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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 10 December 1919

■ w ■ Citizens Opera House lm illWt TODAY Matinee and Nijfht COAL STRIKE IS ENDED BY AGREEMENT UPON TERMS FROM WILSON CM r> I I D. W. GRIFFITH Presents LILLIAN GISH—IN "TRUE HEART SUSIE" Six Parts The story of a plain girl. Another powerful drama of human hearts by the world's master director—the man that gave the world, "The Birth of a Nation," "Hearts of the World," and "Broken Blossoms." "Kiddies" a Prizma natural color completes the bill. This program is here. Prices, 10c, 15c and 25c TOMORROW OLIVE THOMAS—IN 'UPSTAIRS AND DOWN' Coming1 next Monday—Harold Bell Wright's masterpiece— TORRENTIAL RAINS IN THREE SOUTHERN STATES CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE 11.—Torrential pan of the Indianapolis, Dec. 11.—The strike of 400,000 bituminous coal miners of the country was settled here today when the general committee of the United • Mine Workers of America agreed to.j ^ ' accept ihe plan ottered by President. Wilson rains over the greater The members voted to accept the South that first had pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 10 December 1919

wm liK$K HB "i I i B.i E a 1: m February ^0. 1819, at tUe postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the net ot March 3, 1S79. ADVERTISING RATE® Advertising rates given on uppliia- tion. Special Hates on standing cards. Readers Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. m. "h TRADING WITH HATED HUN'S '-T r (J ' ™ ■. in the first ten and a half months after the armistice was signed the sales of British goods to the Germans amounted to more than $50,000,000. These figures are of passing interest when we remember the sentiment du- ring the war to isolate and boycott the Germans after the hostilities were over. It seems that money can get what there is to sell, as most of us thought would be the case. BARGAINS IN Wood Cook Stoves, also all kinds of Wood Heaters—Stovq Pipe— Wash Pots—Barb Wire—Hog Wire—and don't forget ous Home Made Harness—Bridles—Lines. Good values in Collars—Hames, and Traces. We sell the Hersules Buggy and they are good ones. Come to see us for all kinds of Hardware. KLOTZ AND Y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 10 December 1919

"Meet you after the movies —Ches Field ANT a new kind cigarette enjoy- ment? It's in Chester- fields. And because the Chesterfield blend is a secret, it's in Chesterfields only mm .*■ pair of lint! Carneux pigeons. These are extra line birds and came from prize ptock in St. Louis. Call at the Newa office If interested. tf I am accepting yearly mall sub- scriptions to the For: Worth Daily Record, and can offer you thin most excellent dally: Daily and Sunday, one year.........$G.50 Dally without Sunday $4,715 See or telephone DeWltt Lamb after 4:0. at the Xew3 Printing Company. WHitt ' I 1 I * * > i %.*■ d+ * l !:' W-' SSfoTWil' <, For Cold Weather;... Our complete line of gro- ceries will satisfy that winter taste. H. B. Stevens Phone No. 7 District Attorney Louis Seay and Lawyer Bill Kennedy, of Groesbeck, returned Wednesday from Fulrlleld where they have been attending dis- trict court, Mr. Seay says that the Douglas case was postponed until the next term of court and all the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 10 December 1919

- Keep Prosperity at Home this Christmas. Buy it in Mexia. Christmas Lumber Of course, for those repairs the wife wants made before the holidays. Her lady friends will be dropping in to give her the-compliments of the season, and she wants HER house and premises to look spick and span. And that is the spirit YOU admire in your wife. Hie lumber, all kinds, waits for you. BUCKNER. & WRIGHT — K2&' ■« THE UNI VERS At* CAR Let There Be No Discords If your Foril car is out of tune, there is undoubted- ly a very good reason for it. And the best way to find that reason, and have it remedied, is to jump in and drive to our authorized Service station, where one of our mechanics who is thoroughly acquainted with the Ford mechanism and who knows the Pord way to adjust or repair your car. can tune it up in a garage that is properly equipped to give real Ford service. Then, too we never use imitation parts—only the Gen- uine Ford-made, strong and durable. They wear from thirty to seventy-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 12 December 1919

