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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 23 December 1919

A ww.m :i; ... w- 4 >* h . : ';. .. - gjJE '• - I i 1 i L K X MERRY CHRISTMAS! We wish to thank you for your liberal patronage during the Christmas season and trust that your holidays will be your merriest and that the New Year will find you more prosperous than ever. i" H. B. Stevens Phone No. 7 Mrs. Lula May Lofiand of Jackson- vllle, Texas, is In the city to upend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and ' <tylrs. J. J. Beckham. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Carbon and adding machine paper at the News Printing Company. Good weather and smiles are the / features on our streets today. Mebane cotton seed for sale. See me. D. A. Kerzee. 23-d5 Blake Crider is home from the State University. Good selection of dia-. monds at Pittman's. Roller fixes watches, clocks, graph- aphones and sewing machines, so they will stay fixed. See him. Il-dl4t For Sale: Fresh sorghum hay and Barred Plymouth Rock roosters. Fred R. Klotz. w4 Mack De Long is home from Hous- ton to spend the holidays with his kin- f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 23 December 1919

7^ \ M •, mm ,, .. n MMMI "iitUtflOrfK I'x.'. r • J wmvv :'t $M8to*AR' INK •■ ( Miiimiiif ai.W*. * U 4M-1 PRwwwwb ■PSWSPi '.) PvPisSjil ■H ^jwwfc.'fls.w ..ww st iWy Jj«« 'v* .'B>tlKr,22>: weedi wmm.-.. .- ' teir«'A",a„ satt^&ftaiiiiM ■ Iwmwiinrm-iii v •.'•:.^y hsssjH liiiSKiiCnWSm^^nK . v ;'i,^ MWeesrr /• MMKB&Hgti KgWM0SdM&!<:« MBBSMtMMMKs ism'^wrasr^ ~ BttiCiWsaaweKis (NMKH MiKMV$ Jh'i The season's smartest—Tweedies that do not pull away from heel or toe. nor have unsightly buckles. And Tweedies come in a variety of beauti' ful fabrics to suit your taste. None fit so well as Tweedies—the original boot tops. You will find them a welcome addition to your Fall or Winter wardrobe. _✓ GENE SINCLAIR SHOES HOSIERY HEALTH DEPARTMENT URGES CIVIC IMPROVEMENTS HERE Health Ofll- HOW TO KEEP YOUR HUSBAND By Dr. Frank Crane No, my dear madam, I fear I do not sympathize with you as you seem to expect. You say you have lost, ot are los- ing, your husband. You state that there...

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

, - . . v ; n, „ * ..... m I „ -* P ■ i ;v.;: MEXIA EVENING NEWS //> V VOL. XXI. NO. 279. MEXIA, TEXAS, MONDAY, DEC. 29, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance 1 OPERA HOUSE Today and Tomorrow Continuous show, starting at 2 p. m. <siS PE>3 " - r • f iK £ "Back To God's Country GEORGE W. MORROW TO SPEAK HERE JANUARY 7 Dr. George W. Morrow, former sup- j erintewlent of the Anti-Saloon League j ot' Michigan, in making a number of addresses in Texas, under joint dlrec- { tion of the Anti-Saloon League of Am-1 i erica and the Texas League. He will j start at Dallas 011 Sunday, January 4.! Dr. Morrow will speak in the Pres- byterian Church of Mexia Wednesday! evening, January 7. W. E. Buckner and Rev. P. D. Tucker, pastor of the church, will have charge of arrange- ments. The Thursday evening address will I be made in Groesbeck Methodist Epis- copal Church, with A. E. Allen and Rev. E. A. Smith in charge. Dr. Morrow, it is announced, will urge strict and thorough enforcement of all prohi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 29 December 1919

ICVered as second class matter February 26. 1919, at tUo poatoffice at Mexla, Texas, under the act of Uarcb 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Advertising rates given on applica- tion. Special Hates on standing cards. Reader* Copy for ads must be In office by 11 a. m. MAX CAN'T WORK ALONE One of the plainest reasons why an Industrial court should be established to handle disputes between labor and ■capital with the consequent injury to the general public is that man can neither work, nor live, alone. The coal miners strike if carried to Its logical conclusion means idleness for many thousands of other laborers and to gain their point the miners would have to undergo and force up on others tremendous suffering. The railroad men may strUce, but if carried to its extreme duration it would mean tying up all business and the consequent unemployment of mil- lions of other laborers. The failure of food supplies would starve thous- ands, and in many ways the entire public would be affected. The lab...

