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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 December 1921

tt, 1921 rw%m. mm Men's $6.50 New Ureas Shoes fnr on'y ..- . . 13.95 Shoe Soles 2 iwir* $2.50 Misses and Girls sweater* for only i. $1.10 8 poumls sugar, 1 pkg. to eus tomer for only 49c .. .T>e 10 pi 1 15c I^ace, 5c per yard or a dozen yards for ._ ...50c 40c und 50c Canned Pears and Peat-he.-* for .. 25c *>■ va h powd' r 2 >c $5.00 waists just received 3.75 v; lues for $2.9S Boys' n'l wool $1.50 heavy v/oa er.i late style $2.89 IWj $2.25 heavy (Jrey mveileri for only ... $1.19 Lidies Misses and child- rens sweaters. .. $1 to $5 SHOES SHOES—Several hundred dollars of new shore added. Folks they do sell. Baby Shoes, Children'.' Shoes, Ladies Shoes and Oxfords. See our fcmr bargain counter. Coat Suits, Dresses, Etc, One thousand dollars worth of new Ready-to- Wear just bought for this sale. The Price* vni tell the story. All high grade merchandise. Dry Goods, Hosiery, Under- wear Piece goods will be added if we can rind tbi the bargains. Hosiery, hundreds of pars tc choose f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 December 1921

77 x) / 4 |j iit n sbo r o tMrddn ,111!—NO. 17. CM- rd Spraying and Cultivation is not a man with at: in this whole country j~j, not convinced something be done for the orchard [keep it wlivt' a"'! !*'a "n:- ■ there is a man so convin- [jfiie will go over his trees (carefully note same he v. ill something wrong witn ,The Hhv has uassed \ !>• . J put out an oichard, sim fcultivate it thro or foui and exnect a fruit crop part of the country, and rly every othor part of i country. The proper eulti- and spraying is not such expensive or "bothersome after all, the main thing i be ready when the season to do the practical thing aon. Now is the time tr. ret the borers out, turn the weeds and grass and the orchard against scale other insects and fungue Take it from me tha: |man who does this in a few will reap his reward, for orchards as are not at- to will be a thing of past, and peach and other It will l>e a luxury instead laommon diet. I have tito y material ready for yo time you w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 December 1921

. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS DECEMBER 23. 1921. > ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I I 0 fc. Music Week and Music Memory Contest * J. Fostered by the Harmony Club and Winnsboro News, JANUARY lto the Harmony Club Agisted by the News is giving Winnsboro a wee'; of Music—this simple s'atement to most people means but little, but to the person who knows and ap- preciates the amount of work required to accomplish, this it will seem impossible. 'I here has never been but*two Mu lie weeks held in the United States before—New York and Dallas. Following Music Week the Music Memory Con.est will begin, the Music Memory Contest has proved itself to be an effective device for familiarizing children witH good music and for incubating in them that love for music which will make it, a resource, a companion and an enrichment of their later life. Acquaintance is likely soon to merg Into liking where good music is concerned, and liking to mature into love. The important thing is to acijuire the taste early. Every child is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 December 1921

THE UNIVERSAL CAR V/ Coupe $595 W. O. B. Dttrmi Wkk Stmrfar amMm* THE Ford car is so simple in construction, so dependable in its action, so easy to operate and handle that almost anybody and everybody can safely drive it. The Ford Coupe, permanently enclosed with sliding glass windows, is cozy, and roomy—modest and refined — a car that you, your wife or daughter will be proud to own and drive. And of course it has all the Ford econ- omies of operation and maintenance. • Call and look over the Ford Coupe. Reasonably prompt delivery can be made if you order at once. T. L. MOORE Authorized Dealer, Winnsboro —— innsboro News Office The Appropriate Xmas Gift m appropriate, as well as the tost valuable Christmas pres- et you can give your boy or *Ir' is a business education- something that will make him ^dependent for life. Jie best business school in the United States, with no excep- fjon, is the Tyler Commercial allege. It stands at the head the class of all business col- £es. e have a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 December 1921

