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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 May 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1925 m pf if I rn ! \ ; i ■ i E & / ■' m iv WHERE TO TRAIN IN LESS THAN HALF THE US- UAL TIME • How would you like to know that before the end of 1925 you could step Into a good position in business—a position paying you a good salary and offering you splendid opportunities for promotion. , , YOU can do that. In fact, if you act now, there is no reason in the world why you should not be drawing your first salary check from business some time in September or October, this year or even earlier. And you will be doing nothing more than thousands oi young people have been doing for several years. At Tyler Commercial College the time required for a business SIX O'CLOCK DINNER HONORING BRIDE AND GROOM TO-BE Monday afternoon at 6 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gibson enter- tained a few couples with a six o'clock dinner honoring Miss Gene Gibson and Mr. Billie Crump of O'Donnell. A delicious salid course was served after which punch was served an< ...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 May 1925

WNNBBORQ WEEKLY NEW 8 THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1925 Wants to Sell You lefrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Garden Hose, Lawn Mowers, Thermos Bottles and Jars, Coleman Lamps and Lanterns, Gasoline Cook Stoves, Ender's Oil Cook Stoves 1 he Nesco Perfect Wood and Coal Cook Stoves and Ranges, Screen Doors and Screen Wire, Poultry Fence, Wire Cots—some of the best and some of the other kind. We are alright also on Paints, Varnishes and Enamels for all purposes; in fact, Anything Usually Found in a Real Good Hardware Furniture or Implement Store ind don't forget our complete stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Buggies, Wagons, Har- ass, etc- Would also mention the fact that we have anything you need in Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Etc. id our prices must be reasonable. Come to see us. Your trade is appreciated here. AMPBELL'S BIG FIVE, Winnsboro, Texas 'or Radios and All Kinds of Radio Supplies See ►erney R. Weir ie Season Is Open InH «nV^ DoVC season Quail season, Duck sea- squirrel season. Each of which ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 May 1925

"m ===== WWNgBOBO NBWS THURSDAY, MAYJ4. 1925 >];il ' ifH I ■ |*| i hi ■ Bj ;r;lf J m ! ¥1;- Kjfc i f, 1 i f 1 I I l J I I I \ i i • 1 ■■■ ■ Gifts that please for GRADUATES When commencement season comes around, it is time t > honor the graduates with some remembrance. In our big , tock of gifts the gift seekers can find nearly anything the want. All kinds of gifts to select from and all are the very latest fads. Come in and et us show you. We feel that we can please you and we would like very much to try. FOWLER'S (SmiMMff OfMi HARMONY Oaa of the neatest cement Ideas we bare yet seen Is a wallow for hogs. Everybody knows that hogs will wal- low. If they don't hare a clean place (or It they will take the next best, and usually that Is a vile hole reeking with filth and disease. No hog owner could make a better more toward pro- tecting his pigs against cholera than to provide them with a clean, sanitary wallowing place, and mix a good dis- infectant like Kreso Dip No. 1 with the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 May 1925

J/V > 1 Uy fh III pedy Childreal that la picti hildrenl V r or or < liila lea e l^vvtlNO. 33, ijpULAR COUPLK MARRIED IN DALLAS Willi""' H. Crunk, former illas attorney, and Miss Gene Jo,, 0f Winnsboro were mar Fridav evening in the audi' 'Tum (,f the East Dallas hristian Church, Dr. L. N. D Mis pastoi' performing the ttnonv. After the wedding couple drove to Fort Wort iirniiifT to Dallas Saturday sratory to leaving for O nnell in West Texas, wher jy will make their home. Mr pnk is City Attorney of Or nell and secretary of the liber of Commerce there. s, G. Audrey Harding sanj ; Lore You," by Cadman, an< br You Alone," by Keeh' npanied by Mrs. Meyer ris at the piano. Mrs i Bolding played the wed march from "Lohengrin, s. Crunk is the daughter J Mrs. T. J. Gibson, widow o:' Ipioneer Texan and long time it Texas resident. She at ded school at Texas Chris University, Fort Worth Texas State Normal col , Commerce; and the Col of Industrial Arts at Den- |Mr. Crunk also attendee la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 May 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, MAY _ 21. 192."> \ Sb{; ;|.j? n t| t r.; fflC t Critica Take I ante With Speech Puriata Sir Jolinstun Forbea-Bobertaon ban taken (m:chs|i h (u criticise our contain pvrarj' fajililonti la pronunciation, au>« the l^mdon Dally Telegraph. Like moat of UiOM who are tiumtWN at a HUhJtH t, lie has no liking for li% pmlaiita unil imrlHis. Sir Johnaton pre fern (lie familiar Round of "often" without the "t," and our usual "agen" to the precision of "ugalii." A long vow t-i Mounil In Hie "my" of "tny lord*" :ie lormidem an Invention of the mod- ern public* Hpenker—who la perhaps liuitalliig the linked sweetneaa long Jrawn out of the modem toHHtniiiHter -and he calla it "perfectly Intoler- ble." If we go hack earlier than the Nine- teenth century we fall Into manifold (rouble. Johnston, who prided hi in aelf on hla corractltude, always sutd "beard" for "heard." as the Illiterate do still. When Boawell challenged bins tie had, to be aure, a reason. If the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 May 1925

