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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 October 1920

Vv. VOTE AND WORK FOR THE SCHOOL AMENDMENT U ON NOVEMBER 2ND. ■ I I ir w II m • Annl- Webb Blanton Sta'« Superintendent of Pu'>''c laetruetlon ) NSEO OF MANY WORKERS. !t le when we try to Inform the Mopfe of Te&as as to the merits of any mensure ihnt «r reall.e that Tet « It not really * mate- It I* an < mplre. Compare the Uone Star State, with It* 25it couhtle*. with It* ivelghbor Oklahoma, which ha* 77 countlwt. or with tiny Delaware. has thrcf It noon becomes obvious that to rive adequate pub lirty to CTen the moat merltorous inenstiVe, an army of workers I* kkMOA W'hen we rpmpmVr. fur**er. that the general attitude In Texns has he*n to v> against r->n«*'tu"onai an; nJments. we realize that, the Patriotic cltliens of Texas mutt (to out Inlo the highways and byways to arouse the necessary entbu«la n for the educational amendment to nake It the notable exception to the ml* Its friends all predict II will prove to be. NATURE Or THE AMENDMENT. Texas now has a district...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 October 1920

Foi. Ml. NO. 10. * f - 1 WINNSBORO. WOOD COUNTY, TKXAS. (KTOBKIi 2!., 1920. $1.2- PER Yr \R tnw^Some venHor'PlTon sa'™?r t;rla,('e' somd 'an(l> 25> 5,) an(l 65-acre tracts, good location, possession L nl to sell "fii 7" i iH, sa'e- Would buy some .second-hand cars at bargain prices. Prices are down, liitomohilp -C«r•• li, «!i • 'u. • ^ Everything else in proportion. A large stock of tires and tubesand p 'l(Jg at the right priccs. Don't buy Until you see us. We can save you money. T. S. STEED._ 11 The Old Reliable First National Bank standing on the same cor- ner where it has been for twenty years, a safe custo- dian of your money Invites Your Account Large or Small Capital and Surplus $300,000 First National Bank W INNSBOno TEX A S Double Daily Service Commencing next Monday, The Wednesday Club _ Mrs. T. S. Steed was hostess Nov, 1st, the Wisnsboro & Gil- to the Wednesday club on the ;mer railroad, the "Motor Line," afternoon of "Oct. 20. Our lesson will establish a double...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 October 1920

pw I .I,*! ij I ' " ' ' I PWHJWft ' \ Ji M 1 Ti/L rc <r The League of Nations: That is the Issue ! • Democracy is Challenged by Republicanism ■ <rM": y m w. I I I I * il 101 i I c m§. 4 U x k Q 3T fV 1*1 ' -fe—; 5S Mr. Cummins in his keynote address in the Democratic Con- vention at San Francisco, de- fined the Republican contention in this one sentence: "There is nothing wrong with the League of Nations except it was negotiated by a Democratic President." That sentence meas- ured the opposition of the standpatter as truly as the twelve inch guage can measure a foot. Then there are a few others whose opposition to the League could very accurately lie measured by one word, "Be- cause." November 2 is to be a great day. Are you ready for that day? Are you quite sure you are prepared to acquit yourself like a manly man; willing to have your deportment recorded so that all |)eople henceforth and forever may judge you? Certainly it is be expected that those Democrats who went into t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 October 1920

TTRACTIVE PRICES (CLASSIFIED ON el and winter goods ROOMERS WANTED—T w o young men preferred; nice room, close in. Reasonable rates. Apply at) this office. CONSISTING OF and Boy's Clothing, Odd Pants, Underwear, Shirts and Sweaters Special values in' Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Blouses and Waists. FOR SA LE—One broad tire Peter Schuttler wagon, good a« new, at a bargain. Gene Mat- tox. FOR RENT—Good house and 44 acres of good pasture, 2'/& miles west of Winnsboro. Will rent until January 1st at $8 per month and will take same in I work. See Baxter Brown. tr• New Shapes and Colors in Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps. New Line of Overcoats and Raincoats Overalls and Jumpers, Trunks and Suit Cases At Reasonable Prices FOR RENT—One furnished room. Mrs. C. V. Weir. FOR SALE—One large quarter- sawed ink roll top desk and chair for sale. Also some regis- tered Duroc Jersey pigs. Phone 414. FOR RENT—One furnished room. Apply at this office. | —■ FOR SALE—828 acres oil leases, in small ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 October 1920