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

, /sm. ', ... jS H r > ■ SUGAR-:- We have a nice quality of Light Colored Yel- low Sugar. We will have everything- ready for your New Year's eating1. H. B. Stevens Phone Ne. 7 LOCAL AND PERSONAL C. Fete is on the sick list this week. > < « I For Rent: JVty residence on Ross Avenue. See M. Bryant. Miss Jewel Bryan, of Dallas, return- ed to her home in that city Sunday. r' Mil R. C. Sizemore, of Corsicana, was In the city today on business. J. I. Riddle transacted business in Groesbeck Monday afternoon. J. B. Mathis, of Tehuacana, has re- turned from a business trip to Dallas. Mrs. Leland Lee and little son are visiting in Bryan this week. D. E. Bryan, of Dallas, spent Christ- mas with ills brother S. H. Bryan and sister, Mrs. J. A. Webb. Estol Everett is home for the holi- days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Everett. A. H. Berry is able to be in his of- fice for the first time in several weeks. Mrs. W. E. McKinney of Fort Worth visited friends here Sunday. W. W. Burnett...

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

1jp " - /PPfPPPP""'*'''"- -'" "«* • ' ' m-" '\W I I i S- DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS iszi'S n awiul the -way Burglars disregard the Law Ccant Not/ McarI VMIM PA.' I.T'J J \A BWLAR'/ Don't Bl\ foousm, ma! YOU'RE MiSTAKtN.1 FORC'ET, HA ,TMA1 tm/s Hooie is wnwk QUARANTINE. ON AKOUN/ 01= hazel'S -SCAtfl-ET CevEK ' No ONE 15 ALLOWtO TO Come IM this ' T5 AGAINST THE- LAW , , , FOK AsNV on t- Tol 1THAT C'OMGl into THI5 House MA -y WAKE Vf>, PA! WAK6. UP ' TrtEnels a <?<AR IN TH HOUJB' Cj ODNaii. WHAT'J TAAT NOISE' • BELIEVE. SOMEONE, IS walking AfcOYNb dowai -STAlKj WHAT ARE ^OU TALK INC, ABOUT! Ir- MUHiiiiilHi'" iin,mmi,t.,t%< Q Hi>«l wJ'i! iiiaiiii'"" 37 YEARS-:- 37 successful years in Mexia. Prendergast, Smith & Co., Banking STRONG-LIBERAL H. & T. C. R. R. MAIN LINE. Nortn Bound No. 5—Arrives No. 17—Arrives No. 15—Arrives South Bound No. 18—Arrives — 1:38 A. M. No. 16—Arrives 12:15 P. M. No 6—Arrives 11:15 P. M. 4:05 A. M. 4:65 A. M. 4:05 P. M. CUT OFF North Bound No....

