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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 July 1924

WINN8BORO WEEKLY NEWS. JULY 31. 1924 II C I I SAM MARTIN JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks Optical-Goods. All % Guaaanteed PITTSBURG MAN DIDN'T CUS, SMOKE OR WEAR TIE Pittsburg Texas.—In the per son of Reuben Alonzo Morris this town boasts of one of the most remarkable men in the United States, inasmuch as he is a minister of the gospel and divides his time about equally between conducting his religi- ous affairs and running a bank, of which he is sole owner. Other men would think it ruinous to close a bank with customers at the door and go to church, but here is a man who would sooner think it ruin ous not to do so. But this is not the only trait in this ex- traordinary man. Most men, to do the work he does, would require a stimu- ant of some kind, but not so with Bro. Lon, as he is called. He takes no stimulants of any kind—not even coffee—and he has never used tobaco in any form. He has never been in an opera house, not even to hear a sermon, and knows nothing about games of any kin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 July 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWeTjul^^mT on. H lot fori Watch i <NSBORO C. HENDERSON, =■ JEWELER AT FOWLERS a NATIONAL BANK Voui Financial Interests are well protected in this institutoin because they are under Federal supervis- ion. And what better safeguard could,you want than to know that the government is watching your in- vests. This fact, together with the prompt and cour kous Service you get here, makes us a desirable in- rtitution to deal with. Stop in any time and see for your self. TEXAS first national bank WINN8B0R0, TEXAS s Willie E. Carnes is spen i couple of weeks with re- , in Center Texas. irf. and Mrs. W. S. Burks ,an Antonio were here Mon- [visiting Mrs. Burks sister, I Howard. Ls Doris Colquitt of Dal- ■returned home Sunday af- |a few days visit with her V, Mrs. E. H. James. & N. H. Spearman and (Hina are visiting in Gil- ne 130 and tell us of your IdttK That Dot* Not Aflect The Mead JiI iu lo>:lc and laxative effect, LAXA* [HOMO QU1N1NK (Tablets) can be taken mlth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 July 1924

Y NEWS. JULY 31, 1924 f" '•' I fUK A YEAR IN ADVANCI U. 1909. at fee at Winnsboro. Tun, mdir the act of Hank t, 1B1 Pnbliahed gwy Announcements ^ For Congress, 3rd District, MORGAN G. SANDERS (Re-election) 1 f ——. For Representative, S4th Dist,: J. B. WOODS For State Senator, ; THOS. G. POLLARD (2nd Term) For Judge, 7th District J. R. WARREN For County Judge H. V. PUCKETT (Re-election) For County Clerk J. J. McLEOD . (Re-electon) For County Attorney: W. G. RUSSELL For Sheriff: R. E. (EZRA) CARTER H. C. (HENRY) DOUGLAf For County Treasurer DON ROBERTS For Tax Collector, E. J. McCRARY (Re-election) For County Assessor T. U. SHIREY For County Supt. of Instruction D. E. WHITE J. U. SEARCY For Commissioner, Precinct 4 M. A. RICHBURG For Justice of Peace, Prect. 4 N. E. SEAY For Public Weigher, Prect. 4 at Winnsboro J. E. FOLMER J. W. (Whit) ATTAWAY For Constable, Precinct 4— B. F. WEEMS Youth May Weil Sport Thought for the Old OovrtMy la not oaljr a matur of apmcfc; w may observe the for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 July 1924

ICIER ASSASSIN I THE BANE OF SOCIETY WINW8HUKU Wm%L> flKWP. JULl 4l( (From The Dallas News) wood i . there the row and 'belong dismay, i *t. so where there It's a pretty good plan to ttebesrer, the strife forget it." proverbs xxvi, 20. The occupation 01 the hu man vulture which scatters so- cial uncleaness abroad through the Divine power of speech would lie gone were it not that there is always those who are willing—somestime , eager—to listen to him. Were there no receptacle in- to which to pour h's garbage he who carries it about would soon drop his load J, th„ onlv creature to >«** -f also endowed with j power to reason, it to 'conclude that it 0( his intell gence * , was given man, , miirht be able to con- 'Shts to bis fellows, itly it was not that he , to its engender Z thus make unhappy d those about him. such perversion of ne faculty of speech ,k as one of the most if sins. Thus the listener is guilty inua cue u tuiiei is guuiy along with the talebearer; and we are told...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 31 July 1924

