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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 November 1913

i' ,• -V', ...ty, , ■ ' THl herald Published Every Thursday. ' N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. ■uk ot'u-ial Felix D a* h<- t>i* SUBSCRIPTION Onw Year Six Months Three Mouths. .. RATES. .. .. $1.00. 50. . 26. Cnter«d as seoouii class matter March 6, 1908, at the poatoffice at Mexia, Texas, uuder the act of Con- 0r M of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 Issue $12.00. Each Subsequent Usue, .. 9.00. V6 Page 1 Issue 7.60. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 8.00. M Pace 1 Issue 4.50. Eich Subsequent Issue, .. 3.50. Less Than One Quarter Page. For first Insertion—par Inch 80c. Each Subsequent Issue—per Inch It cents. Readers per line—each Issue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. iu Mt*xi- W i till cow- ai'dk-i" because he tnmk rofugb iviul'ir l ini-lm Sam's fin sr. U i t cowardice for a sensible titan- to ski i' stop a rattlie niuiIcc that is hirkinr.tr* by the roadswle read.\ kt pike as Ivi' passes : ,o A MEXIA BOOSTER. ""™~~ * Cod. N. P. lloux, editor of the Mt'xia. HesaLd was i...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 November 1913

v>r. ? . ■ ;"-' ' k ■■•"- . ti '/ .' '.. --..Hi' *w M : I :' I •'• ! I i I am going to quit the Dry Goods business in the City of Mexia—I must vacate the build- ing January the first, as same has been leased for a term of years. 1 am forced to offer my entire stock of Dry . Goods, Shoes Hats and Clothing at Wholesale y-.y ''V'; t; ■ \ , > ' ■>*•' . cost in order that I can fill my contract to de- liver the building on the first of the year. Below you will find my cost mark so you can see for yourself that 1 am doing just what _ \ say. Here it is. -12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 Repeater B A N S G P X IKY Z No Goods will be charged during this sale, I cannot afford to sell at cost and wait for the money. Come early, as the earlier you come the wider selections you will have to choose from. Notwithstanding 1 have just closed a big sale, the stock is now practically complete. v*v \\vvs <jrea\. cos\ sale, xo'vW be a V>v^ Voser. *5Vve saVc vs xvo\b cm. f _r , You'll have to hurry if y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 13 November 1913

Insomnia Cause IG suun ON Sick Headache.' Tlijs distressing d ■< eiWiu re suits truan u the Wt< rd'TOtl Condition off inael), unit cflji no ami bv talc (air Chamber! Tablet- T. (&, B F >r mi bv 11 d<«ttU i-xcelleht ^onvenien Jourteous Equipment, Schedules, Treatment. n> Kuch W*v Daih VENDOR S LIEN NOTES ^ AND EXTENDED. J Mil ,have arra capital wher o make loans < direct to born tions madfe by ffed' >y 1. on gnubtad Estate ers. Inspec- ts and i loans losed at Mexia without aekiv. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. j drin I L)ru Line I upplie cigars, n-fe; dm - tc. jook •. P. Pey Tu^iay Ule, Also CO I t Roller •G ih v With it*- Connections Offers SHPERK >K ACCOMODATION^ \ LowIUcun lTripjSummer Tourist fares Tickets ion Sale daily June 1st tp Sep- temberJSoth with linal return limit of October 31st. CHOICE <>F ROUTKS VIA, •' .1 "Waco, Fort Worth or Dallas and 'Memphis ' W..M. VV hlTE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas i our . liver lac. LIV-VER$£& ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 November 1913

6ee J. Sandfoid Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insuram*:, flexia, lexaa. \ ■ = ERA LD. fourteenth Year. HEXIA, TEXAS, rill'KKDAY, NOV. 20. 1918. $1.00 Per Y««jr. | CASH GROCERIES I THE STRIKE SETTLED HH jca.:. P||g ' ''ff? . ■' ." On and after Nov. I, I will Sell Groceries for Cash only. This means to every one, the Rich and Poor, Strangers and Friends alike. On the same date I will discontinue free de* jS livery service. j A wireless from Houston this morning states that the strike on the Sunset lines has been settled [The railroad company agreed to meet the joint com- mittee and adjust the differences, and the men all went back to work, and the trains are now moving C! as usual. illy .IX M 1 ^ By cutting out this expense and the source of 0 continual loss in bad accounts, I will be able ^ to sell you groceries much cheaper as prices below will prove. Best Missouri Flour—good as made Granulated Suger 181bs Pea Berry Coffee 4 1-2'lbs Rio Coffee 5 1-2 lbs. - ... Any Dollar pail Cof...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 November 1913

