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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 March 1910

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Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 March 1910

A °`{-: d cl6sdaa mail matter. "-< OBW_ N uRATES. S . - -,. - , 860cents tW'iLSMYLE & CO., PUBS. S:T} SMYLIE, - - EDITOR. uliiurnal of Town of Winnfield fIc journal of the Parish of Winn W. FCOOPER 0 MAB8HAL: J. j. PAYNE S'BOIL MEN: df wy` :W. BOY,'TT, Jr., : 'C. H. ELLIOTT JAMES M. HYDE ý ·- -CHIAS. L. JONES JOHN H. MATHEWS - - '- 'larg' A BETTER TONE. arge E.? ,_- . 1' ".- -, .and _I h ot;he Spring opens and the dan rweather causes nature to keooff the fetters of the long Jo' STim S ard wnter, a. better and more the S tisisc 'feeling pervades the Pay] Inity The farmers in the atD arsh are `biusy gettihg in their both isn, an much larger area Will pert p an m l rttd of food crops especially, rade oecorn and peanuts having C ereerence. Cotton has* been pair tialIy abandoned for [two this "oniacc cint of the boll weevil, give tani far iners .are going to are t mall areas with special early shi t l "ed and hope to reinstate seel lt'vrtion- of the fleecy staple larg l lager a.s...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 March 1910

>:'' . 1' 1 11-. 2 i JUjti __ , 41-j IR./_ cations fwasor wr__ _ _ _r__ _ _r dA i PRIDAY SATURDAY .25, ..26 Butterick Patterns and Publi ' Today and Tomorrow, Positively No Longer T cati.ns for April Now Ready S liant Assemblage of New Sprig Goods, Ladies' and Mens Wearing March 6th, we inaugurated a Special aster Sale at which ioffered everyhing that is New, ttrative and Desable and at prices so low that they would demand consideration even at a season's end. "a ...ea~a" A parel:,"~aE whilElp .al P ous Efforts . . t and we ill ofer them to you at a great redue WhiteGoodSIAagreeted "o e showing oy NEW SPRING GOODSI was mostegraifying to us.d Withvoneaccord Men, ofmeachgrt "> t H E o f t h a t g g :l • O OS W a re " ' sw o nw e r which we will be glad to mail youeupon request -thlen o nfield and Vicinitch avefronousrepresin g theoestshape amdst bCutifuln most extensive and most inteiestingn fromfa and nt yp i ok Pongees. Flaxons, Soisette, Dimities, leathr in Pate•ts; u Mefal...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 March 1910

r fIbXIIm e kly. " . ki~iOural~f Twn f Wnnfeld. t;ie&aiestuna ~Offthe Par ishofWnnedIa r jn f'Clajlmal mnatter. "S. LIE, JONEDITOR. i Journal of Town of Winfield .' ~icial Journal of the Parish of Winn c ,2A4OJJQRMAYOB: W F. COOPER I C E3 M A R S H A L : J. J. PAYNE FOR ALDERMEN: J. W. BOYfTT, Jr., C. H. ELLIOTT JAMES M. HYDE CIIAS. L. JONES JOHN H. MATHEWS ___________ - - - larg A BETTER TONE. a and siflthe Spring opens and the dan Y arm- weather causes nature to akeoff the fetters of the long J Tim har-- winter, a :better and more optimistic feeling pervades the Pay comunitiity. The farmers in the at i p iare busy gettihg in their botl . cosand a much larger area will per i )tilaed, of food cib'ps especially, ra toes; ern and peanuts'having referenee. Cotton has been pal tcaiy 'abandoned for two thi on: account of the boll weevil, giv a farmners are going to are ntmall1 aeas with special early shi ttriigseed and hope to reinstate see ý .iation of thie leecy staple lar c'.iarg...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 March 1910