■ . \ j I Wionsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor $1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered as second-class niat-| ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Wiunsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3,1879. Advertising rates made known an i ndication. PI RUSHED EVERY FRIDAY Wood County Democracy [hundred different si li i G ( oimfn A<Kr«ttim| Kepre THf .MFJUCAN PRESS ASSOCIATION. /hoJfliTol© Killing Is ZB7ostigatad this League ot Nation*. I am irank to say that <tir or nf us km would be compbft' w&re it not for the fact tha; tHese conspirators soon disa greed among therm elves. Ex President Talt, a Republican lo came out for the league. Sentt on tor Johnson, a Republican, came and out just as strongly against an- kind of League. Murray Crane Hhc of the Boss fame, favored i ination of Senator Harding who j,e has announced thirteen differ- ent positions on the league of vain en ITS THE KNOCK TM Off SEASON NOW - I write to respeefcu ly urge iihe importance of every Demo- crat, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 October 1920

—-~_T . Throughout the Store I lelpful—Investigate! S big store has been thoroughly adjusted to meet the demands of the family who |H .supply their needs in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, etc. for the winter season. An elligent investigation and comparison of quality and price will reveal genuine savings wanted, dependable merchandise. Investigate. Boys' Suits *9.85 feature one lot of boy's De- Idnltlc Suits consisting of plain Ix'lted models in fancy, worsted and ens- ures, complete run of wanted sizes. Well He, cut full, made to give the very l>e.st ervice. Unmatchable values at our prices, Suits |'s All-Wool Suits, new model?* Boys' patterns for fall and winter $12.50 lining, best tailoring; very appropriate lull purpose wear. These Suits are won- jful values at our price, $l£.50. Mens' Staple Hats J lines of Men's Staple Ilats in £\j- lk and light shades, broad and high crowns and medium brims low crowns. We are offering unusual in these Hats at our price of $3.95 Mens' Novelty ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 October 1920

. tl MM I ia ■) II \\ m % v i \ { H« Coming Man Your boy needs an abundance of nourish- ing food to build up the body and sustain it in fullest vigor. SCOTT'S EMULSION should be given to your boy every day during the trying school4erm. Your boy will thank you for Scott's Emulsion when he becomes a man. Scott ft Howne. Bloom fir Id JN J. *>-63 GOMPERS URGES 'REPUBLICANS AND l, " LEAGUE SUPPORT ^ FARM r.l U 4 r , . _ 9A "During the eighteen tnonthsj sw2T-r2r3 tri-ar-sis ' American Feder- a'HW of Labor, would hay u,- {■ • I, on the I'1'1"™« es. Committees on Agriculture n i1H rrs: ?§!<.,henvr„" — f£S£ '&s£J& Hon had unanimously voted an hjw^ J** ^£ I endorsement of the league an * n,ev .c"1 f? J reduced aj quoting in full the rreamlle arc propriations that were nece «. nine points of the covenant's [>* to reserve the livestock o. labor section. Mr. Gompers ur- th« ™anty. ,Thev 1 ed American wo hers should [,rov,de "^equate appropnat. •>, support the league because i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 October 1920

FORD trade mark Farm Tractor r°. r'° | T,!l" r Ty^ly el8e f° ^ lt For thirty-five years he worked on Ibis Fordson Tractor. ..c kept buying land until he had something like eight thousand ^crr; in °™('r that he r- !''ht get a variety of soil conditions containing the plowing probl'r i'" that meet the farmers of the world, and then the Fordson Tractor was put to Work and made to take all soils of practical tests for years before Mr. Ford put in on |he market. And, therefore, when it came on the market, it was right, it was reliable, it would |jn the work he said it would do. People have Is.ujrht it, have tried it out, have tested it, ,n,l it has proven to be all that Mr. Ford claims it to be. and this is why that while arm Tractors have been on the American market more than twenty years and while href hundred thousand have been sold one hundred thousand of that three hundred housand are Fordson Tractors, and yet the Ford son has only been on the market two rears. It has sold rapidly b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 October 1920

V] r'i) 11 LS (s<t \ ' ^ i i i 3 i i fvflf — Agricultual Items it is noticeable in our town. This I wouid think is on« of the fundamental principles of a LBERT90W HERE IY B. L DAVI* _ Hon. J. G. Culbertson candl- ' handling the price of c^twi. I: ^te for governor on the i^pub- is the farmer's product and it jjcan ticket, spoke to a ?"f>d . ... „u.Ki+u *s only hoped that he will get gixed audieme *t the Qn «t In looking over the exhibits th<? farmt./h pria> for it theatre Wednesday n/ht. at Dallas I fee! that Wocd coun- Among his hearers wer« -<• ci- ty has been sleeping on her j ^ very grateful to the al democrats. He is said na\ e rights for I feel that the exhi- oeople who let me have their.made a good talk. bit that Wood county had at the -tuff to pat on exhibit at Pitts-1 Tyler Fair would have made a *>urg. I fee! that we are eoirg1 The Woman's Mission: f So- creditabk slofc.ng at ihe Sute.tn -< * out with *'*A co!or*- <*ty of the Sulohur ft r Va district...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 November 1920

