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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 February 1922

OFFERS SELF IN MARRIAGE FOR $1,000 AMERICAN I LEGION NOTES Exception to the W. C. T. U.'s plagiarising of the world war service *tar flag to designate places where liquor is "prohibi* ei" is taken by an American) Legion Post composed of news paper writers in San Francisco The 'rnrnpli ;ts term such usagf as "an insult to those for whom the star stood." Among the well known me-, who have signed up with the American Legion in New Yor* for 19?? nr - Jack London, An draw Carnegie, Qeofft WMn ton, John Philip Sousa, A. J. Dreul Piddle, Jr.. Fredeivik Wilhelm, A. Kaiser, Rupert Hughes, and King Albert of Belgium. Clineses ex-soldiers I•! Iv 11 4 ■ $ « American legion in New York City are to he employed in rounding up 50 slackers of their race, supposed to be in hiding! in Chinatown. The men quali- fied on their knowledge of th«* quarters many literal "ins and outs.' Five million quest ioinafres will he used by the American I,(gion in its service and com- pensation drive, to be under- take...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 February 1922

WTNN3BORQ WKKKLY NKWf" FEBRUARY 17, 1*22 <-« >« R«m th« «J1 - wwn.71 ' whw* h, L| JSp ,or hiTi W'H be to reliw,' °y«l in "iprfcan | that Ui dieri. oat \ x. aJI or From PvL tunas Michael [iv, is in r< C'ipt of the letter from Thomas i, 8th Co., ft. S. Fore Ang ! Wand, C«ljf. Ft McDowell. Calif. Feb. 2, 1922. Ltor of the home town Li to my ninny frientra j rlcs of days gone by. Greetings and hello to every one: write to the Weekly h< again after a pro- |bsence of many months China when I wrote lines of nonsense and my tour of service in East was a source of fasures to me to go thru countries and prwvfn- lj.- Republic of China. I |oing to F>e a great and nation of the future it has been one of the for many eenturtea,' was « greit trd powerful tan pi re in the early days of Far Fas tern development of government and thai, was only for a ehort time. The China of today Is becom- ing more highly civilized and th«y art a race of people that are engcr and willing to learn in n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 February 1922

/ \ f 4 'IS / / w • m * * ~ I — L I m 1 u KH : W* WiwsWt Weekly Mews R. Weir. Editor $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texaa, under the act of March S, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS The following prices will ap- ply to political announcements in Toe News for 1922. Cash in advance. Congress — . State Senator Representative Ci - il Court Judge* District Judges ... District Attorneys County Officers Commissioners Justice of the Peace Constable Mayor Marshal Aldermen N. B.—These prices do not include subscription to the pa- per, and all notices subreqoent to announcements will be churn- ed for at the regular rat«?s. LITTLE ADS tfUNSATIONAf. CHARGE MADE BY SENATOR Feb. 15.—Secre- MT'SIC MEMORY CONTSHT and every lst ■ will be given eont This week ends the fifth week nmf with next week , the music memory contest, will publish brief ,), fae work so far has be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 February 1922

ther insboro boy scouts L following scout oath and is printfd at the request Wt Jonri, assistant scout L, (:f ti.f Winnsboro Boy S' S ( at Oath |,v honor I will do my best— [ft, Ho my duty to Cod and I country, and to obey the It law. 'I ,, help other people at all To keep myself physica'ly hp. mentally awake, and [illv straight. Scout Ijiw A scout is trustworthy. | scout's honor is to be trust- jjf he were to violate his |, |,y telling a lie, or by I by not doing ex- L a piv n task, when trust- [ honor, lie may be di- pd to hand over his scout JWTNN8BOIIO WEEKLY NEWf COUgT YOUR TREAtTRE^^ One of the craziest kinks in' human nature Is that we appre- Even a million dollars only looms up and fills our hor zon ciate oniy what we do not have.1 while we are trying to get it; as soon as it is got, it shrinks.1 The school yard full of mscy children, screaming anc romp- ing with the overflow of health never think of health .The on- MEBRITARY 17. IMS COMING TO Sul jher Springs Dr Mellenthin ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 February 1922

