The Mexia Weekly Herald (Mexia, Tex.), Vol. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 28, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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P. Haux, Editor and Proprietor,
Ms Month* to
TkfM Mouthy *6.
ap aacond<laM matter March
i, UM. at the po«t lattice at Mexla,
ftui, under the act of Congress of
($ADV«RTia NQ RATES
t laaua > la. 4 la. I jr.
I Pasa lll.oo fil.oo fto.oo 1600.00
% 7.60 11.00 34.00 10.00
% " 4.60 7.60 14.00 176.(10
Leaa Than One uaQrtar Page.
I laaua—per Inch >0 cent*.
I U ue -per Inch S6 cent*.
4 laauea—per Inch 60 oeata.
The hxgli east oi living mdybe
reduced by establi.shii.ig a. closer
relation between prod/ncer and
consumer. Build Good Roajiij.
Well Christmas is over and we
can now get down to businoss
and pull for prosperity aiKV an-
other crop. • ;T !
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The prosperity of the. .farmiff
is coincident with the prosperity
of tho state, and, fundamentally,
the welfare of the people depends
iq?on the cultivation of the soil.
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The stoi'k lias visited the royal
house of Spain for the fifth time
and each time left a little pack-
age. They must have princes
and princesses to fill aill of the
soft government places.
A London doctor predicts that
in half a million years froim.ncrw
^people will only have one-toe.
Lots of 'em even now ar.e ljiinus
all tileir toes and their feet be-
The highest attainments of sci-
ence are yet to be won from the
toil she has neglected, and the
highest duty of the State fs. to
place agricultural education with-
in the reach of all her sons.
Kditor R. IB. Tantis of the
Athens Review, oi e of tb.e best
newspaper men in the state,
and at one time a member of
the lower houwe of the Texas leg-
islature, is contemplating enter-
ing the ftree-foi^l race for conr
grtsaman at large. Mr. Yantis
is competent, worthy and willing,
and should he enter the race and
win Texas will not hove cause to
regret the selection.
As wo understand it, the now
Airs. Alfred Vanderbilt is the
daughter of the lady who was
This will be the last issue of
the Herald this year. We hope
our readers have been prosperous
and that they will be more so
during the coming year. Here
is wishing all a Happy New Year.
Railroad Smith has withdrawn
from the race for United States
senator and will make -the race
for congressman at large. That
wakes about . steen already in
vfc is r&cfc.
divored from her father, the ex-
wife of tli* gentleman whom she
divorced and tho successor of the
Mrs. Vanderbilt who was the
first wife of her present husband
and who is now the second wife
of the T"nV*- fir at. wife wn&
her predecessor. Lsn't it all sim-
ple and beautiful?—Dallas News.
Yes, it is as simple as the "a-go
of Ann" problem and and as
beautiful as a mud fence.
A commercial club, with uxty
(Charter members, haw been or-
ganized in, Nacogdoches for the
purpose of advertisihg to the out-
side world the advantages and re-
sources of this section of the
state. T. Bakea.' was elected pres-
ident and an executive commit-
tee was chosen, consisting of Rob-
ert Lhkteey, E. Rice, Luther
Swift and S. M. King. A secre-
tary will be selected at the next
meeting oi' the Club and es-
pecial attention will be given
during the coming year to adver-
tising the city and surrounding
: : —O
After the dead have been tak-
«a front the Briecville mines
inhere 150 men lost their lives, an
investigation will be ordered to
ietermiine the causes that led up
to the explosion. 'There will be
great consolation in this to the
widows and -orphans of the vic-
imiS of somebody's carelessness.
it, seems that the numerous laws
enacted for the protection of the
•inline workers have been of little
benefit. We have inspectors who
•rtt tjUjjpqsed ^opook after those
it was a sad Christmas £or
Gen. Reyes. He hoped to occupy
the president's mansion in Mex-
ico in the near future and in,stead
he will have to go to jail, and
may lose his life just for his lit-
tle attempted revolution.
