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

-i' V' ' i .'-"t '' ■ Bt V if®' i . ' ' , \i 011 | | V' ML Xj*. 1^/lf - " - " ■ VOL. XXI. --■« ' ■ NO. 261. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance - , " H B f i Citizens Opera House TODAY . 9 Ai • 5 Matinees Start 2 o'clock Constance Talmadge —IN— • '* ' • ■ ;'< ■' * "A Tempermental Wife" Night Starts 6:30 CONTEMPT CHARGES FILED ;; AGAINST COAL STRIKE LEADERS A peppy about wives stenogs. and a play and >>/ //, •" •- | CONSTANCE TALMADGE | •'Mms#-. U PRIZMA NATURAL COLOR "CATALINA" Indianapolis, Dec. 4.—Information charging 8< international and district officers of the United ine Workers of America with criminal contempt of court for ulleged violation of the in- junction issued here by United States District Judge A. 15. Auderson was til- ed this afternoon. • Capiases returnable Tuesday in the case of defendants in this Jurisdiction were issued and arrests will be math* us booh Ji possible. Judge Anderson fixed the bond* in each caae at $10,.- 000....

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

* '■' and Publishers --•■i*" *r~r— —•—~~~i iu Advance Id cents per Mouth, dubscrlp BUDBCnp ?; ~ kMered as second class matter February 2«- 1919, at tlie post.offlce at Mexia, Texas, under the act. ol March 3. 1879. "• •./? I la t ADVERTISING RATEb Advertising rates given on applica- tion. ■ v ji,; ; J Special Hates on standing cards. Readers Copy for ads must be ui office by 11 a. m. Take your work as a tonic, and not as an ANESTHETIC. Good luck has a favorite way of lighting on the shoulder of the fellow who comes to meet it. to go *o hur- W yn, Gompers warns Congress to go ■low— headlines. Gompers says "thumbs up." % tampers says "thumbs down." Gompers says "thumbs wiggle-wag- gle' Some few days ago a mob of I. \V. W. shot aud killed a number of our ex-service men in Central la, Wash- ington, and the police arrested them —ARRESTED them mind you. Per- sonally we thank God that there is no law in Texas that keeps us from kil- ling rattlesnakes wherever they are found, and we predict...

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

X "ffi <i ■ *'• !j', ■■■1 — — *4 /> ♦ # m r-'H"maV■ ''•'i■ 'SU V'fVJwp -(fJo ; well located, Price $2,000 - Jes. c McLencion, Mexia, Texas. 130-d-ti: Dressing. It makes the meal! A delicious dressing for Salads, Hot and Cold Meats, Fish and Sandwiches. Virginia Dare! Gwinr to ii wreck on the Trinity; and litiAZ(i8 Valley ilie trains Wednes- day v.ere very late. Today they ars ' running on' time. a. i Tile fritntis of J. L. Sinclair will be! j;!ad to know that he is rapidly recov-; ering. Mr. Sinclair has been quit# ill j I for the- last, few .days with a severe' attack of the "flu." Ask us what it is? we? ftlSe King's Daughters of the Ce«-; tral Presbyterian Church will have a : market Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock I ut Cox-Forest Drug Store. Will ha vol all kinds of gaod things for dinner. j 3d:', j H, B. SMS PHONE No. 7 LOCAL AND PERSONAL H. C. Griffith is on the sick list. Carbons and adding machine paper at the News office. White Crest Flour $3.45 and SI.SO. Upper Ten Fl...

