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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 January 1923

row bEQ < ^ tariff of 90c per bushel. .vjKICUL'I'URAL DEPARTMENT FERTILIZING A few suggestions on ferti- liser and what it will do when properly applied. If there is any one thing about farming that 1 have giv- en more thought to than oth- ers, it is the commercial fer- tilizer and its use, yet I want to confess that 1 am not at all by the use of fertilizer with 10 to 15 acres of cotton that he would probably work with a possibility of course of greatly increasing this? Terracing Our Soils No farm paper, and not many issues of our daily pap- ers, fail to note the progress satisfied with niv -knowledge oil! ot different sections and oom- this in knowing just what to mumties are making in terrac- use and how to use it, econ m- ing their lands Nearly all ically and vet get best results, i county agents throughout the For this reason I am this State are reporting thai they spring taking it up with the|^a having calls for terracing A & M College and noticing that would keep them b...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 January 1923

:ai «nd 30th 1H ■7 firs! pair. MLLSl lhabit* o Irieitul Iv, the If our I mer- our of liinw V 14/ Pa W1NN8BORO WBKRLf NBWy^miTUKl Starv ers & Co.! Jest" Y0l 'jen.l uitG Nation l. B H will lope-ate at P tt«- Ibflrg January 26 to [February 10. £2LaW in pfiT- 1«5 Station -will operate at 1 Pitts- burg January 26 to February 10. TUNE IN FOR THE BIG NEWS Mig-rtya/U1Uil1 +a'e ^af ^le People of Northeast Texas have learned to wait fc quality at GREATLY REDUCE!)1 PRICEs! ^6 g' Shoe8' Hats an(J Men's Furni9hii KS of / fogram Begins Promptly at" Ida. m. Friday, January 26 JEaJs Saturday, February 10 many friends throughout Northeast L will remember the Big Gusher Sale Md lust February when we gave them bargains in their time of need. We tHerided to make this an Annual Event beginning Friday, January 26 we will Lin throw open our doors to the good Lie of Northeast Texas to the greatest joitment of real bargains ever offered rm since our big sale of a year ago. |e merchandise i" this Big Bro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 25 January 1923

1W3. ta , 1928 n*"' STARTING 1923 WITH A ROUSING bALE AN SPECIAL SHOWING OF ADVANCED SPRING MERCHANDIS 1923 is to Be a Year of "Quick Action" With T.B.Turner & Son One must be on his toes to be alert to the opportunities of the New Year... After invoicing we found w had too much stock in various de- partments and to be able to work on the efficient basis we have resolved for 1923 we must reduce certain stocks considerably. We therefore offer Unusual Sale Prices on Hundreds of Items At the slime time we haxe already assembled AN EXCEPTIONAL DISPLAY OF ADVANC- ED SPUING MERCHANDISE. The Clever Mil- linery—and so reasonable—The Beautiful Taffe- ta vnd Canton Dresses, Spring Coats; very niftv Spring Suits, New Dress Goods, Trimmings and Novelties. Our expenses hove b.en reduced. Our stocks are better. V, e are ; your needs closely. We r.re ready for "Quick Action" for I92.'l Take advantage oi this Sale to start the year i ight. Be one of our Good Customers. We promise Best Service—L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 February 1923

V \Nl tliittnahoro in WMiMI . , v.- i IS ?s in a represen. dtog us ei. $9.75, Last to, our (x. XIV.—NO, 20 [ricultural Fair Ass'n Organized Saturday WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 1, 1923. FREE MAIL DELIVERY PIONEER AND WAR IN WINNSflORO VETERAN DIED ,SUNDAY Winnsboro Agricultural hs pretty lot of seed as you ev- Association having for its or looked at. the encouragement andj Thanking you for this busi jjon of th« pure hied ness and wishing you success live stock and agricul- with the seed, we are, industry and to co-oper- Very truly yours, with the farmers and us- Watson Seed Farms, ' toward By Ferris D. Watson. profitable Head this clipping from last week s Mineola Monitor rela- tive to Acala cotton seed. . W. B. Dickson, local cotton irday aIlert,MM"1, buyer, last week purchased $1.25 PER YEAR 1 am in receipt of seveial let- ters from the 1* list Assistant l'ostmaster General concerning I hi the movement and more linir in this trade territory [organized at the Chamber om...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 February 1923

