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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 May 1921

Ill -N\ SI i* IEO CARVER AN EXPERT MHMWMMMMMMR . I Mweh Time anS Weill Required in Werk, and Slights* Clip May B« Anal. j The atone—onyi and aardonyx— from which cameos are carved ia ao plentiful on the Uruguay river, Braxil, that slupa often take it away as ballast. Nevertheless, perfect piecea of large sixe are costly, a piece suitable for a large portal cost- ing as much as $76. This stone ia preferred for cameos because of its hardness and durability, and ia suit- able for such work owing to the fact that it conies in layers of contrast- ing color, as black and white and cream, or red and white. When the cut figure is sunk into the stone in- stead of being raised, the cutting is called an intaglio. The cost of these gems is due to the time and skill re- quired in tlie work. Formerly a small gem might occupy an artist for a year or more, but with modern appliances the work can be done much more rapidly. Still, the an- cient work l>cars the palm for artis- tic excellence. The c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 May 1921

Dal aye NE pe >eot T« ASSIFiED TOMATOES, BEANS AND LATE CABBAGE -- y®a!" baa brought many mt-*n °c Thy K«t. See R. C. Camp- prices. The result* so far have | been as good or better than k— j ia any yenr Wl* bave ever had gENT—House andI 10 Rlght now i couId market aj 2 miles north of , fine prices in car loads both lwf Jf S Mcto'" -e and l)€Hn8- The caM uit tore. iT^tpicture show Satur- h "« also lieen heavy for toma- toes and inquiries as to when we would begin shipping. Our . I . u potatoes are going to brinir ht, small co n purse con- ,,ood prices mark#ted along. small change and ring ^e first of June. Krye cameo set. arty who ( What we can yet ^ant fw ?,!?!! Sisummer money: Tomatoes, and FIJI ISLANDERS PIOUS RJ F«rm«r Fi.ro, South Soa Cfnnlbalu Havs Boon Conv«rtod Into Al- meat Ideal Cltlasns. . to the oca* dental, call up grueiome fewstt of "long pig," an(1 u;„ of btrbar0Ull cruelty, a writer in Asia stater It •• true that the Fijians were once among the fiercest of the isla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 May 1921

37Efl C $ Itl 'i II 1 i i 1 it\ i 1 C AAA Mfen*8 Shirts, Boys* Blouse® 1D,UUU Wash Suits One of the worid's largest manufacturers of Men's Fine, Dress shirts, Boys' Blouses, Shirts and W;ish Suits closed in one great big lump approximately 15,000 garments at prices representing price concessions or net losses to the )• kera ot' many thousands of dollars. Perkins buyers went to this manufacturer with CASH MONEY and bought his nerchandise at such ridiculously low prices to enable this great big retail organization to announce one of the great est—if not the greatest VALUE GIVING event ever inau- gurate! 1 by any retaVer of merchandise. You can come to the Perkins Stove w:th the expectation of finding the l>eat mercmndise in th^vorld in the form of Men's Shrits, Boys Shir Li. Rlouses and Wash Waists at PRICES that will as- tonish you. P I r«l 2800 SILK DRESSES A big New York manu/.cturere offered the Perkins buyers a by inducemnt t(* relieve him of fifty per cent of his on hand merc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 May 1921

s ;es lits 87 [ijs -bottomless nr |78®u«K "He. Wh,«h [-J, H.. 0 Ullli«< in Fathommfl. fittllrtit a I...t1 m—«M of J, r,ii I ' "=""r"1 in !i,«- « ' '* Afrl(.j. It iviisisU of a circu- ibout fifteen f«flt in dh uiil goi"-|ilrmij/111 -low., in- V,|.of I i earth to an un- dfrth. To l,le fpw w,lite L („ve risited it this queer town i the '"l'ottoni! *« „| tin' name is h peeiilialy that liolm lv no ar ' |f(| in ftthoi.iiug it. iiri- br,« h«v-> -11 advafl. ,1 to (or tli"" existence of this jitnrnl pin nomenon, one of oft, plaucil'l* being that it | th blow-hole tif a loiig-ex- L^r. Tlier • is, however, a Ltantia) story among the na- L the shaft is I lie work of [having, w> they assert, been Lf vertrs .1..- by a number [,«. people who came from fcrth. «n<l wilt Imtt-Jt laden L|d «itr«eted from it. Ydt I native yarn concerning it ii> L ijfo men went down the |d time out on the bank of Up (Orange) river, many i*j, and that, in one cavern Ln| through, they found bright stones," ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 May 1921

