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

'I I- | i ' / 14 s v i. NEWS MARCH 1. 1928 The News « Dollar-a-Y ear Rate Is Extended to 1st Save that Quarter LITTLE ADS SAW MILL4—I have a 6,0(H) m ■■ foot capacity aw mill for sale tiude ut a bargain. Complex power, rig, saw#, etc., ana one U<r macron WiU Uke DBl't pay FOR SALE—About 10 els cotton beed, the kind that has a red stalk; rust proof You cvn see and pet these seed Cash Store. Will H. H. 23. with Brewer. at Cain's FOR SALE—One cut-olf saw belt WJLfFOn ■ «M L t J _ . . v,. in lumber.' R. L. Taylor, route riRi VOm\ leto NV;J', saNV; i, w T.«*. 'jw. win BABY CHICKS—White Leg-'take one-half in good synip. horn day old chicks and eKK8iCan l>e seen at the A. J. • - .««..tp,-ier farm 2 miles out on Quit- for hatching from my winter laying standard bred pens. A few cockerols for sale Place orders now for chicks for K'b- ruary and March delivery. •' man road -II. H. Brewer. 23. B. Parker. 'JO. FOR SALK—Rhode Island for hatching.—C. C. apman. i FOR SALE—Grand piano. Bur FOR...

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

WINN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS MARCH IMS NOTICE GRlNNOUNCEMENT ^•roRD ry We wish to announce to the people who visit Winnsboro that m are opening a store next door :o T. S. Steed. (SE Yoil of People J eeth Uxlal ?es of PY(| Ro-form] discovered I guaranteed! "elief in ar/ Your drug purchase | t entirely! suits obtajj LL DRUG onitlpatldi to II Bij|l t PSWfM >nlc-L«jnitin| relievw ntfularly far'li action. ItJ Pleasant it] We have Mr. Sam Brice em- ployed who will be in our store all the time. We will appreciate you call- ing around to see us any time you are in town. MUSIC CONTEST After Every Meal WM6LEY5 Top off each meal with a bit of sweet In the form of WRIGLEY'S. It satisfies the sweet tooth aiif aids digestion. Pleasure an benefit combined. Sara i Wr*. BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Ludwig van Beethoven stands out as one of the master! geniuses of music. Like many A the other composers, his ear- ;y life was full of hardships, but in his struggles with these j ie came out victorious. His father ...

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

W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 1, 1928 i -A. II 1 J ■ AN EXCEPTIONAL SALE OF— STAPLE DRY GOODS Last Call. A Bitf > ock, Fut the Amount to be Sold at thebt 1 r ce WILL GO QUICKLY ■ HEME'S YOUR lfi TO lHc COTTON PRICE Cotton is now 27 l-2c mid going higher. We made lucky buys monll s ago. IJuy in quan- tities, quickly before 'the hoavy advances. Heavy round Thread wovon colors, "Shirting Plaids" for quilts, shirti.. work dresses, selling 15c yard for 10c yard SHOES We are an- xious to sell One Half our Shoe Stock in a few weeks as we will specialize hereafter. We have prices o n strictly new solid leather fully guaranteed Shoes at the sales prices of $1.98, $2.98 and $3.98 Men's Work shoes (in large sizes) for $1.98 Boys Scout Shoes - $1.98 Men's U. S. Army Shoes $2.98 Semi-Dress Shoes $2.98 toadies and Misses Oxfords and shoes $2.98 The finest Dress Oxfords, Shoes and Men's Straight Last for $3.98 Buy Now At Such Prices. $1.50 Men's Union Overalls $1.19 95c "Golden Rule" Blue Shirts ...

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

/ Ik 7 XIV.-NO- 25. IJBKK 01'' COMMERCE Marvin Thomas, Secy. u-jji ontliusin « ii'*-- i-i'itf Ljjer the proposition ol a was held in the1 uh lji ^ WINNSBORO, Wood COIJNTV, TEXAS, MARCH 8,155 CITY ELECTION For Assessor and Collector: mm room ii#, o/ Com eree t morning ••'''■ C. 15. Mu- V North Carolina, who has i interests in the business home state, was present J. H. (HARVEY) HITT SOLON WYLJK CAM STEVENSON To Our Customers and Public In General Our Governor, of his own ac- JACK SMITH John Matthew Smith affect- ionately known to everyone as A Welcome Citizen of Texas THE MEANING OF UK KIND It is appropriate that some- thing Imj ktK ./n to the people TO ANIMALS WEEK It might seem "Jack" Smith, was born in Dal- of our section, and to Texas us Words *• '.. Kind t, lilK ( nunfi flw, IW..J . r o— w 11 nv V... , . woius, Be Kind to wen, oi Mi. William Edenonn, AV.t-" fj,„t ti , i ih« ,.i. . ><... K, that tli ^e who ongina kfi Countj on the 28rd of Sup tembcr, 18(53, being neaily 60 y...

