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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 23 September 1919

mhmmmmmh J i s fi YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWELL'S BARBER SHOP MEXIA EVENING NEWS k MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO 202. MEXIA. TEXAS TUESDAY, SEPT. 23, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance A Change of Program HYAKAWA LOST IN THE FLOODS OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT BILLIE RHODES Fascinating Billie of musical comedy and motion picture farce in another of her popular comedy-dramas— "The Lamb and the Lion She has all kinds of fun with "POLKA DOT" her pet pi*. TOMORROW DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "THE KNICKER- BOCKER BUCKAR00" An Artcraft Picture f SEVEN REELS HANG THE TRACK! GO AHEAD! LETS GO! That's "Doug's" policy! If the track's "gone on a bust" or if there's no steam—Lets go anyway! "Damn the torpedoes; go ahead!" "Doug" starts out to do something for some- body in "The Knickerbocker Buckaroo." Doing it takes him through rip-roarnig Ariz- ona, into devil-ridden Mexico, in—and out!— of a non-escapable jail. You know! Fairbanks! And the story's as good as the best he ever had. SCHOOL MATIN ...

Publication Title: Mexia Evening News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 23 September 1919

W' <4 EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Sunday Except FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publishers Subscription. £0 ceuts per Strictly lti Advance Month, Entered as second class matter February 2>s. 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 line each Insertion, 5 cents. Copy for ads must be In office by 11 a. m. Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is eAluaively 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. W The way orae folks seek happi- ness is amazing but if it makes them happy it is successful. General reports from all over the United States do not show any great building sprint. Padarewski has insured his fingers again. Does this mean that the Polish Primier ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 23 September 1919

r +— I I OF A LOCAL NATURE People who are in and out olv Mexia and 'erything If you have a visitor or going to leave town call 146 or 287. II If I NOTICE J. B. Best had a narrow es- cape yesterday when he was at- tacked by an angry bull at his dairy near town. The infuriated beast was finally beaten off and Mr. Best escaped with injuries, only to his head and hands which were badly bruised. Another driver made the rounds on the milk wagon today though Mr. Best was able to accompany him. Shot loads. Co. Gun Shells, all V. Wolverton & G. T. Bourne of Milford was a plteasant Mexia visitor Monday. For Rent; Nice four-room cot- tage in the Southern part of town. Connected with gas and water supply.—J. M. Lam- berth. D23-5t. Miss Emma Reynolds left Tuesday for Austin where she will enter the State University. Miss Reynolds i sa graduate of Mexia High School. For Sale: Good first class iron safe 18x 24 inches inside measurements, 16 inchest deep. This safe can be seen in the of- fice o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 23 September 1919

w \ } DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS Perhaps there is something to John's idea. i'm sure IT WIL-L Bl a Boy' AH -THAT IT/ I'M PRE- PAR IN tf FOR A "THESE. -X p-t=W Of=- THE. r>OuL.5 I'VE. BOUGHT Ai-RLApy AK1-. £>0L- (_£> ■POLL-S BE.PS i>0 P^OK'TH CO I E_ C'tS I^TH fc .R. I L-l— .SHOW Of RE A L-i r n..t P'RS.VIOUi aren't You! P AND 81SSID&S cilRL" l"T MM BE Boy i THEN mp iV£GflO S77ZL ALIVE NO CHANGE IN STRIKE man WHO WAS SHOT OVER WEEK AGO MAY RE- COVER Peter Reed, who was shot and seriously injured by Henry Davis a week ago last Sunday Thay recover. The shots entered the head of the injured man and penetrated the brain. Reports from Reed's bedside say that his chances for recovery are good. The trouble came up over do- mestic relations of Davis' and it seems as though Reed had cover- ed Davis with a gun when the latter filled him with buckshot. PLANTS ARE RUNNING DE- SPITE LABORERS WALK OUT Y.W.C.A.N0W IN CAMP Associated Press Report. Austin Texas, Sept. 22.—The cabinet of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 24 September 1919

