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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 July 1920

i ± i iP * hft % ■Prffl r. w , L ji. XJ, NO. 48. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEX 4", JULY 23, 30x8^ NON-SKID CASINGS. $18.00 30x3 PLAIN, ALL MAKES ... 13.00 IF YOU NEED A TIRE NOW IS TIME TO BUY. One 7-passenger Chandfcr FOR SALE One 5-passenger Ford All in First-Claw M<chauical r)<xiK*' parts all kinds One 2-paasenger Dodge Condition. an<l Gfg<>lin* n. r _ , Seat Covers and top Recovers One 5-passenger Dodge Ford and Dodge Accesoies. Free water and free air Isssr^' OFFICIAL STATUM KNT The First National Bank WINNSBOHO, TEXAS At the Close of Business j„ne !iO, IM30, Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency V"WT ONE OF'THC V)ME AND DC THE ONLY " WINNSBORO. SEVERAL jJJUAT WILL '*AT FOR. $W*1AR rOL£>. •nuR Carburetors No. \M Merchants <S: Planters State Hank WINNSBORO, TBXAB Statement tit the Close of Btislne«s June 30th, IH'JO HliSOlTRC'IfiS Loatin and OUcouut* $>i70,4.('.5 24 U. S. Bonds 112,000.(10 Bulldlmr and'Kixture* 11,700.00 Caah andEachangr 304.Bb3. lfl ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 July 1920

a on the 16th day of .0, File No. 3740. aatuie of plaintiff! de- ijt.'inx us follows, to-vit; on one certain promissory • dated Oc.. 21, li«l«. *!■•« the defendants to plaintiff In 80 acres of ne sum of $121.00 with iirteiest Hopkins countj a< ' i " ' '-as* ' "1 & SHITE Real Estate Dealers Rear M.I& P. rjank Winnsboro, - Texas 60 acres of h.i.d located MVWl. of land fin pubiio 65 Hcrw of land ^ looted ^ Hopkins cnvnt.v; 8, acre^in cw- , miles froni\l 'Ckttn, . • school aud church and -tivation, 15 in p.shuo, K acre* a I. f lVn\UKl)()rOi •« i? 1 11\ III*1 A 4 1!! fl'.!- . Kr i' ^ • .#• ,iP oimU... • in it 4o 'J r.;.u. v r uf /•>. Vi. south ;;ici'e' i & •'< a two a, ffiot hWl c* jpii'1 , IU of „ jrocd outbuildings, Price $131.25 school, concrete cellar parage. ' ~ T 12*1 acms1 of land located on I/.rated in Rains counts lex- ^ rd Pittsburg road- US. ',0 cn of ,, |„ cll.tiv„,cn. 2- . * & '!.™a e'\v.B'mUM""of J0=d 13 in cultivation, 23 in pasture, lL ' • • " —!l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 July 1920

**■"" """' ' i Drink &£M r< —when "delicious and re- freshing" mean the most. The Coca-Coca Company atlanta. ca. m ———— 1 StfYKNA ITEMS. ginning on Saturday before 111 b 4th Sunday vi; this . place ReV. Earl Baas of Ft. Worth will) assist the pastor, Bro. Ma- ness, in a revival meeting. All singers are especially invited to ftttend and assist in the choir. Bi*o. Baas was with us last year and all who heard him will be glad of the opportunity to hear him again. Miss Bessie Lake of Pittsburg visited from Friday until Mon- day at B. F. Ziegler's. Messrs. Asa and Frank Dixon, Jewel McLeod and Fet Gibson and Misses Diamond McLeod and Ida Mae Dixon called at B. F. Ziegler's Sunday night and enjoyed some nice music on the Edison. | Mr. Alvin Banks attended singing at Coldwnter Sunday'in interest of a vocal class. A bunch of singers from this place will go to Caney next 4th Sunday afternoon to sing at that place. Correspondent. Mill Electa New Dirmcan GLACIER IS MAKING RL AtS the mee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 July 1920

