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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 August 1923

. - jfi If i5{iJ8 V it t , « T- Iff ? "T 5 m SlW-"' f I I /n.j i . I WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 21, 1128 Wirpsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor 91X6 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-claaa mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texaa, mnder the act of March 3, 1879. Everybody Needs the Telephone WEAK, WBARY WOMEN Advertising rates made knowii •n application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Night phone 114—Day phone 01 ROGER K. CARLOCH Licensed Embulmer & 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. ADVICE TO THE AGED There is no slackening of the public demand for telephone service, apparently either in the cities or in the smaller commun- ities and rural districts. Where- ever a t...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 August 1923

ION N« l®tl Our Customers our aim. Drive in and see if we know service. /e want to serve you in some way. Plenty of cold water. RENT A FORD ]f you haven't, try it once. For mi? trips and extended stays. Special price. Cars are ("ash on Delivery. 'innsboro Service WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST M, lig. llNE RADIO SET IS CC Miller Station Compliment Teachers Wood !A# After due consideration, the teachers of Rain* county decid- ed to meet in joint session with the teachers ol Wood county at yuitman. One inducement loi their decision ,1 am informed, is the opinion that they receiv- ed more common-sense, praeti- c"' 'benefit from the leadership of Mr. Sheppeard and Mrs. Jor- don in the last meeting than from institute leaders in many years. When will we appreciate home talent? I have no pa- tience with the idea that we must look to the East for lead- ers. Some people think that our State University will be ruined if we do not get its pre- sident from some of the East- em Drs. Southern educ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 August 1923

im i ill Hi I u I 1 f ' i lli l '• ■ I g W1NNSBOBO weekly NEWS AUGUST U, 1WS. I BIG SALE STILL OH |[B, , , m—————I—— ■ ——— i The Money Raising Sale Started August 10 Is Still On, But Will Close Soon. It has been very successful and we have sold lots of goods. New goods coming in every few days keep the stock complete so you can buy anything that we advertised in The News a couple of weeks ago at the same prices with the addition of numerous items not then in stock. This sale is not merely a cleanup of summer goods, but consists of Fall and Winter goods which you will need soon and the chances are you will pay con- siderably more later as all kinds of dry goods are advancing as the cotton market goes up. But we are sacrificing- goods in order to raise money to pay our bills which are now coming due. Don't fail to visit this store before the sale closes. Buy your Fall bill now and save money. LITTLE ADS FOR SALE—Fine registered Jersey male for sale. See 1. t- llal brook. BUGS IN THE P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 August 1923

7 Ob fen mh UUini&bora XIV.—no. 49 Wistois. knnsboko schools ™ OPEN next monday ' broiling of pupils will beffin both buildings Monday, Sep- [ber S, at 9 a. m. High teachers will not meet w till Tuesday morning at o'clock. Assignments for va- dnsscs will be posted on tJi boards in the corridor pupils will be expected to It these bulletins and oe ,reti on assignments for ay. Some time during jay Monday pupils must iide themselves with book rs so that all books may be when pupils reach Tuesday. fHigh school students must e classification card before ivn'ng '«>oks. Pupils who irregular in their classifi- ion are urged to come to [fh school building at 8 o'clock that their classification may adjusted before the enroll- it begins. The dassLfica- card Riven to pupils must presented by them as an ad- )n certificate to their re- ve classes. I Pupils will first report to lification committee and to the enrolling committee, id finally to the book commit- to receive books, and no pu- wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 August 1923

usrr so, 1923. WINNSBORO WEEK 'Ml'. 5 2 H RI fc i; • } : bora Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor $1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-clast* mat- tar, September 24, 1909, at the pottoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, ■nder the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising ratea made known id application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY that there should be an almost clean sweep made of the Austin office holding bunch, including a big part of both houses of tht Legislature. State affairs are in a bad mess. Winnsboro still leads East Texas towns in high prices for cotton and cotton seed x No town is ever succeRsfu when the inhabitants indulge to uny extent in criticising and backbiting and fighting each other. Fighting is commend- able, if you expend your prow- ess against a foe who is endeav oring to destroy you, yours, or your country. Criticism is up- n Pniifirrt wii] iifting, when it is directed Senator Thos. G. Pol against the forces of evil. Back- move from Edotn, Van £an biting can be tolerated, if yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 August 1923