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

WINNSBOBO WDEKLT NEW6 MARCH 8, 1923 ; 'i ni ft £ I * 1 1 I i I i GOOD CIGARETTES 6 GENUINE Bull' DURHAM TOBACCO AT THE BAPTIST CHUBCH WHIOYED UNIFORM WTERNATIONAL 'err; ASK MOTHER! • There are many, very 5 I many, mothers who through jj Sthe years have proved the B power of Scott's Emulsion of pure vitamine-bearing | cod-liver oil to help nourish a o,and strengthen the 3 1 poorly-developed e child. It is abundant [ in the vitamines that are so essential to the welfare of children and adnlts. Scott Hi Hownc. Dtoomfield. N J 22 42 Theo. A. Binfoid, Pastor. All services were well attend >d last Sunday. Services have jeen continued since, though die weather and sickness has nterferred with attendance. lho spirit of all aerviccs hiu> jueu good. The outlook for ou .lork is most encouraging. A:.;i jUncoment8 concerninj .he meeting will be made fror ..ie pulpit fr.m time to tim« ,o dtfinite announcements ca jj n'.nde at this time. We in vile the cooperation of all the people in the ef...

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

JgyNBPORQ WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 8, 1928 la J. 'AMI /,Af'mt1 \ ' •vfTSI MI TTTT*I % i' start a checking account I'{J >!?(>, I, U, l(j;;3 )U T VV'AatI i-NHJNrj K I'HKts '' >' *VK hi-; M SE rii;ST AM) v,E riivT Ug MS Tliligj $1,000,601 HKnT $20,800.00. T uo U, W MAKE ' SEP^J *ND SIX. INCOME E NEXT -II hi «l (! ,0 have yOU °pen * Checkln Ac- •t! the National Hank. We can serve aood as any Imnk—-we believe better than t bank*- "( P( il >'our money ^ won as | you receive (tiler you Hun in i! pocket—chiefly because one does not it. it is surprising how much ii save money in the 'bank v i .o checks except for necessities. first itional Bank Wi isboro, Texas 1^i\ I l' 7 !>' I |\ / |y / |t'7 |y I 4 | Specially priccd $r,.00 Ladles iHaU just opened, worth 7.00 and 88.00.—The Enterprise. MisseB Pauline Rhyme.-* and < Mary Eviuis will entermin the San Souici Club at the home of Misb Rhymes Friday afternoon at two thirty. See Mr. Craddock and pay your street xx now. Evening dresses,...

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

t 4 i 1- i - ■ t. i ^ V i/j N iV Iff r? • -g™t ■ ■ I Him TRUCK CROPS TO PLANT EARLY TRUCK CROPS Ibest in years. All who have rwin..n.. ruins and the a chan<!e to get even this year, Continuous ia a if conditions work out as they February cold weather "uvt\now look. Some ought not to played havoc, it seems, with | piant tomatoes, but all who the early plantings in all sec-.know how to grow them ought tion of South and Southwest to increase their acreage this Texas. Such as the sleet, year snow and ice left, have been | _ _ _ _ further damaged by contnued Cantaloupes and Water Melons and torrential rains. Many re- planted after the freeze, only to have the seed ruined by rain. As a result much of the ac- It is yet too early to forecast the prospects on these but we would advise to keep close touch on plantings south and if reage is now abandoned and no more interest is manifest in th« land will be put to staple a few weeks than now shown, crops, owing to the lateness of ■ few weeks...

