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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 April 1921

14 ,>* • nasmuch as the taxpayer* and to the | the Winnsboro Independent « we had I before you the WEDNESDAY CLUB • of yers wh feel £• set .School District will be called «pl^,w?_/ou# 'ne contributor "" f t''"ST *iVe thi" "Ptw^n^ Jm.ke ThomiU'- 10 "f " f.ot the Board of Trustees adequate provisions t\ " """ 1! bfii authorized to levy a we would have been recreant <>n the property of the dis-Mn our duty and obligation to ict not to exceed one per you. cent on the valuation thereof,1 Respectfully submitted, We, tl;e members of the school • R. B. HOWELL, ward deem it our duty to set President of School Board. fiefore you the following condi- W. W. BUTLER, Sec'y. ' >ns which impelled us to sub- W A. Nabors, A A. Lindsey, mit to the people at this time W. W. ReeH, B, F, Campbell; the proposition to increase our Members of Board, ' tax rate for school purpses. 1 — 1. The enrollment in our FARMING IN EAST TEXAS schools had reached the point — that additional teahing force! With...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 April 1921

AIR VS. EASY MONEY If you can buy goods from us cheaper and get a chance at $100 / %, i -j /jmbw-. One Hundred Dollars $100 that we will give away April 30th, why not? It will be iust like getting monev from home Trv us out Save money on erery purchase and get HUNDRED DOLLARS besides I and Connor - Campbell Lumber Company CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE _ P• S.—Flour Still Getting Cheaper. See Us Before You Buy. fiusboro Weekly News liiner R. Weir, Editor KTyeak IN ADVANCE. Entered as second-class mat- t, September 24, 1909, at the office at Winnsboro, Texas, the act of March 8,1879. [Advertising rates made known l application. UBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Personal and Local Items Special Prices for "THE ENTERPRISE." April— A heavy hail fell in Winns- boro Wednesday afternon. Much ' damage was done to some or-! chards near town. Dr. B. A. Harry I OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in home on North Main Street in Dr. Sum It rook's reni- leoce, Calls anv*ered any time. pinsboro, - - Texas LUMBER COMPANY [ We ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 April 1921

A Loving Cup «■ *«<* no wio u she acunned the list* the marshal shoaled loudly: "Oeneral purpose cow, any breed; drat prise, Mm. Musun Qlaeaon." In eplte of herself she smiled, aa equally lu spite of hereelf, half an hour later, she frowned when her pet According to Thla Story, Quaker lm- pllolty Had Nothing u De With the Matter, Benjamin Franklin was atout to bf presented to the French king on Br MARTHA M. WILLIAMS Jersey heirer. the apple of her ?ye, j the occasion of hit flrat visit to won only honorable mention. She | Fnulce iu capadty of n>pre-<nlt^ thousht she suw Stcidien at the far ft n. , tire from the new America. The court custom of the time demaiul^l that one going to an audience with the king must wear a wig of tin: proper fashion. A count, who ha' Franklin iu tow, sent a wiffanUr the day before to take Ftanklin's measure and fit hiin out for the au- dicnce. The wigmaker arrived at idlng her gently. The creature half i,..i • .. , rnld her lieud und whinnied sof...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 April 1921

I, R *AY BAKER The Good Morning Man w d lull) |ifht I ■ 11 tal "J'StCWM «• ■ •' aradiaaiaj juh del. I-*"**- dMh d"*'1' ' ti\oomi, rnlny morning, and ,irk had been Pi^rful fruiii** of mlud when *tT the tels*rsph office ■ faw set the umbrella In a where II could dry, P-ITo*! and her hat, pvi her tL)lke knob of black hair a fjiwu, tad prepared for busltii .a. Jk,d fell like Joining the cloud* *j try for a rulny dity seemed riure dampening effect or. |H oil il "vernge perso^. ^ li tvu iMH'UUHe her only love TfrfinJiMted on such a day four ' uli,'ii (JInn llnrtlow went ufry afit'i ii furious quarrel rsrver ctime hack. And .Stella L ||ve I ii willing to give her rtilileii. «HIm iiuIi she would not him Ii. un argument thut fruiu ii inixiiiidermiindliig hi a lu'inT ilir t|imrrel and the • U )iu|i|H'iied In a distant wax little excitement In lit life 11 h manager and chief op- • of the telegraph ofllce In this I r,w,ri city. There wu plenty ■gji in Hie and she hud wo Iwitcar ■ part of bt, li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 April 1921