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

MEXIA VOL. XXI. NO. 280. MEXIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 30, 1919. ~j0c Per Month In Advance LOCATES WIFE OF DR. VER MILYE IN HARRISBURG OPERA HOUSE- WEDNESDAY WE HAVE I > V *T 1 >i\ # ';V-. I a ■ / / TODAY Continuous show, starting at 2 p. m. "Back To God's Country pp Played to a bigr highly pleased audience last night. Last chance to see this wonderful picture. Continuous from 2 o'clock. 15- 20, 35c. * ; t TOMORROW EARLE WILLIAMS—in THE BUCK GATE" "Abandon all hope ye who enter here" THURSDAY MARY McLAREN—in BONNIE, BONNIE LASSIE FRIDAY EUGENE O'BRIEN—in THE PERFECT LOVER Coming next MONDAY MARY PICKFORD'S latest from her own studio— HEART 0 THE HILLS ' You will see this one before Dallas EX-KAISER'S TRIAL PLANNED TO FOLLOW PEACE TREATY! Paris, Dee. 30.—Extradition of For- mer Emperor William of Germany will be demanded from Holland as soon as the treaty of peace becomes effective, according to a decision rea- ched by the British and French gov- ernments, says the Echo de Paris....

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

2$ u ' '•; -jj^v /THMjgff*f<lrr^y??2^ **%. jfotod!tf£&iS. •«S''5l!i -: v ter-i*-■• ■ ■ • ;«• T \,. ^U-r \.:J V, -s wasteaMwi *' W s ^* i* - 4.4cJ jap JH / EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Sunday Except more than a billion dollars interest on its bonds. A few years ago the bil- lion dollar Congress was exceptional. FORT &. SMITH Owners and Publishers H. T. Fort, Editor. J. F. Smith, Head Commercial Dep't Entered as second class matter February 2(i, 1919, at the Postofflce at Mexia, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Europe is anxious to get some Am erican coal. So are we. The best way to keep wine from turning into vinegar is to drink it while it is fresh. A wise observer says It may be that In union there Is strength but tlvei;e is no coal. When a man falls his enemies leave him alone, but his friends take up the kicking process. When a man goes to church you never know whether he deserves cre- dit or not, unless you know his home life. A very common thing is al...

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

' - • 'V,v 1 SUGAR-:- ■ WW* fcfifB • We have a nice quality of Light Colored Yel- low Sugar. We will have everything ready for your New Year's eating-. LOCAL AND PERSONAL .. < ' Miss Judith Porter, of Dallas, lias returned to her home after a visit in (lie home of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cor- v Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jackson of Cor alcana are visiting relatives here In Mexla. Olaf Dodds of Houston has return- ed to his home after a visit with his grandmother Mrs. Means and aunt, Miss Miona Means. Miss Kelda Mae Hunt returned to Cooledge Sunday afternoon to resume her work as teacher in the Cooledge schools after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hunt. Francis Corley Is visiting her sis- ters, Mesdames Tatum and Pace, of CorBlcana. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES Carbon and adding machine paper at the News Printing Company. For Sale: Fresh eggs. Phone No. 265. 30-d2 H. T. Fort transacted business in <3roesbeck Tuesday afternoon. Miss Eula Schulz left on the noon ' « trai...

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

; awiEKm, QS OF THE VAN LOONS There'll be no scarlet lever epidemic if the policeman can help it i ii 3 i ■ 1TOS? ™ BURGtAi*. PON'T MAKft NciiGt r/iAhJ well i'm cjlad^ VES. AND wa ARB. MltKT* i-UtK.>( , WS. X1|£)N ciftT MVCM' h£$ con& ma: i mnk&s mea kind n6av0u5 TO have bufcc,'l_A,RS AKOV'iD don't it you c'AN HELP wa HAVE A SICK CNii_t> AND "THERE NO VSE o = cmcshteninc,' any more people.; PLEAiB. HU*HV,WEi HAv£ tfe*.y few VAIU/SBUSA H£N&' MA'AM ' WE. AlH'T SUCH 8M> PEOPLE. a£ YOU'St imacinb! i'l C^lT MCHT OU iS B9 /WHAT. (UK's COMlt 7W c&mlnfl J (EVCUJE ME FOLK-T'r' 5) (PliUHAPi MDN'7 , Ilike MV; pop' 7A iDent's a cop /OUTSID&. 6ANS Trt/i (HOUSE li QUARANTINED,) AND THAT IF l ATTEMPT/ To lEAVG. IT HC'll .PUT ME- N JAIL-' iwc 37 YEARS-:- 37 successful years in Mexia. ' appointment by President Wilson, liis ' commission automatically expired on that date. Oxford, Eng., Dec. 30.—Sir William Osier, noted physician who has been ill for several weeks died he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 31 December 1919

