The Mexia Weekly Herald (Mexia, Tex.), Vol. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 14, 1911 Page: 12 of 16
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Published Every Thursday.
P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor.
One Year J1.00.
Six Months £>0
Three Months 25.
intered as econd-Hass matter March
, 1908, at the poiitoftice at Mexia,
Yxaa, under the a;t of Congresu of
March 3, 1879.
I Issue 2 Is. 4 Is. 1 yr.
1 Page $ 12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00
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K " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00
Less Than One uaQrter Page.
1 Issue—P«?" Inch 20 cents.
• tBsuo"—per Inch 35 cents.
*• Issues—per Inch 50 cents.
Every mile of good road built
i Texaa is a footprint in the
mds of progress.
j A reconnaissance soil survey bj
le Federa' Department of Agri-
.mlturo shows eleven different
kinds of soiil in the Panhandle.
The muncipal campaign has al-
aeady opened in Teague and
V Aere aco several announced can-
didates for mayor and aldermen
*£ the coming spring election.
^ _Warth*m is going after water
mid will isstie bonds for that pur-
pose. Good water, like goods
■ttads, is worth all it costs, and
41 congratulate our neighbor «n
• j 0
The Genau.s Burt-au of the Nat-
ional goveriuji.Mlt estimates the
nt cotton crop at 14,885,000
■ **des, of which Texas is credited
ltth 4,880,000 bales. This m the
Wwmper crdp so far.
t*ha State Comptroller is pre-
(Mring a statement th*t will
I ®w the asaessed wealth of Tw-
it to be orer the $2,500,000,000
|krk, an increase over last .year
if nearly $100,000,000.
1 The,difference between a boos-
pc and a knocker is selfishness,
ho knocker wants the good
lings of life as much as the boos
r, but he is too selfish to want
iher people t<> share them.
The Dallas night captain of po-
i lice just before going off duty at
! 6 a. m. went out and found that
tJtie Wilson building had not been
stolen during the night, and then
] wrote in his report: "Situation
more hopeful.—Dallas Tunes Her-
But the police blotter the same
I . ii
morning shewed that a burglar
! got into a man's room and pur-
j loined an Ingersol watch and 40
oents in money.
The Dallas business ipen and
property owners are sending up
a just kick against the raising of
fir insiuraence rates and threaten
to have their property insured
with companies outside the state,
claiming that the rates in some
cases are next to confiscation.
It does look strange that witli im-
proved facilities for fighting
fires, and the fact that some com-
panies are able to erect fine of-
fice buildings the rates should
still go up. Something to relieve
the situation ought to be done.
The management of the South-
western Poultry Show has an-
nounced that its annual show
will be. held in Dallas January
18-23. Valuable prizes will be
awarded; among which will be
one of $100 for the best pen of
five birds. All classes of poul-
try will be permitted and will
have equal chances under the
standard rule of handicap. It
is stated that this is the largest
single, cash prize ever offered for
one pen. Judges of the show
will be leading poultry breeders
from all parts of the State. En-
tries will close January 13th.
As self-preservation is the first
Um of nature, so is the patronage
home industries the first law
ef a state's financial develop-
*«nt. Puicha.se Texaa-niade
(•oda whenever possible and
Ifcoreby incra.se the wealth of the
rtate, the community —the town
—in fact, our nwp prosperity.
The Los Angeles eleetiou indi-
cates that the McNamaras shot
a big hole through the California
brand of socialism.—Houston
A case of "dog eat dog."
Those enterprising members of
the Mexia Young Men's Busi-
ness League deserve to win in
tho road bond eleetioa that is to
•e held irn that district on the
16th. Thaj VSow beyond a shad-
ow of a doubt that good, roads,
above everything else, will bene-
fit their town, and they have
worked hard to induce the peo-
ple to vote the bonds. Such en-
terprise deserves a reward and
we. wish them success in their ef-
forts.—Teague Herald. '
We thank our contemporary
for the above and hope that our
people will take heed and help
carry the bond issue for good
roads next Saturday.
L' we are not our brother's
keeper, we should at least be in-
terested in his prosperity when
we realize that our own success
is largely dependent on his. So
let's patronize home industries
and help everybody—ourselves in
For That Dull Feeling After
I haven used Chamberlain 'i
I Stomach and Liver Tablets for
some time, and can tostif that
they have done me moiv good
tliaa any tablets I have ever
used. My trouble was a heavy
dull feeling after eating.—David
Freeman, Kempt, Nova Scotia.
These tablets strengthen the
stomach and improve the diges-
tion. They also regulate the liver
aud bowels. They are far supe-
rior to pills but cost no more.
Get a free sample at Mexia Drug
Co., and see what a splendid med
icine it is. d
Messrs Wolters and Gray have
been turned loose, the court of
criminal appeals holding that
they were not guilty of eon-
tempt. The arrest of these men
in the first place was simply a
piece of tommy rot and was
prompted by cheap politicians,
with the hope that it would ad-
vance their own political for-
We have been running consid-
erable matter of late concerning
the sale of Red Cross stamps for
the benefit of the fund to fight
tuberculosis, is yet we have
dot heard of any place in Mexia
•to buy these stamps. It is a wor-
i by cause and some one should
■get a supply of the stamps and
keep them on sale 'during the hol-
idays. Many would buy and use
Hum if given a clwnce.
