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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

i«5. •• * ' • SJ • -v , ' ■; .' W-; . ■ r-v ' .• Covers Marion And ;; Parts Of Cass And Harrison Counties 1111 «| « + ., ; UlhM 4 t# r.< 1MIMIIMIIMMIIIIMH ■ • W '■ MAGAZINE S * ;.f The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Th® Only Home Owned Paper In Marion County '>■> MIIHII IUMIMt«wi VOLUME XLIV. KENEDY, KARNES COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1939. NUMBER 37. NOT AB L MEWS EVENTS IN PICTURE T.V,"TV.! . ■ t A'i ii Hi*. - * %w # * ->m ^ 'HH IJ i ■ < *•* | m EARLY FALL FASHION Marjorie Weaver selected a green wool suit for early fall afternoon wear. Trimmed with black fur plastrons, the ensemble is set off «mwhi WHERE NAZI BOMBS PELL IN CRISIS BREAK— CRYSTAI "AND CORRECT Here's Kipernik Place, main thoroughfare In Warsaw, Poland, one —Sonja Henie, petite skating of cities bombed by Nazi airmen in series of raids. v . \ star of Hcxecn and arena, select- or a green felt ha high m crown, STRATEGIC CENTERS DESTROYED AS...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

r " 4 Traininq U. S. Pilots at the Randolph Field —J . iUu/ia «.+ wVnVh the cadet about to 1 By RUSSELL OWEN San Antonio, Texas. (New York Timet) IlIGH up over Randolph Field, near San Antonio, Texas, the army- training school for fledging fliers, a tiny shop rolls and twists and spins. In it a young lad, helmet and goggles on his head, is strapped in his seat. One hand on the throttle and the other on the stick, he is getting his wings. Wind shrieks in the struts, his propeller howls as he dives, around him the earth spins crazily until he straight- ens out and goes into another manoeu- vre. To the groundling down below it seems that the boy is doing his stuff pretty well, but the instructor, an old, old fiier of 31, shakes his head. "Not smooth," he says. "He is hav- ing a hard time learning to go into those rolls. He's jerky with his con- trols. Have to talk to him about it again. But he'll learn." That youngster, trying to make a sensitive airplane behave as it should, so that o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

|as id ph | at I to |ig- iif pry on- at bst, Ltia tal- lat ler I Use. 3d- md the and sdi- CURRENT COMMENT By A STAFF EDITOR (Onpyrtshl 1819, la til* Southwnt MuuIdi Co.) Second World War IY invades Poland and starts another World War. This time Germany strikes first to the east instead of to the west. Guns roared and men died in the drive of the Third Reich to try to prove the old Prussian adage that might makes Tight. How many men must die, how inany graveyards must be filled, who -can say? At this writing it is impossible to forecast how long the war will last, what turns it will take. In fortifica- tions on the western front, in air forces and in other respects the combatant na- tions are far ahead of where they were in 1914. Then the war started as a war of movement and settled down into a war of fortifications. It seems now to be on a reversed schedule, for both France and Germany have built the powerful Maginot and Siegfried forti- field lines along their Rhine boundaries. Ger...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

BRIEF TEXAS NE f f rom Over the State CHAIRS FROM GUM TIMBER A small factory in East Texas, near Lufkin, is manufacturing chairs out of kiln-dried gum timber and other hard- wood timber. So far orders have ex- ceeded the factory's output. U. OF T. REGISTRATION AHEAI) OF LAST YEAR Officials of the University of Texas estimate that 11,000 students will reg- ister this year, including 1,600 fresh- men, an 8 per cent increase over last term. Forty new members have been added to the faculty. TEXANS BUY MORE CARS Sixteen representative Texas coun- ties reported to the University Bureau of Business Research, Austin, that they had 35.2 per cent more passenger cars registered during the first eight months of 1939 than in the similar period last year, and 20.2 per cent more commer- cial cars. FIRST LETTER TO SANTA CLAUS The first letter to Santa Claus so far this year was received at the Houston postoffice in September and promptly handed over to Postmaster Dunlop, who said he would see that ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

