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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 May 1923

TV 1 ln«t • JWNNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEW£ MAY 81. 1923. !r HI: ''j V ; J IA *• ■i':. W m MP" kV m t ^ . '> 11. FROM WHITE OAK 9 m cigarettes 4 ANIRICAN TOIAfCO CQ ntmmin Winpsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor |1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-clasai mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Night phone 114-Day phone 61 ROGER K. CARLOCK Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director. Prompt and careful attention given to this class of work. Best equipped establishment of this kind in Winnsboro. With Wilkinson Hdw. & Under- taking Co. DR. R. E. WRIGHT Eye, Ear, Nose and throat 711 Wilson Bldg. Dallas, Texas. In office at Winnslx>ro the first Saturday and Friday before in *ach month. 1 SUMMER HEAT j [ •rears down strength and raaistoncs Scott's Emulsion refreshes the system RESTORES VITALITY Health continues gooii. Miss Eftic Lird, v h< was operated...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 May 1923

_ WTNNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS MAY 81, 1928. ■vatori HEMSTITCHING Children and Money Every child should be given a small amount of money from time to time. It is nice to 10,iveB small sum at first; the child will value it quite s much as a larger one. Even with five cents the little people can learn to plan ..lid HHve for special things. Start an Inter- est Account here for the little ones and nelp them to build it up. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas Folmar has returned ilas and El Paso. oitiful line of men's and [oxfords and strap at Big Five. . -Do you appreciate i always get it at Proc- V. Hightower has re- rom a month's visit in The Ice Company put on Sun- day delivery of ice last Sunday, which will save a number of our citizens the tiouble of going to the plant for ice on that day. CofTffee — Maxwell House, Folger's, Elegant, Wamba, Can- over, White Swan and bulk, at Proctor's. are the Jolly Farmers? Ijgh grade, clean, first krchandise at Proctor's. |nd Mrs. George D. Hur- Mr. an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 May 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MAT 31, 19*1. m it.:'. (« m m! •i- U ' * ?'!. P?i:; SAM MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Goods. All Work Gtiarantc NOTICE In Your Plans for a Picnic Let Us Help Drink Salesman for Coco Cola Bottling Co. We Loan Ice Box Free, Give Service Anywhere Soda Water In Bottles Phone or Write Fred Azbell p£?xbaUsr8 1 .... BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Theo. A. Binfora, Pastor. Many showed the effects of spring by failing to show up for services Sunday. We trust that all members of the church will show that interest in the work that their relation to Christ Nvarrants. The attend- ance at Sunday School and preaching was good, but far short of what it has l>een re- cently. There was no service at our church Sunday night on ac- count of the condition of Mrs. Binford. We are glad to report that she is much improved. In this connection we desire to ex- press our profound appreciation for the many kindnesses shown us by all the people during Mrs. Binford's illness. We never...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 May 1923

- * jH.— WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW3 MAY 31. 1923. ENROLLS YOU You Can Now Buy and Pay for a Ford Car out of Your Weekly Earn- ings on the Ford Weekly Purchase Plan Thousands of families are taking advantage of this new way of buying a Ford and will soon be 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. Ford Motor Company Detroit, Michigan Come In and Let Us Give You Full Particulars. Wilcoxson Motor Company Authorized Ford Dealer Winnsboro, Texas Depository for Ford Weekly Purchase Plan Payments T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 May 1923

, tv ,i mk HI i >•-: u. 11 C' V ii, II'; it'- I |w } > I r, imWSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MAY SI, 1923. THE TszsSz. ONE CENT THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 7, 8 and 9 WHAT IS A ONE CENT SALE? It is a wile where you buy an item at the regular price—then another item of the same kind for It. As an illustration: The standard price of Jonteel Combination Cream is 50c. You buy a jar at this price, and by paying lc more or 51c, you Ret two jars, Every article in is sale is a high-class standard piece of merchandise, just the same as we sell you every day at regular prices and have sold you for years. A NEW WAY OF ADVERTISING This sale was developed by the United Drug Co. as an advertising plan. Rather than spend large sums of money in other ways to convince you of the merit of these goods, they are spending it on this sale in permitting us to sell you a full-size package ol high standard merchandise for lc. It costs money to get customers. The loss taken on this sale will be well spent i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 May 1923

