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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 January 1925

WINN8B0B0 WEEKLY NEW g, JANUAKT If, IfM. 1 SPECIAL SALE to Immediate Bayers Ladies, Buy Today! A Hundred Advanced Style Hats Priced Very Low $3.50 to i $9.75 DOZENS OF NEW, BRIGHT DRESSES Specially priced $6.95, $9 85, to $29.75. THE NEW LINENS AND SILKS Several hundred dollars worth of color- ful trimmings, Laces, etc. R4JAL SALE OF OXFORDS & SLIPPERS $2 95, and $3.45 values for $2.45. $3.95 fund $4.50 values $2.85. The best $5.00 val- ues for $8.85. MOSIERL! SEE THE BIG BARGAINS! Staple dry goods, Now showing the late styles for Spring Coats, Dresses and Mil- licery. THE FEMALE 0. HENRY You know of course, every- one does, about the remarkable genius of O. Henry (Sydney Porter). Ilow he never ran out of plots for stories, how he could take the simplest sort of an incident and build a fascin- ating tale around it, how his characters were breathing ac- tual things of life, and how ra- pidly he could sketch them und mold his yam; in the compar- atively brief years of his life wri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 February 1925

0 m Bi tt n \. I* Thursday Iklton At IDAY IESS (n (age" **.:? DY )REN Kiel ft l USIlV berq ■i i- 10c POL. XV. NO. 18 WINNSBORO, WOOD RUARY 5, 1925. $1.25 PER YEAR UGLISH FEDS AS GROWN IN WMNSBMO IT J. S. SPIVEY CROSS-WORD PUZZLE No. 55 Believing the methods and -rtHiacter of the soil of success- ful growers to be the most help |ul advice that cwi be given and Lowing that Mr. Spivey had tuccceded as but few others in Wng English peas for mar L i asked him for the story |f his success, which an brie' \ as follows: [ His land is deep sand loam, •ith sufficient dirt to make it that we usually call a dirt I He makes it very rich by wicasting barn yard man- and deep breaking in the rly winter and if necessary a cond breaking. Just before [lanting he broadcast cotton meal and phosphate, two ^ree hundred pounds each er acre, and harrows this in itit section harrow. This is one just before planting, any me the last week of January nd on to the middle of Feb- Children I0c| MUT. He tli en take...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 February 1925

WINNSBORO ■T ' WW wrre wemgw STARS PAYS TRIBUTE TO WOMAN'S DEVOTION bout to marry a girl for her money because all he has is a title. But then comes the gir' he loves, a girl he hasn't seen in years, what should he do. Brooding over his unhappy turn of affairs, Stronbury is about to end it all when a Faun from the fields, prying into civilized life put in an unexpec- ted appearance and, luckily for Lord Stronbury, brings about a radical change in conditions How? That's the novelty of the "Marriage Maker." BILL HART GIVEN GOOD RECORD BY FORMER WIFE A tribute to the devotion of women who will risk life it- self or the living death of dis- honor for the men they love is paid by Thos. II. Ince in his new drama. 'Those Who Dance h First National release which comes to the Amusu Iheatre today and Friday. Ince has told a remarkable storv of a little country girl who falls in with the life ot the New York Under-oi ld in the attempt to save her brother from gangsters who have fram- ed him on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 February 1925

" |ng !e \ED h [are lurt on be •ful iapes izors, in __ ' RKER WINN8BOPO WW H«W8 PBBRUABY . ,«. =r 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 mw, of course, and we have now also some good used Cultivators, Planteis, Etc., that we bought and have repaired at a price you can afford to pay. Everything in Pit w Gear from Hoise Collars down to repair links. Our stock or Hardware was never more complete, and the same may be said of our-— Dry Goods, Groceries and Other Departments including the Undertaker's Department, where calls am answered promptly at all hours. Please remember that we are prepared to furnish hearse as w<!! as Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Direc- tor when wanted. Come to see us when in Winnsboro. Your trade is appreciated here. CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE FECIAL WOMEN'S SU- PREME ( 01 RT OF TEXAS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 February 1925

f WLNNSBORO WEEKLY NBWB FHBRUAKY 8, ffino>btii *• ■ - k . I* fc Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday Entered as second cia*s ma ter, September, 24, lUil'J. at ■ postoffice at Winnsboro, lex. under the act of March 8, I Hi 11.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCi Advertising rates made know on application. What to Plant' and How Much M! \ % * rnam-m—mmmm ''•By request, the following su. gestion as to what truck crop, to plant and acreage to same written by W. A. Nabors aiu printed in last week's news, i. reproduced this week: The Association at its reg- ular meeting last Saturday* re- quested that I write an arti- cle on this subject for this week's News and in comform- ing with this request, I'm going to suggest the following pro- gram for this year's planting, and I'll in a measure namt them in the order of their plant ing: 25 acres of radishes. Prefera- bly the little white topped and also the long scarlet, planted from now till Feb. 15th. 60 acres of English peas, planted now and unt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 February 1925