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

■s*y : U. IN A, MtNlTff ] I'UI- c"N^H<6 I N6i D0t-t.AH | | Aif >• (JUAHTlRj AN HOUR 'j f I o^r^o-y^cscoc-ooooooocaooooooooooooooooooooooobo oqoooooqck)00ogoooooooooo<x>oooqooooqck>ooooooqoooooooqooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooqoooooqoooooooooooooo© Travis Lodge No. 20. Meets every Thui-sday night at Knights of Pythias j hall. Visiting Knights alwars wel- come. W. B. Kendrick, C. C. J. F. Cogdell, K. cf R. F. J D. H. Gibson, Sec. Ins., Dept. VAN LGOi'w eeoPLE., HAVli JPOKUX, SIK . You 'Re nc r cjoi TO tfJVMiSE Mt A DOl_tAR AN HOUR. LO^IOU.S ffctiPLt wv: m ■ '■i _ LOT ANO PROM ON tt.YT3>>,NTWNC/- WILL BEL Alt-WOff' HUftRAS , Popular , CtoVP-RNHENT. t-*- t-i {~srv *~*m> JL/l-iviJV.' .i Uil LODGES Lodge cards will be run under this i head for 50c per month, payable quarterly Church cards, free, KNIGHTS OF PVTHIAS Usmg the Interurban saves your valuable time also yotiv money Our agent tan teli you. Father Is looKing lor ratuer quicK resuns AT A ll; iir- i do f ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 6 December 1919

\ MEXIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY DEC. 6, 1919. VOL. XXI. NO. 263 50c Per Month In Advance Citizens Opera House TODAY Matinees Start 2 o'clock Night Starts 6:30 all® ..■ppr;; 'MSMM <>*•> :|:I ; . Si Jack Pickfb^d. Jack Pickford In a drama of boyhood days with their joys and sorrows, "IN WRONG" Live it over once more. The tears will come into your eyesvbut you will have to laugh. Also Harold Lloyd —IN— Back to the Woods Coming Monday LOUISE GLAUM In the great spectacle "SAHARA" Afternoon 10 and 20c Night 15 and 30c OLEDGE BAPTISTS GO OVER THE TOP SUNDAY Cooledge. Texas. Dec. 0.—Cooledge went over the top the first (lay of the campaign with $2800 for good meas- ure. Cooledge's <|uota was $12,500. She subscribed $15,332 ''vices Sunday evening. was the greatest day in the history of Cooledge Baptists. Families sub- scribing $500 or over were: C. E. Prince, $800; \V. F. Hood, $650; J. D. MciBlroy, $645; C. It.* Bullock, $600; J. E. McElroy, $570,; J. R. Ogilvie, $525. Largest individu...

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

, ' '' •' I Mi'-fity ■i tfu ■U i'v;~ /. moll E I fc, 111 m. |J . I Si P | |$S 5 «£$ Jo1.,'''.yr' CTaFy-mL- ; ' p««' EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Sunday Except FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publlslwrs Strictly in Advance Subscription, CO cents per Montb, Kvered as second class matter February 26- 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the net ol March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Advertising rates given on applica- tion. :rl'j Special Kates on standing cards. Readers Copy tor ads must be in office 11 a. m. by Sunday school and Church row at the regular hours. tomor- wreck the other day. Accidents will occur, even when the circumstances indicate that it Is almost impossible. OOOOCXXXX)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC We heard a boy from Groesheck say | Friday afternoon that he slipped off in > order to play a game of football here. | If that is the kind of boys that take j part in the game, we are of the opin- ion that there should be a sudden halt. Give us boys whose parents Know-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 6 December 1919

M fc.vi' ; > urfrtW".., . t ' t ' •4 , '■ # i n ft m H t. 1 A vl& *f, '■A BProlai PI ~ m W' ""• t-—r.*r IN SOCIAL WAY Keep Prospefity at Home this Christmas. Yukons Cracked Wheat.... Buy it in Mexia. A QUESTION AND IT8 ANSWER Men s Tastes A delicious Breakfast Food, rich nutty flavor. Be healthy—eat Graham Flour. We have a fresh supply at all times. H. B. STEVENS PHONE No. 7 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Carbon and adding machine paper at the News Printing Company. Miss Mable Hall was a Oroesbeck visitor Saturday afternoon. Captain "Buck" Stroud, of Groes- beck, was a pleasant Mexla visitor Saturday afternoon. A large crowd of Wortham people came in on the noon train Saturday to spend the afternoon in Mexla. Young man, look! listen! better go to Schulz's New Drug Store to select that Christmas present for her. Rev. A. R. Lundy spent a few hours in Mexla Saturday, but left on the noon train for his new home in "Rock Island. For Sale: One pair of mated, band- ed Maltese Hen Pigeons and al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 6 December 1919

