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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

-W, , j ■ I m" I Central Presbyterian Church, Mexiali R j };J UN(il()VS REAL ESTATE OFFICE is imp: Land Buyers' Headquarters Eighteen long years study of Land Values is free to Land BUYER and SELLER If you have Land to Sell remember ELLINGTON S LAND OFFICF is the Headquarters of both Land Buyer and Land Seller. Money to Loan On Vendors Lien Notes If you want to talk business over phone, call me at my expense. Office Phone 157 Residence Phone 272 R. J. ELLINGTON l m m m i ■ <d m ( * We believe in a simple yet suf- jof any <■< tn>11 inni<*;int beyond a TKR." We take the Word of 'i ficient Creed. Our Church says, personaI faith in JBST-S (JIIRI'SI <*«hI as the only infallible Rude this; "In the Presbyterian as SON' of (1013 and SAVIOR of of our l-'aith and Practice. II Church no acceptance of the doc- the Would, and a sinccre aeccpl-iyou can accept the above statc- trines of the church i.s required ; ance of HIM as LORD and MAX*) incuts of doctrine, you will iwakc an ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

§ |K£r;'i f %- 1 . SSWRft 'IS i.' r; ■ rJ\ ; > Second Section. Pages 1 to 8 SPECIAL BOOM EDITION 'Me J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance. n«la, Icxaa. The Mexia Weekly Heral ; - ..— —; Fourteenth Year ALEXIA, TEXAii THURSDAY, OOT. 9, 1913. $1.00 Par Ymr £TS ACREAGE, SOIL, CLI- MATE, POPULATION, IN- DUSTRIES, AND OTH ER VALUABLE IN FORMATION. From Texas AIuuuumj aud In dust rial Guide we get the follow- ing information abouft Limestone county. It lies in Eiast Central Texas; erewted in 1846 from Rob- ertson County and organized the same year; named for limestone rock, wihich is found in many sections; area 987 square miles; population 34,621 in 1910 as against 32,573 in 1900. Groes- becik, the county seat, had a pop- ulation of 1,454 in 1910 and 1,462 in 1900. Mexia is the chief city j population 2)694 in 1910 a* against 2,393 in 1900. Rosse Thornton and Ooolidge «r® ijn" pen-taut towns in the county. It is served by three railroads: the Bonis.ton and Texaa Cent...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

□ o B s;«; IM V" ' ' Ippl We have moved to the building recently occupied by Brodnax and Jackson. We have put in many improvements, including new jggj furnishings, and now have a commodious, comfortable and convient place to entertain and serve our friends- f< ' * / , , • 1 '" ' > , ; " -■# , "! , . ; $ \ '■, '! , • . . Ovster Parlor and Ladies Cafe This is one of the many improvements we have made. We will be prepared to serve an Attractive Menu in Short Orders, and Oysters any style in Season. \ - ' • ' ' .C '\ y ■ v ~ After The Show Remember we are waiting with a warm welcome for you. Hot or Cold Drinks of all kinds. Fresh • •• .1 ♦ Candies—Nunnally's and Beichs—a fresh shipment every week. For Everything in the Confectionary, and Fruit Line, Fine Tobaccos and ^4$*^ Cigars, Call and See Us. FOWLER. BROS. Proprietors E3QOBEI wmm* mmemmmmmmxmmg |(lm & pn|LUpS A Hi $8 IT -4. 5S£ ^TWflftPBnBArnpnx "• IT I# i Jess McLendon I C i Real Estate | FOR SALE | i . 196 Acres 5 miles...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

