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

' 'K■ WINNSBORO WEBKLY NEWf Friday, Sept. 8th. | m u i I I] ' Iff.1 if 1 | if m \ rt I k * 1 • | f Jfcl i i§'vi • SYRUP PANS " Made to Suit Y ur Specifications ■T ■ J V ,i i " • For Informatim or Prices Fill iu ibis Coupon and Mail it to Us. Nath's Place Sandwitches I have opened a clean up-to-date resturant next to the bakery. Serving nil kinds of Sandwitches, Pie, Chili, Stew,j Cold drinks, and short orders. I will appreciate your tradeJ Tables for the women, and children. Let me fix the Sand-j witches for your picnic. N. H. SPEARMAN That Famous Chilli! Figured Him Seth Hemway had a reputa- tion far aro wide as a man who would not poy his debts, Grj; ;• Lilkens o e«- sent his new clerk to collect a bil long ovrduc. "And don't come back unless you get it!" was the grocers parting instructions. A half later the clerk walked in and handea over he full amount.. "How in heaven's name dd you get all that money out of that old dead beat?" asked the gro- cer. "Huh I told him i would tell ...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 September 1922

■yiNNHBOBO WEEKIT NEWSFrids,, g^. Btk. Cream Station Moved Metzger Mro*. have moved their cream Mtation from Gist & Sons to L. L. Dodfen's Grocery Store, with Fred Kelly M manager. We thank you for your patronage in the past and will appreciate a continuance of same. Will buy cream on Wednesdays and Saturdays, paying the highest market THE ODD BIBLE LIKE AS I? IE price. Fred Kelly, Local Mgr., for Metzger Bros., Dallas A San Francisco newspaper! There are times when life „ recently had a favorite book con placid, Jik* the lake when all tfj[ f?S^'hSLWl ^ th*. t00k Si'"; the8° arc the time wh<n nrst highest award contained V/e as mot" i* u .he striking paragraph: "Ow L 9 ,n harrTlonJ• cannot outgrow the Bible one V'' 8 wl,,; thre a,€ times grows toward it. Romance, poe- vv',en 1 Itemptatious, like try, philosophy and spiritual .n-'the human will's clashing with spirations are there in fullest thy law of love, Clod-born, neasure, and whatever one finds There are times when life'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 September 1922

I: i •Mi i J >! r if I ' ill 1 - Ki 11 !f* « m..1 i mmm s • WINNSBORO NBWBFrMay, Sept. Sth. ■ THE ENTERPRIS .S.TSiRNER&SO Next Door to The First National Bank One of Winnsboro's Best Department Stores Specializing in Millinery, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, Shoes, Dry Goods, Etc. September Will Be a Busy Month. New Stocks. Very Low Prices Will Give us a Lar e Volume tn We Cordially Invite You to Compare Oar Stocks and! Prices. Buy Your Fall Bill Now at a Saving this Fa Millinery Millinery Latest Styles Lowest Prices The pride fo our store. Our ambition is to make this a department Winnsboro will point to with pride for ,ts .urge stocks, authentic styiesnnd very reasonable trices. Already we have the largest Millinery business in this part ot the state. Ladies of neighboring1 towns look to this department for sty'es and prices. There's a reason. See the large dis- play. Note the low prices. Dozens of Felts, Sport and early fall Hats just opened, from $2.00 to $5.00. Fine pattern Ilat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 September 1922

I dret nade b |M!U L ck wfll |ty. wj need wul < - & y inu&hftt® vol.. XIV - NO. 1 _ fl)RNIM. ANO EVENING -=- WINNSIIORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY SKPT '3 MOSQlTrOES—TIN CANS f AND THEN TROUBLE * Fa $.>5,000 Paid Farmers for Cotton Here Saturday WATER MOCCASIN BITKs rflAN IHKOLC.ll HOOT $1.25 PEK YEAR (OTTON About ever so foten the news I papers print the j rose p?em, eu- Miss Edna M. Southard of liie [fetid. "Morning and bv«uing", Sanitary department of the Cot-I by Governor Bob layior ol ien ton Belt railway, was in Jack- [ jefcst'. It is i no oi the most oeu sonville th s niTning conferring ,.ltl. v uv WJl u/ m tm uuiui things Uiat quaint c'iui- with the antimaiaria workers of cucu'ation' heie Sat- Our prediction is that Winns- ca.sm last week while seining 21 1-4 cents. Ifly ever wrote, aiiU now theie Cherokee county. Sha stated i..'!!'i "f 1 'r>,U,\ 1 .reti ^un~ ',oro w-ll K<?t in the neighbor— lor minners in a sioug. Contia- The Farmers Union pooled a- jg ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 September 1922