I'M; " "■ .|^rw$r X I ,,;••# {#, •" '• . 1 V'v] DOINGS OF THE VAN LC0N3 Mother makes a discovery, "oiit it isn't lodge 3?- I HAVE THREE Bi AND A PiMR OP QUECMf VAN/ WHAT HXVK.WU dOT 1 ma want y iNtf IN THO KMM TO <? OVER •SOME setR£T Worm rttAr I'VE CiOT TO KNOWJ WMfcN take Twe nbjtt cecnte ^W6tL /Tt AT'S A v— MltfHTN UNC L6VSON l« secner WORK . I WONDER WHAT IT ALk H HC50AND 3MULDN T HAve ANy &HOM HIS V/IFE ANN HOW I XHtHK I HAVG A UlCHT TO tlSTEN. YA>M&N IN THU l-ODCfE. /SND MAMMC .THetl <=(/(.(. I'Ul. HAVE. TO CdOK , INTO THIJJ^Bi^^P MO WOHDHK LDPCEV NO*J VON'f UB.T AN^ONt,r D JTU«U VS. WE. WANT/ PRIVACY STRICT I HAVE AH AWf=VL NCAJDACHE TMfty ARB, TALKiNC ABOUT RAiMNCS ANP KINC MlCM weu-t VNBLC. TM£R£ IS R0VAU7V JlW THIS L.OD£e ^VAtoSECRETVy KITTY f there. iANlNC. MADE QUttN WORK' 0 FBI 5 4 J! } I if If Ii it 1 ■ 11 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 - LIVE UNDER Y. W. C. A. RULE I'— RED CROS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 8 December 1919

■v$e :■■■ -i" MEXIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, DEC. 8, 1919. VOL. XXI N0.264 50c Per Month In Adv - % n . U MA ' i. M A V t Citizens Opera House TODAY Matinees Start 2 o'clock Night Starts 6:30 On account of "Sahara" being: shipped to Childress through an error, we are using a substitute again today. ALBERT CAPELLANI presents JUNE CREIGHTON caprice and hale waco will lose gas. mexia getshersupply. eight mil lion cubic feet for mexia -IN- A merry comedy of modern America sparkl- ing with fun and frolic—written by P. G. Wodehouse, co-author of "Oh, Boy!" and a dozen other, Broadway successes—adapted for the screen from his popular story in The Saturday Evening Post ::a damsel in distress:: A COMEDY OF ERRORS Those who try to add to the Damsel's Distress are halted in their designs—Those who would alleviate her distress merely add to her many troubles—Even she herself is in error as to the man she really loved until she is disillusioned as to the fir=t man. A Gale of Laughter! A Riot of Fun! Regu...

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

is ■ s KB . 18 W4mm IP... _ - JHiVMIIMIHMIIRvm/m -vMw • iSyS*';V - • - . . •ttj&r < < ■ ?.V.v •> - EVENING NEWS SKI'A KATE ACCOMODATIONS Published Every Aflernoon Except Sunday ~FORTTA SMITH, Owners and PubllsUota Strlotly In Advance Subscription, Ed cents per Month, Kvered as second class matter February 2<>. 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the net of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Advertising rates given on applica- tion. Special Hates on standing cards. Readers Copy for ads must be In office by 11 a. m. TOLEDO STREET CAR STRIKE Toledo, Ohio, is In the midst of a new strike, caused by the removal of all its street cars into a neighboring state. This was done by the street car company's officials after the citi- zens had voted for an ouster ordinance when the fare was increased. One night the cars were running, and the next morning they had cross- ed the state line not to resume oper- ation for many days. A week has passed, and merchants, whose b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 8 December 1919

