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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 July 1923

• v- V J> W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWS JULY 19. 1923 ITEffll , >' i i j 'f y- u i MUSLIN UNDERWEAR e lot of Indies Muslin Under- jar, consisting of Gowns and ■tidies, step-ins, Bloomers and r>sts. Made from soft quality 'oss-barred dimity. A oo cial price quoted of OOt his lot embodies high grade uslin in Gowns, Teddies and owners of several soft color- The entire lot is- thrown t for quick sale and offered a Red Tag special at garment 1.29 COLORED GABERDINE Our entire stock of Colored Ga- berdine of nice new qualities, standard width, former prices to 50c, now offered at 29c CHILDREN' SOX One lot of Children's Socks, col- ored tops, all sizes, spe- cially priced at 9c CHECK TISSUES The price quoted here repre- sents only a fraction of their former price. You can hardly believe that these beautiful checked tissues would be *■ Q sold so low - 1 vt MADRAS Extra high quality Madras, many patterns seen in fancy stripes. A Red Tag special that will be welcomed by wo- in men everywhere ...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 July 1923

WINNSBOBO WEEKLY NBWB JULY 19, 1928 / N M MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optica! Goods. All Work Guaranteed. J Happenings in Neighboring Towns prrrsBiw; [from Gazette _ . . minissionei's court s))fned to move to West Texas j.v to receive bids ...l 1 . m of the K*rn- j named Mayor of Como to sue- ceed George Gilpin who „M ^ ^ Stuff at home. 0. —w or these good people were mere- ly exercising t\ •„ not ~ , young man, full of busi-' lagging. But w W1C111 P4* Tnictions the mat- n®*8' w'th 'ots of enterprise [ea,'y did have something bet* r until July 28. ™ mu^e Como a good ter at home than the entries K* Texas Live in^0^ I*AIR WILL HELP F. L. U. OF A. MEETS Hard Surface Roads Tim r~j , . I MINEOLA, AUG. 10 Detriment to Railroads ine writer acted in the ca-' | pacity of judge at three com- To munity, two county, and state fair in 1922." At each of £llttee', a?d members of the Mosquitoes Cause Fever Cuba is free of yellow fever. —' rhflirm1!1,? 1S°H W' R,f Phillips' Recently J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 July 1923

I I — m WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JULY 19, 1928 . - _ IBM I li > Ui . I i ®r;l iiy hi t ■hi m i PELHAM SUITS AND OD DPANTS Our new stock of Pelham Suits will be here for your Fall selection. We will be glad for you to come in mid let un show them to you. We have a Rood line of odd punts that are priced right are sure to fit. We carry Hut trend and Jkon Shoes. They are good, comfortable wearers priced low. (>me in and look over our stock of Davis Caps $1.75 to $2.50 Fergason Colors—All Styles Overalls, $1.35 to .$1.65 Work Shirts, $1.00 to $1.25 m '■i. We handle the Criterion Shirts, all sizes and all styles. You will be sure to like them. All of our merchandise is brand new, and of the best quality. Our store has not been open long, but we will appreciate you giving us a chance to show you our stock. i A REV. H. C. HAND The Revival i*t the Methodist Church will open next Sunday morning, July 22nd, at 11 o'clock. Services each morning nnd evening for the next two weeks. You are mos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 July 1923

6o " sS1: MDMHraw.Wf, VSlCMvt2/)f t SETTLERS reunion |0c i fte Old Settlers Reunion wilt , held in Quitman August 22, | vd 24. The News learns program committee is at securing speakers and at- tions for the occasion and invited Senator Morris, r.ard, Joe Bailey and oth- fSSminent men to make ad- tfCg. 0. Marvin Thomas, i u vice president of tha as- ition, wa« in Quitman a r days ago attending a meet- ; of the executive board, and limed home full of entkus- mfor the success of the Au- reunion. Nothing pleases fin better than to help get picnic and our Quitman nds can rely on him doing i part towards getting up a program and advertising ! reunion. •i 'HARMONY NEWS wnnsbobq, WOOD COUNTY, K. K. SPEAKING AT QUITMAN TONIGHT non Dr. L. E. McEldowney, past- of the Presbyterian church Charleston. W. Va., will de- a public address at the re- grounds in Quitman to- t, on the subject of "Ame- iiism," Dr. McEldowney is to be a veVy forceful speak- and "Americanism" is his rpieee. Everybody invit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 July 1923

