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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 11 September 1919

J/ >r r ' * ! * j YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED T1DWELI 'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO. 192. MEXIA. TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPT 11, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance HARLEYRESIGNS ARBoelated PreBB Report. Austin, Sept. 11. The appoint- ment of Colonel W.D. Cope to succeed Adjutant General James A Harley, whose resignation has been announced by Gov. W. P. Hobby. Colonel has been act- ing assistant adjutant general for some time, and he is to be succeeded by Colonel H. C. Smith quartermaster of the Texas Na- tional Guard. STORM IS COMING1 HIGHWAY TO SELL EGGS UN- LAW TO Associated Press Report. New Orleans Sept. 11—North- east storm warnings have been extended west to Morgan City on the Louisiana coast by the weather bureau. Northerly winds have increased this after- noon and tonight will probably reach gale proportions in South Louisiana. BE CHANGED WILL BE ROUTED THROUGH FREEDMAN. COMMIS - SIONERSPROTEST COMING MEXIA ONE DAY ONLY Wednesday, Sept....

Publication Title: Mexia Evening News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 11 September 1919

'?Et. 'V' •V 1 T evening news meant so much to the upbuild- Published Every Afternoon Sunday FORT <&. SMITH, Owners and Publishers Subscription, 60 cents per Strictly in Advance Entored as secoud class matter February 2fi. 1919, at the postofftce at Mexia, Texas, under tlie act of March 3, 1879. ing and uplifting of Texas citiz- Except J «nship. Out- best wishes go out to - j Westminister and we trust that the young people of Mexia ant her neighboring towns will seize the opportunity to enter her halls and delve in the past with those who have made the work better by having lived. meeting Month, ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Hates on standing cards. Readers Per Hue each Insertion, 5 cents. Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a m. WOODROW AT BAY Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is eiftluslvely entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not otli erwise credited in this paper, aad al o the local news published...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 11 September 1919

T>r i — f * 4- # k f 4. t > •I f*# ♦ | .fJ *;• . 1 « The Mexia Drug Co. OjV^^rmny m rtjr nv iwrrr jnp m^iumr np; 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 good 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. xw: i\v: uw: . ivf/: iJflAi j LV8/J W^.1 The Mexia Drug Co. For Sale: 150 acre black land I farm on the Cooled ge Tehuacana road at $100 per acre. For terms j see W. D. Moody, Tehuacana, Texas. 2t. Fighting Bob...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 11 September 1919

I:'' OUR FALL OPENING SALE Starts Friday, September 12th, and Lasts Throughout the Month of September Our Main House at Tyler Celebrates this year the 40th Anniversary of Our Mr. J. Upstates Business Career in Tyler. The Star Store—a branch store of the Tyler Big House shall celebrate this event by a ROUSING SALE. Our main house bought during the past six months two large retail stocks—one of $40,000.00, one of $18,000.00 at almost half their value. They shipped us a portion of those to enable us to offer some Genuine Bargains to Our Customers. In addition to these we offer good size lines of Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods, Ladies and Mens Ready-To-Wear Goods, Notions, etc.—a good part of which was bought during the decline in April and May. Out of all of these we shall offer you during this sale numbers and numbers of Big Money Saving Items. Below we quote you a few of our many, many low prices. Space will not permit mentioning all. Come in and see them. Look 12V2c Yard Printed Gingham...

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

mwi YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED —TIDWELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO. 193, MEXIA. TEXAS FRIDA^ SEPT. 12, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance *• V K • i> V v ^ I * iy GROCERIES J We will have for Saturday's orders the fol- lowing: Jumbo Celery, ' Large Lettuce, Nice Cauliflower, •Large Green Peppers, Fresh Tomatoes, Nice Bulk Turnips, New Sweet Potatoes, Nice Apples, Oranges, Lemons, California Grapes, Bananas. Fresh Creamery Butter. We also have a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries—second to none in Mexia. Phone In Your Order Early. C. FELZ & SON, STORM COMING TO TEXAS HIGHWAY IS DISCUSSED Associated Press Report. Washington, Sept. 12.—The tropical hurricane this morning is apparently centered over the North Pacific and Central Gulf, probably in the vicinity of lati- tude 27 degrees and longitude 88, the weather nureau announc- ed. The disturbance has ad- vanced a little toward the north- east since last night. The move- men...