* 1 A LITTLE F UN JykesltoM?ke You Laugh fce [r! I )o td Df Id I)f ie ie al Ic- llt |.v. ty re 511 id jn 3d lat prs es, hit re" fcn- ct- bst ng ies ol- ig- ;rs ad, on ro- th by lea ird 00 ist- lit !so Johnnie's Awful Grammar "Johnnie, what did you hare for treakfast ?" "Teacher, I et six eggs." -Why, Johnnie! You should say 'ate'." ■"Well, maybe it was eight that I et" Same Sandy Sandy Macpherson came home after many years, and met his old sweetheart Hooey-laden memories thrilled through the twilight and flushed their glowing cheeks* "Ah, Mary," exclaimed Sandy, "ye're just as beautiful as ye ever were, ami I ha'o never forgotten ye, my bon- mie lass.** "And ye, Sandy," she cried, while her -eyes moistened, "are just as big a liar as ever, an' I believe ye just the same."' Tastes Differ Jimmy (at the circus): "Don't you wish you was one of them aerialists an' fly through the air?" Johnny: "Naw, I'd rather be an elephant eat peanuts an' squirt water through my nose." II Pays to Adver...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

11 ■■ TEXAS FARM NEWS REPORTS According to reports in the! Uncle Ed McCroy, of Rich- office of J. B. Waide, Jr.,jardson, (Dallas county), is county agent of Moore coun-! the proud grower of a cucum- ty, W. W. Burnett made a ber vine that has netted him It is reported that thei A recent survey shows large number of quail in | that during the past two West Texas this season is years there has been an in a result of the dry spring which permitted a majori- yield of seventeen bushels of j and Mrs. McCroy over 280 cu- wheat per acre on land seeded cumbers from which Mrs. ty of the eggs to hatch. on the contour, while a near- j McCroy has canned .">4 quarts j by wheat field (which was land half gallons. He says There are other uses for not seeded on the contour) next year he intends to raise eggs besides scrambling made only acre. 12 bushels per 500 cucumbers from the one plant. A thoroughbred Duroc sow, J. D. Laney, of Camp coun- owned by Harvie Gee, of j },a(j been bothered all the H...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

11 QUALITY BAND and ORCHESTRA J INSTRUMENTS Writ# for catalog, men- tioning the instrument in which you are interested. • FREE TRIAL— EASY TERMS WrilVTLE MUSIC CO. 1213 Elpi St. Dallas, Texas big city airports There has always been a station. When sweat i n g stage-coach horses pulled to a halt after a gallop across the wilds, there was the log tavern where a tired traveler could warm himself, rest and get a bite to eat. Then came the railroad, perhaps the biggest single thing to happen to the Unit- ed States. The railroad sta- tion became the center of town. It connected one main street with another. In the big cities rose gigantic ter- minals, where you could get everything from the home- town newspaper to a mani- cure while waiting for train connections. Now, the airport. It's like nothing else in history. It's unlike any railroad terminal or bus station. But, like the 16-year-old boy, who sudden- ly discovers he almost grew up overnight, the big city air- port has slipped out of...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

r 4 WHEN IT RAINS, IT POURS COSTS A FAMILY ONLY 2c A WEEK! IODIZED OR PLAIN Household Helps MRS. MARGARET.'STUTE, Editor, Route 5, Bo* 179-B, Fort Worth, Texu. TRAINING IJ S. PILOTS AT to find out where he wan. The •r*w i field was full of sheep, but he THE RANDOLPH FIELD Idodged them in getting down, and . „ „„ nv then withstood the protestations (Continued from Page 2) flf an outraged farmer until he the students make the grade. The j could take off again. He was so easy and sure touch on the stick, [ concerned about protecting the the smooth co-ordination of mus- j sheep on one side of the field that cles and mind which mark the j he forgot to look over the other good pilot are learned only after | side, and hit a tree with his right hours of practice. Primary train- j wing, wiping the wing off and ing takes sixty-five hours under | generally mussing up the ship. the new arrangement, and basic training, which includes formation flying, takes seventy-five more. The pilot is put th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 13 October 1939

