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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 November 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, NOVEMBER 27, 1M4 -I ■:' ■' If* v « } "Jw- I-Is f1 if ''AirilSk BIG SHIPMENT (."N Just Opened For Our RED TAG SALE /" a* Back from market where whole s&lers gave special prices. We are selling fast at these Red Tag Sale Prices On strictly new fall and advan- ced merchandise. Be one ot the first To secure selections of the cre- am of the market in New Coats Dresses Sweaters Xmas Hats Shoes Hosiery and Dry Goods Xmas Gifts arriving daily. Buy early. 13.75 and 14.75 ladies and misses coats now 9.85. Everything at Red Tag Sale prices. Jk Enterprise THOSE CHRISTMAS CAROLS "./ P: S % MARION R. REAGAN 1114. N.w.MpAr Union > B—| EliVI. SAM >S Blood outaldi- I lie dingy Utile r«Ntnurunt, looking In nl the lieiivllv meiiiiicil windows with the iili rni. viicaut ■tare of rn ' vvhune mind is preorpiiplrd with uit'lunrhol)' thouiilitf People wnlklng along Ihr sidewalks crunched the fresh, dry snow under their heelit. Most of theni were tnlklug and laughing with th...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 December 1924

VM A pNO. aid inspector ,A IS COMING Rulal Aid Supervisor or J Miss Shelby Attwell, > nti/4 inurmpi. j,i visiting and inspect state aid schools Tues ember 2nd, 1924. It h ,gential that the trus- each school meet the in- r>t the time of the visit, .notify the teachers of the f the visit as soon as I pake out the itenerary of ,itfs inspection. I premises and buildings be clean and well kept, rter must be pure and fur , by a fountain. Windows hive shades, the floors desks fastened down, text tovered and cared for, toi it be clean and sanitary l|y constructed blinds ihield them. ichool must have tea- desk and chair, desks for blackboards, globe, 8 historical chart, physio- chart, dictionary, and at "$25. worth of library per teacher. School must tip top shape when in- comes. rfa examination for cer December 5 and 6. Cou >es meet at my office 8, 1924. Report at „v old liooks destroyed. re six of them to be «d. Two geographies, [thmetics, elementary ag Texas and Federal U. Searcy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 December 1924

f «a,i (i KM | fi. • # WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY DEC. 4. ;., ff- \ 4 | fj!8 __ ^ RBiStJiw fildiillluww^^wjiutuiB that'll yUaAe Your Dolla 1 qiftiii Ik J r.^w W / .^VJaiUVh Friday and Saturday, Dec. 5 and 6 at PERKINS BROS. CO. I % ■ Hi Friday morning, this Dollar Day Event opens and will continue until Saturday evening. During these two days your Dollars will work magic. Every department will be represented with offering* that are remarkable Then, too, besides the Dollar items, there will be offerings of unsual interests. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, THE DAYS THAT A DOLLAR IS WORTH MORE THAN 100 CENTS AT I PERKINS BROS. COMPANY 12 YARDS VAL. LACE FOR $1. German Val. Lace in desirable widths and good quality. KOTEX, 2 FOR $1.00 Regular 6Sc size that is very special at 2 for $1. 5 LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS Pure linen handkerchiefs with 1-4 in hem and embroidered comers. Very pretty quality linen. WOMEN'S MUSLIN GOWNS Womn's long sleeve Muslin gowns trimmed with embroid- ery, v-neck styles. Som...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 December 1924

7 two I table AT iy and $1.00 | satur- *1.00 sizes; $1.00! s, for $1.00 I iilacks, lor $1.00 flay, 5 $1.00 plain $1.00 Kir reg lg $!• jwvns ($1.00 terns, [$1.00 val- .ny. J I $1.00 de- Ithree 51.00 [dark j for 51.001 nl l.oo ploi-s I [ onel 1.00 land foi1 Ckan— liung MMSB THEATRE Always G«od Show— Let's Go! [iHHATER MOVIE SEASON NOW ON TODAY and FRIDAY A TREAT FOB YOUNG AND Ol.l) I the folk- of yesterday met the people of today—what J happen? What would our reckless, jazz mad pits k of their sedate sistere of long ago?—and vice versa? .s a comedv melo-drama with the quaint customs of EU ami the jazz revels of today—a real novelty. _ A Ghostly Night" A Jimmy Aubrey —COMEDY MJLTS, 23c SATURDAY picture for every woman and child > loves t<> see a good i win! \ home run show! t's greatest Motion are. A galloping 4- :er. "HIT AND RUN" STARRING Hoot Gibson MONDAY and TUESDAY BY JOVE, SUCH LAUGHS! [kfhimrwntnlj fj/htiun* *•11 lulw i 'Mil N ▼ t WlTM - w EDWARD MORTON , - ,th Mr. Kur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 December 1924