,T NEW9 DECEMBER 23. 1921. _ ■HP t i. 1;-. If DEAN'S CAFE A Good Place to Eat The Best Cooking Served in a Strictly Sanitary Manner With better service we are offering lower prices. We are anxious to plane. We thank you for the liberal patronage given us. Eat with uh regular. For the Holidays we have prepared for better eats and the best service. Fersh pies, and Cakes daily. Country Sausage, good meats, ete. We pride ourselves on ourfine Chili and Stew. Short orders given our best atten- tion. Special meals served with short notice. Above all re- member our prices are the lowest for service rendered and we appreciate your patronage. Come and see us often. Come to See Us Often Dean's Cafe Next Door to J. B. Howell <><><><><><> <><><><><><><>< > Christmas Collars •v MART OK A HAM BONNER IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW What a heap of happiness it would , bring to Winnsboro homes. Hard to do housework with Entered as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 December 1921

Financial Business Any number of men who began with a small bank Account liave made a big success. Even though vour account be small we offer you the best facili- ties for the transaction of your financial business An account with The First National Bank will give you the benefit of our equipment and helpful service. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas jyiNNSBORQ WEEKLY NKWfl nw. „ IF YOU INTEND TO BUILD A new home, or repair and paint your old one, it will pay you to see SCROGG1N' & DRUMMOND for your material. Prices right. Give us a chance at your bill. Scroggin & Drummond LOCATED NORTH GALT BARN Methodist Church Aiarge crowd attended ser- vices at the Methodist church ut^ both services Sunday. The sermon delivered bv Rev Howell on "The Babyhood of JeBus, at the morning hour was a masterpiece, full of in- terest and a most pathetic story of Mary when the Angel appeared unto her. One very interesting and im- portant part of the service wim the collection for the Orphans Ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 December 1921

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS DECEMBER 23, 1921. I>f| * ztl; K: m i l! , i fi m i mm \\ CALOMAL, SALTS AND PURGATjVES^HARMFUL IRRITATE MEMBRANES AND CONTRACT MUSCLES UNNECESSARILY Many thing* in the medical profes- sion that were considered all right in our grandfathers' time are not ap- proved today. Among them are the purgatives and laxatives which cause griping pains and irritation when they act. Calomel, salts and cathartics irri- tate the membranes and contract the intestinal muscles, leaving the howcls in a disordered condition and hindcr- :nn rather than helping nature in its work. Ferrasal acts in nature's way, gently and smoothly. It heals and relaxes the intestines. It neutralizes the acids which causc 90 per cent of all diges- tion troubles, and it cleanses and puri- fies the whole digestive system. Buy a box of Ferrasal from your druggist today—he will refund your money if it does not help you. THE ACID NEUTRALIZED Sold By KENDRICK'S DRUG STORE And Other Cood Druggists Else* ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 December 1921

WINNBHORQ WEEKLY NEWS DECEMBER 23, 1ML ■'••• • ■ r^ro ;v.\ \ Perkin's Gifl To Over 5< People' 'Winning the Figh ""■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ mmmammmm Mummummmummm for Econo; -Guided by the princples of Service—Quality fomrinK the foundation Value—'generating the power which makes customer satisfaction—it is that tiie great chain of Perkins' Stores throughout Texas and Oklahoma with fhe great $800 000 Sale which involves the entire stocks of these great stores in winning the Fight for Dry Goods Economy in Texas and OkJaloma. The supreme Value-Giving Event of the year, like a magnet is drawing hundreds of thousands of Practical, Sensible, Economically-In- clined individuals into the doors of each and every Perkins' istore hourly. Perkins' Sale Attracting Thousands fiever before in the history of the big Perkins' organization was iher« offered such unusual privileges as are accorded in the great Per- kins' $800,000 Sale—truly it is an event without precedent and as a result thousands upon tho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 December 1921

!Wt* lili 5 I ' I' f I-< I I WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS DECEMBER 23, lttl. . , L..ammkmmr [-for MAM IONN1R WMItrt Clki. , LOUIS BOTH had becouie i money . maker. Mrs. Louts mlasad doing bar own work. 81m llkad to <ta tha darning. W> was nsnr- ous la a motor- car, and a chaaffeur de- Bba bad tried having but «ha not ooly fait Ilka a • ahs "dolled up," as sha aa- tt. but she was frightened , ***** saw the chauffeur's look of * -Vast whau she told him she hud no JJJ® **•&• and no shopping t<> ilo to the earner store. dldu't care about going to a hotel for tea In the afternoon. •«>d again she liked to have a • .«*" lu a pastry bIiojj. Lwria was a musician. He was one v dw most popular of dance conduc- Ha made money from royalties "ii Mm popular songs—a great deal of ea'xmy, She had been often told that were temperamental Hlrts. t'ut-ttie ones she had seen were not. Wk d cigars and pinochle and i ntweka. That wasn't so tempara- Neither wus there anything ■"••peraitieiita...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 January 1922