TOWN GOSSIP Keep Prosperity at Home this Christmas. WELL SUR, I enjoyed read- * * * I • I' I i H 4* * r; t I r \ m • T • ** *9 I j$ I. belongs to the Old Reliable Grocery Man— the Man that handles everything in the Gro- cery line. PHONE No. 7 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Carbon and a<ldlng machine paper at the News Printing Company. For Sale: Cattle, horses, mules and farm Impliments. See Jesse Ca- lame. 6-d3t Jack Corley returned Sunday from a short visit to relatives in Corsicana. Mrs. S. B. Bishop, of Hub- bard, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Rex Forrest for a few days. Mrs. W. K. Boyd, of Houston, is in the city the guest of Mrs. E. L. Smith. Miss Julia Kauhl wnt to Dal- las Sunday for a short business visit. Major N P. Houx has return- ed from Galveston where he at- tended the Texas Editorial As- sociation. He reports a most pleasant time. Rex Forrest, R. F. Babb, Tra- cy McKinzie and Pete Reynolds have returned from a hunting trip to West Texas. They report a good time and considerab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 8 December 1919

Far be it from Father to make « fool of v * v l. LOONS VAN DOINGS JlTS KAN uV^i rAVlN'V CMfcr i>A^, V<HA.TS 4o t>ow^ town With , -THAT FREAK ro -ve>u tv*n MMCE- ME. A lAUfiH/NC STOCK IN THtJ I TOWN I SHOULD l vwuupn'T i <5vas.i in&>—y THINNA < WANT -ro make. a. f-OOC OF^ MVS&LF .' WB.LL TH6N TAKK. ANC6I.1NG. DOWN W'TH VOU AND SHOW H6*. WH&IV6- TO rAKEy iT. 2>HE't-«-r 7H6-/ 4 I TELL WHM V«y J>0 THEN' TIE A StftiNf: ON VOUR FINtt? SO YOU WON'T FORGET IT'. <j,0 IN AN® TKtM TO £>Lt FOBIT ! I 1 PICKED TH€i WINNER THE HATTER oo yoy vww7 TO MAKE ME RlWCUtOOi IN THE B\fiS OF Tlie people: THE. IDEA OP PARAPIN&' AROUND WITH A S7RII*; «N MY pr|NC£R' BAM' FA ,WIU- YOU M.EAS& TAKE HU UMSKELUV P MINE DOWH oMN AND H«,VE IT REPAIRED.' LOOK AT r T^OSU"/ IDIOTIC J BKn :/ wmat; ME «AW>V AN UMBHRUA J>0WN ON A PAM AND WAT cHcrtP VAN U ON.' WE.LL NOW '"VP- c^oT TO c;o AMD PAH THAT ,K SLECTiOlN «ET. I 'onrM w ■ • — TOWN CARR.1 "THI CLF^AR. WMprGU-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 December 1919

■■ ,.r. v /W • •• EVENING NEWS < ' ' ,:■« \ , ; " . •• . ; 4 '%&$■ * ; ^ t >> ; VOL. XXI. NO. 265. MEXIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 9, 1919. ; imam r>0c Per Month In Advance h#r MM Citizens Opera House 1 TODAY Matinees Start 2 o'clock Night Starts 6:30 - tr m- d S8#3I & V^dTV. Field Ol'tl Jack Pickford —In— "BILL APPERSON'S BOY" A Story of the Ken- tucky Mountains IT'S GOOD WILSON BLOCKS SENATE PUN TO BREAK WITH MEXICO Rw* i hps WW —COMING THURSDAY— A D. W. Griffith Special and a "Prizma" Nat- ural Color. ct >■: ,-T ! 'lie president expressed confidence I was necessary to prevent thieves! t he had the support of every com- from' "stealing Dallas, Texas, Dec. 9.—Ex- press shipments, except perish- able foodstuffs will be limited to 100 pounds a day for any firm - individual, effective Monday, nevfei i the jurisdiction of R. S. Ilam- [lia,9 shire, superintendent of the Am- erican Railway Express Com- pany in Dallas, it was announc- ed Sunday night. Express con- gesti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 December 1919