XII, 11. — WIWMOBQ, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. NOVK,Ml:l $1.25 PER YEAK low Some vendo^Fl^n Sa^*?r ^aue' some 'an<*' ^ 50 an(* ^5-acrt tracts, good location, possession W want to sell $1 r ff Sa!e' v i ?~ £uy some second-hand cars at bargain prices. Prices are down, litomobile acce<-3ori#>s it t uf u Jee ■ * Everything else in proportion. A large stock of tires and tubesand E^m^gjjlj£9g±^g^jt_the right prices. Don't buy until you see us. We can save you money. T. S. STEED. The Old Reliable First National Bank standing on the same cor- ner where it has been for twenty years, a safe custo- dian of your money Invites Your Account Large or Small Capital and Surplus $300,000 First National Bank WINN8BORO TEX A S Hopkins Store at Como Burned Late Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Adkins detecting an odor of burning cotton investigated and found some cotton quilts which were stacked on the counter to be on Are, evidently set on flro unintentionally by some passing cigar smoker. The quilts were put ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 November 1920

w .1 \ it; ■ 0^ V / Sale Prices on Yellow Tags mm SALE BEGINS e THURSDAY. NOVEMBER Those Money Savii Y ellow Ts $35 TO BE THERE'S A REASON BEHIND IT—JUST AS THERE'S A REASON BEHIND EVERY MERCHANDISE MOVE MADE AT THIS STORE. THIS IS THE REASON- WITH THE PRICE OF COTTON LOW, WE DESIRE TO PROTECT OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS BY REDUCING OUR PRICES TO CONFORM WITH THE PRICE OF COTTON WE INTEND TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS OUR PROFITS. ALSO. THE SENIOR MEMBER OF OUR FIRM. R. E. SKEEN, BECAUSE OF HIS LIVING IN CALIFORNIA. HAS DECIDED TO CLOSE OUT HIS INTERESTS HERE THIS PARTNERSHIP MUST BF DISSOLVED AND THE STOCK SOLD. FOR SIXTY DAYS THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE. "NOT JUNK" WILL BE SOLD AT ACTUAL WHOLESALE COST. THOUSANDS OF ITEMS' WILL BE SOLD BELOW WHOLESALE COST. REGARDLESS OF PRICE, IT ALL GOES. WITH THE FIVE COLDEST MONTHS OF THIS YEAR AHEAD OF YOl, TfflH MONEY SAVING EVENT PRESENTS AN OPPORTUNITY OF ECONOMIZING TO A MARKED DEGREE. THE REPUTATION OF THIS ESTABLISHED FIR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 November 1920

IDACHE, fER TROUBLE It He Bat Mwli. fudy Erer U«dL Say* [ Only Medicine She i Her Children. rtlliip. Ark.—In telling of f "Ub Tbedford's Black Lottl.- Kills, R. F. D. No. ' Said: "I used Black- , * laxative, also for head- j ||v i nil Indigestion. It fUv,,r mnllelno I haft eyer I tie only medicine I give It It hns paved me a lot In II* for when the children Jfwlltir bad or have a cold, |t! 11 a pood <!o:if of Block- V u k« 1 all rlRht. ■ clean* the liver and clears |D mfl thc> are soon out, 1 wouldn't bo without It , Egm of successful use has tdford* niack-Dra ught a )a«chj!d remedy. Every rv family, needs, at Itencflt that Black-Draught ■jplng to f I range the system Kent or relieve the troubles ■from constipation, Indlges- iuT liver. Tw«ll, your Btomach, llrer j must be In naod working I help keep them that way, ■anal doses of Thedford's kbt Thousands of homes Jrltbout It. ■by all druggists. holne has the name. Ion the label Insist on get- lou ask for. & n Littlefield Ij...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 November 1920

w wm 11 S fii M.! PI > i SSP . ft \W IW Uj' Iv>! \i j MP Uc v* t I <■* px3i Throughout the Store-Investiga' If you are interested in economy every item in this big store will be of vital interest to you. Radical reduc- tions coupled with special purchases bought at rock bottom prices enables us to offer good seasonable, depend- able merchandise at very small prices. Every department here features values out of the ordinary, whether it be Ready-to-Wear, Clothing, Shoes, Yard Goods or what-not. You will find it here, representing the great- est possible value for the smallest possible price. A tour of thisbig store will prove profitable always. Invesiigatt Women's Fall Suits PRESENT STYLE. QUALITY AND VALUE AT MODERATE PRICES $39.50to $59.50 Women's Suits fashioned of warm woolen materials are found here in a great vauety of the scion's most wanted styles. Tricotine, Se ';c and Velour are largely represented, '.he splendid workmanship, the details of inishing, the perfect fit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 November 1920

