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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 May 1924

iff I Hi i; if F i | [> ! M I ' " P8H# WINNSBORO WEEKLY ■ "■ ■ ■■ Peters Solid Leather Shoes For the Whole Family W. C. DODGEN COMPANY ■■KM I Clothes For Men«nd You,)g M# "ASK ANYONE WE SERVE" Immense Stock of White and Colored Cottons, Staples and Fancy Linens, Dotted Swiss and Voiles f1 ' ; 27 inch Japanese Krinkle krepe pink and maize and white coi- ns, the yard— 30c 8ti inch imported Shadow check Batiste and Flaxons in all the new and wanted colors. The yard— 35c, 50c, 65c, $1 36 inch Satin stripe Lingete flesh, white, navy and black; the yard— 75c 36 inch Neuses Linen, the yard 29c, 39c and 50c 36 inch Glen Fast Suitings in all the following colors: Lavender, Copen Blue, Purple, Green, Rose and Henna, the yard * — 50c 32 inch Crepe Ginghams in checks, plaids and solid colors, the yard a.— 35c 32 inch La France Zephyr Ginghams, in checks, plaids and solid colors, the yard 25c 25c 27 inch Ainoskeg Ginghams, 19c to 25c the yard Mow Than 50 Dozen Bath Towels A special purchase a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 May 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW8, MAY 15, 1924. irU/n CP ^'ne Repairing, Clocks and Optical w b WW LLtll Goods. All Work Guaranteed. Children and Money Herschal Chaddick of Dallas; Did vou hear «nv ,.r ^ home foik8Week Cnd hWe ^ S&Hff8 ^ °VeV th° radio? \\ hy not let me install .V , I ^ 1 ndio in you liorno fnv npYf B. Lumnungs and Sunday? Berney Weir Laura and Virginia, Springs visited Mr.I Mn im-i, <•; , j . . . . Cummings last' Grac?\.™t h u i, duu*hter' week. ' M^nt Iciht week in Green- ville. j Mrs. J. (laughters, ' of Sulphur and Mrs. King f Whenever you want to open an account—make a , #rv or permanent investment—provision for mi!'family—consult about your estate—or any other letter of a financial character, we want you to feel "tirely free to call at The First National Dank and ^ it over with us. Our advice costs you nothing and it may be the means of saving you a great deal of money. v Efficient service in hem- stitching, all threads free.— I he Enterprise. I Mrs. C. V. Weir, M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 May 1924

•lit# m ff If WINN8I WEEKLY NEWS. MAY 15, 192-1. Sick Headache "I hav* used Black-Draught when needed for the pa*t 25 years," a ay a Mr*. Emma Crimea, of Forbes, Mo. "I began taking it for a bud caae of conitipation. I would get constipated and feel juat mis- erable—sluggish, tired, a bad taste In my mouthy . . . and soon my head would begin hurting and 1 would have a severe aick headache. I don't know juat who started me to taking || Thedford's fcLACK-BRAUGHT — BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Theo. A. Binford, Pastor but It did tho vork. It juat seemed to demise the liver. Very aoon I felt like new. When I found libclc-Draught ■o eaay to take and eusy- acting, I began to use it in time and would not have aick headachea." Constipation causes the avatem to re-absorb poisons that may cause great pain and much danger to youi health. Tako Thedford's Black-Draught. It will stimu- late the liver and help to drive out the poisons. Sold by all dealers. only one cent a dose. wolda Cause Qrlp and lnflue...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 May 1924

|>lors [tuti- lade. |m(?e lion. Ii re- lown, re OR THE GRADUATE $46 AiO *50 TURNER Mercantile Co. yiNNSBORO WEEKLY NKWSHSA^S^S B> E. wright ar Nose and throat j Medical Arts Bldg. Dallas, Texas, lit Winnsl>oro the first r and Friday before in nth. 114-Day phone <*1 GER K. CABLOCE, Embalm? r & Funeral Director. i and careful attention i to this class of work, pipped establishment of _ kind in Winnsboro. |Wilkiii8on Hdw. & Under- taking Co |SENIOR B. Y. I\ U ■ 18, 1924, 7 p. m. :t—What Is D >ne For i Preservation ? jduction and Preservation Apostasy—Miss Thelma . ; I., tration— KoiV!.' M ! i Bi iu Keeps— fte i of God's ( i ial Plan— lattj le Cv liiidetl b.. n Romans iTwo Other Truths—Miss IJarwi. DEDICATION SERVICE AT OLD SMYRNA (Prohibition a Failure? There will be preaching be- ginning on Friday night before the second Sunday in June and continuing until Sunday night by Dr. H. B. Pender of Green- Ville. Don't miss these servic- es or you will miss something. D...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 May 1924

