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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 29 September 1919

>y, V 1,'V <v. I r I ►> lA % ' J \ 1 ¥ V'1 ^ N YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED -TIDWELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO. 207. MEXIA. TEXAS MONDAY, SEPT. 29. 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance fSjsiii^ w mswmm APPLES! Fresh Car of Arkansas Apples just in. Good eating and cooking apples. Get them while they are fresh and cheap. Come to see me at the City Hall. C.J.Sterling no trouble at world series bethlehem wednesday Associated Press Keport. Bethlehem, Penn., Sept. 29.— The Bethlehem plant of the con-Betb-ceon rulbmetgoonttaoi Bethlehem Steel Corporation was very little affected today at the strike called from Pittsburg alnd there is no semblance of dis- order. It is evident from i*eports received from various Bethlehem plants over the country that a small percentage of the day shift responded to the strike call. aisaoT republic rumored REPORTS TO BE RECEIVED BY NEWS EVERY AF- TERNOON Associated Press Report. Coblenz, Sept. 29.—It was rum...

Publication Title: Mexia Evening News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 29 September 1919

. 4 He! I I VENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday FORT 4 SMITH, Owners anil Publishers Subscription, 50 cents per Mouth, Strictly in Advance En'ered as second class matter February 2S. 1919, at the postoftice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 centa. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Per line each Insertion, 6 cents. Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a m. Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is eusluslvely 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 spedlal dispatches herein are also reserved. Ducks are arriving, and sever- al report having seen the birds lately, but remember that you cannot kill them lawfully until Oct. 15th. —===== Local hardware dealers report some considerable difficulty in meeting the demand for heating stoves. The promised shortage of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 29 September 1919

V I I 4- f ■ ♦ - ' 1: / 'ryf, - ;$#: ' "<7 ■ . ^Jj JL. X ri r rjr OF A LOCAL NATURE People who are in and out of Mexia and 'erything If you have a visitor or going to leave town call 146 or 287. Miss Ora Phillips left Sunday' for Waco to enter Baylor Uni- versity. , Ladies who will furnish any-! A. M. Wade is in Dallas today thing in canned fruits or vege- on business. tables or fancy needlework for 1 the Limestone County Booth at Fresh car of apples just re- the Dallas Fair will plea.se send ceived—C. J. Sterling. 26tf. same to J. I. Riddle and Co. store or phone Mrs. R. B. Bass or Mrs. Geo. L. Peyton. Mrs. Pack will be here Wednesday of this week to ship same to Dallas. Have good seven room house with all conveniences, to rent— want to reserve two rooms.—0. Lewis, R. F. D. 5. Box 20. 27D7 Wanted: Gentleman and two children want lady housekeeper. Good home and wages. See Mr. Wade at Opera House. 29tf For Sale: J. D. Rambo home, Prairie Grove. 141 acres of Land 90 acres in cultiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 29 September 1919

MP DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS What's the use ol a name anyway/ CO<JL£> you t=iN£> 01/1 WHAT NA-Hir -Ti+ev ari_ THE. Babw'K V WAN 7 To HAVgj *7~ EM - Ci RAVED ON A i ■5PPCXN \N E.L-L- MA'M I HEN<11 /COT'S IE -TOOTSIt: CPiY - wopci* SNOOKME- CO KVM. 5. uTTifc peTTUMi ^ &apsi&-woo/y i 'DON'T i_t K£ O A5< n+£LM BUT I «— FINP I'LL. STAND and listen TO what -rt-ifc. v CAi-L BABV,1 Five. DrFf-EREJMT PEDPa OUT (VAME II HAGUE CAUSE WON WILSON BELIEVES PRESIDENT ON WAY HOME WILL THINK PEOPLE ARE WITH HIM. GAVE ALL HIS STRENGTH Devotion to Duty Explaining Peace Pact Caused Breakdown—Want- ed to Go on With Tour. (Independent News Bureau) Aboard President Wilson's Special Train.—It was the president's com- plete and utter devotion to the great cause he was advocating, the instruc- tion of the American people as to the league of nations, that resulted in the illness that caused the sudden termi- nation in Wichita, Kansas, of his speaking tour. For more than three weeks, with b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 30 September 1919