m Old Time the sa^c \fo\t were ^Y<7Z£rr/?c^ SUCH VALUI It's Such Bargains as these that Makes it so Hflrd Forget a Kool Kloth Suits Worth tc One big special lot Men's Kool Kloth Suits and Tropical Materials, in light and dar' tailored, in staple and fancy models. feature in this lot asd inch- values that sold originally up to r S^; Perkins' Med Tag fr;ich Suits Wort to f >u8 ii li mi lei let f Boys P I i Bea* °.r'^'nal n ialar styic ldudt' i> in Ti..w prioed # Ti, very limited and we d. not t t' last lonirei than n few 1 <; ir.g <>j our loors. S" I ? Chmae . , s Blue Work Shi: "It Begins Thursday" "Another Record Established' Great Crowds Came Opening Day! —Crowds! Crowds! Crowds—all day OPENING DAY—the GREAT PERKINS' RED TAG SALE was ushered in by an overwhelming number of KEEN, EAGER, ANXIOljjj ECONOMY-WISE PEOPLE. Every nook and corner of the | great VALUE-GIVING STORE was like a "bee hive" and PEOPLE BOUGHT as they NEVER BOUGHT BEFORE. —If you were not present—...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 July 1920

m: I —- —*- - As The Fall Season Approaches ;hed: and a big fall and winter stock of mer- chandise to make room for we are going to offer to the trade as long as it lasts S( me (attractive prices on spring and summer goods. you will find a good assortment in stylish sizes and widths at prices that you have not had heretofore. WE have A few light WEIGHT COOL SUITS LEFT THAT you CAN get lots of WEAR THIS SEASON and still have a good suit FOIL THJ NEXT spring and summer, at a price THAT1 WILL BE t in voiles price. WHITE runs in ALL k of CURTAIN GOOD MONEY INVESTED we have several pattern* that you will want a i t1 goods—some attract1v si 1 kinds. we have a LjfcRGK scrim and draperies. in our ladies depart mem )u will FIND several silk, voile and ol dresses at prices that will move THEM as we must make space for the large STOCK of new ladies wearing apparel to COME for the fall sea- son. we want you to keep in mind that we expect to make this department one of*thc biggest and best place...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 July 1920

f, ir Jt BETTER DEAD Life ia • burden when the body ia r ck«d with pain. 2verythm« worm5 and the victim become* despondent and dov. nhaartod. To bring back the sunshine take COLD MEDAL 1 h* national r*m*4y ai Holland lor ova* voo jtmii; it fa an anamy uf aH pain* tulun* uom kidney, livai and uric i iroublaa. All dtugfiata, tbraa *i *a, < Ika aaaa* GaU Madal a* •«•* ml>l e* Letter from /A Ask us to tell you about our Budget Plan —s bread and butter way of paying (or your New Editon. Our Budget Plan find* the money tor your New Edison, so you "II never (eel the (pend- ing of it Hie NEW EDISON "V& Wirnwrt wMk m M " Y ou'll have your New Edison paid (or before you know it. You'll e* ov it wL.'la son for his taking rff case- saying he would see i it that __ _ no mean insinuating tling would Mrs PaHerSOn I* said agaist him. l!told him there ww nothing tlut could be truthfully said agi/nat my A lew week* ago The New. printed ( husbun(1. thttt jf he Wlnt into an aiticle by let^uct...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 July 1920

fwml r l£=~ Hfr t K ' s TMC NX/HITB ■ vU.NDMENT KOUSt, ,, m ">mmm w I A : J4i-V. I ■ ' • icssoGeasa CAPITOL AT WASHINGTON ["■Nation By Scnool esolution No 17. i j amendment to ■fi Article VII of the ji of the State of dtempting indepen- ajinmon school dis- 1 the limitation of tlof one dollar on mired dollars valua- ny one year, and an appropriation towns constituting separate and independent school districts, nor to independent or common school districts created by g. n- eral or special law. Sec. 2. The foregoing consti- tutional amendment shall be submitted to a vote of qualified electors of the State at an elec- tion to be held throughout the State on the first Tuesday ffter the first Monday in November, 1920. at which election all vo- ters favoring said propped amendment shall write or hive printed on their ballo*s the words, "For the Amendment to (Creating a 3|vs: ne-fourth of the ijby the Legislature Article \ U of the t* of Texas- Constitution of the State of That Section 3...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 July 1920