I *■ : \ V ' W ' % ,'c.uC. Vv EVENING NEWS VOL. XXI. NO. 268. MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 12, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance Citizens Opera House yODAY Matinee and Night OLIVE THOMAS —IN— UPSTAIRS AND DOWN FROM CELLAR to GARRET A LAUGH ON EVERY STEP Oh, You Baby Vamp! -and a CHRISTIE Comedy- The cost of films has advanced from 25 to 40 per cent in the last ninety days. -Coming Monday- LATE NEWS BULLETINS P Washington, Dec. 12.—Despite a be- low freezing temperature President YVil&cm spent an hour on the south portico of the Wiiite House, lie was wrapped In the big fur coat he wore while attending the peace conferouce last winter. There was a bright sun and comparatively light wind. o o o Paris, Dec. 12.—The German reply to the supreme council note demand- ing the signing of the peace protocol has been received in Paris, and this afternoon was undergoing transla- tion by the German delegation, accor- ding to the Intransigeant. The news- paper declares that the reply is sub- stanti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 12 December 1919

knowledge con- und ©are oi in- EVENING NEWS Excei-t Published Every Afternoon Sunday FORT & Owners am SMITH, Publishers I ! w Strictly In Advance Subscription, CO cents per Month, KVered us second February 2G. 1919, at tl Mexia, Texas, under March 3, 1879. ClaS£ I seases, (or th,e reason that anything the n.ct of, Mniwh tn uill the germ may ADVERTISING RATEa Advertising rates given on applica- tion. Spedal Hates on standing cards. Readers Copy tor ads must be in office by 11 a. m. EXTENDING HUMAN LIFE Dr. Mayo's statement that it Is the duty ol' the present <\ge to extend the average period of life ten or fifteen years meets with hearty response from laymen. But as often happens, doctors disagree. Dr. William H. Por- ter. a distinguished New Yorker, dis- agrees with emphasis, holding that the chief source of decreased mortal- BARGAINS IN Wood Cook Stoves, also all kinds of Wood Heaters—Stove Pipe— Wash Pots—Barb Wire—Hog Wire—and don't forget ous Home Made Harness—Bridles—Lin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 12 December 1919

II. & T. C. R. R. MAIN LINE. North bound No. 5—Arrives 4:05 A. No. 17—Arrives 4:55 A. No. 15—Arrives 4:05 P. ESI South Bodir^ No. 18—Arrives 1:38 A. No. 16—Arrives 12:15 P. No, 6—Arrives 11:15 P. CUT OFF North Bound No. 31—Arrives 2:55 P. No. 33—Arrives Sunday 1:55 P. South Bound No. 32—Leaves 7:00 A. No. 34—Leaves Sunday.... 7:00 A. T. & B. V. RY. South—No. 7, parses Mexia 1:02 p. m. North—No. 8, pas set Mexia 3:02 p.m. 1 : LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET Mexia produce dealers are paying the following prices for produce: Cotton, from 37 to 40 cents. Butter, CO cents. Kggu, 55 cents. Irish potatoes, 3 cents per pound. Green peppers, 15 cents per dozen. Frying size chickens, 18 cents. Hens, 1G cents per pound. Sweet potatoes, $1.00 per bushel. Cotton Seed, per ton, 160.00. Turkeys, 21 cents per pound. Ripe tomatoes, 10 cents per 11). Green tomatoes, 15c per gallon. When your digestion is poor, when your bowels are costive, when your breath Is bad, when your stomach is sick or disordered...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 12 December 1919

' ; > TT . .. v. ■• ■..... . -. - ■ - ■ This Space.... belongs to the Old Reliable Grocery Man— the Man that handles everything in the Gro- cery line. PHONE No. 3 WE DO ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING An Opportunity to Share in the Profits of Montgomery Ward & Co. Incorporated The Great Mail Order House Everybody knows Montgomery Ward & Co. It numbers its customers by the millions. Prob- ably you are one of its patrons— '-.now from per- sonal experience the advantage of trading with it. You can easily appreciate, therefore, the op- portunity for gain that awa'st you if you are en- abled to become one of its stockholders—to par- ticipate in its profits. * m I 510,000 Shares Common Stock at $45 per Share Wlien, as and if issued and received by us. \ To meet its rapidly growing business Montgom- ery Ward & Co. is expanding. It is increasing its capitalization. As a result it seems certain to do a greater business than ever before—to earn ev- en larger profits. 510,000 shares o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 12 December 1919

