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State Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1902, Mexia, Texas See Sandforci Smith tor Life and Tornado Texas TH STATE 3 DECEMBER 49 aa B a tf o CLEANING o 00 They Come We have heard it said that business has fallen off here of the bottom has dropped outa 1 on account of the bad and some of the merchants have laid off Our principal trouble has been to get goods here fast enough to supply Q fi the demand and we have had to employ 0 o more We have been doing a good business since B o opening our Mexia house and attribute it to 0 the quality of goods we are selling at B e HARD TinE PRICES and We are thankful for your patronage hops to continue to please Just received another large lot of sample ods which we are offering at wholesale st as Here are a few of our prices Mens half Hcne 5c pair and Lidiea Hose 5c a pair and Boys and Mens Suspenders 5c pr and Over Shirts 25c and Boys Gloves 5o a pair and Mens Gloves 80 a pair and Ladies Wool 35c and Ladies fine Wooien Shawls 25c and Ladies Facinators 15a and San Silk Thread 4o per ball in all 1OO Ladies Hats at Wholesale We had a large stock of these but could not keep them from going such Better get ore before thoy are ALL JUST Another large line of those popular Sample that we are Per pair selling at and Also a largeassortment of Chrismas and the low prices we are selling them at would astonish you if sold anywhere else except our bargain SATISFACTION When you buv an article from us if it proves unsatisfactory we will cither exchange it for some or refund your Our object ia to pkae you At aay Yours for New York BargainHouse Next Door to For a few days only We will sell Organs and Sewing Machines at 20 PER CENT To make room for our large stock of HOLIDAY GOODS that is now Display being put on Yours for GOOD Storeys Book AGAINST THE BQLLJEEViL Commercial Club Prepares to Make Aggressive State convention at the Commercial Club rooms in the city of and it was determined to request the Mayors of each city in the Coun ty Judge of each county and the president ol each commercial or ganization to each appoint a com mittee of three reorescntative citizens to attend said It was aso determined that a special letter should be addressed to each member of the incoming Legislature requesting that they attend this It was determined to invite Mally of and D wight Sanderson of the Agricultural and Mechani cal College of Texas to attend the and also that Col 0 isPeters as president of the Texas B Q Cotton Growers Protective As B would request repre sentative cotton growers in the btute to The object of the convention is to determine a concise both in the way of advice to the cotton and solicitation to the member of the Legislature to pass remedial laws for the tion of the boll Love stated that those members of the incoming Legislature to whom he has spoken have expressed them BB B Q BB BB O B a o chairman of the boll weevil appointed by at which there were present Holloway of the I selvcs as willing tocooberate io of land Con Robinson and Love of The meeting especially meet who Texas Cotton j Legilature that similar rumental ederal last tion and the importance of im mediate concerted and intelligent action in the Boll Weevil Henry Dear sir In compliance with your circu lar letter requesting as 10 appoint three delegates to the convention to be held in Dallas on the I hive appoint ed Bonner and The boll weevil is a stranger to us and we only experiment now as to discontinuing its rav interest of the State would practically The ravages o the boll weevil is a public evil as it effects us all directly or in and therefore all should From Our new Methodist preacher arrived and delivered an interesting sermon to an atten tsve who seemed to be delighted In the afternoon a goodly num ber of our people drove down to Cedar island in order to foast their souls on the inspiring words of Harris who ia loved by our people as well as his Our Sunday school and singing have been set back a little by thu continued bad but there will be a iiniR when the sun will shine then we shall b1 found in harness rolling on to ward the heavenly Let us all be present neat Sun day morning with well learned then shall enjoy the work and io be oat Sun every way that is pass laws which will be of benefit to the cotton growers of hut stated that it woujd be neces sary for a pan to be determined by competent authority and pre sented to tht members of the He further stated legislation has been enacted in other StateSy and es pecially in his former Mis with very beneficial results and that the inital appropriations have largely increased and were being perpetuated by the Legis of that State from time to of the gentlemen present himself as being Keenly he gravity of the sitoa ing as to its I think then that the next Legislature should make a liberal appropriation for the purpose above Yours Free A large attractive 14 by in three colors post to om who will send as the names and ad bear the expense of experimentj so we can sing and talk about the Christmas tret which is to be for the whole community and other friends who feel disposed to join The public school is ing wth good under tli supervision of ted by Miss Loia Not longsihca and Cochrum were called on to give up their little one ere it had been in their home one Thoir friends sympathize with thesn for their For more than a month and Henry Johns baby has been very and 13 still in a critical but we hope it may recover Joe Steubenrauch has re turned from Galveslon where she hes been several weeks under medical It ia hoped that she is on the improve and will recover Alois a learned baa of the young jjgople who aVe likely to go off to school wifhin the next six Vviitc the and rubirerses plainly on cuid or leUe and mail themat once to Tyler We have the largest cial and shorthand school in the The attendance in Tyler College of Taxas this year will run between 700 and 900 students They are enjoying a very pros perous and are expecting to j young man of twenty years enroll at least 100 new students arrived from Germany and it at the opening of the midwinter lodged with hit January 5ih Steubeorauoh
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