'f - ' ♦p -a is I I 1 Si i rip- ■• m 1 n I ■j, - K? EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday FORT & SMITH, Owners anil Publishers Strictly lu Advance Subscription, CO cants per Mouth, bftck to norms type machine, the most import-1 ant part of the office, broke j down, consequently there is notj the usual amount of reading matter. Forgive us this time, land tomorrow the paper will be, Management. K"vtered an aecoud class matter February 2ti. 1919, at the postofflce at Mexia. Texas, under * the act ot March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATEo Advertising rates glveu on applica- tion. Special Hates on standing cards. Readers Copy for ads must be In office by XI a m. REGRETS TOWN GOSSIP The Management wishes to explain the appearance of to- day's paper. You know there are many things to happen in a newspaper office that will make things disagreeable, and one of them happened today—the Lino- BARGAINS IN Wood Cook Stoves, also all kinds of Wood Heaters—Stove Pipe— Wash Pots—Barb Wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 December 1919

mmmim — ■■ "ii; f 'Wm -fsm ■" Jpc and Hoy Stubenrauch re- turned Sunday night from Dal- las, where they had gone to at- tend the funeral of their sister- in-law, Mrs. Eugene E. Stuben- rauch, wJbo died in a sanitarium in Fort Worth, and was buried ! in Dallas—her home. belongs to the Old Reliable Grocery Man— the Man that handles everything- in the Gro- cery line. t * * • ' t It* . . I r it LOCAL AND PERSONAL Carbon and adding machine paper at the News Printing Company. % J. V. Mallory is on a business trip to Calvert and Hearne. guests of W. E. Brooks and wife. Weather: Tonight fair, tem- perature zero to sixteen. Wed- nesday fair. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Barham, of Coolidge spent Sunday here with L. E. Bains and family. See our line of Xmas cards News Printing Co. I \Vanted to Buy: A good Jer- For Sale: Cattle, horses, muleslsey milk COW. Mrs. Elliott and farm impliments. See Jesse Ca ! Means. dlwl lame. 6-d3t J. W. Helms went up to Dallas Geo. L. Peyton leaves this at- Saturday evenin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 December 1919

1 Pi | I Ifefeu ife m m ::3SE££$: You smack your Hps over it because you like its taste, Us quality, its genuine gratifi cation. It satisfies thirst. Demand the genuine by full name nicknames encourage substitution The Coca-Cola Co. atlanta, ga. S old Everywhoro .>0 A NERVOUS WRECK From Three Years' Suffering. Says Cardui Mf de Her Weil. Texas City, Tex.—In an interesting statement, Mrs. 0. H. Schill, of this town, says: "For three years I suffered untold agony with my head. I was unable to do any of my work. I just wanted to sleep all the time, for that was the only ease I could get, when I was asleep. I became a nervous wreck just from the awful suffering with my head. I was so nervous that the least noise would make me jump out of my bed. 1 had no energy, and was unable to do anything. My son, a young boy, had to do all my household duties. 1 was not able to do anything until 1 took Cardui. I took three bottles in all, and it surely Cured me of those awful headaches. That has ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 10 December 1919

