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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 1 September 1919

W- 4^, 1 y f ' *v. ft \ 1 1 \Y* YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI, NO. 183. MEXIA, TEXAS MONDAY SEPT. 1. 1919. 50c Per Mouth In Advance COMMERCIAL I FARMERS ARE CLUB AT WORK ENTHUSIASTIC MR. RIDDLE SEES TO THAT JUSTICE WILL REIGN IT LARGE CROWDS ARE EX- PECTED HERE FROM IN- DICATIONS NEEDLEWORK PERSHING THURSDAY ADDITIONAL FEATURES LEAVES FRANCE THE BIG DAY PRIZES FOR DAY Mr. J. I. Riddle, President of the Commercial Club, will leave nothing undone for the big Trades Day's success. One of the most important things to be done is the selection of compe- tent. judges, and Mr. Riddle is hard at work getting the proper men and women for the proper places. From all indications the judges will be efficient ones and there will be no mistake in the awarding of the prizes. REVENUE LARGEST IN HISTORY Associated Press Report. Austin, Texas, Aug 30.— When the fiscal year of the fiscal year o fthe State closes to- morrow St...

Publication Title: Mexia Evening News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 1 September 1919

EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publishers Subscription, £0 cents per Month, Strictly in Advance Entered us second class matter February 2<i. 1019, at tho postofflce at Moxia, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Iiicli, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Per line each insertion, 5 cents. Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. m. Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is eiifclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not oth- erwise credited in this imper, and al o the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. THE BLOODLESS DUELS OF OUR OWN CONGRESS Now that the drag end of sum- mer is in our midst, eVer and anon our jaded minds need a fill- up. Unfortunately for Texans who like a joke, the state legis- lature is not in session, but for- tunately for the country's chance t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 1 September 1919

v < who are in Mexia and and ery- I ¥ < t I |S ♦ People out of thing. If you have a visitor or going1 to leave town call 146 or 287.—Thanks. ********** A wire wa received by Mrs. Mr. Q. C. Cone I as accepted a N. P. I; Mix from Pueblo, Colo., j position with Karner 6l Phillips Sunday that her daughter Mrs. in the shoe department. Mr Gerda Myers had been killed.No' ( 'one is an experienced shoe man particulars were given and none j of wide experience, having wo k could be learned. It is presumed in this line many years. that it was caused by an automo- bile accident, as she had a car Last Saturday was a gala day for little Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Yeldell. That day marked her arrival at the nineth mile post in life's journey and to commemorate the event her parents gave her a birthday party. Emma Jean Smith, Louise Maddox, Dorothy Lundy, Margaret Stoi'y, Bernice Brannon, Dorothy Flynn, Inez Calame, Jessie May Sherrer, Elenor Moore, Helen Weisner, Sudie Hansen,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 1 September 1919

' ■ ' $£■ . ■■" ' - ;rl. Mis , ?f ,W r fc ■■"' ■ IfelwlA: $*■- ":V j/:V: ffii >1 m <V "h " ■ 1 ' i 5 .. ' . !. 1 r . -V gpss^f^^3* HAS SUCCESSFULLY AND SATISFACTORILY SERVED THE PEOPLE FOR MORE THAN A QUARTER OF A CENTURY. N\ UsMW*. wwm I Prendergast, Smith & Co., -BANKING- A GUARANTY FUND STATE BANK Established in 1882 V 1 i I BERRY-BARNETT Grocery WHOLESALE GROCERS 0. 3iiiiiiiiiiiiuiii!iiiiuiiQiiiiimiHiniiiii!niiiiDiir With Ample Capital, Unsurpassed Facilities, Promot Service and Courteous Treatment, We solicit the Patronage of the Merchants •5' of Mexia and surrounding ter- ritory. Wj f .. I il \ . '• . > >'v* ainniiiiiiiniMiiiiiiinuiiiiiuiniiaimimnnnni Berry-Barnett Grocery Co. H. & T. C. R. R. MAIN LINE. North Bound No. 5—Arrives 4:05 A. M. No. 17—Arrives 4:55 A. M. No. 15—Arrives 4:05 P. M. South Bound No. 18—Arrives 1:38 A. M. No. 16—Arrives 12:15 P. M. No. 6—Arrives 11:15 P. M. CUT OFF North Bound No. 31—Arrives 2:55 P. M. No. 33—Arrives fcunday .... 1:5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 2 September 1919