.v., >, ■ ■' 5!S? - Community Co-Operation COPYRIGHTED FARM AND RANCH-HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE FARM AND RANCH-HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE WEKKI«A COMM,UNITY CO OPERATION SERVICE. Not long ajro Uvu ,uon w,,,v over 11 IteU Kivol' vulloy tariu. I In' soil was a deep, ivd chocolate loum utiil the cornfield tliey were passing, us it proved when harvested later, hud more than one hundred bushels to the acre on it. Three years before the owner had bought the farm for *12 per urn-. \ "What Is that land worth?" asked one of the men. - "That is a rather difficult question to answer," returned the other. "If this land were in two or throe miles of the county seat it would be worth $2<H> jx«r acre. As it Is. more than 1*> miles ' jw«n town and with no roads, it would- n't sell for #20. Everybody knows that the highest priced lands in' any community are those nearest town and on roads load- ing into town, because such lands are most valuable. The public institutions that make life worth living scho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 November 1913

/ \ &a p0Yfde^ QU? NATURAL GAS AGAIN #ti°n O sbl"^ VP K —solved once for all by Calumet. For dally use in millions of kitchens has proved that Calumet is highest not only in quality but in leavening power as well—un- failing iu results—pure to theextreme—and wonderfully economical in use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. Received Highest Awards World'# Pin Food Eipoaitioa. Chicago, III. Marcs. VW/W0 Tm 4e 't Mfi noatT whan yoa b«f cUp «r bic-caa BMHi powder. Don't be MMMk Bur Calaaal. It ■•n •coaomicai aoro wholesome- fires bast rsaults. Calaaet is far snperior ta saar milk sad tada. H. K. I'i'iilcf and C'lms. De- Weeee, the two iimn who have been tiogagied in putting in nat- ural g&A iu tlio n.isiidnncws amd business l«>nsi'« ol' Mexia, were in Ton who Saturday, waking si r- i'au^nieutw to locate their shop here, and to do their share of the plumbing whim the pipe line roadies tliis city, These men have had a \vi<b' experii w,e in the different uras fie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 November 1913

SUBSCRIPTION On« Year Btx Months Three Months, ., Entered as second-clat>8 matter March 5, 1908. at the postofflee at M«otia, Texas, under the act of Coil- tress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 Issue $12.01). Each Subsequent Issue, .. 9.00. M Pago 1 Issue 7.50. Each Subsequent Issue. .. 6.00. Page 1 Issue 4.00. Each Subsequent Issue. .. 3.60. Less Than On* Quarter Page. For first Insertion—per Inch 20o. Koch Subsequent Issue—per Inch If cents. Readers per line—each tsaue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. LM In the mean time pay your poll ♦as so you can vote next year. ' : O ' Iluerta has refused to pay any Katlttmlou w' "Wilson's ' -tiemandB. and now it is Woodrow's move. o A head line in the Dallas News says: "Rent houses bad- ly needed." So, Dallas is. grow- ing right along also. Q That Dallas hen that lays eggs seven inches in circumference is some lien all right, and such eggs are calculated fill a fellow up. o A human skull, supposed to be 500,000 years old ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 November 1913

