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

WINNSJJOKO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY NOV. 13. ? 'fit ' llff# Start A Checking Account We shall l>e glad to have you open a checking account at the First National Bank. We can serve you n« good as any bank, we believe better than most banks. Deposit your money as soon as you receive it. Pay all bills by check. It is surprising how much faster you can save money in the bank than in the pocket—/hiefly because one does not write checks except for necessaries. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINN8B0R0, TEXA8 Winnsbtro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 19<|9, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. Advertising rates made known on application. THE MAN WHOM THE YEARS FORGOT He ran a successful business twenty years ago. He had built up this business by hard personal effort. Those who dealt with him knew that he could be relied up on, and anything which he sold was well worth...

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

a misU res if (lrtin— Moral—Educational—Entertaining MUSU THEATRE Always a Good Show—Let's Go! (iUlvVTKK MOVIE SEASON NOW ON TODAY and FRIDAY Iack holt IN gen 1'LEMAN [of LEISURE" I. gpertly comedy-drama that Ces Yankee pep with English nitv burglars with bets, and , with gun-play. Enough lis for ten pictures. "Tin1 Mechanic" jimmey Aubrey Comedy. LltB 25c —Children 10c VI Jack Holt SATURDAY The Two Aces of the Picture World— Tom Mix —With— TONY, The Wonder Horse IN "The Heart Buster" A fast moving western with Tony performing many won- derful feats. ALSO—Black Oxfords—Sennett Comedy Adults 25c Children 10c MONDAY and TUESDAY ■V Hi Here it is, the compan- ion picture to "Back Home and Broke." Same star, author and director Same breezy fun, sharp satire and heart-appeal. Same brand of whole- some entertainment. THOM PMSf TIO BV ADOlfH IUKOI^ \ \ r ty GEORGE ADE t ALSO- ULTS—30, « Comedy and Pathe News —ADDED CHILDREN—l°c WEDNESDAY V William De Mille Production '• " miaill A7C 1T1IUC ...

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

WLNNSliORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY NOV. 13. SAM MARTIN JEWELER CLOTHING It is more economical to pay $25.00 or $30.00 for a Robinson quality suit than to pay a few dollars less for one that will not serve, and appear so well. We have just received a large ship ment of small sire suits at pri- C6S $14.50 to $18.50 Lots of them with two pairs of trousers at this price. —Another big shipment of that good "never fade" blue serge— and we carry this serge in regu- lars, slims, stouts and stub mo- dels. Cbas. Robinson CLOTHING Exclusive but not Expensive AMENDMENT IS CARRIED At 11:30 o'clock Tuesday ni- ght it was apparent that the a- mendment to the state constitu- tion voted on by the people of Texas in the present election had carried. Votes for the a- mendment at this hour were 36,055, while against it were 18 664. The amendment has two prov isions. The first makes eligible to pensions from the state all Confederate veterans and their widows who have resided in Tex since prior to Jan. 1, ...

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

trri< partJ out andl Child I hive Ml | lor !. nnlf I tll-IUI llvrnrr ■he blood, | T ml S It art win ll > Child* I fm WWESf/Aii KBItHAN IS NOT "5 I'ltOOF IN -WOMAN PROOF LSTnnely Handled U|fst Paramount [Comedy l>'ama from the af- ,,minim- iidmireis? I ing day u he,.p Where a nice girl i t These and other ire answered m 1 hos ^latest Paramount ,« "Woman Proof, be shown at the Amu next Monday and i This's tt stwry 10: ihere the conditions of J are decidedly unro [foe story was written ' Ade, noted humorist Mure was directed by , Green. . js that of a civil En from Rockwood, played Meighan, whose fa- a will stipulating |bis children must mar- i they could inherit his jtune. Tom lias two sis- la brother, all of whom mates, but Tom is fdirecetintf a huge en- project to bother a- , The story opens with ier and sisters and the- tive mates planning to Join to marry. Meanwhi- Rockwood accidental- [Silove, and is on the proposing marriage jbe complications arise. [Bleech, an unscrupu...

