is equally true that under the
present circumstances it will bo
out of the question for any man
to do justice to our public roads.
In our judgement it behooves our
citizens to elect a man who is
willing and has the time to de-
vote to the duties of this office.
Farmers are very busy now
| General Orders, Xo
nj. | ; I. The Pecinct Captains,
all members of the Camp who
: can attend, are hereby requested
to assemble in Mexia, on Saturday
Feb. 22, 1902, at ?< o'clock p. rn.,
. of (Ilia com-|for-tho Inu'P(,SG of appointing tUV
'o 1-j'and I t'l,ne I'01'0ur llcxt Reunion, electing
, i1 delegates to the General Reunion
to be. held in Dallas on April 22nd.
to 2~>th, 1902, and for transacting
,, r |aov other business that may be
ItAGGI.K. I . . ,
: necessary tor the welfare ol the
FARMING. | Camp.
, II. All Comrades who desire
Ql , , . _ . , .! uniforms will report to the Ouar-
say? met last Saturday afternoon at, 1 , T1
l , , ,, j termaster, Comrade It. J. Bryant,
next! the city hall, with nearly all o ' , , •' „ '
, . * who will attend to the matter for
i the members present.
•vT* i j i . i them.
I Nine new names were added to |
Til. The State Division ami
I'. (J. V. Constitutions require
the Adjutant to make his annual
report to Headqtiarter:; not
'preparing their land for the pres-
ent crop. The recent sleets and
j slow rams have not given us a
season yet, but they have;
greatly reclaimed the drouthyj
condition of the soil. It seems
that gardening is, and -hould be.
the most prominent work of tha
day at present. ; Thl DocIT'7^e.
Our school has a good attend- The likeness of W. B. Caldwell, M.
ance. That considerable interest11), i* on every bottle of the genuine Dr.
is manifested is shown by the | Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Accept no
j the roll and new pledges were)
I made as follows: Ninety-three j
' acres fcr water melons, and thirty- 1
one acres for tomatoes. report to Headquarter.- not later
Considerable seed of different j ^'an April 1-1, and the names oi
kinds were distributed and much!"11 '"embers who have failed t,
interest was manifested in the; P:l% their Camp (.lues lor J HOI, by
objects of the association.
Another meeting will be held
11 next Saturday afternoon at the
I same time and place.
hearty co-operation of all con-
Rev. Stanton, of Groesbeck,
other. Take it for constipation ard as
a regulator of the stomach and bowels.
r,0c and $1.00. Sold by Clark's Pharmacy
that time will be dropped from
the roster. This is positive, Ali
Comrades will please govern
Official: By order of
W. P. Browx.
OSgstrte yois featt
V\ ill lie Placed on Sale Beginnii
Any merchant can get up a SPECIAL
Dollar, then we have something urood
l.L OPEN AT s A, M.
is nothing, But when they buy a
food clean stock at§55 cents on
Eleven Thousand Dollars Given Away,
In profits, that is aboutjwhat it will amount to, PROVIDED you take advantage of the tremendous bargains to be found
in all departments during this Great Sale.
This store has lots of good things to show you—things that you want now or will want shortly, and in all means do not
let the earliest opportunity pass you. A visit to our store wili be a lesson as to th. good things we ha ve at
Faeiory Prices to Jobbers C heaper than the Retailer
Can l>uv 'II10111.
In fact this is the only REAL FACTORY PRICE SALE ever placed before the people of Mexia. Manv advertise tKey are
selling at Cost. But good common sense teaches you that no merchant will pay Si.00 for an article and sell it for Si.00 and
knock out tlie retailer s profit.
Come Early and Secure the Best Selections.
We have engaged a large'force of salesmen, so every one will receive"prompt, attention.
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The State Herald (Mexia, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, February 14, 1902, newspaper, February 14, 1902; Mexia, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth290641/m1/1/: accessed July 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gibbs Memorial Library.