i! y, III r t OF A LOCAL INh People who are in and out of 1\* If you have a visitor or going to LdL [R BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWELL'S BARBER SHOP. EVENING NEWS -« &+ ' , MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mrs. Burleson Wilson has re^ turned from Dallas after spe * ing a few day^ with Liston clair's family. MEXIA, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24. 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance Shot loads "Wera house — TONIGHT For Rent; N tage in the;AS town. Con^AjRBANKS water su berth. IN ulE f. KNICKER- The r] to be Iron i meas Thif fice ton AAn Artcraft Picture 7 SEVEN REELS BOCKER BUCKAR00" HANG THE TRACK! GO AHEAD! LETS GO! That's "Doug's" policy! If the trac1 on a bust" or if there's no steam gone Lets go anyway! "Damn the torpedoe; ; > ahead!" "Dour" starts out to do something lV>r some- body in "The Knickerbocker Buckaroo." Doing- it takes him through rip-roarnig A. i/<- ona, into devil-ridden Mexico, in and < of a non-escapable jail. You know! Fairbanks! And the story's as Rood as the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 24 September 1919

• ' f > . i ^IW" EVENING NEWS Published Every Aflernoon Sunday Except FORT & SMITH, Owners ami Publishers Subscription, 50 cents per Month, Strictly lu Advance Entered as second class matter February 26. 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Hates on standing cards. Readers Per line each insertion, 5 cents. Copy for ads must be In office by 11 a. m. Member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is edfclusirely 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. ing the value of the property after it had been destroyed. However this may be, Mr. Herbert's appeal deserves atten- tion, not only because it serves to direct attention to the fact that not only is the Railroad Ad ministration losing at the rate of $400...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 24 September 1919

'*! • V ' -V t OF A LOCAL NATURE People who are in and out of Mexia and 'erything If you have a visitor or going to leave town call 146 or 287. HEART BEATS Mrs. Burleson Wilson has re- turned from Dallas after spend- ing a few day| with Liston Sin- clair's family. Shot Gun Shells, all loads. V. Wolverton & Co. For Rent; Nice four-room cot- tage in the Southern part of town. Connected with gas and water supply.—J. M. Lam- berth. D23-5t. The roads to Cooledge are said to be in very bad shape. For Sale: Good first class Iron safe 18x 24 inches inside measurements, 16 inched deep. This safe can be seen in the of- fice of the Munger Oil & Cot- ton Company in Mexia. See R. A. Parker for the price on same. —H. M. Munger. 5 tf. * Leghorn Cheese at Tid well's Phone 83. Miss Emmie Beeson, of Na- cogdoches, is a guest at the Phil Karner home. For Sale: 130 acres of land between Prairie Grove and La- Salle. 100 acres in cultivation, balance good timber and pasture Large 6 room house and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 24 September 1919

■w/ r '<yirr x;jr , j**: ■<****>'*■••>' ■ At * '"' ' ■ ,V*1 «*.<>*■*#'* '■. V- • «**•* '*• 4 "*'4k "" ; «-®f4 ^ John will have to revUe His plan > DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS HE -5HALL. HAV/~ ) EDUCATION AND IF /*<NYC>N«?- tAN H/XV/f- >= . CHAN Cli "TO -BE t/t= IN Tl+R Hfc t' I iN MUilC AND /SRT AS WEI L A 5 IN At L m& Ml U Vi'ARV 5CIE-NCe.S ' HE 5HA1.U B£ A STA[< I HAVE evt.KNTHlNtV. MAPPC.D OUT >N MV MIND F=oR. t4l-S( <U<\RE^fc£R HE. SHAI-U tvwei,. . £V£RN JPfVR \-r vnitv : world.. tu i CAN. PERHAPS HD,'LL Be mesiPQNT some , cwy; ft id "GOOD HONORED HOLT' SATISFIED SELFISHNESS. CALLS HIGHEST SKILL Men Who Do the Work of Engraving on Bank Notes Must Be R?al Specialists. "Brown • is going to get married again." "Yes, so I hear. He's the kind of a chap who would go to war a sec- ond time." EARLY INFERNAL MACHINE. A powder plot, which sent the lim- ited constabulary of the country searching far and wide for the per- petrator, but without succe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 25 September 1919

