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

W1NNSB0R0 WBEKLY NEWS MARCH 22, 1928. .'■I I T I 3 Palni and Varnish Products Prevent Destruction w Havoc — swept in on every raindrop! It woodwork wtre (Jive it would ■hri«k with terror at the touch of water. For molitgre I* a deadly enftny to wood — rlppm* it fibre! apart — warping It — rotluiK away tta beamy. Through accident, water la occaa a tor tally bound to Invade every room. Whrt are you doini to protect tlm troadT Deroe Point and Vamlah Prod uc I a will make your .woodwork almoat a arlawlnt by beeptng the inoiature the beauty la I REXALL DRUG STOKE VMAwrl mtfttfirttf with D«vo#An nS| rV i«h,,Dt oi Till Interior Varonh, |)fv«>« MirtoUe, Pill# MirkU I Ion !' r i bV«rnitb.D«Y(KllulUudUn(ia>«L QUITMAN HOME BURNED FERTILIZERS 'Mined a, homo of P. March 14.— The N. Thomas, editor t qf the Quitman Democrat, at Quitman, this county, was de- stroyed by lire at 8 o'clock this, morning. The lo^s is mor.- than $7,000 with $3,000 in ur-j ance. Thomas lost his print- ing' plant by...

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

j ? *~<r> L, 1 fO.i, £ OtVgj, f&C.O ,/7 <Ji- ff %J \ \ •[ v OTe order |t. and oider the [ring? and liendi Iwork >alh WINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWS TARCH 22, 1923. •'"i.ttl'i iWli POTATO Y^OU get more mileage, smoother gointf> better distri- bution of load, long- er ^huting tire car- cae , and curb and rijt-r**i ting side- wall strength in tho 0l „ Cootiyear Cord ji- ,, I'll the bev- eled All -Weather Ti'ead. It's tha greatest tira Good- year ever made. We have your size now in stock, and give you real service. At C.oodyczr ScrPic€ Station Dealer* im« •/' «n«/ recom- mend (>oodymr Tir— mnm lim h them up with etandmrd CmServicm ;0K0 SERVICE station Cr. *' .r^ <v tr ■Mr>xau ®es If there is is efficient lood lack of normal vitaminc contu-: ihe food is like a g wire without electricity; it g lacks the power to function. 3 Enrols! enhance ', the value of the daily diet, because it adds the precious vitamines thatheip .sustain and promote healthful progress. Scott's Emu...

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

I I* I WINN8B0R0 WMEKLY KKWBMARCH 22, It*. ' • • / Wiaaskori Weekly News Hmmt R. Weir, Editor meats at a big expense to the tax payers.. vice, and continue over Easter. We most respectfully invite the cooperation of the Christian people, regardless of denomina- tional lines. Brother Cunning- A farmer, who was carrying 1 an express package from a city 91.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCEjmail order nouse, was accosted!ham will be us to assist in the by a local merchant: Why don't you buy that bill of goods from me," he asked. "I could have Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, 8ttVed you the express, and be- ftnder the act of March 3, 1879. j yOU would have been pat- —— 7""~" ~ ionizing a home store, which Advertising rates made known on application. ionizing pay the taxes and builds up the locality." With characteristic T-_*rmv nnm.v fraiknea8 the farmer replied: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY (don't you patronize your Ihome paper and advertise? I r...

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

•« I fy .*l • \11 >1 •TfTf or Life's Uncertainty will beconu' of you when you can no longer [fork ft" " —and'what will become of your L ones if y« " taken 111 die? I iy thinn certain in life is ts uncertainty. You une altri this—you can provide again>t it. A Ws Account at the First National Hank is one #f insurance that insures against all things. $1 lit. tits ^tes jn f the Its for First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas ummvmmmm ™ bub WINNSBORq WEEKLY NBWg\iA p/m jjg, 1928. lin^^Lf0 ^'r8^ C'U8H upholster- I for 'vtm u5Ter th08e chairs I lor you.—Westbrook & Garrett ed'' ^^o'UMhead has accept- N«ionT& Wilh th* Fi'" p. Phdn and fancy sewinir 4 uirS8 WMU"-""k I. J. Kendrick and C. M •wvnwK hWC!'U in Dallus "<' week. fl>8t of th(; U. M. Thomas""was l?r Terrell uesday and Wednesday. Sec Mr. Craddock and pay your street tax now. Mil about $20,800.00 >uits braid f ty. |> the \mw iWl.„ T , penn Gorman and Euliss Mc- Last year about Crary were in Pittsburg Mon- for cr...