'Jb' '• '•TOP i iwr • a1 •« si: B Turner & *0 WEEKLY NEWS, MAY 15. 1924. Announcement# Dress Sale Supreme Our sales, even with the inclement weather, were greatly above our expectations—we sold around One Hundred Garments Friday and Saturday, We wish to give our every cus- tomer an opportunity of this Dress Sale Supreme and will add further garments to be on sale Friday and Saturday of this week, in 5 groups —Five, Ten, Fifteen, Twenty and Twenty-five Dollars. You know the values. Don't be disappointed as others were who did not buy. One of the best manufacturers of New York is backing us up in this sale. Along with our dress sale su- preme, we will show advanced sty- les of Leghorns, Milans, Peroxy- 3 lene, and those hats becoming to '? the ladies and misses—at the fea- ture prices of— >1.65 $2.65 $3.65 and $4.65 patterns and late shipments will be mark- ed at feature selling prices. ENTERPRISE Wionshoro, Texas Next to 1st Nat'l Bank For Congress, 3rd District, MORGAN G. SAN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 May 1924

call ■ f tc & -v/ xi\—NU- inmb&v& IDctMj} Texas Railroad Commission Has Balanced Membership Libiin, Texas, May 19.—The Mr. Nabors was first a prac- Kailroad commission lias ticing lawyer located at Winns- -* nK',nljel' u?rine!,lKH,)- He developed there a WINNSBOKO, WOOD COUNT V, Chamber of Com- merce Needs You TMXAS, MA Y 22, 1&24~ Girl Graduates $1.25 PER YEAR. Arc you one hundred per to the Chamber __ „.ww. large fruit and produce ship- ^vc'r> lei low who is wide tion at hospitable home of M,s- Lj- a hea*;Pinti' business, along with ex- f,vv^e t(). his own interest and • a,lfi Mrs. Nelson on North pU|"'?j i Jew- . ay' . ltl the tne. He developed there r. one ex lit'11 m tne ine- oi transportation, unci one ilTw^r'SiT years "to tensive fanning which grew jfiTinl* nation. point that he .aid |l?vernor Nell, when he was the Practice of law and '->d in 1923 to fill two places J,e railroad commission, dished that balance and of capability among the tors. He struck ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 May 1924

n M; Hi I vfTNNSBORO NHWS, MAY 22, 1M4. Maytime" Coming to Amusu Theatre METHODIST CHURCH ever as- LUTCHER STARK REPLIES TO AT** Ch HAT WILL YOU BE DOING IN 1933? The wheels of commerce are jmming a* they never did be- )«>. Every wheel "WLaytune," the Preferred eicturixation of Rida Johnson - Voum's stage play, wffl be The ■«* * a™1 aeen here at the An. au Thee- for Commencement tre en Monday and Tuesday. >" W.nnabon> attend- (Uesnier produced the picture. « «" Baccalaureate Prjp-an. and Olga Printzlau adapted it. Sunday morning to honor the Mr. Ferguson, manager ol graduates of this years;stark the Amusu Theatre, is highlyjhl«h scho°l cUss- U,th the|the Houston Chronicle, "that I enthusiastic at«*it the picture, partition walls of the Inter-, am not going to resign from aafl is confident that it will be mediate S. S. department rais-J either place. The board one of the most popular pic- ed we have seats for over 700 making no apology for its ac- twenty-five v ihe has shown...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 May 1924

WINN8B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS, MAY 22, 1924. \ ,.r. t m l* ** .* rf ;/ (#1 vi > /(V t?2 Pi 'i Robinson Good Clothing genuine palm beach-gabardines — priestly mtohairs — tropical worsteds. $14.75 to $25.00—many with two pants — and a narrow weave all wool hard finish worsted blue serge suit for $27.50 that will: —every garment fitted on you correctly, and pressed without cost. —This is another Chas. Robinson Clothing year. Exclusive—but not expensive. (CZDIA THIS Isn't one of tho e fake (no tmtaent oflersyou have seen to cttany timy. Wedoat offer to give you something for to guarantee that you c*n toy treatment. entirely at our riak. and this guarantee l backed by your local druggist. "HUNrS GUARANTEED SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES" (MwifsMv* sad Soap) has been sold under absolute money Sgw" tee for more than th£yy«a£TW Thousands of letters testify "I «SS d with ESlf Ao^fudVit result. One bo* of Hunt's Cum entirely cured mc\V Don'tlsll togive HUNTS OUARAHTsltPSKIN DISEASE REMEDIES (Hunt's talvn a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 May 1924