Vt < I* ■A H '■Lf / I «' > I < s S| a] Hk i t i TRADES DAY EDITION YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. Nu. 184. MEXIA, TEXAS TUESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1919 50c Per Month In Advance THURSDAY THE BIG DAY THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE TO HE HERE TO SHOW PRO- DUCE AND STOCK. Thursday, September the 4th promises to be one o fthe biggest days in the history of Mexia. Thousands of people from all over the County will be on hand to take part in the great prize winning event. Over one thou- sand dollars in cash will be given away, both men and women, as well as children, having an op- portunity to win. Ten thousand circulars, of the double page variety have been thrown all over Mexia's trade territroy. Personville, Teague, Fairfield, Cooledge, Tehuacana, Groesbeck, Wortham, Hirven, Prairie Hill and Elk have all been reached and other towns will be notified this week. The Commercial Club has been very careful in making its ar- ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 2 September 1919

rSs • wmumKfwwSUma j v •{ M€" — - ]| "PUSSYFOOTING" IN ENGLAND SINCLAIR'S GOOD SHOES COST MOKE BY THE PAIR LESS BY THE YEAR. NOT HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD is the im- portant question when buying Shoes. AN EXTRA SPECIAL FOR TRADES DAY— Men's $4.50 and $5.00 Work Shoes at $3.85— chocolate veal blucher, full bellows tongue, solid leather insole and out sole, nailed and sewed— regular $4.50 value. Size 6 to 12. Smoked horse outing bal. bellows tongue, solid leather throughout, viscolized sole—regular $5.00 value. Sizes 6 to 10. i L GENE SINCLAIR SHOES—HOSIERY READ THE ADS Today's issue of the News con- tains many things that are of in- terest, but most important is the announcement of each merchant through his advertisement. You will miss something if you fail to read the ads. They have things of special interest in them. You will gain by paying close attention. THE NEWS The News Office will be open all day Trades Day. We have some of, the most up-to-date e- quipment in the State. If you ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 2 September 1919

•V* 4- who are in and o<T Mexia and 'ery- th .. If ou have a visitor or Koitf to leave town call 14(or 287.—Thanks. Mm. B DeVVitt, of Groe.s- i beck has returned to her home after a visit at the home of Nick Messemer. Fresh Vegetables Wednesday a! C. Felz nad Son. Mrs.Adam Johann and chil- dren, < Dallas, who have been visitinjNick Messemer, have re- turned j their home in that city. i a } We l,ve two phones now.You can ge us anytime. Call the same nmber.—C. Felz and Son. Swiffe Premium sliced break fast bam in one pound pack- ages ai . the most economical Fresh lipment every Wednes- day nrning.—H. B. Stevens, Phone ' CHICKEN FEED We are selling some low grade wheat at $1.9') per bushel. Sack lots. Finest Chicken feed grown —H. B. Stevens, Phone 7. Give us your next month's grocery business. We appreci- ate all orders. Phone 43. Ilouser & Lamberth. D-4. W. E Brooks, of Corsicana, was in lexia Sunday. We l.ve fresh vegetables on Friday nd Saturday. Houser & Lambert. D-4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 2 September 1919

Cheeves Bros. Company TxjijnjMM,^y^rrv-mikmmjm romggM.mmaaia 3M55JESISJAX'Jl^'SS^Siltil3UBMKl6®®® Our Store is full of New Fall Mercandise in every department. He have spent months in getting these goods together and feel sure that we are in position to save you money in your Fall Purchases. Til -|l! SOME STAPLE PRICES Good Ginghams at the yard : 25c ' ' ' aa 8 oz. Cotton Sacking, the yard . 30c Yard wide Brown Domestic, the yard 20c Cotton Checks at the yard 15c Yard wide Bleached Domestic, the yard 25c Best Overalls at the pair $2.00 9-4 Bleached Sheeting "Pepperell," the yard 60c Good quality Cheviots at the yard 25c •I • DRESS GOODS SECTION v','* ' •; |j! %*' ;'■ ' We are showing a complete line of the new things in both wool and silk dress goods. French Serges at the yard $1.00 Better grade at $1.50 and up to $2.50 SILKS Messalines at $1.98 New Moire Silks at $2.00 Full line Georgette and Crepe De Chines at $2.00 and $2.50 the yard. LADIES SLIP OVER SWEATERS We have them at $6....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 2 September 1919