Rf f ifv If! I t. an • • ;' I sk'J ■ i I i''; REVIVAL CLOSES The revival. meeting which has been in-' progress at the Methodist church for the past three weeks closed last Sunday night with over a hundred conversions and reclamations. It proved to be as advertis- ed a county wide revival, and wagons, buggies and autos ca me in great numbers. The at- tendance was excellent and the interest good. Most of the ac- cessions came from the rura districts, and the various chur- ches in the communities a round Winnsboro will receive numbers as a result of the work done here. The church here has already received 24 members and will receive oth- ers some of whom could not be present and receive baptism Sunday. Fourteen were bap- tised Sunday. "Rev. Fisher is a great prea cher," is the verdict of all who heani him, and Mrs. Fisher is an excellent leader of the young people. May God's blessings follow them. tVINNSDt-"3 WEEKLY NEWS. JULY 31, 1 24 FROM JUDGE BEAVERS Mr. Ben Stokes and Mr. Bob Sage...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 August 1924

/■t r—NO. '45. itwsbora Wetkln ^ctos. ple defense York, Aug. 1 — Hi cal clear of engagements, ■f Davis was able to de- Lch time today to the on of hi address accept Democratic presiden lination and to plan fcr npaign. , „ program called for fur- icusion with his mana- L. Shaver, who is to _ plete charge in carry- gt campaign details while presents himself to the of the principal prob- >f organization—the se- of a national treasurer finance committee—re- be disposed of, but the . and his field general [to have this and other im at items of organization |of the way before the of- | notificatii>n ceremonies at rg 10 days hence. inplifying the formal state I issued after his return I Maine, yesterday in which lorsed the position of his mate, Governor Bry- Nebraska, regarding the lustrations plan for nation rfense day Sept. 1, Davis |formally last night that he >ved in military prepara- itwen this and the civilian ation to which Governor had voiced objection, i drew a sharp dist...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 August 1924

LV WEEKi i >it!W3 AUGUST 7, 1M4 \ m I mm. Mr< f >Tj , />' PW i \ iip < < Did Not Want Her to Go Out of His Life By CLARENCE PUCH ■ooo6oooo«oooooao«aooaa oo 46. 1IU, Waaler* Ni*ih w Uaiaa) m'THBHB (on Doc Roger* up to the Wheeler place," remarked goulp of Tarboro to another. "I caess the Doc will be (lad to (lave hi* bill paid." remarked the otb- «r. "That Mlaa Lucy's alwajra ailing, ala't aheT" Dr. Frank Rogers waa shown Into Cha living room, where a pretty, dark- ■haired girl lay on the lounge. "I can't imagine what la the matter with Lucy," her mother aald. "She •haa been under the care of the beat apeclallata for yeara. Can't you tell me frankly, doctor?" "Tea, madam," answered Doctor Hog era aharply. "She la an Imaginary Invalid. I should be falae to my duty •f I did not tell you so. There la noth- ing at all the matter with her except boredom and dlataste for mental and phyalcal occupation." "Why, how—how—dare you!" stam- mered the girl, sitting bolt upright ■...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 August 1924

\< ' '%,**. #- *L .M ■ « WIWNBBORQ WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 7, 1924 iEEOINGS Of WOOD MTT CONVENTION HELD AT QUITMAN, SATURDAY At*. 2 |Die convention beingRC^lled 1 hlirman ° the convention j£Sy went into the selec Tnd election of a Tempo- Cinnan, and upon mo- Delegates to tne State Con- vention, Dr. Geo. Baber, Doll Alvis, J. F. Brock, J. M. Crad- dock, N Spearman, Lee Wilkin son, D. E. White, J. W. Kenne- mer, Edd Faulk, S. M. Turner, «V r" ^?w'e J* W. Thompson, Sif entered and "offered . Hon V. B. Hams was elec Wylie Kitchens, J. B. McKee', ♦„mnorarv chairman by ac- Chas. Markman, W. S Whit- Ton and W. M. Craddock worth, .Clyde Jordan, R. A. Nor- r t'he same maner and thcut, L. G. Mansell, M. H. Lan ilectedTemporary Secreta-, ders, W. P. Jones, Dr. S. W. I I toon this the organization Hart Mrs. S. W. Hart, W. J. L made permanent. v | Hay, E. Q Hearne, F. P Abney, ,n this the chairman was J°hn Rucker, Mrs. John Ruck- !Lj by the convention to|er, Albert Mayberry, S. C. No- the regular ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 August 1924

