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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 January 1923

r ! ) ■ _ \t/A our hens "board" all winter without Mora Bgga or Monty Back .m ["Women'S YfHJNG auxiliary honored Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Beggs entertained with a luncheon Thursday evening January 1", at their home, honoring the Young Women's Auxiliary of the Baptiat church and their Counselor, Mrs. S. F. Nelson. All guests having assembled in for tax collector In our announcement column will 1* found the name of E. J. (Ill ▼▼ llllvl TTIIUVUi laying enough eggs to F>ay the cost of their eod? Don't blame it all on the ccH vreather —proper feeding will produce eggs even in winter. If hens aren't getting a complete egg ration, they can't lay. Purina Poultry Chows will make your hens lay more eggs when eggs are worth more. You can prove it on a money back guarantee. Start feeding Purina Hen Chow and Chicken Chowder now. For Sate in Checkerboard Bag* by '!resides at Waco, lc'x"-s- " ' tor jn making his report said: e Earl IS., who lives at Dallas, and, „The of the Uix collec- e three daught...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 January 1923

f WEST irgiQii toryofth,. where a i man. THEATA, & TUE8D4 5-Children in E Al Lot! poice S. C. \n cockerels 1 / strain fn pundation 1 B1.50 each. Her.s for M r>avia, lrp ' lexaa. ~ or woniet] genuine ku " men, w liminatfls „ P a week [>ur spare I B, silks.—I, Mills, Noi I trade: 50 l dies north] D take nuent.—J~] trade and pay ' Calvert, le good i 111 Hock 1 Winn jet ween larris |ing six and of Ibook. Ifl'ice 3ndj lylor. I room -Mrs. taper! Si] |me to1 I ANIW IzzlM Inuull I ..f Mil enrce,. lin ceil lest it 1 I nble B® opeoifll I born L'reat lace to I the 1/1 I With 1 nil far th jnd in 1 I the if iw I en. i*< Id )quil lea IllIBU jihil Itinf1 AM MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Gi ods. Ail Work Guaranteed. Sometimes it's the other fellow's care- lessness. IfilK burning brand, flung afar by the wind, may (easily start a fire that will destroy your home. Some- lone else'-, carelessness—not your own fault—but you |l,ave to stand the loss unless you have cove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 January 1923

NEWS JANUARY 17, ! • i 0 n: Have Ever Offered, Begins WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 161!! Thousands of Dollars Worth of New Desirable Winter Merchandise Offered at Sweeping Reductions Wednesday, the 16th of January, ushers in the Greatest JANUARY CLEARANCE of our twenty-seven years. No efforts have been spared to make this event stand head and shoulders above all other similar Clearances. Thousands of dollars' worth of new, wanted and seasonable Merchandise, now marked at genuine, worth- while reductions from the regular selling price. The big price cards carrying their message of savings are to be seen all over the store, on special offerings, close out lots and all Clearance values. Preparations have been going forward with the greatest zeal for the past few weeks and this great Clear- ance message will be welcomed by thousands of thrifty people throughout Texas and Oklahoma, who each season await this January Clearance. This time more than ever we v~nt to impress you with greater values we ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 January 1923

yiNNgBOBQ WBMtlTNKWg JAWUARY n. 1m. HOW OLI) ARE YOU? Roger Babso/i Start a Checking Account We shall I"' t0 have you °P°n a Checking Ac- count at the First National Bank. We can serve you ?00(1 }l>; any hank—we believe better than moBt banks. Deposit your money as soon as you receive it. Pay all bills by check. It is surprising how much faster you can save money in the bank than in the pocket—chiefly because one does not write checks ex- cept for necessities. First National Bank Winnsboro Texas Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Lovell of Dallas visited Mr. and Mr. and' Mrs. E. R. James last week. LUMBER We carry one of the most com- pete stocks of Lumber in North- | >ast Texas and can fill your bill ill the way through, no matter whether you intend building a >arn or a fine residence. See us md our stock before you buy any- thing in the Lumber line. Scroggin-Drummond Lumber Co. kit all you need, save all you ■buy it as cheap as you can. Ish &. Carry. |v. and Mrs. W. B. Blount Jin Dal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 January 1923