mtvwvi, YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED —TIDWEM/S BARKER SHOP. MEXIA VENING NEWS MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO. 208 MEXIA. TEXAS TUESDAY, SEPT 30, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance i V > L > & •v < V < w New Fall Silks DRESS SATINS—We have a complete line of Satins, the most favored fabric for smart frocks, priced $1.98 to $3.00 a yard. BLACK SATINS—In black we have several grades from $1.98 and up. > CREPE DE CHINE—We have a complete line of colors in an excellent quality of Crepe de Chine 40 inches wide and priced f* $2.50. COSTUME VELVET—We have just received a new ship- ment of Costume Velvet in black priced at $4.00 and $5.00 a yard. FANCY LININGS—Just received shipment Fancy Satins for lining in pretty range of patterns at $2.50. TOILET ARTICLES AT SAVING PRICES Colgates Tooth Paste, small at 10c Colgates Tooth Paste, large at 25c Mavis Talcum 25c Melba Talcum 25c Kolynos Tooth Paste 25c Pebeco Tooth Paste at 45c Prophylactic Tooth Brushes ...35c Melba ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 30 September 1919

0 EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Sunday Except FORT & SMITH, Owners aud Publishers Subscription, 50 cents per Strictly In Advance Month, Entered as second class matter February 2l . 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATE6 Display ' Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Per llue each insertion, 6 cents. Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. m. Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is ejfclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not oth- erwise credited in this paper, and ftl«o the-local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. Boston burglars refused to go on a sympathetic strike with the Boston police. Villa objects to being called a "bandit." We are expecting also a protest from the bandits union. CANADA'S LABOR CONTEST Since the Winnipeg strike there has been a vigorous fight in Canada, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 30 September 1919

—- ... >*;*: ««*.- <H*S. *«■■>*■', • ■£* ■ Tr - • ' , t o I \ I I J **. V| f ' I *" ■ V i *■ r^< :*k' v W OF A LOCAL NATURE People who are in and out of Mexia and 'erything If you have a visitor or going to leave town call 146 or 287. HEART BEATS Ladies who will furnish any- thing in canned fruits or vege- tables or fancy needlework for the Limestone County Booth at the Dallas Fair will please send same to J. I. Riddle and Co. store or phone Mrs. R. B. Bass or Mrs. Geo. L. Peyton. Mrs. Pack will be here Wednesday of this week to ship same to Dallas. Prof. Mallard, of Tehuacana, is in the city today. Fresh car of apples just re- ceived—C. J. Sterling. 26tf. W. It!. Brooks of Corsicana spent Tuesday in Mexia. An item from the Durant Weekly News, (Okla.) reads as follows: "E. M. Evans, editor of the News, has been confined to his bed most of the time the past week with malaria fever. Chas. Swinburne, linotype operator for the News, has just recovered from a similar attack."...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 30 September 1919

DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS /VMHC y (sw* There's a silver lining to every oiou<s Y(- S/ amd cjooD; IT f.'EN K Mit.LV . Cloa^ THAT WAV 15N'7 H£R.G. Birr then PERHAPS SHC "L-t- BE stLE. MR >\L L ovUH SHt= THfc- THINO* r CAM BlMRKlNi VMHO DoEJ TlH~ -SUCf'HTejT l-l KG PuUtST /^tSOUT a, , ;.a its JUST ■IH'S. u HiM' BRIGHT. L-l K£: cl_KVaini_V ix>es look i UI<E JOtVN "THAT WouuO s SOME. DIP i , Pi MRS. PACK HERE NEW LIGHT BIG CIRCUS WEDNESDAY WILL SEND MEXIA'S EXHIB- ITS TO STATE FAIR MANAGER The Mexia Light and Power Company at a directors meeting last Saturday night elected J. Frank Vickers, recently returned from foreign service, Manager to Mr. Vickers has hundreds of Mrs. Pack, Limestone County Food Demonstrator, will be in Mexia Wednesday to send the succeed 0. H. Brannon, who will 2^exia products to the State Fair, j leave in a few days for the Wes- Each town in the county will j tern States on a business mis- have a separate booth and prizes sion. will be awarded to the win...