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

X'?' •'■•I i.: t V. ,1 \ > ' L ' i i WTNNSBOHO WEEKLY KkW.4-MARCH 22, 1923. "Lots for Tour Money Brands" Should Not Tempt You—Use CALUMET The Economy BAKING POWDER That's What Millions of Housewives 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. The sales of Calumet are over 150% greater than that of any other bak* BEST BY TEST ing powder. THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER LITTLE ADS FOR SALE—Complete shingle mill with boiler mid engine; ca- pacity 60,000 shingles per <h0'- R. L. Taylor, route 1, Peach, Texas. 26- (a A K INO PQWPgjcT hali IIY A mm * CONTENTS II* ( / EGGS—Rhode Island, per setting. Every guaranteed. . Eggs sent 1 eel post. Allen Turner, phur Springs, route 2. $1.60 setting )y r*v- Sul- 27. AMUSU PROGRAM Monday and Tuesday, March !20th and 27th ACROSS THE CONTINENT Featuring Wallace Reid This picture is full of action from start to finiish. ...

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

■ r- | , 7 ■ mr\• — •-* w • r WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 22, 1928. ^rnuii k- . •" of their |nH. They . >*P or to „ I Tt# people "®r*te , writing wj l lw some i of a mor | of their . >ro writinff - ,h(7 reeorj >f brains wiU| him would I two or i ^ t in | hunh i | would pat | ion when f*Hjr be eiji [iflt for the] of todiy | ,-hf more ti, I to corrupt \ yooth, ( jrho onriil ti |repmofi rchlid*r ii jmanmcr loom oa its oaghtl irt-n uorcl in youth, i |to the iter. [incwhore Intisboroi 1 Lman, one| 1 pair m« r pi casei Ino, Te: Ini,is, pin Ins, and < I little ■hen nol I Vaughn, i oat plant! <11 fremiti tick to ctO| lifer fool i unto who i titflnillt? i can itol <• may 1W |fraid tod do wtfl 11, la a i ■nottlltf 1 the pMt( without! Ily ruereljl |lr iniada I tralned,J M to UM Iiatlu lilt It l 1 beuaWI jGHT & VICKERS Dealears in General Merchandise Winnsboro, Texas xt Door to T. 5. Steed "Feeling Fke!" \ "I was paie p.nd thin, hardly i •«ble to jo, Mys Mrs. Bessie Bearde...

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

t I J * , ; 1; I B't' '< "!il Sii -Mr , (SI i H n, ft' V •. • i ! I THE WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS «— WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 22, I I * UNTIL APRIL FIRS'! WE OFFER FOR ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Or We Will Send You the Winnsboro Weekly News and the Dallas Semi-Weekly News for $1.75 a Year SAVE THAT QUARTER JEASTER CAROLING IS BECOMING POPULAR One of the newest phases of the community music move- ment, which has made such im- portant readway in this country since the war, is outdoor carol- ling on Easter morning along the lines of the very successful street cabling on Christmas Eve. Like the Christmas Eve car- oling, now held in hundreds of cities throughout the country, outdoor singing at Easter is the revival and transplanting of a beautiful Old World custom. As is well known, many of the practices connected with the festival of the Resurrection are traceable to the heathen races of northern Europe, to whom the occasion represented the coming of spring, release from the bonds of winter an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 March 1923