JANUARY rsmm^amm MOVED TO NEW We have moved into the new building North of the Quick Fill Station. Will handle a full line of Fresh Groceries, Feed of all kinds, Cold Drinks Hamburgers, Candies, Nuts, Fruits, etc. Also will be headquar ers or Rawleigh's Remedies. Come to see us. SEAY & WHATLEY $ ng'aa: zlazu 'gaasaKM———BaasaMaa" - Chamber of Commerce in New Quarters Over Weekly News Of METHODIST CHURCH ,^r- i K baptist church AN NO L'.VCt: .VIE NT:; use CALUMET Th> Economy BAtitNQ POWDER the next time you bake —give it just one honest and fair trial. One test in your own kitchen will prove to you that there is a big difference between Calumet and any other brand—that for uniform and wholesome bak- ing it has nc equal. S.11 Uy Twt THE WORLDS GREATESTBAKING POWDEL AJi services for the week will at theii usual hours. From ^ nuinber 0f visitors fr the Winnsboro Chamh Scnool n. ets at 9: . who |iave called at the new lo- Commerce is very pq, We have a fine school, cation of the Ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 January 1923

already ers of lerce do leisure, j ■ aits you. in Th(i l< *' Presid |STER'S [inianj |>f the cow j a maift leatre IIESDAY1 I iidren 10 '6*r 4* Y«6 \oeom •net r COffl-l IsO tt| tix Fords for Kent [any time anybody any place [oodyt'ar, Fisk id Kelly Tires Hi- four years in busi- |SS has made uh capa- e of understanding the isires and needs of the I,lie. Our service sta- in is complete in every ny to satisfy your ids }ind desires, and are anxious to add iervices." )ILS, LUBRICANTS, KOK1J PARTS, ACCESSORIES finnsbso Service Station "KKNT A ford" Grocery & Feed STORE |l have bought out the I). Kennington Gro- v & Feed Store and I prepared to take je of your needs. Al- wili buy all Ribbon Inc Syrup, Sorghum hup, butter, eggs, leckled peas and hand ^kod iKiunuts. I pay highest market price Cash or Trade. Have car of farmers Union tiered—will be here in | a few days. M. Sutton CASH STORE | Inine f hat D<*a Not Affect The Head kU,V "<' laxative effect. I.AXA- lOMo yniMNE (...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 17 January 1923

1923. :i'W«S, r • I iUM WINN8BOHO WygflLTftJgWS 17,1 OWEN WESTER'S Hat Specials A large shipment of Spring Millinery just received. We do not have heavy expense in this department and we offer the great- est values you have had in January Ad- v ;nc<* Patterns and Trimmed Hat*. See them. $8.50 exceptional Hats for $5.95 Very Pretty $5.75 Hats foi $3.85 Hotter Putterns that generally sell for $12.50 and $15.00, our price $8.9<J These are January Prices to the Early 'Buyer We are glad to make any style of Hat for you very reasonable Our Spring Styles are beauties in Suede, Satin, Patent and Kid. Shoes You will find the highest class shoes in this department for $(5.95, worth $8.50. Oxfords $2.85, ${{.85 and — $4.85 llig sizes in Men's Shoes at give away prices—10-11-12. A complete stock of silk and cotton hose. -to-wear Cm 3D Spring Coats, Capes, k . 4- .* Suits, Dresses of •jjJ all kinds, Blouses Skirts This is a store where Ladies are given special attention. We have salesladie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 January 1923

*A. 7 fay SBSjJl ^vitiioc ay Here's geously jDiiitt*b&t# ffiee ferejit" ture Pit M 460| A Romance whirls tyoy he South o the heights -<ondon nd to a ''here mod as never! efore. y 10c and XlV-No I* fht Trains to Be Restored l Dane, general height llenger "gent of the L. I m Texas lines, with head- at Greenville, was in Monday and made The While here pty B a short c; Dane * " U tl,e *"°d that night passenger service over stest Hon this division |d Ik re.stored when the management assumed con- j[o stated the L. It. & N. I,[ probably take over the Lyepoi't branch of the Katy llt l i, inaugurating j;M nd passenger lee between New Orleans and restoring ! night trains. The Katy ia in the hands of the re- fer and the Uansfer of this terty cannot be made until [courts end the receivership. Js, he said, would probably Mono by the time stated. Mr. Iir als > remarked that con- arable improvements in this would he niiide, especially [t part of the road between penville and McKinney...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 January 1923

] cigarettes itiuTTT Dt. W1CRKAN TOSACCO CQ RETURNS lie re- of a INCOME It is now time for income tax returns to be Kotten ready and filed for the year's business of N* > duibt many taxpayers will have overlooked keeping proper data, and as a re ult thou task of course in filing returns will be more 01 less dif- ficult. There is very little trouble in filing income tax returns if proper bookkeeping has been done during the period covered by the returns. Those business concerns, they small or large, should alize just the importance maintaining correctly such system of books that proper data is readily assembled. It is unfortunate for any person or business that l^oper bu*!. keeping is left undone, book- keeping system in badness ami other business principles arc too much ignored by evei .> body and as a consequence not only the business suffers but direct- ly and indirectly the people have to stand the sacrifices as well as the United States Gov- ernment. The Government is rend...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 January 1923