vr WINNBBORO WEUKLT NEWS A1 m. ins. Mullinax & Weatherby THE MAN'S SHOP Announce it's fall nhowing of men'H clothing. ^T-7|jfrv: ii W * ;,.-x / * i\l; \ #, , . \ wP . (,* . * \v ✓•••> v W >■'" Vm \ V'V 1'' ■ * . ' I 'tm \ SUITS AND ODD PANTS 1 Pelham suits that are handmudc, guaranteed to fit ind (five service. Regular and Semi-English Models. Half and Full Lined. Prices _ §25 to $30 A good value for anyone wanting real clothing. We guarantee our suits to give satisfaction and we lielieve that we can sell you a« cheap as anyone. Come in and let us show you what we have before you buy. SHIRTS ■ All kinds of shirts: English Broadcloth,i&il sizes. I with your shirt length. Nysylk imported materials. Fast colors. WORK CLOTHES Overalls $1.35 to $l.fi.' Work Shirts $1.00 to $1.50 Hotli Hluc and Khaki Shirts $2.9."> to $5.00 Work (. loves $1.00 to $1.2"> Wool Shirts front $1.9."> to $:i.oo Khaki Pantu .. $1.9i> to $2. !•" NEXT YEAR'S AGRICULTURAL BUILDING RBUhp^ :...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 August 1923

'"WXf'P 'j n fPvi ■ , <■ B - < r " J if if liift in i r . I 1 •!i . I, \ i $ j < ; « " lit 11 . . H .. I rii- J: i •i ii I : ,"a- sf; 1 . { WTNN8BORO WEEKLY ] august so, i 23. . .fi, •> ,,v" THE AUTUMN EXPOSITION Whims of the Mode Dresses that Carry You Back to Crinoline Days With a folurish of many delightful costumes the new season takes the stage. The period of 1880 is reflected in the new modes. Bustles, circular flares, sleeveless- ness and intricate embroideries are out- standing— $19.75, $21.75, $29.75 and up. The Waistline is Out of Argument There will be no more differences of opinion as to whether the dropped or normal waist- line is preferred, for Fashion has pledged herself to no waistline at all and leaves it to your imagination. Beltless is the rule of the new frocks with a bit of fullness inserted at the side. Wraps Go a Straight Slim Beltless Way But It's a strange way that knows no turn- ing and so many coats suddenly flare out below the knees in a circu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 August 1923

3* J n% WTNNSBQRO WBBKLT W1CWB AU< IN MARTIN, JEW st, ins. Father Knows Value of a checking Account when it comes to ling bills. He finds it a« necessary at home as he „ in his business. Were he to carry all the cash fneedecl with him, he'dsioon run into difficulties kind or another. #t that an«le is not the only ad vantage of a Check Account. A check serves as both a receipt and [record of any financial transaction. take Father's advice and open a Checking Ac- nt with us—l/>-day. Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optica! Goods. AJ1 Work Guaranteed. . Men's Fall Suits, Chas. Rob- rnson. Over two hundred Huts to select from. Two shipments from New York for the Special Priee Sale. Exceptional Hats *?;95, *4-95' *5-95' $6.95.— 1 he Enterprise. |i r-. Mrs* Marvin Gregory leaves Friday for Fort Worth to visit Mrs. K. E. Calloway before re- turning to her home in New Or- , leans. Four makers busy. Better garments designed and made es- pecially for you.—The Garment I Shop.—T. B. Turner &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 August 1923

.ft . ;v , v WINNSBORO Iff V 1 H.i >' : Jl; 111 I I t< t w .* i §ti?t | * W a V I I I I V, ? * « AUGUST *>, 1I2S. Y NEWS Here's Good News for the Man who needs a HHlHial Cord .OYALS are the only tires in which you get the benefit of the thijee new U. S. discoveries — Sprayed Rubber—Web Cord and the Flat'Band Method of building a Cord Tire. Made in all sizes 30 x 3 l/t and up. United States Tires are Good Tires Where to buy USJIres Trade Mark T. S. STEED, Winnsboro, Texas A. J. HENRY, Mineola, Texas Local Happenings in Neighboring Towns ALBA From Ileraltl Mrs. Buck Low, who Greenville some weeks m operation, returned L. pittsbuiu; From 'Gazette W. M. Hull has can tied a lot •f l>eef recently and those who lave tried it pronounce it very fine. The meat is canned in several forms at small coat. The successful canning: of beef pro- vides a good means of utilizing low priced live stock. One hundred and twenty-six delegates are in Pittsburg this week attending the Marshall Dis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 August 1923