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

% ' ' V ' \ i v r,,T .: Jail 13 NHk « . / ■ rf« i :ir; WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY NOV. 18. • * TfS, OLD FASHIONED / Beginning Friday, Nov. 14 This GENUINE OLD FASHIONED RED TAG SALE is for the purpose of clearing our stock of all surplus merchandise and increasing our volume by several thousand dollars in November, preparing ourselves for the coming holidays and GIVING YOU REAL BARGAINS that you will appreciate. Cold, bad weather is late in arriving and now is just the time to complete winter purchases. Every garment, every hat, every pair of shoes, all articles of merchandise throughout the whole store will bear a Red Tag with genuine RED TAG SALE PRICES. We are clearing our stocks for the coming year, 1925. Take advantage of the large assortments and strictly new, fresh mer- chandise at such extraordinary low prices. You will find an excellent stock of the most wanted merchandise at this time in Dry Goods, Ready-to-Wear, Millinery, Ladies' Shoes, Hosiery Silks, Woolens, Notion...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 November 1924

IBS y v1"' • .jgp.> % itwsbmro IflccKtii ^Cetoa, ISBORO FLOWER SHOW BEST EVER HELD HERE ISBORO, TLX AS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1924 Bite of the bad weather Jpboro Flower Show L the women of the ird Club Wednesday and Kof last week was a de flcce.ss More beautiful Lthemuni' were Ker before. The exhibits m nv and artistically ar- V jn' the .,|>acious library 4 of the Carnegie Library fog visited both days by T crowds. The display pro- fit Winnsboro knows how Ljoes grow pretty flowers lit is a fact our town leads j,ers in Northesat Texas | kept lawns and beautl- pwers and shrubbery. chief amusement feature i affair was the ladies' els which presented the of Black vi He" to packed Hum. The Standard Club were assisted in the —A by out siders, and the (iiks The News to say the these was very much ;ed, especially the ne- ,.„.on by Miss Lula Moore Ihe antics by the typical i end woman, Miss Molly i (Mrs. W. E. Beggs), and „njjs and dances. I art exhibit was a beauti- iplay of fine pai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 November 1924

mm raftkalii* w WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY NOV. 20. •1 CAMPBELL'S SALE EXTENDED . «i' I I t* «> w IS m. 1®S; ■ |l I BECAUSE of continuous bad weather on our open- ing day, we have agreed to continue our sale in order that all might have a chance at the BIG BARGAINS we are giving in every purchase made here. ALSO, in this connection we wish to call attention to the fact that we have no shopworn goods to offer, but every article will be found to be first class merchandise. We make you these LOW PRICES because we like you and because we do need money, and lots of it Tnank you for many past favors. Come to See Us. [c CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE AN ORDINANCE Regulating travel and trafic of Automobiles and other vehi- cles on the streets of the City ^f Winnsboro, and providing • penalty. ■ i i • lie it ordained by the City C/ajicil of the City of Winns- boro: It shall be the duty of all per s/us owning, driving, operating o .n charge of any automobile o: other motor vehicle, upon the BUeet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 November 1924

fljj fK MIW ifZAii , nK MINK" KBCBIVES 'VSkIN'^ON'S PKAISE I, v McDonald, producer of L\odand Sam" the Booth 10(1 in story which First ^ recently gave to the e-going wurld as a fi'm follows up this Buccess second Tarkington sto- "-Bov of Mine," a First Na- jl picture directed by Will Baiadine. Pgo pleased was Tarkington h the screen version of Fen l and'Sam" that he consent- to write an original story McDonald's second produc- er First National. The re- jg one of the most human lies Tarkington has ever moy of Mine" is a six-reel i interest drama inter- by well balanced cast of artists, including Henry B. Irene Rich, Rockliffe jowes and Ben Alexander, . last of whom interpreted | role of "Penrod" in "Penrod Sam." See "Boy of Mine" ! the Amusu theatre today Friday. |The Fred Thomson Company (on location shooting the last (the hull fight scenes for the B. 0. star's first picture, ■ his new eight picture con entitled 'Thundering Us." Thompson's popular , Silver King, has a fea- place on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 November 1924

