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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 February 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 15, 1923_ % ',.1 ^ , ?,*i ,■; j SO good cigarettes GENUINE "Bull" DURHAM TOBACCO Careful Watch Nothing pays quite so well as keeping careful watch that the powers of re- sistance be not broken down. i Scott's Emulsion [of pure vitamine-bearin® re vitamine-bearing , cod-liver oil is used daily by many grown l„ i and ash your drug- I gist ror Sco tt's Emulsion I ■ Scoti ft Bowtic, Blnomfleld.N. J. 12-40 [ •J ■■■*""/ O*""" people as a means of Keeping fit for the daily task. Be sure nd < FROM YANTIS The weather has been so un favorable, news hunting ha been a bad job. Health ii general, seems to be verv goo. though. We have heard rum or*, that there is some aicknes amongst the children, but a yet we have been unable to a« certain who are sick or what the nature of the sickness is. We have been informed tha Mrs. Terrell Howie, who ha l>een dangerously ill for sever al days, is much improved, and will likely be able to return V her home sout hof Yanti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 February 1923

■ ""'I It IM r* * •* ■ «•", HhouldjJ, |bu* Mile ii-, S: H'-S| e«kii(.Ha. -n.i <-11 "n foot m\ i™(,,'V'«l COD?1 Its follow*. 't'"ow J Il:>* to hM* fllllD 41 ' ' i*,lt l ir«9 unit iiS Wten the WWJ> I'oiumonMt omul Fj B°od is the (3 fiend of the i(J[ |«o w<'s«7^a nre J | "i< pfttn Mft 1 "ie crowd I Just a |ieso fellers and yet tbi ctlon, «nd •o slosithy eh «f er|| ••iiss when 'i'- I'ralie wont It aid |1 of daujeer. "■ it flhiniii | funlly It'll | have tick l ii know |i xtnrt to 1 don't the to yon. |>HIii klllw i Jrlflcs, li llftM. You flhout slu ug pot. ,H4U bugh, iWl htion ro«. ail cou Igue. cial Co# fexas. Iafe I'nds and| I ust op h of Whd Incl pivej liness. M. |u wl SMl] <ec> RA| I^ouno V tllTj h« ^arettes MRS. R. (j. CRUMP DEA i ■ Mrs. U. G. Crump died at tl family residence about \ miles flKitheast of Winnsl* Thursday, February 1, TURKISH n .1:2° P: Miu Crump '|, virgin!* h "ee l «ok since October. - BURLKV m \ a,; about 12 years eld, m ber of the Baptist c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 February 1923

HEWS FEBRUARY 1^1988 To Our Friends and Customers We are now established in the Steed Building north of the Fowler Drug Store where we will be delighted to serve you. We have just installed a new hemstitching ma- chine and will absolutely guarantee satisfaction. We are glad to announce to the ladies that we now have a nice line of Iloyal Society Package Pro- ducts. Stop in and get your counter sheet. Special attention called to our Millinery Depart- ment's ready trimmed hats and beautiful flowers. P. P. MARTIN NOVELTY STORE Winnsboro Weekly News llomer R. Weir, Editor *1.25 A YEAU IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 21, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made knowu on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY XV. M. PIERSON Attorney and Counselor at Law Suites 311-312 and 313 3rd. Floor Slaughter Building, Dallas, Texas. i>erial attention to business of non-residents. Thursday, February 8th, the Club met wit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 February 1923

?d in t) ed testij [sua! co| •bove ly place Smar Misstg pmartest and is Our Taffd fr been lason's modd fts, the wide col /es and 'VE model flble. Ka Priced-; $27.1 ind Cant |leev« or; idsolmest | i|i want i WiV/l, i TeachThemHow DON'T FORGET IT re of ^ear rear its B0Yfi OR GIRLS, IT MATTERS NOT, THEY gHOUI'O BE TAUGHT HOW TO VALUE AND handle MONEY. THEY SHOULD NEVER HE Ml,OWED TO "CHARGE" THINGS AT THE STORES; THAT IS SCHOOLING of EXTRAVA- ' (; VNCK AND DEBT. OPEN AN INTEREST AC- COl rN'r AT THE FIRST NATION AI BANK AND TEACH THEM TO SAVE FOR FUTURE NEEDS. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas e w mmm xjl j iM M m M 7X V. Trest overalls are the best. W. C. Dodgen Co. DON'T MISS II Be there without fail. Be on time. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Considerable sickness is re- ported in and around Winns- boro. Jack Smith and Mr. Gardner are both very ill at this writing, but little hope I>e- ing entertained for the form- er's recovery. M 4 nd fflve your , m .... Let us plan and make a beau- tif...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 February 1923

