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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 5 January 1903

fii WARREN'S Beal Estate Column. Wanted to Bent. House of from"3 to', 5 rooms, nicely and neatly arranged. Not particular about location. Will par from $7to tlO per month. We have several other applica- tions for bouses, and if you will list your property with us, it migbt be that we can find you a tenant, probably a purchaser. ' v.. • Some Bargains. . Following are a few bargains ■which we are offering: House and lot, 6 rooms, two galleries and a hall. All well furnished, good lots, barns, cis- tern and water works. Fine shade trees.A North part of town dear Baylor College. Price $1.- ■SOO. House of 6 ^ooms, hail and two galleries, two Urge'lots, barns, etc, wat^ works. North part of town and South tof Baylor Col- ■ .1 . 1A'- ** ML'iifi ,' jtm ounawe Allies NdnJh of aguare* "4 front and hack gallery and mid- dle hall, 2 gobd wells, good gar- den, barn and some frutt. Price <700. House and corner lot', 3 rooms artesian .water, four blocks West 'ft square. Price «<500. J. M. "W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 5 January 1903

Jr-- . Trie- S WORfcD ' /or* -y • «i.? He's the Hero. The hero of the hour In the ranks of the trotting horse drivers is Edward Benyon. He Is the first and only driver to win both the Kentucky Fu- turity and the great Transylvania Stake at Lexington. Benyon is the trainer and driver of L. V. Harkness's Walnut Hall Farm string. Ha won Ed. Benyon. the Two-Year-Old Futurity ' J 899 with Fereon and tlio next year drove her to victory in the Kentucky Futur- ity. In 1900 he also won tl s Two- Year-Old Futurity with Walfut Hall, and this year he annexed the Tran- sylvania with Ozanam. From Tebeau's Point of VIJW. George Tebeau, owner of the Louis vllle baseball club, has returned from a player-hunting trip. He said: "1 can't say much about my team to date, but I want to say that it will un- doubtedly be a better team than we had during the season which just Í closed. I am on the Jump for players trying to engage men wí o nev le spirit and w •¿raw -:h. "While .Chicago I accepted terms N fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 5 January 1903

t 7 he Marriage a la Mode How Loving Couples Are Quickly Made Happy in Pittsburg—Nine Minutes All the Time Required for Ceremony If you are In a hurry to get married this schedule ought to prove helpful. There are always plenty of bints on how to live on $2 a week; how to catch a husband; how to procure a wife; how to make beef stew and clean ivory-bandied knives, In the newspapers, but, sad to state, there .has been no one to get up an official schedule or guide for the use of young people who want to get married. Most men think It takes all day to tie the knot. It might take all day or all year to untie It, but It takes just nine minutes, by the watch, to tie It. You might be standing on the cor- ner of Fifth avenue and Smlthfleld street at say 10 o'clook In the morn- ing, heart whole and fancy free, and you might return to the same corner in exactly nine minutes with all the Starting. cares and responsibilities on your shoulders as a married man. Of course you must needs have pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 5 January 1903

' "f " / i ItisNO¿WONDER * Nearly «very utie lias a Telephone when you con- sider our rates of $1 to $2 per month for Residences and fl*50 to $3 a mouth for business Houses. WONT YOU Jet us place one for you? CALL THE MANAGKK. He'll send a solicitor for your contract. k * J 1)8 Southwestern Tel. & Tel. Co. j .ns Iriton (turning JUn . *1. B. SAVAGE, Editor and Pro. Bniored In tbe poslofHoe at Belton A'ezaa, as second class mail matter. Telephone No. 26. Subscription 50c. per month. Kates on all foreign advertis- jents, 25 cents per inch. Official Organ City of Belton. LOCAL iNOms. has the ex- Dave Furman has returned to liis school at Denison. Fcrndale Preserves and Jellies at Ilarling's. Dr. R. P. Talley of Temple was a Belton visitor today. II. H. Switik of Temple was licrc today as a petit juror in the District court. Will Russell came in Saturday night on a visit to his father and mother Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rus- sell. > Go to Harling'Yor anything* and everything in Staple a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 22 August 1914