BnSp%• SlBPTOI • V ;• WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY NOV. 20. "fl I k WioDsbiro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor Pubiishrd Every Thursday lli, A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second class mat- ter, September. 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. Advertising rates made known on application. NEWS FOR $1.00 A YEAR Commencing Saturday Novem ber 22, and continuing unti January 1st, the subscription price of The News will be one dollar a year. This applies to renewals, payment of subscrip- tions in arrears and to new sub scribers. After January 1st, we will return to our regular rate of $1.26. For several years the News has put on a reduction price in December and we have foum it to be a good inducement to our readers to get square on our books. Last year nearly al the delinquents paid up while the dollar rate was on. In addition to the above, we will also make a clubbing rate with the Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News, offering both pa- pers one year ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 November 1924

WnWSBOHO WEEKLT NKWs THURSDAY SAM MARTIN JEWELER Siart A Checking Account We shall be glad to have you open a checking account at the First National Hank. We can serve you as good as any bank, we believe better than most banks. Deposit your money as soon as you receive it. Pay all hills by check, it is surprising how much faster you can save money in thf bank than in the |H)cket—Ihiefly because one does not write checks except for necessaries. « ' • first national IIMIORO, . . . . bank TEXA8 Mr. Business Man Due to my inability to manage from lack of ex- perience and desiring to move from here and enter business that I aam aaexperienced in,a 1 am going to sell part or controling interest in Sandlin Mfg. Co., fully covered by U. S. Patent. This is worth lots to Winnsboro, as an advertising medium, furnishing good pay role, furnishing revenue to rail road and post office. What all good proggressive towns need as well as giving up large profits to its owners. Will individ- ual or group...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 November 1924

W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWSLTHUR8PAY NOV.2Q. *4 Ml wmMMnrY iifEoa^ NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE HARMONY NEWS Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Sher- man Murphy, a fine boy. Carl Nichols is home from Dallas to stay. wlllIli Gordon Lee Taylor of Winns boro spent Saturday night with Owen McLarty. Mrs. E. D. Smith spent the week-end with relatives near ^Howard Vaughn and Travis and Owen McLarty are home West Texas. . Miss Cora Reeves sjHint the week-end with Mr. and Mis. Roy Young of Morris Grove. Sam Wilcox has about com- pleted the work on his residen- ce and he now has one of the prettiest, neatest and most up to date house in the community The writer is laid up f om school today on account of an old time bad cold. People, they bad company, and 1 tninK day with Messrs. Edgar and Max Wilkins. Mr. Oscar Lamminack and sisters, Myrtle and Vera, spent Sunday with relatives near Pleasant Grove. Mr. Wortham Craddock, wife and baby spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Craddock. Mrs Helei} Reardon and baby of Oklaho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 November 1924

stMas lo be [vered I SWEET ■>;v v.,. you go |(ord e r 01 |r«ir Benson curving li|!< Mn<i '||K (thr words would Liliwrrler, five on , (fDl'f. AI II"* he nodded ( toward "IB f on, where '•'« idrlM entirely irlnK ilif fence iildH "Five f ot Ljll drift!"', an plenty more KijMiiik-lt- Don't aaa Ltlhl f r WHI. we'll shovel L «n then >«" cun drlvo In tilled. It's three miles back In you can't return «ny more Tt D go ahead. I never tee |h flit. Mehlie It'll ease up ,io v ao we ean sturt to plow lout, but't iiln'r likely you'll I round under two or three I perhaps « week You'll drive I trying, for this wus the iMt nl free delivery No. 3. The J b«n started on an experl- (now whs thought to hardly li, and was to be dropped. _ timl been one of the liadvocateM for It, and had ob- t route, leaving hla oldest boy ^ter the farm. The salary was f,but In a year or ho would en i stock the farm as he had ||«stock li all Ids life. (Hi the snow was cleared dent space fur tlie gate to I and sw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 November 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS TflURSPAY NOV. 20. & -i: ' ;■ ' if ? •• it 'Ml ' m I | f F ' I f ■i ■ M * j I Vl ^ * •-/ I. iS RED TAG SALE Growing Better Each Day NEW Merchandise Arriving Nearly Every Day Be certain to buy THE SALARY RAISE THAT NEVER CAMK your Coat Dress Hat Shoes Dry Goods NOW Cecelia Schroeder was tired She had worked all day in the ( (tindery of a great printing plant. It was but one of the hundrends ol days that had; gone before her. She knew t iat hundreds of similar, drab drea- j ry days awaited her in the fu- j ture. . . , She was tired of waiting for promotions; tired of waiting for salary raises that meant comfort and happiness—salary raises that never came. Discontented she began to think. The girls in the offices were better paid. Their work was much easier, and their hours were not so long. ^ et not one of them came from a better family than she came from. The girls in the office were better paid because they were better trained, they were indispensable. If o...