news february 1, 1929- Speeding May Be Stopped "Safety Flnrt" bjotmi ' nt li* lurf danger miwifrc on < mmtrj r<md* There tbf «"'« « : Th* Metr F)r l wo*«?>rfi' 1< i* ' • ntafc* It Mf* for t w ■nio rafh r :■ trlan W> *J *l«©u'l lr Tber* arr 10.fl00.e00 atrtotn""; .* ii. ii.. HUIf. There are liamlrwU «f ! •/>«! • ;- . «; e^m lo jnlrwliice In Hit "brlf-tlirw •••.:' ■'•.! ■ r.« now In •motion or Itwnil to (y/J't'Dt1 - Mint veil! wure tl - Kaferjr Flr*t luwtmcul < — l alreet. , In tbelr own lntereat the tvU, mutrifaflnrw* dealer* ami cltilei hi nl«l liue u;i wll'i • I"? iH- lire a<U mtea of Hateij Klrrt—>«< I I"" ln« aiK"e* tlHT miiMlj ttaiel Ihe KruuiiiJ lo u ' «n> <tafet} flrst IpgMatioti. I'or iitaauce. tl<e '"bi< n;o Mnltr f" * er-t eoui! artv# |ir«*fiasati<la whfcU. un «<• .. i fool det'larallmia. K'tj*. "Th'i-e were Mo t itcaiii t'jjii froiii iiiflucura, ati'l only 10.lr.* front nut., rehlciea." Can jou beat that! Mere Irlile. ftailro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 February 1923

from ner >mnia, h>] >U8 dy, prostration ] It due $ conditio 0 INER1 *r*" refreshing! ip the ahat'l and pr<y I distrj. force. I* It, A«k Lunty of wj frtue of me, as tfl IPIK.in.,,1 in rust., ftej| f4 oi the i Wood 0 led and delj 27tli day 1 by J. B. Inii;i Kuber MT the jnissoiy noi vhicn are li pO each lie sum being m« laid deed executed |rf- ,md res pectin, i. lot! Jnd Oct lfij I notes bea hiaturity lent |e order )ry Got lion, at |t< is Std Texas, ai |<' ioymq Itional pt due < coll It u ■. iiey.; 1 I iVn Compai er oj' Rob I • hav4 |.> n.ent i aine art I ' -w ag interest sum kve Wm. Ipanjr I nffcrl leg Be-I o'clock] Mm 4 igheM klay off le sam«] lmonth,} 1 in thai Woof llowinf I lit: net or VVood; ig ispw- and [35 of by |)ws: cor- | rs S ',9 E 327 |er- to snce |cor- iin« " fi |.r. WINygBOHO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY i im. n Levis Stone and Barbara CasUetoti if- "Olie Child. Thou Gaveat Me'* The drama of a faithful wife, yet a secret mother, told with true artistry a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 February 1923

■ f r lib NEWS FEBRUARY 1, 1928. The Still Small Voice the Km of millionaire can shoot to death an American sailor boy and walk oat of court without even the formality of a trial—when the mother of his vietim must stand outside the court and, as she weeps in vain, see the man who killed her sot drive to his luxurious home in a high-powered motor car, telling his -wife he "is so happy," it is time this country revamped ita method of administering the law, or at least establish some form of ret-all that would enable the people to drive from both bench *nd bar those who maladminister a sacred trust. Walter S. Ward, of Westchester County, New York, son of the millionaire bread king, shoots to death Clarence Peters, formerly a sailor boy in the U. S. Navy. The police, hot on the trail, get dangerously near to solving the crime. Then the young •layer gives himself up and confesses the cowardly u^Mtlon. $ DEBAUCHERY PREVENTABLE OMEONE has said that tho ki Ordinarily, such n menace to socie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 February 1923

Wli r Callfonui I 1 ia used 1 to the rood Win { hr of two Kp Bed entirely I pt draws it | el of glml [others] any time < Isyftem i air to t afford I i operandi II insure Id price. It. Let re. We lue 400, | Colony joultry) u for Texas :S, WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW8 'Any 1, 1*>28. SJSSBwR ■ ."■ma**' fWa k&oi °! tthe South! iiRht ajfaitntl iS, j v. as a , r- J l! CanJJ .president 0fl 'tist couventfal J service wjt toss Avenue I in Dallas at| 1aY moinin^, I •ed that aifB jut comp|etod a test Wpj| ■rgins. We n charge a- FfTorts sink a Vp|| the last in far no on o was able* position. told ug luring the i sold 53 , itween 40 an hens, Hens. CHILDREN AND MONEY . ;i.i j Mild be piven a small amount of m, n- t'very cn|IU to time. It is nice to give a small sunt from i|ni at first; larger can an them to build it up tl„. child will value it quite as much as a ,„ip Even with five cents the little people |W,rn to plan and have for special things. Start ,|it sl . nit here for the little ones a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 February 1923