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

rstarwz*:-: w.-«. m 0%t •« \ f MEXIA EVENING NEWS u©j. "*u; VOL. X'XI. NO. 258. MEXIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, DEC. 1, 1919. 5QOOOOOQOOOOGQOOC 'OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOg I Citizens Opera House Today and Tomorrow Shows 2 and 4—6:30 and 8:30. School Children 15c Matinees. 1 Ma S/.4 p.; OouGLns Fn irzBnriHS & A ooooooooooooooeooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocx All the joy out of life? Feeling blue and gloomy? Everything seem to be go- ing wrong? Let's see—guess you'd better visit a doctor; must be your liver oi* stomach or • something. No? You dbn't need that kind of a doc- tor? Oh! That's different. * You want a mental jolt, you say—something to give you a fresh start? Well, there is only one chance for you —but it's a sure cure. Bet- ter go and see the joy spec- ialist— Douglas Fairbanks in his bis new picture of laughter and love, thrills and surprises. 'HIS MAJESTY THE AMERICAN" Prices Afternoon 15 and 25c Eight Big Parts War Tax Included. Prices Nigh...

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

EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Sunday Except FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publishers Strictly In Advance Subscription, CO cents per Month, levered as second class matter February 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act ot March 8, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Hates on standing cards. Readers Per line eacli insertion, 5 cents. Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. m. mm A doctor of New York City a woman patient $99,568, but had to sue for it hint $5000. as he the Jury only gave Japan's naval plans warships In eight years $1284,600,001'. This is a omen tor the Paciili. call for 20S at u cost of nice peaceful The coal miners would freeze us and tilt' railroad workers would para- lyze us so if the farmers will starve us everything will be complete. While Ins tenants were attending a funeral an enterprising landlord of Spokane, Wash., leased their apart- ment and their wedding presents. King George has been presented with a golden s...

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

J %s|$v £*, ■ ... <v_. .... * • ~ v. - • - V / 1000 ISLAND.... ~T\ ' r ' . ... . V'.;. ... / ) Dressing. It makes the meal! A delicious dressing for Salads, Hot and Cold Meats, Fish and Sandwiches. Virginia Dare! Ask us what it is ? H, B. STEVENS PHONE No. 7 next Thursday. and big preparations are being made for the observance of this greal feast. Mexla merchants have arranged for a big holiday trade, not withstanding the fact dial the gift- giving Reason will call for bigger pri- ces this year than at any time, per- haps. since the Civil War. , The Baptists had a big time' here j .Sunday in their 75 million campaign. \n elegant dinner was served at the Church, and over $22,000.00 in cash and subscriptions was raised,, and a number of the members had yet to be seen. Their quota was $20,000, so you see they have gone "over the top." I am accepting yearly mail sub Bcrlptions to the Fort Worth Daily ftecord, and can ofl'vr you this most excellent dally: Daily and Sunday, one year $6...

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

.,v I |ff$i I DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS But unless Mother suffers a relapse everything will be lovely t-ooH nr 0/Nu<3HTEJ? I \S VCK'f t-<>W , A.ND We-'RE HA.VINCTM5' QevT -c.ocroR'1 A.bvi5fi jws wmarr TO O^/ (SEB \S2 ,J7T IS VKK^A (SERI0U1 THRMJ A>H SMITH 'J in VEi rHE. SHOCK. ACTK.D «EIW [iNJURlOUiCS T> -THE ATRIO-PI KVIiTlC 1 NERVE *NI> IT WIIL TA.KB NBovT S*n ( WONTHi fVEil KT] A, SANITARIUM TO vOVfeACOME TH& j v^TRp^ai-B :r~s\ /-^VThkt W> /THINK. OP- TH& I^asr. OK idTMiNc; tur * VOKACE 10 ITALV \\ill~ K6Mei.1V, MATTERi ■ WHEN SHE^OB S HE LL HAVE TO 1a& MOVtD TO ihb -mAiK iN A.N AMHUCANcE J II DIRECTORf WEIL Pi "HAlflNC IH* TAKE A COLD Pl.U /Ct eVSM MOAMINC AND AUilHAIIArt MASS ACE I>Ali-Y I OH 51* MOUffM AT SOME: «IMET PlAtE ON THE SHORES eP ■ IAK6. SUPERIOR I THINK] SHE MAX PERHAPS «e M LP. To CilT ARO«ND AfAiUi • 7*MV 'SN'T IT TOO BAD ItU AHE lUUt HERE'S f\N INVITATION FoR Vow to for mrs. boncvlue AT THE "QUI VIVE" FIVE HVNDRP-D CXUB Be SUA6 t...