. w!ZM For Cold Weather.... 1 i fa ■ ' , km-j Our complete line of gro- ceries will satisfy that winter taste. H, B. Stevens Phone No. 7 | LOCAL AND PERSONAL -Read the Oil Ad in today's paper. Oranges 25c per dozen at Tidwell's. Better drain the radiator and cut oft the water tonight. ' At TidweU's oranges today at 25c per dozen. Jackson Brothers have just receiv- ed a car load of Dodge cars and are unloading them today. This company has experienced much difficulty this year in getting enough cars to supply the demand. Good selection of dia- monds at Pittman's. Weather: Tonight and Saturday, probably rain. Cold wave with a drop in temperature. Roller fixes watches, clocks, graph- aphones and sewing machines, so they will stay fixed. See him. 11-dlVt Good oranges 25c per dozen at Tid- weU's. Judge D. Leon Harp has returned from a trip to Dallas where he trans- acted business. For Sale: 400 acres of black land between Hornhill and Kirk (.at $85 per acre. Also 400 acres of the Smith ra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 12 December 1919

MUMninmmmm mmmmmMMmrnm mgSfmmmm mn Keep Prosperity at Home this Christmas. F ■ i ■ s Buv it in Mexia. Christmas Lumber Of course, for those repairs the wife wants made before the holidays. Her lady friends will be dropping in to give her the compliments of the season, and she wants HER house and premises to look spick and span. And that is the spirit YOU admire in your wife. The lumber, all kinds, waits for you. BUCKNER. & WRIGHT JURY DRAWN FOR JANUARY COURT The following Is the list of Jurors empanelled for the January term of the District Court of this county which will convene here January 5, 1920: First Week W. A. Buckner, Mexia. E. A. Williams, Mart. Hull ABkew, Coolidge. J. G. Adamq, Thornton. B. M. Toland, Mart. L. P. Tompkins, Groesbeck. W. H. Wright, Mart. B. D. Capps, Big Hill. J. H. Richardson, Delia. J. A: Lindsay, Mart. D. W. Howell, Oletha. T. G. Neason, Thornton. B. H. Hyden, Thornton. W. F. Baker, Oletha. . R. Leach, Big Hill. Seth Prltchard, Coolidge. J. R. Gand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 13 December 1919

f' • , ,, _r I. ' '!''t f- js: 1 .'I k MEXIA, TEXAS, Saturday December 13th 50c Per Month hi Advance TOWN GOSSIP e&; far * • k."< BSsa We Should Show Intelligent Thrift, the Symbol of Peacetime Patriotism ' ' By THE WIFE OF THE COMMANDANT, U. S. M. C. When, the United States entered the war it was considered an expression of patriotism to wear a tiny American flag. The finest expression of patriotism one could display now would be the wearing of a tiny Thrift flag, if such an emblem were obtainable, to indi- cate an understanding of, .loyalty to and service for our country in peace time. Instead of a war with other countries the United States now has before it the tremendous? struggle with the tendency to drift back to its prewar habits of care- less spending and general waste. Perhaps no country in the world had indulged before the war in such reckless expenditure as j the United States. Perhaps no country in the world lvid been endowed "■' with such lavish resources. The st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 13 December 1919

£ mm m WMKESBB& ' ,r ; .v\«v I have five additional shares in the Me- ria Leasing & Development Co. which I will 1 for $150.00 a share. The company has L027 acres under lease. Each share in the company equals approximately twenty acres mdivided interest. E. L. SMITH. m i'r t. iffl—i 7 ?Ci2!!r - Jkiffli • . H-£w A sample copy of the News Don't fail to read all of the ads will be sent to anyone who de- sires to subscribe. JLet lis know. BARGAINS IN Wood Cook Stoves, also all kinds of Wood Heaters—Stove Pipe— Wash Pots—Barb Wire—Hog Wire—and don't forget ous Home Made Harness—Bridles—Lines. Good values in Collars—Hames, and Traces. We sell the Hersules Buggy and they are good ones. Come to see us for all kinds of Hardware. KL0TZ AND YELDELL this issue. I ABE YOU GLAD TOTESTIFY Says Wat(,;-n Lady, "As To What Cardui Has Done For Me, 0 i) • As To K. ip Others." Watoga, W. Va -Mrs. S. W. Glad well, this town, says: "When about 15 yrir jf age, I suffered gfpally . . . Soincimirs wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 13 December 1919

