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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 May 1923

> • *"t WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS J . ■ MAY 10, 1923 nip i Will ill 1 i « i : t fi MW BMfi H' i fi' Iff life ■ I I* Ml* * | ft I i; i. I mmmumuMmte Free Tube Offer A bijr smashing bargain to sell every car owner Coming right at the start of the season when my cus- tomers need new tires. ONE FAMOUS A IK GAGE Extra heavy red inner tube free with each Clover Leaf or Long Distance Cord Tire. Buy 4 Casings or Tires and I will give y< u 1 inner tubes free in order to get our Guaranteed tubes and tires introduced. Re- member if you buy one tire 1 will give you one inner tube free, or if you buy four tiros 1 will give you four tubes free. This great offer for a limited time only. Car owners must buy within the next thirty days in order to get this free offer. Clover-Leaf Cord Tires Long Distance Cord Tires The finest tire built in America. The tire that fre- quently gives 20,000 to 25,000 miles of service. Built layer upon layer of sturdy cord fabric with a heavy outer wall and thick trea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 May 1923

in ;hen lich [rest best ,k xas Carl in a lends! 'hen :ome Ihase Get Them leaned and Pressed At [AX HITT'S Phone - 265 Will call for and deliver ! "Well! Strong!" tAmnCJow- ol R.F. D. infield, K ns., says: ''I _j |o suffer some months pwlfliwomsnlytroubles, and Unld I was going to get J, Each month I suffered fcmtliead.back and sides—a Idling, nervous feeling. m |o try medicines as I 11 wis.getting worse. I | not leem to find the right ily untilsomeona told me of THANKS The teachers and Civic Lea- gue wish to thank everyone who helped us in any way to make the May Day occasion a success; to thioae who loaned cars and trucks and those who furnished decorations; to R. C. Campbell for ice; Robertson Drug Store for freezing cream; to Paris Grocer Co. for cones, and Dee Williams for hauling. Miss Edmondson, Chairman Teachers. Mrs. II, R. Weir, Pres. Civic League. W1NN8BORQ WEEKLY 1 DANGEROUS FOAMS OF. SPORT Cretans willing t* Tali* Chanoes Both In Their flimtt and lh* Chaaa. Tlir people o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 May 1923

WINNSB0R0 -gge-5 A NEWS MAY 10, 1923 •i l ' , M " "■*" E ENTERPRIHH ... n 14 , . Starts Saturday, May 12th, and Contines to June 1st 9:00 a. m. A***"- ' f To sell quickly special purchases just made. To relieve some departments of met chandise in order to increase our Garment Shop volume. To give values that w 'rt* . J. ' ___ make you a stauncher booster and customer of 1 he Enterprise. Two more buying trips for this sale May sale. New merchandise and new specials added daily. B< thrifty—Buy the Most of the Best for Less. Tell your friends. Be here the opening days and often during May. The Garment Shop I All Cotton and Silks have advanced heavily. This is an opportunity only for a short time to buy at Extreme Low Sale Prices. Never have had such a collection of Millinery, so well made and trimmed; and now prices are the biggest values ever. Take a tip and buy quickly. We offer Service with our Sales as well as Cordial- ity and appreciation. We are glad to assist in design- ing y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 May 1923

k LS IM % tittglw jjV,—NO. 3,r>. . j^~OF COMMERCE wfek mention was Hindu this column that be- ~ Monday, Juno 4th, and tycceediutf f^'st Monday :teri the progressive Winsboi'o through Chamber of Commerce offer apecial inducements _:r various lines to the, fpublic, accordingly these fhave been designated as Monday Trades Days and fifty dollars worth of ■ will be given away. The Lr of Commerce will give on the first trades day, ..five dollars in actual The list of all premiums kon that day together with jes regulating same will tblifhed through this coi- fjext week. Wo are desir- of making these _ trades I what the name implies, lire asking the go.ural jtobring t> town that day king that they might want in the way of horses, cattle, or anything else [they might want to trade, |an attempt will be made igh the Chamber of Com- i to find a buyer. A page giving in detail every ler pertaining to this first day is being prepared [and will he issued from the and distributed the last week...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 May 1923