— , (( OUR GOODS ARE GRAND NEW NO OLD STOCK Been in Business Just One Year Meet Anyone's Prices on Anything. Try Us and Be Convinced JSKUS CAMPBELL'S BR FIVE EVERYTHING wisboro Weekly News fcmer R. Weir, Editor 1 Methodists, come out to Sun-' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nelson re- From the Mt. Vernon Herald | AQ\|C|L|t dav School Sunday. Line up for turned last week from a two we learn that Rev. Chas. A. VWLHOO ir.su, the new church year. months stay in Missouri. Loveless has resigned as paslo; a Rural Telephone Patron- loveless ucib nsBi|iicu an iwiiui i I am forced to call on y<r ve- rnier K. weir, Miwr ^ I of the Baptist church at Mt. pay your telephone accooi -—— , * 1 Mrs. John Hardaway and son, Men's Safe Brand Union Vernon and accepted charge of not paid by November 15 wBft A YEAR IN ADVANCE. LOST—Will the person who jewej were here from Leesburg made overalls for $1.95. Per- a Baptist church in Shreveporc. discontinue line. Respectful picked up hair brush in front ,„af ,.,„w kini, K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 November 1920

I * ft n iJ * B 1 V h. ^ ut wv 'p M V X* $1 I \o *< \ «C ilvf n i yf 1 i ! ii., \. TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: i There was never a time in the history of this world that reverses did not follow advances, so, probably all of you are acquainted with the decline of dry goods. We are going to be the first to cheerfully reduce our prices and unload our stock at mark- et values, thereby, take our losses all in a li^np, as well as help our customers reduce the high cost of living. Men's Overalls and Pants Best Grade Overalls $1.95 Good line of Dross and Work Pants Cheap Men's Suits at a Real Bargain Men's and Ladies' Underwear Ladies' Ribbed Vest and Pants, per garment 50c Ladies' Heavy Unio^ Suits, each $2 Men's heavy Under- shirts and slips, each $1 Men's, Ladies and Children's Hose Children's Ribbed Hose 15c to 65c Ladies' Black Hose 20c to $1 Men's Cotton Hose 20c to 60c LOOK READ STAPLES Daisy CCL Brown |<v Sheeting, 10-4, Domestic, Heavy . . .It/ , bleached . . . Bleach Cotto...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 November 1920

mM n iV*-" •iVJ > fW, ! RECOGNITION OF HARD ME S! Notice of Spedal Election [oney is Scarce. We are Offering Some Bargains to Get the Money. . Tires and Tubes Tires ....$ 7.90 30x3'/i Tubes, Fisk, every tube |$y4 Tires, 7000 miles 14.90 guaranteed v ...... 30x3 TuIm s, 2.40 ' * Other sizes in proportion. Accessories u- •.,r St.*, 2.95 .1 |rd springs lantic Springs Lid Patch, 75c size Idintor Cement, 75c size - ■>111*11 arisen 2.95 Mud Chains ..-.,,:..£..i..?\£56 4.95 Ford Wheels * .43 Champion X Plugs '■ .80. .55 Corroce .5* .55 Porcelains 9.50 Rain Shields for Fords ... .90 13.50 Cup Grease, small 20 6.00 Cup Grease, large 90 . — WINNSBORO GETS MEXICO IS NEAR' % I NEW M. E. PASTOR I Whereas, the City Council of ■" Washington, Oct. 80.—Sec re- the City of Wmnboro, Tex at on The North Texas Conference tary of State Cotyjy intimated the 27t/t day of October, A. D. in session appointed Rev. W. C. today that recognition-^ the 1920, by its resolution passed Howell to be pastor of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 November 1920