I—NO. 18. ARY «, 1122 WINNSBORO WEEKLY 91.25 PER YEAR Poid Goas - Ogburn Wants Larger Field pos,0(fjce Back 2100 years after the mounted the arrival of y. h. Mills was here one day savior, the newa )at,t week from Ogburn and the wires that our niade ihe News a short visit. Itor and inendwaa gu- stills said the people of add to a much larger and aruund Ogburn had petitioned field ol usefulness. It tjje postal Department asking announced from the ^at the postoffice at Ogburn nday morning to those be reestablished, The office lat did not know about NVHg discontinued about a year %. When the news came ,tg0 an£j proven quite very trying hour to us. Hn inconvience to the public to tw that it was a choice j,e compelled to get their mail as well as that ol our eWvhere md not the church that 0 , away. So we are uoing r. L. MOORE DEAD It to say "Thy will be [here was such a Christ- Ihomas Lee Moore died at his e between pastor and residence in this city Tuesday, the news made us stag- Janauar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 January 1922

WINNSBORO WKKKLY NEWS JANUARY 6, OH DEATH.WHERE IS THY STING? Started With a Smile d5ES?' lS"didbZSHSEfTESZSaSibllSSSESZSESZSESZ^"0 5sS$S5?s 525? S?- ar m ^rrsa SO-OOi. a swell, i wwr vow "to put "mis CPA*. IN THE • cellar * k - a ro*rm-urr >*n -ss^ The New Year I T H the whirling ar.d WA i .•'.Ml .v- la the INfciil ii'-i'ljr •* butt nnd ?1cM^ *f rftgt J Cupyrlrhti lit I, W«i(«rii *Nrwap®pi r Union, f- ll'KMAN HAUDY was Ix.rn I on New Year'a duy, uimI I deemed I lit* fuel u decided I " ^ misfortune. There whs one I feature in which his father *\v thi liivot.i .1 iti A miiji •fTlft d|a« Ip'l't <i ,i. hv ' t>o l « neJtfli- :in<l lie B™!n L.'U'< V l. (Mi "to I.- I •-■ - l-^lw "" ( win-n NoHNMNr tenth l *rth'In> wr « i ly «lght Imivii'h dlatant, hi* father •-'live nil* order. sternly H|ioKen: ion .will be in the house for the night lit seven o'clock," nnil Xormiin moped In m mni'tyrlike way, envying hi* hoy iriendH who IiikI mapped out n Joyous , Vcw Year'* tvd program...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 January 1922

\ •«*/.< tISONS l u! 01 th< I pi Hit 1 MA JUi V* A ^Iw« |b«cn . liSidfrmg f WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW? I'JU1, J iiWy^THOLrr HER THE TRIPLL BE SPOILED! "" 1 1 « I>JNNQ-GIHL8 jMDNT USED TO GO RlDiNG WITH 6TRANGC PtLU>W8? T* 'fW«| *e*rv 0 V^- " -t.S/ «. 1922 will eaufte ih« autumn winds o make them droop and die, f i\tid we will long for thoee beau | liful flowers. '■ An the winter days go by. But the springtime, too, will come to them, And God will awaken them al1 0, then, how jftire and sweet and holy, They will bloom to answer His call. r «• God will be the gardner, In that sweet garden of fiowers And ull the time of eternity Will be filled with bright spring time hours. —Hi* pastor, W. A. Craven. W. B. Shelby's death was a shock to his many friends and relative* here. He was a broth- ,i wr-in-law to J. V. Attaway and Tom Azbell, and has many ot- her relatives here. ' o FAMILY REUNION UNCLE SAM'S WOMEN OBITUARY idigestion g Inny persons, otherwise B Droits and health?, aro Q ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 January 1922