If r I". \ ' U' I f- t . * YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWELL'S HARPER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. No. 204. MEXIA, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPT. 25,1919. 50c Per Month In Advance OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT HAROLD LLOYD, in "CHOP SUEY & cor "RAIDER and TIGER'S TRAIL" PATHE NEWS 8 and 9:30 10c and 20c TOMORROW CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in "THE SAVAGE WOMAN" and Christie Comedy CARE OF COT- TON WILL PAY SATURDAY MONROE SALISBURY in "THE SLEEPING LION" But Look Out When he Wakes and Sennett two-reeler MONDAY "THE DELICIOUS LITTLE DEVIL" STRIKE IS YAQUIS GET INVESTIGATED WILL SEE WHY STRIKE WAS NOT POSTPONED Associated Press Report. Washington, Sept. 25.—The investigation of the nationwide Steel strike*by the Senate Labor Committee, which begins today, is called to determine if the sit- uation can be relieved by Federal action. John Fitzpartrick, Chair- man of the workers organization, will present labor's side of the question and their failure to ne- gotiate in order...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 25 September 1919

Blffr f % V EVENING NEWS Published FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publishers Subscription, £0 cents per Strictly in Aclvanct Month, Entered as second class matter February 2tf. 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, March 3, 1S79. under the act ot RATES 11 cime men in Mexia who drive cars that take a pleasure in see- Every Afternoon Except ing how far they can crowd a fel- Sunday low driver off the road. This con- dition is a s deplorable one and should be looked into vigorously by the police. The Parking of cars is another important feature of the new regulations. By going in at an angle of 45 degrees the motorist will be able to easily get out and proceed his way without, inter- ruption. In addition to his dan- ger of colliding with other ve- hicles is greatly diminished. Turning around in the mid- dle of the block hampers traffic and should be avoided. Let the motorist drive on a few feet anc turn with the crowd. This wil be greatly appreciated by all who try to make our city an*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 25 September 1919

-f 4 OF A LOCAL NATURE People who are in and out of Mexia and 'erything If you have a visitor or goin^ to leave town call 146 or 287. Mrs. Dave Murphy was taken to Dallas this morning for an op- eration. Mrs. Murphry has been quite ill for' some time, but the news that she will undergo sur- gical treatment will come as a surprise to her many friends. For Sale: J. D. Rambo home, Prairie Grove. 141 acres of Land 90 acres in cultivation. Balance pasture, fenced, and crossfenced Tank, 3 wells, 2 houses, 1 good barn. Price $30 per acre. Cash $1500, balance easy. Jess Len- don, Mexia, Texas. tf. I am doing hemstitching and household linen work 10c. Mrs. Enloe. ' Mrs. W. W. Cook, President of the Mexia Water, Light and Power Company, is in the city the guest of O. H. Brannon. For Sale: 108 acres of land in Prairie Grove. 60 acres in culti- vation, balance good timber and pasture. Good new house, good large barn and shed. One tank and good well and on public road. Price $60 per acre. Jesse ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 25 September 1919

Under the circumstances, BimpKins will have to be excused w DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS lC^j7T^£ALiz£) IT! cjee' > I MUST OFFER, c TttA N K H (£AVE N S IT WASN'T TWIN5 have, a SMOke ON THE. NEW BABY r- Y whpow. - "wtfoop ' M A IV\Di>Y v HAVE. A iMOKE FATHER' A DADDY. WOW HL9S> ^cig;AR. € i GALVESTON GOT HELP NEAR ACCEPTANCE ^ Associated Press Report. Austin, Texas, Sept. 25.—In a glass case on the wall of the gov- ernor's public reception room in the capital is a silent reminder of an act of generosity in 1900, when Galveston was visited in somewhat the manner of the recent coast storm. It is a silken, embroidered Texas flag made by the women of Austin, carried to New York City by Governor J. D. Sayers, and auctioned for the benefit of Galveston orphans. The successful bidder paid $50,- 000 for the flag and then gave it to the state of Texas. iver oor*c w kn TREATING SEVERED NERVES. When a limb is amputated spe- cial attention has to be paid to the nerves. For these, as Dr. Edr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 26 September 1919