I / ******************* ; The Only Home ;; Owned Paper In I Marion County !! The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association ;; Covers Marion And ]; ! 1 Parts Of Cass And < ;; Harrison Counties ! Issued Every Friday J«f{*rson, Texas, Friday. October 13, 1939 VOL. 3— No 26 This is Entry Week in the Weekly Payroll Club Campaign Officially Opens Few Entrants to Date; Eight Big Awards; Generous Corn- Offered; You PEDESTRIAN WALK ACROSS F missions Keeping Contest? The dreain of the citizens of Jefferson and those across the river is at last being realized as work on the pedestrian walk across Cypress river is now under way W hat Is!and ,his much needed safety precaution will be finished in a few days. This walk will protect hundreds of people daily and will be a great benefit to school children, who have been forced to cross on the bridge, regardless of traffic. Out of the In last week's edition, the Marion County Courier extended an open inv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 13 October 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COVRIBI Ml' * JUDGE RAMSAY 10 ADDRESS TWO DAY SHORT COURSE County Judge Asa E. Ramsay will address Negro farmers and farm wives at the district short course at New Zion community V the night session, on October 19. Vocational agriculture instructor, Roscoe Lewis and T. L. Wedgeworth, Negro County Agent, estimate the attendance W exceed 700. The program for the two day short course is as follows: Oct. 19 Ffcbt Day New Zion School 10:00 A. M.—12:00, Gardening, Geo. GarmoN farm, Preparation of seed bed and planting—H. S. Estelle Frame gardens and sub-irriga- tion—J. H. Williams ]'2:00—1:80 P.M.. Noon recess 1 30 P. M. —8:00 Fruit growing S. Benton farm Soil preparation and planting t,rees--H. S. Estelle, Pruning and spraying an;l cultiva tion—J. H. Williams li'OO P. M.--4:30, Butcheringl pork. Sarn Stanton farm Method demonstration in kill- ing and curing pork—J. H. Williams 7:30 P:Af.—9 00, Night program. T. L. Wedgeworth, Negro County Agent, in charge * Opening Exer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 13 October 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COVIUER TRADE AT— QUALITY /*f£f9CM. ,/*////'>< •''''"'•'■'"'■"/ma-""'- '*"/•>'' Marshall, Texas AND SAVE Go to Church Sunday jsa DR. H. T. WINDT Optometrist In Windt Jewelry 207 N. Washington Marshall, Texas i£Q These Marshall Firms Appreciate and thank you for your patronage P0RTa„AfKS;daFkRsAMES Harkrider Furn. Co. Free Delivery Easy Terms Truly appp^ciBteyoiir tiiiNiui'NN Miller Studio 1 or. K. M null. IirxhulI HILLBILLY HATCHERY ^ TostJrl P.hifU-R 1202 East Grand Tested Thicks O der Now VISIT OUR— Modernized Hardware Store Logan & Whaley Marshall, Texas J. BERWALD & COMPANY The Popular Dept. Store Cor. N. Bolivar & E. Houston DRINK In Bottles We Specialize in; ' BABY'S WEAR Mel^ellanVs Phone CITY GARAGE Phone CT02T Auto Body and Fender Repair^ ' ■ ■ ' ■ U ■ i McCIARFN SERVICE STATION That Good I3o On. , ... Dixie Silencer 17c Complete one-stop service u«umr,i3o«K«raiiiV Marous-Kdriel Clo, Co. Polo Leather Jackets, Sweaters,-etc. STUDENTS AP...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 13 October 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER SKt' -i if -.Mi m i ■ . % COURIER ANNOUNCES A BIG Weekly Payrol I !?apsCa COPYRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION DRIVE 2 Big Prizes 8 Big Awards r/OfiXi/ If CAMPAIGN Officially Opens October 13 th K'lii'irKpMonn may be tajan '<• following 'Ms an- A Job for Many Ambitious People in Marion and Adjoining Counties Coarr "'on is op-cn io men and women, married or single, and boys and girls of the lore ambitious sort residing in this city and surrounding territory. It costs no Hung to try, and as all participants are guaranteed compensation for every effort expended, you positively cannot lose. Read this announcement carefully -every word of it—then clip the coupons below and send them in for yourself or a friend. Remember, a good start is the battle half won. The Clan Is New - The Work Is Easy - The Rewards Big FIRST G-RA2TD AWARD CAMPAIGN Officially Closes November 25 th .lust a few short week* to wlii prizes and commissions worth thousands of dollari. a Your Choice of $822...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 13 October 1939