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

i!S5 >Y . '-Skf %'f if .-V'.'i . ■■ ■ '.'V. '■ m mi EVENING NEWS VOL. XXI. NO. 259. MEXIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 2, 1919. • ' ■ 50c Per Month In Advance awe , f. Tr- MMoMMMMjWAR TIME REGULATION OR- Citizens Opera House TODAY "MAJESTY THE AMERICAN LAST TIMES TODAY * i L-JUL1.!?.- „ ujii- JU... L - ■- 1 ■ ■ 111 ■ 11 . m*.*1 TOMORROW JOHN BARRYMORS > —IN— " "RAFFLES" The Amateur Cracksman. Seven reels of sensation. Also 4th episode of •'Svnvshing' | Barriers." OERED TO AVOID FAMINE Washington, Dec. L—Wartime re- strictions 011 the consumption of coal were ordered into effect Monday for ilit period of the present strike emer- I j gency. Fuel Administrator Garfield, acting I in conjunction with the railroad ad- ministration, announced that only the j industries included in the first live I r'asset; of the priority list established during the war could be furnished j coal and that public utilities would be j asked to discontinue furnishing pow- er, heat ami lit: iuc rrius. The |urtus...

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

H ' i if® I f*i ■ ■■ i . — _ ^ _ J NEWS Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday son makes l lien beat led. forU'.ble living, « not doing JiLif'Fifli FCRT & SMITH, Owners and Publishers Strictly iu Advance Subscription, EO cents per Month, _K>'ered as second class matter February 2^. 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texts, under the act ot Muri'h 3, 1870. "ADVERTISING RATEb Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Per line each insertion, 5 cents. coine Laziness is a fruitful topic for di cussion, but the people who ought 'to read about it are tqo lazy to do so, ami we can't penalize the industrious by making them rend about the sloth- ful. Besides, we don't feel like such a tusk! CONQUEST 0Y FORCE J Ml O II \ ¥. Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. m. ;;:-.s;v:"--'!v ii Those ^interested in International dl- plomacy and world aims of nations SIX MILLION PAPERS A Paris newspaper has broken the world records of circulation by dis- tributing six m...

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

• i I m :$tl :: I i — — •••• Dressing. It makes the meal! A delicious dressing for Salads, Hot and Cold Meats, Fish and Sandwiches. Virginia Dare! Ask us what it is? «*—4. H. B. STEVENS PHONE No. 7 -r- —„ TOWN GOSSIP LOCAL AND PERSONAL Carbons and adding machine paper at the News office. Ed Measles is on the sick list this week. Little Miss Dorothy Brown was in Wortham Saturday and Sunday visit- ing Mrs. M. C. Strange. H. F. Poyner, well known In tills city, has been working in the First National Hank at Wortham. Misses Addle and Annie Lou Cam- eron, of Wortham, were pleasant Mexia visitors last week. Carbon and adding machine paper at the News Printing Company. The home of Warren Anderson lias been completed and is almost ready for occupancy. ing physicians. Mr. Berry is in the Baptist Sanitarium in Dallas. Mrs. J. W. Helms, of Dallas, came down Thanksgiving day and spent several days here with her husband, J. W. Helms, the efficient watchmaker at Roller's and returned home Mon- da...

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

DIRECTORY LODGES Lodge cards will be run under this bead for 50c per month, payable quarterly. Church cards, fre« KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS A Saving! Using the Interurban saves your valuable time Iso your money Our agent can tell you. TrarlB Lodge No. 20. Meets every Thursday nlghi at Knights of Pythias hall. Visiting Knights always wel- come. W. B. Kendrick, C. C. J. F. Coed ell, K. of R. S. D. H. Gibson, Sac. Ins., Dept. Hourly Car Service between Denison-Sherman-Daiias Waco-Corsicana With direct connection at Dallas for Ft. Worth and Cleburne. MODERN ORDER PRAETORIANS. Uuiou Council No. S5. Meets 2nd Thursday aiglit in oaca month at Buckner & Wright's aramer office. Investigate our JO, 15 and 20 year policies. None better. W. A. Buckner. 3. A. 3. F. Reynolds, Recorder WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Mexia Camp No. 34. Meets in K. o 1 F. Hall 1st aud am Friday niglits. Cordial invitation extended to all vis- 'ting Sovereigns. Jas. P. Anderson, C. C. A. I). McDonald, Clerk. WOODMEN CIRCLE. Lynn...