[LYNEWS FEBRUARY 1, 1928- 11 •1 k *■ AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT English Peas and Radishes. The continued rains und oth- er adverse weather conditions have delayed the preparation the land and planting English peas and radish seed until now it is about the right time of year for this work. We have found by experience that the demand for English peas es- pecially, don't play out, or at least, we always have orders for English peas after the crop is out and gone. Radishes should come on the market reasonably early to get the best demand and prices. So all who wish the early money that these wops bring will do well io get lh a hurry, as soon as the weather will permit prepar- ation of the land, and begin the planting of both these Ci-ops. On English peas we diseases of trees aside from the scale. We can still grow g. od fruit if we go to the little extra expense and trouble that is necessary to keep the trees healthy. This cannot be done without spraying. Our coun- try is waking up to some...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 February 1923

DqK^TAR AND GRAVE: TRAIN THE EARS TO LISTEN " i LI nn Only In That Wax I* ■ - * . & Co.1 est" * Yoi Gen. litG :ai |nd fith UP* Fastleton. and 25c flO |l Tonli 'uri^r n| | I VIM fg lg effect, aeel Icheeks and I you willj Inlue. Tonic ii Jed in sjnipJ le it. Tb«l 1 it and Is rial Sernx I liening, Itrt I acid pli iCotton ads Ii i t I'd hess of -17 poo |>er led |y- umrM Combine I ovemaklng, jr andFune-a. Ob.equ*. of R.mt.rm«nt ,r,rcn^ KnP"M" Br# r1 i Hunim "vl" M" M" (It"' . iiintiitlillliotiB foil' "Z Or If of 1 1 ,he r',re first " 1 f i.i «■ 1 ,,lirled |,r" KureiiH ii'" n'^,,r- Bl,t their operative •tan and reliurylnux nre feasts S,|f and uncertain -f date « ,«r|,,u<nn.l ",n<e I* ,ry Sr"v ls In 'J5 «nd n «rk-.l lth dtir«W§ fgiwi roortKl.lpfl nr«- pursued at \taami*. • "' b«- i, ami obiwit'l" hi Imp L"M"' "f iLwrn K"r,,|,V """ Vmient In determined >'J ,,lp tnf ninrrl«Ki*M 'l'- 'ills M'"1 ,,mr" Ibm there sre In 'll,! village <>r Lri)i« l «' ""IP "f ' rjjfe arc enou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 1 February 1923

IP? WINNSBORO ■ LITTLE AOS FOR RENT—On third and fourth, three farms 4 to 6 miles fr in Winnsboro, out* near Quitman. Also for sale light Ford truck o> delivery an price $110. A. A. Lindsey and M. C. Brewer, Winnsboro. 21 SAW MILL— 1 have a 6,000- foot capacity saw mill for side at a bargain. Complete with power, life, saws, etc., and one log wagon. Will take part paj in lumber. It. L. Taylor, route i, Peach, Texas. 20. WANTED—Two stiles ladies at one to work in your home town. For further information write Kox 221, Mt. Pleasant, Tex. 21 WANTED—Farm hand to work for wages or us renter. Would sell my home reason- able.—II. C. Tittle. 21 BABY CHICKS—White Leg- horn day old chicks and eggs for hatching from my winter laying standard bred pens. A few cockerels for sale Place orders now for chicks for Feb- ruary and March delivery. J B. Parker. 20. TOR SAI.E—Rhrde Island *gg for hatching.—C. C- (Jnapmun. * /OR SALL—at a bargain. 1 agon an l !.a ness, 1 cultiva- . r, 1 S. ring to.th ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 February 1923

C* T * *IH I Wiwaib&t# f0r^ V NO. WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNT/, TEXAS, FE.;; VRY 8th, 1923 WINNSBORO MUSIC CLUB 'POULTRY DAY AT n •• • * SULPHUR SPRINGS Realizing the need of anoth- er music club in the city, a County Agent, Mr. W. W. number of ladies met at the Evans, announces that final ai • * IV annual get-to-gether forward business man should home of Mrs. C. C. Chapman ran?«mentK are completed lor meeting of the business inter- be a member and organized the Winnsboro Chamber of Commerce Banquet March 9th $1.25 PER YEAR American Legion Elects Officers for this Year of Winnsboro and farmers community will be held #ts Friday night, March 9th, , f0nn of a banquet The weathor was so inclo- jn ment last Saturday that no This meeting of the poultry asso- dtcided on at" a directors Ration was held. It is urgent- ttils diciaea Chamber of 'y requested that the members last Tuesday after-|come together next Saturday tnc meeiing Coitimeive gOOll of state wide 88 matters pertaining to th<&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 February 1923