AJSmma J P } J f g!y ,1 a in ■ In m| new size ickage LUCKY STRIKE 10 cigarettes for 10 ots Handyand convenient; try them. Dealers now carry both sizes: 10 for 10 cts; 20 for 20 cts. It's Toasted CLUB BOYS BMHHMttKNT Why Nat RjWhw Me*ieo? The elub boys of th l and nd' Some time afo we pointed .joining counties wiM hnvtf t .eir out that the situation existing outing the 2H, 29, |tb<f 8' «f between this country and Mexi ,'une on Wei'* Lake iiear th*1 c0 ^ noj changed materially cv'tter the ICounty, MiJ'wj- , „ in the dire(.t|on 6f gmlt diver and I h tve >een and lo- " cated the exact spot where we er complication, for eight yen). . e to carnp and find, that it und that until adequate guar- is a fine place for camrfng and antees were given that a i 'io for swimming. We are e\- ch would be made al| talk ,«°«n;tion [ « !he A. & M. College trt be ther<> government would be futiie. ..'so Mr Rd Worthy of Dallas The recognition of Carranzn v )l *>e with us. A bi>f time i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 May 1921

inns [XII NO. 39. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUN Vf \Y 27, 1921. We Have a Few Dodge Brothers Motor 'l usquick if yoiPwant one. Dodge Brothers Motor Cars #1* ws. When in trouble don't forget our Service Station. I $1.25 PER YEAR Which We Will Sell on Credit e best made for the money. Ask the man who oOils, Gas and Free Air. Tom S. Steed. Life' NOTICE GIVEN BY THE CITY MARSHAL S Uncertainty hit will become of you when you can no longer work a living—and what will become of your loved if they are taken ill or die ? |The only certain thing in life is its uncertainty. You nnot alter this—you can provide aganist it. A sav- ngs account at the FIRST NATIONAL BANK is one of insurance that insures against all things. 11.00 starts it. [First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas There has been several com- plaints made to me of viola tion of the traffic regulations, and we though best, belore making arrests, to give w.«r n- lng to the public of these traf fic ordinances. All motor vehicles operated on the str...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 May 1921

[ > «fT, f i mm B. Gorman dipd at hie home in this city Saturday morning and was buried in the city eemo U-ry Mow.ay. Mr. Gorman wa:, a popular business man of thi.. place and was held in high e teem by all who knew him. He Wi.8 truly a Rood man; no one ever spoke ill of him and he was a friend to all. The New: regrets his death and extend sympathy to the wife and chili' ren who are left to mourn hi. untimely departure. HUMMER NORMAL AT STOUT BEGINS IN JULY •3BWS OF CHRISTIAN The normal at Stout will be- CHUCRH REVIVAL gni July 25 and continue fo: The good reports of the Ed- six weeks, or to September 2 The purpose of the normal io MR. POLLOCK TO BE HEARD IN CONCKRT Pare, l° prepare teachers- and Pros" We herewith show aisplendui „ . , pective teachers, in certificate jjkeness of Mr. Pollock, wr o will on all corners and we are work for the second grade Sta appear in concert next Monday to .give this word to the thru the columns of The "The Evangelist is a native Tfemn. having he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 May 1921

■ V flf* X^t'' We knew this hour was c< Women s And Child ret s Shoes at the old price levels for Al qualities "n(i chiWren' low sh0M h ™ " arrived and we are co„, e^r7L°v«,xtrmt;n\m'ny ^ ■** at the pricoa ,w,ow-thra Brown kid ox- foiUs welt soles very flexible mili tary heel $4.95 Black kid oxford very best of soft kid stock turn soles $4.50 Girls low heel ox- fords brown eaif arid brown kid « $3.95 Whtie canvas one and two strap pumps $2.95 Childrens' bare- foot efandals, size 8«/a to 11 $1.50 ■ ■aW} iV,v<r . . ihjr x ^ Childrens' Bare- foot sandals, size 11 V-i to 2 $1.65 w. C. DODGEN CO. mam. ——trm liusboro Weekly News liiMMr R. Weir, E4it*r LTayear in advance. festered m second-class m t- , September 24, 1909, at the office at Winnsboro, Texas, er the act of March 8,1879. ivertising rates made known ipplication. 1lished every friday r. B. A. Harry )PATHI0 PHYSICIAN i in home on North Main *tin Dr. Sam Brock's re.*i- Calls ans wered any time , - - Texas Mr. arid Mrs. Fred ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 May 1921