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

Akke* . ■ ■ ^ t \,'i WmwSM / VOL. XXI. NO. 260. MEXIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3, 1919 50c Per Month IBMWi m ;8 1 iU\ m Citizens Opera House TODAY From two to ten-thirty—no stop today. JOHN BARRYMORE As the amateur cracksman —IN— MHn mm «i i A seven reel production that will please I you. Also 4th episode "Smashing: Barriers." PRESIDENT WILSON'S MESSAGE TO NATIONAL CONGRESS IN BRIEF TOMORROW CONSTANCE TALMADGE —IN— "A TEMPERAMENTAL WIFE" A peppy play about wives and stcnogs. There is noth- ing like calling in a doctor, to bring hubby to his senses. Constance Talmadge f/1 m in. © c/i Temperamental •Wife" t The sad sweet story of a maid who would wed a man who would gaze upon no feminine charms but her own. She sallies forth into the wide world in pursuit of him. captures him and then—oh, then! she begins to find out things about men, the wretches! and her own in particular. This is Miss Talmadge's First Production for the First National Exhibitor's Circuit. MEXICAN PRESS, SEEING RUPTU...

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

r / I | iP EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday FORT & SMITH, Owners ami Publishers Strictly in Advance Subscription, CO cents per Month, i^'ered as second class mutter February 26. 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1S79. ADVERTISING RATEb Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Hates on stauding cards. Readers Per line each insertion, 5 cents. Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. m. CHRISTMAS TIME It is Just a few (lays until the Christmas holidays. Mexia will be a scene of revelry and many gifts, ex travagant and practical will be given Mexia merchants will offer to the public a most unusual line of Christ- mas goods. They have bought heav- ily and are preparing to accomodate the largest crowds in the history of their business. The News'has contracted with sev eral merchants to carry ads for them during the holidays. They will tell BOLSHEVISM you what tliey have. We ask our rea- ders—is it not a fact that it is much easier to tra...

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

-HB MS w||§; 1000 ISLAND.... /( • y /K Dressing. It makes the meal!?A delicious dressing for Salads, Hot and Cold Meats, Fish and Sandwiches. Virginia Dare! Ask us what it is? H. B. STEVENS PHONE NO. 7 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Carbons and adding machine paper at the News office. The Munger Oil and Cotton Com- pany reports. In spite of the short crop, a rushing business. Carbon and adding machine paper at the News Printing Company. Mexia is facing something qf, a coal famine, according to local reports. Only a few more tons of coal remain in the local yards. Several Mexia folk saw fit to brave the weather Wednesday morning and go duck hunting. Henry Kelz, who has been attend- ing the University of Texas, has re- turned to Mexia and is now back at the Pels'. Grocery. For Sale: Max Tapper's pro- perty. 2 1-2 lots, 7 room house, well located, Price $2,000—Jesse MeLendon, Mexia, Texas. 30-d-tf sight Wednesday morning. Ice had formed on the trees and shrubbery, and instead of a little toyra on ...

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

Mother finds that election HAS already brought prosperity DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS MK.VAN LOOM; THAT ISN'T ENOOCH MONE.V VOV KNOW BUTTEK AND B<5«5 HAVE. CONE UP ilNCE. UA5T WEEK I DIDN'T I TELL Y00 LOOK HOW PR04PER0W the GfROCERS arf cfett/nc at-keadv.' O ON , MA THAT AU. NONS6NJE.' I POM"! THINK I MM\C-S THE- MiAi T BIT OF DIFFBK&NCe. \NWO RVIK.S TWO COUNW.V iTATt co\ cm, the peopt-e WIU. Nt&VE*. BfcNCSlT 'A I THiHH SCU Ana ENTIRELY TOO PSJiilHISTIi THE CI7I2-ENS OP THIS Fftfct AND Carious COVWTR.V WAVt SPOKfeN AW NOW O" THB PE^PCt W'l*. ^RTTWClR Rls'HtX AN.l l*(u. at itan VOU'L!. SOOH PIND MAT PROSPERITY 13 HERE c •WTJIIIH ^ilrfu.at* LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET Bf KSii ' t; ■ i i OCKX>OOOOOC-C<OOCOOC>^^OOOCCOCCCCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO DIRECTORY LODGES Lodge cards will be run under this bead for 50c per month, payable quarterly. Church cards, frea. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS A Saving! Travis Lodge No. 20. Meets every Thursday ntghi at Knights of Pythias j hall. Visiting Knights a...

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