If, I WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MAY 17, 1923. 11 Is ones AHEAD •r ■■ >r i ine Repairing, Clocks and Optic, Goods. All Work Guaranteed. TlfPJ bud unfold* Into the flower. Tin* wort, lnld in tho clod, flndu Its way to the light. The abort grew wheat Made of K|>rlnic becomes the tall golden aU>m of aunixnw, crowned by many grdliiK. Truth la Hv«r Idle. Trath Is growth; It la progreaa. Toil cannot verve truth nnd rapoee Ton rouat con- tribute aoiuettiiiig to tho world or you are as the dead ril laid away. That which la youra to do cannot done for you. Kach man la his own maker. The •ynly nobility that the world permanently recognlwa 1* that which grows out of iwefulueea. The purple pride of the Caeaara lurka In the velnn of fruit verniers today. Do not truat either your hnjv- ptnem or your plait' in hletory to the deeds of youf fathers. That sturdy bund of Pilgrims who would t not relinquish their coDvictioua would liud but little oootent In your pride In the MovfUttrrr If they real...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 May 1923

WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEW9M " V rrmI AY 10, 1928 ENROLLS YOU You Can Now I>uy and Pay for a Ford Car out of Your Weekly Earn- ings on the Ford We i I! f*. s- y •! - y ' C1 Mk Thousands of families are taking advantage of this new way of buying- a Ford and will soon bo driving theirjown cars, enjoying all the benefits and advan- tages of motor transportation. The Ford Weekly Purchase Plan is amazingly simp- le. You can enroll with an initial payment as low as $5.00. Each week you can add to your first pay- ment—as much or as little as you feel you can af- ford. This money is placed in the bank and draw interest. In a short time your deposits, plus the in- terest paid by the bank, will be sufficient to obtain delivery of the car. Start Today and before you realize it you will be driving your own Ford Car. ilr 1 j SOMi TRIflQ HE WOULDN'T DO «u It On! «4*m th« toniitwr Nm4 Net Inn U KmpHatic Abant H •tintor Hrbert VI. La Follette of Wiitunsin tell. this about s fellow ^•iiutor "Some years...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 May 1923

1 . <>. ;. ? .. .. V- '•# •* H WINNSBORO WEEKLY INEWS MAY 17. 1923. P';t ' I rif It;; ; !i J;t - f 1 \ Come toa Gift Store for Graduation Gifts that endure Of all things—disappoint- ment should never detract from the quality, pleasure or satisfaction of your grad- uation season gifts. If no other reason prompts the decision, comc to a rcc- ognized gift store and make your selection. Remember, the Elgin Watch we deliver to you, and which you in turn present to son, daugh- ter, niece, ncphew,or grand- child on this happy occa- sion, can be absolutely de- pended upon for quality, accuracy and service. FOWLER'S •HARMONY NEWS Winnsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 21, 1900, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1871). Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Health seems fairly good, u. this writing. We had a reasonable week oi • arming weather last week, w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 May 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NBW8 MAY 17, 1928. £tart a Checking Account We shall I* glad to have you open a Check- up Account at the First National Hank. Vy'e can serve you as good as any bank—we hclievo BETTER than most banks. Deposit your ini>ney as soon ok you receive it. Pay •ill bills by check. It is surprising how much faster you can save money in the bank than in the pocket—chiefly because one does write checks except for necessaries. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas Vlack Stauffer at Poat }DOUBLE WEDDING AT Tavern Next Week THE BAPTIST CHURCH Speaking of Mack Stauffer, Brook Mays of Brook Mays & Co., Dallas, says: "Mack Stauf- fer is one of the greatest ex- erts in the piaito business." Aside from the Obenchuin Method, the endorsement of Paul C. Mchlin of Paul G. Meh- in & Sons of New York City, md former president of the Pl- >110 Manufacturers Association. A'ho was much interested in mowing auch talent existed i t the distant State of Texas, and other talents which h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 May 1923