* ii <1 l r 0 § ?!r! WINNSBORO WEEKLY NKWS, MAY 22, 1924. WiflDsboro Weekly News Homer E. Weir, Editor HARMONY NEWS TEXAS BANKERS IN CONVENTION AT AUSTIN Born, ta Mr. and Mrs. B. E. hoc a YEAR IN ADVANCE Grimm, a new (laughter. Austin, 1 exas, May 21—- 11.45 A YL.AK IN AU AWC ^ Mrs. Ben Legislature aitecting national Wilcox on Saturday, May 3, a banks, branch banking, real es- fine boy. tate loans, the small bank order- Mi. Eimer Francis spent the ly marketing of crops at <i the past week at Webster. farm loan system were among Misses Mallie and Clara Bee the subjects touched upon by Advertising rates made known Ueneau of Cypress were guests A. M. Graves, president ot the on unification ot Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Whittle lexas Bankers Association in Tuesday night. his annual address today at the Mi. and Mrs. Ben Anderson opening session ot the .conven- of Forest Home were visitors tion o! the Texas l>ankers. stand Entered as second-class mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the poat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 May 1924

VY1INKSHUKO WEEKLY NEWS, MAY 22 MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical _ '"■T~ <• v '' ' 7 Goods. All Work Guaranteed. ffhe Man Who Has No Regrets Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wellborn of Bowie visited Harrison These are the days when thousands of people re- t thty did ot save money- Homeless, penniless, without work, hitter regrets are theirs for the money I lifve banked but did not. The man who Look time l>y the fore lock and has an account at the fiist National Hank is the man whose present is safe. Why dlon't you prepare for the future? You don't Low what it will contain. But if you had cold cash the bank it will l>e here for you in your day of need FIRST NATIONAL BANK IWINN8B0R0, • • • TEXAS or Howe visited Mrs. C. J. Shannon in "MavtimeAmu u1 and Miss Emma Burougha Fri- Monday and Tuesday AmUhU' day and Saturday. Upon their . *' return to Bowie they were ac-' AttonH t* l Let us make for you your hom^fromlpS" htt\ returned. summer dress at an unusually K l™" H('aumon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 May 1924

WINNSBQBO WKEK1.V NEWS. MAY 22. 1«4 I i VI GAS ON THE SfOiACH Excess Acid ferments the food in the stomach, causing the gas to form, bloating tht stomach and resulting in acute indigestion. Unless this acid condition is corrected, ulcen are formed which eventually may become cancerous. The spoiled and fermented food also causes heartburn, sour stomach, headaches, bad breath gas pains, etc. A physician discovered a pre paration known as FERRASA1 which neutralizes the excess acid in the stomach and elimi- nates the accumulated poisons. It also aids the food to digest and assimilate properly, kee; the kidneys regular and is a solutely harmless. It proved successfully with hundreds of his patients and now FERRA SAL can be purchased at your druggist's. Take FERRASAL regularly night and morning for a month It will do the work for you or your money refunded. Acid Causes Ulcers "I had as bad a case of acid stomach as anyone ever had. My stomach was so sore from ulcers that the pressure of m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 May 1924