•"?>: :-*jr -A . '4 V Cold Weather.... I * Our complete line of gro- ceries will satisfy that winter taste. H, B. Stevens '■ikW-'-Xi % mmm V No. 7 LIS GR SOUTHERN ALASKA Report of United States Geological Survey .Dealt With Region Little Known. Tln< region about the headwaters <of Copper, Matanuska and Susilna livfcrs, in soUtheigi Alaska, though more accessible than many parts of AlftsJvH that are much better known, had not been fully covert"I by gov- ernment surveys until a few years njo. when n party from tho United States geologfCftl survey, department of the interior, examined and ;iiiHpped the unsurveyod arefls in fhat region. There, has been but lit- tle prodheliyamining in that region, * and its geoh^y. does not-enc-ourage the hope that n>itch placer gold will jbe found there,, but gold lodes may •yet be discovered at some places. The jegion' will lw made accessible * \ | LOCAL AND PERSONAL Hollei- lijtes watches, clocks, graph- apliones anil newlng machines, 60 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 13 December 1919

;J2'^ I I > i H Eire: f: 't * Sv\!v: ' ■ ' ' v. • V w % V i K't 4 jSt ' " ■ <r*>f r -•—- • *■ -<e- Keep Prosperity at Home this Christmas. Buy it in Mexia. Christmas Lumber Of course, for those repairs the wife wants made before the holidays. Her lady friends will be dropping in to give her the complimants of the season, and she wants IIEH house and premises to look spick and span. And that is the spirit YOU admire in your wife. The lumber, all kinds, waits for you. BUCKNER. & WRIGHT H. & T. C. R. R. MAIN LINE. Nortn Bound No. 5—Arrives 4:05 A. M. No. 17—Arrives ................. 4:55 A. M. No.* 15—Arrives — 4r05 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 ... 1:55 P. M. South Bound No. 32—Leaves 7:00 A. M. No. 34—Leaves Sunday.... 7:00 A. M. T. & B. V. RV South—No. 7, passes Mexia at 1:02 p. m. North—No. 8, _ passet Mexia at 3:02 p. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 15 December 1919

Vi L/f MEXIA EVENING NEWS VOL. XXI. NO. 270. MEXIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, DEC. 15, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance is BP': *fc Citizens Opera House TODAY Matinee and Night Harold Bell Wright's Masterpiece APPLICAHON OF WACO TO KEEP NATURAL GAS SUPPLY DENIED BY DISTRICT JUDGE E.J. CLARK —IN TEN REELS- - Written and directed by Mr. Wright himself. Breaking house records wherever shown. Shows start at 2,4:15, 6:30, 8:45, no stops Prices afternoon—School children, 15c and 25c; adults, 55c. Prices night—Adults, 55c; children 25c; balcony 25c, including tax. GARFIELD CRITICISES STRIKE SETTLEMENT Washington, Dec. 15.—The admin- istration's settlement of the coal strike was criticized by Dr. H. A. Garfield, former fuel administrator, before a sub-committee of the senate inter- state commerce committee today. Garfield said the government sacri- ficed a principle in suggesting crea- tion of a commission composed of mi- ners and operators and representa- tives of the public to control prices and that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 15 December 1919

'. :'f"'' - ■' ' ' f! v3t* ''l 1 y . ■7'?", 1 '.«W* are tmjoying proseprity, lot them Nay 11 kind word for the people who make It possible mmg news TOWN (JOSSIl Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday A r 1PM nent i-iuzm or oui FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publlslvers I I I I m r: • j r.r ; L« k;> I , i •, f Strictly In Advauce Subscription, GO cents per Month, KVered as second class matter February 26. 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the net of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATE# , Advertising rates given on applica- tion. Special Uaics ou standing carUa. Readers Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a m. December the 17th is about here. The llrst thing you know It will have ' come and gone, it seems to us that about half the scare is the work of a two-bit reporter on t-oiue of the lar- 1 ger dailies, who happened to run out 1 of anything to write about and book- i ed onto this. Uetter cut off your water. Easier j save ten dollars by doing that than pend a hundred in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 15 December 1919

