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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 2 May 1913

(Eaj&fce VotAtttt t riDlX) MU.I.S, HUNT 001'NTV, YKXAS, KUUUY, MAY k\ im NUMIIKR m We Want Yon to Try "Liquid Veneer" Oa your dusting cloth and see the remarkable work it will do. You can dust, clean and polish all once. Go over your piano, furni- ture, picture frames, white enam- eled surfaces, brass bed steads, or any Surface you want renewed, polished, cleaned or dusted. Tennis Shoes A full line of Tennis Shoes for men, women and children at from to 85c. Local Happening! 0* R Stownson ant! tiro. L Vanclavt visited Dallas Tuesday, T, VV. Grueham of Morit is [visiting his daughter, Mrs. T. F, I Met'arty and family this week, i I ; j Arthur lielmes, of Neola i« a, I new barber at Swinnoy's harbor | shop, Ho in a nephew of Mrs. Swioney. School Boa'd Election Tommorrow there will bo an election held hero to elect four now members whoso timo has expired, This la nn imp rtant matter to nil tho people of our 1 school district and it should | rocieve your careful consider- ation Messr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 2 May 1913

r t< e* *1 f s" iv iUa jXVtUtt The BiipUtU W«re G *cct I 'ac« r. :.r •< i.v'i.v "H.!ny. torn In Establishing Free- dom of Speech cvmonj The Churches. U. HI VS1 Mitov *>ul !\ Ni.*ht>r th<* postof'lcc at Caddo Mills, l>xas as wcomi class mail jTVSi.tef Now ;trt, VMK < . C<>i*gres March 4, pruscRtntoN One,\o:u' Six months TRJ.KPHONR 55 60c Oaooo Texas jVloney in Poultry Raising In Hunt Co unfy. The poultry industry of Hunt County is assuming large pro- portions and the hen is contri hitting her share toward lii'tin the mortgages and swelling the hank a.'counts of farmers of thi; county. The Federal Censu; Reports, which contain data :*'athrred in the spring of 1910, show a total of 215,121 fowls, valued at $71,830 on the farms of this county. CThe annual poultry production of 1909 wa* )]59.MC head of fowls and 1,029,- ;M <Wan eggs which had combined value of $291,263 ac- c >rding to the report. Poultry raising in Hunt County, wheiOaroperly conducted can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 2 May 1913

rnrnmm Vi.-'Vi 9] V" - " ■ — ii i i Tn n i j> uaNPH ai.-.vj«inWfW "l"1 , Tiir* wi t vta Suits Made to Measure ! i So come in to day and let us take your measure. per- fect fits guaranteed, Cleaning, Piessing, Altering and Reparing of all Kinds Ladies' Work a Specialty ALL WORK GUARANTEED ' union HILL NOTES ————• ■' H * - J . «•" ti ii mi i Mhii i miwininBi—Hi iii«MlliiHili1 Phone 72 -fr- E. E. COOK, Taflor sjaaiataEanaas How Faint The £rst cost of a good job of paint—Devoe—is $50 (avorag.; pjoyd size, of course!) The first cost of a second or third or fourth rate job, $55 to $100. The wear is like wise. The better you paint, of course, the Additional Locals. Borden Graham spsnt Satur- day and Sunday, with friends in Miss Anna Rothenburg of Greenville spent Sunday at home. Mrs. J. L. S. Cooper visited longer it wears. And the more!her daughter Mrs. Lipsey, in you pay for your job, the shorter J Greenville this week. Mrs. W. Ray Coffey has been quite sick for several days but is im...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 2 May 1913

|*v ,i*T,'y * Mmlm §§EB|&fi PLEASE DON'T READ THIS In order to furnish my trade with a perfectly sat- isfactory way of doing business, have made arrange- ments with the factory to get all the goods 1 can sell this year, and if you need anything in my line and have not got the money, come to see me, I can make this arrangement wsth you all 0. K, Don't forget that I meet any and all honest com- petition—no one excepted in this statement. Why Can I Do This? For this reason, I pay no rent, do the worK myself, see! Will give you a definite measure of value in fur- niture. I will appreciate your trade. STEVENSON, The Furniture Hendrix News. (Too .Late For Last Week.) Health is about as usual now. Miss Alpha Ki Hough spent the evening," with Miss Jeffie Rose Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Waddle of Greenville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Spradling. Relatives of Mrs. Miers have been visiting her. Mrs. Cox and son of Quiulan are visiting her son, Elmer Cox. . There was a large crowd ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 9 May 1913