—m TnTiwra Fertilizer - Fertilizer From the cheapest 10-2 goods to the highest Analysis made—including the raw materials, 'such as 16 per cent acid Phosphate, Nitrate of soda, Potash, Kamt and Amonia. ' I am handling the "White Diamond," the "IHg Crop" kind whose formulas hre copied from the (ieorgia Formulas that have enriched her soils and intide her people prosperous. ■ This is the kind that last year. I handled at the oil mill See me before you buy, maybe my experience and study of fertilizer will help you. ED PETTY Winnsboro, - - - Texas AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT English Peas j risk all the acreage 011 early Some few have asked this i cabbage, but with a good plant- week whether or not it was1"? or setting out of plants any BEE COUNTY FARMERS MAKE BROOM CORN CROP PAY and we don't believe our coun- ,ry ought to be short 011 h MAURICE FLOYD In Farm & Ranch. reasonable acreage to Irish P<>" | The enterprising farmers of tatoes this year. It is a gt,( Qouuty, Toms have foun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 February 1923

WINNSJBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 15, 1928 * * | ■' ■ i i ■s • v. ■MM MUSIC WEEK IN WINNSBORO Fostered by the Harmony Club Commencing Sunday, February 18th, 1923 Each Program is Free and an Invitation is Extended to Everyone in Winnsboro and Surrounding Towns and Communities to Attend Sunday Morning METHODIST CHURCH 11:00 A. M. GOD'S MASTER MUSICIANS' Rev. Dabney PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday School 10:00 A. M. SPECIAL MUSIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH 11:00 A. M. "HONG OF MOSES AND THE LAMB" Rev. Blount \ 11:00 A. M. Mrs. J. W. Corley, Director Prelude Gloria Patria C. Meineke Invocation Praise Ye the Father - Gounod Announcements Anthem—"Love Ye the Lord" Windemere Solo and Obligato—Mrs. Geo. L. Baber Prayer—Response Offertory—A Theme Without Words — Hayes Mrs. Sanford Newman Solo—"The Lord is My Light" Allitsen Mrs. J. W. Corley Sermon—"Music in the Church" Rev. Theo. A. Binford Octette—"Rock of Ages" Robinson Mesdames Baber, Weir, Patrick, Corley, Drummond, Nelson, Browning, Miss Hornbuckle. Be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 February 1923

I I v innamu* wmklt hkwbfebruaby is, \w LITTLE ADS FOR RENT—On thiixl and fourth, three farms 4 to 6 miles fttom Winnsboro, near Quitman. FOR RENT—Same land in Midway community fa* ran* on third and fourth.—W. M. Waf- kins 21. FREE TUITION—in shorthand one j bookkeeping, typewriting, jour- Also for sale | Halism and advertising to all light Ford truck or delivery car j people regardless of religiouH rice $110. A. A. Lindaey and belief. Only expense that of en- C. Brewer, Winnsboro. 21 [ rollmnt fee. Day and night clas- ses. Employment bureau, manu EN I ItE NAUS BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINS SAW MILL—I have a 6,000- foot capacity saw mill for sale at a bargain. Complete with power, rig, saws, etc., and one log wagon. Will take part pay in lumber. R. L. Taylor, route 1, Peach, Texas. 20. WANTED—Two sales ladies at one to work in your home town. For further information write Box 221, Mt. Pleasant, Tex. 21 WANTED—Farm hand to work for wages or as renter. Would sell my home reason- able.— II. C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 February 1923

4N) riK XIV. -NO. 23. Ii plio [school information [Three million dollars more yrtioned to the schools will .. about $2.00 or more to Ch scholastic and is supposed , run the schools about one ontli longer this year. Schools i,ould not close until this ap- Lriation is used this school The scholastic census is tak March. Blanks for this iirpose will he sent out at nce Some one should take |,e census who is willing and ows how to take it. Over scholastics were not taken jgt year. Full directions will , sent with each set of blanks. and follow directions, trustee election far two dis- school trustees in each nmon school district will be he first Saturday in April thich will he this year the 7th said month. The present ustees order this election, ap- t managers, post notices report the result to the ountv superintendent. Three ounty Trustees are to be elec- at the same time and place, I under the same managers the district trustee election, he County Judge orders this Election and the ret...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 February 1923