TYLER COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS The News has 8 fully paid Scholarships in Tyler Commercial College, value $70.00 each, which will be sold either for cash or good note. If interested, see Us at once and we can save you some money. Winnsboro Weekly News Winnsboro Texas MICE OF TRUSTEE SALE |rhe State of Texas, County Wood. By virtue of authority vest- in me as substitute trustee ularly substituted in the [ce of Andrew Kinkkado, na- and appointed as trustee "certain deed of trust exe- hd by Owen C. Coston and irali Ann Coston on the 1st ly of November 1918, re- ader in Deed of Trust Ree- ls of Wood County, Texas, (Vol. M. pp 699-702, for bet- securing the payment of PMI.OO find the last note of seut.« of six notes having Jcome uue -Tan. 1st, 1925 wit! lerest of 8 per cent nr. ' jtes not having been paid to |e Republic Insurance Com- Dy Dallas, the beneficiary in |(i trust deed, all of which is own in said trust deed afore Id which is made part here- and all things having been bio under said...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 May 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY. MAY 21. 192o_ jjgf f ! !$ 'I lit ) 11 i I I ] , i : m Winnsbcro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor Published Every Thursday Entered as second class mat- ter, September, 24, 19(|9, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. fl.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising rates made known on application. Such stuff us dreams are made of is valuable stuff. A great poet hag said that noth- ing is more pathetic that to watch men of fifty and sixty, painfully, trying to find again, the ideals which they had reck- lessly thrown overboard in the days of their youth. Royal Arch Masons Wednesday night, May 27th, at 7:45, there will be a special called convocation of Winnsboro chapter No. 174, R. A. M., for the purpose of hearing speakers visiting here under the auspi- ces of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Texas. All Roynl Arch Masons are urged to be present. C. M. Cain, H. P. J. T. Gibson, Secy. INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE Well, how do you like this wea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 May 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1925 Jeweler ■* Always at Your Service \ CHECK HOOK Is indispcncable to your business. Makes the keeping of ready cash on hand unneces- sary. Serves as record and receipt of financial tran- sactions. - Learn its many advantages by opening a checking account with this bank today. first national bank WINH8B0R0 TEXA8 Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed fss Annie Lee Cowser is for a few days from Com school, where she finish- es year. bw is the time to buy sum- [dresses and millinery at list prices and enjoy a full on's wear. See them. The uprise. Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Eskridge are visiting Mr. and Mrs. .M D. Carlock. He will preach at the Baptist church Sunday. Special ummer This Week Only pTteeKce,,,tLN>,,?,b Powder Pub FREE with each box ol Nylotis F«ce Powder DeLuxe 75 Cento Thto WMffln .p^i.l l. b«lng offered H1li ** •/*' powder thai goee on •moothly and . ay, on. j, not •howln«poU hut .preod. evenly end *"h ,v,n ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 May 1925