jl «tat«iuciH of our year's j WMrk, eliding Ocl. lit, 1920: / Presidents re|x rt of the aduU JiiwMuuai.v Society, Winnabor** Auxiliary, Suipiiui Springs Dis- sert, given ui llf" quarterly •uutercnce: 'JUtafinniiiK of year Oct. let, epubiicans Win all But SoIidSouth HAYK PRICE OF COTTON TOO HIGH New York, Nov. 3.—At o'clock lliih morning, with ac- tuul return.' fur from complete, liuruing was certain of 27b votes in the Electorul College totsl**numlisr gl menibeii the following States | Connecticut, Delaware, ifecuiid quarter, v 11)20, new IUinoiii, Iowa, Kansas Maine Ui[| Ml | r yj Nebraska, New Hampshire, New ^subscribers to Missionary Jersey, New \ oik, Ohio, Oregon ym>ri. jy Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Jtyc observed week of prayer. Vermont, Washington, W iscon- ce presented Christian Stew- 31 ?• Massachusetts and Wyo- mm}?. States from which returns $155.70 t°° "ieuge> to justifv ec- llioirt'iitually placing them in either g 54 the Harding or Cox column were Financial iijid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 November 1920

Vfl : JiJ n s«i ,etl WINNSBORO, WOOD CO mmmmiukk i lou xii, 12. in??* ~' "Je' D?dge Car<- For sale or trade bOIllt 'lpn nnfoc f™. „„1„ m , , ,Ue' . TEXAS NOVEMBER 12, 1920 $1.25 PER YEAR uw. oumt "q?j'ien nofpo fnr. coiQ fir VST"' s^me ^an(J, 25, 50 and 65-acre tracts, good location, possession fe want to sell. ^*5 bucket fnffpp oc™Uy s<?Ee s^ond-hand cars at bargain prices. Prices are down, utomobile accessories at the richtc n Everything else in proportion. A large stock of tires and tubesand f- — Siai_cneright prices. Don't buy uritil yt>u see us. We can save you money. T. S. STEED. The Old Reliable First National Bank standing on the same cor- ner where it has been for twenty years, a safe custo- dian of your money Invites Your Account Large or Small Capital and Surplus $300,000 First National Bank The Wednesday Club The Wednesday Club with Miss Una Cassel on met No- first DRY SPELL FELT IN CHICAGO vemlior ft a j" — Tffl Chicago, III., Nov. 7.—Chicago vember 3rd, this b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 November 1920

J w I I ; II i m 11 ■ ■ HH ■: t; ff-v-. '' 3 i * if* < I VO fa : ^ M i 11 i Ym Da W«rk. oM af avarytkint ) in * d caadiiioa 1 Mood Uw * PMi Needle in C«if «T Lt« Mrs. J. M. Luker. who has re- cently undergone several opera- SStoJT ^ J1*™* SX.™^ P H. Sande CORPORATION TO 1<G RKvDY JAM.l * New Orleiu 1*110 it teprovM tb« ap^rcitf. yaa will appreciate its tree non*" rata*. GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TO*'C is not a ; jt at rrvsdifine. it is atayl) Ip<)>: atx! 0'. rVTVE suspended ir Syrac. So ^nun • ven cluV%r«n hat it. IT M <1 -eed Qi nti* to Pmfjit and IM to Fr.--.ch it. "he* rehabi*- tonic pr.-p- «r . 'i never fa:! to driva out itnpuritim ir tti • bVwd. T .Sfe- j i-Oaatlnil Povw >t GRAVE'S TASTELiSS CTwB T0H1C iuu nw 4e : thj favorite lc. .c in ibcaaanda of hcr.K? lion «;.*n thirty-live year* i, .. foi-. W.VJ I r • • r :< nl dauaee t get GROVFS TASTUXSS th.U iGMC when a member cf theLr family hac of day. ar>d yea can get it fhxu any iru? 80c per bottie. tated from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 November 1920

' I' I id J- r turner! BIG DAYLIGHT S*V!M6 S | «) ft fES OYSTERS 1 Men s Clothing Over 300 suits, all colors, must be sold during our sale. We are making such attractive prices they will sell. Any in this lot 1-3 off from regular price. . Boy's Clothing 2 in 1, reinforced elbow and seat, every seam in coat and pants taped or double - stitched. Pony Boy suits are guaranteed to satisfy. 1-3 off on any [suits in this lot. Men's Union Suits I _i _ F.vtra heavy, regular price $ 1.40. E ra heavy rain coat ien 1-3 off. l adies' [on • all colors. I •' o * •e from 810 to W off <• • h sn:t, a ! •. i > i before /> i lave a big lot of ladies' cloaks. About 200 cloa [-3 off on all cloaks. A high class rm>rchand!i ton't fail to s?e oar ready-to-wear before purch r)R your coat suit or cloak. We can save ; honey. Ladies' rain coats. A nice rain coat (very lady 1-3 off. Ladies' Underwear /eliastic Ribbed Fieece Underwear for every m* ler of the family. Regular price $_.7o, sale p) (1.40....

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