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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 4 November 1921

W V'lW | I ! | I ft ? ' ; k., j , I ifflTw ■ ■, * KI i'ilS , 1. tfK&j in •\ li : vj r H i , ? .. rs j. ' , P i ■ i! ■■ M wmnmomo whbiy news —X1J —WWT" NOVEMBER 4, 1*21. m T MANY ARTICLES AT ONE HALF p Owing to the decline in trade we are reducing our stock down as low as possible In order to do this we must sacrifice many articles at cost and below cost. Look over the bargains listed below. Chinaware $1.00 Plain White Plates, set 95c $1.50 Plain white cups & saucers 95c 15c Desert Howls, each 5c 25c Larger Desert Bowls each 10c 25c Decorated Desert Bowls, each 10c Extra large Heavy mixing Bowl 1-3 off Assortment of Gold Band Pic Plates at 1-2 price. A Real Bargain. Thread C. M. C. Crochet Thread, 3 spools 25c Ft. M. C. Crochet Thread. 8 spools 25c Sewing Tarcnd, best grade, spool 4c Hosiery Ladies best grade hose in black, brown and white, per pair 10c Men's Hose in black pair 10c Ch'idrens ribbed hose in a few odd sizes price per pair 10c 40c Class Syrup Pttcher, each 20c G...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 November 1921

jfll—NO. 11. About the ij| Improve- ment Campaign hing ready for the otemeiit campaign and rExcur.i Oii on November [jhe excursioon will leave I Ljressivi- city of Winns-j fit g o'clock, a. m. making | 8t stop in the Webster I eommunity, «*"here we ently expect to meet ev-1 jrmer and farm l>oy, both i and colored, who are in- to education, to hear i who can speak on prnc- Ifhrast; ot handling the i as to get the best crops , hence tiie largest poiiS.biej from them. I this connection permit nu that the yields, as well purchasing power of WINNSBORO. WOOD 10UNTT TKXAS NOVEMBER 11, 1W. MAYBE WE CAN LIMIT ARMAMENTS. ANYWAY i' V-' CO^fcOKT «0L| hj* 3*IN CO SUCCESSFUL farmerette L25 per ykar 2 Stills Captured io 10 Days in Wood County r(ducts are so low that' any. profit is made by'ii t • ■ •"Nelson-Anderson any, profit is made by [farmers, and in order more money, it is nec-, first of , all to know tour soils and how to hand- in and thereby get big- ! erop yields, and also to i our pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 November 1921

* i.y;> iS mem i * s* i I ■ I Times Not Hard Where do wc get ail this noise about times bong so bad? Times are not bad—in iact they are pretty good when you think of it in u normal way. Business is bad only when measured by the ai :v::na) utantlards which existed dur ng the war-times ix>om, but not according to any standard wh'cH existed prior to 1916. Bus l.tesa has seemed worse than it actually has been l>ecaus'! < i t<ie contrast, the com parison ith wjir time reckless- ness extra vrtrnce. The trouble with most of ns it that we are not built for retrenchment. :TNEW* I HUSBAND SHOOTS dr | ng a black teddy was WIFE AND YOUNG awarded a doU. n.noid Brown SON, KILLS SELF was awarded a boy doll fot get* j I ting the mule's tail nea.Mit \ Diace, and J. C. (jOS\.icK, Jr.,j was given a big stick of tandy for getting the U ggest blie if j | the apple. NOVEMBER 11, lttl. Oklahoma City, Nov. 7.—Or- ley C. iwtau, 28, is dead and his wife, essie, ~2, and 8 year old son Ferrell, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 November 1921

-I. -I. I fire Losses ikes Great Toll last's in the United Sta- approximately $500 a Jossi■s in the last ten 'increased 6H.59 per cent, j the inci - asc in population | jjO.67 por cent. JU appalliiik ot all the loan (Jves, 70 Per cent °f those [ from somebody's care- is being women and child- % me annual fire losses in this would have paid the tonal debt, prior to the world f, in four years, and if paid pennies, the losses in one f would reach eleven times jh! the earth and then a©- Ithis continent. oximately $500,000,000 (up in smoke last year. Ev- f insured, it was a loss any- f, Every fire loss that is In- A increases the burden each ien must pay in insurance uinms. The economical loss lot be covered by insurance. I al>ove the dollars and m. goinp up in smoke was lawfuI toll of 15,000 human tree little maids fkom hefohm school Jin7!lf 2lond«. the Brunette and the Hungry One" was th w«>. 2* "*" ■>«« dwignated thrt-e girl. td in nameelss roles for the - & 'The Blonde" ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 November 1921