BIRTHDAY DINNER 1 I On Sunday, May 17th, ac- cording to pre arranged sched- ule. the brothers and sisters of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Weems, together with other of theii relatives gathered at the Weems home with all the good eats that was necessary to fill the desire of the most fastidious. The first to appear on the scene found Mrs. Emma Weems in the tater patch and she said that she was afraid that she did not have enough to feed them. But when others began to ar- rive, she just turned rebel, and said of us to pull our stunt and do what we had come to. B. F. was gone out on some errand and did not arrive till lots of the people were there, and when he did come in the house, he could not tell whether he was out on a still hunt, 01 just still at home. He kindei looked the crowd over and look- ed foolish and gave up. Well, any way we all enjoyed it, and when 12 o'clock came, the women of the surprise par- ty just began to open up boxes and spread out on the back porch all kinds of eats. Fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 May 1925

sss W1NN8B0R0 WBWKf.Y NBWfi THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1928 AilTWO DAYS OF eal bargains FRIDAY, MAY 22nd and SATURDAY, MAY 23rd the man or woman who cares to save money, it pay you to take advantage of these prices. Our jk is new and clean and we carry a nice line of fSi Voiles, Broadcloths and other materials for ir summer dresses. for the two days mentioned above we will reduce ■ regular prices on the following goods. We also [e many other bargains but will only quote a few ;es. Give us a trial and you will be convinced [t we can save you money. mm mi LomiE THRILLING DRAMA OF LIFE IN SOUTH SEAS AND FRISCO HERE PRY GOODS led Mercerized Pongee 42c Printed and Dotted Voils 42c irds. Colored Organdy - 8c v pieces Tissue Gingham 10c |1.25 and $1.50 Dress Shirts 85c GROCERIES 15 lbs Cane Sugar $1.00 3 pkgs Soda 20c 7 bars Soap 25c 4 lbs Coffee $1.00 Why Pay More? Clean Store A Clean Stock A Good Place to Trade Ihe Leader Cash Store I A I W.Lambert, Manager -|||Winnsboro, Texas "The Roughneck" co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 May 1925

i' « I1 5*1 'WV. * I. I l I mm I I 1 1 ir • .\4 •T I ''i - WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY. MAY 21, 1 M mm GLADE BRANCH Well, it has cleared off and I hope it will stay clear for a while. Miss Alta Mae Myers spent Sunday with Miss Willie Mar Boles. We had a nice time at sink- ing and preaching Sunday. Bro Ben Harriaon will give us a talk next Sunday af 11:00 o'- clock. Everyone is invited to come. Miss Aleta Glover spent Sun- day wiwth Katherine Dodd. Mrs. G. P. Gibson and sis- ters came over to singing Sun- day. Mr. and Mi's. Wallace Isbell spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Isbell. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fulmer came over to the league Sunday night. We were glad they came and invite them back again. News is scarce, so I guess I'll go and chop some cotton.— •'op Eyes. Mr. Pink Boles received a telegram Friday from Ashland stating his brother, Mr. Will- iam Moreland, was dead. Mr. and Mrs. Pink Boles and son, Harrison and Miss Donnie Bal- lard left here at 5:30 p. m. and arrived ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 May 1925

XVH. NO. 34. iimsbom UJeickt« J&efcs. V innsboro Boy Accidentally Killed in New York ( j, TURNER MFG. CO. J. Turner, with Albert her, manager A. Harris Co Le) and and R. C. Dol- I superintendent, A. Harris lave formed a company un- the above title and acquired patent, accounts, stock and lie manufacturing and £ rights of the Sandlin fn „is company has already be- R, extensive advertising Lgn on their 4-in-l *ord I and shipments have been to various parts of the htry. Territory will be aa- and salesmen placed with next few weeks. This „ be the beginning of the of thousands of these >s, We hear praise and re- nendations from every view on this superior brace. jS ig a brace invented by iSandlin and manufactured Ifinnaboro. us boost this home town |uct. BOY SCOUTS he Boy Scouts of Winns D Troop No. 1. met in the it hall last Friday night for r regular meeting. At eight jck the house wass called to er by the scout master. The was called and all were pre- l except two or three who ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 May 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THI'KSDAY. MAY 28, 1925 FIRE HAZARDS iw ) Everyone is requested to re- move fire hazarito in and aro- und buildings. Not to do so may cause your insurance to be rais- ed or cancelled. Rubbish and lumber should be hauled away. Report to Mayor R. B. Howell and he will see that wagon keeps it away. Do not bum pa- per or trash in streets or alleys. W. L. Barnett, City Fire Marshal. Habitual Constipation Cure! 9 In 14 to 21 Day i e -LAX-FUS WITH PEPSIN" ia a specially, prepared Syrup Tunic-Laxative for Habitual Constipation. It relieves promptly but should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days to induce regular action. It Stimulate* and Ragetates. • Very Pleasant to Take. eMc par bottle WltTIM Ml Ml SVaiBi AFFRONT TO TONY'S ABILITY RESULTS IN REAL HORSE RACE Bring us all the vegetables and fruit you have. We can pay you good cash prices. The W. A* Nabors Fruit Company. Winnsboro, Texas. New Word ! New Words! tfxHumndi of tham tpaHad, pronounced, and defined in WEBSTE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 May 1925

