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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 January 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 15, 1925. # - jjMHK The Announcement Thousands Have i MARK DOWW i BEGINS Promply at 8 O'clock Thursday, Jan. 15TH On Seasonable Merchandise Offering thousands of dollars worth of New Fall and Win- ter goods at drastic January Price Re- ductions. I 'Mi-inch Taffeta in a real Clearance $1.44 M-inch Pleached Muslin ten yards for. $1. .'Mi-inch Brown Domestic, ten yards for $1. Tulip Keday made sheets, each 89c. Tulip Pillow Cases, each. 21c Red Star Diaper Cloth, '27incl', ten yds for $1.(59 Indian Head, the yard. I MRKIN'S WONDER STOCK OF ! Kit CO VIS fi DRESSES NOV; MARLED A i ! \ V'.'H IEK UEDl ("HONS 'lui'"d (n the 11 iivi K;<Ci< !>.■'i,•■ ■ ■ o" #!8.KS. am) *S. v « ly ' h<wght at the lowest pit ,-i- hle prices. '• i. wr ;u;ain will vou secure «m'h Imi - kuin. 'in (hi:, timely merchandise, SI l.t'9. $1S.(>9, S2fi.(i9, and $.'!."l.«9. Pisses. that ate bargains at much higher prices will go in our Mark Down Sale at the as- tonishing prices...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 January 1925

'II I I H WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 15, 1925. MONEY The money you have buried in some out of the way place -it's temptation to others—it's a menace to vou. It's so easy to spend when you have it so close at hand. It's easy tfoing and when started it's gone. Why not hank your money at the First National Bank? You can get it when ever you want it, but vou won't spend itwh en you do not wat to do so. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINN8B0R0, .... TEXAS WINNSBORO CANDY COMPANY MOVES I HI ■ The Winnsboro Candy Com- pany which has been located in the building with Skeen Bold- ing's Shoe Shop is moving this week to the city hall building. The Company, has secured a very convenient location in the lower office of the city hall, and Mr. Patrick says that he will s6on have his place fixed up to serve all his customers with all kinds of candies, pea- nuts, etc. Folger'g, World's finest cof- fee, is sold by Campbell's Big Five. Winnsbtro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday Enter...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 January 1925

IV WINNSBOR0 WBKMf NEWS JANUARY 15, 1WI. ... 420,864.05 Charter Ko. 6674 Rtaarve District No. 11 Report of the Condition of the First National Bank At Winnsboro, in the State of Texas, at the cloBe of business on December 31, 1924. RESOURCES I,oans and discounts, including redis- counts, acceptances of other banks, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsements of this bank except those shown in b and c 896,083.41 Customers' liability account of accept- ances of this bank purchased or dis- counted by it 24,780.64 Total Loans - U. S. Government Securities Owned: Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value) $ 50,000.00 All other United States Government securities (including premiums, if nnv\ $ 64,000.00 Totai''7::Zl. - - -M04,000.00 Other bonds, stocks, securities etc.......r - •••- 15,163.37 Wanking House „.- it *70 00 Furniture and Fixtures - $ 1,670.00 11,570.00 Heal estate owned other than banking bouse g 3UU.UJ lawful reserve with Federal Reserve bank ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 January 1925

'¥ WINN8BOBO VSMOUT IfBWS JAJOJJJtt 15, lfM. AM MARTIN JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed ((pMMWtr mm long aw old Grand ultima of stural ex- Ixans wj|| I [lion on t>tor opera- Mr ending juivalent to Itire cotton deluding the lat thou8> j era are a- and rou. fick manu- It is Raid ods, fian- to arti- WOMlft I worms i# : jick of in-jj [less, ftu-4 at the ting is] lymptoras Tto girtf fuge. A [e worms i on the White's! record Iccessfuh The Rex |ckm lin e on m M, nnrl hi .. |Ua]«rhn*rr. fen rr^nlntif i IlkXKl. mi hi SlriiiU't wfl >fc.« lluklwllll.. 11" i Ml'. hakmony I ^ Reneau nd f8""1* h the week-end with Mr. 1 Mrs Clint Ueneau of near L Hill Of C-erv" Ln uuite sick the past ween, it was feared he was tak- Lumonia, but he is re- Jd to he improving at this r d Mrs. Ben Anderson [Forest Home spent the^week with Kev. and Mrs. w. • win and attended church at , Methodist church of Winna at the mormng hour Sun- JLday school next Sunday Uing, the E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 January 1925