, • < 'W; • . i ■ I ' ' Wt * MEXIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS Board of Trustees; J. Desenberg1, President; J. W. Kincheloe, Vice-President; Tracy McKenzie, Secretary; R. W. Cosnahan, V. B. Gardner, H. M. Munger, J. M. Tidwell. 1 Schoiaatic jiopulabion, 1913-14 including transfer* S(>4 Teaoliors employed, High A TEACHER'S CREED believe in l>u,vs arid yirls, the i^hmi ami women of groat tomorrow: thai whatsoever the boy sawitlh the man shall reap. I beHf've in tin* curse of ig- norance, in Hie efficacy of schools, in the dignity of teachiriy, anil the jo.v of serving another. I believe In wisdom as revealed in human lives as well as in the pages of :i printed hook: in lessons taught not so much by precept as by example; in ahllty to work with tiie hands as well as to think with the head, in in everything that makes life large and lovely. I helicvc in beauty in the .school room, in the home, in daily life and out-of-doors. I believe in laugh- ter, in love, in all ideals and distant hopes ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

y - ■ H ■: I. THE HERALD SubiUhsd Evtrv Thur«< y. N. P. HOUX, Editor und Proprietor, SUBSCRIPTION R*TtS t> « Year, .. .. H.lW. (U* Month*. .. M«. Three Month* ;\S SPIPERS HAVE SENSE When Mark Twain, his ear- i\ d.v s was editor of a Ivit,x superstitious subsonberi wrote to him sax mg that ho had Berry-Barnett Grocery Co. aid .a f£ *- n! I ! Axk: i *14381 \s if jfvHVl ll % ^y^nd-c^ matter , Jfoivh 6, 1904s At Ut* pOttftffVc *t ur'mM N* ^ TO <1 >M«\U TVxa*. «mW the act vtf Coo* uul prinusl rt 't mvr nHI VWI«K ^! •k or had. The! hit* !h^ .tn^wr of M*wh S. 18TS. ADVERTISING RATES 1 I luu US.00. «*.h SutetMuent Umu*. ,, .00. % fas* l l *uo. 7.SO. Slac.Ii Subsequent Issue. EOCk H Pair* I luu*. .. .. Kau-h Subsequent t**u<\ .. 5.50. L**s Than On« Quarter Pag*. "OM i.h Subscriber Finding a, sputor in your paper was neither I ! stood husk nor had luck for yo«. The spider was merely looking i tw our paper to see which ra*- chant not advertising. so that «■ «•«® *>■ s,™ i ■ S...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

wm ~—*- mm m gg w: ■?% zM i v Of My Friends, Customers and Strangers, I have Decided to Continue one of the Greatest Sales that has ever been Experienced in Mexia wiLL CONTINUE SALE 5 Days UNTIL OCT. 20TH 5 Days Nothing M Like It in Mexia Before Nothing Reserved Throughout The Entire Stock •m r/~\f T may think it strange for a mer- Y I 11 J chant to put on a sale ot this * character, at this season of the year—While business is good, and money plenti- ful and other merchants are selling at a profit. Though i have made this a rule for many years of the past. At this present writing while I have done as long a business, as in the past. I find that I have over bought, and the goods must be sold, I am making them at prices that will absolutely make you stop and think. T A W H I fjn _|E THERE will be nothing reserv- ed throughout the en- tire store. Everything is marked in plain figures, I have supplied the wants and needs of hundreds of my customers, and if you hove not visited the grea...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

. iAtfcU-Jjiitew&Miiw. W)MMW MMWa 1 V Biscuits mhiihhihiihii Baked1 Wit, i You never tasted daintier, lighter, fluffier biscuitsf than those bilked with Calumet, They're always good — delicious. Pnr fjilmnrh in* 611 res perfect baking. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World'* Pur® Food Exposition, Chicago. Illinois. Paris Exposition, France, March, 1912. t 1 ankee Robinson 3 Ring Circus I Will Positively Exhibit in | sday, October 21st I Mexia. TTJroraMli "WiSf. ■4 y > M | Look what Buffalo Bill says of Disbanded | I WORLDS GREATEST WILD WEST SHOWS 1 7 , fM | | I Thecause of y^l I WILD WEST ■ M W'l i ===== • : • ;,v -*1 , ; .1 > * our failure was; Moving Picture Theatres now a days as you all know present more REALISTIC SCENES for ten cents than is possible for a Wild west show to present—St. Louis Globe Democrat. 1 Don't be deceived by smaller shows, but Wait for the BIG 3-RING CIRCUS. Special Excursion Rates on all Railroads Remember the Date Nor, MEXIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21st. I ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

