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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 5 September 1919

YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIIJWELI.'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO. 187, MEXIA, TEXAS FRIDAY .SEPT. 5, 1919 50c Per Month In Advance J V" i i. >' ) r I Jl 1' f M \ TRADES DAY BIG SUCCESS MANY PEOPLE HERE TO TAKE PART IN CONTEST Thursday, September 4th, was one of the , most successful Trades Days in the history of Mexia. Almost every farmer in Mexia's trade territory was here and brought his family. The spirit that prevailed dur- ing the day was commendable. Several farmers made entries just to show their neighbors what they were doing, not ask- ing for any prize at all. Those that won were happy and those who lost congratulated the ones that won. It is estimated that at least seven thousand people were in town yesterday. Of this num- ber the great part of them were from the rural districts. It was a great day and should be repeated every year. PRIZES PUBLISHED SATURDAY AS YET NO NAMES HAVE BEEN LET OUT The "News man has endeavor- ed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 5 September 1919

Y-. EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Sunday Except FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publishers Subscription, 00 cents per Strictly In Advance Month, Entered as second class matter February 2«- 1919, at the poatolTlce at Mexia, Texas, under thu act of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers l'or line each insertion, 5 cents. Copy for ads must IX a. in. be in office by Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is eriklusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to It or not oth- erwise credited In this paper, axid ai«o the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. - ! - S And wasn't that the. finest needle work you ever saw? If we do not take an interest in ourselves then no one else will. The great trouble with most of us is we cannot see the other fellow's side of the question. Money may be cheap, but it still costs as much ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 5 September 1919

/ A r * J , I I • • I 4* * People who ure in and * * out of Mexia and 'ery- * * thin^ ♦ * If you have a visitor or * * going to leave town call * * 146 or 287.—Thanks. * ************ Tlie body of Mrs. Belts, daughter of Mrs. N. P. Houx, will not arrive until tonight, therefore the funeral services will not be held until sometime Saturday, the time not having been decided upon. The dtlay was caused by bad train connec- tions in Fort Worth. 1 1 The other three reasons are: They have won the highest a- wards and honors at the Nation- al Expositions. They were des- signed by a Physician and lastly they are sold by a private Corse- tiere. Phone 245 and get a dem- onstration. 25D1 Miss Lois Groover will begin hfcr classes in Music September 15, with studios both at the High school and lgrammar school.Will be glad to call on all interested parties. 5 D-2. Mrs. J. A. Gantz and Miss Vir- ginia came in today after a sev- eral days visit out of the city. Oil and Gas lease for sale on 60 acres ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 5 September 1919

- ....I . V*. *3. riCar. i P5 vi - So the People Nay Know that you are in busi- ness, come in and let us show what we can do for you in the way of attractive cards and letter heads. Good print- ing of all kinds is our specialty and if we can- not satisfy you we don't want your business. That's Fair, Isn't It? i: fiSTrtgji rafrftflfavia IP** i ' BERRY-BARNETT Grocery Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS iiiumnmiiiiiiiiiiuioiiiuiiiiuiiiiinimiioii With Ample Capital, Unsurpassed Facilities, Promot Service and Courteous Treatment, We solicit the Patronage of the Merchants of Mexia and surrounding ter- ritory. auiiiiitiiiiniiMiitiuiicimitiiiiiiiamiirainmR Berry-Barnett Grocery Co. ooooooocooooooockxx)coocxx>ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 3rd Install- ment due on or before Aug. 12. 20 Per Cent. Be prompt with your payments on your Victory Bond. Prendergast, Smith & Co., Banking STRONG—LIBERAL ^onf^^limnnftrwvM>nnnnftfW10000000000<X)OonnnnoftrwwMvi VMvwwM>rnnnnnnn...