/J s FROM hich 1 de e, I ha- e I race ior| iol lector, lose who I lpport Mil lhad jrivd libit; cond reciate thi Vious elee| J. H. Hi| ipound 1 |i(fh Quid JNG Itopittaj |i irriuuM o-raM er«TI I'chMt U'l a CoW*! L «at jlsJSc. 1st to l J Ion v#" |)ay ] J" i M Itiv prtrt* lor M 5 It toW m'I >hin6'| \; '/ ittti&h&t# -NO. 28. I vou city election L Assessor and Collector: 1 SOLON WYLIfcJ CAM STEVENSON Ifor City Secretary: j C JENNINGS i T. GIBSON IciTY election NEXT TUESDAY PROCTOR BROS. CO. BUY TAYLOR & SON STOCK To the General Public: We have taken over the bus- iness of R. L. Taylor & Son and expect to continue the business aloug the same lines, hoping to hold all old customers and friends and expecting new ones at all times. Mr. Otis Taylor will still be connected with the business and take personal in- WINNSBORQ, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, MARCH 29, 1928. Pure Food Show Last Week Largest Ever Held Here $1.26 PER Y£AR And n i doubt most of the tcrest in all your grocery nee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 March 1923

B w II u >'l1 i Af^vf '>t vf At t >.vf > vf MI'Mf 'f VI / At the Amusu Theatre Monday and Tuesday A GEOItGE MEUX)KD PRODUCTION "Ihe Warn an Who Walked Atone" Featuring Dorothy Lut on and Milton Sil.s A picture that is great in every respect—cast, :t ry. settings and direction. Not in a long time hav,s all of these attributes been b'.ended so harmoniously into a production. Here Miss Dulton reveals a fire and an action which represents her art in a new I glit. SEE IT BY ALL MEANS ADMISSION—10 and 25c • |M§\W|W4v / tvV >Y t IYY#W/IW W1NNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MARCH 29, 1928 DEACON DUBBS To Stop a Cough Quick *H>YES' HEALING HONEY, a cough medicine which stops the coutfh by healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues. A bo* of GROVES O-PEN-TBATE SALVE for Chest Colds, lead Colds aud Croup is enclosed with every bottle cf HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve •tumid be rubifed on the chest and throat •f children sufferinii from a Cold or Croup. Tlu> healing uffoct of Ibyaa' Hea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 March 1923

!> =r-' CYC* 1 [Wli it //V *S I '" n r <• THEM I1ITED TOO, |IUCK- IENT lit you -n I Ik I ;d a 11 foe*1 Innd J her.' lull ■If wc.ir-l reins'| 1IC.V w.u I ■ |n I "* I 1 Centum 4 "*l> <f*^¥ I !-• ' Factories are fully insured, why not YOUR FARM? Manufacturing plants are fully protected from loss— farmers should be. I very fanner should he fully insured against every risk lit- takes. Farming is just as much a business as manufacturing. Tlu< Hartford Fire Insurance Company, with its ckan record of over a century, wiii indemnify you against loss in buildings, crops, machinery or cattle. It will guard you against loss from fire, tornado, wind or hail.' You'll be surprised how small a yearly expenditure will fret complete protection for you. A letter or 'phone call will get details without obli- gation. I winnsboro weekly news march 29, 1928. sarah bernhardt dead | ' Paris, March 26.—Mine. Swab Bernhardt, famous tragedy n.:e, is (lead. Mme. Bernhardt dieu at 7:u0 i P- in., ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 March 1923