'«Ufe ; ••W; t Ó f Mfcí i 8 ^ l' "V « f-y THE BBLTON EVENING NEWS USING THE ASSOCIATED PKEH SKRVICE. AMERICAN PRK8(4 ASH'X SYNDIC A TK HE It VICE AND OTHER SPECIAL NEWS SER VICES. THIRTIETH YEAR. BELTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1914. VOLUME 30. NUMBER 289 THAT RAINY DAY You have no doubt heard of the fellow who didn't know enough to go in wl e i it rained. Fool- ish, of coursc, but how about people who know enough to go in but have no place to go? That's simply worse and more of it, isn't it? The rainy days of life come to every one, and who is the man who prepares for it in advance. When storms of adversity strike you, there is no refuge equal to a snug sum at the bank. Open an ac- count now, while the weather is fine. T h c= Belton National Bank BELTON, TEXAS U. S. Government Depository for Postal Savings "2 Our Neighbor's Rooster IT *AY Kit>, YOU BEftT OVER. HOMt-YOl/OE TOO Young t' cowe ove«- Yr*THl% VD& OP THE fENCt, the hens THE-bE. HAYS 13 TOO CARELESS WITH THEIR. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 22 August 1914

KXflUVUU robably the moat fait friend hora 9 Friend Is His BELTON EVENING NEWS THBEE OF MOST SENSATION Al VC0ME8ACKS" (DAY RUNS TURNSTILES where we win see sympathy «je-V&at occurs, we may unb he be a talebearer ur. I may still ;♦ was. ««/tlwHt a coun the middle of the nigltf when m ^'shooting irons," with the poseib for a burglar, the watchful liun^-thijmp-íhupip-tlHnaiK nicies the Boor. ' Y3u" shrtut. 3f>r SmpaifPhahii^ pt^f outpour Nh- It makea no dif- n 0UMff> CN^thful brute and biter. HFVlsies urn his aympathy or: leinber that you took liirn in when he and had to"traV(fl Hfahctt aild foa. In people are ""protecting themselves with t^ ofiAisftkiñé a member of the fara- frdMl harm. 'He will yóíTfFóín~all Tntruilers, 01} give a bark thafwill startle the neigh* ^ rhood. f j Wh^jl^r^kE'tSlhim. in ¿ir night, "tliun thump, comes back Too answer, ús his fail strikes back still I'* an<f ^tirumpMfiiiinpttftpinip'5 pomes. .bpek another mea- esge with .possibly a yawn thrown a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 22 August 1914

BELTON EVENING NEWS t ! * HUNGRY CAT CAUSES A GREAT COMMOTION # ! ♦ l t Young Man Finds Himself in Lot of Trouble When He Breaks Up Feast. Pittsburgh, Pa.—A wee black kitten, bomeless and hali starved, a ton-gallon can nearly filled with fresh milk and a young man from the country back of Warrendale caused excitement galore for a few minutes In an East Ohio •treet restaurant the other morning. The milk can had been left by a dairy- man at the head of a pair of Bteps leading to the cellar beneath the res- taurant. The kitten sneaked into tho restaurant und, being half starved, ■caled the edge of the milk can and was lapping up the lacteal fluid greed- ily when the young man from the country entered upon the scene. "Holy humped-backed mackerel!" he Made a Grab for Hit Catshlp. cried on seeing the cat helping Itself to the milk. "That cat's got nerve. S-B-s-s-cat!" This so scared the kitten that it fell Into the milk and started a commotion therein that if kept up long would have turne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 22 August 1914

' <r'W: mmm KWU.'4 METHODIST CHURCH. THE BELTOW EVENING N. . K4. sed Prop. fIFLTON. TF.V * c ftetarwl m saeoad cIiih mail matter at Ilelton, Tun. ~ I til H-ivarUavmnataln tbls paper, foreliuioh, sol'tjr, Iodic*,or otbi entortnlamonts ol a Ilk • i tart, for which an < •imJtsion or oltrr foe la na-ie, will be obitryed for at oue-Ualf the rtttfu- l r OFFICIAL ORGAN CITY OF BELTON. I Local Mention. : : R L. Birdwell of Cedar Valley wat in the city today. Hon. George W. Tyler went opto Waco this afternoon. Freeman George of Killeeu was among the visitors here to- day. ' «Ex! m Miss Delia Karnes was a Katy passenger today for Sapulpa, Oklahoma. Mrs. John Dunn left today on visit to Mineral Wells and Weatherford. Henry Clifton, wife and child, formerly of Belton, now of Hot Springs, Arkansas, are guests at the home of Judge G. M. Felts. Rev. C- W. Peyton and wife over yesterday Jfrom Tern- to spend the day with Mri . X. B. Saunders. fm wl Mrs. A. B. McGuire, who has been visiting in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 8 February 1916