;i• 1. H-f« jlUfji FEBRUARY IT, t%2t Sam Martin, Jeweler Clocks and Optica! Good Gorman's Old St; AH-H-Hl CONVALESCENT!" % 0^4 - Auodu lain StbuU: lie Trajk Mdtl in <Vinnsboro |Vlar(h 31 and April 1 — Prid-t}. March HI ::|0 tc 12:00 a. m. j 1. I'll liminary debates, boys j and yrirls. j 2. Essay writing contest* Spelling contests. 1 :;>• p. it\ Junior Ath>ticw ] r,()-y:'rd dash. ■J. 100 yard dash. i3. 140-yard relay. I. Running: high jump, .j. Running broad jump. « Pull up (chinning bar) 7. Volley bill for girls. Two Scholarships in Tyler Commercial College for Sale at The News Office iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 7 :ilO p. m. I Declamation contests. 2. Final in debate. Music by Winnsboro music club. Saturday. April 1 «t: t0 (to 12 a. m.—Pield 1 Pole vault. 2 Running broad jump. Discus throw. I Running high jump. 12-pound shot put. 1:30 p. m.—Track YOUNG FRIKND! IF GEORGE WILLIAN J. m WASHINGTON COl/Liv „ RISE FROM HIS OKAVK WUiam ' M . ON HIS BIRTHDAY T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 February 1922

XIIJ—NO. 25. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 24, 1922. $1.25 rtCK YEAR llish Peas, Onions Disastrous Fire at Radishes, Cabbage. Quitman Saturday Lis week ought to wind up J A disastrous" fire occured in planting of lOnglish peas j Quitman early Saturday morn- iadishes /or commercial ( ing which wiped out an entire sos. There has been a nice block entailing losses as foi- B( 11anted to bt'iiii th.v. main thin* now is to Lg them to a quick maturity, th rabbits off and culti- 11- in so that one row will f(> the other to.keep the pea * the ground when thoy I forming. We learn from Ijy «rrowers that the stands fine. We have ordered :>a;~ f,the radishes and will Ivad; for thm we trust with lice demand as sooft as tnejr lure sufficiently large for ►ping- . - / PiiKtn planting ought to be Th ■ i and there ought not to fa single bushel of onions go ! waste at any of £he store* wholesale houses this year the demand in June and |\ will take up all the oniona can grow at a fair ana pro— (i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 February 1922

WINNFTOKO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 24. 1922. m N • I Sam Martin, Jeweler cSSs n"ddS Gorman's Old St; DISTRICT COURT JURORS Following is the list of Grand an ! Petit jurors for spring term of District Court, which Court convenes Monday, February 27, 11)22. Crand Jurors G. K. JlcKinzie, Alba. O. M. Ga.yean, Alba. J. R. AJ) a&jn, Quitman. J. W. Tuc ?r, Quitman. N. E. Richards, Peach Rt. 1. J. B. McKee, Yantis. A. K. Patrick, Golden. J. F. Craddcc':, Winnsboro, 4 C. M. Cain, V/innsboro. C. P. Newman, Winnsboro, 4. A. E. Cruse, Quitman, Rt.5. J. D. Benton, Como, Rt. 1. T. H. Exell, Mineola. W. M. Burkett, Mineola. Rt. 1 II. A. Bowdon, Mineola. T. C. Snow, Hawkins. Petit Jury—1st Week Joe H. Loyd, R. A. Bird, F. M. Evans, S. C. Meadows, M. A. Hudson, Jack Cage, C. A. Sorge, D. W. Massey, T. O. Klm- mcy, R. H. Reed, R. M. Deas, J. J. Edgar, Doll Alvis, L. C. Mailman, Jim Fletcher, W. J. French, J. D. Corbett, W. C. Pierson, P. E. Harrison, J. M. ARE YOU TO HE A WINNBJt OR LOSER? Look aft t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 February 1922

— Where Is Your Bank Account? We S' y to yo uwlth nil the sincerity and earnest nf.,s in our power that it is to yonr personal indi- vidual interest to carry yonr account in the First National Ban. While many have bitterly regretted not having done so. The money is here instantly at your demand—establishing for you credit when you nee J credit. Why "not open yonr account today First National Bank * ' t Winnsboro, Texas 9 New Cream Station Roy Gait, well known in this community, has taken the agency of the Metzger Bros. Creamery of Dallas at Winns- boro, guaranteeing honest weights and tests. Bring me your cream Saturday, Feb. 25. ROY GALT Agent for Metzger Bros. Creamery —It's in Dallas Al/TOCASTEft. ■ ; Marion R. Stephens, 43, of Chicago,' divorced, and heiress PjiPl V" an,10U«ced she was going to marry A. A. VonJiatsky, 23, Th. rcfllg,ee to 'he U. S., then the news movies started to grindJ ' Pole slipped an overcoat over chemical stained overalls to !" 8 P'cture at the Baldwin Loc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 February 1922