W 1 SOnly Two More Days 4or .FRIDAY SATURDAY MARI MA Butterick Patterns and Publi- Today and Tomorrow, Positively No Longer cations for April Now Ready Brilliant Assemblage of New Spring Goods, Ladies' and Men's Wearing 3, ET Apparel, Etc., which wilEcl ipse all Previous Efforts sri i "-HE ENTHUSIASM that greeted oir showing of NEW SPRING GOODS was most gratifying to us. With one'accord Men, Women andChil " ren of Wiunfield and vicinity have pronounced outr showing the most beautiful, most extensive and most interesting from a style standpoint. -- o .-ren f f aorW a Thesestablished policy of this store is to offer Sale Values at the beginning of the season when they will be most appreciated. Wednesday, March 16th, we inaugurated a. Special Easter Sale at which is offered everything that is New, ~ttraotive and Desirable and at prices so lbw that they would demand consideration even at a season's end. ' "" . , .MARCH M ...ARCH Es sf SaleaFoot a a nnwnei aiandiand we will offer them to...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 March 1910

itki i te Post Ofice at innai. tiO .o siid class mail matter th ~ SUBS0B1I 1 N RATES. to One Year _ . -. o cents -o "Months th r=isbly in Adasuce. W . SMYLE & CO., PUn a' Bil W V. SMYLIE, . . EDITOR . Official Journal of Town of Winnfield in :Official Journal of the Parish of Winn ti OFFIGIAL CALL subject i - forniatio he First Session of the Louisiana te eOP Farm Lands Congress Will Be Held in Alexandria Two Days, his April 20-21, 1910. l[ o programl OBJECTS OF THE CONGRESS. ssed 1 By the general diffusion ofpportu ;knowledge of America's farm lands i j to educate and accurately inform and rai he people of the entire country as of 1 o the possibilities for development as be of all lands within the SouthweSt, rela and the opportunities for the t homeseeker to ahebieve independent lines, life and fortune; to promote the movement for farm reclamation t Snd farm development, the settling, accom colonization and bringing into hope I permanient productive use of all indepe lands now ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 March 1910

a Ir -That is the first question, 'yobi `should ask about a roofing. That is .the t answer you will get if it is i T EXACO 0 ROO FINGi Approved by the Na tional Board of Fire - Underwriters. The best : rotection against roofing troubles of all kinds. Guaranteed to last. The Texas Oil Go. SOLD BY J. H. HUDNALL, Agent Long-:Null.; 1 ": ednosday evening, March li, e i the pity of Monroe, ' marriage C of iipch interest to the' ieople of A .:i this wit as cqusPAitMed, The 1 Sontractij g parties sere Mr. Wade fc H, . Long andl Miss -Floy Naul; Rev. a .1. 13. Hf. Wharton, pastore of: the ; aptist. ..Church of'Monroe, ofidciat ing. Thematarriage ceremony wnai performed i the presence 9f quite : a numiber o-f friends' of ;the 'con i. ratting parties, of this city' and0of : = Monroe. Mr. Long is a p' ominent ]iveryw~.n of the ity ofWinpielfd iand the brid e a daughter of ; Dr. ' and Mrs.. 1. N null .:of this city. ;. Mis iN11 ac Ii. t hiiigyo'ogiladyr and has many frieiils in this city ande...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 March 1910

' . jf -.; / .-- s < 1 I m A bank account not only gives youa safe place to keep yourc money, but it is, also a great -convenience. Besides every check you draw is a legal receipt for the debt you pay. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. S We pay liberal interest consistent with safety-4 per cent on tiuiedeposits WIS PARISH. BANK SLOUISIANA '.AA L. ROGERS, President C. McGINTY. Cashier. up Exe Milli iery Annourncment -4: , . . da R UR SINP I~~N hasr- s ar rived ande -ri ~'eady to serve yO . r nihSt, Lo uis. has char e o his epartment and will be pleased to .. iet'and r e y Gi Lt Bi D - ods o 068 n gta Bau ,~ NO fi~e' ra;- - - 1.50asýfo _ :``r t i -1 1 z:' .fel :·i riftJ!ard10Ib. 1.3 fx~ tP `ý ý r - .fi '.: _ `"ý ý t , -- -ti -,Y-0, 1 'Ibn 10 ~Ar a °uid Sugax 1.300 3"®r- ýý jr 9 ~ 100, +- 16o -p N i, pti ' i'Uair d1~in :Usually ft rp Arrrr' Sr );" ."A0>'.-ýs i h5·I;;,,,,,' ýý,ý. __ >, ,` - .a ._ ý,',ý" ý4ý,r,;: ýz,"~i~ts.J,-- riaýý --',+_ " :.Fra a nt :ýý"'~`ý..¢r- . .[ -, ý'? -'".ý?ý ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 1 April 1910

