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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 March 1924

1 C'shty Music Schools - for Poor in the V. S. Sine* Hie fuitntlfnrf of the ttr*t mh« c •rlux | vttierront :* yenr \ a|p, Uk nioteiut-ni liu« mi auiiv*%iui ih.it tU-re arc now SO auch xhixilt in ilie country. se\rn of the mIumiIm are .« Now York dtjr ami tune reoeni l.v tiNnited together as the Assorhit.on o Mtuiic School Seitlement*. Their iilm U to brtnx the Itmuit and the Milne* of fine music Into lives that are mora or leaa dreary. In a dtj like New York are ninny j*ung people wb*s* lives are lieiniiied U> bf bard neoes-.it>; young f lk. to wliciu healthful joy is lar;el> denied; to «ho«u an ei|ierience audi. for ex- ample. as a day in the country seemt aluio.it a myth. Theae young |>eople in ennaldenible nuiulM-rs turn luatinctlvt* ly to uiuslc as the only avuiliiMo menus to suilsfy the craving of the wjilril for Iwtter things. They lack Ilia money to go lo hear u good orchest n« ir to buy a phonograph or a radio a^t. All they have In their hands and their voices. Y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 March 1924

>*% % ♦VINN8BORQ WEEKLY NEWS MMtCH 6, 1924. fa*t from RA.$ItOW$"HtJWTm6 DI6 6AI1E - AFRICA" " A UNIVERSAL PICTURE • iV. A UNIVERSAL PH.TUKC < ioi.i and 14th flit id NevV; ) U •veekly News t u nt.ft oemi-Weekly *r for $2.00. v make The Evolution of the Balloon Tire 1916 m The fir«t step in the develop- ment of the present Balloon type tire was made by Gen- eral in 1916 when the originnl Jumbo 30 x 3^*j tire wos brought out. Thig tire was 19% over-size—very thin con- struction and excessively large air chamber—features which ore merely magnified in the Balloon type tire of today. Thus it is found that even at that early date General was building tires according to present - day Balloon prin- ciples. This tire pointed the way and set the pace for the development of the Balloon idea. 1919 The next step forward was the Jumbo 30x3^6 Cord originated by General in 1919. General again led the field and emphasised the pos- sibilities of low air pressure— only 30 lb*, of air pressure re-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 March 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY % 1924. /HY COMPENSATION IS A JUST DEB1 The base pay of the enlisted len in the military service "> lie World War was $o0 a lonth. From this, in the ma the iisoal year ending June : is $..o(vooo,ooo. 3. Great Britain is paying Lei debt to America at the rat of $160,000,000 a year. Andrew W. Mellon, secretary of the treasury, has stated tha taxes can not l>e reduced if the ority of cases, was deducted adjusted compensation bill is 15 for allotment to dependents1 Many nd $6.50 for insurance, leaving balance of $8.50 of actual lonthly remnueration for the statement. The result is that the public mind has been mislead. These — — ,-iare the fundamental mathemn- aost hazardous work on earth. | llcs 0f ^e situation. Mr. Mel- Jut of this small sum, more j(,n has shown how economics of han 80 per cent of the men in $323,000,000 in the cost of gov- nifomi bought Liberty Hond*i ei'iiiticnt may be affected. The n the instalment plan. At the ame time, ordinary unskilled or...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 March 1924

anew 1 have In under- ffUO> ;hildren and Money V6ry child should be given a small amount of money oni time to time. It is nice to give a small sum at rgt ; the child will value it quite as much as a larger Be Even with five cents the little people can leam , plan and save for special things. Start an Interest [ccount here for the little ones and help them to jilrf it up. IRST F NATIONAL jmsioRO, ... . BANK TEXJI8 With the lueen icubator vone wants big hatches, [the Queen will deliver Besides being wonder- [ well constructed, in the materials and workmanship, 0 embodies the most scientific 1 of artificial incubation. i is doubly insulated. First there are double walls of California Red- | forming a dead air space. Second, corrugated strawboard is used between den walls. Proper insulation adda considerable expense to the malm- s' cost, but it is an absolute requirement of a good Incubator. ueen is the only Incubator that carries out the double Redwood wall con- Mon all around, and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 March 1924