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

_ ' • ■ 1 if S V 1 A YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWEI.L'S R A RISER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL XXI, NO. 188. MEXIA. TEXAS SATURDAY, SEPT. 6. 1919. .«■, ^ _... 50c Per Month In Advance MRS. BETTS' BODY ARRIVES PRICE OF LARD DROPS WILSON IN BRITISH AND KANSAS CITY I GERMANS FIGHT AUSTRIA WILL SIGN The body of Mrs.Betts, daughj- ter of Mrs. N. P. Houx( arrived Friday night and' the funeral will be held at the First Presbyterian Church Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. The body is being held until the arrival of Arvin Epper- son, son of Mrs. Houx and broth- er of the deceased. The tragedy, which' ended the life of Mrs. Betts, was one of the most terrible in the history of the town in which she was kill- ed, Pueblo, Colo. Mrs. Betts had hired a man to work around the place wh^re she was living and during the time he was working there he proposed to Mrs. Betts, who refused the proposal as ridiculous. The man swore ven- geance and said he would kill her. This did no...

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

EVENING NEWS Published Every Aflemoon Sunday FORT & SMITH, Owners aud Publishers Subscription, TO cents per Strictly iu Advance Except Mouth, Entered as seeouii class matter February 1919. at the postoffice at Mexia. Texas, under the net of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards Per Hue Readers each Insertion, 5 cents. Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. m. Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is esfclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or uot oth- erwise credited In this paper, and *1ho the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. The death of Mrs. Betts was a very sad affair. It goes to show that the different states cannot be too particular about the crazy persons roaming in their borders All law abiding citizens should be protected from these crea- tures who are laboring under a diseased mind. The News,...

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

WTT> T 4* i 4 4 f * 4 #*' i People who are in and out of Mexia and 'ery- thing. Iffc ,ou have a visitor or going to leave town call 146 or 2#7.—Thanks. ********** Arvin Epperson, Chief Quar- termaster in the United States Navy, arrived from Norfolk, Va. on today's train. Mr. Epperson is a brother of Mrs. Betts. Mrs. J. E. Parket of Teague, i in the city to attend the funer- al of Mrs. Betts, which will be held at the First Presbyterian Church Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Wanted. Good reliable boys t owork on roads: surveying parties: good salary: call at my office Sunday or Monday.—F. P. Holt. Out of the smoke and dust of battle, amid the crashing and shrieking of war, came the face of the girl he left behind,Heart of Humanity, Opera House Mon- day. Mrs. Gene Sinclair and little son left today for Groesbeck where they will visit relatives. The other three reasons are: They have won the highest a- wards and honors at the Nation- al Expositions. They were des- signed by a Physicia...

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

hwwii., I.V.Ii..>>..■ .,y"rn i 7. '* vvfi* t tr^ " . . • I v* ! i. S( So the People May Know that you are in busi- ness, come in and let us show what we can do • for you in the way of attractive cards and - letter heads. Good print' ing of all kinds is our specialty and if we can- not satisfy you we don't want your business. That's Fair, Isn't It? jwg m ■ BERRY-BARNETT Grocery Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS With Ample Capital, Unsurpassed Facilities, Promvt Service and Courteous Treatment, We solicit the Patronage of the Merchants of Mexia and surrounding ter- ritory. Berry-Barnett Grocery Co. I.. • i,;. . h-Til OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOC.OOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. I 3rd Install- ^ i ' ment due on or before Aug. 12. Sam per £ent> Be prompt with your payments on your Victory Bond. Prendergast, Smith? ?& Co., Banking 17 \ g STRONG—LIBERAL 8 oooooo ooooooooooc ooooooooooooockk>ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 3<u>00cx)0000000000000 AIL TEXAS AWAITS ...

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

* \ 1.. ■ - \ . • i YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWEI.L'S BARKER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ! VOL. XXI. NO. 189. MEXIA. TEXAS MONDAY, SEPT. 8. 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance JIMM1E SIN- TEACHERS CLAIR DIES' SECURED WAS RELATED TO MEXIA PEOPLE. BURIED IN DALLAS Jimmie Sinclair, son of Mr.and Mrs. Liston Sinclair, of Dallas, died Saturday night and was burried in Okland Cemetery, in Dallas, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Liston Sinclair are well known in Mexia, being related to the Means family and -the Sinclairs. The following persons went to Dallas to attend the funeral: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sinclair and litle son, Mrs. Burleson Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Means, Miss Elsie Means and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sinclair; TEHUACANA ROAD BEING REPAIRED The Tehuacana Road is being repaired and in a few days will be in good shape for cars to cross. The recent rains and contin- ued1 bad weather have been very hard on the roads of the country especially the pikes. Huge holes have bee...