! I'l WINNSBWU) (HIT 55wFm*V*«T FARM BLOC DEFENSK. Senator Arthur Cupper ol Kansas, a member ol the farm ■ bloc, justifies his fight in the American congress in behalf of agriculture in the following lan- *II"A few rude but forceful facts have recently emerged frotn a swarm of calculations made by the U. S. Department of Agri- culture. They show that farmers lost 3 1-2 billion dollars in 1921 in crop values alone compared with 1920, or 8 billion compared with 1919. "From the Census Bureau we learn that farmers must pay for labor for fertilizer and for mill feed about 2 1-2 billion dol- lars a year, not taking into ac- count not putting any value on their own la*>or, nor including !' their other expenses and taxes. "Doubtless the entire annual expense of conducting 6 million farms would easily surpass the 1 billion of dollars it takes to conduct the railroads of the Un- ited States. Yet farmers are not asking for, nor expecting a 6 per cent, guaranty from the Government, nor that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 February 1922

(LONE" HIS wMEl H (Cyck e f Davis,, „ Spri' K". °""?" •5- ^ WI.NNSnORO WEBKI.Y VEWP FRiHtr M!v 24, IN DALLAS, of sudi i H. Man love, mother W. M. Pierson, died in Dallas Tuesday ^ 14th, at miu- ^'ciarksville. Let's- night- TlMt funeral services were ^im<) more than thiKYi^td in Austin, where she wu. i Cyclone ran for Gon^ Uurigj4 m tha 16. Mrs. Maniov* I^Wt D"ve Culberson. wga Jjon, ,t Nashville, Tenn., 1*^United States .^ena-, |)Ut. had lived in Texas most ali " U In 1912 he wan of hcr hfe. She lived in Austin Congress111''11 at ]*[*** maty yearn, but at the time of and was one of the her <|«ath and some years prior ocular men in <p"nr had fifed in Dallas. She is sur- tot the title of Cy- VlVed by two aona and four dau- i«in Kentucky in 1*^ tt. E. Manlove, E. T. 'debate witb the gov- Manfove, Austin; Mrs. L. G. that state wftcr wa* a Xirin^efcer. Houston; Mrs. W. M. t nd "Cydfne" a j 1#rson# Dallaa, Mrs. L. C. , «>vemor of Kentucky Hcarfammgh, Missionary, La., remarked:...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 February 1922

* i J « < f 4 l|b I I h t 1, winnsroro wbmklt NEW8 FT^BRUABYJ4J^ Winnstaro Weekly News R. Weir, Editor 91.26 A YEAH IN ADVANCE Entered aa aecond-claas mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS little ads FOR RENT- House. See Jim Gait EGGS—White Wyandotte eggs for sale from best flock of buds in East Texas, f 1.00 per setting. Will deliver in town when noti- fied. C.R. Taylor, Rt 6. 26. The following prices will ap- ply to political announcements in The News for 1922. Cash in advance. Congress 415.00 State Senator — 10.00 Representative 10.00 Civil Court Judges 10.00 District Judges — 10.00 District Attorneys 10.00 County Officers 5.00 Commissioners 5.00 Justice of the Peace — 3.00 Constable «... 3.00: Mayor 2.60' Marshal 2.60 Aldermen 1.50 N. B.—These prices do not include subscription to the pa- per, and all notices aubrequent to announceme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 February 1922

% )ril •nabl( I off( S t] It •0 11- le fid ie by all tr Nd all < being nth a link, rare th fener *g." b«M get their I in nfter| 1 '*■ Vv> ' •o]] Bnd«iJ ] I pack«t 19c s |utti#f1 littki ierfvi ns all Ickett j [rabJe HELPED IN STRENGTH (Wm Sick For three _yLrmt P*u> Nerroue \,torn**-**** Her l5l0ry of Recorery. • itodt.Ata.-M"- C. M. Stew". r#e«tlr related tha toJ- I toterfitlDg account of her ro- I "I WW In weakened con- fj fU sick three year® la bed. 11 dflAl Of P-'lifl, WOftlC. jipnewJ- I was 80 weak- ygjk across the floor; Just rj. M<| joy little < noa <Jo the I wk| almost (l''nd. f tried LL. I board of, ind a ntimbor of rgoil I didn't R 't any relief, bn't eat, trd sl-i>t poorly. I lit I hadn't heard of and taken T would hare died. I bought 1 .. • _ - _ ' -vhki INCOMK TAX FACTS t * • Fanners, rAngers, herders, dairjfinen, truck gardener*, vine- cyard and orchard owners anti- other food producers must com- pute their net and gross in- come lor iD^l and ascerta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 24 February 1922