President , Taft's .idea• .vtV^he
way to abrogate a treaty ts to
go ahead and abrogate it. l'ofs-
«ibly the niethod is a trifle blunt,
'but it mu$t be said in its favor
that it abrogates,r-'Dallats News.
Somewhat after' the" style "of
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Horace (rifely, who said "the on-
ly way to resume is to resume."
That fel£pw in Boston who de-
.posited on£ thousand dollars in a
"bank to be paid over to the per-
son who (fan convince hinu that
the earth is round and that the
«Un does not move is safe all
right for : no argument, could
reach him. and it would be hard
1* "show" such a fellow. But
the strange thing is where did
Ate get one thousand plunks?
The Thoiyitoo Hustler go>
ma ttKa-s. but it
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aBout^idl 5fehe}'-d(%.is to draw their
salary while'the men arc working
in deatth traps.—Denison Daily
HeraM. ' i ! ' 1
The i^ardtJlg of prizes at the
Texas l n ■ i usi ria' Congress wa s an
inspiration. To see young slen-
der boys with Ine* pants on strp
up nad take, down from one to
five hundred dollars in gold for
having r aised more than a bale oJ
ertUtoii to the acre and corn
crops that seem out of reason.
One stripling of a boy from Fay-
ette county raised 115 bushels of
corn to the acre and more than
a ba'o of " cotton to the acre in
the two acres contest and there-
by -avmi ijilOOtCKin -gold,-. This -eimr
test has done more to encourage
Jiiprough cnUivatipti' pf the soil
than any other one thing that
lias ever been attempted in Te-X-
jtfSjj ;andt- .'thet;i money ^Uisi.sjietit
" go "if long ways in tlevelop-
THB HAAMON-fiOOM IN TXXA8
If Democrats want to head their
ticket with a sure enough winn<ir
they should not pass up Govern-
or Harmon. His record in Ohio
is proof conclusive that he is a
demoralizing element to the Re-
publicans. From the Battoy
It appears that Harmon is a
•tronger man politically than Bill
Tafit in Ohio. Taft's own town
wenit Democratic. Now get'your
fielders back, for Harmon will
knock a home run if he is per-
mitted to go <t/o the bat in 1912.
—From Tho Eldorado (Texas)
President Tafit and Republi-
cs generally are said to be
ore airaid of Governor Harmon
than aav other man the Demo-
crats could namo for president.
rmon has beaten the Ropubli-
«ns to a frazzle twice in tho last
Swo elections in Ohio and the im-
fliression is general in both par-
ties that he could carry Ohio
again nest year for president.—
From The Corpus Christi (Tex-
«• ) Caller.
Governor Hsmon'n tlieory of
government is simple. He de-
al-arcs his plat form as follows:
"Our government should faith-
fully represent, economy, thrift,
a.ttcailkm to details and fidelity
to honest purposes in accomplish-
ments." A better platform in
three lines would be hard to
write, however great tlie states-
man, or his educational qualifi-
afttions.—From The Brenham
The special dispatch printed in
a Stale paper, stating tha^ Col-
onel R. M. .Johnston, National
committeeman, had pledged the
vote of Texas to Governor Har-
mon, has been denied by Colonel
Johnston himself, bis paper, the
Post, and by Colonel I. M. Stan-
difer, who was with him in Wash
ington. We have been patiently
waiting for those papers which
printed the dispatch and com-
mented on the matter with so
much feeling, to give space to ilie
several denials... So far our wait,
has been in vain. After circulat-
ing the report so assiduously, per
haps it drtos not. fit in with their
Ischdme to make a correction and
do the decent act by their fellow
newspaper worker.—Denison Her
Harmon, will be able to carry
the state all right without any
such unfair means. He is a man
of the people and will be the win-
ing farming among the boys. A
similar pjan, will likely be car-
ried out again next year.