. '•1 . A •f ' J-"" Lots for Your Money Brands" Should Net Tempt You—Use CALUMET Tho Economy BAKING POWDER That's What Millions of Housewlvos Do —They know that Good Baking Powder can't be sold for less— that "more for the mon- ey"means bake-day fail- ures, waste of time and money—that Calumet means economy. \iK WIGHT TKALN SERVICE OAK IMG P X f'ilUMEl «NTCKT*ll ' / 'NSPO BEST BY TEST The sales of Calumet are over 150% greater than that of any other bak ing powder. THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER After Every Meal WRKLEYS Top olf each meal with a bit of •weet In the form I of WRIGLEY'S. It satisfies the sweet tooth an<; •Ida digestion. Pleasure an benefit combined. Confederate State of Georgia Pays Bill, But Confederate Money FOR ' THE CHILDREN Take It Now! e There is no logical reason why anyone should hesitate take cod-liver oil This to i Atlanta, Ga.—Aimer Lee Squip"*ins of Worthington Ma?a., vhos ' letter to Jeffer t"" Dr.v;", r^/,"°f5<jed as Pres- ident of me c-oiuedera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 February 1923

FEBRUARY 8th, 192# \ 1 Fertilizer - Fertilizer From the cheapest 10-2 goods to the highest Analysis made—including the raw materials, such as 16 per cent acid L'ho.sphate. Nitrate of soda, Potash, Kamt and Amoniflt' I am handling the "White Diamond." the "Dig Crop" kind whose formulas are copied from the Georgia Formulas (hat have enriched her soils and made her people prosperous. This is the* kind that I handled at the oil mill iast year. See me before you buy, maybe my .experience and study of fertilizer will help you. ED PETTY Winnsboro, - - Texas FEEDING DAIRY CATTLE The dairy oow is a h gh .YNBWS 10 per cent to English rrai> 5 per cent to beans, beets, cai bSw .JSkinVap thTl!ltovrfj-eared machine, and will not 10 ]>er cent. This is netirl; ; ,un m |„w gear profitably. As right as we see it here for the ^ general proposition, every early crops. Take one year aniiual should have all of with another truck crop farm- • ing will be more profitable than . « . • 4 who genera! fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 February 1923

ds rs pudding will b« I'ng ma- l>n. that we Ige I'ro- Depart- Iwers. N'innsboro liis 1 Juitman 6 boro Alba 3 lola 3 hnsbovo 4 >ke ineola 3 VETERAMi and address! | war veteran! twenty-five |oro. Give commander.) If all widows inrades. I L. Peak, WinnsboroJ kisers. Ions we havd ]ti are inter! & Sons. « >1 b MW; i: N A BR« OF AN Ion. BE I h wtnnsborq weekly news fennxtaitr 8th, "was Be Economical, Not Stingy steady saving, putting away a portion np your income, and doing without un kecfssary luxuries, is true economy. flo matter what your income may HE V0U need to follow a FIXED rule for saving. this bank will be pleased to co-operate with you, in starting a savings account ^;p we will be glad to help you PLAN to save. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas Scr oggin-Dr ummond Lumber Co. All Kinds of LUMBER and Building Material Our Prices are Right Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated A Good Investment The Outlay: An hour at Church Next Sunday. The Returns: Good music. Good F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 February 1923

NEWS FEBRUARY 8th, 1928 Winnsbcro News shoved uniform intfi «aiional R. Weir, Editor 11.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-clash mut- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice nt Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of Mardi 3, 1879. 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. Sunday Jchool ' Lesson' 111) HiflV. I' B riTSSW ATKU. D. D.. IVjrher of Rniillah Hlbl.' In 111* Mood* '.libit! Intimitis of CIiIcuko.i lopyrtght. Ilil. WcMorn N.w.pi.i .r LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 11 GRAND AND PETIT Jack Lloyd. Coke JURORS dist. COURT G. P. Yutoi, Mineoia G E. Vandiver, Mineoia 2 G. B. Vickery, Quitman 3 innsboro 4 „ Quitman 3 Spring term of DiaUuct Court, N g Kichurds, Peach as drown by 1. /. Wright Clyde . , Vmi„hn Alba 3 .lorden and C. I- ! ftt t,,e q. P. Hallman, Winnsboro i<aH term of cou.t 1922. E ,5. Fitzge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 February 1923