t 1 ■L | f YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING NEWS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXI. NO. 205. "Ke,\a Suxte We received a big lot of boy's suits this week; among the lot are —Big Boys' suits, in the latest belted models—waist seams, and all the latest kinks of fashion, in the stylish browns and grays, sizes 7 to 18 years—priced at $15, $12.50, $11.50, $10, $8.7,5 and 7.50. —Little fellows' suits, in a variety of attractive models, for the boys' size 3 to 7. Priced at $5, $G, $7.50 and up to $10. "E>o^s Boys' pants that stand the wear— that's the kind we feature—pants made of good dependable materials, seams sewed to stay—buttons that won't come off. See the excellent values we show in boys' pants, priced at $2, $2.25, $2.50 and $3. "5>o^s SVvofcs We have the strongest line of boys' shoes this season we have ever shown. They come in tan and black, in the English or wide toe styles. No trouble to get shoes to suit the boys here—we've such a vari...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 26 September 1919

f EVENING NEWS Published Every Sunday FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publishers Subscription. 50 cents per Month, Strictly iu Advance Entered as second class matter February 2S. 1919, at tlie postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879- the economic Life of Germany in- definik'lv at the mercy of a com- Afiernoon Excet.t mission dominated by the United ADVERTISING RATE8 Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Hates on standing cards. Readers Per line each insertion, 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 oi 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. States, Great Britain, France and Italy. This commission was 5ST- TREATY OR NO TREATY Although the Senators have been debating the question of peace for months, in only on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 26 September 1919

— ■H M // +• . * > I OF A LOCAL NATURE People who are in and out of Mexia and 'erything If you have a visitor or going to leave town call 14(i or 287. Doctor* Caruth, formerly of Mexia, has written to friends here telling of his experience in the Corpus Christi storm. Dr. Caruth had his house washed away and was washed away with it and was without aid for twen- ty-six hours. Finally he was res- cued and is safe. All his property in Corpus was lost. For Sale: J. D. Rambo home, Prairie Grove. 141 acres of Land 90 acres in cultivation. Balance pasture, fenced, and crossfenced Tank, 3 wells, 2 houses, 1 good barn. Price $30 per acre. Cash $1500, balance easy. Jess Len- don, Mexia, Texas. tf. W. C. Wilson is spending today in Groesbeck. I am doing hemstitching and household linen work 10c. Mrs. Enloe. Prof. Gordon, of Corsicana, has been elected as the head of the Voice Department of West- minister College, and will take active control sometime this week. For Sale: One good second han...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 26 September 1919

John isn't so much alter ani (HUH!) DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS HA'HA.'A (WELL wlll'2 AH- YOO'KL ' I A PADDY) ^CTHAT'. // VKOL'0 f-ATHi K vvtU. O L.O TO Yl?V'R(-i NOT oNi-y ON£ I -THti LJTT1-& IN THE WORLD'.' <- u.00 u AH NOW Alt. THfc^fc JWODiL i HAVt N' T ANN H INC ON ME I'M RlCHT FHeRE- VNITH rrth'.. RE-ST CHAT '. // PKoUH t ATHJ iR TOO ^XFINE'/ i SEEV 1 I'M A DADDY TOO NOW JOHN. I H Alt ~T HI awfcdBT UlTTUL (C tOO ~ or- "THE.M 1 1 HEART BEATS A sweet little girl With a bit of curl Right in the middle Of her forehead Has asked Beatrice Fairfax To give her the facts About the Art History And Psychology Of Cosmetics. But cosmetics we ween From what we have seen Are popular according To climates. They are somewhat - Like morals And clothes And religious— . , Climatic conditions Rule with an "iron hand." In far away. India Cosmetics are "custom" t In China Milady wears Plain pink and \Vhite Enamel complexion. In Boston it's "vulgar" Social offense—' Bad form— It just isn't done. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 27 September 1919