\/ / I\1 otU&APQ oVeivs £>^ss \\vaw Cost This week we place on sale sixteen pieces of Imported Woolens, consisting of: BRUNELLA8- 42 inches wide; colors, .brown, wine and Tessa Cutta. FRfcNCH SUITINGS Colors; wine, blue and grey. STRIPED SUITING Royal blue, navy. BASKET WEAVES-* Colors; plum, brown. These are 42 inches wide, all wool imported and are worth $1. we offer them at the yard Monday and the rest of the week ........ .. . 59c Take advantage of our Mail Order De- partment. Our shoppers are experienced and thorough. I W*> are requested ) I liia! tlie Brotherhood ol Locowio announce i ijjtm • will >n fireman of Teague sixth annual ball < Lfi vi.ti.y night, and the young peo- ple <>,|" jfftxwi ii,re cordailly iit- j vi|ed to go over and have a Rood I time. Music will be furn ished .by j a Dallas orchestra. We hope our | young people go over and return i the call paid our city Monday! night by the live young people of I our sister city. u \f Where a Dollar ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

ys.^f YOU CANT EAT APPETITE POOR BETTER MEXIA 101 RANCH SHOW There is a great siiinl and written tor incut of our town deal tx'iny the better* and country Multitudes of people lone their appetite. Simply don't care (or any- thing to eat. The dinner bell has no Interest to them. They loathe their breakfast. They may nibble a little of this and a little of that, but they do not care for it. ■ Lunch has lost all of its charms, although they try to eat something. Dinner about the same. There is something positively wrong, of course, but no disease that can b«- named. Just out o£ sorts, about out* and H half years wgO That is all. It is in this kind of a .and after reading Mr. DMm<r- lou's coniimunieatLon in the Ni'Ws. which was good and part- ly to the point, it caused nie to think ami to remember that condition rimr.r. pits H5 hBn*®°laUy- After using Peruna, Interest In food is revived. Beginning with a tea- spoonful of Peruna before each meal •will generally quickly improve the app...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

■ gr TV . ^ I' .5 * '''• •'' *$!*'• , ' pi —— <SH Cheeves' Stores AT Mexia Waxahachie Cameron Temple Marlin McKinney r* i. Jmkk m / > v-at- \ l''!- CHEEVES BROTHERS & CO. Our stock of Dress Goods, Millinery, Ladies Ready-to-wear, Shoes, Clothing and Mens Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Suit Cases is one of the most complete ever shown in this Section. The enormous purchasing power of our chain of stores enables us to make you lower prices on many lines of merchandise. We would welcome the opportunity of showing you through our fall stocks of merchandise priced at live and let live prices. Cheeves' Stores AT Mexia Waxahachie Cameron Temple Marlin McKinney | 1 I II m , Dry Goods Ginghams 10c. M uch better values, in fact we offer at this uniform price practically all lines and brands, of Ginghams shown by other stores at 12 1 -2c for 10c. Outings 10c. You can buy outing for 10c a yard any- where but when it conies to getting such plump weights, full nap, pretty patterns as we s...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 9 October 1913

mi % to: I; /■ ' h ■ l; • -, . ' Every Yard of Silks and Dress Goods r Silks at 35c This is an unusual bargain in silks—this lot consists of solid color messalines in the 19 inch width—it is a beautiful quality and we have it in a full line of color- ings—sale price, the yard 35c Every yard of Silk and every piece of Dress Goods—everv kind, every J Goes on Sale Saturday, October the 11th at Unprecedented Low Prices color—goes on sale Friday at extraordinary low prices. This means that right at the beginning of the season, when you will be wanting new dresses, you can make your selections from the largest assortment of Silks and Dress Goods in Central Texas, and at prices that will mean a big saving to you. We are holding this sale because our stocks of Silks and Dress Goods are entire- ly too large and we want to get them down to normal proportions. The reductions are radical note the items listed on this page—but remember if what you should want is not listed here, you will find it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 October 1913