ffct. WINNSBORO WSBKLY NEWS AUGUST 7, 1924 iff i H iij - i'' 1: m mv: i. T V It, \'± 1 ']#: I' tktf I | B Fine Repairing, Clocks SAM MARTIN JEWELER Winnsboro Weekly News B. Weir, Miter f LS6 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered aa MCooWjii ■aal- le*, September 24. 1909, «A the poetaffice at wu^bo^ Tjmj. mitr the act of M>nh S* 1879* Advertising rates made know* Mi application. ' Published Every Thnraday Another consolation about the first primary being over is that we will not be bothered with so many requests for free space by the candidates. Old < Politician says another reason he can't vote the Fergu son ticket is that he neved did have much respect for a man who did business in his wife s name. The East Texas Elbert peach crop was not a failure after all that was said in the early part of the year about it being killed. But we can't say much for the price. .I ■ « John J. Reeves, the ousted Sheriff of Titus county, did not make the predicted "come-back in the late primary. He was a ca...

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

INNSBORO N8W8 AUGUBT 7, 1 24 C. HENDERSON, = JEWELER AT FOWLERS A NATIONAL BANK Your Financial Interests are well protected in this institutoin because they are under Federal supervis- ion. And what better safeguard could you want than to know that the government is watching your in- terests. This fact, together with the prompt and cour ttous Service you get here, makes us a desirable in- itiation to deal with. Stop in any time and see for your self. , . FIRST NATIONAL BANK WiNNSBORO, TEXA8 130 when you have [Cleaning I And Dying, javes a lot I Of Buying -Try our master ser- vice— it will enable you lo get tlio utmost from you clothing. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Are there any young people in Winnsboro or surrounding country that are lonesome on Sunday evenings and are there any that do not go to any yjung people's society? Then we extend to you regardless of denomination a hearty invita- tion to join us every Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Something doing all the time that you will enjoy. Fo...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW8 AUGUST 7, 1924_ $ w * 11* ¥.* >'• l I Announcements For Congress, 8rd District, MORGAN G. SANDERS (Re-election) For State Senator, THOS. G. POLLARD (2nd Term) For Judge, 7th District J. R. WARREN For County Judge H. V. PUCKETT * itj (Re-election) ^For County Clerk >. < J. J.McLEOD (Re-electon) For County Attorney: W. G. RUSSELL For Sheriff: R. E. (EZRA) CARTER H. C. (HENRY) DOUGLA* For County Treasurer . DON ROBERTS For Tax Collector, E. J. McCRARY (Re-election) For County Assessor T. U. SHIREY For County Supt. of Instruction D. E. WHITE J. U. SEARCY For Commissioner, Precinct 4 M. A. RICHBURG For Justice of Peace, Prect. 4 N. E. SEAY For Public Weigher, Prect. 4 at Winnsboro J. E. FOLMER J. W. (Whit) ATTAWAY For Constable, Precinct 4— B. F. WEEMS Franklin County Announcements The Npws is authorized to announce the following as can- didates for Franklin County of- fices, subject to action of the Democratic primary in July. For County Clerk NEWT FLETCHE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 August 1924

*yiNN B «tO W1EKLY NBW8 AUGUST 7, 1924 OFFICIAL RETURNS WOOD COUHTY PRIMARY ELECTION HELD SATURDAY ■ ~ ' - —■ 7 I X JULY 26, 1924 United States Senator: Fred W. Davis — - — John F. Maddox — Morris Sheppard - Governor: T w (Whit) Davidson Miriam A. Ferguson George W. Dixon ...... y Collins • •«•••* Thomas D. Barton W. E. Pope - joe Burkett Felix D. Robertson — Lynch Davidson — Lieutenant Governor Barry Miller Will C. Edwards John D. McCall Wallace Malone — Attorney General Dan Moody —- - Edward W. Ward John C. Wall - - j, M. Melson - Comptroller: A. J. Smith Tom Bell — Don F. Smith S. II. Terrell 0. D. Baker "li *«! 1 « "al 6?l ,zi! M| "11 M t I t SOS; 3871 160| 6#j 491 «| $ 4«'| Bl| 14| 11 «o ...I I III) W 8il H' 75 ■e 62| 235] 103| 83 194! 117| 42( 84! 64 B| 10| " 13' 13 134: 247; 11 9| 431 2 11! 511 48 82] UO I J. I 10| 61! 1| 12| 6| 4j 271 ll> 2| 2 4I 50! 31 ic| 62 32 5 256 139 71 51 227 25 25 211 351 j 145| 139! 230, 90| 29 57 32 11 70j 20 23 I I 352; 150, 138 631 15| « 57; 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 7 August 1924