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

Fff iii I I I ■ i ■ 2 '■ EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday FORT & SMITH, Owners aiul Publishers Subscription, CO cents per Strictly in Advance Month, Entered as second class matter February 2G. 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act or March 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Per line each insertiou, 6 cents. Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. m. Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is eifclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not oth- erwise credited In this paper, and aWo the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. MEETING MISS MEXIA "Ma" Burdick gets the prize. She made 3100 doughnuts in one day for the boys over there. That's worth more than we are able to give. Mr. Elliott, our Superintend- ent, needs the co-operation of every parent in the city. With- out ...

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

If * p V 4 The Mexia Drug Co. §MM,WW W W~ MW WW WW-WW® At the Old Stand, but under different man- agement, solicits a part of your business. Our store has been overhauled and our stock replineshed. Our fountain is new and we are better pre- pared to serve your demands than ever be- fore. We use Mexia Manufactured Ice Cream—because we find it to be as grood as the out of town cream, and a visit to our home plant will convince you that it is pure and sanitary. We handle Nunnally's and Jacobs Candies, The best in the South. We have a nice line of ivory mirrors, combs, brushes etc. We, have fine perfumes—and some cheap that you can buy at a bargain. Our drug- line is complete and we carefully compound pre- scriptions. The Mexia Drug Co. W. J. Stringer, proprietor of AQif fif) D the Toague Chronicle, with hi.s i Il/A wife and children, were visitors with relatives in the city yest 'r- day. For Sale: 150 acre black land farm on the Cooledge Tehuacana road at $100 per acre. For terms see W...

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

nj m <S"® 1/ " ' ,. _;._ — _. — jgjg.3.? :;_i;<ji:Trr*r;;r- -r • ••_•• " ' "7 "." Y ' - ' '' ' *- So the People May Know i m mRapvn,.™ TO just • 1- - " ifwlwr-**--* - - -yy ^ M "QUITTERS," SAYS speed kings will be SW fjf WILSON OF FOES SEEN AT THE TEXAS cnDrirur YYILoUN Ur l-Utfij mm ^ FOR FIGHT PRESIDENT FIGHTING HARD FOR LEAGUE REVEALS NEW SELF. that you are in busi- ness, come in and let us show what we can do for you in the way of attractive cards and letter heads. Good print- ing of all kinds is our specialty and if we can- not satisfy you we don't want your business. That's Fair, Isn't It? m ::^ \ < r i r i r ^ mmmmm BERRY-BARNETT Gray Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS ]iiiiiiiiiiiit:!iiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiinniiMiiiMitoH With Ample Capital, Unsurpassed Facilities, Promnt Service and Courteous Treatment, We solicit the Patronage of the Merchants of Mexia and surrounding ter- ritory. w *;• k% .liuiiiuuncsiitiiiiiiiiitsinciitmtaiHiHiiiiiinn! lerry-Barnett Irocery Co. OMWWWl OOOOOOOOOO...

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

,1 f " l 3 "V «v • / V i: YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWEl.E'S BARBER SHOP MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VLO. XXI. NO. 190. MEXIA. TEXAS TUESDAY, SEPT. 9, 1919 50c Per Month In Advance TEXAS TAX- ABLE VALUES Associated Press Report Austin, Texas, Sept. 9—Texas taxable values for 1919 are esti- mated at $3,101,000,000 from the tax rolls, which are nearly completed. This is an increase of approximately $83,000,000 over the preceding year. While this increase is not as great as was expected by econo- mic observers, they advance two reasons for the shortcoming. First, the three-year drough which extended over a large por- tion of Texas caused many cattle to be either shipped out of the state or slaughtered. Homes and farms laso depreciated under its influence, and business estab- lishments went down in value. The second cause is perhaps the greatest. During 1918, the period of accumulation of pro- perty rendered in 1919, Texas was pouring millions of dollars into Lib...