Sec J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO insurant**, Texas. M > >. )> The Mexia Weekly Herald. Fourteenth Year. SHOP MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCT. 1<i, 1913. Mexia has ever had. Best Loca- tion, best equipment and best workmen. The City Blacksmith Shop is now located in its new iron build- ing on corner east of City Hall. New modern power machinery and other up-to-date equipment for all classes of Blacksmithing, Wood- work and Horseshoeing. Two First-Class Horse-Shoers * and the highest salaried black- smiths ever employed in Mexia. All work guaranteed or money re- funded. GIVE US A TRIAL The City Blacksmith Shop MEXIA, TEXAS. A GREATER MEXIA Have read the article publish- ed by Mr. Ellington yesterday. I am for Mexia, therefore I en- dorse his Get Toother Call. I bu-Vf; ) « «• • fh't;'- i"; t'• so.. ;«*! weeks that some one ought to issue such ■ a call. NTo town, has ever grown yet without team' work. ALl horses and inules1 pull, but some of them pull on the hold...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 October 1913

IT HOUSE NEWS NOTES TIME TO PAY UP / SO MX ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. By Special Correspondent. Marriage Licenses. Monroe Williams ami lio.swiie Williams. Boston lvennp aud Lilliie John- ••olloe-t subscriptions ittos I as very few have paid i | Iwmiu* today form La Porte, and Owear luut failed, no far, U> say anything About that pig. That I pig will be. Ikxst to obi uviim in the J next two or ithiHie (lays. -As thy feiilll Nsewiaon ies vvel'1 ad- 1j. Pat Lewioh amid Torn M. Cain vaneed and we have mode no of. auv liik'tMiicd until) "Ziimmiie aind1 tort to I Ziiirif: it\ " Torn is nootn to rowi*!?u I fur, ain* liiis piKSiitriooo h*nvi to fill his cmi- tup, we urge all who know tlieon- ti'iM-it with til lie people of the l/H- to be in. arrears for sub- tle lipazotf Sellihil. Ky 1'iiiiisuii | > '(■ i*ii|>'tin>n to the lleuNildi, to krn 11- tlieirenf, Tom i^ im liiwli wpirilw, l'.V call and <ltivide np with u<(. white Pait appiMirw to be more w It tak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 October 1913

f \ ' s d 1 f 1 w I I9IJ STAIt FAIR THE BEST EVER Entertainment Feature Without Parallel in Southwest. OFFERS RICH PRIZES President of State F ir of Tex« Tolls of Aims of the Management in Their Efforts to Make the Next State Fair Groatest in History. DuIIuk. Texas—Tlie Tw«nty-filBhth ftriniiul meeting oi iin- aiaia r\ lr of Texas- wll be held at Dalas Saturday, October 18, to Sunday, November 1 PlariH (or making the 1913 Fair an unparalleled success* havs one end In view, declares President 1. J. Eckford. and that Ig to make it a source of In- •Filiation to tho entire population of tli* Southwest, or, in other words, a areat university where the very latest developments In every line of progress and every branch of industry are to be taught and demonstrated He said: "The richness of our premiums (more than $75,000 in value) promises to bring forth the greatest exhibition in the Fair'B history. The entries in all lines are being made in such numbers as to indicate more and better ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 October 1913