' V/ >0R0 WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 22, 1923 «■ | * )1 ! son GOOD CIGARETTES GENUINE BULL" DURHAM TOBACCO NEVEiS FOKET [that n grown person run- | down in body or strength, or a child that does not ! progress healthfully, finds from white oak wtmved unifoftx wtwnatiomal of pure vllamlne - bearing cod-liver oil a real help In restoring! normal health and! strength. Take\ Scott's Emulsion— It helps sustain vitality I Scott ot Bowttr, nioomtir rt.N.J. 22-41 He Jth in general is soT.r better, though there has been a ; nuiuewoic cpiibmic of the flu 11 and around Yantis. i Mrs. D.itl Crump, who with *ier husband lived norfcheaat /rom Yanlis was {ptind dead in lor bed lust Sunday night. Bh i) J her husLind 1- th beir.j ick with flu. it T/as though lie liad been .d for sot cime before the cud incido 'us discovered. Mrs. I.cv.is Young had th misfortune of losing her bout by fire last Friday. She wji ick at the time and had to 1 carried to a neighbor's house by friendii. The young people had a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 February 1923

AT 'hin ir y- ins g [nite rice. ich- |the all hi/ 1.75 / MEMORIAL WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FFPPIJARY 22, IP?!! -pr umivehsal cai Four Reasons Why You Should Buy Your Ford Car this Month I. The unprecedented demand for Ford Cars throughout the winter months has taken the entire output of the Ford plants work- ing at capacity, indicating that the demand this Spring will be far in excess of the num- ber that can possibly be built. II. January was the tenth consecutive month in which retail deliveries exceeded 1C0,CC0 Ford Cars and Trucks. Requirements for February, the month when preparations are already under way for Spring business, called for 148,407 Cars and Trucks—more than 24,000 in excess of the number we can possibly produce. III. Ford dealers in many parts of the country* are already finding necessary to specify future delivery dates on Ford products be- cause there are no reserve stocks to draw from. IV. Your order pl^ed now will project you against delay or disappointment later...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 February 1923

W1NN8B0*n WEEKLY NKW8 TBRUARY 22, 1923_ i' ■. -i ' t Wiopsbere Weekly News Homer R. W«ir, Editor |L26 A YEAH IN ADVANCE Entored m Moond-claatt mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rate# 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. DR. R. E. WRIGHT Eye, Ear, None and throat 711 Wilson Bldg. Dallas, Texas. In office at Winnsboro the first Saturday and Friday before in each month. FERTILIZERS AND FACTORIES A number of years ago the people of North Carolina awoke to the fact that their farming lands were worn out. Contin- ually taking out for years and years, and putting nothing back, had drained and sapped the soil of its once wonderful fertility. It was becoming harder and harder for farmers to produce enough t carry him from one year to another. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 February 1923

WTNNfmOROWKBKLYNFWST^FTir!fAT!Y $>2 1928 preparation for Opportunity There i* opportunity—it knocks at every door—will t,P ready for opportunity when it in ready for ' preparation for opportunity means success for \ Hank Account at the First National Hank j. (|lt. one. sure, certain preparation for opportunity. First National Bank i Winnsboro, Texas I will appreciate your hem- stitching. You will find me at R. 11. McCrary'B store.—Miss Emma Buroughs. Miss Pauline Jared is home irom Commerce. Ed Horne, who left here sev- eral years ago for Dallas, writ- es us to send him The News a year. Beautiful Spring Mats at such reasonable prices. Special prices $3.75, $5.00 and $6.75. See the late patterns.—The En- terprise. ' • " John Shearer left Sunday for Okmulgee, Ok. The prettiest but of mtlll- • nery ever brought to Winn^-i boro at Mrs. W. E. Whatley's The News received a letter yesterday from Mr. Prank Mc- Knight, president of the Fi<st State Bank of Arlington, en- closing renewal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 February 1923

ft. HK 2? 121* (t IP ♦ , ; v4 7 It Is An Undisputed Fact" H ■ S/• 'B 1* 2/ r,i , THAT NO PLANT CAN GROW AND FRUIT WITH- OUT THE USE OF PHOSPHATE, NITROGEN AND POTASH. WE HANDLE A FERTILIZER THAT CON- TAINS ALL OF THESE. OUR; EXPERIENCE BY ACTUAL USE AND DEMONSTRATION ON OUR OWN FIELDS FOR THE PAST 2b YEARS OUGHT TO BE Of1 SOME VALUE TO THOSE WHO EX- PECT TO BUY FERTILIZER THIS YEAR. COME IN AND LETS TALK THE USE OF FERTILIZER, WHETHER YOU BUY FROM ME OR NQT. s A. A. Snow Groceries and Hardware KEWS FEBRUARY 22, 1928^ ( ' v cher sections ,beir gardens. come- ^ v' ^'1 AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT English Pea* Are you going to run short on money, the ready cash, dur- ing the month of April? If so, no spot of land on you farm will help you more quickly or surely than English peas to supply ready cash. We have found during the past two years that the demand is im- mense for English peas and at good prices. A hamper of En- glish peas will average as good to a better price than a crate of straw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 February 1923