For Eczema, Tetter and Salt
No Calomel Necessary.
The injurious effect and un-
pleasantness of takihg calomel
is done away with by Simmons'
Liver Purifier, the mildest known
liver medicine, yet the most thor-
ough in action. Put up in yel-
low tin boxes only Price 2oe.
Tried ooec, used always.
'HOW TO SPREAD NEWS.
It ha* been said that three of
the quickest ways to spread news
are to 'telegraph, telephone, or
tell a woman."
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A good local newspaper like
the Mexia Weekly Herald is bet-
Jlheum. f ter for the people, becaus • it
The ihteu^e ifeh'uijs' character-!the public at large in a full
istic of these ailments. J.%/iilmost j Impartial- and accurate manner
instantly allaye<l by Chamber-!"^ 1°C®1 happenings.
An Association of Prominent Phy
sioians Giving FEES Medi-
cal Services to the Sick
and Medicines at Cost.
At the Main Hotel, Sat., Jan.
6th, one day only.
The Unitod Doctors, largest
doctor specialists in the United
States, practicing in Texas, Kan-
sas. Minnesota. Michigan, Iowa,
Nebraska, Wisconin, North and
South. Dakota, organized and li-
censed by the slates for the pur-
pose of treating diseases, dofor-
luites and all curable ailments
without surgical operation. All
that is asked in return for these
valuable services is that every
person treated will state the re-
sult t.o their friends, and thus
prove to the sick and afflicted
that at last treatments have been
discovered that are absolutely
sure and cretain in their effect.
By their developed system no
more operations for appendicitis,
gall stones, kidney stones, tumors
goiter, piles or cancer. They
were among the first in America
to do away with the knife, blood
and. pain in the successful treat-
ment and cure of these dangeroui
Diseases of the stomach, intes-
tine,* liver, kin, nerves, heart,
kidneys and bladder, rheumatism
sciatica, diabetes, bedwetting, leg
ulcers, epilepy, or fits, etc., all
treated with gratifying success.
Selected caves of consumption,
asthma, bronchitis and catarrhal
diseases abolutely cured with
combination of medicine, hygiene,
di^t, exercise and the important
uses and advantages of clothes,
f^Iamy cases of deafness are fre-
Iain's Salve. Many
hav3 been cured by
by Mexia Drug Co.
it. For sale
J. O. .Nash, who has been con-1
nee ted with-, this, office for several
riuwitaB Hustler go* out j months, left yesterday for Lo-
ft special edition on the 22nd ofjrf'na, jn*t south of Waco, where
December, which would be a! lie will shortly engage in the
• redit to a towB much larger thai fnewspaper hu*m«~s;->mvirig ship-
that thriving little city. The edi-
tion contains twelve pages of
tfood livo reading matter about
yrhornton <£d her enterprising
tnoi, end wijth a Christ'
-4itms cover | jvlretty paper
■ithat Editoi5I)«V'^*.fiti pee*
4I'I« of that (3oni«Atfiify'1\-i%hf' jn«f
proui of, v
ped a part, o" the old Enterprise
plant down there. Mr. Nash is
a deserving young man, fully
The Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm
News, which you can get in a
club with Mexia Weekly Herald
gives its readers an unexcelled
general n ews service.
For only $1.50 you get both
papers one year, or three papers
a week, giving you local and gen-
eral news that you cau fully rely
upon as accurately correct.
qjjpntly cured in sixty days, Los
of sight, cataract, granulated lids
and old weak, watery, son* eyes
treated successfully. In long
standing, deep-seated, chronic dis
ease of men and women, anil slow
growths and undeveloped chil-
dren's diseases, a treatment that
is absolutely certain in ii's effects
can be had and depended on.
Eczema, salt rheum, eruption,
liver spots and chronic diseases
of the skin quickly cured. An
absolute guarantee in every case
accepted for treatment.
