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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 December 1912

* —i'-L— - TRIUMPHED OVER PROTESTS Compared of asisailant* Th T1 l)i l nimority lansntrnj," play, has onters u m l warmly endorsedi i j C w | \¥ asbiwgton, j ity, Omaha | SACRIFICE SALE NflHUNHE ,v, i :j Big Reduction on Every Articl V St. Louis. Kaunas naissidner of the Diwtrinvt of (JoJ; iir111 >i; refused to impress the j play at the protest of the ne- groes in the Capital eity. Judge Barnes of the Superior Court of Chicago, set a precedent for oth- er jurists wheal, in deuying an injunction against "The Clans- man," lie declared the negro had no special or peculiar privileges as a race, claiming that neither white, yellow or black races could demand immunity from criitieiwm. The negroes have no more ground to stop performance of "The Clansman" than the Jews have to Suppress "Tlio f Merehannof Venice or the Japa- nese "The Mikado." The company which produces 35 the play this season is made up mositlv of aetors and actress who are natives of the South and the sbow has always be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 December 1912

■HK'i.i P&rasl A S / A Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans 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. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Local and Personal. Willard Street left Saturday for Han Antonio and oher South- wtwt Texas cities on a business trip. Mies Fay Wolfe has returned to her home in Waxahachie after a few days visit here and in Teague. Phone J. W. Hinchliffe for seed oats and feed stuffs. Phone X Rural 8. M. E. Roberts has returned to his home in Fortt Worth after a few days visit «to his daughter, Mrs. W. R. Storey. T. Bimnett has moved hits fam- ily to his new home recently built on the old Kamsler kits. Bring your chickens and eggs to Brodnax & Jackson, old Kat- ten stand, Mexia. ■SSSBBSr Early Friday morning as Mr. Frank Kennedy wax about to en- te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 December 1912

; • ' -'.J . ; IE HERALD s,; i ■ Publicised Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On® Year |1.00. Six Months 50. Three Months, 25. Entered as second-class matter llarch 6, 15)08, at the postofflce at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con- gress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Issue, .. n.00. "4 Page 1 issue 7.50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. % Page 1 issue 4.50. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 3.50. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first insertion—p«r inch 20c. Each j ber ot viars, to nuin y Lu:.... ' The o«> IB cents. Readers per line—each issue 5c. Discounts on yearly contracts. y# Thoj' are ssyiin mocrats in South Carolina arm not capable of discharging J the «.ii\tie-s of Federal office. | Foolish talk that.; if the deino- : ' fat has lacked special training "" The present short session of tlu* Lord will inspire him.—Hous- oongretss ought to make short ton Post. work of the republican party. Ami * little ex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 December 1912

I ¥ 7r®S Beginning Saturday, December 7th and Closing Tuesday, December 24th This beautiful Rocker, a dandy for $3.50 but during this sale at $2.45 Davenports Our showing of Davenports is one of the best ever shown in the city. During this sale our $50.00 davenports will be specially priced at .. 937.SO $40.00 Davenports at $32.SO 30.00 Davenports at $24.95 25.00 Davenports at $19.95 Center Tables All kinds and descriptions. $1.25 Center Tables at 95c 1.75 Center Tables at • $ / .35 2.25 Center Tables at $ 1.85 3.50 Center Tables at $2.95 5.00 Center Tables at $3.95 6.00 Center Tables at ... $4.45 7.50 Library Tables at $4.95 10.00 Library Tables at $7.45 20.00 Library Tables at $14.95 Wo are exd isive agents '.'or Standard Sewing Machines, During this sal*.' you can make a tre- mendous saving by buying your ma- chine from us. $20.00 Uropho:ul Machine while they last • ■ ■ $1 6.50 Reed Rockers exactly like cut as shown above during this sale at ... $2.95 Suits You will find some ver...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 December 1912

yif MRS. SINCLAIR | NIT II HSR ONE MORE DANCE whom we entrust our govern- ment at Washington ought, as| he expresses it, to ''keep hoiuse' for the whole people. Our rev- \ ouutvs, he says, should not b * i On Wednesday evening th" put at the disposal of a govern- j young men of Alexia, a«'sis.ted by infi' class or of any limited set j Mesdaiues Frank Smith, J. Desen of governing influences. As lie: berg and George T. Bergeron of goes along Mr. Wilson illustrates (.'.al'vert, gave a most enjoyable luis points with speeifie sugjfoM-1 dance in honor of Miss Gary I Doylt The Ladies Aid Society of the First Blip tint church met W ednes day at the hospitable suburban home of their vice president, Airs J. L. Sinclair far a whole day of pleasure. November weather in all its southern balminess foretold an unusually large attendance. I$.v nine oclock the vasguard arriv- ed armed with huge bundles of jwttnn and quilting poles to make preparation for completing some bedding for the Thanksgiving...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 December 1912

\ MEXIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS. First Grade, v; Josie Wright Henter Beene Agues Wood Uladys Wii&on ( Alfreda Wttir. Way no Thom pson. Helen Cundiff Thomas (<ermany ^ 'v** - ^ ■ Tula Pickett Robert Storey ?.v'' " ' €<arl Milburn Pi; \ Herniun Hitt Walller 'Cosnahan Conrad Butler Orrie B. l|buser J. B. Best. Harold HaM Sunshine Adams Second Grade. Mary Ruth' Carter Tom Nick Bums , Dana Odoin V Erneat Wateon Dorothy Barker Lula Ben Vining Juanita Wiright Zach Goolssby Lealand Phillips Jim Smith Reuben Storey Frances Beckhan Lueile St oven* Alice Clark Third Grade. Marion Reynolds Herbert Murphy Ruth Butler Pauline Mayo Alice Stevens Julia Cosn'ahan Bitlie Buckner Wilmer Tidwedl Mary Mjagnenat Ahria McKenzie Louise TidweM Ruth Roller Fourth Grade. Ethel Carter Maggie Beth Patton Margaret Uibson Cora Oliphant Harvey Maekay Viola Corle.v Ed wurd Williams Juaniita Wallace. Myrtle IJoWeJI Lafae A damson Floyd ' .'jirroll MhU'.i- Beckham Ruth Clark Bertha Carter EHth.fr Mai- A.riugton llil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 December 1912

Wwn M ■J"!-" M SH-J I • • i IP? t '• 1 * WMDSDOYlf On Thursd; nineteenth of the Minut'ily i>l beavtiifvtl (iun sc't in wvi rriiu NVoodtv There 16 :i r fitnOMH in pled face a stately lily, a queen, rose [a gonlle tender woman. Tha hand-some bridotrroom i I not lacking in storking qualities j A MODERN No\ liter, rlhyt w fill III I home ,'f lier- iVl and mora I tiff IllHITiaLM'l ■ ft Aie You A Prisoner of Re t Are you still paying toll | to the Landlord? Don't you know that interest is always cheaper than rent and don't you think it is * • '-W* about time you were breaking These Shackles? We believe we can show you the way. Our Superior Money Loan connections aids us in helping yot. R. J. Ellington, Mexia, Texas Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST •-■Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drugstore. BjV^Pbon&h—Office 143, Home 16. wncr rim; it' I. enuea to nio'sp h ore i Mexia, Texas Robert Erickson TINNER All Kinds of Tin Work and Re- pairing. Guttering; Spouting, Rainproof Flues, Well Casing an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 December 1912

. 1 d MillIIi Sor MRH, ' ' ' t ■') \ = FX exia Weekly Herald. Thirteenth Tear. MKXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1fH2. lilS : 1 ? ®i I I ii COURT HOUSE I NEWS NOTES J _!_! AN ODD COLLEC- TION Of NAMES J, $1.00 Per Tal .U J...J i_ .U'llUM Tlw following is a l t of SOME ITEMS OF INTERESjPj name*, of somo of our Mexia peo- FROM THE HALLS OF I ple mul what thuy remind us of: JUSTICE- The liian in town; Froiu Groesbeek Journal. Marriage License. J'.ssm Wat kins • and Gertrude Alkii. v* ■ . One born to rule: King. A good fuoil: Wood. t Somebody's sweetheart: Par- W'lllianit. 'Stephens and Mary lini - Dahetfr. 1 A good name for jour wife Felix Tlito'mas and TheLma Jof- ''(;tly. fenson. Vernon Rich and Myrtle Wal- lace. j Cornelius Hyden and Nancy Henderson. Mbert Bock and Lela Brad- s haw. J. A. llerendou and Laura Mar #hall. J. E. Stevens and Lillie Brown. Waynie Wirdlow and Fannie; Breed. County Court—Criminal. The following are pleas of guilty iu county court. Jno. L. Graves, gaming, fin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 December 1912

_ HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION One Year, Six Months, Three Months, RATES. $1.00. ■MO. Entered as second-class matter Starch o, 1908, at the pogtofflce at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con- fress of March 3, l{i"y-__ ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Issue, .. y.00. ^4 Page I issue 7.50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. \ Page 1 issue 4.50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 3.50. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first insertion—per inch 20c. Each Subsequent issue—per inch 15 cents. Readers per line—each issue 5c. % S*v cox le exchange# • ' .*• u * Liuenttiii," what I? ill r/ \y Discounts on yeariy uuuna^o. Special. ire highly is sakl to beea a sixty-four page edi- tion. of the McKimmey Courier-Ga zette. State Press didn't see the special number referred to, there- fore he ean not speak as one liav ing authoritive information. He doesn't doubt, however, that Per- kins & Wilson issued a sixty-four page Courier-Gazet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 December 1912

as of hi« stock iu I be Central exa* Icc company ami will re- tire from the management of tlie business here on .January 1st. Mr. E. F. Kink will wiuveed Mr, Smith as manager. Mr. Smith luis not yet made any plans for the future. M9,IR| jpnr-?& sfirar suggestive, useful and appropriate Xniaa Presents to he . blwrt with t jSSf^ taoiwMH u /\ y VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby 1 am enabled to make loans on Kent Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia. Texas Local and Personal. Ladies Toilet Set® at Pittmaw. Walter .Jackson left Thursday for Corpus Chrkrtd on a hunting i. xpedition. Phone «T. W. Hinchliffe for seed oats and feed stuffs. Phone X Rural 8. If you want a nice Christmas present for your wife, mother, sister, or sweetheart, come iu and let us show you a fine box of stationery. Nothing nicer for a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 December 1912

if I J n I r-~VV KMiUi j i Mfe j. i """* " ■■■■■■«————'—— . ^vxs\*Zy^)o"XJOfcfcVsA.*^\w.a.sai=i=,sS\ "\JDvVi it A. Xmas Gift For % on Heres a gift worth while—a gift ev money you save on any suit you may buy mendous suit business this Fall, and nov Dut the knife to prices. ladv who needs a new suit will certainly appreciate. we are in this sale. It is unusual to cut the prices so deep have auite a few odd lots. We decided to make a clean sweep ot U nakmg you a preseut of real money >efore Xmas, but we have done a tr whole bunch, and hen* Every Ladies and Mi sees Suit in the Store Goes in this SBle Not a single one excepted. Blacks, Blues, anil Fanciea-alj are ,?°r k''o w'those'detifila already. "Andthe pricraaresure to make vmi ift-Up and J Sw* JS a savin, of fro,n $5 to suit, uome and investigate, m . ( [ $12.50 and 14.00 Suits now $10.Qo\$t6.50 and 17.50 Suits now $11.25 | $20.00 and 22.50 Suits now $1650 5 Suits left to Sell at $7.50 $25.00 Ladies Suits now $19.50 $27-50 and 3...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 December 1912

l-m $«^Pffl v3'j$Pjl• rat m I ' W '• <•!' : ■ ■ m-iWW*. w$ ' i'A lOU Hil — ' ||f|| — Ml .. i • )My. ■ Mm J V of ailiclcs lliat will make the mother, sister, t>rother, fiend. This is mere- I-" il article*['you will find 0 Gifts men Folks £&$$ iS of Silks and Dress Goods in our special 5 dav sale. ««*, 11U1I bad as to keep people from coming to town, so we decided to continue the .sale until Xmas. lover, for they represent unusually attractive values. know what that means for we carry a very large stocd. the la-it several days the weather was Ihese low prices should intsriaft every economy 4 , , , , i • , i ouvui'i I' 11. r;i <zo v K3vr*i V tSCUl And remember this sale includes our entire stock of silks and dress good-, and Over 50,000 Yards of Goods Takes Part in This Big Sale l''Y. I11( |)c itu ip t. 2.00; 2")C 5c ami up to 3.50 il aiiil up n j §o 3.50 1 ii| 1.7 an (J.00 to .00 nd up to iy.50 am up to 21.50 ;l) ( mi up to 12.50 hi i p to 15.iM) i€ Men at • at !5c and 1....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 December 1912