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

T WINNSBQRO WEEKLY NBWSMARCH S, 1923 IN MEMORIAM OP . CLAUDIE LEE MITCHELL " |lT<M c*An Even Greater Value COUPE V • O . 8. DETROIT At the lowest price ever made on a Ford Coupe this attractive model offers even greater value than before. The convenient window regulators the improved upholstery, and the many refinements in chassis construction have brought new high standards of quality. Professional and business men demand- ing continuous car service at low cost, and with comfort and convenience, are turning to the Ford Coupe in greater numbers than ever. So great is the demand that a shortage is certain. List your order now—cover it with a small down payment — the balance on convenient terms. Ford prices have never been so low Ford quality has never been so high Wilcoxson Motor Company Once again the silver cord is loosed,* the golden bow! is brok- en und another bright spirit re- turned unto God who gave it, for on February 5, 1923, at 6:00 o'clock, Claudie Lee was called from ...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWSMARCH 8. Wiapshoro Weekly News R. Weir, Editor 1 91.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the pottoff ice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known od application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY W. M. PIERSON Attorney and Counselor at Law Suites 311 312 and 313 3rd. Floor Slaughter Building. free catalogue of the Tylei Commercial College. Read of the advantages of our splendid courses of instruction. Read what those wha have graduated and are now holding good posi- tions say of our college, also what their employers think of their efficient training, and pleasant and profitable their short stay was with us. Read how some have worked High- way thru school, how others borrowed the money to pay bourd, and gave the College their note for tuition, and made it pay them big divi- dends. How others quit jobs at small salaries, completed courses with us and went back _ . Dalla.-., Texas. „ ' to the s...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 8. 1923 Jf It's Not in This Sack It's Not Pedigreed Mebane Planting Seed nWA&Pj toi? OH pw mm fcs9 i^Ss Igp m >#1' a We have made arrangements to distribute a car of the Pure Seed, direct from A. D. Mebane to the jlanter. Seed will be delivered in bags bearing Mr. [ebane's registered trade-mark and guarantee as shown in above cut. rhis sack is your absolute guarantee that the seed it contains are Pedigreed Mebane Planting Seed. 'hose wanting the purest of Better Staple Pedigreed [ebane Cotton Seed for planting are requested to see us before our buying supply is exhausted. MUSIC CON l tSTl CASSEL BROS. rinnsboro DISTRIBUTORS Texas of Election for County School Trustees ftate of Texas, County of \11 Whom tli is May Con- tinue of authority vested by law, I hereby order, btice is hereby given, that I will lie an elertion held Iturday, the 7th day of IA. D. 1923, by the quali- foters of Commissioner's ct No. 4, in said County, each Common School Distric...

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

: 1 i <?! $ L> 1 ti; > <3 . 'J* •I i :(f WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS march 8. 1928 Look! Mr. Farmer BUILDINGS AN 5) AC 1/ STOCK INSURED INST FiR ;. and Tornado? FOR MORE TIIAN 100 YEARS THE Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Has stood between its jaLanj md adverpPy, paying every honest loss dol u Trr W.*r, A P>' cy in The Hartford may ve your entire year s F abor. • __ EVERY H \P.. .-ORD PO ICY Is Backed by the Homo ' lc Record of More Than a Century and Cu h Assets,of Over FIFTY-MlLi.ION DOLLARS BE SAFE RATH R THAN SORRY Get Particulars From J. T. Gibson a Co., Insu WINNSBORO TiSXAo I IV MKMORY OF loved and served. Her Rood "CRANNY" BAGE cheer, and the brightness of her countenance - will linger Mrs. Frances Elvira Sage, (nee Ilaynes), was one ol tho most lovable characters that God ever give Lo earth. o' 1 was known to her fnv.ub'. . r and near, as "Granny Sage, and truly her life was oi e ceaseless round of gentUnoK. tendernss, and love. She wa.. born in Murfreesboro, Tonne see...

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

Ti 7 M3-*v>^ jn %p mf *- / i y 'lliljpl//) It^jl | „ Tit IP I M , 1 li\! '«' ili! II 1 4 le Lin IVflnt w. W. Uliiwsboro S^rrktu OL. XIV.-NO. 26 CITY ELECTION i Assessor mid Collector • j. H. (HARVEY) IIITT SOLON WYLIU CAM STEVENSON WIN^BORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. MAUCH llTim METHODIST CHURCH C. of C. Elects New Officers and Directors! CHURCH I FROM WHITE OAK The new boanl of directors UnluT siafeV"llT?','*J1"„ Heallh is i^ing «„d the *« Jt ? -J- « eounM^ e^rilntt " |r City Secretary: j. C. JENNINGS j, T. GIBSON TO THE VOTERS announcing for the office [city Secretary, 1 urn merely [in# application to the vot- for this place, subject to fcir wishes in the City elec- to be held April third. have no claims of superior liification. H present, and no ItteriiiK promises to make— rther than faithfulness to the kt of my ability. And I i'eel kt the voter's acquaintance Ih me are such as to enable Im to readily decide the mat- I, I do not deem it necessary |make a personal canvass to individu...