ea In a new lza package I 10 for 10 ots m (§) XXZj&zS METHODIST NOTES The campaign for $33, 000,0Q<> for Christian Education bogifts next Sunday. Winnsboro's quoth of this amount is $7, 900, W. have alr#Hdy subscribed about $5,500. Many other churches of the North Tex b Conference have already gone over the top with their quota. Winnsbor« should do likewise before the campaign is over. I appeal to every ounce of church pride and sense of loyalty to God and his Son Jesus Christ, that we as a church may possess to put this program over. It is our opportunity to set ourselves right before the world Brethren let's do it. We can if we will and we will if try. I kqow it looks like a big task. But our quota is not the tithe of our expenditures for lux uries and non esentials. O, if we just had a financial conscien ce it would come easy. My peo Kle I beg you to come to the elp of the Lord against the mighty. America is sleeping over the mouth of a mighty volcano, the surging of wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 May 1921

• ""ir >W' ™" A LONG LIVE OF SERVICE ENDED On April 26th, the spirit of Thomas 8. Crawford, one of the oldeBt and most respected citi- zens of the Forest Home Com astrous defeat of the greatest army ever assembled on the American continent, and of the bitterness occasioned by the "Carpet Bag" rule which follow ®d. As many of we younger Americans have never read the munity was carried to its eter- 4°l re(lu'red to be taken by nal home by the angels whose Tu86 w^° '°"0wed the flag of coming cannot be knmim J;"® confederacy, we copy the following: OATH OR ALLEGIENCE mg cannot lie known nnd land whose going can neither be genuine M BULL DURHAM eco makes 50 j cigarettes for 10c yltcz. heard nor described. — Grandpa Crawford was liorn, ?V Alabama, Pike county. |in Henry County, Georgia on J- Thomas S. Crawford, do the fourth day of April 1RJ?r> *°'emn'y swear that I will hence being 86 years and 21 days old' f0r!h 'dthfuHy support, pro at the time of his deith He f ? aP 'de^nd the C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 May 1921

: ■ -7^-^s iv* m a I M * 1 / ANUFAC RER'S SAlE This Perkins Store. Recrived its Quota of this Great Purchase and Offers These Sensational Values 2800 Silk Dresses Men's Shirts, Boys Blouses, Wash Suits 15,000 SEE THE BIG WINDOW DISPLAY COMPANV WINNSBORO, TEXAS THE FAMOUS TOM SAWYER WASH SUITS Men's Shirts At97c we will feature the finest Shirts— choicest patterns of the season; every gar- ment crisp and new, perfectly made in a co.iplete run of sizes from 14 up. Take your choice of these wonderfful values at this unheard of price on such merchandise at 97 c Boys' Shirts In this big lot of Boys' Shirts weoffer choice selection from scores of pattersn in Percales Madras and Soisettes, many of which bear the famous "Tom Sawyer" label—these are astonishing values at our price; your choice at only — 97 { Included Are The "Tom Sawyer" Suits and Blouses Men's Shirts Men's Shirts Boys' Blouses $1.29 $1.69 89c In this big lot of Men's Shirts will be found the season'*- choi- cest patterns in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 May 1921

iSSiFIED north ^t. See' R. C. Camp- REKP-House on orNT—-House and 10 2 miles north of town, targe refrigerator in food ition for sale. J. 8. McGee flit store. At picture show Satur- Eftit, small c<" " PU^ < m .small change and nag iigreecameo set. Party vho ■ jt up will please return Katharine Rhone and re- i reward. |riM—Roomers. See S. C. tr, the Watkin's man. SALE — Residence with cre ground facing Myr- rtrWt. Something nice. See m Robertson or write me. [M Pierson. lit Praetor- | bidg.. Dallas. Texas. _AII kinds, prices Located second i north of Ben Hill's. Mrs. Martin. SALE—I have a nice 6 house and lot with bath repair 2 Mocks of Bur- i College will trade for | East Texas farm. Robert ji, 4503 Washington St., nville. Texas. KG wanted. See me at k Nichols.--Mrs. J. L. lote. t BENT—Furnished or un fished rooms. Mrs. Fuquay. FBI)—'To buy second hand buesrv in good condition. I Fuquay. SALE- Woodstock type r: nearly ecw; price $60. |Sparkm,iii. route 6. WINNSBORO SUMMER NORM...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 May 1921