jfTTS a L* ... >ffe? sted ma- ent 51c Get Them ;ieaned and Pressed At AX HUT'S Phone • 265 Will call for and deliver Insurance Cooperation MEN this agency takes care of your insurance, you get real service and cooperation. You are kept advised on adequate protection ut ill times. We keep you posted on property values |thu require adjustments of policies to cover these hanging conditions. And to make sure that ,v< Bfto.it, i( agency offers v ■ the .Mar :>al Fire lnsuraft' ■era cent!" v of fair dealing ft A '.(xl;.iy may an urance scrvice is reliable policies iany backed by >ss tomorrow. T.CHBSf ,& MNNSBORO - TEXAS LOSE YOUR JTHI .e wear-' . .< tiav because ; p nvages of PYORRHEA. PYRO-FOUM P*ly discovered scientific W is guaranteed to give Went relief in ary ca:;a of Pj8®- Your druggist will l the purchase price if not entirely satisfied | we results obtained. 1 rexall drug store oro. Texas IF ITS SECOND-HAND Remember Wc Buy — We Sell JENNINGS SALES STORE J. C. JEN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 May 1923

'^SSJvflS! 115' i I h f' | ( • • i N, 1' " 19 fin ' " ■ m ' #•• I i \ 1 i inM $ •?( M' i\ >'' t ■ I"' n fl'V-' 1 • V Bfl | ■i w> M- ■ | m fit • 3k .L;i B 'v JEJfa ■ MPy •' .• /.. M'i t M MM WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MAY 31, 1928. GENUINE OLIVER CULTIVATOR TWISTER > Only $2.95 Gibson Bros. Vinnshoro Texas Humming Bird and Puncture l'roof Hosiery GOOD CLOTHING H. L. Cannaday The Home ol Dependable Shoes Stetson and Keith Hats Dress Shirts and Neckwear Turner Merc. Co. The Best Place in Wood County to Do Your Trading. Plenty of New Goods Live and Let Live Prices Winnsboro Service Station SERVICE FIRST Accessories, Oils and Gas See us for TIRES & TUBES MILLER & DAVIS A Window Fuji of Candy —Liggee's Fine Chocolates in Pound and Half Pound Packages WILL BE GIVEN AWAY to ladies reg- istering here on Trades Day. The Rexall Drug Store Fords Fords Fords Several Fords That Must Be Sold. On This Date From $2.">.00 Up. Wilcoxson Motor Company Federal Tires and Tubes Full Line Au...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 June 1923

itmoboro ccKlji etos. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNK 7, 1923 [htning Kills a Fine Mule Li liveH about L from Winnsboro on the rr0ad, was knocked uncon- fS one "I his mules i% I killed by u stroke of £ng during the nun Moii- Krnoon. Mr. Niell had Eviii* when the rain |r, be unhitched his mule tod it to a snag on a tree 4 had been struck by light- |£ time ago. He got a L of water from a well Ibv ami was watering the Khi'ii u (,f lightning mule and killed it m- Mr. Niell was knock- ^onscious and was caught ■ the falling mule. As- ice was given and a phy- ■ soon had him all right, [guile was valued at $150 till be u pretty hard loss i, Niell as it was needed in jinn work and good mules ante. BURGLARS ENTER 3 MT. VERNON STORES Mount Vernon, June 4.—Bur- glars entered three stores in Mount Vernon Saturday night. J. M. Parchman lost three suit cases ami a quantity of men's furnishing goods. Several suit cases and clothing were taken from Maloney Brothers, and the Crescent Drug Company...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 June 1923

v^'V.. ■ ■ ^thv .TV Wiopsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, BJiter 11.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the poatoffice at NVinnaboro, Texaa, under the act of March S, 1879. Advertising rates made known a application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Night phone 114-Day phone 61 KOGKR K. CARLOCK Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director. Prompt and careful attention given to this class of work. Best equipped establishment of this kind in Winnsboro. With Wilkinson Hdw. & 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. METHODIST CHURCH After Eomry Mmrt WRIGLEYS Chew .your food well, tben use WRIGLEY'S to aid digestion. It also keeps the teeth clean* breath sweet, appetite keen. The Great American Sweittmeal A TO IN lO tlrovt'i Tasteless chill TonU nuvti Energy and Vitality by \vify ng a d Enriching the Blood. When yOB ieel its strengt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 June 1923

WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS JUNK' 7, 1923 ammartin, jeweler Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. CHASSIS A Greater Value than ever before is offered in the Ford Chassis for light delivery service. The new low price puts this convenient, rapid, light-delivery service within reach of every line of business. It not only gives you proved economy of operation, but also the facilities for enlarging your business. An early order is necessary to insure reasonable delivery owing to the demand being the heavest we have ever known A small down payment—convenient easy terms. Ford priest kotn ntvtrbtm u low Ford q—ltfy has novrr bttn to AijA Wilcoxscn Motor Co. Wmnsboro, Texas F.OtB , DETROIT [ Who Do You Want For President I Hidebound political bosses always have niacie capital out <>f Jw assertion that dominating control of the masses by the few is ■ecessarv because it is impossible to pet an expression of the public *'"• l'or this reason alone we urge every man and w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 June 1923

J 'r-i * "I*;-'? WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JUNE 7, 1923 THE ONE CENT SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 7, 8 and 9 WHAT IS A ONE CENT SALE? It is a sale where you buy an item at the regular price—then another item of the same kind for lc. As an illustration: The standard price of Jonteel Combination Cream is 50c. You buy a jar at this price, and by paying lc more or 51c, you pet two jars. Every article in t us sale is a high-class standard piece of merchandiss, just the same as we sell you every day at regular prices and have sold you for yeais. A NEW WAY OF ADVERTISING This sale was developed by the United Drug Co. as an advertising plan. Rather than spend large sum* of money in other ways to convince you of the merit of these goods, they are spending it on this sale in permifting us to sell you a full-size package of high standard merchandise for lc. It costs money to get customers. The loss taken on this sale will he well sp<-nt if the goods please you. PURESTEST ZINC STEARAT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 June 1923

V1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEW* JUNK 7, 1928 TJ5A H I AIR I lieal Ai stid Hi *li for II for< fit etlga ets $1.1 $1.1 othej kit uppll llN SPENT MONEY SI .00 in your Bank Account is worth to you any $10.00 you have spent. Spent money, like past time, comes no' back. The money you keep in an Interest Account at the First National Bank is here for you at any time and while here 'earns Interest. You may regret having spent your money—yon ttill not regret having banked it. Isn't that so? , First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas — SUB-DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE Sulphur Springs District June 9th-13th, 1923. * * t + PROGRAM Evening Session 8:15 J'. M.—Address: "The Task of the Modern Sunday School,"—Conference Superinten- dent, Rev. O. W. Moerner, (Dallas.) Morning Session 9:00—Devotional. 9:15—Training Our S. S. Forces—Rev. W. S. Dab- ney, Winnsboro. 10:00—The Sunday School at Work: (a) The Opening Exercises—O. W. Moerner. (b) Elementary Dept.—Mrs. W. R. Crate, Commerce. (c) Jnt-Senior Dept.—M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 June 1923