Mexia, Texas, Dec. 7, 1911.
To the Mayor and Board of Al-
Why has the cement sidewalk
building stopped? Has all the
money been let out on a credit ?
I understand there is more than
$2000 due the city by citizens for
their part of the walks already
built. It is next to jin outrage
as Mexia needs so many more
walks and the work should go
forward. I know of one party
who tried very hard to pay his
one-half for walks but was un-
successful and has since moved
away to West Tcxa leaving ttlie
account unpaid. Let's get to-
gether and better these condi-
tions and if necessary get up a
list of those yet unpaid and the
reason therefor. 4
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Let Texas Farmers feed Texas Products to Texas Stock and help keep I exas
Money in Texas. When you send jour money Away for Missouri Corn, Kansas
Hay or Nebraska Wheat Bran, its gone for good. When pay it to a Texas Mill
for Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls, it comes right back to Texas Wor
bor and Texas Farmers for Cotton Seed and we all get another whack at it, and
some of it sticks every time you touch it.
Corn at 28c per Bushel, Wheat Bran at 50c per 100 Lbs
Don't Pay More than this to Feed
Your Horse, Your mule, Your Hog, or Your Cow
Cotton Seed Meal
Is shown by Chemical Analysis and proven by practical tests by experienced feeders and and at the
Agricultural Experiment Stations in this country, in Great Brittan and Europe to be the
Most Nutritious, Healthful and Purest of all Feeding Materials
It is a Home Product, clean, convenient to store and ha^dle/free from Adulteration, reliable and
uniform in quality and sold at a fair valuation.
. f Cotton Seed Hulls
are most excellent "roughness" absolutely free .from dirt, dust or other foreign matter, of highly
nutritive properties, while its peculiar form gives it all the advantage of chopped food in the most
convenient condition for storing, handling and feeding without waste.
Horses, Mules, Cattle and Hogs of a!2 Kinds
eat it readily, while in nutritive element and as a Milk or Butter*; Flesh or Fat Producer it is fully
equal Pound for Pound to Many Varieties of Hay, and-when Fed in Connection With Cotton Seed
Meal it Makei> an Almost Perfect Feed for All Kinds of Farm Stock.
Present Prices—Cotton Seed ^ulls $7 per Ton. Cotton Seed Meal $1.40 per 100 lbs
The best anthoritf« fix the actual nutritive value of 80 pounds of Cotton Seed Hulls and*3# pounds
€otton Seed Meal as EQUIVALEN f TO 2 BUSHELS OF BBS V CORN.
2 buahals corn at $1.00 per kishel eostg $2.§0
80 U* Cotton Saad Hulls at $7.00 per Ton Coat# 28c
2# lbs (Satton Seed Mea! at $1,4# per 100 lb« Costa 38c
100 lbs aiixei Fead Gosling S6a
Equivalent to Corn at 28 cents per Bushel
and at any price over this corn is wasteful and extravagant feed as compared with Meal and Hulls.
This same 80 pounds of Cotton Seed Hulls and.20 pounds of Cotton Seed Meal costing 56c is exactly
equivalent in nutritive elements to 125 poxi U of wheat bran, in uirrj on the above basis of Meal
and Hulls at above prices VVHEAT BR\N WORTH 48c PER ili;> POUNDS. Whenever you
pav more for it than this you are "carrying a st ne in the other end" and paying Too Much to Feed
Your Horse, Your Mule, Your Hog or Your Cow, simply "because ynur father did it,'' while he did
it only because he perhaps Never Heard of Colfron Seed Muni arid Hulls
YOU CAN'T AFFORD
to Feed Corn, Corn Chops, Wheat Bran, Western May or Cotto.i Seed at their present
prices. Figure it for yourself. In a ton of Raw Secid you have
One Ton of Seed Weighing
Dirt, -Trash, Sand, Etc. about
Crude Cotton Seed Oil, (has no
Making total Foreign Matter about
Leaving of Actual Nutritive Material only
- 1600 pounds
and this not in proper proportion of "Fat and Protein" or in good shape for digestion,
For the same ton of seed we will give in exchange at the the Oil Mill
IM25 Lbs. Cotton Seed Hull*. at $7.00 per ton - - $11.64
500 Lbs. Cotton Seed Meal at $1.40 per 100 lbs. - - 7.00
Making 3825 lbs of actual Feeding Material costing - $18.64
or nearly 2 1-2 pounds for every pound of feeding material you bring us
and this is a properly "balanced ration," absolutely free from Dirt, Dust, or Foreign Matter in
proper proportion for digcuition, partly cooked, and if fed to Horses or Mules will keep them in
better condition and enable them to do more work than any other feed at anything like the *amc
cost. If fed 1o Milch Cows will give MORE FLE8II, MORE MILK, MORE BUTTER arid BET-
TER MILK and BETTER BUTTER and keep the cows in better ^ondition than
Any Other Feed or Combination of Feeds on Earth
A Trial Will Convince You
Munger Oil & Cotton Co
Local n«ws on mb*? one* now
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Houx, N. P. The Mexia Weekly Herald (Mexia, Tex.), Vol. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 14, 1911, newspaper, December 14, 1911; Mexia, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth302362/m1/12/: accessed July 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gibbs Memorial Library.