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

EVENING NEWS Published i; • ?:• Every Afternoon Sunday Except FORT & SMITH, Owners anil Publishers Subscription, &0 cents per Mouth, Strictly in Advance Eu'ered as secoud cltwm matter February 2fi. 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, uuder the act or March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Per line each insertion, 6 cents. Copy for ads rnuBt be in office by 11 a. m. Life The .simple lass. The broken working man. When life entered the door. Only a gutter bum. The woman who knew no shame. —- By W. Alexander Imlay —1 CHANGING THE HIGHWAY Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press la ci^luaively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to tt or hot oth- erwise credited In this paper, and al«o the local news published heroin. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. The Critic, who was lambast- ing the lazy men in town yester day, failed td take into c...

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

Mrs. Ed Prichard, sister of W. W. Barnett, underwent an op- eration for appendicitis at the Groesbeck Sanitarium Thursday and is reported to be doing nicely. OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT Everything is clean and sani tary, including the proprietor, clerk and porter at Schulz's—the New Drug Store. D-10-4 V S- Fighting Bob was a daisy, so is the Fighting"~Bob Cigar. 5, 6, and 10 cent at Schulz's New Drug Store. Sole agents for Mexia. D-10-4 Just received fresh keg of fine Mackerel.— H. B. Stevens,— Phone No. 7. tf Kimball Young Miss Alma Harris has had her cottage north of Mrs. Kinche- loe's home torn down and the lumber moved to Kirven. Wood Wanted—Stove wood also cord of wood. DeWitt Lamb at News Office <* /I J r > < ■i3 '■' ■ ' KIMBALL YOUNG" "MAGDA" A Stage Classic Immortalized In Films Daughter Pitted Against Father in a Tre- mendous Struggle of Wills. The Most Force- ful Emotional Role Miss Young Ever Ap- peared in. —And— "WHERE'S YOUR HUSBAND" CHRISTIE COMEDY 8 O'clock - 9:30 O'...

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

; DOUNiGS OF THE VAN LOONS . I I .ML - 1 — V ■ , __rv4EV Ana now Father isn't so sure about it WHAT /\ piNf BABY ! I'M SO tiTEC IN 1 *N| •APOU-r -TO BEL ."IA^'ran PA ! SUCH .DEARS. c^kANfA: PA-DA \0UR. bliP-TH >. IS ALL Rj^ADV J WHAT I C/AN • WAIT ftR H-e HAPPV "TIME. ANN M0RE * •" '1 PLUMB PLAN NEWSPAPERS UNNECESSARY ARE ATTACKED Associated Press Report. Washington, Sept. 12.—The Plumb Plan for the tripartite control of railroads under Gov- ernment ownership must be "buried beyond all hope" if it is not to be made a "rallying point for the nationalization of &11 in- dustry" Edgar Rich, Transpor- tation Counsel for the Associat- ed Industries of Massachusetts, declared before the House Inter- state Commerce Committee which is considering legislation for the final disposition of rail- roads. Rich said that the Plumb plan, like Bolshevism, was a per- version of the principle of social- ism in that it will benefit only one class. "A SPLENDID TONIC" Says Hixson Lady Who, On Doc- ...

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

v>! t 'wfl f] YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATE !> TIDWELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS ' r- |l vm I r i r VOL. XXI.^NO. 194, MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MEXIA. TEXAS SATURDAY, SEPT. 13, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance TELEPHONE 62 -Or- 79 FOR THE BEST IN GROCERIES C. FELZ & SON, TWO PHONES. PHONE 62. PHONE 79 HURRICANE FIRST BAP- HITS MAINLAND TIST CHURCH TEAMS EVEN- LY MATCHED Associated Press Report. Chicago, Sept 13.—The Chi- cago White Sox, leaders of the American league, top the Cin- cinnati Reds, National league pace makers, in club batting, but the Reds have a shade the best of it in club fielding, ac- cording to averages released to- day and which include games of last Wednesday. The White Sox, in 124 games have batted for an average of .283 while the Reds, in 127 games have a batting mark of .264. In club fielding, the Reds' mark is .873, while that of the White Sox is .969. Four members of the White Sox, who have played in 20 or more games are hitting more than .3...