fart enough igs, broad- everyet |is announ- [cs are urg- vait each gives an las that :.95 lei with com- Ih sleeve 1.85 |se ob- >r the |e has have b for le to live a |ng I lo lr WINNSBORO WBBKLY NBW8 FMSRUARY 5, 1925. 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 WINN8B0R0, TEXAS • A.1./- If You are Need of Any Kind of Insurance or Bonds, see Stevenson & Co. We have plenty of time to attend to that kind of business and you can feel assured It will be watched after carefully and promptly. We also rent houses, sell land and do any kind sf notary work. Office opposite The News office. Per Cam Stevenson. WINNSBOKO CARDINALS DEFEAT MINEOLA YEL- LOW JACKETS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 February 1925

"NNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 5t 1925. QPOKSlMWWISiT'r OfiEiM® HARMONY Miss Es telle Wdbster spent with Miss Vera Francis Bdnie Miller and Clarence Turner of Macon spent Satur- day night at the home of the v liter A large number from this Community attended the funer itJ of Dalton Taylor at Pickton Sunday afternoon. •x>land Robertson of Ard- niure Oklahoma, and his mother a .d sister of Sulphur Springs \..ited relatives here last week Clarence Chilton. Clarence Holt and Sunshine our live cor- r^podent from the Webster community, attended singing at thi* place Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Reneau aud Allen Moore of Cypress spent the week-end with Mrs. N*nnie Reneau and family. Mrs. C. W. Reynolds and two children of Abbott, Texas, who ai\j here visiting are all down mlh the flu. I). E. Skinner and family of Suiphur Springs were at Har- mony Sunday. They will move b*cJc to this place in a few rays. We shall render our Epworth I.nigue progi-am at Morris (irove next Sunday nig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 February 1925

avis |tion..„ rts. Do not sub- ility mid at off service and TO lattery iRadio. save iplete Is and ts a set nr ednafl IferberJI illustrations BY CLARK AQN&W. l'u(>yrl(l>l by Doubltflsy. >' «• * to, WNl' Hervlos. .r.'iii distinction for Mloa ,! 1,' V own ho "ths female O. 10 1 Henry. because Intri probably n•v g r woo a Hrculor wrltor of aliort otorlto in Aniorlco than O. . «—'^■■r Henry. When tho ■ VV world wao shocked by hlo uutlmoly death. It becams it fnvorlto subject of discussion in i .<n.111)k and pub- ltNhlnv circles aa to tho author worthy to All hlo iilace. Tho wholi f 'jg [lot of malo writ- ers waa rsvlewed without settling with onjr dsgrae of unanimity upon Ferher. ono biff enough in a iltorary way to lika 0, Mtnry mantle. Someone V«d that the Hat of woman bo Jaal Eimedlatsly the natns of Iptrber uprRiic Into many minda. d. of or 11 lea. edltora and othor „fl«« that oho camo noar- ir««ntln* tho O. Henry typo of ikan ony othor American writer, j Wliconiln wo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 February 1925

8 nmtVAMY . HM. UTTLE ADS Civod grass and good water. J. N Daniel. *<0R SALE—Truck, Peach, Poultry, Dairy farm. Six room house, 31 acres, one mile from six teacher school on gravel highway. $1500. handles deal.— Jo- Attaway, Pickton, 4 UK SALE—47 1-2 acres, a- l*ut one and one half miles 1'rom town; will sell or trade. Soo V. N. Davis or W. L. Du- mas. KNT—House on north Main street R. C. Campbell. 19 FOR SALE—A good Ford car at a bargain. See me at ham- burger stand. E. B. Brewer. LOST—Pair of brown kid gloves at picture show Thurs- day night of last week. Find- er please return to Mrs. X. J. Thompson. i'OR RENT—4-room house close in. C. N. Mullinax. FARM—To rent on third and fourth; about 40 acres. C. N. Mullinax. FOR SALE—One pair good mules, cash or good note. R. C. Campbell. 19 t'OR SALE—C.ood Bermuda ^ iss hay. R. C. Campbell 19. FOR SALE—50 bushels of com at Cartwrigfht. See or write Mrs. M. A. Brogden, Mineola, Texas. 18. >R SALE—Fine pure bred W ode Island egps, $1.00...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 February 1925