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

IRENE and a icture! double story under- CTT Uio LlOel I 7 fr- tk<ts ittnebora litem* Ill CHRISTMAS TREE BRNO CONCERT NEXT SUNDAY I'KXArTHrRsOAY. NOVE KM HER 27, 1921 *1.25 PER YEAR HUE GIRLS INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE ruKETIN(i HELD IN WINNSBORO cieties of Winnsboro ,eir guests Tuesday 18, the District offi- White, District Sec. afford, Co"- Superinten- [young people an(* Mrs con. Superintendent gen-ice of Sulphur *Alw> ladies from Mt. 1 iocietv and Forest ety and Mrs Malone Conference. The i called to order by After a song, "If With Me, I'll Go," rd gave us the Devo- _ Prayer Life of Je- the three crisis in his were times of intense len must live well to says Mrs. Gafford was well given and all who heard it. by offering prayer. of the officers of were discussed and irtant points were oot. "What the officers for me and what I can others through it," be- main discussions. Per- ich and prayer being ite of success for a so- iryone present was be- by these discussions. rned for lunch, ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 November 1924

■ I of. lor ■m m i 11 1 MM TEXAS BAN6fcR USV-5 M at: tb • 4 t-«V H t .'* i Itli' i ••t w SiWttfV' l)H -It ! \ \ K WINNSBORO WEEKL HOW 1 \\ fcJNT INTO MO'l K)v I'll I TR 11 MJ be ttii ;-c said "no!* a s v. u Solving k our Bunding <i i ii>* ■ *< 'I {\? .* «;i\ 11 J#J 1 ! Wit vMfr \A CKMBTE1U •' ' K • < ■ a meeting, of the Smyrna terr •/ ccAwmittee Sa tufday noon. M^v. t. it was drcid- i iiTf.v*' the* cemetery worked four t'mes u year, all fcitoi-in jrraves rilled .,itormded once a month. for',tl*iK ,work will bo ro- il 'iirUe l)Cconil>er 1. when •ontWKfcwiU be lot. All bids bt'isfait-d and ma led or trod U .1. 11. Dickson on or 11° t!i< *0 i hi* i'ir*t ■ of December. c<;>fVmri4(f<v reserves the to ryject any or all of the < -'fl. 11. Dixson. Iways w; but rov ' So now I'm a> I know. lint perhaps 1 uughn't lo skip so many ieps. Dad warn,- , i;d me to go to law school; k>o-1 ( ther wanted toe to go to a con- I vent. It w as the S .cred Heait Academy of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 November 1924

V ; S^lf0 Wi KKLV \1 T|| . <K |() TKIfJ 2U,- I'l'l, i.OI)] I to mm I liestl lino of I attend] Girl en-] [be; inn- II expm lid. Tiiej i s from! n/.a retro** TC t'"' _ Since the announcement last week of our annual subscription reduction several of our readers have come in r. id renewed Sav- ing a quarter is the sic-t way to make one, and if you want The News another year you should take advantage of this reduction. Wr$R$ri; New subscriptions, renewals and payments . on arrears all some in on our dollar rate. NEWS CLUBBING RATE ALSO REDUCED Until further notice we will club the Winns- boro Weekly News with the Dallas Semi- Weekly Farm News, sending both one year to the same or separate addresses for \ $1.75 SAVE THAT QUARTER The Star Over the Barn i .-/CHI i.' 1 ( 1 j'l ii iiav.j J f '■ \\ i n I- ' ;r ^ j Tiic :A iri f hristmas ; 'ally [ i HHH; Us II. LtKltt* Ca*& <<?). Intl. WfMgk, 'Till .'i | 'I' II All bci 0 H Hlmtlflo Cbflftt- niu /?><• fhe fntlliijc mow ltu l '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 November 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, NOVEMBER 27, 1924 .i '♦ #? Hps m mm . - jr • if I ? i it n ■Mi , THE3^aM:0NECSNTSALE Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 4, 5 and 6 Liggett'. Opei T^] 200 Cups of Tea for 1C ,i Oriinge IVk,*, Uwn, F | Oolong, Mixed Black and (]re^ 2 One-Hall Founds for 6lc| 5 4- i SIUVUK I CD I AM REXALL SHAV- ING CREAM Produces a thick creamy lather. Will stand up on your face throughout the shave. St'd price, '1 tube 80c This Sale, 2 for 31c PURETEST SPSOM SALT is absolutely free from impuri- t:es and is easy to take. One 16-oz. Pkg 25c Two 16-oz. Pkgs. 26c « $ 'kwmt Highest quality heavy fabric finish—24 4sheets paper, 24 en- velopes. Ribbon-tied, wh te with gold deckle borders. White and tints with fancy l>orders. Standard price, 1 box $1.00 This Sale, 2 boxes $1.01 JONTEEL FACE POWDER With the Cold Cream Base So soft and clinging. Blends per fectly with the complexion. Per- fumed with the wonderful Jon- teel Odor. % Standard price, 1 box 50c. This sale, 2 boxes 51c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 November 1924