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

■*#&#«$ FT Hw GAME IS SCARCE. EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Sunday Except FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publishers Subscription, &0 cents per Strictly lu Advauce Month, I I Kn'ered as second class matter February 2«. 1D19, at the postofHce at Mexia, Texas, under the act of March 3. 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards. Reader* Per line each Insertion, 6 cents. Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. m. 15,000 SHOUT "AYE"LEAGUE VOTE NO RESERVATIONS WANTED BY MINNESOTA PEOPLE. THEY SAY. Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is e*luaively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not oth- erwise credited In this paper, and al«o the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. The man who tried to put away a dollar in his stotnach the other day in Clifton was trying to beat the banks out of a good deposit. , This weather is t...

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

T T * ********** I'eople who are in and out of Mexia and 'ery- thinn;. If you have a visitor or going to leave town call 146 or 287.—Thanks. ********** up fMr. and Mrs. P. M. Kauhl, re- cently of Dallas, but who have for the past several months been touring in California and other western states, are here visiting the family of C. J. Kauhl. New Mackerel Phone 83. at Tidwell's— EverBharp pencils ,a beauti- ful line to select from. Prices from $1 to $4.50 at Schulz's Drug store. D-10-4 Just received a new line of guaranteed Kant-Leak combina- tion Fountain Syringes, Hot Water Bottles, Ice Caps.—Mexia Drug Co. NOTICE Mrs. H. T. Fort announces the postponement of her Expression Class until Monday, September 22. Ner new prices will be $4.50 for Grammar School students and $5.00 tor High School pu- pils. tf J. F. Laird has just returned from Heads Prairie and reports that they have excellent crop conditions there. It was erron- eously reported a few days ago that Mr. Laird was in West Tex...

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

I > DO'iKGb Or I'tii VAN LOONS • -r +e rhat i am ro i->.L ' iT'-i A DISTINCTION To pi A <3R>\NJ> F^VTHf- R . TT /\ RNE BOV voo HAVE\S\\ "THAT Viiy MUST Bf=. PfW^O Toy/ SC. I'D LI CM: fathpr oi M;CM / , bov1 After all. what has Father to be proud L ■ ■ ■ ""— ~ ~ "*•* _ i CHANCe Me LL HAVE. TO VI3 HIS PADDY SO I TOOK HIM ALONC VESlTS KINP OF H>VRD f=o«t_ HIM TO TKAV/e /_ /V I OM&- wav. HuT IT MA-V Ese. T HE. LAST LIKE- >ou TO' MEET CjKAND - nfathbr! HE. S with uJ ON T>Hi TRAIN' I'M ABOUT TO BE CjRANDFWTHER 7 4RAN£k FATHCR*/ PRIZE WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED LONG LIST OF THOSE WHO WERE SUCCESSFUL TRADES DAY. It has been quite a bit of trouble to list the names of the prize winners on Trades Day, September 4th. The prizes were awarded by number and the News-Herald found it necessary to look up the names of those who held the successful num- bers and thus give names in- HHarthcock, D. A. Haddick. stead of numbers. Below you Barred Rocks Y. pen—R. E. will find the li...