gf ry :1922 A year of health A year of prosperity A year of happiness J hats our New Year's wish for you. I. J. KENDRICK WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWg JANtTARY 6,192^ 60S ANNOUNCEMENTS isolufions ^ ■ ' i Court judges 10.00 ^ . fivMlZLtll J. Act Judges 10.00 fmr> rict Attorneys ...... 10.00 L J)'< nty Officers 5.00 /-U/Oiin y M \ BEST WISHES rlhis greeting that we send you Is just a New Year's rhyme, But it bears our kindest wishes For you at New Year's time. W. W. Butler .*• <$Nfr ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ —T ^ * • Y^in, V Fo The following prioea will ap- ply to political announcements in The News for 1922. Cash in advance. Congress $15.0*1 State Senator 10.00 Representative ..." 10.00 Civil Dist District County Commissioners — Justice of the Peace Constable — Mayor Marshal Aldermen N. B.—These prices do include subscription to the pa- per, and all notices subrequent. to announcements will be. £har^- ed for at the regular rates. FOR TAX COLLECTOR— ERNEST McCRARY Cspjfrtfht, lit! KM FOR COUNTY CL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 January 1922

and lr 1 -i ist , a M> 's jrld |'"K lew mill I > rz\ I s la I Ji Al* MM WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS 111 1. OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First National Hank WINNMHOltO, TKXAS 4* I lit- Clo e or liuslucMM l>wc. 31, 10UI, um UvikIltcU to the Comptroller of tlie Currency RESOURCES LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000.00 Loans & Discounts $427,294.97 Surplus Fund 100,000.00 U. S. Bonds 188,560.00 Undivided Profits 72,467.31 Building & Fixtures 11,675.00 Unearned Discount 11,419.86. C!anh & F*. Dividend No. 25 5,000.00 rhnnira i9fi 1A917 Circulation 50,000.00 JT'.; Customers Bonds 71*60.00 BiIisofEx- Bills Payable 30,000.00 change— 58,622.48 179,984.95 Rediscounts 22,161.48 ————— Deposits 339,806.28 Total $802,404.92 Total $802,404.92 Th« Abov* Statement ia Correct ALF MORRIS, Cashier. mmm -y>rrvr Here's * health to all who know us And to those we know—a health! May they never know the dearth Of the best things of this earth. Health, Friends, Love and Mirth With a goodly share o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 January 1922

WINNSBORO Weekly News f 1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Batind m Mcoad-daM mat- tar. September 24, 1909, at the poatoffice at Winnaboro, Tezaa, nnder the act of March 8,1879. Advertising rates made known on application. prPushed EVERY FRIDAY tojcle -Joto? *zsu' Blackberries An Early Truck Crops I find a great number of far-^ Easy Money Crop [m ■ >lm,„y !JL V parution of their land^lor fcn j TTie readers of the News haai We have been told year after K1,'^ Pj** ^their acreage doubUess noted the confidence year and many times that there^ month—just think of H all points that have been can- J waj practically no limit to the in 16 t0 20 days we will begin nirg their blackberries for the amount of canned blackbemes putting seed in the ground for 11 ' ihat could be sold and that , next spring's crops. Have you few years , I many years before this crop seed in January and he >ruai> together in a commercial way.i * ™ !" nerhao- fail to K iiflklna the biaeest drive for could be over done and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 January 1922

winn8boro WEEKLY news january i, 1922 Jk i : B . \ .Jr' .t' v«—< £ord .l(tou fxast been.our refuse from one gnuraton-io nrvrtficr IGoAohjt Iiclp in a$e.s past, ir hope for yeara to come. I ^ * )ur pKeher from die dtonn^Uast And our eternal home. Anniem. | [tiiJer Ae stadow oifltytfirone, IL/Jdmnts have dwelt jrcewre; iclcnt idTfutie arm alone our defence ia sure. •fire iRe Rills in order stood. Or Lar-tlfi received fier frame, IItoib everlasting Uiou art God, To endlcfift^ears tfi e saiuae. ES tfiowaand a^e:- inll^y so^fai Are lake an evening <£cme; Short as AcwatcJ? ulEsii ends i& siugbi Beiloret&e risir.g sun., SUimeJike an evt^rollmg tftreaim. Bears all its sons away; mey 0/ Horgotle e.asadream B^ies at tfie ope^ita^ da^ El God,our fielp in age* pae i. Our laope fcryears to come, BeHioM our ^uard wtie life afiLjI last. And our eternal taonae. Anij< kahjas city t/izt E'S NEW YEAH Being Not Transitory, but an Eternal Possessor NEW YEAR'S GIFTS W YKAH'8 night quiet ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 6 January 1922