li 111 IN h.' f wimwun W—LT NKWP FBnRUARY 11. 1922. :♦ ♦> ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ STOP! WAIT! COMING SATURDAY SURE TURNER MERCANTILE COMPANY • ' V '■* ■ - X Swings Into Action A Bargain Carnival CeL brating A Merchandise Sacrifice Of Tremendous Magnitude Promptly at 9:30 a.m., Saturday, our doors will swing back upon a bargain scene new before witnessed in winnsboro. Many extra hands together with our regular force « salespeople are now working overtime with 20,000 yellow tags flying all over the st< knocking the high cost of living all to smithereens. Come Down Early! With a good disposition, buy till it hurts—count your change- take care of your own packages —keep to the right in the aisles, shake hands with your friends who you will find eagerly grab- bing up the volumnious. Bar- gains shown by the Yellow Tag Prices t Come Look! 9:30 A. M. SATURDAY T NO TIME-NO SPACE To quote prices here but come expecting big reductions and you won't be disappointed. Free Prizes $25.00 in cash and merchad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 March 1922

*3 T 7M / ^ v imwboro JHedvli} -NO. 26. W1NN8BQRQ WEEKLY NEWS MAKCH 3, 1922. (J5-11 Designated Health Week by Governor Desiring to be of service to itis readers, many of whom own Victory Notes, the following in- formation is presented by The News with reference to the June 15, 1922, call by the Treas ury for 3 4 Victory Notes, and the temporary redemptioin pri- vilege relative to Victory 4%a. Inquiries indicate there has been column appears a notice from misunderstanding on the part our fire chief, N. H. Spearman, nf the Publ c. in reference to cleanup day,1secretary of the Treasury which is Tuesday, March 7. | Mellon has called Victory 3% The easiest, quickest anii s , r redemption at par and most essential thing that can s^prueo interest June 15, 1922. be done to prevent disease u 'After Ju"e 15 these h0™18- be- to cleanup the town. Not only cause they have 6,111,6(1 Dr. J. L. Hill, city health offi- cer, requests us to call atten- tion of Winnsboro people to the proclamation of G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 March 1922

Mi.'* II h ' ♦ : • \ Si p u CARDUI HELPED REGAIN STRENGTH Akkmi Lwky Wu Sick For Tim Year*, Suffering Paia, Nervotu «b4 Depmiei—Reed Her Owi Story ef Reortrj. Paint Roe*. Ala.—lira. C. M. Bte«an, SCHOOL MEN STUDYING THE SCOUT MOVEMENT WTNN9DORO WEEKLY NEWP M ARCH S, 1922. I Citation by Publication There is a strong evidence that .choui authorities through out tiie cojaLrr are becoming convinced that the Boy Scoui Move..lent haj a distinct place 1.1 tne eduutUianaJ system o; ih.; country- The educational value® of the Boy scout were nut clearly see,i twelve year, ugo as they are tod: y. The ef feet of the trailing on th school work of boys has calle-' at near L«re. reeaatlr related the lot- fh ) j ttention of school it en very iowtng interring account of h«r* r - definitely to what th? Boy toTtr?: "I *u la i weakened eon- Scouts of America are do«n;r dIUon. I wu fliok three rears In bed. Because troop* have been C* janl ■uttering a great deal of pain, weak, zed in many schools, and b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 March 1922

si i it] ICSTI I In (Ml loiujsc [ice lny &ES i A Y— If. (IT .iai> fHfc I)I ^kokimw rrLBSHiPS (c°op!r c"Ser«t of ow 'KToJ the market Un- " Week found « P«u> -hoi notning more than successful larmer. Now, -Twill naturally ««k fanner wants with a 'A is easy. Farm- rJiv as wi avocation, K or trade has about to a crazzle, therefore " every food farmer into the get-nck qulcj m soon a& possible and RE fame hard and furious. '%Sr will only have to sharp war whoop and him will flock:*>of and with a Rood battle [•fid a determined crew the « captain can proceed, to r the golden argosies, are nothing more than 'ladened with the wealth he world, plowing the lanes Lid-wide commerce. Kals- 112 bull yearlings and 10c will never get a farmer Irhere unless it is over tne to the poor house, and this very difficult highway to on account of so many „ going to the same direc- 'and after getting there he j compelled to sleep in the Cnyard as the poor house |to full accomodation crowd- nd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 March 1922