Patients with cancer, tumor
and tubercular glands not larger
than one to two inches usually
cured with their hypodermic in-
jection method, with one treat-
ment, and this without pain.
• Patients with growths larger
than two inches are not .invited
No matter what your ailment
may be, no matter what others
have told you, no matter what
experience you have liad with
other physicians, it will be to
your advantage to traet with the
Otrfted Doctor* Specialists. Ev-
en if your case is incurable they
wilt give: you such advice that
will relievo you and stay the dis-
j Do not put off this duty you
j owe yourself, your friends, and
your relatives, it may save your
If you have kidneys or bladder
trouble, bring a two-ounce bottle
i of your urine for anailysis.
This free offer is for this trip
only. Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Married ladies must come with
their husbands and minors with
Mrs, John Watson and ditugh-
competent to run a paper and we j ter, Mi«s'v LucreMa, of Houston,
wish him snc.ce.ss-.
tare in tl>r city visiting relatives.
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'V, P. Junkie juod wito
OeQ,. ISabajp k* «ffgr- ftt
gjvra 'U rw \\n- ChplafcrnM itt Wexlt with
Don't Use Calomel.
Those who know, always use
Simmons Liver Purifier, beefcake
it is just as thorough but does
not gri|ie «r Rij-.'ken nor cause in-
juv. v(Id yellow tin bo*e anly)
Prie# 23e. • T-v'red «nee, aN
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The Katy serves every large city inTexas
withconvenient local and through trai ns.
Limited trains with electric lighted
sleepers are in daily service between
Dallas and Oklahoma City; Dallas
port; Dallas, Ft. Worth and San
Aiuonioi Dallas, Ft,Worth "y- BolfegrW^
and Galveston; San An-^p
tonio and Galveston and ^^ofFer you an uninterrup-
San Antonio and ^fted journey to Chicago,
New Orleans. J J §t Loujs antj Kansas City.
Passen!;«rs on The Katy Flyer have
(he option of dining at Katy restauranti or
in the Broiler Car onthe train. Superb dining
cars serve all meals on The Katy Limited.
For any travel information see the Katy a"" -* a
Phone or Mail your Orders to
When you want the Best Whiskies Wines or
Beer, here are a few of our best brands:
Bottled in Bond
W. L. Weller $1.50
Dripping Springs -. • • 1.25
Hill & Hill-.. 1.25
Sunny Brook 1.25
W. H. McBrayer— 1.25
Guckenheimer Rye-• 1.25
Cumberland 8 yr old $5.00
Dripping Springs v • • 4.00
Beene's Private stock 4.00
Kentucky Favorite.. 4.00
A. A. Star 3.00
Eagle Springs 3.00
Prompt attention to Mail Orde s
w. p. Beene j j\/\ Beene,
Jno. A. Robinson ^ ,
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New X-Ray Coil, X-Ray Pictures and All Modern
C>e, Ear, Nose and Throat
And All Chronic and Private Diseases
In difficult cases of diagnosis the Doctors of this and adjoining
counties are offered the use of the most modern apparatus.
Phone 130, Teague, Texas
Limestone County Texas
"For Good Lands and Pleasant Climate"
If you have lands to sell, list it with me.
I know the buyer. If you want to buy
land, I have it to sell, and will say to
you, don't.wait until you get money to
pay all cash. I can aid you with the.
coin. I keep in touch with long time
money, enabling me to pay all cash, to
seller and give you long time to pay for
R. J. Ellington, j
Mexia, Texas. Z
JACK WOMACK. I'reMdeJU
J. SAN1IKORI1 KM I'I'll, Caslilr
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MHS.J. I..SMITH. Vlrr I'trs.
Prendcrga^t, Smith & Company
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Houx, N. P. The Mexia Weekly Herald (Mexia, Tex.), Vol. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 28, 1911, newspaper, December 28, 1911; Mexia, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth302365/m1/4/: accessed August 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gibbs Memorial Library.