!• Em h 1 > n > •' /*v- Ladies Hats regular price $2.00 to 115.00 will go at ONE HALF PRICE Coat Suits $19.50 to $55.00 25 PER CENT OFF Trieotine and Canton Crepe Dresses, $12.50 to $55.00 20 PER CENT OFF Ladies Coats $15.00 to $45 20 PER CENT OFF $1.56 to $2.75 Children* Sweaters to ft for $1.00 TO $1.75 Children*' Sleepers i to 7 yean. GO FOR 50c — . 1 IKIIIIIIIIIIIUIII IIIIHIIIIItfllilllllllllllllllllllUlilllUlUllllllllllllllllllllHlillllllfUllllltllllHIIII Beginning Sat., Nov. 12 th We are going to reduce our stock of Ladies Ready-to-Wear and Millinery regardless of cost or profit and if you want to save money PRICE WITH US. This is no fake or advertising scheme but si A ply a reductioin in all our ready to wear and millinery. FIGURE FOR YOURSELF If you have been waiting for real REAL BARGAINS we have them. COMK IN AND SEE—BESIDES WE GIVE TICKETS OR RECEIPTS FOR ALL CASH SPENT WITH US which entitles you to participate in our "SOMETHING FOR NOTHING OR SANTA CLAUS DAY" SPECI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 November 1921

n "it . 'V In all it* dialings with its growing number of custo- mers the First National Hank seeks to be more than prompt—todo thing* in ample time—to collect checks at once for itr customers. To those to whom prompt- *t>o is a factor we shall be pleased to have them call and make our acquaintance. "I owe all my success in life to having I,ten alwlays a quarter of an hour before my time."—Lord Nelson. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas .. i . WINNSBOKO WEEKLY NEWS SUNDAY SCHOOL AND B* K u- invention ! „ A. j°int convention of the Sunday school and B. Y P U will be held in the city ot Gmm ville on hursday and Fr.day, v°Vik ^8' lor the Quiches of North lexas. A strong p4</- gram has been prepared, consist >' g of addresses by some of the >est speakers among Texas Baptists The jx-ople of Green- ville will furnish entertainment on the Harvard plan, that is, beds and breakfast provided e ol cost. A great crowd of pastors, superintendents, teach- era and B. Y. P. U. workers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 November 1921

I* I i r Hi tinm IS Mi' UJ I'S tSj -1 ®1®$ i J I IsBn! I :... I 11 1T1 For 11 Murders 1G TO HUNTERS We the undersigned forbid any hunting on our places and ail tresspassers will be prosecu- ted to the fullest extent of the law: L. A. Allen, F. P. Allen, j J. J. Davis, L. E. Rogillio, J. H. Versailles. Nov. 7.—Court of-|Whatley, J. W. Allen, 0. S. Mur gathered here today forjphey, W. A. Doyle, Mrs. Ida nincr in the Sein-Et-Oise Hushing, W. A. Hiquay, B. J. the opening in the Sein-Et-Oise Kusning, w. a. r uquay, i: A l . of the trW of HenriJggjjj. * pA c^. D _ Desire Landru, the Bluebeard ■ Brown, j \y. Welch, J. C. Plem of Gambars," who is charged m0ns, Bunyan Ballard, It. J with eleven murders. Ten of his | Franklin, M. M. Ballard, H. J. alleged victims were women to Vaughan, S. Rohbins, W. H. whom he is said to have pro-! ^frs. Ida Barnes, . . , . . , ., ,'iW, O Shields, Mrs. G. C. Hal- mised marriage-and the eleven-j w w 'warwick. * Another Bonus Is Killed Citation by Publication ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 November 1921

in n \ tlftUL ■ WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS NOVCMBER 11, mi. Criticises ;ers ot Army ^ oil, Nov. 6.—Presen- jDier support for his _i that American soldiers overseas without: ,tal, Senator Watson j I of Georgia last night in 1 jte turned his tire on | « Weeks and General for their denial oi tne ! * assertions. nlmg to ft statement made rD> li 10 War rfecretaiy : decent man" would! irges with ivspect to! «es such as made sev- «i ago in the Senate,! rWatson, wh le disclaim-, w intent to attack the Bp* whole, said he would [to any impartial tribunal je whether he or Mr. mas the more "dencent."| ilor said his charge pnally made was "that i in too many cases us of the nurses." II can prove it he claim- ting General Pershing's j as made Friday in! I, Tenn., that the Wat-1 ar?e of illegal hanging' human treatment of pri-1 i i>7 officers was a "most us and untrue accusa- the Georgia Senator de- J} Pfrshing is Warned lien the General denouces or as a liar, he had bet- leniber that it is withi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 11 November 1921