) V 1 « ■S < % VOLUME 4 CADDO MILLS, HUNT COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 9, 1913 NUMBER £4 © New White Dresses Just, Arrived For Children and Misses to size 18 at prices from 50c to - - 3.50 Every one a bargain. «r vr • •roan jrwiv^n-.TTArt«rrT j mm n*>mr m: mm ■ MMvf rnrwmiimoi ■ <Mi«rnm-9aMEn«r,.t i w« i.r«m«tSNUMajui\rtMUMW.N O We will have some special prices on some groceries for Saturday, Trade Day Gome and find out. Local Happenings Eferi Sandlin, of Dallas, visited his dous'n, W. M. Self, here first of the week. Jim Greenwood of Fort Worth visited L. T. Johnson kere this week. How about a new matting on your floor, 14 to SOc. See Stev- •nion the furniture man. L. T. Johnson was a business visitor to Greenville, Wednes- day. Last Monday H. G. Stevenson shipped to Dallas a hog weigh- ing 5S!) pounds. Th''s specimen of the feline tribe is one of the best ever seen in this section and Mr. Stevenson knows how to raise them. Messrs Clarence Lee, Jimie I Haven, Otto Lewis, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 9 May 1913

warn** iMwWMiBpiwiWj Willi I ■l—MMW— ciMHCVMff b : r \ 1 kX* CB v-' ' iXitc «iT iiliSo i^UUs S&iuiis! Baptist as Missionaries in Published Every Friday. | Foreign Lands. L. R. HURST Editor and Publisher Entered the postoffice at Caddo Miils, Texas as second class mail matter Nov. 30, 1009, under act of Congress March 3,1879. SUBSCRIPTION One year $1.00 Six months 50c telephone 55 Caddo Mills, Texas Considerable improvement has been going on over town i'or some time toward beautify- ing the town. Mr. Bonheur. the show man, here last Thurs- day remarked that it is very Seldom he goes into a town that the residences have so good an appssavancs, that thay are paint- bid up and that the town has a p'.v>3p3?ou3 oatloolc. All we like is incorporation, #vvith good- city officers and we have a beautiful town. It sounds more like business on our side of town since the new shop has started. Some people thought we would mafee a roar because a shop was com- ing next door, but we hate been...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 9 May 1913

m n i ii ii it ■ in in ■ mi——uiiwiiiii ■ BB I Qwi a.ira ranis Made to Measure / ka CsSatiJ''L7 Any Sample in My Line to measure Pressing, Cleaning, Altering and Repairing Suits Pressed, 33c. Pants, 15c. ri he Above Prices are Subject to Time. TWJ iinawiv . *•' wrtr^MaJtrnuvr.-1a. -.KJ U.TI*-'.MkfULiVV^CJ JSZ. Ai-uL^s.. syi<£ The ray Less and Dreys Better" Let a Real Tailor Do Your Pressing r. tfb, m Dc". $f<kv. t, IV,• .4^:. i H< reminds me ot 1 11 such a thing could | cared in an isnt: pijsarasraras. smspmwms s ez® Most Prompt and Effectual Cure for Bad Colds. When you have a bad cold you want a remedy that will not only give relief, but effect a prompt and permanent cure, a remedy that is pleasant to take, a remedy that contains injurious. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets all these requirements. It a^ts on nature'3 plan, relieves the lungs, aids expectorations, ©pens the secretions ana restores the §yatem to a healthy condi- tion. This remedy has a 'X'orld wide sale and u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 9 May 1913

i:\y I:; 1 Pv''p§" mwffi u BLACKSMITHING |T is not customary for blacksmiths to run large advertisements to let the people know that they are in business, because their work alone is advertising, but I take this m«thcd of extending to the people of this section my appreciation for their past liberal patronage, and shall add from time to time, to my already well equipped shop, more tools and machinery to do all the work that will come to my place for miles around. I have plenty of room to take care of all work and will hire more blacksmiths as the work demands it, ar d I am going to make my shop headquarter* for the largest blaeksmithing business in this part of the state. With best wishes, I am, Youra for business, W. J. BOYLE, - - The Blacksmith See me when garden or job ploying to do. Clifford Smith. On account of some trouble with Mexicans Mr. Hanna was relieved of the section here by the Katy roadmaster. Mr. Hanna has been here about two years and has made friends that Will be s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 16 May 1913