m*> V-.,. .. !■ . :i I 21 FOR $1.00 pMKfl FIk: f':v -I MSw?.v.?a« 'W • ffi :'" .V. . J.J • * -A . rMFm :v#K«b '-i • ' <$■■;■ f'f i'® Hi ' ? i V .'. ' v\ . ■'■Ha' i \.',: I i >. -• ■*>■■ r .. ♦' /*• '.J '■ '.ft. 1 *■: ■•>, :; #w' jgi " Be ' '' , ,ft For Trades Day Special we are giving 21 bars of the best White Laundry Soap for $1. Tftte price is less than can be bought in car lots now. Every person buying a . dollars worth of goods at our store on Trades Day gets a big package of "Butter Kist" Pop Corn FREE. ! Parties who have home grown Pop Corn for sale please bring in sample and we will be in position to buy your surplus at market price. B. STEVENS Successor to Gardner & Stevens. BWyjPHyyf/Tf'tT riY/ 7mV7t V aIlAILIu'l AILaSI AIL aJl AIL ±U iili ill AAl iUHGl 1:L 'i u au TTt7Tu/ "jV?- rn7 Tt" «' " ' ■ .1 I . ■ .... a 1 —— ml 8 la' ■ ! * !• V.s'l *1 J <> THE UNIVERSAL CAR Out of the more than 3,000,000 Ford cars now in use, about 60 per cent have been sold...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 2 September 1919

f M'VV V-; Wi V<i ' tV■"-i}>' i ' ' ' 5 Prendergast, Smith & Co., -BANKING- A GUARANTY FUND STATE BANK Established in 1882 HAS SUCCESSFULLY AND SATISFACTORILY SERVED THE PEOPLE FOR MORE THAN A QUARTER OF A CENTURY. iw ':$wzwm «vl4 T Comfortable Furniture Furniture such as we are now showing not only possesses beauty of design but it has that substantial quality which means life-long service, together with the luxurious com- fort that makes life worth living. Seldom will you find values equal to the ones we are nov* offering and never will you find a more sincere desire to help you choose in accord with your own ideas. When inspecting our Stock we ask that you note carefully the beauty of design, the expert selection of wood, fabrics and material, and the superior construction down to the detail. J. L RIDDLE & COMPANY BAND WILL PRO-1 BASEBALL FOR COMMITTEES BABLY COME TRADES DAY ARE CALLED i MUSIC WILL HE A FEATURE OF THE TRADES DAY PROGRAM At a meeting of the Commer- c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 2 September 1919

9 -V f i ■ i *■>* -***> * ■■ ;i; myj r vssL'MmgmM W,W -1?- 5EC M V$WMZr W Z? '€' V- W -J' W WWMX?WW3? JSEJEI®M- W 225 3E3S:: • lcome! o See You That's the way you will be greeted as you enter our store on TRADES DAY. We buy your products as you do ours. We especially want your Hens, Turkeys and Eggs. We will sell 25 Bars of Joy Soap or Swift's White Soap for $1.00 with each $5.00 pur- chase of other merchandise. S*.u .* tfcjtiftiiafe<: ■ ■ : * :i ;v. GREAT FLEEA JUNK TO BE DITCHED j C. FELZ & SON, Grocery London, Aug 12. (Correspon- dence of the Associated Press)— A spectre fleet of more than one hundred warships, a nondescript miscellany of large and small craft, some worn out through long years of prosaic patrol duty others prematurely aged by en- counters with ehemy subma- rines or participation in such en- gagements as Jutland or the Dardanelles, is today anchored in the river Medway. This jetsam of the war,a float- ng museum of naval junk, swings at its last moorin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 2 September 1919