jw:t W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWS JUNE 7, 1923 f ;• f; ' Mr si ? 'i fflv;'1 ' iBi, ?],,,• I 1,3 'i ■ ; ! an W > * V 4 3 I ' 'fill Blii Im | !! I i ;r :wii BUY YOUR Extra Trousers - FROM - Chas. Robinson —And spend the Difference i YOUN(J MAN'S MT. ZION A MAN OPPORTUNITY liSP A complete assort- ment in wanted patterns for men and young men. Administratrix Sale Estate of It. N. Robertson, Deceased; Mrs. Lizzie Robert- son. Administratrix, In County Court of Wood County, Texas. Notice is hereby given that 1, Mrs. Lizzie Robertson, adminis- tratrix of the Estate of R. N. Robertson, deceased, under and by virtue of the order of the County Court of Wood County. Texas, will on the 18 day of June, A. D., 1923, at Winnsbo- ro, in said Wood County, sell at public or private sale, accord- ing to the best interest of the estate, for cash, or for part cash and part on credit, the fol- 'owing described property be- longing to said estate, to-\vit, the stock of drugs, drug sun- dries, toilet and propr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 June 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JUNE 7, 1923 ft' • v:- tmcmmBKww1 * * \ By special arrangement with the Dallas News we are able to make the following clubbing offer during the month of June: III We will send the Winnsboro Weekly News and the Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News seven months to the same or Separate addresses. If you are not a subscriber to either of these papers, here is an oppor- tunity to try them out. If you are on the Winnsboro News list and want the Dallas Semi-Weekly News a few months, we can extend your time seven months with our paper. This offer is good for June only. Leave or send all subscriptions to this office and they will have immediate attention. All subscriptions sent to Dallas same day received. No long waits on this clubbing offer to get papers started. WINNSBORO NEWS ' 1 I ■ I I I I ■w' hi !i ' H ; ,

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 June 1923

ws h£ifl liln H r fii fe WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JUNE 7, 1928 The Enterprise T. B. Turner & Son String of Pearls Given Away Free Saturday, June 9, at 4 p. m. Everybody over 15 years has an oppor- tunity. Come to our store Saturday. You may get the Beautiful String of Pearls, solid gold clasp. See them. SPECIALS for SATURDAY 95c SALE-EXTREME VALUES $1.50 Silk Hose, black, brown and white for - 95c $1.95 Silk Hose, odd patterns and sizes, for - 95c $3.50 Imported Beaded Bags for 95c Don't fail to get a beaded bag at this price. $1.50 Gowns, Teds and Underskirts, for - - 95c Aluminum Pitchers and Percolators, for - - 95c $1.50 Worth of Heavy Turkish Towels, for - - 95c $1.50 Package of Dry Goods, for 95c A Clean-Up of 25 Ladies' Hats for - - - - 95c Ladies' $1.95 House Dresses, for 95c Two large tables filled with 95c specials. $10 Silk Dress Sale $3.95 and *4.95 Pretty Voile and Swiss Dresses 20c Ginghams 10c yard. 17c Domestic 13c. 25c and 29c Gingham 19c. 300 ladies', misses' and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 June 1923

IE HHmtoboro i®ccM jXctos. |XIV— WINN8BQRQ, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNK u, 192:1. f! Son of winnsboro boys 0. £• & OFFICERS WAKE GOOD AT A. & M. Winns!*""' o chapter, Or- Merle Morris, Alvis mow- - ■ p . n • —■ Ward Intern Star, met in reg- Cat I Gorman and Mack Shel- nn last Thursday even- ,l,a.Ye rt!turned from A. and jsioniasi in _ m. College where they been attening school number of visitors from I chapters were present. Winnsboro and Quitman have PARIS GROCER (u. INCREASED SCHOOL MAKES CHANCE TAX VOTED FRIDAY The Winnsboro branch of the , .. , ,. „ Paris Grocer Company is in- . Ihe .elect'on held Friday to voicing its stock to the Sul-i d?,?^mine *hether «n increase day , . ioi the and will close its huu.^e here past nine months. Winnsboro Geo. W. Phillips who has been held the installation, at A. and M. should be proud of her youths *hich was conducted 'Leonora McMahan, aa- fdeputy gr«nd matron |jet No. 1, also grand lentative of Utah, and dge Briscoc, past dis- |deputy, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 June 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWftJlTNE 14, im H' m, m ■i: a i < • •• i. ifi i I ViaasWre Weekly News GROCER NOT RESPONSIBLE Agitation against the inde- fensible price of sugar— eape- —— ~ ci.'JU tilt; campaign being wag- $1.2o A Y :"-AR IN ADVANCE e(] j*}y v, t iiien— is helping to (exonerate the grocer from any pail in the orgy of profiteer- ing that lias already taken nearly $100,000,000 from the pockets ol consumers. House wives are leai'iitng throUf'l" "htii investi"? formation that i hem Hint the five tl* jfrocar nn cry litt'e margin filing R. Weir. Editor SutKmi vs >Avr.d< ss mat-. un Vr 24. 1909. at the fxt- \ at VV. .j^oro. Texas, -n. .u-c of March 3. 1870. . •rtiv.r.g rotes made known >">lic i lion. I TBI.ISHKD EVERY FRIDAY Night phone 111--Day phone G. ROGER K. CARLOCK ■,.i<e«s«?d Embnlmer & Funera Director. tt'rt-nipt and careful attentio j^iven to this class of work. fr*erl equipped establishment o this kind in Winnsboro. With Wilkinson Ildw. & Undei takin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 June 1923