>g Yo, ps r8 ,,....r«nd«r Br.ce-Cro Member Br.ce-R.dl.to, br.c.LHiht B ce..«4.1n.l WINNSBORO WESKLT NEWS THURSDAY MiV 28, IKS \ zAr,-v-c!/ SANDLIN'S 4-itl-1 FORD BRACE MI ■Brace that Supports those Parts Where Protection is Needed Most ^Jot only does it protect and support the FENDERS, CROSS MEMBER, LIGHTS and RADIA- r, but it eliminates the vibration that is so detrimental to your motor and car in general; i causing your Ford to run steadier. hig superior brace is made of steel, easy to put on and adjusted by any Ford driver in 10 or ninutes. Neat in appearance and does not have to be removed to allow any work on car. No t necessary to be drilled which mars the looks of the fenders and cross member. Simply ich nuts from light poflts and quickly adjust with wrench. Even witli three additional fea- the price is lower than the average Ford brace price. Retails for $3.50. iigbrfice is fully guaranteed by the manufacturers. If not satisfactory, money will be refund- [Severnl thousand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 May 1925

'I W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWS THl'KHI)AY, MAY 28,1925 Btfji \% An One Can Roll Down Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pratt of Daingerfield visited Mr. Pratt's aunt, Mrs. Chadick Sun- day. Lightning will charge a dis< charged battery in 3 to 5 min- utes. Located at Taylor and Son's grocery store. Brick Tay- lor. Drue Murrell, who has been in Saltillo several months has re turned to Winnsboro. Ladies visit our millinery de- partment. Dozens of the beauti- ful midseason hats await your approval. The Enterprise. Saving is not much harder than rolling down hill. YOU NEVER FIND A SAVER ON THE MOURNERS BENCH Never in your life have you seen a person who would say he regretted having adopted the habit of saving money. But we venture to say you have seen a great many who regretted not having done so. If you're guilty 'fes8 up and re- verse while there's yet time. M. & P. State Bank "There Is No Substitute For Safety Mrs. Bettie Wilkinson is vis- iting her son, H. L. Wilkinson, and her brother Jo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 May 1925

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1925 AM MARTIN JEWELER sss=rx -* Fine Repairing, Clocks & Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed Always at Your Service A CHECK BOOK Is indispencable to your business. Makes the keeping of ready cash on hand unneces- sary. Serves «« a record ar.d receipt of financial tran- sactions. Learn its many advantages by opening a checking account with this hank today. FIRST NATIONAL BANK WINN8B0R0, TEXAS We Will Sell for Cash Saturday, May 30th Twenty $17.50 Reed Rockers |for $11.75 per chair R. H. McCRARY HARDWARE CO. „ and Mrs. Cam Stevenson daughter. Miss Loraine, i in Rockwall Sunday visit- or. and Mrs. Ixmis Steven- Airs. M. R. Baird of Pitts- urg hag been visiting Mrs. C. V. Weir. World's best coffee—Folger'e Ewell Ward has returned from Fort Worth where has been for the paBt few weeks. Mrs. P. B. Ligon of Beau- mont hus been visiting Mrs. . V. Weir the past week. Mrs. W. H. Ilill left. Friday for Savoy for a few days be- fore returning to her ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 May 1925