1 V:*^* ■' ,; : VaMMN • *♦* WINNSBORO :y WIW 8 JANUARY U,JMS« Bright, Colorful and Indifferent ARE THE Frocks, Hats, Materials and Trimmings for Spring We have assembled an unusual selection and invite verey Lady and Miss to visit our store this week —you will find the classiest Dresses we have ever shown at the most reasonable prices, $9.85 to $29.75 MILLINERY'—of the highest shades. One hundred New York selections just . opened. Specially priced—$3.46 to $9.75 This is to be an early dress-up Spring season. Already you find numbers wear- ing the new things. Spring coats in light and bright sondes wil be very good, as there will be no capes or coat suits and all sleeves a o extremely short. Come in and see the new styles. Spring silks and hundreds of yards of better trimmings. We make a study of your needs. Ladies let us know your wants. Indies hosiery worth $2.50 for Januirv $1.89. Ladies hosiery, (iood values at 19r; 98c and $1.49.. Cotton hose for ladies, men and children. 12 l-2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 January 1925

TE r«ff| TRE [Hursday )N At [er written, (and a mast Jture puts C T EN IOcI */ j J ■ w 1.0c vo- IVO its \yy VOL XV. NO. 16. HMmtsboro litcKUj j&ctois. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUWTY THURSDAY, JAN? 22, 1925 91.25 PER YEAR. WINNSBORO OFFERS PRIZES INTENSIVE FARMING PROGRAM N H N0A1 -sense byl Orchestral iDREN 1.fl Th,. following rules and peg Illation* were adopted to gov era the Cotton and Corn Con test to be engaged in by the farmers of Winnsboro and ad jacent teiritory. i Who May Enter the Race Any person, white or colored land owner or tenant, living in Winnsboro or territory adja- cent thereto, and a distance from the City Hall in Winns boro as follows: Not more than 18 miles in Wood county, 11 miles in Hop- kins county, 12 miles in Frank- lin county, 16 miles in Camp county, 16 mites in Upshur county. In marking the distance, a car with a spedometer will be used, and the most direct road will l>e followed. Membership All person desiring to enter this contest must make applicat- i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 January 1925

V v.\ WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 22, 1925 WITH m!8ElMW iE SUBS FAMOUS SCOUT AND (JUNMAN WAS BRAVE "WILD BILL HICKOK' Of all the western figures the old western frontier, au- thorities are agree that Wild Bill Hickok, most picturesque of all two-gun men, as a char- acter of the daring, cunning, and honorable class, stands a- lone. Conspicuous as his remark- able escapades, was his origi- nality. Desperate without being a desperado, his nature was that of a fighter withal devoid of the disposition, which in- vites danger or craves the ex- citement of an encounter. He killed many men but in every instance it was either in self- defense, or, in the pursuit of his duty as a peace officer. Wild Bill has been called a necessary character in the far west during the period which marked his career. He was es- sentially a civilizer, in the sen- se that a vigilance posse is such. The law and order class found in hint an effective a- gent for the prosecution of the lawless. He fought • fire w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 January 1925

\ The Pud Day fc (Tnblpts i i " Wf*r Kh off Um box Hod SALE OF FRUIT TREES We are closing out our Fruit Trees at very close prices. They are first class trees in every respect. This sale will only last for the coming 30 days, and all orders will be taken for cash only at these prices. Prices on Peach Trees $10.00 per 100 or $75.00 per 1,000. Apples $2.H0 per dozen; Pears $3.50 per doz- en; Roses $4.00 per dozen. Varieties: n:\< ! IKS:—Slappy, Elberta, J. H. Hale Elbert a, In- i • iiv;. August Elberta, Hudnall October, Early \\ I I r. Henrietta Cling', Mamie Ross. AIM'i.KS: Early Harvest, Stark Delicious, ! I'>i -e. Arkansas Black. Hen Davis. Red \ i: -Early Harvest, LeConte, Keiffer. I:' is I S: Pink Radiance, Red Radience, J. L. Mock ipiiJ ), White American Beauty, Red Cochet, Augus- i.i Victoria white, Sunburst Cold, Pink LaFrance, Mcllcliester (pink), Yellow Cochet, Marshel Neil. Hidi'i' Plants:—Going onw for only $10.00 per 100. NORTHEAST TEXAS NURSERY H. C. Hudnall, Prop....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 January 1925