11 I II If! H . I Bill Tlin" 1 MSi T. B. TURNER & SON's *1 GREAT MONEY RAISING ANNIVERSARY SALE ijl Beginning Saturday, May 28th, at 9 o'clock Sharp FREE FREE At 8:45 a. m. Saturdny, ?«x Guinea? will be thrown from the roof. Each Guinea will have a merchandise tag: t:ed to its leg.— Catch the Guinea and keep it—brir.g the tag to us and receive $1.00 in merchandise Free. We nfesH our sins, repent ask foigivenes* and want to start business a o . Our begetting sin like the average merchant was overbuying. Wi r e stoing to clean up. There is some merchandise we will discontinue We are celebrating this our 8th Anniversary with the BIGG K ST SEL- LII G EVENT OF OUR HISTOKY. It is a GREAT SACRIFICE. Our ent ic Stock will be on SALE. Too. our Wholesale friends have joined hai in with us in maknJg this a BIG SUCCESS, and have forwarded to us lai je shipments of the highest class of merchandise at BIG REDUC- TIONS especially Priced for this SALE. Store will lie closed all day Ftldry prepa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 June 1921

1 E FalL ;speci have >rt.hy iday, clock e of i) the I the I ivtry beco earteO. take lard fif 4 jail m ).) uric ^ i i:a* IcorW j Iforf lomptlf I Tiki It 0 wklis OL. XII NO. 10 _WINNSBORQ, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNE 3, 1921. i $1.25 PER YEAR 'of Sale Redu^dUPripp^rnL"l^rfn(^ ^r^(] R.oa£?ter and Touring Cat. • Storage Batteries in Stock; Tiies at ',n , rp R ,„v rarhnrptore-rnr' i^ 3' V ge and Ford Stat Coveis, Special Prices on Dodge nd foul lo,) ut-covers, Lai bureter?, Oils, Gas and Greases; free Air and Free Water T O Ci J ton't Forget our Service Station when m trouble. First-Cla.-s Work, Reasonable Prices'. 1 OiH 5. Steed SANITATION NOTICE A Checking Account IHave you a checking account at the FIRST NATIONAL Bank? Are you a person of some means—a business man _ clerk? You have all kinds of trouble keeping your ac [counts straight—don't you? Lots of able men are not [drilled in keeping accounts. If you deposit your money as [it comes toh.md and pay bills by check you "will find ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 June 1921

1 11 if e Home Spent Dollar (a. m. e. district conference HERE Consider the wisdom and judgment of the HOME-SPENT DOLLAR. In its pcpful comniumty-inspirinii career it hIwhv splnys sufe. Its busi- ness transactions are backed by guar- antees. Advertised goods are guaranteed goods The merchants of this com- munity do not advertise their wares unless they are good goods. It doeiM pay to advertise merchandise that is no t good And it is the home merchant who advertises his goods that attracts the DOLLAR—makes it the HOMK- SPENT DOLLAR He in turn directs the dollar back to guaranteed firms— the advertising lirin. Follow the trail of the HOME- SPENT DOLLAR for two weeks— and you will learn that it enters the doors of the advertised firms The jingle of HOME-SPENT DOL- LARS is a merry tune—if we ALL play jl together—and business will HUM to that tune, tool '-Xh^Qx-J~K The district conference rf th A. M. E. church convent We<ij ; r.esday and eontirued in W8.-""ii jt i roughout Su!iday. A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 June 1921

ptv'G containing two iV^PPer cent Owner [pi same at this office. Cotton J500 Stock in Far Oil company. R. [gALt-Or 1 in trade: Good house in town, small 'grfaS cylinder ^nmlers (food condition. S. r. INel Tuesday, near railroad , 0n Main street, blue A*r. Finder please re to M. D- Carlock. REN'f— House on north 2U. See B. C. Camp- LAt picture show Satur- lit, small coin purse con- small change and ring Krre cameo set. Party who 1 it up will please return Katherine Rhone and re- [ reward. SALE — Residence with litre yrourfd facing Myr- net. Something nice. See Robertson or write me. Pierson. 414 Praetor- Dallas, Texas. |RENT— Furnished or un hed rooms. Mrs. Fuquay. J5D—'To buy second hand (buggy in Rood condition. Fuquay. SALE— Woodstock type nearly new; price $60. arkman, route 6. YOUTH IS CURED BY WOMAN EVANGELIST Dallas, June 1.—Thousands rose spontaneously to . their feet and cheered at the colise- um Tuesday night as a 7 yer old learned to walk and run up and donw the aisles of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 June 1921