•ten Royg ,chi,,f blackJ ,hnrn & So3 e P w w.jkTj nd toll your fhj rd) al1 ''"ids ofj {«win «"„! M standard nj t we can !ilVfc j L. S i iy |to Hunters nlbwed on ^•passera «M P- Mills. iWiffned take | I'yittfir the n |>t allow any | i lands. P. Hoi) O'Shie- filler Mitchein warned not l \ny of our in Men Tugjfle., I'.V ad is fu |e doing 80 l1'1 I' > I'S „ fling to law, J. T. HiH |hunting of) lour lands. |R. E. Mc *. 0. T. Hoi P. Snow, IEALTH in mImi tm and * BODY sick !i ills r. v • rm Service m w r-v NEWS yr9*wwflr09v44r JANUARY 18, 1928 ... —— *«e« • ~ ■+**> ^,.,-vic(■ tin First National Hank render* is of the L|,.sl and .i. satisfactory character. We seek to ,x. every'i11'. ,,ot on,v a saft' P,ace in which L |, ti ii «1,(1 • ,,ut in the character of a busi- liit-nd. V 'e are glad to place our services and culities at your command by mail or in person. „v wu hear from you ? First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas i edelweiss club junior harmony Mrs. J. K~~South' rland wJ C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 January 1923

fi2i }' b X ■ It. WINNAIIORO WpEXLY NJSWS JANUARY 17, ■ - " ** ~±m, + n 1923. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JANU/RY AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT hoalth and energy, can make a living and to spare lo those who do not produce .without a cotton seed on his Agricultural prosperity, which is basis of all other pros- perity, is not stored in big cot- ton warehouses, but in the humble corn crib, hay rick, smoke house, potato houses, Letter From E. C. Mitchell. To The News: Who keep the camp fires puniched up to give light Mid a glowing warmth to this cold and dark world? I hark to you, and beg for the sake of Kate and the child- ren, to turn a deaf ear to this all-cotton theory now trying to j pea rooms and hog pens. In a be planted in the minds of the nut shell, no man nor commun- men who wear overalls and sla- ity of men will ever prosper hflize civilization. I d n't neglecting to produce what we know where this worse thnr| call a living and devoting him- German propaganda got its or-j self to the rai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 January 1923

OOli Quality Stick to ^QiVl its and expensiv • fcakii • Price t NG P( * in ;i llealUtyl ibkit wlfh Wing h bdlcttet px*U e or leu stomd rc>s if' i. i tonic ( *kl will enrich j .(UH) Art rmG shell iy fctn hr wp'ir,8, | nil. Tssn thtl ts JSt u food i of th# i |C9 Nei lood ni| Jp «y Ifrotn h if ftf J to Id Dr. lalldnf* 111 I ability,) lien of j the i Ins of | tea ivw |uine mtfI WINNSBOROWEEKLY NEWfif JANUARY 1« itum HiV- •- I THE UNIVERSAL CAR | A, t •' £ f.T INTERESTING FACTS 105,799 Ford Cars and Trucks Retailed in December Appoximately the same number sched- uled for delivery this month What Does This Mean? This volume of deliveries to actual cwr.eis is unpre- cedented for this time of the year- It has taxed the manufacturing carecity of the Ford plants working at full capacity- It indicates a volume of business durirg the ispidly approaching months of "heavy demand" which will be far beyond the maximum production schedule which the Ford Motor Company has set— And that means a For...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 January 1923

1 itllllllMMlM'lll!!' ' r/ eS LOW INTRODUCTORY shoe prices "Day by day,, in every way, our store is growing better •< IM- M L w*m s"wr!r* y * BEAUTIFUL LINE OF LADIES' AND MISSES' LOW CUTS JUST RECEIVED Ladies Patent one strap slippers, low rubber tipp heel, introductory price only $3.45 Indies brown Kid one strap slipper, low rubber tip heel, introductory price $3.45 I.adieu brown Kid 3 strap slipper, low rubber tip hv«i, introductory price $3.45 Ladies black Kid Oxford rubber tip military heel introductory only $.'1.4! Ladies black Kid Oxford rubber tip military heel introductory only $3.45 Ladies Brown Kid Oxford rubber tip military heel, Introductory price only _. $3.45 Ladies patent 2 strap slipper, rubber military heel, Introductory price only $1.45 Ladies black kid 2 strap slipper, rub- ber tip military heel, introductoir price $1.45 Ladies mahogany kid 1 strap pump, low rubber tip heels, Introductory price $8.95 Ladies black kid 2 strap slipper, low rubber tip heels, intr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 January 1923