ii jus .jif TO STRINGS mm. THE MARION COUNTY COURIER NO COST NO OBLIGATIONS EVE1Y0ME AND EVERY SATURDAY IS PAY DAY III THIS CAMPAIGN JUST STARTING! BtSrn Now Don't Watt! 1 Real Opportunity-Costs Nothing to Enter and win me of the valuable awards Earn Your Extra Xmas Money Now You can't lose in this liber- al. well paying campaign. Make 7 wenty per cent. ^Weekly Payroll^ |P— conoaHT J1 I PLAN IN BRIEF The.object of this Mr "Weekly Payroll" Drive is two-fold, Piimarily, lo increase the already large sufcfdp^faii list of tills newspaper; to wlicci arrearages and advancn subscription payment* from present or obi subscribers, and at tlie same time to afford tHe live-wire, energetic nwn and women, hoys and arlrl*. of this territory an oppor- tunity lo profit In n BIG way through their spare time during the next few weeks. So, It Is a plan that works both ways, and to the ultimate good of all concerned. I# order to Rain this end quickly and advantageously, the mom attractive awards ever of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 13 October 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER 1 4 THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) HRADSHAW PUBLISHER Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, J879. HubscriptioH (In the County) Subscription (Foreign) SUM) Pit Veilr | $1.5(1 Per Yeat Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Marion County Courier will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. Kildare Girls To Open Cage Season On Friday Night The Kildare High School girls' basketball team will open the 1939-40 season on Friday night, October 13. Their opponent will be Oil City. The Eagles did not plan on opening their season early, but Oil City will enter the Shreveport lair tournament, and wanted a game with the Eagles on the above date. Practically a new team will take the floor on open- ing night, as most of the 1938-39 team will not be back this yea r. Coach...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 13 October 1939

I K THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Riverside Barber Shop HAIR CUT . 25c SHAVE .... 20c Andrew Thompson, Prop. : Your Patronage Appreciated Life j. s. Health Mack' Haircuts 35o Shaves 20o QUALITY WORK Three Chairs Always Ready to Serve You NELSON'S BARBER SHOP Next to Sugar Bowl Cafe Children's High top Ladles' Rayon Slips,— School Shoes Guaranteed for ser- all sizes 25c each vice. all sizes 98c Men's Winter Unions 49c 27-incli CHEVIOTS 5c yard Ladies' and Children's Cotton ribbed Stock- Limited ings— Ladies80 square Print 10c Dresses, all sizes, 44c Women's Work Ox- 30 in. Domestic, good quality, fords— 98c 10 yards for 4:>c Men's Scout Shoes— Children's Winter Un- $1.19 ions, all sizes— 39c SHAPIRO'S Jefferson's Own Department Store J. A. PIERCE ATTENDS LOST My English Shepherd Dog, black and tan marking, Eighteen months old. $25.00 reward for return unharmed. J. R. RAINEY At Rogers National Bank. Accident Lewis Insuranee Automobile Accident STILL HAVE PRE-WAR PRICES Due to European ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 13 October 1939

HMi r THE MARION COUNTY COURIER 4 Born—to Mr. and Mrs. Don Molls, of Eldorado, Ark.. S unday, Oct. 8, a boy. The .voting man has been named Kenneth Donald. The mater- ial grafidparenin are Mr. and Mrs. (Jas. E. Hale, of lhi city. L. A. Thompson was KilgoreTuesday. in Mr. and Mrs. Ciuce Stark and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Web- ster spent the week end with relatives In Keaumont and Orange. FOR SALE—70 acres, part, tfuod farm land, running water WANTED TO BUY—All This land leased. 10 acres of kinds of antiques, including r« valty included. Paying small c0in8 stamps, guns, lamps, ">i,:r.t;iiS.leM than ,200' *." • . u A. THOMPSON AND SON,«l*erware, booke. pointings,! papers and Indian nelics ' MILTON G. FORT, Kidneys Musi Clean Out Acids Excess Ac Ida and poisonous wastes In your blood are removed chiefly thru 9 million tiny <Vllc te Kidney tubes or filters. And non- organic und non-systemic disorders o< tlic Kidneys or Bladder may cause Getting Up Nlghtn, Nervousness. Leg Pains,'Circle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 27 October 1939