!*•** WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 30, 1W3. ox it and Varnish Products % Prevent Destruction I at i M i V ' r M fy jE$ P 'M& Aitla , r,ih Vuktilt >1 U*nl V-i B«I oil l t l 4 f««m,l — ,u>oatfc « a *■ Avalanches of Dust— blotting out beauty and value A landalide of gnn>*—never andinf —is swept into tha house with ever/ breath of air—stifling the cleanliness and charm of every room. What a needltsH bli|Hft It can be prevented by painting the walls and ceilings with Devoo Velour Finish. Thm flat wall paint, because it is wmnliable, mnVes possible the con- ■tanl maintenance of the soft, lovely colors of the waUs and the imma- culate beauty of the homa. THE REXALL DRUG STORE REE! FREE! September 8th Will Give Away Free Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Casing ral Cord Casing I wici vi ii* or *10.00 in Cash Ask Us A" out It innsboro Quick Fill l RDII Station l~TEXA~i MAGNOLIA GA 8T SERVICE ALWAYS MODERATE PRICES Ujj ■ Cold in Ow« Day ESf* ®?0M0 QUININE (TablataJ I W Hea<)(i, ha and w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 August 1923

,r- I : f •!. vi s t>f li * [ f;4 1 •b • - 'W WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST M, 1118. m BEING thicker, th« famous Good- year All-Weather Tread carries you farther than other treads. And it car- ries you in greater safety, too. The big tough sharp-edged blocks cut deep and grip tight on any surface.They are the best tire insurance against skidding you can buy. GmaJymr Srrvlc* Station Dmalmm M •«// mnd rl«m- mtnJ nrw G aod year Corde with the heveleti Atl- Weether Tread mnd bach them up mtth ttendard Goodyear Service Winnsboro Service Station ooobMOI Via ^ Aiicr Every M< digestion Soothes Flavor New Fox Special Here To-day The long heralded motion pic- ture version of Georges Ohliet's celebrated novel "Dr. Rameau." which in screen is called My Friend the Devil," will be the featured attraction of the Amu- 8U Theatre for a two days' en- gagement starting today, Thursday. "My Friend the Devil," is a William Fox special production and Charles Richnian, a dramat- ic actor of exception...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 September 1923

XIV.—NO. 50. . judge Frank Morris And Co-Workers. From Texas Christian cate) Advo- Bro. Pritchett, our pastor at secured the services of Morris, his wife and her Cunningham to hold a iting. It is now in ^e' 8ec" week, and the largest con- ations which have ever at- a meeting at Chico are nbling from time to time, attended a service at the Crusher, about half-way teen hero and there, Friday. ®, Briggle, Hie superinten- ,t, a Christian man, recently i Joplin. M<>.. closed the mill >an hour. About sixty men overalls attended. Sister read a piece which hed all hearts. She is a reader, musician and sing- She possesses a great per- llity, cultured face, a deep feritual, penetrating voice jych grips you. Cunningham I a great singer, and he and er Morris are attractive •ers together. Judge Mor- )is in a class to himself. I ife heard Sam .Tones, George Billy Sunday, Moody, (pepper, hut Bro. Morris can ; be accused of aping either, i presents the great message 'the gospel in his own ...

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

it! I I I I 1 It i ifSk * f:j ' 1 £ {, i j v i' • I i «■<) ■ m " Si i ! ftM V. N 30K0 iff mmm • •«* /• methodist (iiiirch Wioasboro Weekly News ■ ■ We're speeia Homer K. Weir, Editor week service u $1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE w® «tuili to the Lphe.sian> Entered as second-clas* mat- we have Hon tar, Septeml>er 24. 1909, at the Wednesday— i po#toffice at Winnsboro, Te M,| Vll, study , t under the set of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ST.= «• $ iVtRY SACH CUARW*t!£ Beweley's Best Hour Thoroughly Satisfies Tin-! <■ art mony so-called Ihv-i flour-—but there Is only one HEW LEY'S BEST and It's sold and guar- anteed by— Campbell's Big Five Velvet, Canton, Satin, Poiret, Wool Dresses mnde to order; a designer and three assistants busy. Let us know your wants. We specialize on Garments for special occasions. One day's notice required.—The Garment Shop—1\ B. Turner & Son. Chas. Robinson, Suits. Men's Fall on the nud- _«sent. I^as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 September 1923