to aptf •*. %*wm IF It's Meats We have it—all kinds at live and let live pre-war prices. We also carry a line of Flour, Meat and Feed. Also Pure Hog Lard at 15c per pound CITY MARKET 1 r STOMACH INDIGESTION MONEY IN STRAWBERRIES Tkediard's Black-Draught Highly Recommended by a Tennessee Grocer lor Troubles Re* suiting from Torpid Liver. Ill ' J; ) • % J. H. Moulton, who lives 011 Colonial Hill, informed us this morning that he had a patch of Strawberries 30 by 90 feet from which he has gathered and :so' l this season $91.00 worth j besides having all the berries he and h's wife could use, and still has plenty of berries.— Mt. Pleasant Hustler. And with such evidence as that Mt. Pleasant ought to be big strawberry shipping point . Th< i Around Winnsboro growers are .tnoy Of Thedford's Black-Drauicht, the daily equally as well OS the ®8nn'®*' h#fb' ,,ver '• Colonial Hill farmer and while ▼ouchsd for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, 0 Winnsboro is the largest berry !T°lP.r .k l . w !" w,tb°ut ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 June 1921

A TONIP will When yo« feel Ha ir to tlie the •ppe |,«1 lu U e wnkc v« *7 ...— ehill T«rf* to QainlM .wpended in I mm children like It Tba Mood "ailNlNE M> Pur"lf 11 ,nd ,RON 10 pj,uor« Malarial germs and by ita Strengthening. Invtgof L «* JUNE 1th* krww" Pttsburg| optician, will b« in Wln^boi-o 2 days, Friday and Saturday, June 8 and 4. J yoo n««d glsssss Me this optical expert. Satisfaction guar anteed. Examination free. Of- fice at Hotel. STOP THAT ITCHING COTTON ACREAGE ■*- _j will turn ambi- , ^to ill-tempered UfM quicker - is constipation. ftfc ix3y more liable to ■rous diseases than this [poisonous condition. ,1 k constipated! It tant J* Milble! It '■n't neceeesryl Be TnTdon't rely on ordinary laxatives you. Try loat—d ths newt treatment for JCH-LAX uratlon not only ortrcomta con- fjt It doe* away with all the l crimping and deranged digestion inordinary laxatives. t4 ■< Our Stars. We are ao sure that cil plt w rou that we want yw to m Sore and set a bottle and try It sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 June 1921

**• > . v«JtV\- RAISING SALE mm The Biggest Ever Held In Winnsboro, Texas Opens Saturday Morning, June 4 At 9 A. M 13 Big Selling Days, Closing Saturday Night, June 18th Iff] J II !i 'S 1 This ii a CASH RAISING SALE because we need the cash, and for that reason, we are going to offer our entire stock of high grade merchun dise for two weeks, only, begin ning Saturday morning, June 4 arid dosing Saturday night, June 18th at actully less than todays present wholesale prices, we need, $6,000 cash to meet our bills on July 1st hence these great sacrifices in prices which means hundreds of do] lars in actual losses to us. C. B. Warren, expert sales man ager will be here in person and will assist (in ararngtig the stock for the sale, with full instructions to make such price as will sell the goods beyona a question of doubt. Hundreds of dollars worth of new goods will be shown here, opening day for the first time, large crowds will attend and a general gooU time with many pleasing sur ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 June 1921

amusu theatre iteky aad Tuesday, June 6 and 7 NORMA TALMADGE I FRIDAY, JUNE 10th at Amusu and SATURDAY, JUNE 11th at Queen ANITA STEWART — "IN OLD KENTUCKY" The biggest and most spectular known horse race story of a decade one thrill right after another—Don't fail to see this wonderful picture. SPECIAL ATTRACTION AT AMUSU SATURDAY, JUNE 11th "A DAY WITH JACK DEMPSEY" The only authentive and excusive picture of the World's Champion £rain i S for the greatest ring battle of history. luaiou 1 rUTE, IN "The Branded Woman" From Oliver D. Bailey's Play, "Branded" Can a girl outlive the shame of her mother's past? Surpassing all previous productions of Norma Talmadge in striking scenic grandeur. Presenting the screen's premier emotion star in the greatest role of her career. Offering a story that strikes the Heart Chord -We proudly endorse "THE BRANDED WOMAN" as the most preten tious NORMA TALMADGE production ever ere ited and one which do{>s honor to the star, Joseph M. Schenck arti—Th...

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