mm mm I The City Market HUBBARD & HOOKS, Prop* P.une 125 "The Place to Get First-class Meats at all Times. -See us Before Silling Your Ho^s an J Ca:;!e. THE PICNIC-FAI A Blj G SUCCESS The Trio Count BAPTIST CHURCH Two fine congregations greet- ed the pastor last Sunday. Two new members were received at The two uniens which have Martin Turner Wionsfco.o. Koitc 4 ttivti tu vVm mot) 1«ay •©arreel Rocks nt \Vln -%tu>rn I'li-nii* /ftir K« r > h «•. ECZEMA vnllioul qunlivn **lv« fall, in |h« m ITCH, KCZBMA. KM. TiTTM or mi -MeliliMf akin >*■93 wui boa tl nu rMu B. Y. P. U. Entertains I Friends and Members Inaugurating tne new year's v.ork, ti e Baptist Young Peo- ple's Union entertained its mem- bt rs and friends with an infor- mal reception on the church lawn la.it Friday evening. Picnic-Fair .succor. ffov.ever, \ ' | tiling day, Tu,. <U r. the pro?- the morning houi. jpects for anything Jike aucc • ... s.i w< e not favorable.. Rain in t.u ,J,'e(n organized aie . , ear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 July 1920

v...r: rmr ifsm, fro. i IT W1NNSB0R0, WOOD COUNTY, TBxSft; jlfl,Y?80. [ lecei d Anc' - Car Dodges *ml*ne gel yoar order io lot next carload •vol tte enocumption in unuauully low tku kirr. mileage it unusually hiuli Alu KINDS AUTO ACCESSORIES! TIRES A Few Groceries at Bargerfti PrVes If You Want Your Dodge Fixed Right Bring it to Our _ Station, the Only One in this Part of the Coun OFFICIAL STATKMKNT Tlie First National Bank WINNS BOKO, TEX A8 A.K ttv Ctt.N«e of UitniaeMM June :il>, u„ Rendered to the Comptroller or the Currency KESOtJRClCS l.'woan* and DL«eounU >>70,40.:. 24 CJ. t . Bond* 112,(NX).(K) 8clldio« and Fixtures 11,700.00 «Cc*h «nd Enchange 3O4.S03.4S HWI $1,008,75#. 09 LI A UILITIKS <' it p i t u I Slock $100,0iX) 00 Surplus Fund loo.ooo 00 Undivided HrntUk 100,000 (JO Dividend No. 22 10.000.00 I'nearly<1 IHtcounl 1,040.45 CireuliUlon 48 OuO.On D.-,, 738.812.24 Total $1.0(W,75ft 00 Ilie Above Statement ia Correct ALF MORRIS, Caahie* . Ji Drin l |l (t'Lji (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 July 1920

:'WY / (d (\ i f I The City Market HUBBARP & HOOKS, Props P.une 125 The Place to Get First-class Meats at all Times. $ee us BeiWe Silling Your Ho:;s and Cal 'e. Martin Turner H. Y. P. IT. Entertains Friends and Members Vr'misbo. a, Ko j|t 4 Htmi lit A'in i«ru| I«a ®arred Rocks m vV|n'i*hi>m rii-niv ''uir Kor >H i' Inaugurating tne new year's 'v.ork, the Young1 Pto- I " HM |. tiftioi) i/ilimt hog pro i. from to 11 church \ la house v tll'rice |x dt|> in iu Real Esti Rear M. Winnsboro/ 50 acres of hind on public oad, 2'/j miles from Pickton, miles north from Wiunsboio, 65 acres of land located on '< <>f public road in good locality. 1 '/< Hopkins county! miles of school and church and tivation, 15 in jV J 2 null's ol town. i5 acres in cul- 0f 2 acres! ►15 in cultivation, 5 in pastiue, 5 ^vution, 20 in pasture, 8 in or Locati I pie's Union entertained its mem- g}own, 7< ECZEMA lA<w4Mti V* * Marirm w nr/iia## ni I without qvitbon lv bill In tbfl * ITCH. BC...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 July 1920