w litaiedq >PM Thtl I tod I i the rint WIN* >ftO WEEK Y NEWS SEPTEMBER 6, 1923. HI yl h«ii Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical * •* Goods. A J1 Work Guaranteed. |t Takes Money To Make Money U f f" nvnn u u „ *y' Born' Sl,"n<Jay< September 2, ,?. _ !re w,,, teach to Mr- anfl Mr*. Marcus Patrick a fine lx>y. th •> W' 'X- • c-M> A T , mhpn von gu forth to invest your hard-earned and ^.stved" dollars you naturally • rfre eager that should earn as much interest for vou as possible |ii(,ut vou I taking iiny unnecessary risks. (fore you let go of a dollar for investment come to Hank for timely and valuable advice. , lonsr experience in banking enables us to more jdtlv discern a good investment and we are always iwd to help our friends in any way we can. filing year. PV11 Su:' ''es Fxa Pan' ^ Newman ' u'.t-n l, ' ' sti'ule pr'' |j an ''*T?ss <*«■ '*T '.*r y(>ar. 'Ti-s I 'oh Now novelties, trimmings, Silks, etc.—The Enterprise. i .'|nd Miss Doris Lindsey, who at- ■ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 September 1923

' WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER 6, 1923. u A if? \ ■V\ 1 ,« • % \> were happily united in marriage by Iiev. H. M. Timmons of Tex- arkana, using the ring cere- mony. Local Happenings in Neighboring owns DAINGERFIELD I At ths home of Mr. and Mrs. From News |E. F. Aldredge on South Mont- Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, isomery.street Tuesday morning E. F. Eden, aged 74 years, died 9 o clock Mr W. W. Sample at his home in the southern of sPur and Mrs-. Ciese Lfuke part of the city. The deceased had been confined to his bed for several months with cancer of the stomach, which brought about his death. , Monday morning at 9 o'clock, Miss Naomi Tidwell and Mr. L. R. Anderson were united in marriage, the ceremony being performed by Kev. J. H. Ma- lone at the home of the bride's parents, J. C. Tidwell and wife, who reside in Cason. The supporting pillars under the city water tank, owned and operated by R. F. Smith in the southern part of town, gave way on Wednesday morning of the past wee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 September 1923

—— I Jere's Good News For Man who needs a Royal Cord ROYALS are the ► only tires in which you get the benefit of the three new U. S. discoveries — Sprayed Rubber—Web Cord and the Flat-Band Method of building a Cord Tire. Made in all sizes 30 x 3Vfe and up. United States Tires are Good Tires gife \treto buy USD res Trade Mark T. S. STEED, Winnsboro, Texas A. J. HENRY, Mineola, Texas _V> INNsilOUO WEEKLY I KW8 SFPTtlMlSER 0, 1923. 'To Have and To Hold" Has Action, IMve, Thrill POST-CRAW FtHM) Mr. Ralph Crawford and Miss Hetty ^Compson and Bert Lyteii Jewel Post were married Satur- * matured in New George day evening at 6:30 o'clock at rltzmauriee Produc.ion the home of the bride's siat r, f' h. Al i • Cam. liter, in this Action, love, suspense, fight ,, city. Th ceremony was p r- "lowing up a ship, a court orgy, formed bj Uev. '.V. S. Dubnry. a bride market, beauty, bio,-il Mr. and Mrs. Crawforrt will be sued, sex interest, comedy, mar- at home in Longbranch after ! VOICE STUDIO op...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 September 1923

.* s. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER 6, 1923. V fol W J JIV I ff' i if ■I i W iK « ■ Hi m: m: n '' kvf '4 M i ,-1 1 jlHI" i.Yfc 111; i 'hf.J 1' I'.f i i ) ! 1 '{J , : IjUl JUST 7;E G:ATY0U WANT - JUST THE PRICE YSU WM? T nW|S V >- All These Fab- rics and More Fall Suits —in Vellona, Duvet de laine Doesette, Vel- d.vne Kasha plaid, flamingo Broadtail, Marcella—most of these handsome fabrics are set off with beautiful furs of: Wolf, viatka sfuirrel, Beaverette Royal blue squirrel and Fox. The short box sty- les are seen in these new fabrics, while the navy poi- ret twills are given the long extremely tailored models— $24.75 $34.75 $44.75 THE FALL SILHOUETTE IS REFLECTED IN THE NEW CORSETS "Be straight up and down if you would be smart" say the fashion dictates of Fall. A first aid and a mighty one is a new Corset. Wrap-arounds are particularly adaptable to *ritr youthful figure. They appeal because they are time- saving as well as comfortable. New laced models are ideal for more f...