1 J I- . ' •"I iJteSfc HERALD AS OTHERS SEE US N. P Editor and ■v«rv Thursday. . HOUX, Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION Ou Year US Months, .. .. Throe Months. .. RATES. .. .. *1.00. &0. 25. ■stored as second-class matter Month 6. 1908, at the postoffiee at Mailt. Texas, under the act of Con- VMS of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATE8. 1 Page 1 Issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. % Page 1 Issue 7.60. Bach Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. Ew* ... fiOU. _ u «quent lafiUtti . i 3.6l). t l.e«8 thin One QiUrtfer Page. For first Insertion—per Inch 20c. Each Subsequent Issue—per Inch IE cents. Readers per line—each Issue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. A nmv land has been discover- Many Thanks for the Following Nice Compliments Paid Our Special Edition. The Post has roceavekl the sj>ce- ial edition.- of t he Mexia Weekly Herald. published at Mexia, Tex- as, October 9, 1913. The paper iM>usiiist,.s pf twenty pages of aible and )iaii>ils.oiiM'l:y illustrated juptii- olee devoted to t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 October 1913

*#**** • "> 73 ANNUAL TOUR THE ORIGINAL 73 AjNNUAL TOUR THE ORIGINAL Will Positively Exhibit e^t EXHIBITING UNDER THE LARGEST CANVAS EVER CONSTRUCTED 3 Rings. 1000 People 2 Trains of Cars. 2 Herds of Elephants. 300 Circus Artists $1,000,000 Invested. $4,270 Daily Expenses. Seats f<S 10,000 People I ;v V : M If;',;, CAHT. BUCK'S 20-PERFQRMING SEA LIONS-20 •"USm&T" GREATEST RIDING SHOW HER EXHIBITED INCiU0lM« ALBERT DAVENPORT, Champion Bareback Rider of the World. FRED and BESSIE COSTELLO. World Champion Jockey Riders. MARIE DAVENPORT, AHt> Mile. MINNIE SWEENEY, Acknowledged Cham- pion Lady Principal Equestriennes. RALPH BOWSER, England's Famous Jockey. 1 300-REAL CIRCUS ARTISTS-300 CO-REAL FUNNY CLOWNS-OO 10-ROYAL TOKIO JAPANESE-10 "BUCK DIAMOND," TBE BALL-ROOM BORSE Ross Asbcralt's High-School Horses FAMOUS WIZARETTE WIRE FAMILY TEXAS BILL'S WILD WEST INCiUttlNO OKLAHOMA DAN, Champion Buokliur Bronco Rider of the W >rld. MOUNTAIN NELL. Champion Rifle Shot of the Worl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 October 1913

IP >' •«M 4 ** , : AUTO POLO GAMES | CROP FUND ONLY 41 SUFt FAIR FOR SAFE BANKS B£ST ONLY FOR NATIONS TO UNITE FAIR PAIRONS IN PERRY TRIBUTE 1 I World'* Moit Sensational Sport to Feature Grandstand, | Treasury to Deny Aid to All starts with argument Taking Risky Loans, H. A- Hankinson, Originator, Telli of ( Beginning of The&e Contests. Te«ni at Dallas Is on World Tour. Dallas, Texan—"Auto polo, a now Same out of (he West, will be played for thu rirsa time in the Southwest In 'font of the race track grandstand and the coining SttUe Fair of Texas wW opens Saturday, October is. and closes Sunday, November 2," said Pres- ident J J Eckford yesterday. "Contract lia.s Just been closed for six machines and eighteen men, who will come to Dallas under the direction of H. A Hankirison of Kansas City, Mo„ the •riglnator of the world's most sensa- tional sport. It ly declared that this game takes more harum scarum, dare devil driving thsn any sport ever yet evolved by man, and the enthus...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 October 1913