I A OF FERTILIZERS FERTILIZERS ARE AGA1Y. CHEAP Practice of Sid* Application Will Be Extensively Followed 2'hin Year. A: :.n:a, Qa.. April.—Reports receiv- ed from fertiliser companies Indicate that the Soutttrn farmer fell a good deal short of using aa much fertllisera at planting time thia year an usual. Sev- •ral reasons are aaslgned. One la that the farmers waited for the price fertilisers to fall with the expectation of using them In greater quantities than the uaual amount as aide applica- tions to the growing eropa. It seems that the practice of side ap- plication of fertilisers Is quite common ly followed by successful Southern farmer* In fact, the Williamson neth od of growing corn that is popular In the coaaUi plains region of the South, provides that no fertiliser be applied •acapt aa side applications to the corn crop. On the question of aide applications of fertilisers. J. N. Harper, director of the 8oll Improvement Committee and recognised authority on agricultural met...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 April 1921

W!f' sue, !ttn$!botva WINNSIiOKO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS April LI 1921 YEAR i—■ i.,^ Apr.i ZZ $1.25 PER YE CtoS Abos lf ;rou-w,?,t a car'the DSdge " the be8t on the market for the Price* *l Innitoe and Ford cars of the best nnnlftv°?,"i aJ y°"r ???V? when in trouble. Al-so all kinds of Accessor '< iip Can save you monev fnrrL t<- at prices that are always right. Some Groceries and Hardware on 'Slde- Lan bave you money- Come to see us when you want anything in our lines. TOM S. STEEI OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First National Bank wi NNs BOKO, TKXAS At the Clone of HuiIocm F«h. 21, lfi'Jl, „« Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency RESOURCES Loan* and Discounts $1!W,.XT2.0W U. S. Bonds 191,450.00 Building and fixtures 11,700.00 Ca h and Exchange $178,11*0.44 HilUof Exohange .'M,8.W.20 213.02s.w LIABILITIES ('apltal Stock $100,000 00 Surplus Fund 100,000.00 Undivided Profits 9it,242.H2 Circulation 4tt,UOO.OO Bonds Due Customers 7U,4.r>0.00 Bills Payable 40,000.00 Deposit* 44)1.1) ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 April 1921

ft I II I i I s i 51 Baptist Flying Squadron COMING According to the plan of Rev. Bonnie Grimes, Or- ganize ;'^r the Rehobeth Association, there is to foe a RALLY DAY for each Church in the Association. A Flying Squad- ron composed of G. C. Jenkins, W. A. Craven, C. C. Courson, W E. Goss and W. Y. Pond, will therefore visit the Churches named foelow and render a pro- gram on the following dates: Good Hope, Monday, April 25. Rock Hill, Tuesday, April 26. Pickton, Wednesday April 27. Winnsboro, Thursday, April 28. Smyrna, Friday, April 29. PROGRAM 11:00 A. M. Sermon, "A Flaming Message for a Freezing World." 12:16 Noon, Dinner on the Ground. 1:15 P. M. Singing the Songs of Zion. 1:30 P. M. The Message Baptist Owe to the World. 2:15 The Relation of Salvation by Grace and Giving. 8:00 P. M. The Need of Heroic Leadership and Co- operation. 7:80 P. M. Campaign Song Singing. 7:45 P. M. The Causes Rpresented in the Campaign, and Their Needs. 8:15 P. M. Camping at Kadesh-Barnea. W. Y. POND, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 April 1921