WVNNBBOM WSBKLY HKWt FRIDAY SEPT., 15. ? I Hi I §! I r Vinpsboro Weekly News Homer K. Weir, Editor 11.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered hi second-clash mat- ter, September 24, 1909, «t the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rntea made known on application. assume that all the agencies for social pleasures are the peculiar right and phvelage of the town worker and that therefore no allowances need be made for such expenditures in the country On the contrary, the farmer must demmand and get such wages as will enable him to re- alize upon the profound declar- ation which former Secretary of Agriculture David F. Houston once amde to the writer. "The farmer is ent tied to a joyous existence." Among the inalienable rights that our Revolutionary ances- tors named a# the heritage of every free-man are "life, liberty, and pursuit of hnpp'ness." Rut to what extent, we may ask, has "the pursuit of happiness" been rreognized as a rierht of the Am- erican farm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 September 1922

A Checking Account E\*ry child should Ix? given a small amount <tf money from tame to time. It is nice to give a small sum at first; the Ithild will value it quite as much as a larg r one. Kven five Icents the litt/e people learn to plan and save for special ■things. Start an Interest account hare for th;j little ones land help them to build it up. First National Bank Winnsbr , Texas Local News Miss Jessie Donaldson left' Will teach Win^. / Friday for Wichita Falls t>> spe- 1:00 till 4 30 in aftemr 1" p™™ nd the winter with her aster,'""— " afternoon. Price Mrs. J. F. Stell High class automobile tires and tul>es now going at a m gn- ty low price here. Campbell's Big Five. I he Racket Store will move in to its former location where Mr.. Brad an is now. Mr. Brazen .♦ill move next door in the old pic- ture Rh'tw building. The name of The Racket Store will be chang- ed to "The Var'ety Store." Joe Stevenson, the jov al In- surance man of Dallas was in the city a few days this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 September 1922

WINNSBORO WKBKLY N*WS FRIDAY SEPT, 15. 111 • i'r i i i> i 1 v b r I r •> Arc You A Subscriber to "The News"? -m itjHS3 Saves money Improves baking Safeguards health Contains only wholesome ingredients ^PRIGE$ *'iiospWfi Baking Powder Large can 12 ounces only 25c Dr. Priot'i Phosphate Baking Powder U manufactured under the highest standards of purity and always gives uniform, perfect baking results. A trial will convince you that there is no greater baking powder value on the market. Contains No Alum—Leaves No Bitter Taste. You may be able to get some of Dr. Price's at the extraordinary special •ale price recently offered if your gro- cer has any cans left—ask him. Send for the "New Dr. Price Cook Book." H'b Fret. Price Baking Powder Factory 1001 Independence Boulevard, Chicago —— Service Garage Where you can get individual service at the cheapest possible prices on automobile work, battery repairing, welding, and soldering. In fact anything in the auto line. M. L. McCalman Fre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 September 1922

▼ www* miDAI n Suits *10 le«H ^ Bu and uy a 5^cvcl~ dbpend the difference iter lm- Her :ile; f.o.b. detroit ioro la. m. loo i. raj lm. |& m. m. lm. With its many new re- finements and even more complete equipment, at no extra cost to you, the Ford Sedan is now more than ever the worlds greatest enclosed car value. Terms if desired Wilcoxson Motor Co. ' Winnsboro 00 Satisfies the sweet looth and aids appetite and digestion. Cleanses mouth and teeth. A great boon to smokers, relieving hot, dry mouth. Combines pleasure and benefit* Don't miss the joy of the new WtltLEY'S r-l-the sugar- coated peppermint tid bit! Good for vahiabl« , . premium / ^ jfj BOOTLEG WHISKEY TO BE INVESTIGATED Ftderal Prohibition D.rector, L>avid H. Morris, Austin, Texa-s,! states tliat Commissioner Hay-1 nes has instituted a series of' conferences of d rectors and other enforcement officials in various sctions ■.>( tha country to d scuss numerous prohelems and map out plans for ablution,, and a confer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 September 1922