iaTtSffl I" iF^'MtKvli.?r ' ■ WINNSBORO WBBKLY NEWS MARCH 7. 1924. t- IT'S HERE A HIGH BROW BREACH OF PROMISE Carnegie Library Friday, March 7th IIm popular songs. t Its lots of fun. Its good music. Its a good play. Its a high school benefit. Its a black face comedy. Its crazy. Its 10c and 25c. You can't miss seeing the season's hit in a blackface comedy. Come on, get the grouch off your face. Don't be blue. It's all in life. Throw a quarter to winds and laugh for two hours. CARNEGIE LIBRARY 7:20 P. M. ADMISSION—10c and 25c GASOLINE There has been some complaints of bad gasoline in this territory. USE TEXACO gasoline and oil and save that trouble. Try it your- self and be convinced. Dealers everywhere. The fol- lowing dealers handle Texaco Gasoline exclusively: ORMSBY & JACKSON Winnsboro 11. F. TAYLOR Pleasant Grove BLACK & LILES Oak Grove J. H. SQflGE East Point POGUE LUMBER CO Peach V. D. BYRON Perryvilie CONNOR-CAMPBELL LUMBER CO Winnsboro C. E. CAIN Quitman We also furni...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 March 1924

PROCTOR BROTHERS We ON MAIN STREET, JUST SOUTH OF PICTURE SHOW The Best Place in Winnsboro to Do Yo jr Spring Buying. Have Full Stock of Dry Goods and Groceries at AH Times DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS! Ginghams The Best Cheviots at 26-inch Fast Colored Percales Pure Linon Dress Goods Printed Cotton Crepes . Dotted Swiss, all colors Allover Embroidered Voile . House Dresses, Fast Colors Men's Dress Shirts Good Blue Work Shirts • . The Best Blue Overalls Men's, Women's and Children's Hose, 15c from 1?; tu 3-rc 20c $1.25 $1.50 from 98c 19c 75c 40c 50c to $1.95 to $2.00 to $2.50 90c . $1.45 to $2.50 GROCERIES 4 po .ii s No. 6 Peaberry Coffee 3-pound can Maxwell House Coffee . 25-pound can Folger Golden Gate Coffee 8-pound bucket Shortening 10 pounds Cane Sugar 12 pounds Full Head Rice . 1 gallon Cooking Oil . 5 gallons Kerosene Oil . 1 gallon Apple Vinegar .... Wrapped Oxford Bacon Belle of Veanon Flour . $1.00 1.19 1.19 1.35 1.00 1.00 1.00 70c 40c 18c All our Stock is New and Clean and you wi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 March 1924

You've Never Seen Any- thing Like It Before- You Never Will Again The Death Charge of the Two-Horned Rhino So Near Death as to Singe their Eyebrows! Fearfully Fat, Fruitfully Fearless A THRIIXING MOTION PICTURE OF MAN'S TWO YEARS' BATTLE WITH THE MOST FEROCIOUS BEASTS OF THE AFRICAN JUNGLE WITH GUN -*- CAMERA^ v" kv jst — f Two Years of Adventure Squeezed Into Two Hours of Thrills! SEE A devastating stampede of trumpeting elephants charging the camera. SEE A ferocious leopard hurl itself at the dauntless picture-hunters. SEE An enraged rhinoceros charge'headlong into the eye of the camera. SEE A savage batth of a troop of elephants in the crutir of an extinct volcano. SEE the warthog—the Pansy Ilonehead of the Forest— the charge headlonir into the Ford with unexpected results—and for once the Ford isn't rattle. SEE hundreds of marvelous Inipala, in their flight, actu- ally leaping over the highest trees. SEE a man-eating lioness, disturbed with her cubs, caught in a ten-foot closeup...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 March 1924

r > « j i' '. «<< Wk :• t. m'i 'i*«, XJV.-NO. 24. R WOODS FOR b> representative l-r^the Voters of the 34th lepresentative District of lex 'in announcing my candidacj L Ueprcsentutive of tins Dis- JL I feel it my duty to sa, a rMJV) 1 . 4 *tiw%inr* ir\ mV- i wants a farm news ad get 1 near winnsboro WINNSBORO, WOOD COPWT ., TEXAS. MARCH 13. 1921. #1.25 PER YEAB THE BUSINESS W. G. Shook of Greenville harmony news When a d an ad in Fort°' """ " driving " "ew was in the city one day the The News we do not promise f n • . past week and made our office anything but good seivice in th< 18 home from a visit. He likes the Winnsboro Winhsboro trade territory. Ou j v .J; * country and in order to keep circulation is principally eonliri- , Aantnus Banks was posted on what is doing here or- «d to this section but a largo m *rida.V t'11 Sunuay. home poll tax paid notice delinquent AND EXEMPTIONS TAX PAYE^h The following is the number The city of Winnsboro and tl,i°a"1 eX':mpt,lon8 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 March 1924