-v SIGNS TO BRENNAN THEY PUT COX AND HARDING ACROSS PRESIDENTIAL FACTS Ha *** ' it If President Wilson serves out - ^ the term for which he was 11 < )* elected he will be the first prea- cee<j hevi |l; iuent since General Grant to Ltt. serve two full consecutive teims pr0Ul0ljn in the White House. Hayes,, Bf A ||l , J, ' who followed Grant, was a one- term president. Garfield had J**01 been in. the White House only a P«< • 11 to dt r dinar. ClllCURO 111 of considerable abil- li*> flrnt ciuck nt Demp- The fuel that the tan. Carpenilcr, was [by Coclirn.'.y. I.or !on |p; ovntiu!' i "OWN ,ilace but there—thtB, 1 DMiupr.'.y R ir.an- to the Yh h fighter*. Ind Dcmpney will moot -the hlshc l U;auer to but. Thexe were the men behind the Kunu—Cox and Harding. It was thntr political maneuvering at Democratic and Republican con- ventions which helped brkig the tioinluu tlor.s to the two Ohio nfvw':nap«.i publisher.* I'pper is ii.vrry y JQauglterty of Columbus, for Harding, ard lower...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 July 1920

The City Market HUBBARD & HOOKS, Prop* Phone 1 25 ■The Piace to Get First-class Meats at all Times. *$ee us Before Silling Your Hojs an J Calf.'e. "fain •in lurner Wiiufeo: o, Koilt 4 Hi'tnl In vV'm Mr„| "Barred Rocks m \Vln<ithi.rn I'tunii- ''uir Kor >H «*. ECZEMA ■*"** vntlxim quMbon " ""4' *•! • falla m thai ■■ • « wl be* al Mr rttk. JXQ 1). FOWLEIJ, Druggist Pick-Up In Jewelry I r a< tiftioi) i/Jlimb hug pro - "from to 11. . P. IJ. Kntertains church 11 iends unci Members bouse v , " Price pr Inaug..ii«ting tne new year's '/„ jn n( ivi'ork, the BaptiM Young Pto-• pie's Union entertained its meni- Locati btrs and friends with an in for- own, 7< niai reception on the church (,I1> 50 i mbv lawn loKt Friday evening. 'tl, tint sire. Old-fashioned frames of which ,1 e froj "(•oing to Jerusalem," "Drop ,c c rc the Handkerchief," and "The Pr8e.por easily led furnish- "1,f ' Parson's Cat' «d afte: (ill nl 40 in n hour of wholesome fun T prefatory to the impromptu pro- N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 July 1920

Shop-Made [arnes and Saddles you satisfied with anything except very best in Harness? You intend >uy good Harness sometime and if buy the best it is a good invest- ht. See the Harness and Saddles It we have on display. You will ree that there is no better made, s talk over your Harness needs. Gist & Sons Sanatoi (Ft. ^ The net011 i t u , • Con til Mowers, raki -(>XHS pri es. Gist & Son*.r0r publ oppo.A- Carl Coats \v . emse by Pleasant the fir; 'l f^ern.' ator H niendment / Constitu- wonder, Mens $1.00 i/Texag cf <9c at the Red 'lfnpensation .. Bros. Co. Jnd the re-,the P™"01" all be pub- There is Mr. juid Mrs.Pcordinff t(> l>eech t, i baby of Buffalo 68 Cast of peace, a, 'ting his fathei 0f Five far as In ... (' so much j-itices wilt I All merchanhecessary is . «r nature now* out cf any ^ 4 sold at greatl[y not of W- "dded The Enterpris/or the pur" a"d ' " 1 yiecessary ex- when h Hamation and Mrs. Mabel amendment rene Morton ,1p hpM hprP' Wells lor sov D- MTM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 July 1920