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

YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED Til)WELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA VOL. XXI. NO 195. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ______ MEXIA. TEXAS MONDAY, SEPT., 15, 1919. = OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT PRISCILLA DEAN IN 'PRETTY SMOOTH" You saw her in the "WILD CAT OF PARIS" See This one its "Pretty Smooth" 8 and 9:30 — 10 and 20c ' Wi' mttlULA DUN UMfVI RIAL m TOMORROW WILLIAM DESMOND IN "THE PRODIGAL LIAR" Burlesque on the West NEXT MONDAY: "THE WOMAN THOU GAYEST ME" MARTIAL LAW IN CORPUS CHRISTI SEVERAL PEOPLE DROWNED NEWS OPEN STORM MISSES SUNDAY MEXIA RECEIVED NEWS OF STORM AND KEPT PEOPLE IN- FORMED <3 The News stayed open Sunday afternoon in order to answer (he many telephone calls from people who have relatives in the storm districts. Sunday morning the extra sheet distributed by the local £aper was given to people on the train and all seemed to appre- ciate the service rendered. The Gulf hurricane which j swept over South Texas Sunday did not hit Mexia. Only a light j rain fell here and there was no h...

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

1 • E Sf f 1 ' EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday FORT & SMITH, Owuers aud Publishers Subscription, 60 cents per Month, Strictly In Advance En'ered tu second class matter February 2'J. 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Per liue each insertion, 5 cents. Copy for ads must be In office by 11 a. m. Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not oth- erwise credited in this paper, and *l«o the local news published herein. Ail rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. If poverty makes great auth- ors then we are on the rqad to success. Henry Ford is going to quit making boats for Uncle Sam. What if he happened to quit making cars for him? What has become of the old time revival meeting when the preacher used to tell the ol...

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

m * f « i U:'i \ # *> t * People who are in and * v out of Alexia and 'ery- * thing. * If you have a visitor or * going to leave town call * 146 or 287.—Thanks. 4r i Miss Frances Bass left Satur- day afternoon for Dallas to join a party of young ladies, who left there Sunday afternoon for Ran- dolph Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg, Va. This is an A1 college, there being only two others of its standing in the South. Miss Frances preferred a Southern College and chose R. M. Wit ranking with Welles- ley, Bryanmar, Smith and Vas- sar, all eastpn colleges. Turnip Greens—We couldn't fill all orders received Saturday. Phone us your orders early Tues- day morning.—Tidwell's Phone 83. Just received a new line of guaranteed Kant-Leak combina- tion Fountain Syringes, Hot Water Bottles, Ice Caps.—Mexia Drug Co. Shot Gun Shells, all loads. V. Wolverton & Co. For Sale: Good first class iron safe 18x 24 inches inside measurements, 16 inche^ deep. This safe can be seen in the of- fice o fth...

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

Even Father's good nature has its limits ur i HE VAN LOONS I5N 1 n VAT OUST , l_OVE3LU.V. t NEVEK. SUCH XV rtAPPV MAN /SS MV HUiBANO JiNcE HE HEARD IS TO BE A RANOR^THe-R ) HE IS WtARlNf; SMILES at wont C*5>ME_ CAN FV\2.E IM ANV, lst0RE ^ YOU LflOK LIKl ONI- W0W-D EHWV A CS(OC5£> i^AME Of~ HUM ' CUM AND I ri t _ «—O-/^ \ l^iNME 13 QUITE. Ul rtOLN 6M0k£Sl>5te^ ( -T HLKI ••==ri. C^AME. our HAVE. ABOUT 5l> rV P0IN15 IN MV HAND 2 Sturdy Comfortable Shoes For Merv Here is the shoe with months of wear in it, a shoe you can wear in Rood weather and bad, a shoe you do not have to be careful with because it is honestly made of real leather throughout. g Notice the good solid sole, the broad toe— it is just as comfortable as it looks. Come into our store and try on a pair— of Black Gun Metal Calf $6.75 of soft Arista Kid $7.50 Reasonable Styles, right shoes, and regular values. GENE SINCLAIR Shoes-Hosiery §\ H ■ HIS LITTLE JOKE. "The boss says I can have onlj one week's vacation t...