THE BELTON EVENING NEWS THIRTY-SECOND YEAR. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 8, 1914. VOLUME 32 NUMBER IIS Charles Ha!kamp and Lillie Franke are licensed to marry. Don,t forget the special feature in six parts presenting Nance O'Neal, Win. Shay and Theda Bara, at the Happy Hour Thea- tre Thursday. Prices 10 and 20 cents. Charlie Smith of Salado, was here this afternoon and brought with him a live wild cat of the spotted variety. It was sold to Wilbur Flewellen. Now is the time to plant an ad and in the News the place >n lv« SETSi|"iiTTHT n ALCOHOL 3 PLJÍ CENT. A\í gelabie ftvparation fonts sitnllaiiiig iltcFoodniulRaHia ling tiie Siemacte aiulBowclsof Promotes Di'í'.'sííor.nieeifiji- ness and R29t.Contalns steilner 0pim«.M!3iphir¡c nor Mineral Not Narcotic. Harph'n SctJm JbHunn * JhMlcStlls- jtoiseStal * ffiaÉnbcüjj* rfami Srtu- Qu/.ttJ Supp • ftiuteyrtm flc/ivf. Apeifcct Remedy for Consilffr tlon, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea Worius .Convulsions .Feverish- avessaud Loss of Sleep. Fac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 8 February 1916

TO TELEPHONE Student of Human Nature Gives Rea- son nr Woman's Deal re to atad While Talking. ? Tber 'a not hip g I enjoy more i rchli [ P&f 'people's motives, ' than search life t&f 'people's nfotives," et-t marked ;he student of human nature. I like t know what actuates them to do eert^t^sp .at oe^aln-tlqae^", "Just so. Maybe you can tell me somethin know Whatrui ItC* Why ilng J have been wanting to foi^f'loñ'4 lime." afc.in he* ! • c ;¡' • 'hy>ls i,t that a woman hatea to a telephone unless she can sit down?"1 * Becattflttwfapn Hhe calls' up another woman she never knows how long she's going to be there.". Wfhdtoé Lbving Girls. Almeqji^f«..Wiling asked me to ac- company him to IhQ opera tomorrow evening. * ', *' ' : ■ ' Hazel¿~AM yt6ñ accepted? AimeeprCert,alaly JJ"el-8;« n^. ; asked ..me. A imeéM-Oh;'there's nothing strange about it>4|ft all,.. < I ¿told him I wouldn't go unlqgp. . provided an . elderly rUtit'-'f —II ■Inconsistent i mWm, m£m I) 1 'I BELTQX EVENI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 8 February 1916

Mt ffiftfflK! 1 BELTON EVENING NEWS T ♦ # ' v/> JACK. LCNMDCM2* COP^Ricnr M 8YN0P8I3. —14— Humphrey Van Weyden. rrltlc and dilet- tante. linda himself aboard the aealinx schooner Ghost, Captain Wolf I.arHen, hound to Japan waters. The captain mukea him cabin boy "for the (food of his soul." The cockney cook. Mugrldge, Meals ?)Ih money. Cooky Is lealous of Hump and hazes him Wolf hazes a sea- man und makes It the basis for a phil- osophic discussion with Mump. Cooky and Hump whet knives at each oilier. Hump's Intimacy with Wolf Increases. Wolf sketches the story of Ills life, dis- cusses the Bible nnd Omar, and Illus- trates the Instinctive love of life by chok- ing Hump nearly lo death. A carnival of brutality breaks loose In the ship. Wolf proves himself the master brute, Is knock- ed overboard and wins clear In a (Ifilit In the forecastle. Hump dresses Wolf's wounds and, despite his protest, Is made mate on the hell-ship. Mr. Van Weyden tries to learn his duties as mate. Van We...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 8 February 1916