■r - ■ r , t ;V ^!: ;i m * i ■ mi \h ? I 'i '' ':■ •' i II lV 1 " I I wfoffia - WINNSBORO WEBKLY NEWS THURSDAY DEC. 4. I ml m SAM MARTIN JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clock. Optical Goods. Allty Guaranteed It Costs You Nothing Whenever you want to open an account—make t tem- porary or permanent investment—provision for > oui 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. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINNSBORO, TEXAS Winnsboro 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. CONSTABLES SALE B. F. Campbell vs. A. E. Wyatt. In Justice Court Pre- cinct No. 4, Wood County lex* ...

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

■ look!! WHAT FINE ENTERTAINMENT WE HAVF SELECTED FOR YOU ANI) YOl'Rs DURING Christmas Week AT THE amusu theatre Everybody will Enjoy these Fine Pictures! MONDAY and TUESDAY DECEMBER 22 and 23. Harold Bell With John Bowers and Marguerite de la Motte ALSO— Comedy and Pathe News —ADDED adults 30c children 10c WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY DECEMBER 24 and 25 XMAS EVE and XMAS DAY Beache's of love Rex stary and romance mid the fren- zy of the oil l\ r<;r (r ,/ k* * ttj t. «j '* a -n. .-'4 With Milton Sills, Anna Q. Nilsson, Alice Calhoun and Crawford Kent, Locale of Story Banger and Dallas, Texas. ALSO GOOD COMEDY ADDED ADULTS 25c CHILDREN 10c FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, DECEMBER and 27 The Wonder Dog of "The Silent Call" and Brawn of the North"— j 11 5 - ter Supported by a big all star cast. A new thrill drama <>t the Northland ALSO— (iood Comedy —ADDED ADULTS 25c CHILDREN 10c ATTEND THE DAY SHOWS OPEN FROM 1 P. M. TO 11 P. M. Every Day MAKE YOUR PLANS NOW To see these unusually big attract...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 December 1924

WINN9B0R0 NEWS THURSDAY DEC.JL_ s■ if A* th'f M jL '(Ms £1 TEXAS RANGER GIVES FACTS IN CASE "A* & wuitif iiiuii on the plains n( e*t Tax 11, 1 11 veil h althv t-'jgcr&l llff. K our« yean nervwl with flrsi formation «>f th« IV* an IlktiKcn tfiive nit' w H|jl«'HiliJ oonntl lull on bin a* years came on, the I just hoar* s |>ent In the aailille sta- iteil telling °n my Stomach and tCidue.v* Durinsf the paat five yo;ii' I have suffered a/nule*. 1 wa* bothurad with my kidm-ys, oouid not Aleep and nnlhlnv that I ! <•' would it^rec with nu Stom- JhOlt. i became a ntirvou* wrook uml I*t wftij^ht conttnou*ly. I apent litm* J re of dollar* «eekiny relief itui nothlnjf did me any good un* 1,1 aijr rtruifirist, recommended Na- U?re * iron Tonic. I noticed a decided I'lianjfe for the better after taking the first l> ittle 4 continued taking it and today I would not lake one thousand dol- lar* for the wonderful tfood It ha* done for me. My Stomach Trouble 1* gone, my Kidney* ne...

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

HfclSv' -M WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY DEC. IBIrV.Td *w NOW •: sS3f ?]'^at--r--ir '4 u. :.■.)iii.r;.«v si „i%.. i. W (v «,*. Since the announcement last week of our annual subscription reduction several of our readers have come in and renewed. Sav- ing a quarter is the easiest way to make one, and if you want The News another year you should take advantage of this reduction. 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 Winne- boro Weekly News with the Dallas Semi- Weekly Farm News, sending both one year to the same or separate addresses for ■ . I I i $1.75 > « S. gnu ; t ! • 'L Fir- mm in National For—ti CiriltwuH with cigar;, ctg*. rettes, pipe ashes, tui'i matches wu tlw must; of tki3 forest fire* within the boundaries of national forenta during t!)•.';!. according to figurtw re- cently compiled by the forest **rt- ice, United States Deportment of Agriculture. Tlve du...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 December 1924