|®vi ■rTi fffftf< i , r Hi; J || ;' t:" If?; IN I I I I 1 1 . , "\; •' '' " v' BH aunH fi.i.>r ;KflNE WTNNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MAY 17, 1923. lillsl \\ m A big smash in a bargain to sell every car owner Coming right at the start of the season when my cus- tomers need new tires. FAMOUS AIR GAGE Extra heavy rid inner tube free with each Clover Leaf or Long Distance Cord Tire. Buy 4 Casings or Tires and I will frive y; u 4 inner tubes free in order to get our Guaranteed tubes and tires introduced. Re- member if you buy one tire I will give you one inner ti'be free, or if vou buy four tires I will give you four tubes free. This great offer for a limited time only. Car owners must buy within the next thirty days in order to get this free offer. Clover-Leaf Cord Tires Long Distance Cord Tires The finest tire built in America. The tire that fre- quently gives 20,000 to 25,000 miles of service. Built layer upon layer of sturdy cord fabric with a heavy outer wall and thick tread of tought ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 May 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MAY 17, G 'at Them leaned and Pressed At [AX Ilk "TPS i>1 Phone - 235 tyjll call for anJ deliver Inactive liver j hare had trouble with ® Ifcactive liver," wrote Mrs. n ■Nichols, ot 4412 Sprncer ^ 1 Houston, Texas. "When ^ Ldget constipated, 1 would pTiight, dizzy feeling in my JS>> Id. To get up in the morning W |a lightness In the head and IS®" rablf feeling is often a sign * ||Die stomach Is out of order. W* this I took Thcdford's Jm tit-Draught, and without a Jj/ can say I have never gjj its equal in any liver ine. It not only elenns fa kiver, but leaves you in such ► nod condition. 1 have used |ltong ttme, when food does I Ktra to set veil, or tho ® his a little sour." If it isn't ! vz, Mor^s] f [it isn't I + LW6 flit- fb ■<> the ta . . j ■ (it the Ch. " * P 'St d- £* - '. n is W9 ITi • . LOSE YOUR TEETH ®ds of people are wear- toe teeth to'' because e ravages of 1-: OIIRHEA. PYRO-FC 'I IjWly discovered scientific iv is guaranteed to give ff...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 May 1923

V Ml W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWS MAY 17, 1928 >■ II fen I ji«- if! Si EKTERPR Now Going On To sell quickly special purchases just made. To relieve some departments of mer. chandise in order to increase our Garment Shop volume. To give values that will make you a stauncher booster and customer of 1 he Enterprise. Two more buying trips for this sale May sale. New merchandise and new specials added daily. Be thrifty—Buy the Most of the Best for Less. Tell your friends. Be here the opening days and often during May. Just Back from Market Again with New Millinery, Silks, Dress Goods and Novelties The Garment Shop f, k* V" Mrs. J. B. Parker, expert designer in charge. Better Garments manufactured in Winns- l)oi*o. Only a few weeks old, but already with a reputation in neighl>oring towns. Garments with individuality, created to your type and measurements. The greatest features are Best Materials, Latest terns and Trimmings, Practically Hand Made for YOU. Too, you buy at manufac- turer's pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 May 1923

<df£ir ' T u /% ,. nmnv/iMA< «,« . u.nzr "1 ■"■'■ - -' • — ettii XIV.—N0- chambeh ok commerce „ Momble interest is al- ?'ijin" manifested in the Monday Trades J June 4th. The Chamber Lnimerce has had many n> £ relative to the premt- to bo given away on the and for the benefit of we are listing here- premiunis und the Z bv which they will be gi v- stated ill previous la- of The News, twenty-five in cash will be given In addition to this the iJer of the vehicle containing , largest number of people ttisttrinj? at the Chamber of Amerce that day will be giv- n a sack of Maud S Flour by iplson - Anderson Wholesale rocery Company. The the rson registering at the amber of Commerce that day im the greatest WjNNSBQRQ, WOOD COUNTY, texas, MAY 24, 1923. ps ^ion ^very °ne nth the nes jllars PRO SLEUTHS RAID GALVESTON STILLS $1.25 PER year J. W. Griggs has been in Gal- veston for over a week assist- ing other enforcement officers in ridding that county of moon- shine stills. Last week w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 May 1923