JAJil'A*Y EM* A NEW TEAM AECJPE P mixture it good reaolotlon* uttf tterasilil; hit la a fuatit; «f BIlBrtflnbUM thorottchlf tocether appreciate of arlflibera and restraint from £ussii> Add for eeaawtaf a | liMpiiic quanrit.r of aeelnf-food la all. lookJn* for It. aad finding It Add to rolrture good wIlL happlne** aad <"heer The Reeutt— Will be a dHlctoa* aad ae- oeptsble and waii-ame >ear Tear dl*h. wkirli. if propertj waiehed will keep throafbuat tlit whale year! - If. !► *. ycrwptprt I'nle* ) Csooooooooeooooooooooooooi a ttaprr hew team % H. LUCIUS COOK in* mm < > IXJl M It real* he a Year far tmm sill J Ft* the worn we fear that lis* J5e-w Taara that hi* h vdi com* la with a baag aad go out with a Ma. with maav worthy reaafatioas mala oa the Srei s tread* hrak« oa tte asp Bad Bat ahy si>«uld NT Why aat brgte aaew. aad lit* the email bay with the elate. rah aar aim* ww the error* a* hare oiade. and reallj. truly be gla aaew? Let aa torgi ve aad forget the pant - ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 January 1925

WINN8BORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY a, If25. ' \ i tire the reg for this fou are a stocks out All in on at a id too, suits. rdly a much why the $5.75 Char- seasons prices better quot- unbe- two fat you lew, so lif erpr lat this Ire fur ire at- 5hades towma mtee. keh a I Any- i val- 11.98 Newt itor ARTIN JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clock* 4k Optical Goods. All Wbfk Guaranteed STRENGTH A real sale of ladies and Miss eg oxfords and slippers. 1.96, 2.50, 2.96, 8.60 and 8.95. Buy this week. The Enterprise. SUCCESSFUL ENTER- TAINMENT GIVEN Mr. and Mrs. Max Hitt of Corsicana are visiting relatives here. You appreciate the necessity of association with a strong bank. The reasons are obvious. Eut is there not members of your family, amopg the y >ungcr set who have yet to become acquainted with banking methods? Would it not be well to introduce them to an account at the First National Bank? Such a con- nection will prove advantageous to them in subse- quent years and at the present time a bank accou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 January 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 22, 1225. PUNTING k PEACH UKCiMitu \ IN Uiir I'EXIS W B. Cook, Agricultural Agent 1-G. N. Railroad Several factors must be con sidered in planting a peach or- chard, anyone one of which may cause the orchard to be a failure if it is overlooked or disregarded. These may lie con sidered under the heads oi soil, elevation, nursery stock method of planting and subse- quent care. While it is the general opin ion that peaches will thrive bvst on sandy or the lighter types of soil, excellent results have been obtained on a wide range of soils, including even the lighter clay loams and clay The two most important things necessary in a soil to be planted to peaches are, first, it must be moderately rich and second, it must be well drained. The idea that prevails a- mong a great many of our far murs that the thin, infertile soils of our worn-out hills sides aiv good enough for peaches is idl wrong and is probably the cause of more failures in or- charding in this...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 January 1925

IV1S ;tery ladio. lsave plete and set sir WINN8BOBQ WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY 22, 1925. avis ION_ Do n«t sul). y «nfi {)f off service an() Another Real Sale 'Begins Friday, Jan. 23 Never before has such merchandise been rendered to such low prices. Every- thing in the store will go at exceptional- |ly low prices. We are making a sacri- fice on every article we have. Perhaps you have attended many sales, but never before have you attended with such bargains as we have. This Is Our Third Real Sale Work Shoes Wyenborg dress and work shoes, with tnecomflex souls will go at a further re- duction of io per cent. Hegularly priced at .$4.95 will go at the pnce of . $8.49 Dress Shoes at are the best on the market, selling ''irularly up to $6.95 will go in this salt' 81 tie price of $5.49 Shirts JJ00' shirts from $3.45 to 4.95 reduced 2.45 to 3.49 ®nds in Criterion shirts. Slight- t'h. Some as high at $4.50 will go at remarkable reduction of 75c to 1.75 5??ar Criterion Dress Shirts. Just ar- priced...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 January 1925