jiS ROB GRAVE w YOUNG WOMAN Body and Strip It of i said to Be Worth $1,500. boy with sense of humor ^wmVhr ™' v.«th Will Davalap |nt# , «Qr##t American Jok« mlth." Jaim-g Tillay, auperintendent «f the lerre Haute schools, has juat returned from the superintendent*' convention at Atlantic City. One ,^Wh« Clara Ound.rt.er. ;0f the cit/a principals happened to srj ssr an,,1101,1—^ <£ ^tn. children about the meeting. At w 8«r(M"i «**• B*rry du* J"®01'"* l,er Pr'®*ry teacher came to mw wratly an* n>a<le the her. "Why on earth did you tell (tot |bou! had at rl| ped tin your children that Mr Till. v xr>rrr rijL"Tii; jry* *. ?J*M of Jewelry, burl* with at,k( (1' L ,m worth 11,600. The police, j Kev. George Risen L«ff* 1 mother The principal was surprised. She - . Patented that she ha«l Kaid nothing tbe Angel Guardian a or* Gf the sort. Hut the primary teach- „d ii^, OTK„r,i(Wi(„r rilr,zyi,;. drcn hud tolcl her so. An investi- gation was begun and it was dis- covered tlint one of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 April 1921

——— 3 m - '* I ' I L: 1, III &3f LOOK WHO IS COMING DACK ROY E. RISKS HER LIFE TO VIEW LAVA FLOW Woman Has Exciting Experience Seeing Eruption of Mauna ,u Loa in Hawaii. Hllo, Hawaii.—Accompanied by a dlii|iuMiin riiur, similar to nothing in the experience of those best acquaint- ed with Miiunit Low, ii giant fountain of lava, :m* feet In diameter, In rush- Jng :«H i'«ft Into tli<> air at a new DOG LEADS TO GRUESOME FHUl SNows Extreme Fright When i Owner Tries to Put Him in Cellar. FIND WOMAN'S FOOT AND HIS POPULAR PLAYERS WINNSBORO April 25 SURE ALL LADIES FREE, MONDAY NIGHT Program for the Week MONDAY NIGHT The Dollar Power TUESDAY NIGllT The Higher Law WEDNESDAY N1C.11T Because She Loved Him So THURSDAY NIGHT The Little Girl God Forgot FRIDAY NIGHT Fair and Warmer SATURDAY MATINEE Sweet Clover SATURDAY NIGHT BringingUpFather New Vaudeville Between Acts Band and Orchestra Woman Views Lava Flow. break in Ihe side of the ancient vol- cano. Kight thousand live hundred feet ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 April 1921

to *1CU/ 117 tv TA T*JT TfHot Air vs. White Lightning linvp fruit jars full of hard cash (K(Yr t innrr^ixy^ net'you? hard Ca6h <N0T WHITE UGHTMNG) will g„ scmtcne n,u Saturday, April 30th. j Better Get Your Tickets We are selling goods cheaper and with each dollar pur- " - cliase or Paid on account, entitles you to a ticket at tnis racney. You Cannot bo Wrong 11 you need the goods and the price is riSht, you can't go wrong * - and besides you may pull down this HUNDRED DOLLARS. R,m .be^the Saturday, April 3Qth .14 o'd.,k and Connor-Campbell \ CAMPB !G FIVE Lumber Company P. S.-If Cheap Prices and a HUNDRED CASH TO-BOOT sounds good to you, come to see us. Personal and Local Items Lsboro Weekly News (Homer R. Weir, Editor A YEAR IN ADVANGE. . - Buggies and ntered as second-class mat- ; ,,<>vv at , September 24, 1909, at the ( ,,(r ''IVI'" T *' ! * of yds. the, act of Match 3,1879. o( JMtv- Spring Percale, Ging- SdvertisniK rates made known 'i;m "■ ' 1''^ and Organdies. L ti n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 April 1921