io ) \Af ' V+ Y* IATRI st's Go! — I'll |SO— Comdey- ties" Laug Children lfl -Millionain caught l>j| tistible clu winnin Ive the otl folly. 10c Ibert Saturday , P Bullies M fund the Soft "anger. wore ready f«l iBllt what they J *nem steer clear! .fig fists. 1 |his blood stir ' °f a man lout fear and i Iroach. A thriy, pfe and love ink lumber camp,] lands. \\Ol. XV. NO. 19. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY PEBHUAHY 12,1925. fHAT OMRS THINK OF OS AND NORTHEAST TEXAS It has been my pleasure dur- ng tiio past two years and es- ciaJly during the past six or Eight months to be in almost fevery part of Texas. I don't nean by this that I have been in all the towns and counties W the State, but In the typical kections and I believe 1 have ob- served conditions, until I know the problems of each. Every Section has its advantages as veil as disadvantages. We find .ctional enthusiasts here and [here who can see no other part nf the state, save their own, pith an open eye, but the hon- st expressions fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 February 1925

i*. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY FEB. 12, 1925. Continued from page 2. SO BIG By EDNA FERBER ($. DottbUda/. Fug• A Co.) WNU B«rvU« Mmmtrrtr maws HARMONY I the subject being, "Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane." C R Taylor and the writer Those reported on the were in Pickton Tuesday of tat Urt«: Mr. and Mr.. soft ihusmom of her hulr; put on rite voluminous long-sleeved, hlgh-n^ckod nightgown. Juki before she blew oui file lump her hint glimpse wait of the black drum xtutloned like a pattern eunuch In the corner; and she could ■mile at that; even glSKle a little, what with weariness, excitement and a gen era) feeling of being awake In a dream. But once In the vast bed she lay there utterly lost In the waves of terror and loneliness tfast envelop one at night In a strange house amongst strange people. She listened to the Mlsw that cam* from downstairs; voices gruff, unaccustomed; shrill, high. These ceased and gave place to others less accustomed to her dty- bred ears; a dog's bark a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 February 1925

vis ION •••• |Do not aub- urn! at off h'vice and VIS iwn! [present s, corn- does tubes, Ikinds idlo Joy |Tahlcl 1 I . rka B ti- lth lii.i. Ma Lim; piscour- torpid bowels th sur- using leficial >se as |ng ef- ipleto. |e and la spl- itioi), luy an- Sold t" EDNA. FERBER LLU5TRATION8 BY CLARK AGNCW. Copyright by !>oubl*<la>\ A Co WNli o#rvlc#. WINN8BOKO WEEKLY WlWHjHUlRDAY FEB. 12, 1925. SYNOPSIS AH AFTER 1 —Introducing "So Big" rSrk ll*Jon() In his Infancy. And hla ?,h,r flMlna DaJon*. daughter of Im.oi' « n>bl.>r and *«ntleman nJJtun. Hor llf*. to younn woman- ly In Chicago In !«• . baa b««n un- Bv«ntlon*l, somewhat aaamy. but airily onloyablo. At school her JSn Mampel. daushtar of &( HirapM, butohar Simeon la Jflfad In ti uuarral that la not hla own, td B«llna. nineteen yeara old and dtlcally destitute, becomea a acbool- Chapter II |gp|i jii had thought herself lucky to I r Dutch school at High Prairie, miles outside Chicago. Thirty dol Jr h month! She was to bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 February 1925

UTTLE ADS fttiun- FCft iiMftrwHinif rkdii tatt kc ImxjmvyT.*-r.:. Iffrjiurzmear. ! 'HI XL a f U( JWSDIIO. KI JT«. cast cunpttfc* tt* cmrrw xx tap-miKj fl5 W! tiinniBm w'-GauL inm. tLrw i aat mua.- Satuoaaz Aaa*ng# cum -«.« vijci x a jcw tm* msjc Texao. H9K CBB1 HIT tC-tttff «CTi!«< —' Fit 4nc tlrf- t'tiujd/i !*?nw kilt rCft ?AL£—17 1-4 wort 5nr the hayt 3W-w i*oC «* ;«* ** —— 'tuut: * Aeii>t***mr Suaoew i* -tiei vnn *"11 veB 4 triao a* mani-r/ it ziiaun *fc* i t ufc a irt* *« ▼- ^ £***■ « W. Bamtr L In 23CVT—t-r/® l C S i.vurtt; FOK T HTT lit- H3.C wH trtiij yvt t . — I-iwki mgn if Jut "W®* Sarf *W M ■ _ • T* torn lit tncra adbasis FOE n*L a « m £1 1«J* 3* F® " **' - TVfer Cmmwroit. CJlii, 7y nays «tf « ^ ^ V," 1 ** « 7cua. FAM—Te raft r* . iwwunut Btni <d W. ? *- xra aw JM«.' * x*ff r«Bj* *< 4 ei.*-! «r «|T«d •rjBjr; Eater: watt juMumi ki« i* rec: it tut La* eEn *,i«y See * itete td rut Wimdbmn fi>j'-3sL aerrjsts oundnt-«t -lap" «mvi ycttuitirui-'^ H*w. A. Bonfurfi B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 February 1925