■ 5v^ NOVEMBER 11, 1UI. . HHP I Mil :4\, MONEY LOANED AT3°|i> INTEREST The Liberty Savings and Investment Corporation of Dallas, Texas, has been formed for the purpose of loaning money at a low rate of interest to those wishing to Buiid Their Home - Buy A Farm - Pay Off A Mortgage Or for any purpose where it is an advantage to borrow money at a low rate of interest The officers and directors are all well known an busi- ness men and are recognized as among the most capable in the State of Texas. I |-. T. W J. „ /•flu ► OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS i\I. CAMPBELL, Chairman Board, former Governor of Texas, prominent in large financial affa'rs. Connected with a number of banks in Texas. Former receiver and general manger of the I. & G. N. R. R. OTTO II. LANG, President. Former Commissioner of Streets and Public Property of the city of Dallas, Sen- ior member of the firm of Lang & Witchell, Architects. A. A. GREEN, Vice-President, Senior meml>er A. A. Green & Son, managers of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 November 1921

«• • III Mi II—NO. 13. Stimulate Interest |S,fc Music in Winnsboro WINNSBORO, WOOD (OUNTY, TEXAS. NOVEMBER .it,'in" OH DEATH, WHERE IS 7HY STINGf es—i nix.—l i. $1.25 PER YEAH I Joins Harmony Club in "" = jc Week and Memory GIRL COES TO CRAVE Contest I WITH SECRET UNTOLD e lean ■any I or- JU, I | p 11-3 to jBe- lour Jus, Inly Int. Lou Irry I | stimulate an interest in iunoiijr the chldren when ■ice most receptive to the Kent I-1 musical appicn Uid to encourage a farriii- L-itli the musical classics; t«s. cooperating with the pny Clul) and will put forth j effort to make music | nrl the Mus e Memory It the success that it de- _ music memory contest only stirs the enthusiasm1 the children m all tne participating, but it is fly fascinating and even j seriously considered ./ [wst circle of their parents (relatives. Some degree or ■ai-ity with the classical jmodern standard music hud feme an essential. By further [this social and educational it and at the same tim« dins; enterta;nment an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 November 1921

£•*, ' f WW ■ i J .a i 66 Wagons Hauling Hauling Gravel for iVinnsboro Road Work of placing gravel on tut, Winnaboro-Quitman road com- menced Wednesday oi fast weeR and good progrsas is being made Tuesday evening Victor Searc> told us 6(5 w; gon< were hauling gravel and be t-xp cted the nun> ber to bo ncreased to 100 by the end Oj." the week. Work com- menced et I Cemetery and is being finished towards Win nsboro, and with gottal weather, this part of the road will be' completed by the middle of nex: week, Mr. Sc.-ucy said. When it v-'8 suggested to give fanners the work of hav- ing gravel many lnughed at the idea. Some said enough wagons could not be secured to do the work and also thev couH not make any money out. of the job. But farmers are doing the work and Mr. Searcy say? they are making pretty good wages. WHY TllAT LAME I)ACK? IIB IB NOTRE All who owe me on Uvwrlasv years' ginning, 1 earnestly in- sist you give me settlement of some kind at once.\l can use some 2-foo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 November 1921

•ST r7T7T< IUI HELPED EGAIN STRENGTH Lady Was Sick For Three Suffering Pain, Nenroos pi Depressed—Read Her Own Story of Recovery. Hit Rock, Ala.—Mrs. C. M. Steuqll, 0/ bare, recently related the tol- Lg intor Ptlng account of h*r rn- pi "I was In A weakened con- 11 was Rick three years In bed. g a groat deal of pain, weak, depressed. I was so weak, t walk ncross thro floor; just Vlay and my little ones do the I y,u:< almost dead. I tried ig I hoard of, Htid a number of 81111 1 <Mdn't got any relief. 1 int, and slept poorly. I if I hadn't hoard of and taken I would have died. I bought jes. after a ne'ghbor told me it did for her. n to ent and nlecp, began to itrn;i£th tfiid am now well g. I haven't had nny trou- ... I fniro can testify to the that Cnrdul did mo. I don't thoro 1b a better tonic made |Relieve it saved my lite." iter 40 years, thousands of wo- \ lire used Cnrdul successfully, he treatment of many womanly | you suffer as these worn on did# I Cardul. It may help ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 November 1921