dvt n i Mew Presses and New Type Scs for Gommercial Wor always ive the best result Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfilcd. VOL. XIX. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1910. NUMIBER 2 ___ A . "UNCLE BOB" JONES IS HONORED R. C. Jones' Last Resting Place Is Marked by a Marble Shaft, a Loving Token of the Esteem in Which He Was Held by His Neighbors and Friends, Who Subscribed for this Monument. I On the last day of November death olaimed one of the best known and iost beloved of our citizens, Justice U. C. Jones, who had nearly reached the 80th milepost in life. He had held the position of Clerk of Oourt for more than a quarter of a century, and after that was justice of 1 tge peace up to the time of his death. I His igenial manner endeared him to 1 Bveryone with whom he came in coi t ct, and when his remains had been laid away by loving friends Hon. Geo. A. KSlly, his life-long friend, started (subscription for a suitable monument t~ mar...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 1 April 1910

T `COMRADE. comes frc may be a  - agaein thi ,edidat r Whethel Newton S.... EITOR ernor W settled ntiown fied tis sect Stioned a ?iO MAYOw: Govern R considel either ( ?E ernor E underst not rnN FOR ALDERMEN not rn J. W. BOYETT, Jr., The k J'his said C. H. ELLIOTT adminil ¾ r" Y9 fA S HY the can g u t eIn sor w.ior h C eAS. L. JONES and tht 1v.JOHN . MAIHEWS Gover' loose :a. d: HARD WORK. When L jentralProduce Association ficient  i= r e Jly engaged with the potato tive. wbich is doing finely up to Of this date. Prtled ind structions are angain ing issued to members to assist and w -: tem i packing dand shilping. thatO c considerable acreage has been wide i planted this year and the crop will will b 'bmark ted early, thus insuring a to the price for the product. econ Xarge acreage will be planted An ' ineanto throughout the parish. tione crops will have the prefer the e .e.: More .corn ill be planted Walt ir than ever before. Louis Iany small farmers are planting .Co acres in cotto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 1 April 1910

S. . ... <. God Cmpany WIN NFIELD'S LEADING STORE S Our Line is now complete in Every "Department. , The Best of Goods and Prices to Suit the Times. 5207 EVERYBODY GOES TO THE GRAND LEADER , II . p' FOR HATS. Be sure to visit our Millinery de Spartment. 5208 See.our line of "Fitwell'' Shirt Waists, can sell you a waist cheaper:than you can afford to make it. *Our Wash Suits are cheap.. See our $5 and $6 , , . Voile Skirts, can't be beat. Everything in the latest Dress Goods. Buy from us-save money. Unexcelled line of Men's and Boys' Spring Suits. To be doubly respected is to be. well dressed. . .Buy your suit from us. 520 Thoroughbred Hats, Fishing- Hats, Straw Hats, ". School Hats, Every Day Hats, and Sunday Hats, at the Grand Leader. :.::. . . ..... . Oh, that foot of yours will not look neat unless you get your: SHOES from:the. Grand Leader. Best in the World is a Hanan Shoe, next, the Hamilton-Brown, for the whole family. Remember th Daylight Store, the Leading Store, and the...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 1 April 1910

ERA VIBA PP ._ RANC.ha Sscibblers, the tireless The ed writer u] pYW in hitori :ore "Younli e tl siht "we don ýt. h -raishi fight fl llaiy. settled its score? but you strong. the takers, the dear natgre "In W1 l ;nd out the animal dope? prised p i t-'ti4rweird tales h. . 0 ;lvaes.: badgers and whales, velt in t l kieep right on missing, we hope. atel Iare' the :plotters,- the ', oldash- cious il nedplotters, . any grep ooked up a highly-spiced mesa are no t pirates galore. " did Slone Island shore kmnner of one R. L. 1. "You "No,  tarehe farmers, the book-writing Sfsarmers, h Harumized' early and late? the ,b'gosh tale is dead, She . lWtti. its royalties fled, [,-Oathere's crape on the old farmhouse while t ate. omile olo "Supi GUILTY FEAR. roar, - wheels, "I CE SOe n in o , t haught blla), "I didi 6 repairi "Got corns? "Tal "Is i "I'VE five ye h e . corns Rod that i the pc what Vat you find your flat comfortable lee t h ý-,¢" w i t r'. t i m e . ' les inter?" O. We e have been ne...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 1 April 1910