.J>¥< WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWft JULY 26, 1928. i REV. G. T. BARNES DEAD From Pittsburg Gazette Pittsburg was bowed in sor- row Wednesday over the death of one of its best-loved citi- j uns, Rev. G. T. Barnes, which occurred at the family resi- dence on Hill Ave Tuesday j night at 11:35. He had been sick but a few weeks and little thought was given lo the ser- iousness of the disease until a few days l>efore his death, when ed it, and his going away leaves a vacancy in the moral influ- ences of the oomumnity that will be hard to fill. Junior League Program Senior Epworth League i the doctors announced his case that rere disease known as sleeping sickness. Jew realized death was so near to this excel- lent man until a few hours be-i fore the final summons. Funeral services were held at the Baptist church Thursday' morning at 10 o'clock by Rev. A. F. Crittendon, assisted by Rev. P. G. Maness. 'l'he church watt filled with sorrowing friends and relatives who came to pay their last...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 July 1923

ttdl Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. prepartion For Opportunity Here in opportunity—it knocks at every door—will ,011 be ready for opportunity when it is ready for you? Preparation for opportunity means success for r0Ui a Rank Account at the First National Bank jg ti,e one, sure, certain preparation for opportunity. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINNSBORO, TEXAS 8 Service Sam j./iVf/ u hWMi-m a .vyy, ^ V' >Vt Vf y i .i VIV^ THE ONLY WAY TO BE SURE THAT YOU WILL NOT HAVE TIBE TROU- BLE ON YOUR TRIP IS TO COME AROUND AND LET US LOOK THEM 'OVER. We will be glad to see that your « .tires arc in first class condition, fed if ♦hejrwflfthake the trip. jUin ne jworth you' time to lake t.hi.« preparation, irH will er.abie you to have a more en- joyable trip. Local Happenings in Neighboring Towns MT. PLEASANT From Hustler Acting Sheriff W. L. Kelley moved the 16 captured stills that have been stored in the co. Jail to the public Bquare yes- terday cut them up and sold ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 July 1923

HTCNNSBORO WEEKLY NEWB JULY Hj'V.I | !; | SI?® II' t :i ' m % ' 5 : i i " i I 'I If' ' . S fiUr Hii f W To the Top of the World and Back HY MISS BLANCHE BROCK Come with me and you may I looked like the fat lady in have a peek into my diary, the show when the guide strt^)- And you promise you won't be ped my pack around my waist too critical of grammatical con- ready for the hike to Sunset struction if I let you peek? All Camp and 1 imagined I felt like right, then you may. a much-misused donkey with As James Whitcomb Riley al- my weight and step climb be- ways said when referring to fore 1 hacf. gone ft third of the his age, "I'm this side of thir-, three miles. Mountain climbing ty," and at this late date, I'm you know, is recommended for now seeing the Kocky Moun-j taking off or putting on fat tains, a thrill of a lilt' time. To I'm sure I didn't put on any use ology and you you haven't seen the Kockies s, a thrill of a lite time, io mi sure l aian i put, on any. the mountaineer's...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 July 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWte —————— Way to Own a ONK-TON TRUCK Here is a chance for you to get started toward greater profits—or to build up a business of your own—and it costs only $5 to make the start. Everywhere, Ford One-ton Trucks and Light Delivery Cars are saving more than this every year for their users. So, as soon Myour truck starts running it will quickly take care of the purchase price and add new profits as well. It will widen the area in which you can do business, enlarge the number of customers you can serve—and keep your delivery costs down to the lowest point. Start now toward the ownership of a Ford Truck or Light Delivery Cat—use the fjfy&WlU/UgSluN&aie&iatv OO Under the terms of this ,7* Plan, we deposit this Enrolls money in a local bank at You interest. Each week you add a little more — this also draws interest. And in a short time the truck is yours to use. Come in and let us give you full particulars. Wilcoxson Motor Co. Wianaboro, Texas J Winosboro Wee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 July 1923