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

... r tM. < .•■##> "< "rtHiT f LEAGUE CERTAIN MEETING WILSON DECLARES1 mss "Em AMERICAN COTTON ASSO- CIATION EVENING NEWS Except Every Afternoon Sunday Published FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publishers PRESIDENT IN OPENING SPEECH ES OF TOUR VOICES HIGH HOPE Month, Subscription, CO cents per Strictly in Advance WAITS WORLD Eu'oieU as second class matter February 2^- 1919. at the postofflce at Mexia, Texas, uuiler the >vct of March 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Per Hue each Insertion, 5 cents. Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. ni Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is ejftluslvely entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to It or not oth- erwise credited In this iwper, and al«o the local news published herein. All rights of republication of Bpeclal dispatches herein are also reserved. Did the Thursday Trades Day kill the Saturday business? Ask any business man in Mex...

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

• 9 O t < f* .. ir yf Hi A 4 V • -s J i The Mexia Drug Co. ay ay ?y ?y w 3K ay jdp ay ay® as 'At the Old Stand, but under different man- agement, solicits a part of your business. Our store has been overhauled and our stock replineshed. Our fountain is new and we are better pre- pared to serve your demands than ever be- fore. We use Mexia Manufactured Ice Cream -because we find it to be as Rood as the out of town cream, and a visit to our home plant will convince you that it is pure and sanitary. We handle Nunnally's and Jacobs Candies, The best in the South. We have a nice line of ivory mirrors, combs, brushes etc. We, have fine perfumes—and some cheap that you can buy at a bargain. Our drug line . is complete and we carefully compound pre- scriptions. The, Mexia Drug Co. Mr. W. J. VVriglit Bays that one need not go any great ili.s- tance it" he only wishes to see them make automobiles. After a trip to Ft. Worth and going through the Texan Auto plant he has some very interesting...

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

^lr#"1-' <*r ,1 We Are Always Ready to serve vou with good printing. No matter what the nature of the job may be we are ready to do it at a price that will be Satisfactory IfKWtfn ^ \+\0*0t+*0*0t\ *+*0* BERRY-BARNEIT Grocery Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS iiuiiiiiiiiiuiiMiiiiiiiiaiiniiiiiiiiQiiiiiiiiiiiiDiu With Ample Capital, Unsurpassed Facilities, Promot Service and Courteous Treatment, We solicit the Patronage of the Merchants of Mexia and surrounding ter- ritory. '* '1 "H aniiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiitimniirsn Berry-Barnett Grocery Co. o«xx)OOOOooooooooooocooooocx>ooooooooock>ooc>oooocockxxxxxx>ooooooooooooooooooooooooo 3rd Install- ment due on or before Aug. 12. 20 Per Cent. Be prompt with your payments on t'/\rJ■ ■ ■* .*' ... * ■ your Victory Bond. Prendergast, Smith & Co., Banking STRONG—LIBERAL jQQ^^Q^IQ^^yTfifinQQOOOOOQOQOOOOOOQOOOQOQCmQOQOOOQQQOOOOCCI I). S. GOVERNMENT WILL SEND ENVOYS TO COTTON PALACE Waco.—The combined exhib- its of several Unite...

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

'■ r' YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATE!) Til)WELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA MEMliER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO. 101. MEXIA. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPT 10, 1019. NEWS 50c Per Month In Advance t I ' 7 \ |« • V . b i 4 AUSTRIA SIGNS THE TREATY USE SAME FORMALITIES AS GERMANS Avsofciated Press Report.1' ■ St. Germain, Sept. 10.—Dr. Karl' Ttenner, head of the Aus- trian delegation to the Peace Con ference', sighed the Treaty be- tween allied and the associated powers and the Austrian Repubr lie this morniig at ten ifjfteen. When all the delegates present had (seated themselves at the round table, Itenner was intro- duced with the same formality as was observed when the Ger- mans entered the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles on June 28th. Premier Clemenceau arose and called the body to order and announced the delegates. He then: asked Renner to affix his name to the treaty and then the delegates were called , in order. Renner smiled and bowed gra- cisusly as he approached. He again smiled as he retur...