SSome sick ieass, still prevails throughout this section, mostl$' oonfined to roseola. It seemsqniite u epeeniedio and is"'destined to epaint everybody witfh its retehedness. SOur people are very busy- with heir farm work, being encouraged iy the beautiful Spring 'sunshine. T The whippoorwills hnve- begun aheir song, an assurance of Spring. Our school still progresses nicely ,though somewhat red'eed iknum bern. There will be an effort made to secure an election in this district for the purpose of voting a special tax for building purposes. We ruly hope to see the election rdered and the tax .voted, for we e greatly :in need of a modern ool house and equipments. apt. J.- J. Mixon visited our ool last week and as usual made e school a niceelittle talk, which la enjoyed by both teacher and upils. Mike Long, Jr., who has been in Ouachita parish for the last- few `months, returned' home last week. Rev. Mr. Willianehoi preached t onr church last Sunday night nad.again on Wednesday night....

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 1 April 1910

? i- -,,,-ý- - ENJOYED BY an W HO BEiAN t a. p Tlet PUTI G ý THEIR O E'Y IN THE BANK ,er'r Henry H. Bogers was a poor boy. He worked in a grocesttey. He saved his money and put it in the bank He left a estate of 100 million dollars. We Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. We pay liberal interest consistent with safety-4 per cent on time deposits. WINN PARISH BANK WINN WINNFIELD,' LOUISIANA Ii.:ROGERS President. C. MOGINTY, Cashier. E L OGR, rsieat 'Local and Personal. Early seed corn at Boyett's. tra ' G Pope of Selma is in the city ] this week. on lo-U~ion cooking oil 90 cents gallon at C0,W' 3O. O'Malley of Cotton Valley was In the city this week. go Sew j ipatterns for April now ready. Wiuniheld Mercantile Co. rstcass alallfa and Bermuda q lhayat Boyett's. n me Wright, who attends the L. spent E aster with hiome folks. B id ab .ate for .ladies at The ..·Leader.: n ' s 0i.ltti went to Shreveport h ay on business. Sntuto-date line of men's d i iiLolsana Mercantile Co., Ltd. 1 od supplieB s ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 April 1910

O1.. .. . l v . -. W!: ° ' , . " I s .s a l p XhrP •* . . . , .`,F 3` }xFJ C. 2 -. , ... ._; . . - New Presses and New Type dvertisements Fapes for Gommercial Work alwaysdvertisem the bt Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL. XX. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1910. N1JER POINTS REGARDING THE CENSUS The census begins April 15 and must be com pleted in two weeks in cities and in thirty days in all other areas. The enumerators will wear a badge inscribed "United States Census, 1910." The law requires every adult person to furnish the prescribed information, but also provides that it shall be treated confidentially, so that no injury can come to any person from answering the questions. The President has issued a proclamation, calling on all citizens to co-operate with the Census and assuring them that it has nothing to do with taxation, army or jury service, compul sory school attendance, regulation of immigration, or enforcement...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 April 1910

-:THE COMRADE. Published Weekly. Entered at the Post Office at Winnfleld.La. as 2nd class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Pne rear .- . - - - $1.00 /dix Months - -- - - 60 cents Invariably in Advance. WM. L. SMYLIE & CO., PUBS. WFx. L. SMYLIE, - - - EDITOR. Official Journal of Town of Winnfield Official Journal of the Parish of Winn FOR MAYOR: W. F. COOPER FOR MARSHAL: J. J. PAYNE FOR ALDERMEN: J. W. BOYETT, Jr., C. H. ELLIOTT JAMES M. HYDE CHAS. L. JONES JOHN H. MATHEWS THE POLICE JURY OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Winnfield, La. April 4. 1910 The Police Jury of the Parish of Winn, met this date in regular session and the following members were present and answered roll call; J. T. Porter, A. S. Peters; T. C. Willis, T. B. Puckitt, D. H. Shumate, J. R. Horn, J. T. Payne. J. E. Carter and D. B. Williams; absent, J. L. Brewton. The President appointed the following committee to examine the bids of Banks for the fiscal agency for the Parish of Winn for the ensuing two years D. H. Shumate,...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 April 1910