^li.NDMENT on the hundred <V!1 i '< '.'io Aitide XVI of the-Cons D„ c , . „ Wl Wy to independent tion of the State of Texas _ Taxation Hy Scnool f common school .strict ea- viding compensation for public ted by general or special law," officials." Those who oppoflfc lit Resolution No 17. ' ' aid such amendment shall erase by amendment shall write or have (marking a line through them, Ian ahi.M.uim nt to "'inted >n their ballots "Ag i st the words "For the amendment of Article VII ol the amendment to Section 3 of to Article XVI of the Constitu- wondei [tion of the SUte of Article VII of the Cons'.i tion tion of the State of Texas of propot, k- exempting indepen- 01 .,ua.t.e Texas, piovid ng Texas, providing compensation , ri common school dis- Ulat the limitation ui>on the for public officials." And the re-,tne P1' ftim the limitation of amount of school district t: x of suit of the election shall be pub- There kax of one dollar on *)n<* dollar on the one hir died lish...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 July 1920

CRITICAL PERIOD FOR COTTON CHOP (Fiom Dallas News) A* ix i < i t of crop conditions SOUTH FRANKLIN ROADS Lit.it Week citizens ol tht South end of Franklin county obtained an injunction prohibit- ed prospect* as of Aug. 1 is-ll'uV^ c<,m"llhsioner'!i ««urt of , . | that county Irom further expen- i the lexas Industrial dituren ot the mid fund. This AGKK iL NOTES. sued . *' * \mwu 1 U!«U> 1 11J• Congress, covering 175 counties[was brought about from the reason ' T i tFe in Texas, shows that the cotton feelings of the citizens that they crop has reached a critical j,eri-hvc,€ n°t getting their pro-rati' od in its development. The corn'0* ^unt^ ' road improve- crop is made and fulls short of 1,10,1 ts. last yeai-'s yield by about 25,-' 0n Monday morning of this 000,000 bushels, according to a mass meeting of about the rej>ort. and the wheat croplone hundred citizens met at Cy- "ttill not exceed 15,000,000 bush- p, W88 to- discuss ways and els. Live stock and range condi-'mean...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 July 1920

4< y m ORDER OP AN KLKC" KF & w / THE UNIVERSAL CAR lOO Per Cent "Pep" When your Ford car or you • Ford truck cloven'* di4fii;>v its usual quantity or quality of pep" mid a it^ time to have t rtnairmun who understands the l""rd mechanism give It the once over"—then nake the lie essary adjust- inc'its or repairs, a:id return it to you full of its old time "pep" and energy and pt.li. Ycu'll notice tho difference. We employ only skilled Ford mechanics—men who know how Ford cars are made, and how they should \)e Vent to give the most tflicient and eco- nomical service. Aid our .hop equipment hoists in great many :'•! ec; illy designed Foid tj/.ls and time-saving devices and machinery. Don't risk chances, play fair with #>ur Ford oar. Keep it in the hands of its f-le >#, the "Au- thorised Fcrd Dealer:;. T. L. MOORE Autloii' fl Ford SaUv. and^ervice. wi.uisboi i. \ exa~>i lixitlTlRAL NOTES. Whereus, J. W. Rhone, C the aldermen of thfe Cit}1 Winnsboro, has this day el 5Y...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 July 1920

BWMUfcm. m* yffl isti 'U- I fJMfPf -■ DAYS 0 Saturday, Aug. 14th, Jhjjc i •«e by ^ai INCLWS = We Offer Some Nice assortment of Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists at 33 1-3 per cent reduction. Just a few Taffeta dresses worth $25 reduced to $13.50 'Large assortment of children's Gingham dresses, I special prices, each 60c, 75c, 90c, $1.25 and $1,50. Nice line of men's Kool Cloth suits, regular price $19.75, reduced to $12.95. Best quality Crepe de Chines, in all desirable colors, extra special, the yard $1.75. Tissue Ginghams, good range of patterns, regular 89c value?, to close up, the yard 69c. air assortment of Voiles, regular prices 65c and "r" cnppial nrice 49c. , °"J r ot ttn Election '"r"; ' By Th. City Council the^i ' Ule ""'"'v of "> T«as ,h ? C"y " ( l«xa8 that a necessity exists : 'or the immediate imnL I of the struts of P'OVe,m"t order «>iH cit v' in I \ manner hereafter to tinned by this city coun ' )a . to enable the g0V- °dy to better carry out improvements, it...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 July 1920