DEC. 4. CHRISTMAS SALE AND FINAL CLEANS at* I l&ti I ■ , i I' L 1 <«v,. «•" f . > fi If s yt: I A coat sale that means a saving of twenty to forty per cent to you. $9.85 to $29.75 Practical Christmas gifts that are lasting. 7 spools of the best sewing thread for 25c. Sansilks, 7c; Crochet thread, 8c; Embroid- ery thread 3 for 10c 22c and 25c unbleached canton flannel for 14c. 29 and 35c wide, linen finished gingham new patterns, 19c. 19c and 25c gingham chambrays, with oth- er dry goods on 14c table. 8c Dry Goods on Sale. Quilt lining, Light Percale etc. 36-inch heaviest outing, 25c; Regular 25c outing, J 18c Pepperel Sheeting, Domestic, Shirting, at Ked Tag Sale Prices. All 10c and 15c Palmolive toilet soaps, 7c 25c Palmolive talcum powder, Two for 25c 25 per cent of on braids when one dollar's worth or more '.s purchased. Special attention to hemstitching this mon th. Threads free. Christmas handkerchiefs, 5c, 10c, 15c and 25c specials. PURSES New patterns, specially pri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 December 1924

13.95. selec. with with bsting ludly ft# >V|NNSBORO 1 (ilKL MARRIES KBtinilf : Ha ald Record) . h i,pv marriage of W tut 'Jfield ot tnis ctt> to Xirette Mars of Sul 2s. i"a ^ethodi*t ■n ffp last Sunday Cf fruition of a pretty ro- I that ha.1 its beginning /these fin young LdenUt at the Deaf and Institute at Austin Mayfieid. accompanied mother, Mr. J. I- Niay- d near Indian Gap. and wther, Marion Mayfieid. to Waco Sunday to meet ^ the fai«" young girl, i eeremonv was read by luhreU at 3:15 o'clock in jernoon the party re- j to Hamilton and were id in the home of the aunt, Mrs. J. C. With- Ivheiv a wedding supper Lived and where they are C their home temporarily Ljroom belongs to one of Eton county's most prom- Tfimilies, and is a young m high principles, indus- L and posesses a most at- pre personality. He has T| special study of leather (and ho'd- a responsible po lwith B. A McClendon sad Jind harm -s concern. He reartd in the Indian Cap Bnity and •. verybody out way is his fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 December 1924

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS, DECEMBER 11. 1924 mm. $3 KM- ■ I i ii I § 1 H ! 1 |j 5 w • I 1 SAM MARTIN JEWELER Fine RepairingTcCckj Optical Goods. AH % ■■■■Guaranteed Christmas Bazaar The Ladies of the Christian Church will hold their annual Christinas Bazaur on December 13 at Snow building. Will have a nice assortment of handmade Christmas Gifts suitable for any •4e. Also an interesting fish pond for the kid- dies. And cakes, home-made candies and other dainties. You are invited. Committee. BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES 1 Wionsb&ro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday $1.25 A YEAIl 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. METHODIST CHURCH We had a splendid day last Sunday. We had 243 present in Sunday school and good inter- est in the morning and evening services. Now the need of our church is 100 more Methodists to attend Sunday sc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 December 1924

WtNNHHOKi) WKKKty ICJU IESPI 5: lusede lV€ 1 tor ,pli. .0. in- BiH su,re WBWi* DKCgMBKK 11, 19>1 'Hi# leading Htor« It 15II) To PILOT Mayers & Schmidt Tyler, Texas Sale Of i & WRAPS One-Third Off On [dies and Misses COATS Small Charge For Alteratio ns iThe bitrsrest clearance of modish Coats fo; Ladies and Miwe begin* tomorrow, bout ^xvptjoii wiU^be^ placed on sale every Udie8 and Miwes Coat in ,lock from |Do not wait buying your Coat any longer, „b now your choice u complete while on they will be more or leas pickedover. 1 ' [fine materials, Superior Styles, Tasty Trimmings and better our exits from the many others. workmanship distin- LADIES COATS MISSES COATS S9.50 COATS $19.50 tJjO C0\TS - - *26.35 19.50 COATS $33.00 19,50 COATS . , $39.00 1,50 COATS $16.50 [5.00 COATS ..... t_ $50.00 K.00 COATS $63.50 115.00 COATS ... $76.50 125.00 COATS $83.50 135,00 COATS $90.00 150,00 CO ATS $100.00 189,0(1 COATS $120.00 $10.00 COATS $6.67 $12."i0 COATS $8.35 $15.00 COATS $10.00 $...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 December 1924