SPRTIAY riMnnwrrw mwmm* 1 1 / / NEWS VOL. XXI. NO. 281. MEXIA, 'TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance m u f\ ■ V> * e P' W.i V ' l\ \ t. / * h T Citizens Opera House Matinee and Night TODAY EARLE WILLIAMS—in THE BLACK GATE Plays his liffc as a gambler—casts his cards. It thrills, amuses, surprises and grips you. Also 8th chapter, "Smashing Barriers" 10c- 15c- 25c M'ADOO'S REFUSAL TO ATTEND DINNER CREATES GOSSIP TOMORROW MARY McLAREN- BONNIE, BONNIE LASSIE and 2-reel comedy 'Hot Sands and Cold Feet' COMING MONDAY HEART 0 THE HILLS ahead finest south JESSE McLENDON SAYS NEWS- PAPER ADVERTISING PAY8 Washington, Dec. 31.—A political sensation was created Monday night when It was learned fliat William G. of this county that I appreciate their "i want you to use my space In < Wednesday's paper to tell the people I MERRY XMAS AT THE ' HOME OF ROSCOE COOK elude advertising ahd other expenses. The contract stipulates that the local management must charge at least fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 31 December 1919

;\l § EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday FORT & SMITH Owners and Publishers 1-1. T. Fort, Editor. J. F. Smith, Head Commercial Dep't Entered as second class matter February 26, 1919, at the PostolHce at Mexia, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. CONTINUING THE STEEL STRIKE The president of tweuty-tour steel workers unions have decided to con- tinue the present steel strike. With the exception of two leaders the oth- ers maintain that victory is in sight While the strikers admit that opera tions ha vie been resumed iu many mills, they claim that the output has greatly decreased, while the overhead ■charges remain the same. The cancel- lation of foreign contracts by the U. S. Steel Corporation was considered as a favorable augury of eventual suc- cess. This may be the truth, but we are inclined not to say so. Steel officials consider the strike a dead issue, and while some of the plants are not run- ning, many of them are only a few points below normal. During...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 31 December 1919

SPFfJAI rumnuTPK rnnvui / y r, SUGAR-:- We have a nice quality of Light Colored Yel- low Sugar. We will have everything- ready for your New Year's eating1. H. 6. Stevens Phone No. 7 N I Miss Jewel MrilKK Ulld W. K. Jordan I of Corsicana spent Christmas with j Mrs. Leliv Mae Lee. Let "Tldwell's" be your grocery du- ring 1920. Charge accounts gladly ex- tended to all responsible parties. J. W. Helms, watchmaker at H. C. Holler's, wants two nice rooms for light housekeeping with gas and lights. Phone H. C. Roller's. 31-d4 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Vliir4 \ . / >■ , \ Tonight freezing. Thursday colder. Wanted: To buy or rent, a piano box. Apply this office. 30d3twlt Miss Sadie Knox is visiting in Wor- tham this week. Dick Jackson, of Corsicana, trans- acted business here Tuesday. P. W. Welch transacted business in Teague Wednesday afternoon. Lynn Kennedy left for Ranger Tues- day afternoon. Start the new year right, buy your groceries from "The Clean Grocery." If it is to eat buy it at Tidw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 31 December 1919