Rj W.. White Front Market J. H. HORNBUCKLE, Prop/ietor The Best of Everything Handled in a First- Class Market Remember We Will Deliver Your Meat to the Grocery Stores Your Patronage Appreciated DISLIKE LONG FREIGHT Would Seom to •« Rhmi why Railroad Mm Am Oppoeod to to* Innovation. Pi I m* ll. m 11 /i U ? j ' H d 1 | 1 T In a i. the future may. the past has never. the present cannot. produce bf.tter 'service — TRY — BEXLEY & ACKER For your GROCERIES. WE CARRY the BEST NEW AND FRESH Our .Hotto "Service and the Goods. I B. & A. GROCERY Phone 232, Winnsboro ! I I ,1 ' w 'A I 5 fll 1 # is not that which depends upon alco- holic but upon tonic- nutrient virtues. scorn EMULSION is the purest kind of nutriment and helps the system keep up with the wear and tear upon strength. a Lao makwi or Kl-MOIDS (TaMato or Qraiwtoa) £o INDIGESTION IO-23«k 1 STEW SATyJypAY V vitew win oe aervfed Saturday, April 30, for benefit of the High Schdr>l annual. You need not cook dinner at home; eat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 April 1921

^jrCE OF ENGRAVING1 Hi )UBLI M.d. |B America if T l v*kl«n Oovsrnmsnt NMl *•*_ • Art. fischo- Slovak 100-rrown «>ff tl,e P"" of the ' |U|,W Not.- conptnr and jh> AmcrlC11" CN*'®® 10 ^ l',e (Dtintic pi"* "f work ever k( the company for any for- l Wvfmniont. Tlx- face of the £n«.ns t tli* l^t «™ven- ign with the "Kuren "100" *TLr tide of the heraldic Ho- iLhon rtfi>p*nt At the ri.-ht fi^Bibolic ,iK,,rt' n',,re" P11U. of tin' western Sill v.- I til Entire background ma(k' MP of i k$m together with typical igt orDsments of the ( zwlis Jftiaka. [ft, revere side ia symmetrically d. the i being a splendid BtjDg of the famous Charles . of Prague, w't'' the thou- JUr-oM castle of Hradcany J the carved spires of the (.'at he- ll of St. (i y looming in the far Kdive. At either side is a | Ciech or Slovak peasant girl IV folk costume. [fb< paintings used for the cn- L,,j, ar(> the work of Alphonse 1,(1,, Cwcho-Slovakia's most re- living artist, whose huge representing the growth ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 April 1921

"Winnie" Loveday Accused by Police of Being Society "Raffles." BETTER THAN FICTION Spurned Wife Took '* Poison When the Man Selected A "Other Woman." Detroit.—Mr. and Mr*. P.titl Prisons ■nd the "other woiuhii," Mrs. Tbelinn Delvgirte. hud guth<*red In a c x.v little flat Id tlda city, Tlie silence Man broken when the wife told her liu - band tlint he muat take hla choice be tween the two women. .IOV ing In the wil.ln of ColomWa «t nn A> HnnoUllc«d !hhL weok I mi< As it taken .six days to the need, we would like to h prove moat valuable to plant breed- * v« us the tacts and ligures eyery Qne interetjt«l to drod*n ano at a "bargain^? iU relative to planting, cultivation, . ' ■ thp next jw ■" ** a or era in the United States. The fruits are two auil one-ludf iuchea long by I harvesting an inch and one-half m thickness Broom Com. at our office in the next and marketing jays and gives us their ni and the amount of seed LOST —Cameo br^. Mrs. Garrett'* and Mri « ... —- — wo m T p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 April 1921