winnsboro weekly news march 13, 1m4. ; it'll; ; '>■ Sideache Backache "I hav# bean uktaf Car- ■ <hil, lays Mrs. LilUa Bolton, •f Lake ProridtMt, La. "I ■ Kdown In bad health and in weight until I only milhtd 130 pound*. I had ■ bad palna ia my aidaa and back and my Ufa bort ma an til I couldaT walk. I ■ / atayexl In bad half the tiro*. ■ I triad all kind# of.madidna, ■ bat it did ma aa good. ■ Finally I triad ■ iGARDUl: Tin Woman's Tonic "It aaama Ilka It did ma good from the vary Ant After I had taken half a bottle I no- ticed an improvement. I con- tinued its use and I got bet- tar an! better. The pains in my legs and sides disap- peared and I began to gain m weight until now I weigh 168 pounds acd feel better than I trrtr did in my lift. I am perfectly well and strong. I hare given it te my girls, too." Cardui has relieved many kinds of pains and distress- lag symptoms caused by fe- male trouble. It should help I you, too, In the same way. Why not give it a fair trial T I ■...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 March 1924

WINNSBORO, 13, im. SOME KNOCKOUT PRICES For a short time on Hi?h Ciasf, Guaran- | teed Farm Implements. Would mention our— 10-inch St Plow for $18.00 12-inch St< 1 Plow for 21.00 14-inch Middle Breaker, eit« t chilled or steel for $18.00 Walking Cultivators that never failed to please a customer for $35.00. We sell Walking Planters, $15 to $27.50, Riding Planters $50 and Section Harrow for $20. In fact we have a most com- plete line of merchandise with big bar- gains in the various departments. Great Loads of Dry Goods Now Arriving Campbell's Big Five BECOMES WEALTHY BY RAISING CATNIP Long Itlandtr Raitet Fam- ily on Profitt From Crop*, Many fhfrc- arc who know the cat* nip limn of 1'addy'a market, now past threescore amj (,.ni au exchange aaya. He Itu* a aniik fortune and a house out on Long Island becuuse tie knows how to ester to cat aristocracy. Mont per- • ■one tlilnk catnip In Just catnip, Juat } as there were certain one* In oldeo days who i|K)ke of "opening wine." There a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 March 1924

iYNEWS MARCH IS, 192^ Winnsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor IL26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-clas* mat- Mr, September 24, 1909, at the to* toff ice at Winnsboro, Texas, mder the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known A application. Published Every Thursday IF ITS SECOND-HAND Remember We Buy — We Sell JENNINGS SALES STORE J. C. JENNINGS, Manager Opposite Quick Fill Station Phone 176 Winnsboro Buy it in Winnsboro. WINNSBO Labor Saving Appliances PURE FOOD SHOW March 20, 21, 22 Visit the Electrical Booth of the East Texas Public Service Co. STRAIGHTEN THAT BENT No need to sutler W tiled, dead ache in you? that lameness, those diL urinary disorders. win, k people have found how ? relief. Follow this u?i resident's example. Mrs. J. W. Sellers Mill a says: "My kidneys got ® order. I was run down 2 not have energy or *5' My back was weak and mv l neys acted irregularly i , of Doan's Pills and used i, getting them at Bennv'n n. Co. They helped me fflS" and 1 soon f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 March 1924

ou are Safe !? ;gsi -V\" il" •> | v<r •*>< - • ' * - i v ' /•'/ fhen you buy your Base- tall Supplies from us. Come in and see what we lave. Samples of Suits. All other goods in stock. igist & sons Winnsboro, Texas Do you know- your fire risks ( Do you know all the possible starting places for fire liglu in your own home It may break out in the most, unexpected spot in spite of all carefulness. Care only lulps to prevent fire—it does not repay you if yoit■* home burns. Fir> insurance indemnifies for fire loss. The test of tim; has proven the sound value of the policies of the Han ford Fro Insurance Company sold by this agency. J. T. GIBSON & CO. f1 M tlr.hitunl Constipation Cured in 14 to 21 Days « "LAX-FUS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- prepared SyrupTonic-Laxative for Habitual Constipation. It relieves promptly but should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days to induce regular action. It Stimulates and Regulars. «> Very Pleasant to Take. *V0c per bottle. 'he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 March 1924