' o << I 0) o o O t C \ ; ■1 •: •;"■$ a - *L/ $' VOLUME 4 iiuiji. "■■■■ CADDO MILLS, HUNT COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 1G. 1913 NUMBER 25 New White Dresses Just Arrived For Children and Misses to size 18 at prices from 50c to - - 3.50 Every one a bargain. We will have some special prices on some groceries for ' Saturday, Trade Day Come and find out. P' "V' ... ■ >• ■«' •• - f " A * We have Charcoal now. Local Happenings Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drake and son Dwight visited Mr. and. Mrs., W. V. Tiner at first of the we«k. Lone Oak Mrs. W. C. Drake, ©f Green- ville underwent an operation for appendicitis first f the week and has been in a critical condi- tion. Many relatives from here have been up this week to see her and report her condition as favorable. We thoaght to publish a pro- gram of next weeks rc.nmence- ment exercises at the school house, but were not able to ob- tain it. The J^ews publishes a very timely and appropriate article this week, written by Rev. Huckabee upon the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 16 May 1913

r, t>< I .V I . k ** ^^.f*w1GREAt POPULARITY CONTEST TO BE EN AUGUR ATED MAY 16 * L. R. HURST Editor and Publisher Entered the postoffloe at Caddo'The New. Will Give Away Handsome Piano and Other Mills, Texas as second class mail i p.;,.. f-.t Off*™ Snhuidid Onnortumties to matter Nov. 30, li)09, under act of Congress March 3,1870. Prizes. Contest Offers Splendid Opportunities to Ladies of Caddo Mills and Vicinity SUBSCRIPTION One year $1.00 Six months. 50c TELEPHONE*. 55 "J i". > .'* " ■' 1 W 1 Jaddo Mills, Texas The Choice of Teachers I am very vitally interested in the kind of teachers which are to be chosen for the schools in arid around Caddo Mills. They can either be the preachers best helpers or worst hinderera. If they do not render a positive senri«e to the church life of a community, they are a positive hinderance. The parent has the first and grsatsst opportunity with a child. Inheritancies and first impres- sions concerning the things of life are given by the pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 16 May 1913

v: '"ST I r o • • w- LOOK! LOOK!! Goat and Pants Made to Measure $12.50 Any Sample in My Line Pants to Measure $5.00 Pl easing, Cleaning, Altering and Repairing Suits Pressed, 35c. Pants, 15c. The Above Prices are Subject to Time. ■own* mu aw— Phone 72 E. E. COOK, SL "Pay Lees and Dress Better" Let a Real Tailor Do Your Pressing ass gflem B '* guga Cure for Stomach Disorders Disorders of the stomach may be avoided by the use of Cham- berlain's Tablets. Many very remarkable cures have been ef- fected by these tablets. Sold by all dealers. ARE YOUR FLOORS BOV PROOF 1 Campbell's Varnish Stain Will make them so. It is also good for all kinds of Fleers, Furniture & Woodwork Easy to app!y.^'l3 colors M*e!® by Carpenter-Morton Co., Qoaton BROOM HOLDER FREE , Protest this Coupon at dealer's rtoie and re- wire one of the Campbell Broom Holownree FOR SALE BY Save your laundry for Frank Bass, representing National Steam Laundry of Sherman. Will appreciate your patronage. All Silk Ribbon 4 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 16 May 1913

n: , a Hi 1 TC'i.'ir i M,^ wiWfl d®MI ■ i, . I mSW1' • ngp^ ill kHR| It-'s mm i % * pj$'- '.:" m pfeK: BSPJ T!" BLACKSMITHING IT is not customary for blacksmiths to run large • advertisements to let the people know that they are in business, because their work alone is advertising, but I take this method of extending to the people of this section my appreciation fof their past liberal patronage, and shall add from time to time, to my already well equipped shop, more tools and machinery to do all the work that will come to my place for miles around, I have plenty of room to take care of all work and will hire more blacksmiths as the work demands it, and I am going to make my ^hop headquarters for the largest blaeksmithing business in this part of tjie state. With best wishes, I am, Yours for business, W. J. BOYLE, - ■ The Blacksmith '.I I III I 1111 WW Wll —IT'l !■ II HI | UNION HILL NOTES Most every one are busy chop- ping cotton. Mr. Bob White and children find Dan Bearding have th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 6 June 1913