•* v 4 v.' • if# Sw* ■ : '4#^" •s' 6 */' 25, 1921. Winnsboro Weekly News Homer E. W^^^jKT^5 W^A^^jiTADVAi^ Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3,1879. Advertising rates mude known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAV taicb -Mitts tfosfla • ' IMMW — THE MOST IMPORTANT PARTS OF OUR L30DY ARE OUR FEET YET WE WALK ON THEM. 00 tt MAN DROWNED GOING AFTER HELP FOR COMPANIONS Texarkana, 'Nov. 22.—Efforts to recover the body of C. Pat- rick Irving, 80, overseas veteran of the Ninetieth Division, who was drowned in the Red River late yesterday afternon while duck hunting, had failed up to a late hour today. The river is rising rapidly and it is feared the body may have been carried down the Btream. Irving and two companions were in a rowboat, attempting to cross the river to their camp when the boat struck a subinerg ed log or pile of driftwood and capsized. The trio clung to a pile of driftwood in the center of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 November 1921

WINNSBORq WEEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER 25. mi. m cer- THE RULE OF REASON 'you wall', to be rich. To be rich you have got to do tain things. One of them is to bank your money in a flgnk Account. You cannot bank money by spending it. jf y{,u waste your money you will have nothing worth while to show for it in the future. "Gather thistle*, Expect prickles" First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas Churches baptist church Services at the Bapist church ' for next week l>eginning with ' Sunday will be as follows: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 1 p. m. CARLOAD SYRUP SHIPPED to west texas ■Eft t. O. Johnson and Dr. W. t.1 Ballard are shipping a carload of I itus county ribbon cane syrup to Chillicothe, Hardeman county on the edge of the Pan-i handle. This is the iirst full car of syrup ever shipped from this county, but it will probably not *' the last, because when those West Texas natives once get a taste of such "lasses" they will ! Sunbeams 2:80 p. m. Senior' ,"eVer*!uaga...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 November 1921

„Y NEWS NOVEMBER ,2i, lttt. GGS AND FRIERS Wanted * l} Iff i ft as n_ 11 We pay the highest market price for eggs and friers See uk before you Hell. Our stock of Groceries is the most complete in Winnsboro. We have everything for you Sunday Dinner, (live us a call. B.&A. Grocery Co. IE OLD NEST* GRI MOST HARDENED CS People who write or produce motion pictures usually keep their emotions well in (heck. They are so busy watching te- chnical effects that they do not have time to let their emo- tions run riot. A notable ex- ception to this was made rec n- however, when "The Old Nest" which comes to the Amusu Theatre for two days, comimn- Citation by Publication The State of Texas :-In Jus- tice Court Precinct No. 4, Wood County, Texas. To the Sheriff or any Co^table of Wood County, Greeting: You ure hereby commanded to summon E. E. Jarrett by making publication of this cita- tion once in each week for four successive weeks previous to the return day hereof :n some Newspaper publishe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 November 1921

w T ' "r - ' *", W1WW8BQKQ WfefeR.LT NEWS NQVRftftfr 2$, 1t21. Wood County JIamce to cut Tax Collector's Collecting Dates OF army "IFTT per cent Wiu,iiiitftuu, No?. 21—France j with the World's largest army, will he at the following is ready to make a reduction in places on the dates given below for the purix.se of collecting state and county taxes for the year of 1921. 1 will also carry delinquent insolvent list for 1920 deliquent taxes. Parties owing deliquent taxes tor 1920 Will avail themselves 1 the opportunity of paying Remember- 3 diat Fire stops all industry—all business—all income; that Fire would rob you of many dollars if it were to burn your property. Fire insurance is a necessity hut remember that he value of your insurance depends upon two iings: Jirst, the unquestioned ability of the com- [pany to make good all losses, and second\ the haracter of the service that that company and |this agency are prepared to offer you. Thts is a Hartford Agency J. T. GIBSON & CO. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 November 1921