• "r' YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED TIDWELL'S BARBER SHOP. MEXIA EVENING VOL. XXI. No. 206. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MEXIA. TEXAS SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, 1019. 50c Per Month In Advance I < t \ I adel1na patti dead FAMOUS PRIMA DONNA DIES IN LONDON Associated Press Report. London, Sept. 27.—Adelina Patti, the famous Prima Donna, died today. Mme Adelina Patti reigned for forty years as queen of singers. Her marvelous voice thrilled the greatest contemporaries of her days. The ejder Dumas, the French dramatist, once said to her: "Being a man and a Christian I love to listen to your singing; but if I were a bird I would die of envy." "She had tones so beautiful", said one eminent musical critic, "that they seemed to gush spon- taneously from the very foun- tain-spring of vocal youth." Mme. Patti inherited her tal- ent. "I am a child of the stage," she had said, "being born during an operatic season at Madrid, Spain in 1843. My father Salvatore Patti, a Sicilian, was a good ten- sor sin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 27 September 1919

iJ VEH1HG HEWS ir YOU AMEND— YOU KILL TREATY" Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publishers Subscription, 50 cents per Month, Strictly lu Advance Kntered as second class matter February 2C. 1919, at tlie postofflce at Mexia, Texas, uuder tUo Act of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch, 10 cents. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Per line 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 ul«o the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. WILSON HANDS PLAIN TALK TO THOSE WHO WANT TO REJECT ARTICLE 10. ENMITY IS PRO-GERMAN Wilson had to quit speaking. Maybe his presence in Washing- ton was needed more than in Wichita. The Merchants who have at- tractive windows are the men who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 27 September 1919

+—••— V J ■$ #; JL. 4w I ♦ • II ¥ I OF A LOCAL NATURE People who are in and out of Mexia and 'erything If you have a visitor or going to leave town call 146 or 287. Homer Avery left this morn- ing for Dallas. He will bring Mrs. Avery back from the Baptist Sanitarium where she underwent an operation. Have good seven room house with all conveniences, to rent— want to reserve two rooms.—0. Lewis, R. F. D. 5. Box 20. 27D7 W. R. Stiles, of Corsicana, is in the city. Monroe Salisbury, star of "The Sleeping Lion," a late Uni- versal western release, at the Opera House today, risked his life to ride a mazeppa during one of the thrilling incidents of the picture. Salisbury i-efused to al- low a dummy to be substituted and suffered himself to be lashed to the back of a fear crazed horse for the sensational ride. Despite the short cotton crop, many think that Mexia will re- ceive as many bales of cotton this fall and winter as were re- ceived here last season. For Sale: J. D. Rambo home, Prair...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 27 September 1919

DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS But then John never was a father before I HAVEN' HEARD A Sound f-pr l II --rei- H ' 4 MINU1SE-S.1" do you -BR TH-IN K. - HEfcEV S-R SH1 NOT .SO L~OUP) vou'L-L- AKE, THE. POOR l—I T TL.E. 1 :T l+l N Cr HWRV V=CR Goodness 6AKI ,T vlt^LRvIJC/M TTm M oh ,NukSfc^ W HAT S AH/THAT IS I MUSIC to MV y- matter '&W/m MB I 'Li.11 HEART BEATS Beautiful! Glourious! Idyllic! Spring! And we yawn And smile and Find ourselves consumed With that lovely Feeling of tolerance. For the whole world And folks' weaknesses And we breathe the Fresh air and drink— Drink, drink— The sunshine Sins lose their grossness And become only Half-sins. * But the Stress of Spring fever Wilts waxy spines Perpetual sighing Will kill the trying Spirit And undermine the energy. We And ourselves Wishing for a vacation Wishing for money Wishing for love Wishing for leisure Wishing for fishing tackle And a broad rimmed hat And the open road. Wishing for bright new Clothes as the old ones Lose their st...

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