jTNNSBQao CTBU.Y NKW8, MAY Z2, m4. !, May 23 Noteworthy May Sale Ten Days Only Sale of Summertime Frocks and Millinery pf f*$A |r wv vo T; ♦// 1 1 v-"<Sr \ ) /£i,i \ wsSKKLJ ' f«t#w ~~ KlSrv •\ Vf 'I'."4 M 8 CHX i M "o: :> '0 \\ l_, . > \ r *m - t 1/ * /A •% /,-:vr... " • ! V' x~ </ ^ ^ /-•/ 7T/ v-^\ L U \ "]y: \ str-'Y \ I f.'% \ ; ' Vv«^r " I 1 ' Vl |H ,1 I \ , if :li'|' il> I ! / \t-■::■■ '• i ,1> r\>. ; I ! TV- . *•••.-. J •V-/-:- ;•&.< I i' I l-M ^' jfmjmf; | • K-tfr r Qfi?'',-1) •% IIU- ^?xW Mfflp I vC I -"-f .- i'.-MM V. ' /• A'' vlrv/ i a'.v \ i Lovely Cool Frocks ht at the beginning of the warm, summer season com- I this remarkable sale of beautiful millinery and Sum- time Frocks. [16.50 Silk and Georgette - $12.50 .75 Silk and Georgette - $24.50 '1.75 Silk and Georgette - $26.75 11.75 Silk and Gdargette - - $59.75 [linen dress lor day-time wear may be a colorful affair twhite or combination. Whatever form it appears in, (linen dress is always a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 May 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, MAY 22, 1924. :r I i J* i. h ill What Makes a Drink Taste Better? There are some things, not actually in the drink it- self (or in the ice cream, as the case may be) that makes it taste better. Service with a smile, a pleasant word or two, abso- lute cleanliness, attractive surroundings, a drink or a sundae tastefully prepared, these things "make a drink taste better." There's an art to making a drink, too, and the skill of the dispenser can often make a drink taste better. It's a help, too, to know that the fruits and syrups are all of the highest quality and purity. "There's something somewhere" as the saying goes, for, we are proud to say, we have been frequently told that our drinks taste the best. WITH THE GUBERNATOR IAL CANDIDATES THE TT DRUG STORE "The best in drug store goods The Best in Drug Store Service." WINNSBORO Collins Speaks at Sulphur Springs. Says Legislature failed to give Children Six months schools. Sulphur Springs, Texas, May 21.—Senator ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 June 1924

Koet ^ W fee : X flMtwshoto HcfklB VOL. XIV«—"NO. Hi. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUN1V, TEXAS, JUNE 5, 1924. Home Peoplo Endorse Hon. W. A. Nabors for Railroad Commissioner At a meeting of the Winns- that those who shipped heavy W. A. Nabors' Railroad and low priced products, espe- | Snmissioner Club, which was clLa' X./*rm an^ ranch yroducts I the citizens of Winnsboro, on j June 4th. the following resolu 91.25 PER YEAR. Wilson Not a "Good Fellow" ('resident Wilson Never Slap* ped Anyone on Hack .«« —°r sr? under present conditions, in or- der that a producer may re- turn was unanimously adopted*, ceive a reasonable price for his Resolved that this Club, and products and at the same time aeh member thereof, sijall use' the consumer Ije supplied with everv effort possible from now (such products at a price which until the Democratic Primary! he can afford to pay. Mr. Na- o( July 26th, to present to the lw>rs has been working along _. .•_! this line for many years and as Railroad Commission...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 June 1924

m •| :'M i V if! m mm ; . ."V ■; ALL OUT OF SORTS? iS Was Thiw Winnsboro Wo man Who Tells Her Experience All too often women acccpt •their pains and aches as nat- jural to their sex. They fail to realize that weak kidneys are <jftan to blame for that back 4iche, tluose headaches, dizzy spells and that tired, deprt&ed feeling. Thousands have found new health and strength by helping the weakened kidneys with Doan's Pills—a stimulant diuretic. This Winnsboro case is one of many; Mrs. J. Ir. Hill, Cor. N. Main and Pearl st«M says: "I was troubled with a dull, bearing down pain in the small of my back. Mornings my back was lame and sore and the stiff- ness lasted during the day. I felt tired out and my kidneys acted too freely. However, one box of Doan's Pills drove away the backache and regulat- «ed my kidneys. Price 60,c at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan's Piljs—the same that Mrs. Hill had. Fos- ter-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. GAS ON STOMACH MA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 June 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW8, JUNE 5, 1924. The Quality Car gUPER^R 5,pass. Sedan '795 f. o. b. Flint. Mich. I *i c'AJ C> Not alone for everyday utility does Chevrolet represent the world's lowest-priced quality car. It also meets the require- ments of particular people ft those social and sport occasio when artistic proportion, hift fcrade coach work, and han some finish are in harmon with the time and place. You can be proud of your Chev- rolet, combining, as it does, a hifth degree of engineering effi- ciency with modern quality features that appeal to the experienced and the discrim- inating. Call at our showrooms and dis- cover the astonishing values made possible by the exception- al volume of Chevrolet sales. deductions on INCOMES WILL BE AL1J0WE1) QUARTERLY JUDGE HEAVERS' OPENING ADDRESS1 Price* f. o. b. Flint, Michigan Superior K u<l«t<-r $490 Superior Touring 1495 Superior Coupe ' $£40 Superior Sedan ........ 17W Superior Commercial ChaMla ij S Superior Delivery 144.1 Ut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 June 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, JUNE 5, 1924. \ ft, l it; i t i ;, • 1 5 I !: I ifp m fiB skoro Weekly News Hmmt R. Wtir. Editor 11.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered m second-daw mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the poe toff ice at Winnsboro, Texas, mnder the act of Manh S, 1879. Advertising rates made known application. Published Every Thursday HARMONY NEWS Sunday School, church and the Epworth League had good attendance last Sunday. We have a splendid crowd of young people who are putting forth every effort possible to upbuild the Sunday School and League Let the good work go on! I'll declare I must quit. 1 am afraid 1 have taken up too much of the editor's space al- ready. Dud. SHADY GROVE \yell, I believe the most im- portabt item to chronicle this weel^-Would be that D. E. Skin- ner is driving a new Ford. Little Miss Dorothy Helen Mitchell was real sick last week at the home of her grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Felts of Pickton. Ben Anderson, Rev. W. B. Martin and the writer were In Qui...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 June 1924

m vVINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS, JUNE 5, 1924. KM MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. AH Work Guaranteed. STRENGTH .You the necessity of association with a sfclon* bank. The reasons are obpious. But is (here are not members of your fafaUy, among the younger set, who have yet become acquainted wUJl banking methods? Would it not be well to introduce them to Ian account at the First Nat ional Hank? Such a connection will prove ad- vantageous to them in subsequent years and at the present time a bank account will be educa- tional as well as useful. May we talk this over with you? and Mrs- Louis Steven-' Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Feriru- m an<* 80n Louis Jr., ana son we Uyde and Bernard Taylor vis-' Sunday ited Mr. and Mrs. Cam Si son in Greenville Sunday. F. Smith left Saturday for Galveston where he has se- cured a position in the United States Public Health Service office. son and son Louis Jr., ana son were called to Commerct itoH m. vis- Sunday on account of the ilea Mr. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 June 1924

TO I II31: T ; i ;.f < W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWS, JUNE 5, 1924 .it MJt. WRIGLEY'S COUNTRYMEN (/// LITTLE BENNY'S NOTE BOOK — By Lee Pape •J teller* IV cot Atmrlca. I hw ft pendsteot ohewln# gooad.' GAS ON THE STOMACH Excess Acid ferments the food in the stomach, causing the gas to form, bloating the stomach and resulting in acutc indigestion. Unless this acid condition is corrected, ulcers are formed which may become cancerous 23 DIE AS FIRE BURNS HOME FOR FEEBLE- MINDED GIRLS Maddened By Fear, They Die • ' Fighting Venice, Cal., June 1.—Wak I was down town with ma this aftirnoon and ma sed- Hie res that Mrs. Tootleman, I'm glad she's on the otlu-r side ] of the street, 1 cant stand tin* site of that woman. Meening a long narro lady with red things on her hat, me saying, Wy, ma, wats a muttei | with her? Well in the ferst place sheV narro minded, selfish, back l it- ing, dubble faced, deceetful and sly, and in the 2nd place she's an inquisitive, prying, nosey, brazen face thing, and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 June 1924

fleets are WlNNSBQj BAPTIST CHURCH /NOTB8 I lieo. A. Binford, Pastor. METHODIST CHURCH . The Leagues were well rep- ine past week spent by the' resented at the Conference at pastor and family on Seminary'Mt Vernon |«wt week, and won Hill ha* been a wonderful in-l nol"n afrH"1, °?' I>JttKue spiralion to us. The Semiuarv r *° i < PM' st Hunday'l i;r . . ine semlna,y,L promms and fini-in. Announcements | of wear, as that khts of fined, fre lllect TWI Ite ffatll §> cio h] ouioetiir Bturaooli ild \\\ genuine palm beach-gabardines — priestly ml >h airs — tropical worsteds. $14.76 to $25.00—many with two pants — and a narrow weave all wool hard finish worsted blue serge suit for $27.50 that will: —every garment fitted on you correctly, and pressed without cost. —This is another Cnas. Robinson Clothing year. Exclusive—but not expensive. TCH money back without question •KIN Dir A Mcdford, Oklahoma man, among thousands who praise HUNT'S SALVE, says: "Some people dislike to call it...

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