W'NNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS t<o\EMBKR 27. 1M4 ■> Mfl| MM ^ ^ ^v^-Murn JT<, 1 SAM MARTIN JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed It Costs You Nothing Whenever you want to open an account—make t tem- porary or permanent investment—provision for your family—consult about your estate—or any other mat- ter of a financial character, we want you to feel per- fectly free to call at the First National Bank and talk it over with us. Our advice costs you nothing and it may be the means of saving you a great deal of mon- ey. - - aii FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINNSBORO, • • TEXAS Over two hundred last Sun- j lay. W atch for a gain of twen- ty five next Sunday. Help the | good work on. M. R. S. S. Special music, vocal, piano, v lolin, trombone, melophone w.th interesting clashes and 225 folks. M. E. S. S. 9:15 Sunday. A busy happy bunch 225 of them Sunday. \1. E. S. S. R J. Turner was in Dallas Wednesday buying for the En- I terprise. still Tho Put Folger's world's fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 November 1924

EM? • . si wmm . - mJ ' . XK < ra w I i fl COMMUNITY IT.EMi kiHY tipCUt SWS -THANHStJIUNr to Cur* inks. Ju i.«.i K I it vy# * r (mi. I :'tiiun4 IIAIiMOiNY *V UilliU J..>ul)h « ny la IfFm ing at Liberty this term, spout tlio wet k-end with home ft'ik- The writer and Morvin Bryc at tended the Hp worth 1/ ugu Program at Morris Grove Sun- day nixht. Wilburn Wit at ley is hack from West Texas and 1 bel eve he is looking for a place in this country for another year. Brother VVylie Woodlin ol Good Hope filled his regular ap po ntment at Mt Zion Satur- day night Sunday and Sunday night. It is reported that a dog went mad in P.ckton and bit one of Robert Miller's little boys. Edgar Bryce is strutting his okra these days with a Dodge car, and the writer had the plea sure of taking a spin down to Newsome in it Sunday after- i oon. William Holloway of the Cen- ter Hill Community informed the writer last .Saturday that he, his father and Troy Stevens would leave today (Monday) for a visit ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 November 1924

S&tifeO VV 8>IV | fifl of ■TP vM -S,o • • Cay and |. -idit.ff the City Win tw- ined [the City B£' -i-f VV nan* itoi lie C -t> iei (ho foiiotif vehicle pru<l>nl lowing •hull be (i care- ard to rnce of .t vehi- ftritil (III- pid con^ | and ali jveS 1 ktjel} I of the e*" essary 1 turn to Lftlie' >"'t when liitreet \ °.v~ Us: I ehicles ie shall i • 011 the r^on on-* ^ !|'<-'le l* ptjler shall pass on Phi< over i vtalu- not turn back to runt I on1 clear kjclf 1 <'• . p&le ulining in- «t from g jhall turn 1 as prac itersect- 'he eor- I to the | Privers M to th tto another, (the r'ght MftUki any ve (I such shall <1 up 11 ho loading, o stand loading ail be ^'on ex- the City v e hides •:t across r before from a treet or iall, before making make a ignal by itlie hand S' as to [the driv. diately fturni'r | No V' ny h( k except pg "i- se shall t the acii j requii < | No vehicle dgh a pror nission of sr and under his di No vehicle shall be than five (5) feet...

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