I* v I I H W1NN3B0R0 WEEKLY NEW THURSDAY. MAY 2S. 1925 I mi -fhn l> IfMM ! ! , . I1)- |1:|! fcl/T II! M '' i J . I I I ' I I I | 'i v fi I 1 I i? -j T\ I ■ I s5t Ht Jwl, ■I*-: m HM'W 19 Dobt Mankind Owo* to ' Bono factors of Rata Of all the faults of buuian char- aetar, surely nun* ia ao baaa aa heart laaa lndlffaraaca to bcaafactora. And have we tod*/ any benefactora like Cassar, Alfred, CrumwsU and their coni^evri? Our eloaaat frienda, our «arlleat teachera, our parenta then- aalvea are not mora truly our bene- factora than they. To them we owe what we priae moat—country, free- dom. peace, knowledge, art, thought, the cultivated aenae of right and wrong. What a long tale of patience, sacrifice and martyrdom la the hlatory of human progress I Should It not af- fsct ua aa If wa were reading In the diary of a parent the record of hla etrugglea for bla children T For ua they tolled, endured, bled and died; that wa by their labor might have reet; by their thought might know, by thei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 May 1925

W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NBWS THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1925 RADIOS [an furnish you any Standard idio on the market and install Ime in the proper manner. See before you buy. May be ^|e to save you some money, large line of Batteries and icessories in stock. lerney R. Weir OF trustee sale ate of Texas, County tue of authority vest- as substitute trustee substituted in [Andrew Kinkkado, na- appointed as trustee deed of trust exe- fOwen C. Coston and Coston on the 1st [November 1918, re- Deed of Trust Rec- [Wood County, Texas, t, pp 699-702, for bet- ring the payment of | and the last note of of six notes having foe Jan. 1st, 192b wit! of 8 per cent ui. mi' having been paid to Bblic Insurance Com- llas, the beneficiary in [it deed, all of which is said trust deed afore Ich is made part here- fall things having been corner, thence south 14 yds stake for corner, thence W. 132 yds. stake for corner, thence S. 523 yds, stake for corner, thence E. 462 yds to E. B. L. original survey stake for corner, thenc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 May 1925

15—-5 W1NNSBORO WEEKLY MKWS THURSDAY. MAY 28, 192S • •;! I; ' ,9 # w ran t ?• ■E I W.CDODGEN COMPANY Outstanding Values In attractive stripes, smart plain Siik and Cotton Crepes, cool sum- mertime Voiles, new crisp Organ- dies, big range of fast color Linens awaits your inspection and selec- !' tion. Towel Materials Crash Towling for dishes, kitchen or roller towels. 18 Inch Crash Towling, white with red border ISc iK inch Crash Towling, white with red check 25c IK inch 1-2 Linen white with blue check ...... 50c i8 inch Turkish Towling - 30c Turkish Bath Towels At this season of the year one can't have too many :.owels. « <4x24 inch Barber Towels, I5c pr or 2 for — 25c i 0x30 Turkish Face Towels 29c pr. 22x34 inch special at — 65c pr. £4x36 inch Extra special 95c pr. £4x36 Fancy bordered, Gift size $1.00 ea Summer Dress Materials 40 inch Plain and Fancy Figures Voiles 25c. iG inch Flowered and Check Batiste, 39c to 45c 10 inch Fancy and dotted Voile — 50c •G inch embroidered Voil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 June 1925

■Til [SO! . by some >ulla a -With' bmedy ILDREN1 AY <•* Ti. are 7 u, h, '> J/\ jLAI inttshxrro mm. XVII. NO- ;55- HE WINNSBORO « MILLION I DOLLAR STRAWBERRY MARKET ursuant to a call from our •ident, Mr. Moore, the fruit truck growers met Monday oon at the City Hall. A rate crowd of the old Jbvs were present. Several ers of importance were dis- i Among them, setting a for digging potatoes, in loads, as next Thursday and rfinif to use new sacks and de them one and three-quar- I inches up for our city trade fcrs Trust all will see this In to abide by these rules, really is necessary to to jie number one stock besides [need all below that for lie use. seed and otherwise. ..other thing of importance the tomato deal that is coining on and it was de- . that all present would a- to change from the pink [the green wrap tomato, in they show better demand market price at any time should occur during our. season, provided we can cars promptly of the en wrap. Some markets wil utely take...

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