WINNSMMIO WUKLY NSW8MARCH 29, 192S. Wiopsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor ifi 7.1 jfr ill1§ ii 91.25 A YEAH IN ADVANCE Entered as gecond-clasa mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the, poetoffice at Wuimboro, Texas, | ander the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known | on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY j Treasury Savings Certificates PERKINS BROS. COMPANY With an increasing month-to- month demand for the Govern- ment's Treasury Savings Cer- tificates regularly reflected in this postoffice's report, the lo- cal investment per capita cf safely salted away money is moving upward at a steady and gratifying rate. Because of their loss-proof features, which eliminate any possibility of loss or deprecia- tion, plus the attraction of com- pound interest, Treasury Sav- ings Certificates here have be come a greatly favored security for the investment of funds. This is all very pleasing, be- cause every safely invested dol- lar and every coin added to a growing bank account m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 March 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS *ARCH tb, 1923. '/,Af , 'l/.wja, preparation For Opportunity ^erf is opportunity—it knocks at every door—will be ready f< opportunity when il is ready for 1 preparation for opportunity means success for \ Hank Account at the First National Hank is s, sure, certain preperation for opportunity. Did you see the difference in Claude Haraw c , wonderful story. As to values none do or can show ? * ^id °you 'wit1"/*' ' live belter for I, .ter.-W. C. or biscuit iTl^l Odd Hour/ It you diou't, tne tiio., was not all it should have been for you. If you did; null nui. lA.'f.'l' • T « 'AHMV/.Af'/.W dodgen Co. Misses Vivian and Velma .'!®?n °* Alexandria, La., are visiting their aunt, Mrs. C. L. Wilson. rou you. the one . We can supply you with all' kinds of nicktl plated cabine Gug i4iminaek and Adophus (*iht were h>mefrom S. M U from Friday till Wednesday. First National Bank Wirmsboro, Texas Swift's fertilizers. There If you want Gold Leaf Flour Lw better. Get an an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 March 1923

«■ WINNSBORO W1BKLY NEWS 'iARCH 29, 1928. I'i WRIGHT & YICKERS }t Dealears in General Merchandise Winnsboro, Texas Next Door to T. S. Steed kV |< -f h[ 'it1 / & t V ; j ff ! ■ I; Ifi I 1 i AMUSU PROGRAM Monday and Tuesday THE WOMAN WHO WALKED ALONE Featuring Dorothy lJalton Wednesday FOURTEENTH LOVER With Viola Dana • Thursday . • f, TABLE TAB RANCH With an all star cast Friday COME ON OVER It's a Coldwyn Production l it. Saturday THE (JREAT NIGHT With William Russell ADMISSION—10c and 25c ItVprSWMK. a.,.. • t I ! Is April 1st Order That Easter Suit Now! MAX HITT irnife ass! 'U S \' R -Co^'n'ete 'hint?1 mill with boiler and engine; ca- pacity GO,000 shingles per day. R. L. Taylor, route 1, Peach. Texas. 26. EGGS—Rhode Island, $1.50 per setting. Every setting guaranteed. Eggs sent by par- cel post. Allen Turner, Sul- phur Springs, route 2. 27. EGGS—White Wyandotte, for hatching, $1.50 i«r 16. Also a few full blood hens for sale.— C. II. Taylor, route 5. Si c * * ■xJHWx Sg ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 March 1923

ur Qr t your br«|B. amoug An <* rilB, t#| fhe be«t u,, ( ,n«n in , of «l e h«t, wer to Stt *e W th* ™ we fve to die | to cut out I * work u ,ut «"u|>otltorii The itr '•otter cft-ordL •' «lii< Ht|on i of 11 uum'! it tent ion, the i k' of the lu w*lcl has lei April pall( ( forgot 'hi sure yc kaen reg I' me, "Coi 1" we must- Iren do,—wd ] down, fp ' ram, that! lind W| cot! 1 kenturpsonul Ibeen blind,! Bo, I harkl >'• I ean'tl Id,—" Come I TliANl f>m the loving jr their I I in ouri |e, sair lvas laid] |our de We tss our I}, Go [>u all. Iren, I of rson. lutes jal aupp lias. lOer lip in l l> thinkil lialize the ] 1,234,0 indi I hut wi menc 9gNT AND STAHTKI> I ^try printcr- farmer'8 '",-s • cher's '"'V- hnn«i"s boy. t>^Store cleik. nier's l o.v . oy and miner. farmer's boy. Butcher's boy. puddler. _ ^JfHEALTH I kH{JkIo ,.,u '«n'" produce Tous BODY J, lot lick h.«d"b«. ■ lion, Pills - - —- -II I ! A DOCTOR DOCTORED ' *~r-k'Av WEEKLY MJ MARCH HARMONY NEWS A live-wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 March 1923