m&M • ■ tr pMMWiijp • ■ m*+Jf 4 ■ - • - ■• -V- * - '■ ' V4'*1 rH'"jr ■ '"' .tr- T . # ♦ ♦ « Mi %> Our House Is In Order \,of the Smith ranch near Watt, price $150.00 per acre. 9-d6t j Everything is cut and dried for the Christmas trade. Fruits, Nuts, Candies for Xmas day; Fireworks for the children; Cigars and Fancy Tobaccos-f6r the Men; Figs, Dates, Raisins, Cherries, Chocolate, and 'nevrything for good cooking and baking. H. B. Stevens Phone • No. 7 The thermometer went down to ab- out fourteen a hove aero Saturday night and in consequence of this and the thoughtlessness of people about turning off thetr water, the pipe fix- ers liave a plenty to do for a few dayB. j The remains of 0. A. M. Pitts, a cou- sin of Coley Pitta, who died in Green- ville on last Saturday, December 13, | were brought to Mexia on the Sunday | midnight train and Interred In the • Mexia Cemetery Monday afternoon. For Sale: One pair of mated, band- ed Maltese Hen Pigeons and alBo a pair of line C'arne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 15 December 1919

■BP* n 1 «a w "V \§. * i [POINTS OF THE VAN LOONS VS^HI D^AK i T V^V N r SO PlI^KICi/LT A^-Tfe-K ALC TO F\X VP A MCME. OC/RS C^JYRS E.VCN 1^ vvG' t>ifcN'T HAVtL THC. MCMLY OWH &CAU T|*--VL. PININC ^cofl * r= Nt F-CK r>ow^ NND WCRt ^ EU WWM SUITE. ONE. POU-AR uKTAi DOLLAR ■•M' DOWN CEKTS E.V6NT1 FIVE pVKNITtfRfc: i lAU 00 WN DOLLAR Jti\N <01; Beat the / RUGS C(RAC& . AND • ONLV PAin A OOLLAIV. \ POWN *=<"1 THEM AND > loHi-N A doluvh vjuck V^whent s too ', r kiv N Oh yes, the Installment plan is great if you have enough money t"eU>T rHi* VtovIoI .... — jfYtS, * *—N "CH« N fWCM / NOW l ~ Wl WMJM / uAk iMte ie\ UlAft DovvA/ J Ui^f - OMf .. ccm~,/ JUAK A WH k7 -and thgn ANO A KlTC.M 1 for ^ d.'l.tau V A.ND AOOUUAK s (_ J1) H J 7Tes.' 'WONDER IP \ tiAN UW SONIfc Pen HP TV CtNTi POWN A.ND PIHTV >.iinrs 1 VVCCK , ,f>* s&!.4? \ OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQO© OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOQOOO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 16 December 1919

mm •m** . - ■' W • MEXIA EVENI NEWS I VOL. XXI. NO. 271. MEXIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 16, 1919. w' 50c Per Month In Advance k£::' Offy.',.' r-r- ' IP w Jh£sT; '{iraw^ s W J I ffl I nUi p1. i • i Bjlfife Citizens Opera House NO FIREWORKS IN BUSINESS DISTRICT 8AYS McDONALD Bnu ONLY 10c and 20c TODAY ■ Matinee and Night OH, HORRORS! She had two hus- bands. What can she do? What would you do? See Anita Stewart —IN— "THE COMBAT" A re-creation of her former sensa- tional success. An unusual picture. * m:, r i>- * ■ au& : ; /* v # /A \ % y 3 / -M ?">';! Cratu / P... fc-.iv art i ' ' X, Tomorrow—Corrine Griffith, in "Tho Climbers," and Qtli episode of "SMASHING BARRIERS" Thursday—Mrs. Charlie Chaplin, in "HOME," a special production. Friday—Clara Kimball Young, in "The Road Through The Dark." Saturday—Olive Tell in "The Trap," City Marshal McDonald lias request- ed the News to state that It "will be a strict violation of the law this year for any person to shoot any kind of firewor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 16 December 1919

EVENING NEWS hMMfm* tlx Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday FORT * f-MITH, Owners and Publishers Strictly In Advance Subscription, EO cents per Month, klv.ercd as second class matter February 2«. 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the net of March 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATE® Advertising rates given ou applica- tion. Special Hates on standing cards. Readers Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. m. City Marshal McDonald's statement that the boys will not be allowed to shoot any kind of fireworks on the business streets of the city should be appreciated by all of our citizens. Heretofore this has been a most noisy- some practice and has been rather dWlgerous because of the likelihood o£ tires. The boys must shoot their firecrackers and other celebrating forms of powder out of th^ business district. Better tell them about it now. touch. The ""merchants, of course, will not suy anything about. the handl- ing of these goods, bin it is only rea- sonable to staUw that every...

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