yiwp S&V: t ® ' - - • • - >■ * *V5m> , •• •?^/rr^ / rt )XNQ8 OF THE VAN LOONS There is uo deriving that Father's friend had an elegant scheme y-^WfcLC, touii NO MORE. ' fOUTICi PoR Me..' HERt*^ | dt AN© 4PKND A LOT OP TIME THAT I have t>ev<nex> to buhne^s AND A LOT OP MPWKV BEitWSt l oK THE BENCtir op the. common 'peoplr. , AND WHAT IJ THE. THANKS') •fllr-vl tSC CC AT lutC r UP, VAN'\ J>0N I TAKE TH«0| SO HARD. BE \ \ JOLL.V UK'6. I AMJ , ijE~JouLN;^ / f APTP-R the. wkv 6J.Ri.TlON WENT' it Pidn'T TURM OUT TO SUIT YOU, DID IT ! "7HR. PEoPiS. t/KNBD DOWN WOUR, CANDIDATES. DIDN'T THEY THEN DE.P&AT ME THEIR FRIEND ■l NO. THE COMB lwen_ \eu'H[ A P'NE. ONE ' COME UKRfi. and jotxiryiNC WHEN VOOR BEST FWEND \|S DEFEATED.' ' /NOVg" VAN! you OL C T , TO ADOPT Mr ELECTION > SYSTEM. AND iOU't) D6. JOU-V Too / No MATTER, WHICH WAV THP:- MELECT«OM WENT • COME TO MY ROOM .SOME | TIME ANt) I'LL EXPLA/N THE -svste-M • JBY C 'RACIOUi 2- I'P LIKE TOO PIND I OUT HOW VOI/R B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 July 1920

SPECIAL CANDIDATE'S EDITION SPECIAL CANDIDATE'S EDITION r ? i ;,i. ; « r MEXIA EVENING NEWS VOL. XXII. NO. 138. MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1920. 50c Per Month In Advance i0m *0*0*0*+* v A Opera House Today NOW PLAYING CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG Presented by Harry Garson in "THE FORBIDDEN WOMAN" From the Famous Book by Lenore J. Coffee A beautiful love story presenting Clara Kimball Young, Conway Tearle, and a brilliant supporting cast in the most lavishly invested production of years. TOPICS and COMEDY 10-15-25c—10-20-35c CHARLES RAY TOMORROW 0*0*0*0*0**0*0*0*m0*0«m+**0*0ii0WH0*n ll I NOTICE For sale at once; several second-hand cars. Priced right for quick sale. See me at once if interested. 1 i .2, J.P.HICKMAN Chicago, July 9.—A prohibi- tion ticket may be in the field again this fall, according to an announcement today by Virgil Hinshay, chairman of the Prohi- bition national committee. He declared that "both the Demo- cratic and Republican parties in omitting a plank endorsing the e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 July 1920

H EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday Entered us second clasa matter Februar> 20, 1319. at the PostofUce at Mexia, Texas, under tlie act of March1 3, 1879. OE WITT LAMB, R. T. BARNES, R. E. HUCHINGSON Owners and Publishers publish the corrected form day. to- POUTICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ''or Congress, District No. 6— RUFUS HARDY For State Senator— D. LEON HARP For District Attorney— ORAN M. WROE For Sheriff— W. S. LOPER "* * For County Judge— FOUNTAIN KIRBY For Tax Assessor— A. A. HYDEN F. J. SCHULTZ A. B. BUNN For County Treasurer— MRS. LULA OATES For County Superintendent— MRS. CORA FERGUSON Commissioner, Precinct No. 4- L. W. HENSLEY REX FORREST T. E. ALLEN C. M. ALDERMAN The Evening News was mail- ed to subscribers Thursday af- ternoon on account of the rain making it impossible for deliv- ery at the homes. Always re- member that you are liable to miss your paper on rainy after- noons. We haven't acquired an airplane yet. Joe Bailey has at last found someone to end...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 July 1920

I To the Voters of Limestone County: I am asking at the hands of the good people of this County for the office of County Judge. I realize that it is an important trust but I promise a business like administration of the affairs therein imposed. A fair and impartial trial of all causes coming before the Court. I am in favor of good roads and will work to obtain for the people the best that can be obtained. I promise to conduct the affairs of the office of County Judge to the best interests of the people as a whole, and that I will not be dominated by a few. Trusting that you will lend your support to one who has been faithful in every trust heretofore imposed upon him, to one who, in the dark days fought for his country when the German hordes were seeking to crush the Allies on the western front of France. I feel no fear &Y;"1 - - - but what you will give me due consideration. Respectfully yours, FOUNTAIN KIRBY. k -M * b [ C. /VILLIAMS FOR FLO- ORIAL REPRESENTATIVE Pres. J. C. Wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 July 1920