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

I 'I if LISTEN, FRIENDS . nana lum j nil yiiU atiocd—has togeti.tr— a u:jy oine. Life insurance has Itaved \>iu .Vs a ;U v the puu rhcufcc—has ooucatuu u\uu c tu manly manhood and womanly Wv.4 I..en the means ol keeping more jjaymg oil' more mortgu^^ and not. to in uusint-sa m the world. IV-. man \.ho can i-iu-s a medical e..a nation can afford to be without tuv msuianct; nc. acr can ho laid any good reason 01 justification io not do ng *.o. The i'ederal of Ch u.jjo is am oiu n..o ' Itgal re- serve l fe insurance ecu.*,«. .>. ~ *.«*.. 4 r.vo those commanded by experience if deiadea and founded up- on 0 arcct business princi^rb. The safest, most economical and ;uiest way to create an estate—to p-o ect loved onos or old ;g<?, is to carry life, insuiaucc. the lieest-lroin-wir.y wry is 1o ca-ry life in- surance. In heat or cold—rain or sunshine—storm or calm—prosperity or adversity—day and night—life insurance continues its benefieient work, 'l'ne tenns and conditions are fair,...

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

1ft I as I teed close before] Pucketfc^ Wood Cou print! my tdiii j ■ii 'i f:"' •'!' :: uijlCf IV' '.•*■•> 1_ <" ' '' '• III oil us a in - icISuajf -■:e hilii) '. fN:'-. CWUti 'Iluk.. liJCtwkl „ Ull mi *pwj| 11 iy , II yyNSBQarWEEKLY WWSMARPir ]r>> 1923 i Why Look Around for a Suit that YOU FIT When You Can Order It Here to FIT YOU No man can answer this question wu h nit t<kn ^wi u Z ! 'r^h "« MAqDE..oi" Se CLOTHES ate the real kir;d to wear. ^ra-- Individual service is the idfil m. i t„ i« i • the cost is no more it dispenses with ,11 ny, Ask for our qualites around the pc u!ar ' figures of $25.00 to $3x00. Kki 'A* \ //, • \w % ■SI Nr -A Wade Weather by it #?InKlcriess "f ,uirpoHO In tlio fonudntion of nil succomb. iltli llif i""" ",J" '"'V*8 exactly what ho wants and ilui<l«l«on gotliiitf li who usually gets It. ' We nrc too prone to look upon money rather than J < mind ns our Kotil. Money hiirnis only tho uian who has ' bii| learned to help himself. J' it Is ...

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

,11— I1 _ WINN9B0R0 WBSKLT NKW8 TAKCH1M9M PERKINS BROS. GREATER SPRING STOCKS WILL INTEREST YOU NOW Spring Ready-to- Wear r 2iXl Coat Suits $24.75 to $44.74 Two and Three Piece Suits Revealing (he New Models in Box and Balkan Effects Finest quality Poiret Twill and Trycotines in smart models and very distinctive. You'll be delighted with these suits at these attractive prices. Dresses $17.50 to $34.75 Scores of beautiful Dresses in Taffeta and Crepe in a complete range of colors and color combinations. See these new Dresses and note how reasonable they're priced. / ;,V • W* ■ m j>L ■ j -' THE GREAT STOCK OF THE PERKINS BROTHERS STORE HAVE BEEN MADE PRACTICALLY COMI'I.ETE WITH THE LATE ARRI- VALS OF GREAT SHIPMENTS OF NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE AND YOU ARE URGENTLY REQUESTED TO VISIT THIS BIG STORE NOW AND INVESTIGATE THE NEW SPRING VALUES IN PRACTICAL, DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE. New Spring Piece Goods ■P fc_LL . New Clothing v ;• u1' \\4 \ a ' "X 1"i f •vii DRESS GINGHAMS 15c Thousands ...

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

-~4kr ng >24.50 |piece Blue' and fast | also to be i ed $16.50 $2-1.50' !9.50 some in lip;, 2 a. |n. Price *29.6 P lo jidras and I .>1.00 111 in 75c |wcd, 08c at J.95 nen 3.45 Ind P8c 5 4^ MONEY ^^WWWIRtWrBHKLY NEWBMARCH l«, rm — '■ ask,—MI'H er. The money you hav* '.buried fan some out-of-the. way place—it's a' temptation to Others—it's a menace t<> you. It's so.wisy to spend when you have it at hand. It's eay going and when start- ed it's Rone. Why not bunk your money at the First National Hank? You can get it whenever you want it. but yoti won't «pend it when you do not want to do so. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas [four street tax ^6 Vore the 31st of this month i Save the peoidty. Isilks! Georgeous Silks, Pais- Lc Cantons, Crejvs, lafletas, ■ • • I• /il >11< i Bnpeables, Exclusive .—The Enterprise. Pat- Hosiery:! That stylish wide t eam "Eiffel" Silk for $1.50.- The Enterprise, See Mrs. Westfwook & Mark- er for your sewing; all work guaranteed to plea...