WINN8B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY FEB. IX 1126. one has I my of I AM MARTIN JEWELER < Always,at Your Service A CHECK BOOK Is indispensable to your business. Makes the keeping of ready cah on hand unneces- sary. Serves a« a record and receipt of financial tran- sactions. l^earn its many advantages by opening a checking account with this bank today. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINNSBORO TIXA8 If You are Need of Any Kind of Insurance or Bonds, see Stevenson & Co. We have plenty of time to attend to that kind of business and you can feel assured It will be watched after carefully and promptly. We also rent houses, sell land and do any kind sf notary work. Office opposite The News office. Per Cam Stevenson. White Front Cafe serves real coffee. It's Folgers, of course. Order a u n of Millorr ic- lisli today. 1 vcrybody •. c it. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tom Gib- son spent last week-end in Fort Worth. Call at the New Oil Mill and see the fertilizer plant in oper- ation. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford New- man re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 February 1925

mm TMCHone stars HE CAJTT DODGE IT .seven year okl Mickey Ben- nett. thougfr. kept busy most of the stare at the screer the day working in "Bif Broth- er." ar An i. Dwac novelty to bt show* at the Amuau Thea- L uiday and Frxiay did not behind in his studies. His Bennett PREFER SCREEN TO STAGE "Which appealf to job more. This OCT AT THE CAUSE Many Wu*abo*o fofis are showing how to avoid Med - - Ktffering There u nothing more annoy- ing than kidney weakness or in- ability to property ''** % * kidney secretions. control Night tne, hJ'Z *ai the qoestion put to preitj sufferer is tor- Madge Kennedy who come* to ^ %± l WJtt ^ bun. the Amuwi Tneatr* next W^-]^ ^)dinfr ^ mother. MLs. Chariet mi# to that. Mickey arrived Kennedy, everything seem* so eft.-iv «t the studio, dressed and intimate lu just as if the an- n^uHor t r*n. W jrL^'*J£Z. d. *x to "Big Bn*her the 'featured j backache. neadache and dizz>- r*,, •• ' aesfc, Me is indeed a bard- r. Mis* need*} m the Paramount picture woere h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 February 1925

L.Y NEWS THUB8DAY FEB. 12, 1925. FARMER You Will Find as Usual the Biggest and Best Stock of FARMING TOOLS Including Stalk Cuttera, 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. Everything in Plow Gear from Horse Collars down to repair links. Our stock of Hardware was never more complete, and the same may be said of our—• Dry Goods, Groceries and Other Departments including the Undertaker's Department, where calls are answered promptly at all hours. Please remember that we are prepared to furnish hearse as well as Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Direc- tor when wanted. Come to see us when in Winnsboro. Your trade is appreciated here. CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE (J The Winnsboro Weekly News and the Dallas Semi Weekly News both one year i for $1.75. The Season is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 February 1925

WWNgBMO WMKLV WWS THP18PAV TO U. " • •* A* ' W ^ntPVtSe V ••'• V' 4 ' V llAlik' .. ' "■ H 3 i CO IN OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT Over 1,500 Pairs Exquisite Chiffon and Thread Silk Stockings. To be Sold at 95c, $1.50 and $1.95 The Pair In all the New Smart Colors Airdall Gunmetal Dawn Flesh Banana Peach Pearl Penny Brown Russian Calf Light Tan White Black WHIRL Black Patent Kid $8.95 Patent Vamp with penny Brown quarter $3.95 "Uiiatttcnd Mtunt LIDO Patent Kid 3.45 The New Nut Brown 1.45 y r T <4/ jiiamcnd t'/Jurrrf ALICE Patent Kid $S.25 Patent Vamp Penny. Bro- wn quartern $3.95 l 'l)ia motif t. THEOLA Patent Kid 16-8 Lewis heel $5.45 Some in Black Satin 4.95 rxteAW "UHamcnd Ai'taml BRONX Black Patent Kid with Brown trimming 6.45 Blonde Kid with patent side strap. 18-8 spike heel. The newest creation for only $7,95 ___ ROLLINS HOSIERY Spring Footwear Modes A well shod foot on all occosions is .the result...of the selection of your footwear needs J from DOD- GEN CO. A wide showing of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 February 1925