r, V w ( ■ SUM ITEMS i—— . JB!J!_ 1. I!J1 JL1 REVIVAL SERVICES : This wook !uu,s begum with be«iu ' ' 'Ie Church began « | tif.ul weaUhw and sveryhodjy m mrH* of wvLval ««rvioet y ester-; busy picking uoUxmi. iiiiwl gathfrn*- lliwa will be no day «'r-, | v9o<ti thiw week. But at 7.Mi each nilghlt this week there will be services. All the text« an* to I bo t/inkiji, from the book of I J ami's. The following is the or- [ d«r for this weak. Thursday 7.30, JajlW* 4:9, '' Subjetirve Conduct.-" Friday 7 30, Jainu* 4:10, "Hum bl>e'Yourself." Saturday 7.30, Janus 1 :18, '! R< DEUOTOIY Lodf* ODD FELLOWS iing <!ioouii. Tho Singing at Mr, J<dui W'eLLs Saturday nijghlt wus well artitendcd and all had a fine tiane. Tile ladies of the Woodiaen Ciir die gave a Box, Supper Friday nigbt at ibis place was mot very well attended on aeeounit of the cloudy weather, but think all had on enjoyable time. Perhaps those ladies wiill try tha/t agailn. gwisnntino. Sirjigkg at Mi-. J. E. Wells Su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 16 October 1913

unjnmb Itohing Cured healing rnodioa- Dr, llabtjow's Kczhmiiu penetrnties every tiny of the, sloin, cltuwis it uf tull, I'm- stops i'chinig iaiKtunit- ly. l)r, IIoIvnivu'n Eczentiia Oint- ment 'is guartwn t eed to .speedily heal fti-zwnva, rashes, rimy;warm, tetter and other unsightly e.rup-j tiions. Bczeium O Lint 1111'lili is a doctor's pi^ncnipt ion, not-un w periniiemt. All druggists in- by. WILSON-MEANS On lust W'Otl'UjeHclu.N evening, Oct. Still, tut tho home oi' the briitie'is parents Mr. wad Airs. V. Iv. Mi',aiis. Mr, H11rlo.sn.11 Wilson aiul Miss Rlunotll .Means were united in marriage, Rev. Dr. lied ut't'iiciiai in<,'. - A very large eomjpauiy oi' ItKffiR PUflfflMS: BEIIER EXHIBITS 1913 State Fair Conclusive Evi. ence of Southwest.'* Growth. EDUCATIONAL FEATURES mail, 5<)c. Pt'eif tor (' Philadelphia and St. tViilMliI lenuoal Co., font t< and relative were w itiiKv* the pnetty mills, prcs- cc co- ring Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENTIST Office—Front rooms over Parlor Drug S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 23 October 1913

Ubnt ty ■ft? 1,1 See J. Sandfond Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO lnsura**€, /le*ia, lexas. \ M V K 1/ The Mexia Weekly Herald. fourteenth Year. J #M>! 1 t{ ?£} MEXIA, TEXA& THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 1913. $1.00 Per Year. \ +/■• f m iSs (W r SELLING AT COST 9 In Order to Make Room for a Large Stock of >.^8 C\\TV&\mas &0Q&S |k We are going to offer at and below Cost, Every Article in Our Store Here are only a few of the many bargains we are offering: #4.00 Clonics _... 92.50 2.50 Hugs .... $1.50 1.50 Counterpanes — $1.00 •25 Towels per pair 20c 15 " " "• IOC 10 Handkerchiefs 5C 5 " 2 for . -r 5c 00 Dolls (dressed) ... . 1" 36 c 2.50 Rayo Lamp.. . ♦ $1.25 1.50 Decorated Lamp 85c 1.(30 Lamps 65 c 75 " 50c <55 " 40c 1.50 Lanterns 60c 10 Lamp Chimneys 5c 15 Decorated Chimneys 10c 50 Brooms 35c 40 " 25c 7;> Dish pants 50c 1.00 " " 65c 25 S t mts pitcher (1 - 2 gal.) —... 15c 1.00 Large bottle of Ink 40c SO Ladies Hand Satchels 25c JVO Large salad bowls v 25c All Kinds...

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