'm 79 /, Y 9 [t include, re. Ill bill It t-Ugatfret11 flow It f aaaant («] imer ed Up nd Iraa W Pisfla in KTOWth l-l'if K toil «r« Th# If Ideal 11 lie Iiv lniMon to |lef T WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWSFEBRUARY 22, 1923 iraInnouncement LIBERAL FERTILIZATION We wish to announce to the people who visit Winnsboro that we are opening a store next door to T. S. Steed. We have Mr. Sam Brice em- who will be in our store all the time. ployed We will appreciate you call- ing around to see us any time you are in town. A.Wright & O. B. Vickers |alers in Medium Priced Merchandise Winnsboro, - Texas With Merchants th^t Advertise. They Usually Have the Best Goods and Lowest Prices ring: $15,000,Ow t A ~~~£ 16 •>'%. A 11 .. aison At 76 ip-ff .,y>. fo'J EHp*. iff v. V W< 'i' '■ >«• $ '•V )r '«v Vi MM ■ ''] -yw.... •/ . " * >jW ' •: . . •• ■ ~ I* mi . kIm8 frJfciSWi It is well enough for the far- mers of/ our community und Ea«t T«#8 to keep abreast with the efforts and method of cotton gro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 February 1923

m'wL WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FEBRUARY 22, 1 ■HPWM1 mm ■ ma Pi anftfl FOR SALE Ahmit 10 b rh-| BAPTIST ICHURCH.NOTFS II C Jl Z1V el cotton seed, the kind that ■ Theo. A. Binford, Pwtoi LI I I Lb HUv .h«H a red stalk; rust proof. | ' You cfin nee and get these iced > Attendance at Sunday School SAW MILL—I have a 6,000- at Cain' Cash Store. foot capacity saw mill for sale trade for good syrup.—H lit a bargain. Complete with iirewer. power, rig, saws, etc., and one ———— - log wagon. Will take part pay FOR SALE—One cut-off saw PASTORS AND WORKERS CONFERENCE Representatives from the ! T «rn,dav churches or Kchoboth Assoeia- Uu-t Sunaa>. ^ invite(| t() ,noet with in lumber. R. L. Taylor, route, rjg? complete with saw, bekj®r® Ulld we want them. 1, Peach. Texas. was encouraging 23 ■piH^..v ' that it> being shown by all C(,n" at 10 o'clock Tuesday, l'« cerned. There is room for ot*'- in a jastors ami woiluh ( ference. The program inteud- > tfMWM m KUBXffi M 2 Sale of We are happy o...

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

v' owal Ihoesl iDUCING OUR strict [SHOES. 1 !)KLL AT EXTH PRICES $2.98 k from yq r EA(H Pi ^ID LEATI Shoes, jl.98 and |2.!)8 and WOES tICES -ETC. P THE SA use IN Richb Bhearer leek. it a delivi ^livery. 's PI hiat« r«IW, i Va>t>v« < DI6EIT [rs ri [8 KUtmsWrja i'l y "XIV. NO. 24. [A. Nabors Appointed Railroad Commissioner WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, MARCH 1, 1928 SUPPLEMENTAL SCHOOL APPORTIONMENT The State Hoard of Educa- tion has declared a supplement- al cv.li 26—W M. W.'to anno i ii f anA ~ >, , al aPP°i*tionment of three doll- llin, Feb. 26. vv,• «® PPO'nt and myself know ars per capita u> extend the native of Arlington, ho they are. j terms of schools this year, and chairman of the de- ' ^mediately after their con-'lhe 'aw prohibits any part of . at the firmation by the State Senate 8 fund being Used 10 in* at Uie - - < • °tnate crease salaries of teachers with they are to take office. Politic* Absent Spl awn's appointment 18 THE EDELWEISS jOLUB It was with ...