[Robert SHOE Sum. 0 sm w [iid 0 an us- and Ml urbto® , Culull j (d, to- i tr«n«U- il then 1 will be |r bottls 1 WINNSBORO WEEKLY N BWB JANUARY 18, 1928 ;i I! Too Much Competition j « " % R • *-,' u ■ -'A;i:.'# o, ,15'" .vil ,-rii 'i '% „ Cv • ;;.i j .1 ' fj i ~r"Tgu' >' ' ' •"'1 "fd'.'J.** W*fn "s,^ "k y lpsj, |V k.JSj#"® c L® -J «•?>>£? ;|ii $rm, 'u W . * j. . ' ** q TO Ewgg V ' •.a-V £ "• •: HI TAXATION LUAICM ROO/^\ WMJi .i «.S MAIV(V«4'MI Ml v -JS/" '•fe t —-1 _•"> make money jam Lincoln split rails in the i'orest find after r'g work would walk i borrow a book that hi improve himself. It is at George Washington uestioned by his moth- why he studied so late |t, replied that he was \ out the destiny of his and he did. idly all ■ uinjr people ire desirou of gaining tical eduction, but for v n or another many of innot leave home to se- so they drag from one the next in the same "Quitters." There are Is of others who can- hid our school in per- | who have put their dly on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 18 January 1923

jpre&ft a* WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JAWU/8V H. 1'*_ — notice: ! We will handle 16 per cent. Acid Phosphate this year but will not handle Commercial Fertilizer. % The price on first-class Phos- phate will be $1.25 Per Sack Yo ar patronage will b? appre- ciated. King tot-1 King I Blk k Can Survey V«1 f'OO, tax 9MM. Newiome, T. M. 16 A Sur Val $1126 Per *600, val $1626, tax $10 66. /Newt>o;ne & Gr y 36 A Sur $ir,00. tax $9 75. Pear), t. K L t 11-12 J.4 Val $1600, t >x $9.75. . Wylie Ptte'te 1-2 A King sur $100 per $E0, total $150 tax : $.97. I PhiHij i S. L. 10 1-2 A | Brown Sur Va' $15(K> Per $1500 Per $5f), total $1550, tax $1007. Purierfidi, G. M. 2 A King Val $1C0) Per $85; total $1585 tax $10.30. Pa "ney, W. F. 1 A King Sur '.'al $jro rer $290, total $940, tax $6.11. Ragan, Spencer 32x78 Ft 'iing Sur $100, tax $.65. Ree*>, C. T. 1-8 A King Val $800, tax $5.20. Renshaw, Flem 1-4 A Kjnj? Sur Val $200, tax $1.30. Reynolds, J. 1J. 1 A King .Sur Val $500, Ux $3.25. aS&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 January 1923

ividHon [• U* Orient j 'winiont,, 'fecKage.' i fi 111 an „ federal and; laws are _ >rient road 1 M ? If 5 est operate ■ |vil law of j jy not ail fioji of the | _ ti;inspor| Ipled the 0 p'pple all btenant <,'ovd J tnat our J Insjxjrtatioft I1"' loads; oest sorvedl 1 our ord , e opinion or the go poder. lrciniy to T°n a iijfht] b'K.\ ana to, Iving of the] th it it ^ It we feel It sh lUIti 1 Federal ft:-., O!' ;ill SU! iil iM-J I Inant govel the lap of J men ourf |at it mighj financial juld now phip, even I grains] way] believe aided for railway Stat' owj Jeve, as a | |tli;il any /on trolled l>e penni I lycd by Isincss ml I'm .livid Iocs into I :'ase to (become, i Ion witl fs, |( as all i biased, | that It or fui« govejri |cr< ial N(j UJB met liss P games in wk won Insistent | Earl J fVcthod Ivery fa' Ir, after J Helicio lived liuch oyl |Repor1 ley hai| lusinesij h C. W1 I Winn r6 M lone oil It he ent in' Ih ere WA') f/h J? ( /, f < Wl / /A/. "7 lA/ *> - i- iw. ■ i' 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 January 1923

