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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 July 1920

DISTRICT ATTORNEY OWEN M. WROE S Message to The Democratic Voters I mm K ' Groesbeck, Texas, June 24, 1920 To the Democratic Voters of the 77th Judicial District: Since February of this year I have been serving by appoint- ment a few months of an unex- pired term as your District At- torney, Mr. Seay having resign ed and moved to Dallas. I earnestly and confidently re- quest the honor of your nomina- tion for the traditional first full term for the office of District Attorney of the 77th Judicial District composed of Limestone and Freestone counties. There1 is no reason that I knowof why I should not be permitted to suc- ceed myself, according to long established Democratic custom. My opponents are unfair and inconsistent when they ask the people to repudidate me before I am given an elective term , be- cause if they held the position by appiontment for a few months they would say it was fair ac- cording to Democratic custom to let them suceed themselves to an elective term; therefo...

Publication Title: Mexia Evening News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 July 1920

!■ ADDITIONAL LOCALS Mrs. Roxie Roberts returned Saturday from an extended vis- it to Kosse friends. Mrs. Helen Farquihar and lit- tle son, departed Sunday for a short visit to Teague friends. Mrs. Wm. W. Beall went down to Teague Sunday to make her friends there a short visit. John Z. Robinson, superinten- dent of the Munger Oil Mill at Teague, spent the Sabbath here with his family, returning to Teague Sunday evening. Mrs. Osborn Kennedy return- ed Saturday from a visit to her mother and sister, Mrs. N. Y. Long and Mrs. Gene Colgin at Dallas. A. D. Harrison returned Sun- day from a visit to Corsicana friends. J. P. Foreman of Temple, Gene Foreman of Houston and Mrs. R. S. Vaughan of Waco | have returned to their homes j following a visit in Mexia with Mrs. A. E. Hoover. Wilson Burleson and Fletcher Taylor made Teague a visit last Sunday. Mrs. 11. J. Jackson of Corsica na came down .Monday to attend the funeral of her late friend, Mrs. W. N. Baker. Ira Seale of Wortham was here Sun...

Publication Title: Mexia Evening News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 July 1920

I I OELICIOWS in<) BirmESHINC aT- when "delicious and,re- freshing" mean the most. The Coca-Cola Company atlanta; ca. Internal Revenue Of- fice Opens in Dallas Offices of the second district • of the internal revenue depart- ment of Texas* were opened on Thursday morning in the Dallas County State Bank building, with Scott Reed of Groesbeck in charge as collector. The office will take care of miscellaneous internal revenue taxes in the 158 counties in North Texas which rre embraced in the new dis- Holland all reports and remit* 'mii-os will be handled through i&e: local office instead of at the one in. Austin. It is said that; «ix>ut .$4,000,000 will be handled he re during the coming year. The second district of Texas w is abolished ten years ago and *vas re-established last March y an order of President Wilson 'in account of the size of internal revenue returns in Texas last year.—Dallas Times-Herald. Labor Party Wins 4 Seats in Legislature (By International News Service...

Publication Title: Mexia Evening News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 9 July 1920

•\ ' *> * w- • y. V ^ u t V H Vm* To The Democratic Men And Women Of The 77th Judicial District A. E. Barnard and wife are at Mr. and Mrs. John W. Willis, fheir old home in Dome, spend- old Mexiaites, and their daugh- ing the week with old friends j ter, Marguerite of Waco, are and enjoying the big meeting here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. going on there. W. 0. Colwell. mp— ■ I am a candidate for District Attorney of the 77th Judicial District composed of Freestone and Limestone Counties. The primary election will be held Saturday, July 24th, 1920, and as my duties have called me away a great part of the time, I will not be able, personally, to see all the voters. Therefore, I take this method of letting you know that I am a candidate, and that I will appreciate your support. In the public positions that I have held, it has been my diligent ef- fort to do my duty; and if elected iDstrict Attorney, I assure you that the duties of the office shall at all times, have my diligent and p...

Publication Title: Mexia Evening News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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