N. WINNSRORO WEEKLY NEWS MAY 17 108* I h i ft}! if *1® til m WINNSBORO WEE&L*, -tfS MAY 24, 1928 I FT'S GO' CARNES ROLLER RINK LL A U \lv • WINNSBORO, TEXAS The Finest Portable Skating Surface in the South, 50x1 ip Maple Floor, Chicago Fibre Roller Skates. A High-Class Place of Amusement and Recreation for Ladies, Gentle- men and Children. -SESSIONS- MORNING—9:30 to 11 A. M. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. AFTERNOON —2:30 to 4:00 and 4:00 to 5:30. NIGHTS—7:30 to 9:30 P. M. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. FRIDAY and SATURDAY—7:30 to 9:00 & 9:00 to 10:30. PRICES—Admission to skating suface 10c; Skate rental, 15c; total 25c. Only Fibre Roller Skates Allowed on Skating Surface. Piles Cured la 6 to 14 Day* DruiUiat* to ewe Itcl Hie*, can net mooer If PAZO OINTMBHT Ulli , BUni. Bleed In* or Protrudm,! ■relieve* ltchla* Pile*, sod vou Hafter flrat application. Mr. i vitality] H MiMt IIA yiCTAIfff c make no mistake SCOTT'S EMULSION BUILDS STRENGTH To Stop a Cough Q...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 May 1923

' - *' i r if r - - * / WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS v Y 24. 1923. ENROLLS YOU You Can Now Buy and Pay for a Ford Car out of Your Weekly Earn- ings on the Ford Weekly Purchase P Thousands of families are taking advantage of this new way of buying a Ford and will soon be driving their'own cars, enjoying all the benefits and advan- tages of motor transportation. The Ford Weekly Purchase Plan is amazingly simp- le.' You can enroll with an initial payment as low as $5.00. Each week you can add to your first pay- ment—as much or as little as you feel you can af- ford. This money is placed in the bank and draw interest. In a short time your deposits, plus the in- terest paid by the bank, will be sufficient to obtain delivery of the car. Start Today and before you realize it you will be driving your own Ford Car. Ford Motor Company Detroit, Michigan Come In and Let Us Give You Full Particulars. Wilcox$on Motor Authorized Ford Dealer Company Winnsboro, Texas Depository for Ford Weekly Purchase Pla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 May 1923

In ■ ^" I %T 11 ■ ff If m; ■ p. \ IVINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MAY 24, 1923. Winnsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor |1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-clasa mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the pottoffice at WinaabGro, under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Night phone 114--Day phone G1 ROGER K. CAR LOCK Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director. Prompt and careful attention given to this cluss of work. Best equipped establishment o. this kind in Winnsboro. With Wilkinson lldw. & Under- taking Co. DR. R. E. WRIGHT Eye, Ear, Nose and throat 711 Wilson Bldg. Dallas, Texas. In office at Winnsboro the first Saturday and Friday before in each month. drove's Tasteless chill Tonic nttoten vitality «nd nwrty by purHyiii« nn<l cu. riclilutt the blued. You can soon feci lt Streuitb- eelnit. Invlaoratiu# Effect. Pilaa Sft.*. WINNSBORO NEEDS A BRICK PLANT * # * Nearly every town in Texas from a thousand puliation up is yel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 May 1923

<UKniW££Z i" WINNSROHO WEEKLY NEWS MAYJ24, 1928 Teach Them How Boys or g'i'ls' jt not> th°y should be taught how to value? aud handle money. They should never I be all>wed to "charge" things at the stores; that is jchooling of extravagance and debt. Open an Inter- est Account at the First National Bank and teach [hem to save for future needs. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas WfrWjfri/foW iWdiW/fo/ ftil, Jolly Farmers are com- qjphs of New Leghorns, ^Maline, and White mid- ', aWait your inspection. CkI the lowest.—The Enter- Ijlr, and Mrs. Beryl Bolding , visiting in Dallas and Kort lortth. |We have a beautiful line of L Beach Suits in light grey [d stripe at Campbell's Big Bvc. All high grade, clean, fiiit class merchandise at Proctor's. Who are the Jolly Farmers? Born, Tuesday, May 22, to Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Vickers, a fine boy. See the values we are offer- ing in Millinery, Ready-to-Wear Silks, Shoes, Hosiery and Dry Goods.—The Enterprise. Mrs. J. Richard Smith has ret...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 May 1923