>£■* r The Only Home Owned Paper In Marion County ... ;;;-rrrrm ■ i ii ■ 71 cutZh jyf ** The Marion CountY Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association ;; Covers Marion And • > Parts Of Cass And ! \ « I | II Harrison Counties ; j Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. October 27, 1939 VOL. 3— No 28 ONLY 9 MORE DAYS OF BIG VOTES IN CAMPAIGN I Several Active Candidates Work Hard as Period Draws to Close Help Your Favorite During "Opportunity |gg] (jjj OFFERS Bulldogs Continue t© March Forward TEXAS STATE FAIR! By VAN ESS DOLEN Week" To Ee a* The Top of the List —Plenty of Line to Enter $20 10 SCHOOLS IN II Mrs. Geo. H. Call, president [represented of the 1881 club, announces that a prize of $20 has been set up to be divided equally be- itvveen the white and colored schools for the best paper pre- pared on "How to Prevent Tuberculosis." Mrs. Call states for 13 years members of the 1881 Club have sold tuberculosis seals in an effort to stamp out ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 27 October 1939

i. ..< 4 THE MARION COUNTY COURIER JLXXJAL — PERSONAL|Parent Teachers Sponsoring Hal- loween Carnival J. B. Whelari was in Mar- shall Tuesday. Jas. E. Parsons returned Sunday from a Business trip to Dallas, Mrs. P. L. Kennedy and Mrs. T. H. Wolliriiin were in Shreve. port Wednesday. Paul Meyer, of Marshall, spent the week end here with home folks Mrs. M. K. Knight hiis re- turned from a visit with rfla- ives in Oklahoma City. Mrs. T. H. VVolhnan and daughter, Miss Constance, were in Marshall Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Sellers and children attended the Fair at Shreveport Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, R. C. Connor and Mrs. A. A. Myers were bhreveport visitors Sunday, Miss Kutherine Wolltiian, of Kjljfore, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. T. H. Wollman. Mr. and Mrs. M. Shapiro, of Houston, are the quests of their sou, Sam J. Shapiro this week. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin E. Walker were among those attending the Fair at Shreve- port Sunday. Justice of the Peace M. D. K. Taylor, of Smithland, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 27 October 1939

OOL. - 432 ! T:1F. MAhi'-'v vC. I'l l 't!l " ! Ti*"-9' e s . * l \ TV r ' r.y^.-jiaK .' ' ij ii«inK1/' FOR'SAlfi-ftegistered Diirqc U.u nau.kwiry vaaiim , malehogM can be seen at the <■■ K ' i > iii ><ii"j : it l ^4,. R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW PUBLISHER Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail majtter under the act of March 1879. ^ | Knb4ori|>tlon (In the C«unty)..'..V:..i-.i>.,'«.. Subscription (Foreign) \ yyy-yt , , . >er Year er .Vear !Afty ^rj-oneoUS reflection JiipOnstbtf. chatter,, ijfeytdiiig '4* .fl^putp tiarf of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the fcolupiijs, of The Marion County Courier will be gladly cq^reqtsd \jfityi breught to the attention of the publisher. n Marion Cou If U«JiV> i ^ ("i fj tj-y i t> i .%i Jkvy n;*wfew towns and counties. the ;ne^ pf j; mrf^'fActory as Jefferson akd Mano^ fcSiTn^.1 ^ There are several things .th^t can be projlucejl j] mt&bi ntfaife^ahi* WsttifelHbW^C® tKeJtfdcltifcW...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 27 October 1939

.. ,rTv TRADE AT Q5ZZ Marshall, Texas AND SAVE DR. H. T. WINDT Optometrist In Windt Jewelry 207 N. Washington Marshall, Texas IE These Marshall Firms Appreciate and thank you for your patronage HILLBILLY HATCHERY u 8T*Krc"d 1202 East Grand Order Now VISIT OUR— Modernized Hardware Store Logan & Whaley Marshall, Texas ■i J. BERWALD & COMPANY The Popular Dept. Store Cor. N, Bolivar & E. Houston DRINK <mMi In Bottles We Specialize in BABY'S WEAR MoLella n*s Phone CITY GARAGE Phone ^TO!T Auto Body and Fender Repairs 708 < That Good 13cGas Dixie Silencer 17o McUAMN SERVICt STATION Complete one stop service kijndH«i<aF*n,isooku n<i Marous-Koriel Clo, Co, Polo, Leather Jackets, Sweaters, etc. STUDENTS APPAUEL—LUGGAGE—TRUNKS Windt Jewelry Co. 207 N. Washington I MYITES your INSPECTION of its Stock Dr. H. T. Windt OPTOMETRIST In Windt Jewelry 207 N. Washington Old Floors Made New.... E. B. Magee Box 84 Moor Sanding, Dura-Seal Marshall Jefferson Rd. "The lifetime Finish...

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