WINNSBOftO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY tl, 1K5. \ MHiMMfrr mm 't m HARMONY j. t<>ank Attaway and family of ^l.tpsihab spent the week-end toith Mr. and Mrs. Webster Ac- , W. Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Renneau ,aad Toramie Renneau made a (rip up near Dike last Tuesday. Brother Wylie Woodfin of 1 Cvodhope wilt fill his monthly ajypointment at Mt. Zion next Saturday night, Sunday and ; Sunday night. Also, there will be singing Sunday afternoon ar.d we understand that they h<*ve organised a B. Y. B. U. Wbich will meet on fourth Sun ii«.y nights only. VVe have had some real bad w jnther for the psst several J*y&. The slow steady rain has caused some very bad roacrs it/rough this section of the coun try, and a few more day of su cti weather will make some of them impassable. Here is hop- iag that the rain will cease and w<{ will have some pretty wea- ther for the next few weeks, '(fie weather is also having .ijflie effect on our letter this week, as the writer cannot get «*.t and hunt news...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 January 1925

*« *•* WW <Mk (Ml Thursday SLTON At & Sati ly of all wj •ILL IART IACK a OK" tQUdnnf [ring line great yo Je of the san le of sto famou". fwood 101 |>medy. lildren YOU XV. no. winnsboro, wood count y january 29, 1925 l®eck la iVrtws. ' L. truck crops and acreage suggested by w. a. nabobs district court JURY LIST TV Association at its reg- ular meeting last Saturday re- I,.nested that 1 write an arti- Icle on this subject for this I week's News and in comform- Lr with this request, I'm going o suggest the following pro- L'n f '' this year's planting, End I'll i'1 a measure name Cheni in the order of their plant 25 acres of radishes. Prefera- bly the little white topped and Uao the long scarlet, planted i'roni now till Feb. 15th. 50 acres of English peas Wanted now and until Feb. 15 100 acres of irish potatoes, ■Planted last half of February, and on till March 10th. 50 acres of cabbage, Set out (from February 15 to March 50 acres of onions, planted pr set out from till the la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 January 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS. JANUARY 29, 1925. with irojjii vrnn stabs •♦JEALOUS HUSBANDS" COMING HERE SOON Manager Ferguson of the A- muRU Theatre announces that he haB lx>oked for an early showing one of the most suc- cessful pictures of the current season. It is "Jealous Hus- bands," a First National Pic- ture, produced by M. C. L«vee and directed by Maurice Tour- neur, and it will be at the A- iTiUBU Theatre, next Wednesday The story portrays the vivid contrasts between the rich and years. Hiers has been api>ear- ing in big feature productions. "Short Change" is a very clever and very funny comedy. As many laughs are crowded into two reels as are ordinarily contained in pictures three times that length. BARTHELMESS AND MAY McAVOY SANS MAKEUP WITH MOVIt STAHS | COTTON AND CORNl CONTEST Rules Governing the Award of Cash Prize! to Be Given by the Winnsboro Board of Trade UNIVERSAI/S RANCH RIDERS WITH HOXIE IN "DARING CHANCES "The Enchanted Cottage," which will be shown at the A- mu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 January 1925

' WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS. JANUARY 29. IMS. Ipv|vp m Prizi Irds [sted to keal \rd of tl.c a-1 /en In the !and| to give a lof yM.? m#_ ] Th v'. is not! merely a r | /ill he Judg« [ '.s wil Ibe sej ic board 3s wil lrt nd«r| [•h shall l>e fi-l irties biingJ in the Har.l judged willl {o a sworn | ]g ownershli Ithe crop, preditable witl |so be sworn| jt of the] istances ice of Itestant witl Icontest. | be Accept >n enter weighed jr Fanner'il Gin. Ibe weighe It the bon at his two creditaJ Earden Sf (d Iwon in thd /e the soil] people. I> the mod lessful Ite. ob- the has Mive for to a I m. bu- |es iy P :• ' • :■ PJ ' You Will Find as Usual the Biggest and Best Stock of FARMING TOOLS Including Stalk Cutters, Turning Plows, Middle Breakers, Disc Harrows, Drag Harrows, Riding Cultivators, Walking Cultivators, Riding and Walking Planters* All new, of course, and we have now also some good used Cultivators, Planters, Etc., that we bought and have repaired at a price you can afford to pay....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 January 1925