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

.'.VI • /> i m i vr I Pap/ it a / Hf fr ■ :„.v ■ .• I> 'Wa «K''' ■E1!. Em ■Si ■ ? ft RJi Vfc'iV/iVG ft' Published Every Afternoon Sunday Excel t men appi calm FORT & SMITH, Owners anil Publishers Subscription, CO con s per Strictly in Advance Entered as Kebruar Mexiii, Te Marcb 3, 1879. eciate the fact that mess and quiet are neces- ,-ar> before corrections can be made. Not alone have the lead- •rs of the state of Nev York seen the ]x>int but Mr. Lee, the president of the Railroad Train- men, ha* definitely assured his called for a period of six months oud class matter | Tile country is passing through Month, under the r.ct of 2fi. 1019, at the postortice at |an extraordinary period, re-ad- justments must be made, and thinking laborers are consider- ate of their country's welfare. We even think that patriotism has not yet passed from them. Leaders realize that time alone can tell whether new wage in- creases are just or not. There- fore let time decide. The cam- paig...

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

r ' * -a :: v Tfie Mexia Druo Co. , [J5 J I r. ' At the Old Stand, but under different man- agement, solicits a part of your business. Our store has been overhauled and our stock repKne$hed4 Our fountain is new and we are better pre- pared to serve your demands than ever be- >re. We use Mexia Manufactured Ice Cream—because we find it to be as #ood as the cut of town cream, and a visit to our home plant will convince you. that it is pure and sanitary. We handle Nunnally's and Jacobs Candies, The best in the South. We have a nice line of'ivory mirrors, combs, brushes etc. We, have fine perfumes—and', some cheap that you can buy at a bargain. Our druj? line is complete and we carefully compound pre- scriptions. The Mexia Drug Co. VV. I-.'i. Tatui.. oi the Running- uani ami 'latum Hardware Co. I Corsicana, was a visitor in our city Wednesday. For Sale: 150 acre black land j farm on the Cooledge Tehuacana i .->ad at $100 per am-. For terms see W. D.' Moody, Tehuacana, Tekas. . 2t. ...

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

DOllS Van loons I I „ I I I KN0VM TT "T EA.T. i'LX. T^c.a i'm avyfulln HONlJW. |-e.T5 <aO in| "tub plnini^ca and eyvr.' r HAVfe. j.or-'Ve URTi-te- Wfl3 OL \ A-t- CARTV KAlU -R^'V fr R IC i-c - L,OC O ^£>C T C*U_URY VA/HITFE PI WITH -SA-SiA.7C 11 kVlC-KtiN HAfc P^-r-VTr-SS -crt ER. - I M NOT - BR. - H-fN^KV <st al.u .'butI if you insist i ^ wb'uu d,p'f in 1 6. loril : ! ' I'M ifPRV Youi HAVfcL NO APPETITE .' CTH-I-S DINNKLfi. ^A,r J ( K l V, N, x, .p,an threc ( or DOU-AR* And Father didn't Know iti^ it vVtW.' No'lS "TABLE- T>' Wtt ; X DNI-- DCiH-^VR /X lr'ie.'CG. ) is pt-l-ici0to .v. DI5 Appt v j-jii ■ 1 ^ ^ I* PRESIDENT GOES WEST Associated Press Report. On Board The President's Train. Sept. ,10,-r-The President js heading due west on one of the longest legs of his country wide trip. The only stop scheduled will be Bismark, North Dakota."« THRIFT 15 POWER BUY SAVE AND SUCCEED TYPHOON IN CHINA Associated Press Report Amoy, Chinia, Sept. 10.—A great typhoon swept over the ...

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