WINNSBORO WBEKLY NEWS, DECEMBER 11, 1924 if ml I I Personal Service There is a service that goes with the deposit and it is the aim ofthe First National Bank to give the best service possible. Business man, Professional man, Far mer, Clerk, you give the service we give. Have you a Bank account? If not, we want you to start one now, we don't care howsmall an amount you start with, we wat you to make the start. 7 FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINN8B0R0, TEXAS Heardquarters Jfor Christ- mas goods. P. P. Martin. Mrs. R. G. Andrews visited Mrs. E. L. Egger at Paris last j Saturday. Ladies, have your button* | covered and hemstitching done' by Emma Burougha at Proctoi Bros, store. If possible you should shop early, but on the other hand, of you can not shop early, then come later and be assured that our prices will be the same all the way through the Christ- mas season. P. P. Martin. t You will find many beautiful Xnms gifts at the Christian Church bazaar, December 13 at Snow building. The Winnsbor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 December 1924

RV g?*****" WWtW-T DKCEMRER 11. 1924 save! super opportunity to buy ENT REDUCED w w ™ w oats and Dresses Now On n-end Reductions! 8 o'clock Wednesday Morning liber 10 ivery first thing! Just think, our entire stock of t amazing season-end reductions—just when you i the holidays—right in time to serve you moat! i chain of stores, in tremendous quantities secur- pnent salt-, marking our drastic reductions from jer to make this Pre-Holiday Event the most sue- ren years. 3 Groups Given Here « 20 85 I MATERIALS FEA bolivias, granite r suede like fabrics I fur trimmed, every the very latest sent New York de- liekction! Come ear- i on these coats will out. LAVISHLY F U R TRIMMED Coats with seal, Black, Fox and Fitch. Coats that will instantly and unmistakably emphasize your gooi taste and judgement. Materials ot Kasha Stripe, Broadtail, New Ze.u Bolivia, and Velour. We are not using this page as a means of selling these coats, such coats sell themselves, but becausc we want every woman in ...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NKWS, DECEMBER 11, 1924 Li ■ ■ I ■Kg j I|| r r I I El Many Varietiea of Rote Familiar to Botanisti The bom* gardener, watching hi* yetted ruse bushes OQme to bloom, mjs the Protidenuo Journal, luav reflect with interest that there are 14,000 varieties of the row. The celobraU'd rose garden in Paris, at Bagatelle iu the Hoi* <l« Boulogne, •hows them if anybody douhls it, eud the curator i> not sure that liii collection is yet complete—there ha- Oeon for many years a standing in- vitation to growers all over the world to let him know if they think they have a new kind. When the Empress Josephine took up h«r rwidencc at Iteuil, now a Frenrh shrine, she proposed to grow a complete collection of rose* in the beautiful park, but hud to be satisfied with 1,000 wonderful varieties. Botanists tell us thut the speuea number only 30 or 40, al- though twice as many more are in the twilight zone between sperics and varieties. The Bagatelle gardon undoubtedly holds the worl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 December 1924

WPW8B0K0 WEEKLY N WS, DECEM.iKft IM1 EARLY SHOPPERS Will find a complete stock of suitable toys for Boyi on display at our store, cuch as: Trycycles, Boy's Wagons, Boy's Knives, Boy's Foot- balls, Basket Ballc, Kiddie Kars, Cap Pistols. Base Balls, Baseball Mits, Baseball Gloves, Baseball Bats, Flashlights, AirRifles, pumps and single shots, Elec- tric traens very reasonable, any boy would be pleas- ed with such a toy. We have a good stock of serviceable toys' We in- vite you to look them oyer. Don't wait until the last minute and then take something that you don't want. BUY NOW. GIST & SONS "The Store With the Right Kind of Service" Two More Weeks Till Christmas What Will You Give Him? iy your gift will be a lasting one. linies like this it would be toolish ><>! ptopU to give anytK'.r but a lasting gift Ai.d—Yoi know tl.o time is getting ck = \ .Just [ two veeks left. When you start finding Xmas gifts for all your friends these t\u> weeks will be mighty short. Come ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 December 1924

WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS, DECEMBER 11, 1924 i * * 7 BUSY DAYS NOW Be one of us. A warm welcome. Quantities of Christmas Gifts at such interesting prices. New Winter Merchan- dise at Red Tag Sale Prices TEXANIZING TEXAS Exciting 25 Ct. Grab Sale Guaranteed 25 cts. worth of merchan- dise. You can't lose. Interesting. Worth fhile. Some are re- ceiving tickets good for a regular raeal. Others gas- oline for their cars. Christmas gifts. Staple merchan- dise, hosiery, toilet articles, silverware acme dollar bills avaong them, num- i -t 50c pieces, etc. The unique work of "Texaniz ing Texas" has been set for it- selfby the Texas Centennial Committee of On« Hundred in advance of its meeting at Aus- tin, January 19th. At this meet ing it is proposed to take steps toward raising fund of $100,- 000 to be employed in educa- tional work in preparation for the Centennial. To those who entertain sur- prise as to why there should l>e such an educational cam- paign it is suggested that this Centenni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 December 1924

A/) / n "XV. NO. 12. itmsborotterivin WINNSBORO WOOD COI'NTV, THC'R.S |)K(. IH. 1924. 11.25 PUR YEAR. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION I FRANK morris FfllX PREACH here SUNDAY, DEC. 28th tv. (Judge) Frank Morris, (gl evangelist of the M. E. ch South, will preach at Methodist church in Winn- on /Sunday, Dectembor at the morning hour. Rev /is conducted some wonder- 'levival meetings in Illinois, itucky and other states rig the summer, gaining a r reputation as an evangelist. Iwill appreciate all his fri- here coming out to hear on the day mentioned a- RICULTURAL meeting Itveral business men and ers met at the Chamber [Commerce room Friday af- and heard Roger Da county agent of Franklin pty, talk on agricultlra especially boys clubs ich he was organizing in pklin county, modestly ask- the citizens of Winnsboro on tribute to the prize fund clubs in lower Franklin tli were in thig town's terri y. Talks were made by M [Carlock, W. H. Carter and (rs. A committee was ap- ited to convass the town donatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 December 1924

f :• <•••' ' h I . Jt f 11 WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS PEC., 18, 1924. Come to the Big Sale of the J. B. ROBERTS General Store Stock SMALL AVIATOR COM- ING TO THE BIG SALE TWO AIR NAVIGATORS TO MAKE ASCENSIONS DURING OPENING DAY OF THE BIG SALE One of the cutest little fellows imaginable has been secured by the Powell Sale System to guide airships oyer the city before the opening of the big sale this firm is conducting here. I He is now on his way to this city from Cincinnati, Ohio, and has the reputation of being the smallest aviator in the country. If weather conditions permit, he will make his first ascension from the top of the store about 9:30 a. m., opening day, and when he sails over the tops of the buildings he will carry in his hand an order for two excellent prizes which he will hand over to the first person he meets when he returns from his trip through the clouds and alights on terra firma. The airship man is not the o>nly attraction that has been se- cured by the Powell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 December 1924

WIX.N.SMOHO WEEKLY NEWS DEC.. 18, l 24. Brighten The Home With Your Gift I You can do this with a Coleman lamp. ,Every member of the family will enjoy the soft light of a Coleman. It will be better for the school children studying at night. Better on those who read or sew. 20 times as much light as an old stylt lamp. Cost no more to operate than anoil lamp. Your fam ily will appreciate your thoughtfulness. They will like your choice. Buy a Coleman lamp for family Christmas. CAV PISTOLS & A MUNITION For the kids: FOOT BALLS BASKET BALLS BASE BALLS ? BASEBALL BATS BASEBALL MITS BASEBALL GLOVES ELECTRIC TRAINS TRICYCLES BOYS WAGONS KIDDIE KARS AIR RIFLES. 1000 SHOT AIR RIFLES, PUMP Basket Balls, Foot Balls, Volley Balls, make ideal gifts for boys. They are as tough as a pig's nose and stand unbelievable punishment. Just the thing for the boy. they use them all the year. Pocket Knives make good gifts, especially for the elder boys. We have a good se- lection. Other toys that we do n...

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