Vov. 24rd Tuesday, Nov. 2f>th Wednesdaj', Nov. 2'6 to* irqona Goods, Flannellettes, Suitings, Corsets, Dkss Goods, Silks of every description, Ready i ^ M&ys Only P8 Coats, Sweaters, Domestic®, Sheetings, Shirt- Pffe!"" v Shoes, Ribbons, Blankets, Collars, and hundreds' g) during the next 5 days, from now until en#, look at the prices—the values are unusuah articipate in this big underselling; event. TT 7T""N r ins p -ornptly at 8 o'clock Friday. At LT>c per |i 12 < ozen pairs? of ladies 50c black Silk Hone La*e Curtains at 9">c per pair we only the* j—they are ecru color—sold regular at .!5c Colgate.-. Talcum Powder at, 2 cans for xinp lain wil 1 go in this -2c iets Will go in this rd 12 (.'or iRust |t>. Jock Friday 'roof, l.r.O and 2.00 n HOUR jginfe promptly a 12 oclock Friday iii re fular M.)c quality tnessalfne ^nd t,aff#tit Ithis h ur sale at, 25c the yard. fori qui lity silk Charmeuse will go in this hour Ll sl.rt at 2 oclock Friday ia mo pairs of ladies |o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 November 1913

A . I Tilt SOUTHtRN ,L AS- SOCIATION the ■. can \ our son o t< be slat iu no 9 vvil this meeting auu question but . bo well rep- distinguished athering of Southern physicians. y( Pain in Back and Rheumatism. Torment thousands of people i daily. Don't be one of these sufferers when for so little cost you can get well rid of 'lie caAse. t'oui tit Lexington, Kentucky, Kidney Pills begin their Nov. 17-0, is claimed, will be j good work from, the .very first the mots. remarkable gathering (1 Titev exert so direct an The approaching meeting the Southern Mediead -\v of physicians ever assembled^ ioi the South. The program which has just been received in this of- fice allows that eYery one of the sixteen Southern states is repre- sent e<3 by a number of its most distinguished physicians. The subjects to be disciftseds opver the whole field of medicine and surgery but throughout the pro- gram subjects of particular in- terest to Southern physicians pre- ponderate. Texas is well repre- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 November 1913

\ If 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. District Clerk S. M. Garrett was up from Qroesbec-k Monday night to attend, the show. Mr. Garrett is one of the most popu- lar and efficient district clerks Limestone county lias ever had and will no doubt succeed him- self i'or a second term without opposition, as he is competent and an all round first class gen- tleman, John Baldwin of Coipus Christ is here visiting old time friends and attending the bedside of his brothen-in-law, Major Buck of Tehuaoana who is quite sick. j ■ I p ■ A large and enthusiastic audi- ence greeted Polly of the Circus at the opera house Monday night and witnessed' a first class show. From the time the curtai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 20 November 1913

«pp ■ S .r mm RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS SHOULD USR 5 DROPS Tho Boat Romody For all form* of Rheumatism POINT ENTERPRISE SMIOH ITEMS LUMBAGO. SCIATICA, COUV. NEURALGIA.^ AND KIDNEY TROUBLES S H OP THE FAIN Qfves Quick Rall«f |MHo Ott f H*awq " I Mlh III ■ \\\- HIV h ty weAther. Mr. Burlesor but «mpu " -o«o«" mm oh uti—r Immod Rheumatic Cure Co— W, MM M. CMKAtO - HOLIDAY EXCURSION Reduced Round Trip Rates VIA TO THE Old States Also to St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago and other Points. Tickets on sale December 20, 21 19X3. Limited for retu rn J an. 18, 1913. TO Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisana and Texas. Tickets on sale December 23, 54, 25, 20 and 31, 1913, Jan. 1st. 1914. Limited for return Jan. 6, 1914. Through Chairs and Coaches. Also Pullman Sleeping Cars. Fort Worth and Dallas to Mem- phis, and Waco to St. Louis. For rates'°find Full Information Call on Ticket Agent or write JOHNJF. LEHANE, Gent. Frt. and Pass. Agent. Tyler, Texas. GUS HOOVER, Traveling Pass Agent, Ft. Worth, Texas. Dr. J. L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 November 1913

9t't* Lit ottry See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO InsuraMe, flescia, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Hera fourteenth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS* THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1913. <1.00 Per Ymut. Community Co-Operation COPYRIGHTED FARM AND RANCH-HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE FARM AND RANCH-HOLLANDS MAGAZINE WEEKLY COM- MUNITY CO-OPERATION SERVICE. Advertised goods must have quality. The advertiser makes no profit on your first purchaso of his goods, as that profit is consumed in his adver- tising to you to induce you to try his products. He dopends npon your re- peat orders for his profits, and he can not expect repeat orders unless your first trial of the advertised article re- veals to you the satisfaction-giving qualities promised in the advertising. To advertise a worthless article would thus he the worst kind of folly. Moreover, the advertiser who has built up a reputation for his product has a large sum of money invested in the advertising and the food will that it has created. This food will is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 November 1913