*•* 1923. 10 low WINNl^RO vJANUARY 25, 1928. rrr--'. „ Interesting Facta About OUR FLA IN I'hllailplphln th >r< 1* h llttlo liotw iieittllnp 'noatlt lowerlntf Bkj'wra|M>rs wtilch Is owhw! by thr Aitieri can who ikhikik It dome ymri ajto and who today rari'ftilly guiirri It ugalnnt il ' d anger* of llr« and atorin. Tlu> oltUenn In Philadelphia take patriotic jirltle In protwtlna ll f«>r you and nie. II was onro tlio home of HifUy WHhln Ith walla our fliitf wim horn. Our flag—did you over contemplate It? A lltlie Km;llsli xlrl who lived in Lonthm many years ago an<l •who later came to this better country and became a very uaeful citizen, uaed to tell how with Iter nursw nhc used to walk along the hank of the Thames and <>i the many ships there look Upon the Hags of the world. Flie knew not where they came from nor what tliolr colon meant, hut for design and color she early chose the American flni . not knowing that someday It waiiM ix> her own, as thfe prett...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 January 1923

N* Meal «> 1 °l "rm i a* If1?,* thf >0h fir* 'SliOlL ;" 1*5 ,aa >ntb!iie& >IN(;iNG lin'i singinjl Sunday af. are in\it- lure to take; It Sale. Ity of Wood I le of ali- as trus- fintod in a! I i '. r J ded 1" ' ■ > (( l'(| TikkI I Dill), j |aad deliv- 7th day of B. Hob- Roberts, j the pay sory notes I ai e for each and sum of eing more! |d flood of cuted by ami An- I'espoctive- epl. 15th, (; 115th I bt beMM Utility at] |t I r an- J ' of I .. i i i > I", at | I rs St, I , * 1 pnym$ lonal due I f Hie . .nicy. I Win. 'oinpany I of said ; 1. Kob- I" . have I 'lit of] liMic are] niow a%' 1 interest I sum of I I > npon ] |\Vm. R.| a ny to I'll offer | legal: : Be- o'clock j M., at |i;U,'llPSt -;day of to same 1 month, in the j Wood III owing Tit: cart or Wood ling * I |Espa^ j n, and j 35 A led by flows: cor- | l)l*S S 1 59 It 327, Inor-1 Irs to thence j cor-; I being Ideed- j |k. f- Decl i. i•! 1, th« " with j ap- art the j . V- 0 14/ • r 7* *r 7. WINNSBORQ WEEK? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 January 1923

WM m IB lO99 nmivl *l"&sSoft0*wi?^^KKW« JANUARY & 1928_ f inpsboro Weekly News Honwr R. Wrir, Editor fl.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE r-rv. •« Entered as second-clauh mat- ter, Sejflwn iber 24, 1909, at the AUTOMOBILE HERE TO STAY AIRPLANES TO LOCATE LAKES Foolish to Comoro It to Popular "Craaea" That Merely h: > n d for a Time. "If the autoinoltllu cMae contlnuee," queried a Man Who Levi" to Talk, "what will we do for routfn for the car* to ruu nut Juet now all U fl Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY W. M. PIERSON Attorney and Counselor at Law Suites 311-312 and 313 3rd. Floor Slaughter Building, Dallas, Texas. Special attention to business of non-residents. postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, main rondo around tli** city are ".nod Under the act of March 3, 1879. to cupucity on nice suuduya, umi <t u — I couiiiion knowledge flint down-town atrcctH are ho Juuiin>>d ut tiwea that it tunn can walk on tlte sidewalk faster1 than a car can travel I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 January 1923

\mry 192} J year, 0 -V011 *;!n| I year?. Itjl jToxas on j ;r P'utiuetioj lis in grcdief Khan wt' have |mvw< r a« t„ People who PHh and ft way. buckeye I All art nude it po«. j [earn of (he ~ your htm |>« you need incubator. |°n. If yoo we will Ins ater- !F' < M art** Ian iffor' Vy THtt f.. alter J ItngtaMk | Kcnyo* * trade )dgen. r? W*:WmWi -ffEBT 7 i 'JErfrP —u- A BIG HOG MERIDIAN FERTILIZER 7^1 ■ ^ INI Do It Now What money have you got on hand? Mighty little? Then the less you have the more reason there is for you to begin to accumulate money. Take whatever you may have on hand—even if it is only $1.00. Bring or send it to the First National Bank _not tomorrow or the next day, or the day after—but NOW—just right now. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas mm JUST ARRIVED « Our New Snring and Summer Samples Several Patterns Ranging from $20 to$ 30 Wade Weatherby Cleaning Phone 287 Pressing Sam Taylor was u caller at^ rr_ t . .... . The News office this morning lf) ° , ?t/arm...

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