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

— WINNSBOKO WEEKLY NEWSMARCH 15, 1923 LAST CALL FOR EASTER m LITTLE FOR SALE—Seed cane, $1.10 per hundred stalks. Hoy Dum- 4U , route 3, Winnsboro. 28. LOST—One gray coat sweater. Finder please return to Hiram Williams. •V U { H- ¥ • a . Hand Tailored Suits at Lower Prices ALL PURE WOOL QUALITY IN THE FABRICS—RICH, NEW PATTERNS % AND COLORS—THE VERY LATEST OF THE SEASON—YOU GET THEM ALL 1 HERE AT VERY LOW PRICES IN OUR $ Famous Hand Tailored Clothes for Spring EVERY GARMENT DESIGNED AND CUT TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL MEAS- URE. THAT'S YOUR ASSURANCE OF _ A PERFECT FIT rmW\ Tffw inV ~ANl) MKE YO(fk SELECTION WHILE OUR ASSORTMENT OF WOOLENS IS COMPLETE. Turner Mercantile EGGS — White Wyandotte $1.25 jper setting.—Paul Gor- man. 27. FOR SALE—Complete shingle mjjl with boiler and engine; ca-j pacity 60,000 shingles per day. R. L. Taylor, route 1, Peach. Texas. 2(5. EGGS—Rhode Island, $1.501 per setting. Every setting guaranteed. Eggs sent by par-j eel jx>st. Allen Turner, Sul-j phur Springs,...

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

I WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 15, 1928 1NG notice! hursday, light bay] j. 01 lire land | ut be sold It my 7, 1923, Jacks found Mai I tax off Ibe paid I ros #r tmk k'r K.NOW I IBOUT „ PINCH* &<] I lint and Varnish Products Prevent Destruction turda EiL1 Devils! Millions ride in on every breeze m Wmm &&■■># i 4 Th«y lay a pall of ugllnaaa ovar lha beauty of tha rooma. Their defiling Angara airangla tha charm and bcimlrcli thaclaanllnaaiof lha homa. l 'r.7 .pr- *V 3 ~->*E2r- Pravam tha avU that duat can do. Apply Devoa Valour Flnlah. Thla flat oO paint, because It la wthmbh, Inauraa tha eonatant beauty and elaanllnaaa of tha walla. REXALL DRUG Hm ,tlh ti«> ' u"' n,,M Vtlwi' PI«Uli-« «•' "M <5>,m H.IU..4 l!'"""1 ~ eoioolt1 •• ' fltM-kt'J •• «!•«• STORE LETTER FROM SENATOR POLLARD Austin, Feb. 28, 1923. Winnsboro News, i Winnsboro, Texas. Dear Editor: The State Department of La- bor has submitted to the Farm Bloc a plan to assist in bring- ing about a better...

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

m I (fl 1 :1 ! w*-— WINNBORO WEEKLY NEWS-HARCp 18, as •> m * y if • 'S <iii j i THE GARMEN t . J. B. Parfeer In Charge Where Better Garments are Individually Designed and Made Especially to Your Type and Exactly to Your Measurements*. Better materials of late designs. G arnsents practically HamJ- Made, with a Perfect Fit Assured, We are now receiving orders • fronr out-of-t<v .vn customers. Let's make dRats the beginning of a "Factory"'for "Better Garments" in Winnsboro. Your Co-operation and Encoarai jenient Appreciated. Winnsboro Texas PERFECT CLUB R. J. Turner Manager Winosboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at WinnsbQro. Texas under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. LER PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY W.lrtTpiERSON Attorney and Counselor at I*iw Suites 311-312 and 313 8rd. Floor Slaughter Building, Dallas, Texas. Special attention to business of...

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

% n £s>> / i? cemn £ ctus. XIV.—NO. 27. city election jUsessor and Collector: ' COLON WYLIK ^STEVENSON . city Secretary: j C JENNINGS J; f. GIBSON jber of commerce rhc bad condition of the HEALTH PROMOTION WEEK The State Board of Health has set the week from April 2nd to 8th next as Health Pro- motion Week. The first day of the week, Monday, is clean up day; Tuesday, Pure Food Day; Wednesday; Sanitary Improve- ments; Thursday, Child Wel- fare; Friday, Prevention of Disease among WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, MARCH 22, 1928. The marketing department . ® Winnsboro Poultry As- sociation report having made a good start in disposing of theii weekly supply of eggs. Sever- al cases were shipped to a firm in Dallas Saturay and we un tierstand a good price was real- ized. The writer was at the Chamber of Commerce office Saturday afternoon and watch- ed the packing of eggs. Each egg is neatly branded with a rubber stamp, "Guaranteed, Winnsboro," together with the number of the shipper....

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