nux I^IS U g athletic meet WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 8th, 1023 | ,1 'I'.IIICAN TOJACOOODI ■i, lli|l.l,iii;ir.,ji,iinmnm TURKISH VIRGINIA BURLEY 15! ./or .1 10 uMittiiufiiihiMinfntiHAiro The county athletic meet foi senior basket ball boys will |H on Saturday, February loth at 9:30. The north end game* will be played at Pleasant drove and the South end yam es at Mineola. The girls basket ball game* for county championship will be played on the fi, i Saturday in March. J> L. Mullina*, Director. Income Tax in Nutshell. To Stop 11AYFS' a Cough Quick HEALING HONEY, medicine which atopa the oou^h by " Irrii tak< heoi.i j iufiamed and irrituted tissues. x i • cf 'jROVE"8 O-PEN-TRATE 5AI.YE for Cheat Cold*. Head Colds and iw I a encluaod with every bottle of HA . fcS LING HONEY. The salve ihor'i-i >.* robfted on the chest and throat u(i'' n oufTwing from a Cold or Croup. Tl,. bottling effect of Hayaa' .Healing Hoijey In- • i t out combined with the hoallug effect of pjov (; Pa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 February 1923

| '■>!I0 I )U91U f rl 01 a 1 'Ml) 1 i "°A ,:'l« | I' ' i" |" no.i | |i I s[t? \IOJ r « I i!n) 1 "3 l''I ' 11'A\ | 1ns '3 I >r )« J a i '>'<i I*01!) 1# I'JO loi|« |V H ) |VS to 1(1.1 I") T & iMCt Itin P''n we s,,ffer '* yyhy continue , iH® «erir,ce y0Uf « tod enjoyment — .Kioilion of simple lldidnes found i« Anti-P*'n P'H* wiy tff«,ive in r#* L, without bad after-, „t than thirty five ■ttfJ from headache, backache, tooth* jtiti and pains from have found re- J (iking these pills. L't you try them? wjr druggist of Trustees Sale. IffiM, County of Wood I, by virtue of au- in me, as trus- and appointed in a _ of trust, reooi ded fpage 491 of the deed icords of Wood Ooun- executed and deliv- ! on the '27th day of 11921, by J. H. Uob- Iwife, Anna Roberts, securing the pay Jfcur promissory notes Ihrce of which ai e for (of $750.00 each and lh for the sum of lid notes being more Iribed in said deed of notes executed by B. Roberts and An- i and due respective- ly, 1922, Sept. 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 February 1923

/ V ■ ITTLE ADS FOR RENT-On third and fourth, three farms 4 to < miles from Winnsboro, on-. neur Quitman. Also for salt lijrf,t Ford truck or delivery car price $110. A. A. Lindsey and M. C. Brewer, Winnsboro. 21 SAW MILL—1 have a 6,000- foot capaoity saw mill lor si.k at u bargain. Complete wit' power, rip, saws, etc., and out loaf wagon. Will take part p«t,« in lumber. R. L. Taylor, route 1, Peach, Texas. WANTED—Two sales ladies at one to work in your home town. Fo: further information write Box 221. Mt. Pleasant, Tex. 21 WANTED—Farm lu.nd to work for wages or as renter. Would sell my home reason- able.—II. C. Tittle. 21 BABY CHICKS—White L g- horn day old chicks and egg® for hatching from my winter laying standard bred pens. A few cockerels for sale Place orders now for chicks for Peb and March delivery. J 'JO. ruaiw B. Parker. LOST—In front of new iron building near Wood Co. Pro- duce house Saturday, a brown ducking coat. Finder please return to News office. J. S. Spivey , FO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 February 1923

ttiittnsfaro -NO. 22 WINNSBQRO, WOOD COUNTY, 7 w Per( 9c Notij unter. oes _ toes new oxford, ] ' *6.50 for j 01(,H. pumps j 'y Value irtiary on T. !ee the | e 20 pef 5. *13.75,1 inio.is, $13,j >n now soil. See then i ts, [lions y; ospecif; Congees, e?J to assist in | ses. ase. Trimmii prise 5 make Mi i0f C. Banquet to be at the Moore Hotel Leptances to invitations that every member that can 'Vsent out from this of- possibly attend do bo. Among attend the fourth an- - Lf-to-jrether Chamber of See banquet Friday ibrth 9th, count for .7 towards the success affair it will be a how- ^ The fact that it meeting. _ place at the Moore, and that the "eats" will) There is going to be a fa- charge Mrs. ( arpenier mme on cotton aeed in this ter- Migaes Post further in-, ritory before seed planting time i success. 1 Me program jg over. Better get some of arranged and parts those Watson Acala seed from other important matters that will come up at this meeting the co-operative marketing plan wil...

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