1 < , i M ■' • | '. I TRADES DAY SPECIALS F R E E ! One sack of Blue Rib- bon, Upper T e n or White Crest Flour to the party buying* and pay- ing cash for the largest bill of groceries at our store TRADES DAY— September the fourth before five P. M. FREE! With every dollar's worth of groceries you buv and pay cash for at our store TRADES DAY —September the fourth we will give absolutely free a box of our very best matches. „ _ Groceries Must Be Bought You have a chance to make a saving1 TRADES DAY. Take advantage of it. JUST THINK—WITH AN OR- DINARY BILL OF GROCERIES BOUGHT TRADES ; DAY WE WILL GIVE ABSOLUTELY FREE ENOUGH MATCHES TO LAST A YEAR. ONE BOX WITH EVERY DOLLARS WORTH YOU BUY AND PAY CASH FOR. SOMEONE IS GOING TO GET THE SACK OF FLOUR. IT MIGHT AS WELL BE YOU. BUY YOUR FALL GROCERIES TRADES DAY. Ice Water and a Good Place to Rest. Stop at Our Store When You Come to Mexia. TI DWELLS "THE CLEAN GROCERY" 83 Phone 83 l WcAAMMAAAAAi ADDITIONAL COMMERCIAL MERCHANTS PRIZES FOR ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 3 September 1919

r ■ > # ■i n'i jj i YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWEU/S BARBER SHOP MEXIA EVENING NEWS V ; 'T * Vf f MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO. 185. MEXIA, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 3, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance meeting miss mexia "Bill, got any mule muzzles?" asked the farmer of jbl hardware dealer yesterday afternoon. "Mule Mizzles: thought you'd laid by before now." "Nope, got to dope out a leetle pizen for these pesky boll worms. They're going to eat all my cot ton up if I don't do somethin'. Fact is, 1 don't believe there'll be any cotton to speak of left. But I am going to try this poison —gu,ess I am throwing my money away, though." Now this man was a double pessimist, first because he didn't believe there would be any cotton made here despite the very prom ising prospect, and second, be- cause he doubted the effective- ness of the poison he was going to use. Don't be a pessimist. Opti- mism is good for the liver and digestion. Limestone county is going to make some cott...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 3 September 1919

EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday FORT & SMITH, Owners and l'ubllsliers Subscription. TO cents per Month, Strictly In Advance Entered as second class matter February 2K. 1919, at the post-office at Mexia, Texas, under the net of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATEb Display Per Inch, 10 ceuts. Special Hates on standing cards. Readers Per line each insertion, 5 cents. Copy for ads must be in office by XI a. in. Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is ertsluslvely entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not oth- erwise credited in this paper, and al«o the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. The doves are always just over the fence. The chickens wont come home to roost tomorrow. Prayer meeting tonight. Are you going? There are two things that come unexpectedly—fire and death. These nights make a fellow eat a good breakfast and enjoy it. Cool air and good qu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 3 September 1919

!• |jl > •> * 1 * i i* 1/ a f * ♦ * People who are in and * out of Mexia and 'ery- * thing. * If you have a visitor or going to leave town call 146 or 2417.—Thanks. * ********* R. J. Ellington left this after- noon for Lubbock county for the purpose of finishing the subdi- visions of a 5000 acre ranch into one hundred and sixty acre lots that Mr. Ellington and the Sim- mons Read Co. of Hillsboro have recently taken over. Mr. Elling- ton says that he has personally inspected all of this tract of land and will show any one who de- sires to see it, that the land will yield o na ten year agerage as much corn and more maize, kaf- fer feteretta and etc to the acre than our highest grades of black land will make with one ha lfthe amount of labor spent in making the crops. The other three reasons are: They have won the highest a- wards and honors at the Nation- al Expositions. They were des- signed by a Physician and lastly they are sold by a private Corse- tiere. Phone 245 and get a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 3 September 1919

V" i I IS • rnr rnr w n r Tt W Tr IT rti'SAjh rrjuTT75 v • ■' jgs7?s 3?T?I®!®^5R22OT'9? '•'." V 73J3?-.3$®SSySRSMKJffi'WiP 5KMIR«ES'i ■ ■ Mexia Is Ready For THE BIG TRADES DAY •'■• ' ' t ¥#'■. •• *" Thursday, Sept. 4th Over One Thousand Dollars 'rcv i '^^T.'-Tr '• ' • • * • _ Y ' • - ' " • , . . Will be Given away in Cash Prizes for the best Stock, Poultry, and Farm Proudcts exhibited. CAPABLE JUDGES HAVE BEEN SECURED Bring in your best Horses, Mules, Cows, Hors, Chickens, Farm Pro- ducts of all kinds, Canned Goods, etc—Show the other fellow what you have been doing, also see what he has been doing. * f ENTRIES TO BE MADE AS FOLLOWS Livestock and Poultry at C. T. Stephen's Livery Barn, Farm Pro- ducts, Canned goods and Needlework at the City Hall. Entries Must be made by 11 A. M.Thursday September 4th. $1,000.00 TO BE GIVEN AWAY TOMORROW PRIZES FOR BEST STOCK, FARM PRODUCTS, POULTRY, VEGETA- BLES, CANNED FRUIT AND NEEDLEWORK AS FOLLOWS. I F * •3 $ | 1 J. I. Riddle, President. Phil K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 4 September 1919