I 11 ' l f l* Mj i 1 H § I If you want a quick de'ivery made, phone 288 or90. AH pat- ronage appreciated. Promptness ia my motto. Jim's Delivery Ylw Qaioinc That fc>c. Not Alfe< I Tht llc.rt Plenty of money to loan on jrood7farms. See me or phoue. 8 W. C. Stevenson FOHD REPAIRING Will overhaul Ford engines for $8.00, owner to furnish own repair parts. Woik strictly «uar anteed. Prices hold god until Jan 1st B. C. Lemons, Pickton, Tex. ,'fc EDITOR SKr^i i • ——. Yes, it's quite true that wo- men's skirts aie oming down. FOR SALE—Or trade, I have \y? mean they are to l>e made two fine registered male caives, j,nger> one and three months old, both Th# men dt)n>t ,ike it from 4 1-2 gallon cows. Would lir„ .^pv^-d trade lot chickena. What have many of the women are peewd See A1 Her over the latest decree of lash ion. Hut the longer a dress is the you to exchange? Mitchell, route 5. ' 1 f Mf/1 SYRUP PANS Made to Suit Y >ur Specifications For Infornutko or Prices Fill in t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 September 1922

WINNSBOKQ WEEKLY NEWt FRIDAY SKIT, 15. NEW KID GLOVES Kid (.loves play a VOT* iirpor- taut part in women's dress for this season. We feature all pop- ular numbers in 12 to 1(5 button long Kid Gloves murk by Fran- 1 ^ Simmons, recognized as the very best on the market. Bolero Kid Sliap Gi'ves 12-b ttou Lain jkin Gloves in beaver, black and I brown, ranging in pr.ce from 12.95 up to $4.95. SILK & COTTON HOSIERY SILK1HOSE We feature highest quality All Silk Hose in all popular colors for fall. Our values ar<> equal t > any. S Ik Fiber hose in staple col ors at 50c and 75c ' Ail pure thread Silk Hose in pop I alar colors at $1.00 to $2.95 COTTON HOSE I Cotton Nose of the very best quality. No seconds, price range begins at - - - 15c [ and range upward to 85c All and wanted colors. WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR Bi? stocks of Fall and Winter Underwear for women are now ready for your inspection. Lad- ies' Bleached Ribbed Union Su- its, two-pifc® Suits ^...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 September 1922

WINNSBORO WKKKLY nkws FRIDAY SEPT., 15. I I I lI'KH . J i WINNSBORO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GAZET number 1. WimSBORO, wcod coi N i v '!'!■:>: ar. september, 1922. Icq THE Largest Distributors uf De])endable Merchandise in Wood County Save Your Dollars By Buying YOUR HARDWARE at Tip R. Anderson's Phone 365 Toilet Articles, Stationery Kodaks, School Supplies Paints, Cigars and Cold Drinks I. J. KENDRICK Druggist Turner Mercantile Co. We buy every articic (10m (lie farmer (hat it marketa- ble on today • market. Highest price paid for cotton in Winnsboro Best Quality Good* in every line and lf e cheapest. Good \&ork Shoes $1.75. Ginghams 20t. Over- alls 96c to $1 75. Blue Work Shiits 85c. In fact, anything in Dry Goods and Men's Furnishings. Prices right Give us a trial. Our Groceries are complete, ir*<>d quality and «H cap. TURNER MERCANTILE CO. Winnsboro Service Stance C. C. Chapman & C. C. Millw Props. Accessories, Oils and Gas Cars Cleaned Winnsboro, Texas 'In Medicine ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 September 1922

of OE V) 1 UJ XIV — NO. 2. ... h^lA Mgi — lUcdvli) fr-9* WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY SEPT.. 22, 1922 I" for /Ni_] * )ung d Bran e Far rcala Cotton Sells for 22c in Winnsboro Saturday 11.25 PER YEAS CHRISTIAN CHDRCH Sunday school at 10 a. m. ana preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30' p. in. Mroning; subject when do ,, * , ' i*e receive eternal li.e? Report [it WW thoroughly demonstra- was worth more than the $100 the sick and those who arein here last Saturday what a we spent for the entire adver- need. A welcome for all. r staple of cotton means to ;j8 jnfif campaign and it was "gra- W. B. Blount. market when Man Joneu of rf •J/lan*8 awfu')y- Come over ©- •i i j * , to see us sometime Broth a ijrma community sold_a ba.e Adair where there is something doing all the time. % a bale Arcala cotton for 22 cents just ordinary staple was fifing that day 20 1-2 cerils. this territory planted in a jer staple such as the Arca- fthe Winnsboro market can be i one of tlje best cotton mar in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 September 1922