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

I ipt and Varnish Products Prevent Destruction UNCLE 5,110 BE ,t!PTKMBER «, 1923. rms lervice " of a failure Ml * W"'"' "> I n-e,A*si «rVernl h.nevoeP lelnt#flof I y|)trM Devi# Mlrtlt t jlMfPMikVarBlahO.vfuHulliind t!n«oi i Collisions By the Thou&mds! Head on colllalona—broadalde colli- •Ions—blunt rdgcd and sharp edged —denting—gouging—aplinttrlng I All through your houae ihara ara chnira accidanially crashing inlrf woodwork — scarring your •base- boards and disfiguring the room. D voe Paint and Varnish ProduMa are shock absorbero. They (end off th craahes from the fibre of the wood and add cheerfulness uv| beauty to tha home. THE HEX FREE! FREE! On September 8th Will Give Away Free Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Casing Federal Cord Casing or Cash out It $10.00 in Ask Us A Winnsboro Quick Fill Station DISPLAYS AT FSB Cov«rnm«nt to Place Exhibit In Agri- cultural Hall. Farmers to Compota. As one of the primary purposes o! the State Fair of Louisiana la to en- couragu the upbuilding ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 September 1923

WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER «, IW8. Ml—. 1 it [■ I |) ■ f m , 1 I •.?' 4 4 k 4: lit; | if r ®8'' i ! i ACKER & SONS Staple and Fancy GROCERIES We Deliver to All Parts of City Circus Coming! Glady* Walton Is Featured Act Amusu—Today 3 To Cure a Cold in One Day OMO QUININE (Tablet*.) It leaderl*- and work* alt lb* *4*oaturt oa eatb bos. Ma. fake I.AXATtVE BHOSI csrtsrawv®; > • Read want ads Tke Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head Because of It* toolc and laxative effect, LAXA- TIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablet*) can be taken by anyone without caUHlnd oervausneu or ringing to the head. E.W.UROVE S «Koatuie on bo* W Read want ads Ten Big Specials For This Week BEST 10c HAIR NETS, DOUBLE MESH— 5c each Limit 2 to a customer ,/ 10c GINGHAM HANDKERCHIEFS'— 5c YOUR CHOICE OF ANY SILK BLOUSE (this week) $4.95 Worth $6.50 to $8.50—New Fall Patterns $2.00 LEATHER, ONE STRAP SLIPPERS— $1.49 $1.50 FASHIONED (THREAD SIIJv LADIES HOSE $1.15 5 YARDS 25c GINGHAM FOR— 95c $1.50 EMBROIDERED FELT ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 September 1923

I' 3K> f- ■ ecKiij ctos. OU XIV^-NO^ 51. 'harmony NEWS MARBURGER-TAY LOK WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTVT TEXAS, Thursday, Sept. 13, 1923. The marriage of Mr. Eddie' iSfe *>d Mis* R^ye! GILLAIRD-ALVIS WEDDING $1.25 PER YEAS From Houston Choriicle MAKE IT NATION WIDE Daily we read of grade cross- I Th«re will be a fair at Mt. I I'" ()t)l IJ'^.nri Mrs. V. R. Calvert Martha laylor took place Wed-' ^ wedding of interest was j"K 'accidents with the inevi- Legone West for their health, home^of to^^bridte's'^mu-ents6 w'^mn'^ 10:36 *** "wVin* di'vi, Rr.and Mrs. Ben_ Anderson Mr. an(| M„ R I^TtSJ .'"nT Lau- ceremonv who n Episcopal Church WHAT YOU CAN DO AND WHAT YOU CANNOT DO Danger of Root-Knot ... o " " I find that the majority of Gat8&SS oWco.S th?. '""J «•"' - ««•«- morning a, Christ 7*35? "X little daughter, Anne Lau- ceremony was performed in the ^Ipi8C1<1)pHlI Churc^ when Mlle- ^'ainf which are in plain sight ies about the new federal game bad with root-knot, community, living ro...

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