Jjv L> f " V 1* v l| 4 ^ / YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO. 186. MEXIA, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance UNIVERSAL TRAINING Do you stand in favor of uni- versal military training? This is a question that we must, accord- ing to present indications, ans- wer sooner or later. The Portland Oregonian takes this view of it: Three million Americans, mostly young men, have been soldiers in uniform in the last two years, and now they are go- ing back to private life. Their task is done, and they are glad to assume again the duties and responsibilities of private citiz- enship. No one hears much now- adays about the dangers of mili- tary autocracy in America, ex cept from an occasional voice that talks idly about the needless risks of preparedness. What risks? A few years ago the enemies of preparedness professed to fear that preparedness was the certain road to militarism. They pointed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 4 September 1919

it EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Sunday Except FORT & SMITH, Owners uud Publishers Subscription, 50 ceuts per Strictly lu Advanco THE WESLEY BIBLE CHAIR Mouth, Entered us secoud class mutter February 2«. 1919, at the postofllce at Mexia, Texas, under the net ot March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Kates on standing cards. Readers Per line each Insertion, 5 cents. Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. m. Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is eiftlusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not oth- erwise credited in this paper, and l«o the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved Of all the words of mouth or pen the sweetest is—I've dodged again.—Mexia Debt Dodger. Of all the words of mouth or pen the sweetest is—I've paid again—By Retail Merchants As- sociation. You can say what you want to about the real estate men, but the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 4 September 1919

^ , • } • C T ♦ > > . j A sil t / IV *| I 1 I I People who arc in and * out of '•plxia and 'ery- * * thing. * * If you have a visitor or * * going to leave town call * * 146 or 287.—Thanks. * MISS MEANS ENTERTAINS Miss Elsie Means was hostess to a most delightful dinner party Wednesday evening at the Cozy Cafe, given in honor of Miss Anna Zora Bonner who is leav- ing for an extended trip to Flori da. The going away feature was very originally carried out in the attractive table with its unique center piece of graveled walks bordered with daisies. In the center of which stood a kewpie attierd in a most chic traveling suit, with suit pase and other ac- cessories. Dainty place cards of Blue Birds holding cards in their mouths with wishes o^ "Good Luck" to the honoree marked covers for ten. The other three reasons are: They have won the highest a- wards and honors at the Nation- al Expositions. They were des- signed by a Physician and lastly they are sold by a private Corse- tiere...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 4 September 1919

So the People Nay Know show what we can do for you in the way of attractive cards and letter heads. Good print- ing of all kinds is our specialty and if we can- not satisfy you we don't want your business. That's Fair, Isn't ft? ;?Ti>7"i~'^^rgrrfi"fT77~i7 jjfciiliTififiSr liljfrii? Til? iiliTTui ~i * .* ' 4'. 4 4 4 4 /4\h 4 * * BERRY-BARNETT Grocery Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS iiimiiiiiiitiimiiiiiiuaiiHiiiiiiiiaiMiiimiiaiu With Ample Capital, Unsurpassed Facilities, Promvt Service and Courteous Treatment, We solicit the Patronage of the Merchants of Mexia and surrounding ter- ritory. •5MI aimimiitianHimniHiiiittnitiiaiiiiiniiniait Berry-Barnett Grocery Co. ooooooocooooooooooocoocoooooocoooooooooooooooooocxx)ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 3rd Install^ ment due on or before Aug.. 12. 20 Per Cent. Be prompt with your payments on your Victory Bond. PrendergastJSmith & Co., Banking STRONG—LIBERAL aPOOi)OOOOOOOOOftOftftOOff^niV'>'vvvvvv'*n"<wvl'w>''>#*vw^^ !wwvywwvvv>ywv' F...

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