•f if 'x-i'l II '«it ■ i u i, .nd, with your assistance, make it the Greatest a! ion (ter ^osnble to put this sale over in good i c<*3 js bargains to our customers. Jr> n.si Viluss suprene on every counter, in every shelf. ,v,.ir tad throughout the sale and cooperate with us in : i. <; aast mean satisfaction or your money refunded, I am going to put my personal effort into tii; can Sale of our history. J t. * We have considered thoroughly securing th best fashion; then, again, we decided to give that ; cpens I will personally conduct every feature of 3ii«--an I personally invite you to visit our store tna o >enii making this a Big Drive for Bi^JBusiruss. f,£v ;ry p WE MUST SELL FOR CASH. This will be a mightyJdemonitratio i of extra >rdina,-/ i > v prices. Don't miss any part of it. This will not bea reduction, or a]sale of oils and e lis, bitji Jam ui,m t > increase sales beyond any former records. -- We have carefully plannedjand made spajiil purcimes w' Nvi w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 March 1924

E GREATEST! SALE EVER •STARTS SATURDAY, MARCH 15th AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. •V 'H'V'JW :: ig Hour Sales,,March 15 From lO to 12 o'clock , Ten Cent Sale of dry goods; hsiery; children's felt um' toilet articles; notions and novelties.-—Hundreds of [Gingham, percales and light weight shirtings worth 15c „ yard, opening wile price — 10c per yard 135c beads and jewelry novelties for 10c : toilet articles for 10c iTs felt house ^hoes, size four to eight, sold Christmas for i| — — 10c per pair [of other exceptional values for 10c i Cent Sale should cause you to leave everything Saturday lorninp and be with us promptly at TEN O'CLOCK. f wwww First 133 jGrown-upsjEnterinj Qur StDre on Saturday, March 15 o'clock, will be given sealed envelopSJ IVsntyfiva of these will call for some- worthwhile, FREE! There wiU be Dollar Bills, pieces of Silver, Hosiery, etc. The fin your envelope will tell your luck. BE HERE! M 0 o #♦♦♦♦>«❖•:* )resses Will Be Sold for $10.00 Each , . ----- - VVVVTTVV.^ Open...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 March 1924

B1 I INNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 13, 1924^ LUMBER We carry one of the most com- plete stocks of Lumber in North- east Texas and can fill your bill all the way through, no matter whether you intend building a barn or a fine residence. See us and our stock before you buy any- thing in the Lumber line. Scroggin-Drummond Lumber Co. FILM AND RECORD MUSEUM PLANNED London Institution Where Future Can Viow Us. !f 1 his Old Love Letter Was "the Real Thing Tin mun't mothar had « «' ***** ? w'itM a love letter *hi«h « "•' Liililelt h«h> in u "• °'<l : |. In.,>u >> rill in u ilii* f The ftilurc will both see anil kear u* If the rent of the world adopt*. plan* which are now being made to establish a lllin and phonograph record museum In London. Whether the generations to come are to lie congratulated or coininlsoriiit'1! for Inning their Hnccators thrust upon them Instead of conveniently e«<--|tlnv thein.# an ut her generations litive ul ways done. Is a (|ticHtlon to lie nmi'lii...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 March 1924

WINNSBQRQ WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 13, 1924. M MARTIN irUfn CP ^me RePairi g> Clocks and Optical lllHII I BIwJ w t WW aLkR Goods. Ail Work Guaranteed. ;hildren and Money . child should be given a small amount of money I time to time. It is nice to give a small Bum at • the child will value it quite as much as a larger Even with five cents the little people can learn Iplan and save for special things. Start an Interest leouiit hero for the little ones and help them to Ijlditup. htSTs NATIONAL BANK flHNSBORO,®: l.*V: . TEXAS 36-inch imported dress linen I 75c; ;86-inch fast colored Indian lii.cid linen fiOc.-—-Proctor's. 32-inch French Zephyr (Jing luuns in checks, plaids, solids, and stripes, the yard 25c.—W. L. Dodgen Co. Newt Fletcher of Mt. Vernon, candidate for country clerk of Franklin county, was in the city I' riday. s Carl Pugh of Hawkins, can- didate for sheriff of Wood coun- ty. was in the city Saturday mingling with the voters. Mrs. Carrie Moore of Pitts- burg spdnt the week-e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 March 1924