o Q) O o / i^ratu Mil ^ Jfr* /*** X ^ti 3 ' 0J jr VOLUME 4 nonraivMi CADDO MILLS, HUNT COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNK (?. 1913 Local Happenings JUST RECEIVED A big lot of Men's and Ladies' Sl Summer Underwear; drummers Saaples. We are making some special prices. A lot of it is ex- tra good grade; don't miss this. M<«v"'r.Rvr' •• nvvwrwowiiiw w vw.x wuwBiwnnw Silk Socks i HALLMARK: S H I R.T s Wear ihem and cast your vote against the old priccs. HALLMARK SHIRTS are pm-A Silk more than the value yon expect at The Merc has it, or will get it, i A 850 aires farm was sold in i Clinton this weak, bringing- $125 p?r aere. I Ham Foster was a business visitor to Greenville Wcdnoebsy. C. W. Necley lm just had the : measles but he said didn't have : time to fro 1o bed. His grain I erop needed his attention. . Just received a car of Peace ; Maker Flour. A. Fasjg. II E. L. Foster has sold hin lot on Joshua street next to Leini^ Boyle, to H. E. Grifi'is who ex pects to build on it soon j Ifyoa wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 6 June 1913

InMyKjfttfMK V A ; ' ; f i? i I * I if II Li ■ ft I ; f I II "• INTEREST GROWING DAILY I j. R. HURST Editor and Publisher v m • 1 " • ✓"* 1 ln ^ Great Fnze voting Contest In- Entered the pobtoffice at Caddo .11 .1 tvt Mills, Texan as second class mail aUgUrated foy th© INeWS matter Nov. 30, 1909, under act of Oeigres:* March o, 1879. „ MANY W0RKING F0R piano and other prizes subscription; , One year* $1.00 j nix months f>0c | , r- Many Inquiries are Received Daily About Voting, Work- telepiione 5.J j -* J « 'iv — j ing allcj Getting K2w Subscriptions Caddo Mills. - - - Tsamsj For The New. -J!! 1 . I Union Hill Items. The candidates and others in- terested ia the News Voting Contest will soon have the oppor- Mr3. Patty Neil is right sick!tunity of seeing the piano whieh at this writing. is to be given to the lady having rn. , ... ., . the largest number of votes. The The men are busy cutting their - , J ° ( omnnnu rvr whr.m grain. Mr. Will Henderson, of Aleo; Mr. Dud Milam, of Ple...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 6 June 1913

r;«z ^ v mamtassx * •• NOMINATING BLANK Popular Voting Contest .1013 r I hereby nominate or sug^tst tke name of Address : . As a lady worthy to become a condidate in your Popular Voting' Contest. I present this name with the distinct un- derstanding and agreement that the editor shall not divulge my name. This do«s not obligate me in any way whatever. Si^Hid. Address. Kuyke ridall-Jchnclcn • !« mniiii Mini ww "" ■! in mm HUT Jotted Down. BY GARY We are pleased to sae Briscoe evenson with us again, and call special attention to the very latest hair cut (Doe, get busy.) Charlie sai y he feels sure dat de Liberty nuver thaw Rockwall. i*ot any further > I Nave you heard the Phono- graph at The Eexall. Adlai per- forms nicely on it. la that correct Charlie? Sho. Flat Joh*son nays (fingers crossed) "W# are the City's leading tailors. We b«g to call attention to the City Blood*, Dutch, Ponto. Doe, Jimcnie, Harl, etal tliafc society here seema to Iks oa the wane, set baay, or lack out fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 6 June 1913

1 4 Y ABSOLUTELY FREE! Get one of my practical premiums $3.50 value, upon the following conditions, when you trade at my store in cash. Trade $ 5. pay only $1.35 Trade $20. pay only 75c " 10. " " 1.15 " 25. " " 50c " 15. " 41 1.00 i Any one of our premiums absolutely free with % $35.00 cash purchase. Ask fos punch card. SPECIAL on Art Squares, Rugs and Mattres3«s this week. Call and see. S T E V E N S O N, The Furniture Man North Hendrax. Health is not so good at. present, little J. B. Jones is on the sick list this week. A good shower would be a great help to crops as people are just about up with their fanning. Oat cutting is the go now. Mrs. Dr. Bowman spent Wed- nesday even'ing with Mrs. Bose Bailey. W. F. Weatherford went to Greenville on business Saturday. Mr. Dixon Massay was with the Yeemen people Friday night. The Yeoman meet tho second and fourth Friday night in each month. Quite a number of Hendrix people went to a cream supper at Oscar Nelson'o Friday night. All reported...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 13 June 1913