tmtsboro p ^ - =— ^ 1N.NSLORO, V\ UQD COUNTY, TEXAS April 29 1(J21 $1.25 PER YLAK a Car> the D5dge is the best on the mark* for the price. Let fewand Ford cars of the Iw n.Sftv°n !S > your co{nmaild when in trouble. Abo all kinds of Accessories ^ fan save vou monev SmP t!I at,Prices that are always right. Some Groceries and Hardware on ( an save you money. Lome to see us when vou want anvthincr in nnr 1in*a TOM S. STEED. [The Man Who Has .No Regrets are days when thousands of people regret they did j uve money. Homeless, penniless, without work, bit- i ,egrets are theirs for the money they might have «j but did not. The nan who took time by the fore- t and lias an account at the First National Bank is i man whose present is safe. Why don't you prepare rthe future? You don't know what it will contain. t/f you have cold cash in the bank it will be here fot i in your day of need. [First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas Icrogjin & Drummond |F '1 LUMBER JINGLES, FAlircSr. Wurvf a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 April 1921

II H good living at tue ond of 192" and a more aaiistied c'tixer ship than w have hau in the years that have post. Let'p tr, to break loose from cottor. (Collect up in some way suffic: runner of 85/bOf all ienl stock. hogs, sheep, goats, ^ human ills. It brings c.am, t anything and eve: v r on more suffering, th ng to eat up the surpliu I moTC sleeple8SoeM, cropS KroWn and turn thes< mora ill-temper than jn^0 moilPy instead of the wnt of money from growing II« uui IVw w**-. cotton, thus giving time am; j RID of constipation.' opportunity tor the children to 11 Nor do you have to take attend our public schools an I * any nauseating, griping enjoy some of the realities, ;• 4k medicincstodoit. Take thing that all must do to get ■w-% tv T \ .out of this life tor our All J[ jfj m | j f\_ .A. I vV'se Creator intends we should RICH-LAX is a new tnn'ment. It deans oul and do some the system, ren-.ovesth -prisons from the thing aru l)e something as we body, aud p*it« you in nhape to accom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 April 1921

PUCES FOR BIRDS [ ii Pelnta Out for the Pr« rv«t on of Marth A •••• Uutory bir«U are to be in-' f{r their prevent number* ITj it in necessary to i*oii- L|,r ami marsh areas, say U 0[ tlir biological survey jitcd Stat''# Department of L Small lakes. «wanips builders did work well Reef *f W.Mmin.t.r Hall, Lo«H.n, „ • Wonderful Pioco of Cxoait ft™ Corpontorin®. died hearing favorite sono AMENDMENT hi1 I A purty of members uf t|1<; J{o | Institute of British Architect* re- Witlv inspected the renovation of Wertillfh ter hall r(KJf, Hir Frank Hiiine* of the olliee of works e*plaimd the progress of the renovation ami pointed ollt j|U) ^4 u or inland or marsh 1 glories of llw old roof, which he de- uced by these water fowl j cril;'d w* wonderful carpentry, nj,, renting u'"1 rearing )"*" "•# nn ouiers who have writ- ^■j it in absolutely cs- ' (>l the roof an remarkable alike iigre 'in^j with others who hnv Jftit during their migration r"r Ul*' neautv and the ingenuity of fmler the bir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 April 1921

t ' 4 % J ! WHO IS COMING BACK ROY E. FOX AND HIS POPULAR PLAYERS WINNSBORO MAY 2nd SURE On account of bad weather and many requests from citizens the show will stay another week in Sulphur Springs. ALL LADIES FREE MONDAY NIGHT Lawyar Hatty In Aaaumlnf That Mm Court Wm Llttcnlng to Argu- ments of Attorn*/. There wan an amusing ending of • civil case tried in a Wyoming court. It was an appeal case and on on* side wm a testy lawyer and on th« other a number of inexperienced attorney*. Tlie arguments on both aide* had been hoard and thf case doaed for judgment. Suddenly one c>f the inexperienced lawyers got up/ and addressed the court once more. The testy lawyer stood it for a moment, but losing patience, he also rose and addressed the court in this wise: "Your honor, I would beg with all respect to point out to the court that my learned friend opposite is entirely out of order in addressing the court, and if I ntny be permit- ted to say so, the court has no right to lie listening t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 April 1921