Tk/ 1 •••« RIDAI " D win be g** | "— co! LI [8 School ta f.chool iusu ICIIHiDRHj age bruj A ronji the cow try. Mix) ledy IChildrenI 12! IEN i innsboro IDtri in c7xv. NO. 20. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY Till HSDAY. FEB. 19, 191?, 1NSBORO HAPPENINGS THIRTY YEARS AGO $1.25 PER YEAR MASS MEETING HELD AT QUITMAN fiunsboro needs no introduc- to the citizens of Texas. In It Winnsboro is quite an old rn We have at this office an newspaper that waai publish- I in Winnsboro 83 years ago, the paper had been running 'fourteen years. Tho® Winns had a newspaper 47 years 1" and a town is usually pret- old and well established ien it lias a newspaper. This per was published by Frank Sewell, and was a real nice, >er, with a number of adver- ments of the merchants of town at that time, some [| interesting local reading Jtter, and plenty of foreign domestic news. ft happens so that the issue have was published on May just after a local option e- tion, the pros winning this ie, however, in an election Id...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 February 1925

\ • t I f •' *1NNSB0S0 WBBKLT M*W8 TWtWAY, 1*. ins "% % ^ ^ .HiJ is with IE ©TOBf, rise HA.4 i HA'i ci season -*Jk *f j pe he* vtec jou Vj3 jpr getting oat on tEe coar.tr> roads for a nice autoino- j*swErv of the sOTouMiii? eoacti)* for some time. ont you re*J> be glad when yaa car: ye; oqt Lp the fr^sh air * t 2 / t tm •- I 11 i J ' U| - ^ * ajjd Him suL&hiM with the corUins down. BUT.. >«o oni «&ot >ob pieasufe spoflad vith tar mwb!e. pax/Ctsres, etc. Bnog >vur ear areund and yet it iff tip4&? fdupt im lifco e—t^K Aeaaon. J J 2 -'J .tiabi Ml tuRVfi > Wxiil Maiiiun Learo; Ma* WH* m flk Life i* Tirt "The Ktog of Wfld H6nH the Path*? pictare wed to be th«: ictrsei stayed by rlr^Sirwaf. offer* ; tc- Oi Ifi* BMl UM-UOCF tae*s fN*l? ^ ^ iB< millBE' J* ' j * sr.Hfter of players sufier- hile work- aaaa STATION KM&am DU8PHew i j roost Mfwanonai amazing and ed miror :r^ur es unique drama ever filmed, is i ?R?r icr these but nothing siiQirif# ft lie Amusu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 February 1925

s vir pot sub- at off •dj c) i ^ aod 1141 qaqs-ffiM i | . <V ai| l«I fU| |- Muoi' a Wrf a ha* a |na blu Ji IK •J3 [*V,I3 Ko ojnaa L JSWtlJ " ^rf| ill w ent I un com- I does jibes, linds ladio ttage U re Ling ■*■ 11 I C ? i A WPWgBOKO WEEKLY N«W8 THUH8DAY, FEB, It, im ► vr If^EDJ IIPERBE^I ILLUSTRATIONS 5Y CLARK ABNCVi 7 f-nprM, poubiod^ v IK* A Co. 11 SYNOtfsisiBSW SOfMIMHO-W national. iomtyut SpHML ■ 111 as did a auarrtl thai Is not hi; n. nlnataSB faarf old ftrodiid Hailriu iiouru a> «rf- " Pralrta h r IAPTEH II (•ituhir al tp# lit la the iitfleltMs HIm I. HI SHIna herself, m-nfle. irtMf to ll«> (II dignified, ful ol it * J® oua jvj^ryyou ift&fldblJort! room. She ne deak or c-woni shawl en the wind _ „j;fcaio« #a. toon 9xU was wrouic and h > stove balky. Her " 1tfte >!l< le "fo 4 OeriiWt waiter W lc«ntaNWtWill (the Jilttrk1 fftMs-ef rM<t I iwqlxhr Jhmnftit Hir > Hiiro luind* wkffiifir** Kiffly W W wrnter Helln very morning throughout NoveT. |u \mih (hi'...

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