H. B. Savago, Bá. BELTuN. EVENING REUS TEXAS •atorad m >mw! elaaa matt matter «I MM, Tun. All ad¡v rtt amaawln this paper, for March oelety. l«U .*r«thi entartalamaauofallk* natnra, for wtaleta an udmlsston or otter fee U «•do, will fea ahargM (or at oaf-half the refa ar rates. ;j¿Z OFFICIAL ORGAN CITY OF BELTON. r •Ml Local Mention, j MHNN • ■••••••••• Bill Newberry and Jack Poddy Jr., have gone to Waco for few days. > Qlin Little and wife are now occupying the Upshaw cottage on Sonth Main Street. Ross Solomon has returned from Waco where he went to •tand an examination to join the nanyN Mrs. C. P Little has returned from Kingsville, where sfae was called by the illness and death ot her father. J. 0. Hearn of Sparta, who underwent an operation for ap- pendicitis at the local sanitari- um here, is recovering nicely. The case of State of Texas vs. W. P. Blum, charged with in- timidating voters during the recent prohibition election is on trial in the county court today. H. W. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 18 July 1918

> % . , ■ v>< í; m (i THE BELTON EVENING NEWS JHIRT Y-FOURTH YEAR. BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1913 VOLUME 34 * NUMBER 244 AMERICANS CAPTURE TOWNS AND PRISONERS. (iiy UulfU Prosa.' With The Americans in Champagne Sec- tor, July 18, 2 p. m.—The Americans are advancing with the French on a forty kilo- meter front, between Soissons and Chateau- Thirry. The Americans had captured over a dozen towns and villages and taken a number of prisoners, and had advanced over three kilo- meters, nearly two miles, at noon. Messages are pouring into headquarters, asking permission to advance further. This is the greatest pursuit of the boches the Americans have yet engaged in. Enormous numbers of prisoners have been taken, but as yet it is impossible to estimate their numbers. American air planes flying over the trench- es fought the boches from above, while the doughboys and machine gunners fought them below* The surprise of the counter attack was complete, the concentration being un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 18 July 1918

* BELTON EVENING NEWS CHARLEY RISBER6 IS CONSIDERED ONE . OF MOST FQRIRIQABLE RUNNERS IN GAME £ Charley Rlsberg of the champion White Sox team Is considered by Manager Ilowlsnd as one of the most formidable base runners In the game, not because of his speed, but due to his daring. While Risberg would advise others to play the "safety-first" game, he takes all kinds of hazardous chances himself. Last season this player won a number of games for the Sox by bumping catchers at the plate when they tried to block him off. CHAMPION SWIMMER COMING FOR SUMMER I : I. i Duke P. Kahanamoku, the famous swimming champion from our Island territory of Hawaii, Is going to make our other swimmers speed up this sum- mer. He is coming all the way from Honolulu to uphold his world's cham- pionship standing by competing in 60 and 100 yard swims in the United States. Kahanamoku is by far the best short- distance swimmer in competition and be holds practically every title for the 00 and 100 yard swims, co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 18 July 1918

! t BELTON EVENING NEWS t * ^4— • • A Bird in'the (Special Information Service, United States Department of Agriculture ) A HOMEMADE EGG TESTER <;íx . rnitjr ^'W9 - : Z..A ■•■ * .-.V . ,--.: j • v^'. ■ ' -. Left: Exterior of Box—Egg Held Over Box With Large End Up. Right: Interior of Box—Have Flame Directly Oppoaite Hole in Box. the bad part. Eggs that are not of- fensively bad may be used for poultry feed. CANDLE EGGS TO TELL CONDITION Appearance of Egg Shell Not Re- liable Indication of Quality of Contents. EQUIPMENT IS EASILY MADE Uae the Chicken Fat. Do you throw awuy the body fat of poultry—big luyers of lean, sweet, yel- low fat around the gizzard and else- where around the intestines? If you do, according to United States depart- ment of agriculture specialists, you are throwing away fat which French housewives consider the finest of fats for making cakes, and especially puff paste. In certain seasons in New York and other big cities this fat is so highly esteemed that It ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 18 July 1918

r*4fe?flC- r HT«.« K* :?•> M vV** ftiE iaiD8jp¡ mi a. P. &«r«-feO, F<1. < «4 Pr®f. *11,TON." • TEXAS Entered fti ®econ«1 chif) mail matter at Bel ton, Tasca*. Office of Publication, Savage Bldg-. ADVERTISING RATES: Dis- play, i8cid1s per inch flat rate, with 15 per cei t added for special position. No display ad taken for less than 50 cents. Locals 6 cents per lino for less than three inser- tions. OFFICIAL ORGAN CITY OF BELTON. - - This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war r Local Mention. : •••••••• Mrs. T.J Moseley returned to her home in Dallas yesterday, after a pleasant visit with rela- tives here. Miss Mattie Harkins of Wich- ita Falls is expected in this afternoon for a few days visit among relatives. William A. Burkes of Killeen and Walter S. Smith were en trained by the Local Board to- day for Camp Malery at Austin. Ha/rry Blair is here from Fort Sam Houston, on a few days visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 19 July 1918