- 1 '' ! I • > itii ®F-i ' :? M 1 1 • i i Enl '' I i * 77- ,, i t hi *■: ?*j# > WINNSBORO WDSKLY NOT** JOLY M, 1923. ^kG ' <s FURTHER_REPUCTION Unflinchingly We Have,.Cut Prices Down to Lo< Levels on'[ All Odds and Ends and'l Broken 1 That HaveJ:Accumulated in the_ RED TAG SALE LOWER PRICES * Now Prevail in All PERKINS STORES NEW LOW PRICES Now in Effect NEW LOW PRICES NOW PREVAIL AT ALL PERKINS STORES; IN MANY INSTANCES GOODS ARE MARKED BELOW THE MANU- FACTURER'S COST. RADICAL REDUCTIONS ARE PLACED ON ALL ODDS AND ENDS AND LINES THAT ARE BROKEN—HUND- REDS OF ITEMS THAT SPACE FORBIDS ijlSTING ARE HERE AT PRICES BELOW THE ORIGINAL RED TAG SALE PRICE. BerhituB XCOMF>ATSt^; The Final Demonstration PERKINS' RED Till ■ SALE Ben / KkS 9-4 Pepperell iee&u 47c Men's Union . Suits 'A HIGH QUALITY V NAINSOOK / 48c 0ddS ar\o^d°ut \V*ca\ Beginning Friday Morning] July 27th All Perkins Stores will with the final drive to odds and ends, broken lots lines to be discontinued. Tho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 July 1923

i — g -• I | universal custow that benefits ewry- kody- Aids digestion, cleanses the leefli, r soothes the throat. EYS PERSONAL and OTHERWISE Chaa. Hobinson, dry cleaning. Mr . N. H. Spearman and Mia* Mina are visiting in Pitta- burg and Gilmer, WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEW* Chas. Robinson, dry cleulng, I P. N. Thomas and W. P. Law ! rence of Quitman were in thef city Monday. 1923. THE. IVOR .ASTS itij " ] is ISECOND-HAND Remember We Sell JIGS SALES STORE INNINGS, Manager I Door to Hurdle |176 Winnsboro "n«lutt's Pills doM utanijiri th« Invalid, immrdiat. relief, rcfuUtiag band digestive organ*, inducing I" [lots Tho fen liand |t had (tore fflj Iw wit ho 0 D DIGESTION 'Inactive t Liver hive ible with _ . :u Mrs. L V<!2 Spencer ? "VViken m . I would P ! • rwf .. '«•, (jk: rooming H^-^esJd aj U * '«•!■ c,%ften a sign ^ of order. IU I took Itieilfoni's •Draught, ana wilium a tin ffly f have never ll* «jual in any liver It nol only cleans Ipr, but leaves you in such 1 condition. I have used ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 July 1923

. r ni i * i jY M, IMS. . LH OMMMMUMHM Go to Campbell's Big Five for Leudingh&us amd John Deere wagont John Deere Buggies. The best line of harness of,! ail kinds, and at prices that are right. !!3* INtfL Hardware, Stoves of all kinds, Automo- bile tires and tubes. HIGH GRADE GOODS AT LOW^PRICES FURNITURE, COFFINSJand CASKETS, DRY GOODS GROCERIES,]Etc. Jfl f | ' " y . > Your trade is appreciated. Always make our # store your headquarters when in Winnsboro. time mis FOR SALE—Good mower and rake. See Will Gorman. • mm i n i ALWAYS 20 FOR RENT—Residence on Elm street. See J. D. Garrett. FOR SALE—Small farm 1 1-4 11 riles from Winnsboro on Jim Hogg highway. Weil improved and terraced. Plenty of good water. Also a few registered Jerseys. If interested see or write Miller Mitchell, Winnsbo- ro, Texas. FOR RENT—Roogis on South Main Street, one block from de- pot; upstairs or down, bath and sewer connections. See A. A. Lindsey. FOR SALE—6 room frame house in good condition and outbui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 August 1923

T&u %UVi%h®t0 jf^NO- 4«. _s==_=s=3ai^^ Labor Union and Business Men's Get-Together Picnic at Winnsboro August 14th -r0 is to have a picnic and professioal men, laboring J dinner Tuesday, Au- people of all classes, in fact a under the auspices of hearty welcome will be given all Labor Union, in co-by the Farm Lal>or Union and r '"1 the citizens of Winnsboro. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 2, 19211 New Kid at the Swimming Hole Ot with the Citizens of This was definitely ,t a meeting held in jibei oi Commerce |Jt TueBiiay mornng. nlaiis were being made harvest jubilee it was ttion of the commiueu . to set aside one day lv tor the members of Labor Union, turning An for that day over and leaving to them of speakers. As • implied, the day's af- , Intended as a courtesy farm population, bring- together with people irge Get Together Picnic Rights Concession rights for the Get-Together picnic to be held in Winnsboro Tuesday, August 14, will be sold to the highest bidder in fron...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 August 1923