HRW? MARCH S, J922- - yuHKb.ro Weekly Hews j |JJ| f ^Qg Homer R. Weir, Editor *1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE' EGOS—Whitsi Wyandotte eggs , - - for «ale from beot flock of bu<U in East Texas. $1.00 per Betting Will deliver in town when noti- fied. C.R. Taylor, Rt 5. 26. FOR SALE—Frost Proof Gag Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas. under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known bag* Plants. We grow our plants on application. I *h'P "ice fresh plants. 6000 - |4; 10,000, $7; 1,000, $1; Pota- PUBUSHED EVERY FRIDAY toe and Tomato plants $1.60 - —- per 1,000.—Kinsey Wholesale ANNOUNCEMENTS (Plant Co., Valdosta, Ga. 27. S The following prices will ap- 1jOST _ WARNING—Certifi- y to political announcements ^ of No 553 ^aued The News for 1922. Cash in ^ ^ under date of advance. Congress State Senator Representative Civil Court Judges District Judges District Attorneys County Officers Commissioners Justice of the Peace Constable ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 March 1922

fe ril iabl< off( thi t K) ice CK ■ IN MM enea i ad Forai <peri<J ppened j| and n in II I Nation I seve a i P lerce f m su \\ mmm wrnnsnoro weeklt rrtwt March 3,1*22. mr Who Are Your Associates? We are ail of as Judgo* fcy the Company we keep. Men Kre ®ft«* *1 ■ «" with whom thfj do business by tlMir braking connections. When you send a nuui a check drawn on your account at the Pin* Natiraa! Bank (you have the satisfaction of knowisg that you will measure up to a high burtiwsas standard ia bis entimation. May yfi see j ou hereT First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas I Bob Sage spent Sunday in Dallas visiting Mr. and Mrs. krnest Johns. He was accom- panied home Sunday night by Mrs. Johns and little baby. . ^ I Just received great quantities , of new spring merchadise. prices are very low this month. March will 1*> a big selling month with us, may we show you. R. J. ^ I urner at The Enterprise. White Wax Bermuda onion I plants are getting large enough to transplant. Miller-N...

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

WINNSBORO WKKKLT HEWS MARCH , lt22._ :> 1* > I ry 9 BOY IS HELD FOR KILLING OF TULSA t BICYCLE OFFICER I ' Tulsa, Feb. 27.—Norris Crab- tree 17, wanted in connection with the shooting and fatal wounding of Robert Donnelly, bicycle police officer in this city Saturday night was captured yesterday at a road house north of the city by Sheriff W. M. Mc- Cullough and his deputies. The youth's father, William Crab- tree, a farmer living eighteen miles north of this city, ac- companied the sheriff to the hiding place sought by the son after the shooting. Donally died at 8 o'clock last night. Four youths from Skiaktook, Okla., north of Tulsa, who'were in the automobile stopped by Ekinnally and L. K. Granger, br- cycle officers in the north part of the city during a roundup of automobiles suspected of carry- ing liquor, are detained by tne police. According to their story told Saturday night, Young Crab- tree met them on the streets of Skiaktook, and asked to accom- pany them to Tulsa....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 March 1922

®iclM tO|] MI waSy 10n in B womtrn w r inj, lungrj iND/ siLVHi LSAVESi shootinii I his wiffj )• last J |his own y |>ur8 later! McGm ' wed) '"red atL dollar 4 l«r arm, from the | The hJ ■ sfparitjj ERjT 'KLAHdi ■The M astern M > OklahcJ • ith halfJ [xan fad letting M d rrees w« 1 Irlntti VP. laid aise x>d ing em be lere lth« I of* I to WnWBBOKQ WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 8, 1M1. igK ClfKAM station here has another cream Hr°8- Crer; ffella. has PPO«nted iGalt ti.c r agent tor this T Roy is for business LaI1 ad in this paper to it Seoflfins has been buy- •mwi for some time and ; food list Of customers.! 1 us the business is grow I Jowly but surely. There is 'money selling cream—more ,ct than be realized from 11? and selling butter.^ And cash business. This is in<r in a small flow of mon- ,ery week. Raise poultry, land calves on skim milk. W and eegs are , ca«h [y at all times and raised' waste product, the profit ltcr- . •„ cream check will not en- support the farm folKs, nobody can...

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