#INN1IBImcO NEWS AUGUST 7, 1M4 ji ; 1 I if ' I IDIHEVOTEHS Wiaasboro, Texas. July 29, •ItSi—To my kind friends who * vated for me or spoke a kind word for me in the face of the ;f4ae report circulated by sup- ,porter* of tay opponent that I do not live in Wood county, rand that my home is Pittsburg somewhere else, I take this 'opportunity to express my sin- *cere thanks to you, for no one is in a condition of life to ap- preciate your help more than A am. as I, told you and all ©th- rees while convassing the county ~ uriieiting your votes and help that I am obliged to work in •."jflier to help support oursel- ves by conditions of affliction m my family and heavy loss by MTtow. "and as I have taught for ;*> many years in the various : grades of the public schools, I foe! that I can do the work thai tfihe county superinten- dent should do as well as any other lady or man in the state. To those friends who were deceived by the false report ■ circulated on me election day I wish you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 August 1924

0 Uy itmsbota XIV.—NO. 46. BCetos. hsboro public schools open monday, september 1st WINNSBQKO, WOOD COUNIY, IV.AAH, AUGUST 14, 1924. $1.25 PER YEAR. , Winnsboro public schools \m Monday, September d a m. Enrollment and ification will begin a* that at each building. Pupils ;jre coming from other 1)5 art1 requested to bring reports and book cards, i will lx> allowed credit for irk completed in an affil- high school. All pupils have been transferred to district will please secure , our county superinten- a certificate of transfer Ithtt you may be allowed "toition for the term allow jy the board of trustees, possible, the commercial nent of the high school | be open to all who wish to [ advantage of it*. There f be those in town who wish ke some of the commercial but on account of work he outside the school can- | continue in school for the day. There may be oth- I who feel like they cannot |tinue in high school long e- to graduate but would to do intensive work for in the commercial...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 August 1924

oliO U KKKLT NEWS AUGUST ?!' [H M S)j !l' i1A IS; J il'f w, M yi • V 1 Ruler of the Camp at Lett « , Meets Defeat By JEFFERSON JOHNSON (•. 111*. Wuttri N.w.p.p.r Unlwn ) rpHiERK wss anarchy In th« lumber camp before Jan Sorenson ap- peared. A lumber camp without a king la like a hive of bees without a queen. There wua no attempt to dis- pute HI* Jan's kififfshlp. The ueareat camp, 13 mile* away, had a king, too. It waa natural that he and Sorenaon should meet. Doc- ens of pulra of xacka were wagered upon tlie battle, but It lasted only a minute and a half. At the end of that time ttorenson, with half a dor.cn yards of footgear round Ida neck, the trophy of hla victory, wan sponging the blood front hla prostrate eneiuy'a eyes. After that Sorenaon waa king as fur an the limits of the Spruce timber .belt, and he reigned unchallenged, i Car away to the south spread the minors of Morenson's fame. And the next south wind brought back reports !of a mighty man of battle In a south- ern camp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 August 1924

Downfall of an Ad Man ,CI0*CE ELMER CCSB « >•" UD"*' L8 . corner. suret" declared Vur Esrle. manager of the fur- Jldlon "f the Fatuous depart- ; rtor* «l I<ock,on J .he* wy n crnekerjack I Cm double ui> lrude In a month PL|D ,11 business rlvul . two townsmen caauully mm constantly current eK'lted iind expectant eni- [ of the ijrcfil mercantile eatub- * gn(|,.r Kcneriil dlacttulon. I proprietor of the Famous Ira *ia h plunger. He had In- j M„lf money und had started IbKint department store ever L)B the district. Alreu.ly there Uf KDterprlse, which tilled the il bill very comfortably, but Stein . , punli'T and hoped to noon ' ,11 (he trade of the section, fjjd done Riiine hold and amaislng l,f drew custom, and Merle (ttcn hla yi'UfiK manager, had car- I n; onie hrlRlit Ideas. Then - hippenlnK to visit u friend who Isadp ireat success In the big (^niP b«ck to Rockton with more ' ||(e lilenn than ever. lut wlmle essence of your proposl- | Stein," advised his friend, "la II live...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 August 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 14, 1924.' I I fill Fine Repairing, Clock? SAM MARTIN JEWELER 0ptica^^ Wiopsboro Weekly News ^ jnly the bridge has .had to be re-built over what Homer R. Weir, Him is rea)iy a iazy jime river, Crai- |1.U A YEAR IN ADVANCT^1' Bridf « st«®d1 °n „the 1 bridge at midnight,etc.), Har- Entered as second-claa* mat- bar, September 24, 1909, at the ■e* toff ice at Winnaboro, Texae, imder the act of Mirth 8, 1879. Lmim •' Advertiaing rate* made known en application. Published Every Thursday A TRIP TO BOSTON The following letter written to and read by Mrs. Bozeman to a picnic crowd, was voted by the picnickers "good enough" to publish. Miss Lumon Per- due the writer is a graduate of the University of Texas, a for- mer teacher in the Winnsboro schools and at present in the Fort Worth schools. Intimate friends of Miss Perdue, predict that someday not lor distant she will write something that will make Texas proud of her and especially East Texas Gilmer is her home. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 August 1924