,Y NBWS JANUARY I, i*** LITTLE ADS s ANOTHER MONTH On account of business slowing down I failed to sell all of my stock by January 1st, and have decided to continue through January. Of course the stock Is badly broktn but we have reduced the prices on the remainder of the stock till you can't afford to pass up the bargains we still have. Will quote prices only on a few items: Boys' Dress Shoes, Beacon brand, regular $4.50 values reduced to ... $2.50 Children's Shoes, sizes 9 to 1 1-2, at almost half price Children's Heavy School Hose, worth 25c, only 15e Men's 2-piece Underwear, worth 75c, only . . 50c Misses' Heavy Weight Unions, sizes 12 to 16, worth $1.00, reduced to only ...... 50c Men's Heavy Overshoes, worth $1.75. only . $1.25 Ladies' Heavy Overshoes only $1.00 A few Men's and Boys' Hats at a big sacrifice. Boys' $6.00 Rain Coats only $3.29 Men's $6.00Jand $7,00 Rain Coats only . . . $3.48 Boys' Overalls, heavy grade, sizes 5 to 10, price 69c Boys' Heavy Overalls, sizes 11 to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 January 1922

nei hout tki. iction waBt m *"> thin, | chanc, i witkj * and I find it | tore WI.erv r*nmed «] ersigned our fa be pr Carter, &| Shtrey. I Holding, ?r, J. l\ IK. E. id stalk i [! Saddle.| >u«gy horse i rht tradt.l of 4711 1 had 1 (five it I in ever] jln'> for | It ism be cur bctt« lirded W fain, it like i las I ft luedicin for «e*1 Jy i ah / , till—NO. 19. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANUARY, 13, 1922. *1.25 PKR YEAH SIC WEEK IN WINNSBORO Ice and Light Co. Elect Officers III J. Mcleod FOR COtyNTY CLERK (By Mrs. T. U. Bozeman) The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Winnsboro Ice & Light Co., was held on .... . , . „, the 30th day of December, at Winnsboro may bo a small vvtiicli meeting > the following town, numercially, but she hasj board of director* were elected: jll ,J.( McLeod authorizes' enough progressive people to Mrs. Katie A. Campion, R. o. n lap a/1 in n,.r unnnnn-1 keep her in marching line with I Campbell, Mrs. J. W. Rhone, J. lime placed in our anno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 January 1922

i ■ t. ■'* i NoMore Itchy Skin Irritations Y(W will hi dtlilkW with III ««) the irit cpplicativn ol Lufkin Htmniy MOfl tk# itching. Tk* cruptiont OT quickly healed. Don't infer another day. Go to your drvftfiM lor (uarantaad Luf- kin Remedv. LUFKIN REMEDY JNO. I>. FOWLER DENNFY DRUG CO. Better Than Pills- For Liver Ills r.ioKiNi >R Tonight _ Tdmor^ow Alright TKOMAS LEE MOORE Thorns Lee Moore was born in Sau Gaha County, Texan, January 17th, 1876. While yet a mei'd youth, with a spirit or brave endurance and boundless self sacrifice, he begun to tread the dark aisles af the future on .lis o\.n responsibility without aid from the fruit of parental toil. His environment while de pending upon his own efforts did not furnish an opportunity for educational advantages o. present vivid dreams to arou e nis slumbering amibtion lor mental attainments. At the a^v of 17 this unlettered boy, witn- out the guiding hands of par- ents, relatives, or directing friends, arrived in Wood Coun- ty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 January 1922

' WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWP JANUARY 13, 1922. i ■ i ■ ,. . 14 Form B—76, )fficial Statement of the Financial Condition of the lerchan U & Planters State Bank ANNOUNCEMENTS The following prices will ap- ply to political announcements in The News for 1022. Cash m advance. knsboro, State of Texan, at the close of business on the 81st IF December, 1921, published in the Weekly News, a news- Congress $15.00 fprinted end published at Wfaewboro, state of Texas, on 1 State Senator 10.00 ith day of January, 1922. RESOURCES I and Dscourts, peraonnal or collateral Congress to Pass Bonus Bill Early In This Session real estate and Stocks — . Estate - ore and Fixtures rom other banks and bankers & cash on hand t in Depositors' Guaranty Fund iment Depositors' Guaranty Fund Washington, Jan. 7.—A gen- Representative . 10.00 eral agreement for the enact- ) Civil Court Judges 10.00; ment of a bonus bill for former $340,784.22 District Judges .... 10.00 service men early in the pres- 27,469.07 16,6...

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