^ " —— Cash vs. White Lightning ^VeWhy1 not you? °f ^ Cash (N0T WHITE LIGHTNING) will — go someone next Saturday, April 30th. j iHT- ■ We an selling goods cheaper and with each dollar pur- paid on account, entitles you to i ticket at tnis money. Better Get Your Tickets You Cannot Go Wrong If you need the goods and the price is riSht, you can't tro r~ and besides you may pull down this HUNDRED DOLLARS. R.m«nb«ji,e d.i« Saturday, April 3Qth .t4 wrong CAMPBELL'S BIG FIVE and Connor - Campbell Lumber Company p. S.-If Cheap Prices and a HUNDRED CASH TO-BOOT sounds good to you, come to see us. [hsboro Weekly News R. Weir, Editor A YEAR IN ADVANCE. [filtered as second-class mat- September 24, 1909, at the at Winnsboro, Texas, the act of March 8,1879. [Advertising rates made known i application. UtM Personal and Local Item s Mrs. Victor Searcy and daughter are in Hot Springs, Ark. John Coats was in Dallas Monday buying ffobods for Campbell's Big Five. C. B. Gorman left Tuesday ED EVERY FRID...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 April 1921

r ' lal \ Is I: 'M i Hi I! It 1 I ;" Si 'i I ■i' iii i !• ^ ' 1,1 \r . . '.Ht > i« BEAUTY LIES IN THE MlNO I YOUTH KNEW HUMAN NATUHE Hit Aniwtr to Moral Question Merited Him as On# Slngltd Out for Future Vsat.i«ss. Dr. Xicholan Murray lintlar, thi famous ciiuiationalist, .-ai<l at a din- ner in lirooklvu: "['w)|4i' talk a lot of nonsense about tilling ehunv-ter by tin1 walk, by the handwriting and so on. Now, there's one way yon can really tell character, and that in by putting moral quotations to school chihlrvn. "I reiwuilier a schoolboy who an- swered one of these moral questions, Iwck in 1HH0, in auoh a munner ax to convince ine that he. would he- ' conic a realistic novelist. Well, that ! boy in a realistic novelist, and a good one, today. "The moral question put to his males and to him was this: "'If a boy sold a pair of broken skates, and he knew they were broken while the buyer did not, what would y'ou tfiink of the trans- action Y "To this question the realistic novel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 April 1921

L. Qj I h£AL BARGAIN' 9ttain«d Fanoui Statue of «•Cd,t m of On:. j„ pr-paring '« celebrat* Kwi:1 "f E«..!< M In K. !),• l.onvfr. ,, nrMi>ii "f the ■'> , (n.uHict with the (iillrclioii of dula ||(,,;ti;ry of \r.h«)logi< «l !> «- j|r hum** evidence cnn uf u« tic immortal ulattif I jn jflSO in several pie* * •!juint«f Melon. French ' '• ,w told of 11"' , x- \\ K mid r< ; 'rt«il the in::! lor )irpst told Smyrna, Smvr- Constantinople, and tlio m:liaifailor there offered to btUtu<< prii'-t. however, had al- jd^ht it from the commune id, but being hard lip, liadl lid the easli. A messenger | French legation thereupon thp ronnniine witli ?/ () L|i|: 0), nml curried olT Aph- aonoDDDDnoogD ° Indigestion g baptist church i fup.nit he built to last , music is sent over wire for the •ftnjr pflrto'ii, otturwlun Vlr. jrom 'ana heilthr, urn bottom i occur, lour.lJy with Uxligeatloo. The effoctn of a disordered stomach on the Ryutem are dangerous, and prompt treatment of Indi...

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