AM MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. CHASSIS A Greater Value than ever before is offered in the Ford Chassis for light delivery service. The new low price puts this convenient, rapid, light-delivery service within reach of every line of business. It not only gives you proved economy of operation but also the facilities for enlarging your business. An early order is necessary to insure reasonable delivery owing to the demand being the heavest we have ever known. A small down payment-convenient easy terms. Fmrd print km* MNrtmH Urn Ftrd ruahtf Am mmr km to high Wilcoxson Motor Co. Winnsboro, Texas 235 I \ OUR FLAG FIRST No real American need be told to reverence and respect his flag, No real American evei • ails m showing iv. pcci to tn itars and Stripes. But sometimes a real Arnev- can may fa 1 in respectful reatmenl of lii-; ]!.}•• from lack f knowledge of what he doc« is not respectful. T here is oca >ion to decorate, Thirtieth of Vla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 June 1923

V (V, WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS 1UNE 14, 1923. M M- i • Comfortable Cool Greys $30 Two, three and four button Single Breasted Sack Models Fancy mixed YVorstedR and Sassimei's in the sea- son's new shades of grey. These suits have the soft roll fronts and are excellently tailored from all-wool fabrics. The patterns and shades have been carefully selected by us because of their fitness for summer wear. WILL MAKE SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASH You'll Never Beat Our OXFORDS IN A SUMMER WEIGHT LOW SHOE $3.95 to $6 //*Y- 0 For day in and day out comfort, combined with appearance you'll search long to find an oxford which equals the C'roxton. Soft, yielding leather in black or tan calfskin. Let Us Fit YOU! Turner Mercantile Co. WINNSBORO, TEXAS Administratrix Sale ' V' Estate of II. N. Robertson, Deceased; Mrs. Lizzie Robert- son, Administratrix, In County Court of Wood County, Texas. Notice is hereby given that 1, Mrs. Lizzie Robertson, adminis- tratrix of the Estate of R. N. Rol>ertson, deceased...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 June 1923

►i t ftWrtnrTA ~i WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWE JUNE 14, 1923. / 1 '-1' vimTzTI It Cost You Nothing Whenever you want to open an account—make a temporary or permanent investment—provision for your family—consult about your estate—or any other matter of a< finantial character, we want you to feel entirely free to call at the First National Bank and talk it over with us. Our advice costs you nothing and it may be the means of saving you a great deal of money. , j First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas E|W,t'Y >V7 >'V7 )"/ 'i t i r. Beckham building, June 19. Mrs. Bob Keele •« here from | Dallas. Miss Grace Donaldson is |>ome from C. I. A. Have « big laugh ^ at the |*Womaitless Wedding." Lee Baber was here from Iftdphur Springs Sunday. Howard Bullock of Sulphur ■Springs visited Loraine Ney- I land Sunday. | Merle Morris, Alvls Ward [and Mack Shelton have return- ed from A. & M. A large stock of staples at I best prices. Enterprise. "Can a Woman Love Twice," I with Ethel Clayton. ...

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