•• 1 1 - •JMGWÍ 1 • 0' THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR 8ELT0N, TEXAS, THURSDAY, VOLUME 34 NUMBER 24#5 Call For More Contents mm THE BELTON EVENING NEWS ALLIES ASSUME OFFENSIVE OVER A WIDE FRONT. (By United Prosa.) O The Allies are assailing the Germans in Mame salient from from both sides, while the French and Americans are driving for- ward on a twenty-five mile front between the Aisne ¿nd the Marne rivers. The French and Italians are attacking on a fifteen mile front east of Chateau-Thierry from the Marne north west-ward toward Rheims. The Franco-American offensive was re- sumed at four o'clock this morning* The Germans are reported to be destroying their base in Soissons, preparatory to evacuat- ing the city. The French and Italians have taken two towns and two woods and increased the number of their prisoners by four hundred. (Uy (Jolted Press. Paris, July 19, 4 P, M.—The Allies have taken the initiative and the Germans are now on the defensive everywhere, says an an official statement issue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 19 July 1918

- ' t BELTON EVENING NEWS Y. M. C. A. HUT IS I HANGOUT Yanks Trawl Many Miles Spend Evening in ths Club. to mam tarn on job «ay* Oaa Be D pw<i< Upan «a On In imatsway- **wi to Feel Perfectly Free i •f CLARINCI •UDINQTON KIL- LAND. PmU.—Thirty Ml lora off an Ameri- tas war tmmI hired a motor truck and Aran alno miles to fat to tho T. ML O. A. dab la a famous French dty. I ask* ad then why. "Bacana* it*a a regalar hangout," one of than aald, aad another added, "Be- aaase you got white bread with butter OB It, and egga triad on both aldea and coffee with piano accompaniment" Aa soon aa I broke lato the place I found why men would ride nine mllea on a truck to loaf there from eight un- til deven. It waan't the sort of place folks In the United 8tatee imagine a Y. M. C. A. to be. It waa a awelterlngly hot night and the broad front atepe were lined from end tó end with men In khaki and men In navy blue. They and amoking until the place looked aa If the captain had ordered a smoke ae...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 19 July 1918

RM > BELTON EVENING NEWS ' il LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN • ' Girls! Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Squeeze the juice of two lemons luto a bottle contulnluK three ounces of Orchard White, shake well, and yon have a quarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complexion beaut liter, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard'White for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fra- grant lotion Into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freck- les, sunburn, wlndburn and tan disap- pear and how clear, soft and white the skin becomes. Yes I It Is harmless.— Adv. Heartless Papa. "What did papa say," axke«l the bright spot of IiIh life, breathlessly, as her hero cume limiting out of papa'* studio after an Interview. "He didn't say much," returned her bright spot, mournfully, "hut I wish I were ns unfeeling as he is." KIDNEY TROUBLE NOT . EASILY RECOGN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 19 July 1918

Mfr ^feMQUM ■ - - 3E *0 1 E mm%&. :j>vjflpg?: *. ;3V j&.l. > «- (i , *f, fítt BL138 BUM et , •*' ITCLITOi * 4. *"d. «*< Prop. TEXA& m Meoiul cIabi wall matter t Uelton. TclM. of Publication. Savage Bldg., M ( ' i: -Hi ■R k | fc.C -, j } J m\ if* I 1 W * .^"ADVERTISING RATKS: Dis- plsy, i8 unts per inch flat rate, irith ,15 ptf cet t added for special Gtion. No display ad taken for i thai) 50 cents. Locals'6 cents per line for less than three inser- tion . •OFFICIAL ORGAN CITY OF EELTON. § .11! •I j" ! f This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war Local Mention. \ >•••• tu ■•«••«•••• Pete Melot is here today from Houston. Loulic Meyer is visiting in Sea Antonio. i t ■ ■ i f.;' V® I r- •• Miss Irma AJlen of Goliad if ihe guest Mrs. Chas. Pioctor. Miss Emma L. Meyer has re turned from a visit to South Texas. Tonight is regular meeting time for the Young Men's Chamber of Commerce and a full attendance is desired. ...

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