\ V k VOL. XXI. NO. 2GG TODAY Matinee and Niffht BESSIE LOVE PEGEEN EVENING NEWS MEXIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance I i m HENRY SAYS HE DOES NOT FEAR WOMEN'S VOTE NEWS BULLETINS Taken from the popular novel. A Vitagraph Joy Picture, and, William Duncan in 5th ep- isode—"SMASHING BARRIERS." Tomorrow—Lillian Gish in D. W. Griffith's powerful drama of human hearts— "TRUE HEART SUSIE" And a PRIZMA. Coming next Monday—Harold Bell Wright's masterpiece— THE SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS in ten parts. SMILES THROUGH TEARS; HEART BREAKING; OH, "TRUE HEART SUSIE!" Persons who have ever had to smile while their hearts were breaking, will never forget the performance of Lil- lian Gish in "True Heart Susie," the latest 1). W. Griffith Artcraft picture which will be displayed at the Opera House tomorrow. Since her appearance in "Broken Blossoms," Mr. Griffith's tremendous artistic Success that has been the sen- sation of New York, Miss Gish fs con- ceded by all the metropoli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 10 December 1919

Tench Authorities are plann::« to open "national restaurants" in l'uriu within a month, where meals, without wine, will he served, at two francs in wooden barracks. This is one way to beat the high cost of living EVEN'M NEWS GOOQOOOQQOQQQQOOOOOOOOOOOO Published Every Afte.'noon Excoi t Sunday Buy it in Mexia Keep Prosperity at Home this Christmas. FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publishers The simplification of the income and profits taxes is necessary; last year a federal agent came into these parts and advised certalu folks certain things and Uils year another federal expert conies, in and fines them fo: following advice given them by a gov- ernment representatlvf Strictly in Advance Subscription. EO cents per Month, 1 )t>fered as second class matter February 26. 1919, at the postoffice at Itexiu, Texa.^ under the act of March 2, 1879. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCX2C.VOOOOOO The Kiddies Christmas Letters HOW ABOUT THE HOUSE FURNISHINGS? mmm f'r. nHH Is ADVERTISING RATEc. Advertising rates g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 10 December 1919

, / t •k up* f I T tf* w ill .1 For Cold Weather.... Our complete line of gro- ceries will satisfy that winter taste. H. B. Stevens Phone No. 7 LOCAL AND PERSONAL S. P. Holbert, of Houston, was In Mexia Wednesday morning. H. D. Ilaskins, of Dallas, was in the city Wednesday on business. It. E. Olaze, of Corsicana, is in our city for a few days. Leonard Tldwell is on the sick list with another touch of the flu. H. Martin, of Dallas, was in the ci- ty Wednesday morning transacting business. Miss Mary Elenor McKinzie is in Galveston this week, spending the week with friends. Get those seedless raisins, desicat- ed cocoanut and spices tor your Christmas cooking at Houser and Lamberth's. Phone 43. Ben Hartley, of the Southwestern Paper Company, Dallas, wa sa pleas- ant caller at the News office Wednes- day. Miss Mary Beth Alderman, who is attending school at C. I. A., is in the city for a few days visiting her par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Alderman. D. C. Hall left Tuesday for his home i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 10 December 1919

— • • • •• •' .. v,Vfr «pp- -? i SBSSEBHHHBH HICKMAN'S JM CHRISTMAS STORE "The Place of a Thousand Gifts' To realize to it's fullest extent the pleasure of shopping- this Christmas Time, you must visit our store soon. On every hand you will find suggestions a'plenty for gifts, old and young. And in all stocks an ample range of sel- ection has been provided to please every wish. An early visit will prove our readiness to meet your every need. Books and Christmas cards. 1 RIBBONS IN A PLENTIFUL ASSORTMENT They form a most interesting part of our display of gift selections. When you're here see them, at Hickman's. SHE WOULD BE DELIGHTED WITH OUR WAISTS They please because they appeal through those little elegancies so dear to the heart of every woman. Plenty of beautiful waists at Hickman's. SILK SWEATERS—Most beautiful ever brought to Mexia. A fur trimmed coat—the gift su- preme. And shown in our present sel- ections are new ar- rivals in the latest modes. There are so many good gift ...

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