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

II if- [ |fe| \ VOL. XXI. NO. 196 OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT Ananais had nothing on this bird— WILLIAM DESMOND IN k "THE PRODIGAL LIAR" He lied and his friends lied until they didn't know the truth when they heard it—and all to "entertain" a romantic maiden from up Vermont way—It's a scream' TOMORROW ^- m EARLE WILLIAMS In "the hornets NEST" MRS. WILSON WOODROW EARLE WILLIAMS Mrs. Wilson Wood row is known as one of the cleverest novelists in America "The Hornet's Nest" is her besl known book Earle Williams at his best in this most excellent adaptation of a famous writer's famous storv. And Larry Senion in the best comedy he ever made "THE SIMPLE LIFE" In Two Reels. YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TID WELL'S BARBERSHOP. EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MEXIA. TEXAS TUESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1919 50c Per Month In Advance 125 LIVES LOST AT COR- PUS CHRISTI REPORT IS TOO CONSERVA- TIVE. MAY REACH HUN- DREDS. SHIP LOST WITH CREW Vl MEXIA INFEST- ED WITH RATS ARE A MENACE TO HEALTH AND A NUISANCE ...

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

A m * DOQ TENT LIFE THEIR LOCALITY EVENING NEWS Published Every AUernoon Except Sunday FORT 4. SMITH, Owners ami Publishers Subscription, 50 cents per Month, Strictly in Aiivauce En'ered as second class matter February 26. 1919, at the postofflce at Mexia. Texas, under the act ot March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Per line each insertion, 6 cents. Copy for ads must be la office by 11 a. m. proper raising than civic duty. REPUBLICANS IN TEXAS Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is eAlusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not oth- erwise credited in this paper, and *l*o the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. A man's credit is as good as his word. If a man's word is worth nothing then his credit is marked down. The editorial in today's paper on Dead Beats is backed up by every merchant in Mexia wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 16 September 1919

41 . / T si * 4 * f * t • | « t ? •* * * •OF A LOCAL NATURE People who are in and out of Mexia and 'erything If you have a visitor or going t0 leave town cali 146 or 287. "DANCING will be discussed from a reasonable and religious standpoint at the First Metho- dist Church next Sunday by the pastor. J.J. Moore, a prominent Dem- ocrat? of 1600Mi Main St., Dallas, was here a few days since in the interest of the Roosevelt Memo- rial Association, and in a few days a Memorial Roosevelt Drive will be launched following the or- ganization of an association in each precinct in the county. H. R. Henderson of Groesbeck has been appointed county chairman for the association and I. New- man of Mexia has been appoint- ed city and pirecinct chairman. The great drive will begin Oct. 20th, and end Oct. 27th. r Just received a new line of guaranteed Kant-Leak combina- tion Fountain Syringes, Hot Water Bottles, Ice Caps.—Mexia Drug' Co. Shot jGun Shells, all loads. V. Wolverton & Co. For Sale: Go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 16 September 1919

i; hi1.' I m I I 'W ... - p^WPIKIvTs™«5E ^ '. " •■•• r. j ' ' DOINGS OF i"rl£ VAN LOONS JUi"T K. PROM France.! /NND vay MW JOME OI= THE. VVoRJTJ FHCtH TINc^, 6H! YOU MUST HAVli SOMa cgKEi^r tayp&Ri TO "Tli.L.1 , It wasn't as impossible as it seemed QWAS HOME-^KK ' J WAb MOST oH- Me while- IN P-f^AM I WWi> IN TWO PlAC £_*> /*K~T CB TWO PM.CE3 /-THE AMERICANS ACtoMPLIS VVONDt£,R 5 TE^L-l- MEi ffNETHI N (1 "YL-- S I IWVE. — sir: ON what no you mean' 1 FARMERS, DON'T HURRY IN SALE OF COTTON The farmers who are market- ing their cotton will do well to go slow and not be in too big a hurry to sell. In all cotton mar- kets, no doubt, there is a gen- tleman's agreement among buy- ers not to bid against each other, until it is certain that there will be no trade between the seller and the first buyer who gets to his bale. Some agencies have several buyers on the grounds and of course they are not ex- pected to make competitive bids. Don't take the first bid; you might do better by ...

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