ai -•tftfJNkJl'Ji WINNSBORO NEWS AUGUST 2, 1928 — ———g j ■1 II I i !• 'v ; |JH , |4«' V- * (, • l I ■iaastat Weekly News R. Wtir, KdiWr A YEAR IN ADVANCE ■katered u gecond-clM* mat- .jk, September 24, 1909, at the ^Mtfo/fice at Winnsboro, Texaa, the act of March 8, 1879. .Advertising rates made known application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY yfeulUy Show Gets Backing A uill was made through last vticck's News for a meeting of Urns members of the Poultry as- .'4Kution in the Chamber of ONomerce rooms next Satur The call also included any Nftrfc* are not members of the as- mrintinn but who are interested tjm taiaing better poultry to at- At the meeting Saturday will be made for the No- show. This is an un tertaking that receives more vge«BTal support from the peo- ple of this territory than any- tluaag of a similar nature. A jwenic may be suggested but (Che community is divided as to Ae benefit to be derived and tifcere is always someone to fbMdk. The same may be said of trades days, dollar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 August 1923

■ I" ■ „ WINN8B0RQ WEEKLY NBWft AUGUST 2,1928 - - - I MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. A Checking Account Have you a Checking Account at the First National Rank'' Are you a person of some means—a business J"an__;, clerk?... You have all kinds of trouble keeping vour accounts straight—don't you I^ots of able men ;rf not Kkillcd in keeping \accounts. If you deposit Jour money as it comes to hand and pay bills by check OU will find many of-your present troubles vanish. Our bookkeepers look after this matter for vou—you know at any time exactly what has been banked here —exactly what has been drawn out. We give you a jfcf+mcnt at any time. It costs you nothing to carry i Checking Account here. f|RST NATIONAL BANK WINNSBORO, TEXAS , MBIBBSKX! Local Happenings in Neighboring Towns ——- ttraj wor "Alptft t't * heaJeche from ftm- mini my rep down 10 h&hl om that Holey Jan." "Told you, el J lop, to met d 'SURE-PIT', ume mi Tdij. Il'i nmforuble...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 August 1923

NEWS AUGUST 2, 1928 PRINTING YOU'LL NEED FOR FALL Order Now and Have It When You Need It In a few weeksr_Fall business will start, and from present? indicationsj[[it will be considerably better than either of the two past years. When you get busy you don't want to be delayed doing things that can be attended to beforehand. 2 * ;v,( ' V ' . ■. .. , •• ' •• m One of things you can attend to now is the stationery and printing jobs you will need. Give us your orders now and we can do the work during the dull days of this month and have it ready for dr-fj livery September 1st. Already several of our customers have given us orders they usually place with us in September and October. Most of these have been printed and delivered. Don't wait until you need printing before ordering it. We may be tied up on a job for some other person, and also rush jobs are not often done right. ' baptist church Theo. A. Binford, Pastor. The pastor spent two fruitful and happy weeks in a small West Texas Chu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 August 1923

•Kill *™*8B0R0 WEEKLY NBWB AUGUST 2,1928 To Serve Our Customers jg our aim. Drive in and see if we know service. We want to serve you in some way. Plenty of cold water. RENT A FORD If you haven't, try it once. For long trips and extended stays. Special price. Cars are Cash on Delivery. Winnsboro Service S Station J. C. Davis PERSONAL and OTHERWISE EST Mrs. M. B. Cunningham and daughter are visiting in St. Jo for several weeks. Mrs. J. \y. Corley and daughter, Joyce, returned from Chicago Saturday night. Miss Edith Turner has re- turned to Pickton after several days visit with Mrs. J. E. Pat- rick. Misses IxsoU and Willie Campbell arrived home Monday night from the University of Colorado. Beautiful Jonteel Vanity cas- es given away.—The Rexall Drug Store. Chas. Robinson, Clothing. Miss Doris Lindsey wa« tanxtr from Commerce last week If you are not trading at Proctors you are .not getting the best service or merchandise. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gist were here Sunday from Sulphur Springs. B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 August 1923