... ■i. m* . — I i Bf] if? i i ■« Klla 1 j • i I U cigarettes/j# i 77iey are GOOD! Winpsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor fl.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, Septenil>er 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY VOTE SWAPPING HECOMES A iSCANDAL The accepted practise of swap ping votes in the state legislatu- res has reached a pass where it i akin to national scandal. The public interest is sacrificed on the altar of county cupidity, tho- ugh as a fact the home fo ks in the long run pay dearly for GOVERNMENT A DAN- GEROUS UUZZ SAW j Perhaps the strangest bulwak f th. , oii Jcal Loos is the amost rniv.rsal btl if th \t principles are greater than men. Scarcely a /illagc, town, county or state th?,t has not slipped over und;- tirable candid t?3 as against de ent men be mat of this con- viction, so fr.quentty in fact is time we turnad the micro- -.cpe ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 September 1922

ri*i t -■ ' ——Jm WINNSFOTRQ WEEKLY NBWsl FRIDAY SEPT., 22, 1W2. X\ W \ * 580 P.O. B. DETROIT 1 # Marketing Tall Truck Cropi 'Vices in general have t>een rajaAd ,f)|Ug to sell. The coun- tner low with a tendency to pick up for the last two weeks, ' 3P Quick, convenient, com- fortable transportation at economical cost has made the completely equipped and newlyimproved Ford Coupe the busiest car on our thoroughfares today. A saver of time and money. Terms. Wilcoxaon Motor Co. Winnsboro find his may make our f«l crops, green beans, butter beans, grfm Pl ,IS> peppers, and i) matoes Quite profitable. The market on all these had worked down so low it took quite a while for an upward turn. The continued dro ufh throughout the wh>le coun- try has aided materially in in- creasing demand. So a!I of thesi things that you may have in good marketable condition we can use to advantage. 'I here has developed a wonder fill demand for squash this fall: and this coming after e spring I froni ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 September 1922

19 f H M i i • § u ,;j IhM P '■J&. \ M t WFki :' m w LhifHip, mojiay m. riiMw* - A - V- r " «• \ *)?777?7sS7r,y7777777r///////JU/. FOR GIRLS FOR BOYS FRIDAY 8RPT., 22, 1 22. Built for Service and Good Feet. You will find our "Weatherbirds" ideal health and service ' shoes for your happy, romping girls and beys. Solid Leather Heels, Counter*, Insoles, and Outsoles Insure Good Service. Scientifically Proportioned Lasts Help Properly Develop the Growing Fttet. The S)lid Leather Construction Makes Each Pair Easy to Repair and Greatly increases the Wear. All Sizes uuJ Styles-High in Quality; Low iu Price. W. C. Dodgen Company 'i i [r ^P=pss -"r 1 WW'*'"' SHOES, SHOES Try a pair of our Diamond; Brand Shoes. Every pair guar- anteed solid leather. W. C. Do- dgen Co. Roy Batter left Tursday for the Oklahoma University Med- ical school in Oklahoma City. Miss Laura Ziegler left Sun- day for Commerce to enter the East Texas Normal College. Miss Josej hine Russell of Pa- uls Valley, Ok ahoma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 September 1922

WINNSBQHO WgMH.T WWW FRIDAY SKPT., It, 1 22. OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First Nationul Hank W INNS BOKO, TRXAS Alihr Close of Uu.iafW Sept. 15, IH2U, a« Kemlered ... (he Comptroller of tlic Curreucjr RESOURCES [/•ant & Discounts $485,238.73 U. S. Bonds ' 156,050.00 Building & Fixtures 11,575.00 Cash & Exchange 198,045.83 T( tal $800,909.56 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100 000.00 Surplus Fund 1(M),000.00 Undivided Profits 91,691.04 H >nds Due Customers 49,050.00 Circulation ♦. 49,000.00 Deposits 411,165.52 Total $800,909.56 The Ab ove Statement is Correct ALF MORRIS, Cmher. Just Unloaded Car of Cypress Shingles. Car Brick. Cover your house with Cypress Shingles. Scroggin- Drummond Lumber Co. has them. Also full line of SewelFs paints, Lead, and Oil. Will pay Top Prices CAIN'S C\SH STORE | Rhone old stand. Just received car Syrup Buckets. Winnsboro Service Station "SERVICE"—THAT'S OUR MIDDLE NAME Best Double-Strained Gasoline Tires and Tubes of Standard Make Lube Oils, Grease...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 September 1922