Our PAp r il Reduction Sal 10 Das Only 'Q UIN GIB10SN o April 15 to 25 April 5 to inclusive , IInclusive NO time in the liisto:y of the present inhabitants of Winnfield and Winn Parish has such value been known. We have lost sight of values. Profits are not known to us in this reduction sale. is what we ant and need. We claim such relation in this great rediction sale as our reputation carries with every transaction we create. We give you just what we advertise or your money back. Seeing fr, yoursel is co\nvincing to any sound thinking person. We have over-bought and are tremendously overloaded. Every vestige of this gigantic purchase must be removed from t ithout t los of et's time. ur only lternative is to sacrifice prices with a relentless determination that will move every atom of this tremendous amount of merchandise into every homste in North Louisiana. Prices have been cut to the niarraw. EXTRA HELP WANTED. Apply at the store from 1 to 4 o'clock Monday, 11th. Our Store Will b...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 April 1910

Pubilished Weekly. tered at the. Post Office at Winnfield. La. :.'i 2nd clrsiaaenail matter, A sUBsCoIPTICN RATES. iaronth _- - 60 cents :'Invariably in Advance. oL SYLIE & CO., PUns. .: t L. SMYLIE, " - - .- EDITOR. T ifficial Journal of Town of Winnfield ":Official Journal of the Parish of Winn el tha Boll Weevil Helps. The prediction that the boll yea weevil would not be an unmixed wa' :curse but rather a blessing in dis guise is regarded as vindicated by an a correspondent of the New Orleans e .i:Picayune who writes as follows: "The United States Department peg of Agriculture has reiorted the in yield ofLcorn in this State during as a.. -:.the past season to have aver: ged t. the phenomenal rate of more than eer 20 bushels to the acre. A planter pei in Bossier Parish made $1,200 on be sixteen acres planted in peanuts. .:\ Even at 15 cents per pound, cotton w would not have netted more on 50 t acres, or three times as much land planted. In DeSoto Parish more m::money was made...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 April 1910

TOWN COUNCIL OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. Town Hall, April 5, 1910. The Town Council met on the above date, with the following members present; W. F. Cooper, mayor; Alderman Anderson, Harp. er, Long and Mathews. The minutes of Iast meeting were read and approved. On motion of Mr. Iluaperl, the clerk was authorized to reimburse the gi&neral fund with $38.00, paid owu of this fund for printing bonds. Oa motion of IMr. Mathews, seconded by Mr. Harper, chairman Long of the street committee, was instructed to employ such help as he may consider necessary, and do such grading as town may be able to have done at present. The following claims were pre sented and approved; J. S. White $10.00, amount paid J. B. Heard on contract. 1M. L. Branch $4.85. Dr. S. C. Fitz $22.00. John 1H. Mathews $100.00 On motion the council adjourned until next regular meeting. W. F. COOPER, J. R. HEARD, Mayor. Clerk. Financial Statement. GENERAL FUNDS. BROBIPTS. DISBURRBMENTS. Fines.............. $1154.15 Overdrafts...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 April 1910

, Local and Personal. Mr. Frank Machen of Jackson ".Miss., ~as a weeklend visitor to our city. Mr. P. C. Ausbrook of Alexandria, was in town Sunday. Union cooking oil 90 cents gallon at Boyett's. Mrs. J. M. Hyde and children spent several days at Jonesboro, last week. Miss Kate Cross departed Sunday for a short visit to relatives in Texas. Mrs. Robert ~Lewis of Dodson, visited Mr. Jno. Wasson and family Tuesday. New patterns for April now ready. Winnfield Mercantile Co. We are indeed sorry to hear that Mrs. M. F. Machen is preparing to move to Jackson Miss. She and family will be greatly missed, al though we wish them much happi ness in their new home. First-class alfalfa and Bermuda hay, at Boyett's. Master Drew LaOroix has been quite sick with pneumonia, though we are glad to say he is some better now. Gold Medal Hats for ladies at The Grand Leader. Mrs. T. G. Randle and family came home Sunday, from Haynsville where Rev. Randle was buried. They have the sympathy of a large circle...

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