- Mr ** ma Hp If 'X \J THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $1.00. BU Months o0. Three Months 25. Entered as aecoud-elustt matter March 6, 1908, at the postofflce at Alexia. Texas, under the act of Con- of March 3, 1879. POINT ENTERPRISE ANSWER THE CALL IIUllBIIBIIIHIIHHHHHBBHHHMtf' amg H ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Page 1 Issue $12.00. Each Subsequent issue, .. 9.00. % Page 1 Issue 7.50. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 6.00. hi Page 1 Issue 4.50. Each Subsequent Issue, .. 3.50. Lets Than One Quarter Page. For first insertion—per inch 20c. Bach Subsequent Issue—per inch t centa. Readers per line—each issue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. Commodore Key, U. S. Navy, retired, says intervention in Mex- ico is inevitable. Is that really the key to the situation? o With the White Way in full blast and paved, streets, Mexia wiili look like a sure enough city. We roust have the white way. '' Exclamation point plume is with us," says a he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 November 1913

Iron Beds Rockers < t. •'■-4 . ->.* !35S 3ft' vMm I Si „ Rocker like cut shown above Golden Oak finish, regular price $2.50 Pre-Inventory Sale price $ 1 .45 $3.50 Rockers 2.45 4.50 Rockers .... 3.4 S 6.50 and 7.50 Rockers G.4S All other rockers at specially low prices. Springs w *'i > <>' jj) $ <?"•& j c- r' '• ( '< * C J .<5 /£> p'ij <-7; f. v A(cF. During this sale you will be able to get bed springs at tlie best bargain you ever bought. One lot like cut shown above, regular price 2.25 while they last $1.45 2.50 springs at $ 1.95 8.50 springs at $2.SO 4.00 springs at $3.25 Wall Paper 15c Wall Paper I Oc 25c Wall Paper • • • 171 2c 35b Wall Paper 25c IJig lot odd rolls Wall Paper from cheap- est to bt>st, special 5c Linoleum All Linoleum go-in this sale at special prices. 00c Linoleum at per spuare yard ... 50c 05c Linoleum at per square yard . 55c 75c. Linoleum at per spuare yard .. €5c Matting 35c Matting at per yard 27 1 2c 25c Matting at per...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 November 1913

i I V 1/ ; r i i j ? ■ Tr :v . .... ■ " . Wi mL. Declare War on Colds. A erusade of education which anna "that eoanimon colds may become uncommon within the next generation" has been begun by prominent New York physi- cians. Here is a list of the "don'ta" which the doctors say will prevent the annual visita- tion of the cold: "Don't sit in a draughty car." "Don't sleep in hot rooms.*' "Don't avoid the fresh air." "Don't stuff yourself at meal time. Overeating reduces your resistance." To which we would add—when you take a cold get rid of it as quickly as possible. To accom- plish that you will find Chamber- Jainn's Cough Remedy most ex- cellent. Sold by all dealers. HOLIDAY EXCURSION Reduced Round Trip Rates VIA " 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 Keal Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- paymen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 December 1913

JUU WAl "wJ I • Fourteenth Year. I fflMm ,rj8? W-: fflK: !>ee J. Sandford Smith for fiIre, nsura*rc*^ i LIFE and TORNADO In EXIA WEEKLY HERALD. Hcitla^ Texas. ALEXIA, TEXA& THURSDAY', DEC. 4. 1913. $1.00 Per 7mt. Community Co-Operation COPYRIGHTED FARM AND RANCH-HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE . FARM AND RANCH-HOLLANDS MAGAZINE WEEKLY COM- MUNITY CO-OPERATION SERVICE. VI *xr V, 77~T . " " '' ' , ( . ■ fDid you over stop to think that marked, branded -foods arn brought voodK of known quality are in nearly tHal t,l° bul'don "f Proof rosts on , - , . . .the producer. every instance trademarked or brand- And d() n(|t ^ ^ ()p ^ uwuy ed and bear the maker's name, and ft.om home for any ar^olq you may that the price is the same everywhere? want until you have first ascertained J Think of some of the best articles of whether your local merchant can sup- any lines and you will agree that they ply it at the same price quoted else- invariably bear the maker's name, where. Don't send money away which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 December 1913