■V 4 < ii WINN8B0R0 —ULJLl- '--I.-1-. ■ NEWS NOVEMBER 25, 1931. MM* \ 1 J! > ■ ft 1 TP1 t ; fi'V1 i ■ 4 • v' i I ENTER f.B-TURNER&SON Sale Starts Friday, Nov. 25th 9 o'clock Re with the crowd at the opening hour nnd share in the biggest bargain* we have ever given. Opening Hou: Sale from 9 to 10 A. M. November 25, we will have come values that will aMtround you. Best Clarks, O. N. T. and Williamatic 150 yd spools Hewing thread will be sold for, 2 spools for 5c Brass Fins, you have paid 10c for now selling 2 packages for .. 5c 25c Williams Talc Powder ... 10c 35c Linen finish large towels — 10c Ladies Handkerchiefs 2 for 5c Other wonderful bargains for one hour only. Not over Iwo of each item sold to one customer. Hour Sale, Friday, Nov. 24 2 to 3 p tn. 10c face r" clothes, 2 for — DC Buttons 2 do*. 5c with ot- her tremedous values. /tojhin£ but REDTAG EXTRAORDINARY Store Closed Thursday, Nov. 24 All Day Doors will open promptly at !) o'clock Friday. Sale will continue for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 December 1921

1,11—NO. 14 W INNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. DRCKMRKK 2, 1921. |t Destroys Three Houses * 1* :<!tj I# Last Sunday Afternoon L* • Kifh wind Sunday THANKSGIVING BANQUET three residence* on ^ Springs street were "Ain't we got eats." tA by fire, which orig- This was the rtain subhead in Uie building owned of the formal banquet of the * by M. F. rlour..vy.| Seniors of the W. H. 8 given i spread to the so-1 at Miss Bessie Connors at 8 ' U!" ®"'' o'clock Thanksgiving evening. Gee, we had more good eats than we could pos«y>fy find room to place away. The dinner consisted of five courses, all of which was relished with a sooth ing appetite. Of course, as everyone knows residences of Miss EK- er and brother. From [Wheeler residence they the building owned by [Hwtings and occupied by Jitcalf. All three residen- er-' a total loss as w> ,e [kousemold goods of Mr. fly. Nearly all the con- of the other buildings [*v«i The residence of 3. _>r barely escaped bum- fa* to efficient work ol ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 2 December 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS DECEMBER 2, 1121. ■I wm m U' Hon. Cyclone Davis i isarmament 'byjrthOr conduct, seeing I h follower the illogical ex r. r.plt/of Sdmfbn they had pui- AU h>;nor to this Republic! 1 1 t lie temple d.^'n on them- On / 1 hail to Haul ug -ud l.uglui jv ■ in order to kid Wilson, at in til** crjc Hour of the worlis Tn y are :nak- for world ing a ;>vw-. . .r.rc lor worm .inn listening uj peacc. ' • bv ^hteiintf the - 'I hii party, hopes of men kind. Las^t, but nojt [..* facid abou least, all honor to Wobdrow W;'* "idnrfl <Jf helf t : . heard the cry of our an pushing debt-rit''en millions ,\ru! listening to the Iwst coun- Presd.nt Hard- about and clletf a the earth tr> help lion. h;> uvn-id, cast out aud him follow the program of W^od condeinWtV ♦ Uid behest Of i nn- r rtv Wilson. May God bless his eprous partisan envy and undor efforts with triumphant com- the pron,ifr ndn of a . poisonous pl^tion. s u. h fund, furnished by sor iid in the early part of ...

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

to W1NN8BORO WEEKLY HIEW8 DECEMBER 2, 1921. pusu Theatre /•The Most Comfortable Place In Town" atin.e '.very Afternoon From 1 to 5 Night show 6:45 PROGRAM Monday, December 5 Constance llinnev in "ROOM AND BOARD" Also Harold Lloyd, Bebe Daniels and Snub I'ollard in Roach Comedy Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 6th and 7th Rupert Hughe's Sparkling Comedy of Married Life •DANGEROUS CURVE AHEAD" Also Pathe Review You remember "The Old Nest" well this is the latest picture by the same man. Thursday, December Nth Dorothy Dalton in "(■AMBLE IN SOULS" Also Aesops Fables Friday, December 9th Rdy Stewart in "BOSS OF LAZY «Y' " Also Snub PoUard C omedy Also 1 nth Episode White Horseman Saturday, December 10th An all star cast cast, including Joseph Dowling, Niles Welch, Claire Adams and Robert McKim in I THE SPENDERS" Also Mack Sennett Comedy I tu vNk and run-down," Mrs. Eula Burnett, of Oalton, Oa. "I wm thin and Just felt tired, all the time. 1 didn't rest well. I wasn't •ver hungry. I iu,eWi by ...

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