II gtatsyfr* '< A \ The Pop alar Dry Goods Store CHEEVES BROS. & COMPANY The Pop alar Dry Goods Store ' \ Will be a month of bargains at this store. We are receiving almost daily new Fall Merchandise and must clean up all our Spring and Summer Merchandise in order to make room for the new. All broken lots and odd lots of all kinds will be offered at big reductions. SPECIAL NO. 1— ; 100 Dozen Extra Heavy Grade Huck Towels that would sell easily at 75c the pair, we offer you one pair or a dozen pair at only. 50c per pair. SPECIAL NO. 2— $10.00 and $11.00 Slippers at $7.95—Our entire stock of Ladies low cut shoes in the American Girl Line selling up to $11.00 per pair; your choice at only $7.95, $ SPECIAL NO. 3— $6.50, $7.50 and $8.50 Slippers at —$5.95— Every pair of slippers in our stock selling at $6.50 and up to $8.50 the pair—American Girl Line not included—at one price of, $5.95. SPECIAL NO. 4— $5.95, $5.00 and $4.50 Slippers at —$3.95— Every pair of slippers in stock, all...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 July 1920

ANNOUNCING THE ARRIVAL OF— Olive /est—Sunbeam Mayonnaise Olive Zest is the linest dressing for sandwiches ever made. Sunbeam Mayonnaise is the best dressing for salads ever used. Both itams have been exceedingly hard to get and we are glad to again have them for our trade. 1 Gem Nut Butter Substitute for butter is being kept regularly and fresh. Swift's Premium Breakfast Bacon re ceived each week STEVENS & REEVES PHONE No. 7 Ask for Silverware Coupons TO APPRECIATE IT YOU MUST RIDE IN IT THE OLDSMOBILE would have made your holiday more enjoyable Also have some slightly used cars for sale cheap. oooooooooooooeraxx>oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo LOCAL AM) PERSONAL | Jack and Gene Womack have reached home from a visit to relatives in Corsicana. Wednesday night from Dallas,' where she went a few days ago! 'with her little daughter, Jose-1 phine, for a medical examina- tion. Roger B. Preston went % to Teague Thursday, visiting rela- tives and friends. A. Clifton and wife have ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 July 1920

I "'i4ii "ti liKfMillVilWiiilKIW'liWIMW^ilfi - P**>wr*1 OH ■ .> "" T >a ' v^r'^v THE TIME TO REPAIR AND BUILD Wagons and new cotton frames is NOW—before you need them. See us. We do all kinds of WoodWork, also re- pair Hay Presses, Bull Rakes, Mowers, etc. J.B.NEIU&SON gOCK;>0(XXXXXX>OOOOOOOOOCKXXXXXXK CKXXXXXXK>OOOOOOOOOOOOOi CLASSIFIED ADS Buy American Beauty at Tidwell's, Phone 83. Flour Good automobile, quick time, trips anywhere, any time of day or night. Call Robert Sewell at E. E. Williams, Phone No. 40. 3-dwlm OFFICIAL STATEMENT Of lb* Financial Condition of Have plenty or ear corn for I sale. Will have supply of bran maize, chops and other feeds in a few days.—D. A. Kerzee. t: 'M '■( 00000000CKXXXXXXXKX>OCXXXXXXXXXX)OOCKXXXXXXXXXXX)OOCXX3< let us be your automobile doctor Your car will be a well patient when we get through with it. Gas-Oils-Air-Tires-Tubes-Parts-Repairs The Qaick Service Garage Harper Bros., Props. SQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXJO^OOCXXJOOO...

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