ErTv . Ill i r J* s Xyfi > —f- • ■ , '• as. Robinson Cleaners Pressers Dyers I SELL THE "KORREKT" Trousjr 1.x • * tn. ma harmony NEWS Health is very good, and we are glad to report Mr. J"M Mullins is improving from u uudl attack of rheumatism. It is j hoped that he will continue to improve as the weather is get- ting warmer. The f mr-note singing opened promptly at 10 a. m. Sunday, with a large crowd in attend- ance; quite a number coming from a distance, and the old songs of long ago were sung with a zest. It was a great oc- casion. A very interesting item in the day program was pulled off at 12 o'clock when the la- dies opened the well filled bas- kets. and ye scribe was "right there" with his 44's, and in a FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN. short time was at peace with all rpiipy fit input amd awf the was TIIL\ 1 11 UK.111 AND AKL nUi(|e an annual affair. MADE RIGHT. BLUE SERGE,] Miss Mallie Reneau of Cy- press spent last week with Miss WORS TEDS, CASS1MERE,' Floy Stanley of this commun-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 May 1923

\?1 . WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MAY 24, 1928. Get Them leaned and Pressed At HITT'S Phone - 265 [Will call for and deliver e taken Canlul for run- wom-out condition, s and sleeplessness, r« weak, too," say* ! Estes, ol Jennings, r"Cardui did me just lots i much that I gave It i daughter. She com- |iof asoreness in her sides She took three ICC!) St an's Tonic was much bcre, near us, and now ■Mie in town. Pfetty hard, n"! built up, for US. 4 tell weak ■^he medicine •re the strength «iy work." E 95 ELECTION ORDER PSE YOUR TEETH •f people are wear- 9" teeth today because of pyorrhea. PYRO-FORM fI/ discovered scientific I is guaranteed to give rn' in any casa of r: Your druggist will I e Purchase price if 1 not entirely salisfiod r rcsults obtained. HILL DRUG STORE Be it ordered by the Board of Trustees if the Winnsboro Independent School District that an election be held at the Chamber of Commerce in the town of Winnsboro in said Winnsboro Independent School District on the 8th day of June ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 May 1923

; r A • >m■ Ml **'"1 "^r , l*i , WXNNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MAY 24, 1923. n>: I II W r# ' Vi'lii [ IS . I I 'lit' . ' : it. ; 'V 1'ivir; ?!i *> ■ 'S« ■ i lL / j hi 5 • ' . t ,h ■ ;!t( 1,0 || V&'l! .,■* S'" j -.V.'.' jX MARTIN, JEWELER _ Fine Repairing, Clocks and Goods. All Work Guarant $10.°° Silk Dress Friday -r— HeSTORED FISH TO LIFE ru.i I uo [-GRADUATE COURSE SALE \ .4. . • w — and Saturday THIRTY-FIVE DRESSES Will Be Sold For Ten Dollars Garments of Paisley, Canton and Better Taffetas tat sold for $19.75 $22.50 and $25.00. Latest Materials and Designs Alterations Free Some materials in the garments would cost you $14.00. They will be sold quickly for $10 Friday and Saturday. Special Sale of Millinery] It is surprising the bargains we are offering at $1 to $6.75, worth double. Dozens of new patterns just opened. The ENTERPRISE T. B. Turner & Son Herff's a fish storv. And it's true. Mr. Abrahamson'a Explanation for A goldfish was brought back to life | ' P-"«ence Amo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 May 1923

xO- ■ £~ nm>i VSSSCSZZ "«ny.r • T. ( H -v7 JMejcJi t j) r__NO. 37. ,'S TRADES DAY WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, MAY 31. 1923. Ion is called to the ad )a,r, of this iv" llist ol pramiums and Ithe bargains offered by chants to those ( who Wiwwboro on 11 tides Enday, June 4th. Don't O the ad. iwenty- • in cash will be giv tlu; Important Mau Meeting Friday $1.25 PER YEAR JUNE BUGS To The Patrons And Tax Pay- ers of Wimu boro indepen- dent School District. In oruer lor yo' to continue your school another year for the full period ol nine months, of with the proficiency ana in- by the Chamber * besides a number of structive competency tliat is Use premiums by our demanded to maintain the pre-1 to. No one living in sent iSlal,dUrd ot allihation with limits vi he allowed , . . .. ... , , |S in the allotment our State Universities and the preiniu all going to local benefits that you have and liio live in the country, are entitled to receive 1'rom Lrcluu' • ill have spe- this institution o...

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