X iii WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 2, 1928 I I PREPARE TO MAKE MONEY C Farmer-Labor Senator from Minnesota / I Handling Cotton This Year Ma 1,11 u Johnson. Minnesota's now "dirt-farm"' Senator, takes f hlf- tout and exiles hi# gallowses when he has a message to get acroHK. Insert plioto is of Mra. Johnson who thinks she will stuy on the farm with their bIx children when her husband goes to Washington to take hi* ««>t In the Senate nt the next sebuiou of Congress. Where Is the Leisure of Yester- Having no other choice, hav- day? injf gotten this protest off our • chests, we might as well return Man cannot live on bread to our job of putting on the done. He needs butter and right front hub cap in the mov- ant and steak, gasoline, per- ing Ford line that is the true , . , , svnibol of our machine civihza- lume and spats, safety pins, But l)efore we take our vrist watches and radio sets, place in |jne> iet us try to deter- golf ImiIIs, B. V. Ds., floor wax, niine whether our hub c...

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

es It Easier to^Bi ^ ^ Whole Ramify Participate OO Enrolls You \c j For as little as $5.00 you can start J toward the ownership of a Ford ^ Car under the terms of the Ford Weekly Purchase Plan. This enables you to become a Ford Owner out of your weekly earnings. Your money is deposited in the bank and draws interest. What easier way could there be? The whole family can par- ticipate. You'll be surprised how quickly the car will be yours. Come in! Get full particulars! i I Wilcoxsin Motor Co. Winnsboro, Texas St rip«nnij Influenxa jUl^INK Tablets remove llycue "Bromo Qulaiaa." u box. 30c. Piles Cured la 6 fe 14 Days Vnuubu refund Imm> If PAZO OINTMENT falls <0 cure Itch lad. Blind. Weeding or Protrodlnj Piles Inataotly ttUmrai Itching Pile*, and rou out get reethii aleep after flrU appAcaiioo Mr iiiwi iiin H iiiixiou* to acquire if wit:.-s. i;\ i inutlable ambition , , thing*. . . . This ;!>tlc with a life of V white m !• i! Hpof yor robe with 0-wiH'ar,. , ,|ie ;j |,u,|(| jP...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 August 1923

IS Extra Specials $1.50 Heavy Cups & Saucers $1.00 $150 Heavy Plates . . $1.00 s $3.00 Large Roasters . . . 95c $1.50 Alluminum Percolators . 95c 95c 95c $! 50 Guaranteed P'k't Knives $1.00 |MjB|jli95c BUY NOW TRIP TO SOUTHWEST} TEXAS KONNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 2, 1023 $1.50 Alluminum Pitchars flllier Alluminum Specials 25c, 50c, $i .00 Hen's Shirts Hardware specails in Knives, Forks, Spoons, Files, Hammers, Hinges Bolts of all kinds. Wash Tubs, Boards, Axe Hand- les, etc. Toilet Articles, School supplies, Notions, etc. Specials — Extra Specials — at "The Variety Store" PERFECT HEALTH Pall* k*«p tk« •r>t m In ptrftcl •W. R«tuUt« th* bowoU and produc* A VIGOROUS BODY A Mvcralin remedy for tick hsadacho. TmWs Pills Leaving home about 9:80 Sunday morning, July 1, we, Carl Sutherland, VV. M., Carey and Felix Carnes, arrived in Dallas in the afternoon. We did pot make a rush trip to our destination and it took us about three days. The hotels looked too good and we did not use ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 August 1923

vO 7 (Ay / tr-xl MJiintsbjOf a HJrrMu —-NO. 17 V7nvT;~_r — .xiv.- g, gHELTON dead uoffvie Shelton, wife of y Shelton, died at the 'residence in this eity morning at 3:30 FIRST BALE OF COTTON BRINGS 30c I he first bale of cotton to ar- 'sday morning at a:w hau^'hw°, ""t 8t>T,n Funeral service will be , '?uled to town Tuesday. : thl, Methodist Church, e bal° was jrrown liV ,f Thursday, afternoon, at it 3:30. On account of go- m NNSB0R0> W00D COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 9, 1923 press early yesterday ming The News is unable to l more extended notice of and death of this good but will do so in our t issue. E. C. MITCHELL ..«u.Cu w town luesday. bale was grown by Mrs. R. i-ulmer and was soid at auc- tion to B. F.' Campbell at 30c. A r_ was given by the citizens of the town through the Chamber of Commerce, making the cotton bring 35c per pound. The bale weighed 509 pounds and brought Mrs. Fulirier $177.00, not counting the seed. The second bale was brought t in Tuesday by M. B. Howell of r...

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