WINN8BQRQ WEEKLY JWS AUGUST 14. 1924. unsboro C.HENDERSON, — JEW EL E R AT FOWLERS | Rainy Days Come In Everyone's Life And— Tis best to be prepared for them. Enjoying life I and all it holds for us iR wel1 and Rood. But,-* ' what of the tomorrow? Will it bring more good times | or adversity ? The person with a substantial Savings Account is prepared to face most anything. Follow his or her ex- ample. Open an account with this Old Reliable Bank. HIST NATIONAL KINHSBOKO BANK TEXAS CARD OF THANKS , ft take this means to ex- our appreciation to our hbors and many friends go kindly and willingly ! their assistance to us dur- I the last illness of our be- boy and brother, Nolan |tfle. We especially thank Dr er for his aid and prompt jention. May God's richest pings be bestowed upon you1 %■. and Mrs. A. T. family, Winkle J. E. FOLMER IN RUN-OFF FOR WEIGHER Cleaning I And The State of Texas, County of Wood. I, J. J. McLeod, clerk of the County Court do hereby certify that the results of th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 August 1924

Ly.*v. KV WINNSBORO WBBKLY NBWS AUGUST 14, 1924. i -M I ! ' L I I I •I f • Efj ; 1 I ■ II ml , i 0 ■ H,*; Ml I JK I Announcements For Congress. 3rd District, MORGAN G. SANDERS (Ra-«lection) For State Senator, THOS. G. POLLARD . (2nd Term) For Judge, 7th District J. R. WARREN For County Judge H. V. PUCKETT {Re-election) For County Clerk J. J. McLEOD (RfS-electon) For Couhty Attorney: W.?G. RUSSELL For Sheriff: R*E. (EZRA) CARTER H. C. (IIENRY) DOUGLAf For County Treasurer DON ROBERTS For Tftx Collector, E. J. McCRARY (Re-election) For CfcUnty Assessor T. U. SHIREY For County Supt. of Instruction D: E. WHITE J._U. SEARCY For Commissioner, Precinct 4 M. A. RICHBURG For Justice of Peace, Prect. 4 N. E. SEAY For Public Weigher, Prect. 4 .' at Winnsboro J. E. FGLMER J. W. (Whit) ATTAWAY For Constable, Precinct 4— B> F. WEEMS mn 1 m wmm stabs NORMA TALMADGE'S PET SUPERSTITION DIS- COVERED Franklin County Announcements — For County Clerk NEWT FLETCHER J. W. MIDDLETON § 10.000,000 School ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 August 1924

Tu List iro iadependenl School District luSfTnd t"wn lot. . the tux rolls of the I? Independent School Winnsboro, Texas, par 1923, returned by KkinHon, delinquent J'! f0,' said Indepen- K,hoo) District, under sec- tfo Delinquent Tax laws Li Texiis' Uevi8ti & f the state of [r Awlprsnl1, 1-2 acre' survey. Allen, I t «cre G. [Survey, Id Askew, .r>-H acre, G. jiurvey, jAttaway I S iiurvey, Ill Browning part lot 23 jboro, $22.62 Browning 72 acres Sum- i survey, $21.25. S, E. Bozeman, 2 acres J King survey $10. 63 IU, Bozeman, lot 12 block jjjisboro, $1 l.HH. j,« Brown, 7 1-2 acres, JlCing survey. $1.5)7. |B. Brown, acres Reeves, Lj Pippen survey, $19.77. Brown, 40 by 130 ft, King survey, $1.70. |F. Burlin, l_ acres G. B. survey, $6.4(' . |F. Campbell, I 1-2 acres, 3 acres I'ippen survey, acre, B B. B. G. B acres 78 $2.72. G. B. 33-13 rtha Campbell, 1-2 |,'King survey, $6.80. Zetta Carnes, 10 lev survey, $3.40. D. Carlock, 30 1-2 acres , Kin? survey, $111.86 |gh Christian, ">0 ...

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