K& ; ', (Bj il ' ■ ■ ■ M'l b<- wu Service Garage Where you can get individual service at the cheapest possible prices on automobile work, battery repairing, welding, and soldering. In fact anything in the auto line. M. L. McCalman Fred Nabors Roy Boyd North of "Quick Fill" Station Telephone 221 WINNSBORO now of Quitman, Texas. Rev. W. G. Howell, our pastor, was Pre- ... ! sent at every service an] render TTic moot valuable assistance; he Is hi- thal has bee., held m many yea- . memtfer- rs in Winnsboro came to a clew: 9b of h churc|) Thursday night, Augwt z ltu. , tabernac,e with B scnlin|!£p Rev. Ed Morgan, presiding eldei i f fKrtlliJilflli UaA of the Texarkana District, of Te- xas Conference, did the preach- ing. Brother Morgan was n:> stra nger among ua having been re- ared and spent his early minis- try in tihs county. He is a str- ong, forceable preacher with his heart full of the love of God and humanity. It was apparent from the beginning that h? was evi- dently di...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 September 1922

10S ;phai® 11 Powder Dr. Price's is the lastword in bak- ing economy No other high- grade baking powder is sold at such a moderate price Dr. Price'* Phosphate Bm nk Powder not only produces food of the beat quality,—it safeguards health as well because it contains none but wholesome ingredients. Try it to improve your baking at reduced coat. Contains No Alum—Leaves No Bitter Taate. Your "f-'Cer may have aome of Dr. Price's left nt the special offer recently made of 2 largo cans for 30c—Ask him. Send for the "New Dr. Price Cook Book." It's Free. Price Baking Powder Factory, 1001 Independence Boulevard, Chicago. Large can, 12 ounces, only 25c % % Ten full days of keenest en- joyment. Agriculture at it« bent. Live slock display supreme. Southwell's premier motor show, in great, new Automobile and Manufacturers' Building. Motor races. World's foremost vaudeville in scintil- lating Coliseum program. Mexico's famous Artillery Band. Itadio Show—signalizing science's lat- est strides. "Myst...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 September 1922

g Aft I""'""' i iV I t li * Mi u YNRW8 FRIDAY il int. *. - P. P. Martin Novelty Store Go to Tha Novelty St re for your Racket goods. We now hav ii very complete line. W« can sell you China and Crokery cheaper than tuiyone else, as we are giving that ou •pedal attention. This week we are showing a beautiful selection of standar ginghams — The new fall color- ing at 17c, 18c, 19c. Ask to see our Novelties: Shtionary, Peace Cards, Tally Cards, Party Favcrs, Doilies, Napkins and Shelf Paper. P. P. Martin INDIFFERENCE IS OFTEN EXPENSIVE Because people are indifferent to pities, they very frequent'y get the wrong men into office and almost always pay three or four times as much for tne r government as they ought to. Because they are indifferent to laws and lawmakers, they find laws that they do not like on the statute books and no pro- #l>ect of getting them off. Because they are indifferent to their own home surroundings they get poor streets and incom- petent garbage collections and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 September 1922

. - Na •t {, ■> WW. lOccliln jV"etos. home vs CITY UFE Sliety fcr a ought m me the wide opan prod- i country- where the air is free, for the lass and Ifheiv the ftrngilng coun- >k seeks its level with- eter or expense. Where j \h ample supply arrows, water not in pipe*, nor flows. Where the garden [and wide l>ooma, and the in fruits of many kinds METHODIST CHURCH Next Sunday will mark the new era in the annuls of Winn.i- boro Methodism. This is the ou; come of our new organization of our Sunday school forces last Su nday. A mixed class of young men and young women was ar- ranged and two classes, one com posed of the young strong men and the other composed largely! Where the g>iden grain oftheir wives. The organization Xeve^rtTranch Sf rs in the morning, no n with the men will be our big "Brotherhood Class" and sho- uld be the biggest thing in own. There are 75 men actual coun;, members of this church who are not in a bible class and there- fore not doing any systematic s...

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