MARCH IS, 1M*. VALSPAR is the famous varnish that will iuk turn white under water. VALSPAR is the ONLY \amish that will stand the water test. We are performing this test now in our show window. In a tall glass jar, filled with water, a panel is sub- merged. This panel was first painted black, then varnished. The central portion was varnished with VALSPAR. Above and below, in strips, other varnishes were used —floor and spar varnishes—nationally advertised var- nishes. Note that cheap, inferior varnishes are not used for the test, but absolutely standard produrts. In a short time the other panels will be white, for the reason that the varnish (over the black paint) has turned white. The VALSPAR panel will be as perfect as the day it was put on. WATCH OUR WINDOW ! VALSPAR is sold exclusively by The Rexall Drug Store WINNSBORO To Stop a Cough Quick take*HAYES' HEALING HONEY** cough medicine which Mom the cough by healing the inflamed and irritated tiasuM. A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 March 1924

ha . * do V CALUMET th economy BAMNQ POWDER the next time you bake—give it just one honest and fair trial. One test in your own kitchen will prove to you that there is a big difference between Calumet and any other brand—that for uniform and wholesome balo ing it has no equal. # ■eetftyTMC WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDEl ales times as ;fli,is that my other The Evolution of the Balloon Tire 1916 i Tl>e firat step in the develop- ment of the present Balloon type tire wu made by Gen- eral in 1916 when the original Jumbo 30 x 3Uj tire was brought out. Thii tire wu I9%over «i*e—very thin con- struction and excessively large air chamber—features which are merely magnified in the Balloon type tire of today. Thus it is found that even at that early date General was building tires according to present-day Balloon prin- ciple*. This tire pointed the way and set the pace for the development of the Balloon idea. The next step forward was the Jumbo 30x3 >4 Cord originated by General In '919...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 March 1924

IMMft • t • li M'! You've Never Seen Any- thing Like It Before-- You Never Will Again The Death Charge of the Tvo-Horned Rhino So Near Death as to Singe their Eyebrows! Fearfully Fat, Frightfully Fearless WlWWff WOBO WKBKLT Play of Oodipui Rox is Trompndout Tmgody Tbo play bogliu. The crowd en- tern, tii« pooplo driven by pent Hence tpwiird their klpg and toward the god*, wr|lo Sturk Young In <'io N"r,h American Uevlew. Tlie proplist CO®* ! a curse la on the land. Oedipus wis out upon tiie aearcli thut Is to h« lil fate. The wouian who Is hla mother und also hla wi/e throw* herself be- tween Oedlpua and this knowledge thut will destroy them all. And, UuHlly. In ■huine and frenay JocustH hung* her- self, and Oedlpua with the clasp of her mantle digs out 1)1* eyes, lie en- ters then In that most terrible shudder In all drama; he feels the pain, his vole# flouts fsr from Mm, shame In this world and In the nent he feels, everything; even hla children ure tuken from hltn, and he goes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 March 1924

o T6UA 2 ffliunoboro fflJechCm J XIV.—NO. 2<>. "harmony WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, fltXAS, MARCH 27, 1924. bUIl <.V write:1 attended I at Forrest Home la l un can I and Mrs. Clint Lhv of near Picktuu «*i't [y night with Mr. and M Renean. Opal Cardon- tf Morri visited Mi. and Mrs m last week. Smith has ixjoi^ f u t- past week, but i at this writing. Miss Dortha Grimm .^ht case of Pneumon u. pe for her a speedy ie- in Bryce has been real for the past week, but 1 writing improving. i. Ednie Miller and Doy- an of near Macon, Tex- ,t Friday niprht at the [of the writer. and Mrs. Willie Greenlee ant Grove visited Mr. . T. A. Knight from idav till Friday. wreck occurred just; ide of Cornersville Satur-j lorning, when three oil were wrecked and about' s1.25 per year woman dies suddenly i — iLE SHOW GIVEN IN CO 4ECTION WITH PURE FOOD SHOW bad WINNSBORO'S PURE FOOD SHOW THE BEST EVER HELD HERE to the voters ok i wood icounty I While in town Friday after- When I entered the race for noon...

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