■"%>MMMt U|^i i i o VQ^T3 V R 4 * CADDO MILLS, HUNT COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 13, 1913 NUMBfeR 2<> JUST RECEIVED ♦ A big lot of 'Men's and Ladies' Summer Underwear; drummers , tuples. We are making sonie special prices. A lot of it is ex- a good .grade; donH miss this. £ H I 1SLT S Wear them ant) east .your rote jj a^inst the old prices. HALLMARK SHIRTS are more than the value you expect at $1,00, $1.50 wad upward They are the kind of shirts you should wear at the price you want to pay. You will remain a HALLMARK enthusiast for die rest of your life. Come in and see them. Silk Socks A lot of -Mens Pure Silk Sox at.. 25c Local Happenings Henry Grimes was in * Dallas last week on business. L. T. Johnston was in Dallas Sunday to hear Pastor Russell, of New York preach his new doctrine. ' Miss L. A. Webb, of Floyd was the guest of Mrs. Dillard Graham Tuesday. She is teach- ing music at that place. Dr. Welch is sporting a boil on the end of his nose this week. He days he has h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 13 June 1913

—rrryr mmm yr <*1 m ■ Si ©is u,. $hc "tfttax mil* Sfcuts Published Every Friday. L. R HURST Editor and Publisher nmmmi* m . i i mm M J . J . L - ' ■ ■■■ - ■ " Bnt-'red the postoffice at Caddo Mill*. Texas as second class mail matter Nov. 80, 1909, underact of Congress March 3,1879. Special Bonus Offer • , , It Holds good until the first count on Monday, June 24th, when votes will be counted June 24, and $10 gold piece will be given lady with most votes. SUBSCRIPTION One year $1.00 Six months 50c telephone 55 '3 ad do Mills, Texas Inspection Knterurban Work. " '" Tho News is in receipt of alet- ifccr from Ralph Wade, industrial $lgent for the Eastern Texas Traction Co , in which he sends a copy of two inspection reports, jne from a committee of Green- villf- people and one from Caddo Mills, which gives you a more definite idea of the work ac- complished: Following is the report from Cfid'.lo Mil's: Caddo Mills, Texas. June 7th 1913, Mr. L. E. Birdsong, Treasurer, Eastern Texas Tra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 13 June 1913

r < o NOMINATING BLANK Popular Voting Contest .1913 I hereby nominate or surest the name of Address.. .. As a lady worthy to beeeme a eondidate in your Popular Voting Contest. I present this name with the distinct un- derstanding and agreement that the editor shall not divulge ray name. This does not obligate me in any nay whatever. Signed Address. * GREENVILLE DISTRICT | CONFERENCE CLOSED —i n- jr.-' umiiww 'i II \ ywt^inHiyjiw Jotted Down. BY GARY >f i 0 W Clarence has a SUIT. Speaking of clothes, Jimmic Grewell travels j uat a little bit with those fancy cuff pants. Jesse is here. Flat is still in the tailoring business, VERY still: ^ Absense makes the heart grow fonder—Recent returns makes barber and pressing business good. Joe Bass^ is now studying Webster for a new name fo^ pickle peppers. En-sack-lo-pe-dfi-raan? Sho. Wanted—A cook. See Gog. Jim Vel'vin says awfial glad to see the rain, but longs for the Detroiter cushion. 0 3 1 9 Chamberlam's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Caddo Mills News — 13 June 1913

0 h 1 |i } I r V * i ! ii I < j • i .LLL'.'U- B-U".*<il! "WW ABSOLUTELY FREE! Get one of my practical premiums $3.50 value, ,upon the following conditions, when you trade at my store in cash. Trade $ 5. " 10. " 15. pay only $1.35 " 44 1.15 " 1.00 Trade $20. pay only 75c " 25. *« " 50e Any one of our premiums absolutely fret with s $85.00 cash purchase. Ask fos punch card. SPECIAL on Art Squares, Rugs and Mattresses this week. Call and see. STEVENSON, The Furniture Man PBESSaaZ Kodak Finishing We do kodak finishing for the amateur. Send us your films and give us ,a trial, special attention given to all work. George Morris, at the News Office. To Parents. I will be glad to tcach Jfour children'girls, and boys, from the seventh grade upward. Hours 8:30 to 1:00. It has been impossible for mo to see each patron personally, but if you send your children to me I will make every possible effort foroheir advancement. Jean Wrenn. Misses Jean Wrenn and Floy 'Dugan have opened a private s...

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