SANTA CLAUSI HEADQUARTERS We Have A Large Stock of ! Christmas Toys and other Holiday Goods and you can get what you want here at reasonable prices. Don't fail to see Our Display before buying. COLLIER ILEY Miss Thelma Iley Matrried to Mr. H. C. Collier of Dallas, Friday Afternoon. Ai Hilt's Mi sioref | MEXIA, - - - - TEXAS. M. SELF SATISFACTION will be your lot, for you will surely be WELL PLEASED WITH YOUR- SELF if your GOOD JUDGMENT leads you to place YOUR ACCOUNT IN OUR HANDS. And then it's our business to 5^eep you well pleased. H. C. ROLLER H.&TC Oil Burning Locomotives LOw Round "rip Fares SOUTH AN' i > SOUTHEAST FOR HOLIDAY TRAVEL December 21-2-3, 1912 HEAVY RAILS ROCK BALLAST SAFETY IN TRAVEL F<'r retail information ask the Local Ap:ent ANIMATION IN INANIMATE THINGS All inanimate objects are sup- posed to be without the power of locomotion, but just read the following and see how many re- markable things they really do do. A bean stalk, a hay rake, a rail fence, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 December 1912

■HKGVt On kist Friday evening Dai;. 6, Muss Liaie Mae Parker entertain- ed a number of her guvl. friendK at a six oclock dinner. Although the weather was eold and rainy outside, everything was ohe<T,y within, When the guests had ar- rived they were ushered inty the dining room where places were set for Misses Carrie Bonner, LA- Dunlnp, Lucille Denning, Elliotte Hows, Martha Corley, Madeline Cnnvpholl, (Jlis Sessions, Bet tic Kennedy, Mary Rod and the hostess.. v The room wi^ l eantiftilly deto- nated in the Christinas eolors, TOfiett ami evergreens. Toasts were given, with Miss Carrie Bonnier as toast mistress, to Liz- zie, who is to leave us as noon as who completes her high school course here. Then a eourse din- ner was served whw'h was en- joyed by everone. At 8 ocloek the other guest.s began to arrive, who were M<*>«s Porter Bob Forrest, Par- ker Means, Roland Gardner, Fort Smith, Jim Alderman, Lee Long, Victor Men nor and Aubrey Dick- son.. A dwlightful evening was spe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 December 1912

DESTROYING THE COTTON ' IfeSKET BY LAV onn'ttNvlltleH th* piIvlli'flt* anil ad- vantage ot the moat tdvttltcod Hy«lH>u at "W ttit jf J* to trie you kn always an ab Wi Are You A Prisoner ol Re I : IH Are you still paying toll Landlord? Don't >w that interest is cheaper than rent don't you think it is ut time you were ikin£ These Shackles? believe we can show you the way. O u r Superior Money Loan connections aids us in helping yot. R. J. Ellington, Maxia, Texas Robert Erickso TINNIER All Kinds of Tin Work und Re- pairing Guttering; Spouting, Rainproof: Flues, .Well Casing and Tanks. Maxia, Texas. PIANOS AND ORGANS AT FACTORY PRICES 30 Days Free Trial-TERMS EASY Or such well-known makes as Kimball, Webber, Ivers & Pond, Brush & Lane, Smith & Barnes, Jesse French, Kohler & Campbell, Packard. Leyhe and Schaeffer Pianos. Kimball Organs, and the famois Steinway, Weber, Stuy- vesant, Wheelock, Stroud and Steck Pianola Pianos. Terms of $2. SO and up, monthly. WRITE US ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

J. SaiiiiloiU Mnitii lor HRfc, UFli and TORNADO Insurance, flfcxia, lexa*. l The Mexia Weekly Herald. Thirteenth Year. MEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, 1>W\ If), 1912 m - a merry christmas to all - KR1S KRINGLE IN COMMON CLAY MODEL BY C. A. BEATY. 1 mmm*. v A Christmas Carmen 3ohn (Jrtenkaf Ulhittkr Sound over all waters, reach out rroiti all lands, Che chorus or sokes, tfa 91 hands; Sing hymns that were smig by the stars of the morn, Sins songs or the angels when Jesus was born: lUlih glad imitations Biin^ hope to flw nations! the darK tiislu is ending and dawn has &egi!n( Kise, h?jx or (he aqes, arise, Mc the sun, JJH speech flow to itius'c, an hearts heat as one! Blow, bugles of battle, the marches or peace; Cast, west, north and south, let the long auarrel cease: Sing the song or great |oy that the angels began. Sing or glory to God and or good will to mam Hark, io;ning in chorus Che heavens bend o'er us; Che dark night is ending and dawn has begun; Rise, hope or the ages, arise l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