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

1 •f HI I v I WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 1. 1028 \r *' 1 \:£>' CIGA^tiTTES GENUINE "BULL" DURHAM TOBACCO ASK KDTHER! There ore many, very' many, mothers whu through the years have proved the power of i i Scoffs Emulsion R of pure vitamino.bearing | j, cod-liver oil to help nourish /i, and strengthen the ■fix poorly-developed ;V child. It is abundant in the vitumines that are so essential to the welfare of children and adults. , Scott ft tlowiir. Illoom field N.J. 2242 | PROLONG THE SERVICE VALUE OF YOUK SUITS, OVER COATS, COAT SUITS, SKIRTS, DRESSES, liLOUS ES AND SWEATERS BY HAVING THEM THOROUGH- LY DRY CLEANED. —PROTECT YOUR IJEST IN- TEREST — INSIST THAT ^.JIANER, OlNl«J WHO HAS THE EQUIPMENT AND IN ABLE TO DELIVER THE GOODS ANY DAY RAIN OR SHINE. METHODT®T CHURCH MfKOVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Christ abhors vacuum. An \pty mind m Ua devil's work- up. "An life is the- artbreak oi Goil. An emp-, . church should It the despair' 111 SI ltl> Of ,U* RKV. f. U KITZWATI-ill, ix th...

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

WINK8B0H0 WEEKLY NEWS M a rch 1. 1*23 "'f '"•HinnrT'Ili rh ,|'"J >r fifi , CTu®U' I J Wi''1 w'"i i,.l l.n't "*>"«• ,f >«'i cau'i i nIUM(l|,lg •: °nl/ for 3J 1lnH" for work ' 0 'lix U,J '!,,f ' «< *3 _!*.10 no ITtlu * «l>e iyinl T:>kle job | >'0 enicaJ ""'I Vim , 1 ° *"'> «ud J wplfni-p. SEDAN New Price ! m jim or lf wo're|*_ •pfiod to I* J ■«irio hav—X I IWHJ'. . .. I i.sted with n|.I to redu^ it, r>'t eat no tale ork,- rk. . . to his... ' '>e could ^1 ine.s, an' dop^fl ^f hope! j , reckon, ring I ipN "ur higbotl ^11 <18 thivl >u ttin' f " t Shady Gn Shady Grovt| i each Let ever] " services, Wilson Taj YE! h Mf:v.a ill, ,0 hi l ■ Kill ..•■'■ ' . Wit. i Tcnk. wni in Ihu Mw 'tl'MUItl Thejl itlaf" F. O. B. Detroit Equipped with electric start- ing and lighting system, de- mountable rims, ex tra rim and r?op-skid tires all around—the Ford Sedan, at the new low price of $595, F.O. B. Detroit, is the greatest motor car value ever produced—an enclosed ca...

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

V / " WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 1, IMS Wiinsboro Weekly Ntws AN ENCOURAGING COICE irentlemen . Neither Homer R. Weir, Editor chosen by Governor Neff fI m A Y1T.AR IN ADVANCE the vacancies on the Railroad Moore, Miss Lily Moore and Mr. _______________ Commission haa figured promi- and Mrs. Ulas Wilcox. Entered aa second-class mnt- nently in public prints. It ap-j Misses Opal and Bular Lam- ter, September 24, 1909, at the pears to ^ certain that neither ernac, Mis. Bryce, and Mrs. A1 poatofftce at Winnsboro Iexaj. them wu8 in j^y Rense an ien visited Mt. Zion gchool last wUrthe act of March o, lb, J. f ^ ^ And uftemo()n Advertising rates made knowu yet. from what can be learned Mrs. Clint Reneau of C >mo •D application. of their experience and stand- spent last Thursday night with ing, both should be peculiarly Mrs. Nolan Reneau. They vis- PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY for ^he positions to ited the latter's parents, Mr.! W M PIERSON which they have been nominat- and Mrs. D. H. Felts of ...

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

car of | to the, I'ng Mr, 'tee as seed it :ed. igreed ted to exas rdisej WINNSBORO weekly news march 1, 1028 At ivt I \f' '«m '.,\f J ,;y Necessary Education BANK IU)OK IS AS necessary to the edit. I tion OF voi r child as any book it is L STIDVING. have you given it one? L | IIIST N \T10NAL bank welcomes the yS am> (ilKLS. may we see \your boys foil) GIKLS here? First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas 'Eiffel" Silk Hose for 1.00 are wonders. New Berthas, Lace Vestees, Collar and cuff sets.—"The Enterprise." time ok holding dis- trict court chanced nest [Percales, Eve ever patterns in Ging- 'latines, etc., had. Special The following letter from u . Judge Warren, and comment on Hulk garden seed at A. A. same, was taken from last' know s, groceries and hard- week's Quitman Democrat: ware* | "I" view of the bill recently r i> i, r~V passed by the Legitime,! J. f. Kowland writes that he changing the time for holding I has wound up his bull frog court in this District, there nunt in L...

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