DISTRICT 001' Kt JURORS. Winnsboro Weekly News „ Following l the Hst of Grand Petit Jurors for August ADVANCE, (term of the District iWood county. Homer R. Weir, Editor 5l5TJT YEAR IlT hnttrt'd as second-clu.s8 mat- i-'jbt, .Septernlwr 21, 1009, at the ,p<h£«ffice at Winnaboro, Texas, ander the act of March 3,1879. Advertising rates made known on application. . PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY f or««vn A^tnuinv Repif*iu'i « I THE AMh Hit AN ASSOC VTION 1,000 EOYSAND GIRLS TO VISIT STATE FA1 TSiilucatlonal Encampment1 Alao to Set Distribution o 8chol r ".ipa Court cf which ^ ouii. August 25, One thousand boy and glr'a. com in/ from ull thu countl-n tn Teaae •jU r« ihe Uoy*' and Q'r'H Ci be aro « -ttv«. will lie Riu'*ta of thu State of Tvxaa during the *ea«'>n of >l>-5 (he Kducutionul Eacampmeut. Thin neason the work will he fur- thered a great deal more by the dis- tribution of State Fair scholar*'ilp < 'Tbeee n|ie<UI prUea will be dlitrl.' vied during the State Kalr nea.ton....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 July 1920

4. 4 an such amendment 3hall era marking a line through the words "For the amend: to Article XVI of the Const! tion of the State of Texas ion the hundred dollars valuation to Article XVI u* the Coi1 ■hall not apply to independent tion of the State of Tex Taxation By Scnool ?Lc?"ln™n districts crea- viding compensation for °r ***$*} law," officials." Those who and all those opposed to said nt Resolution No 17. iimendment shall write or have rion of the State of ^th^StaV °f T* Consliu.1J.i(,n "on 01 «>e State of Texas \ t°nimon fach( d g amount of school district tax of suit of the election shall be l~. IT of^one dollar on SnllnJ i or'.,,le ,on® hundred lished and declared accordingtq undred dollars valua- t„' °rommcnb'.S'0e^ijJ tbe VOtM ■"^SjSSR-?"*• , 1 *fv\ The Govern™- of ,he SfSl^**5.°^«St ** PP™PH.t,d oufoVU an ^>d by the Legislature bate of Texas: That Section 3 of US, for|fu.n^ the treasury not'oth^ erning )e *1 published as required ™bv "flip1 W'8e ®!>ProPpiated for ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 30 July 1920

Little Bailey count jrRORs- Wmissboro Homer K. Weir Editor 25 A YEAR IN^ADVANCE ill the W rinot true hntemi an M>cond-clu^8 mat- <«Kar, Septenilw 24, IDOy, at the poaSmttice at Wlnnaboro, Texas, ander the act of March 3,1879. Advertising rateb made known on application. . PU BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY f-oit *1(11 Ad triMtni Rtpirienu v« THF, AMERIC AN PRKSS AfcKX \TJON 1,000 BOYS AND GIRLS 10 VISIT STATE FAI .Educational Encampment Also to 8e« Distribution of Scholarships ■ One thousand boys and Kit s, com ii * from all ihu count!"* In Texas ■alwra the Boys' and Girls' CNbs aru uitfi", will lie itui'sts of the State of "IVxas during tha season of I 'J JO at the Kducutionu! Encampment. TliIh season the work will he fur- (hered a great deal more by the dU tribution of State Kalr scholarship* "Theiie s peril I prizes will be distil Following is the Hat of Grand id Petit Jurors for August term of the District Court cf Wood county, which <ourt convenes Monday, August 1920. GRAND JUllOR...

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