t'W ■ / ;;r - ... ; . NEWS NOTES : m. ' < AMUSEMENT. W.C.T.I). ORGANIZED SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE From Groesheck Journul. Marriage License. Jno. Carpenter and Marv Wes- J t\V. Ira C, Cox and Ldtft Gertrude Wil S(>11. -'i Kirven Johnson and Lizzie Belle Johnson. James Garner and Mattde < 'nil- Paid in Full. At the Citizen* Opera .Monday night Dee. 23, C. S. Prim r^r will pmscnt Eugene Walter s 'L';ud in Full," a jvlay of con- | uifitooi'uneou.s American 1 ifo, by .•vviyboity considered the creat- es ainl the most entertaining Idramu produced in this country in .years, and beyond all question tin- most popular. No other play fj(.ers wero h .s ever earned such a reputa- tion as "Paid in Full" has at- I tainedV Its ssiicee-ss is truly sen-! ^ .Mrs. Nannie W. Curtis, State I'resident of the Texas Woman's 1 louse | Christian Temperance Union, lec- tured to the women of Mexia at the Haptisit ehuruh Monday after- noon at three oelock. telling of the dii'E'e....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

HEU li Pvi r' \l / V A V Money to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS :*£* .• :.i !«,• " ' ' li- ■ ■_ y : J, . :J VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loutm on Keal Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by ine anil loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Alexia, Texas Local and Personal, Ladies Toilet Sets at Piittiuaas. MARRIED. Payne and married in Co morning and left invmcdi San Francisco, and will ,M for 1913 are now be- and by far the pret ve yet seen is •nt out by the Mun- in ; ger company. Ifc in a genuine j I WACO IS LAYING . - NEW GAS MAINS . Waco, Dec. 15.—Several miles a few duyw for Manilla, I'. I., photograph ot a beautiful! girl I di new gas mains are being put I where Air. Payne holds a rcstpon-j and will make a beaut ifii pie-1 down to accomodate the rapidly «il)le position with; the govern- Iture for any parlor. The ealen-1 growing suburbs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

•~"T« w ~ w - rr* - THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. TQ OUR READERS 'LET IT SLIP AND mm/mam m MD SUBSCRIPTION One Year, .. Six Months, . Three Months, RATES. .. .. *1.00. 50. )<: \ Mi Entered as seeond-clasa ^arch 6, 1908, at the postoffiee at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Con- gress ot March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. % Page 1 issue 7-50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 6.00. *4 Page 1 issue, .. .. .. 4.50. Each Subsequent issue, .. 3.60. Less Than One Quarter Page. For lirst insertion—p«r inch 20c. Each Subsequent issue—per inch 15 ci'iits. Readers per line—each Issue 5c. Discounts on yearly contracts. ANOTHER YEAR CONE This will be the lust issue of the Herald this year, a-s we will not gvt out a paper during Christinas week, as there is clean ing up to do and .the office boys want to take a co-uple oi' days off during the holidays to v ^ < rest up a little for the next J&l years w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 December 1912

HHM — _ — _ # INE VALUES IN HOLIDAY MERCHANDISE MMBI JOS. NUSSBAUM & CO. T#iz> P/>!iWu Tn Wo-sr G&ftinn ls the Mecca of bargain seekers. The prices I HC FxGoUy'" I Um ww CCIf CffUfl now made on all garments place them within the reach of everyone, having kept our lines complete all season we are perhaps in better position than others to fill your particular want. The garment here offered represents the latest and best, styles that are attractive and authoritatave. Price concessions of interest to every one. M Ladies Fine Tailored Suits Our Entire Line of Ladies and Misses Coat Suits at Just i HALF PRICE i $30.00 Suits at $15.00 25.00 Suits at $12.50 20.00 Suits at ♦. $10.00 15.00 Suits at $7.50 10.00 Suits at $5.00 25 per cent Discount on all Ladies and Misses Tailored Skirts. 33 1-3 per cent Discount on all Childrens Coats, Including Cloth and Bear skin Coats. Ladies Silk Petticoats in all Colors at a Reduction of 25 per cent. Ladies Long and Short Kid Gloves Extra 16...

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