fii $ : % sp*. I First in Everything frr f j'n Quality First in Results First in Purity First in Economy and for these reasons Calumet Baking Powder is first in the hearts of the millions of housewives who use it and know it RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago, Illinois. Paris Exposition France. March, MADEBYTHETRu*I baking poW^T .1 notttice there has not bewv, any items sent in from this place in a good while, will send a few happenings this week. There was a good raiiu Satur- day morning, which was fine on all the oat crops. The ladies of the Woodmen Circle gave a box supper Thanks- giving nigh't, but on account of bad weather few / attended but hope all that were present had an enjoyable time. The candy breaking at Mr. Usury Beaver's Saturday nighit was well attended all having a fine time. There was Sunday School Sun- day morning and preaching in the afternoon. Services held by Rev. B. P. Williams of Mexia. Singing Sunday night at Mr. ,Wi}l Eubanks was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 December 1913

LUUU WAItKS AT WAGO ATER HIGHER THAN EVER KNOWN BEFORE IN HIS- TORY OF CITY 'THE LEVEE CAVE WAY > I $50. Per Share Capital Stock Fully PAID Non-Assessable "V Submerging Eastern and South- ern of City. Mil- itary on Duty. From Wednesday's Daily] Reports received from Waoo to the effect that flood stage lias readied highest mark ever known in. history of the city. East and tSout/h portions of the city com- pletely submerged. The levee /protecting East "Waco gave way under the great pressure, and < people residing in vicinity had ( to nun for their lives abandon- ing their homes, many houses be- ing swept down the river. At nine oclock this* morning tele- graph operator Banner of the H. } & T. C. swam on horse back to the telegraph office which is lo- cated on upper floor of depot and reported the situation to dis- patched*! office before the wires went down, he reported the H & T. C. motor car ran several miles up track to high ground to avoid being submerged and swept a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 December 1913

4i „>*■" THE HERALD Published Every Thursday. N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION One Year Bli Mouths Three Months. .. RATES. .. .. *1.00. 50. 25. ■ntered as second-class matter March 5, 1908, at the postoffice at Mcxla, Texas, under the act of Con- gress of 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 lsBUe, .. 8.50. Lest Than One Quarter Page. For first Insertion—per Inch 20c. Each Subsequent tesue—per Inch It cents. Readers per line—each Issue 6c. Discounts on yearly contracts. H- Ami don't forget to pay your poll tax. o 1'ay your poll tax and do your Christmas, shopping early. to Mexico. Now we will some sure enough fights. ' o have1 I . v Wt Texas is now a billionaire, her wealth amounting to $2,679,641,- 350, as shown by the tax rolls •for 1913. . o • The high water in different part® of the state is causing con- siderable damage ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 4 December 1913

r > Insurant, pare Sale Closes Dec. 24 Rockers gHj H PRE-INVENTORY y) nfi i - MMR rs Jfe i pi# The first few clays of our Fifth Annual Pre-Inventory Sr, * lias been all that we could expect. Many are taking advantage of the exceptional oppor- tunity we ouci', to buy w hut they need in the funiture line at a remarkable saving in price. Our stock is still complete and you still have 15 selling days to buv what you want. Sale Closes Dec. 24 Iron Beds frr PSHc Rocker like cut shown above Golden Oak finish, regular price 2.50 Pre-lnventory Sale price — £1.45 S3.50 Rockers $2.45 4,50 Rockers $3.45 6.50 and 7.50 Rockers $5.45 All other rockers at specially low prices. Springs m During this sale you will be able to get bed springs at the best bargain you ever bought. One lot like cut shown above, regular price 2.25 while they last $1.45 2.50 springs at $1.95 8.50 springs at $2.50 4.00 springs at $3.25 15 - More Selling Days - 15 J. I, RIDDLE, Manager wiiwiiwim n 111 01 This cut shows one...

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