WINNtfBORO WEEKLY NEWS. JANUARY*?, 1W8. Winnsbiro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday 'Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 19(f9, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1807 $1.25 A YEAIt IN ADVANCE Advertising rates made known on application. METHODIST CHURCH Sunday school at 9:45. Let ©very member of the church find a place in our Sunday school. We have just what you want If we do not have it, tell us. Cooper lead us last Sun- day. Bro. Dabney told us over the phone to get busy. Read the parable of the vine and the branches in John 15. Let us have 300 present next Sunday morning. Our morning and evening worship at 11 and 7 p. m. Dear friends meet us here. God will meet with us and bless us if we come in a spirit of true wor- shipers. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7 p. m. The leagues at the usual hours. K. K. Isbell, Pas- tor. BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Theo. A. Binford, Pastor Last week was Enlargement Week for the Sunday schoo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 January 1925

_ W1NN8B0E0 WEEKLY NEWS. JANUARY 29, 1928. tr/ I idies' >r the 'own 1.00 :id and gray; 'h, low $3.95. for ion's ie of ;hem 1.00 ?TS SOU |>crat) ckett tell pits for lourt hou |C. Dare ( jaid hein |mpany warrant I in r.<?a forms eo lunate ia ie ex pea for leg lake jot a pri 5100,0 Iass'N ran. 28i led up<4 lool te ie Tef hciation >r 20fl la.ssocia ?d. leadir hd Con whic Ie als ie coin 1C • I i by I [Je "'I I tb«| AM MARTIN JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed Pay by Check Only Open a personal checking account and pay all bill by check. An endorsed check is as good as a receipt. Currency carried in the pocket wil surely be spent, and may be lost. Not so if you carry a check book. It cost you nothing and is of great service to you. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINNSBORO, TEXA8 Mullinax sale still on. and Weatherby's If You are Need of Any Kind of Insurance or Bonds, see Stevenson & Co. YV< have plenty of time to attend to that kind of busin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 January 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS. JANUARY It Jl. wiMmiKiiifir mm i'=E .HARMONY hear the (tedding Holder is in community at present. A. fine nine pound boy is stop pnig with Mr. and Mrs. OUie Mitchell of Pickton. Kanthus Banks, principal of Ljoerty school, spent the keek- end in this community with re lalives. 8. N. Reneau and faijiily and Mrs. Nannie Reneau made a tnp to Sulphur Springs Satur- day where they spent the day. Mrs. Chas. W. Reynolds and twu children of Abbott, Texas, air here on a visit with rela- tive. Prof. Lewis Seay of Cypi'ess, who is teaching at New Home thi* term stayed at Mi's. Nan- nit* Reneau's last week during the bad weather. Mr. Adolphus Ivy died at his home in Pickton Thursday ni ghi and was buried the follow in# day in the Pickton ceme- t«ry. Mr. Ivy was about 60 yrs of age and was a splendid man. liev. Alex ITul>bard will fill his appointment at this place next Saturday night, Sunday, and Sunday night. Also Sunday school at 10 a. m.. singing in tha afternoon and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 January 1925

Do not sul). ftiuf at off fervice and vis ;tery ladio. save plete and set fir :|J| mHII J* - W1NN8BQHQ WEEKLY NEWS. JANUARY 29, 1925. *5! ION FEBRUARY 5th The Winnsboro Weekly News will begin the printing of Edna Ferbers's Famous Novel —The story of a farm and a city, and finally of a farm within a city; a story of poverty and hardship, of wealth, ease and pleasure; a true and fascinating picture of mid western life and development during the past thirty years. Who but the versatile Miss Ferber would have thought of such a title as 'So Big' for a novel? It is a curiosity stimulator, if stimulation were needed; ' but the public doesn't require to have its curiosity whetted when a new Ferber l>ook is announced. People who read know that it will be something refreshing, out-of-the-ordinary and decidedly worth while. Nevertheless this title did create curiosity and probably had considerable to do with the large demand for the book which developed as soon as it was off the press. A fe...

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