# M .1 V I-': : ; j; 1 • '• ; t' | P ' f ' i> y * w ■ if* I ! wnofflBono weekly news march s . urn. 1..1.' Mrs. J. R. Parker, expert designer and maker of better garments, in charge with three assistants, will make gar- ments exactly to your type and measurement of better ma- terials, practically h'\nd made, at a saving of 20 per cent to :J0 per cent. We are receiving orders from out of town customers. I is/greatly to your interest to l ave Mrs. Parker to plan and make your garments for this spring. We manufacture taffeta, canton, paisley dresses, silk blouses, skirts, sport garments and the better dresses of organdie, tissue gingham, and such like. We are special- izing on graduating dresses. Our stock of material a d trimmings arc the best. Ready-to -W ear Iff M ' JL" *i Beautiful Sport Dresses, Taffetas, Cantons, rang- ing from $10 to $29.50 A special sale of Springs Suits at— $18.95, $23.65 and $28.65 If we do not have exactly what you desire in stock, we manufacture same for...

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

I i V / J J 9 kistcr tally |in ess the ev- )Iay. tti sire. , 7:30 Irs. Geo.l tod Tel | Conti loruiI .Sop W«j iDimtsbor# tlfrcMtj ■VOL- JJV.—NO. 29. 'inns^oro Man Is a Director of L. R. & N. WIWNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, APRIL 5, 1923. WINNKHS IN WOOD COUNTY TItACK MEET Following is a list of the win- ■ pE't CAPITA WANTED Austin, Texus, March 31.— 3 FOP. SCHOOLS The charter of thn l^ni«anc charter of the Louisiana Railway and Navigation Com Austin- April j puny of Texas, with capital iSi scVkkJi fund should stock of W^O, was today *V'" '' int.nl of 1 297 000 ^PProved by ihe Attorney Gen- i n Texas is the opin?«"d tiled in the oifice f *f? 'KT State " ®f Scale. Wil.- „Ll -nt of Public In- mn' .^"born ot New Orleans, Sctioii The apportionment president oi the company, Med rtfrfiolMUc year is $10 UMi c,iart«r- A^aa neaoquatv t and the $8,000,000, ei?"re. ^. be at Greenville. E-ereentv appropriation made1., he Louisiana Railway a;d hll;< Legislature boosted the ^'tfation Company ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 April 1923

\ i;; 1 i p; ii- 11 I; W1NN8B0R0 WEEKLY NEWS PRIL 5, 1923. After Every Meal mmm IF WOMEN ONLY NEW Sua Cliew your food well, tben use WRIGLEY'S lo aid digestion. It also keeps the teeth clean, breath sweet, appetite keen. Tho Crmat American Switmiat D-9 Sit* the Wrtppui To Stop a Cough Quick take* HAYES* HEALING HONEY, a cough medicine which stops the ooui(h by healing the inflamed and irritated tissues. A box of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE SALVE for Cheat Colds, Mead Colds and Croup U enclosed with every bottle of HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve should be rublfcd on the chest and throat of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. The h.dlnit effect of Hayea' Heeling Hooey In- ikle lliu throat combined with tha healing effect of GrovVi O-Pan-Irate Salve through the purei of cha akin aooii atopa a cough. Both remedlea arc i>ui ked In una eartun and tha eoat of the combined treatment ia 35c. *Just ask your druggist for HAYES' HEALING HONEY. What p Heap of Ha^pintSM ii Would Brie;? lo Winnsbo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 April 1923

e it)^2 100 car I ada J}| ndale Litis sea. tws. fttcs I Wold be fiinnj |K> nm ' I,ih you ww tita ton." We uik I'll*, "'I no* in. world's balk I music of the Inrinon froa |t<> I lie rns| rt >*y i r th« taper nervier feu hi Jafaa ^lilr In Spdk through ilia Ihitl us.- thin letter terries I'll II In In- lliii Hiimli Icon Mil), |rut T«. vimr rentiers prvlce which 11 HI 11 • > I every |e differ** this I'lidA* lime; In tlm Tin ii differ- jlino; In the difference It lit- I ii Mi rn , lours differ- n |ns from all -from the | the frnut tin' bnlmy tlie lent* from th« the star-, tiling uh ot end the |ug Why I ery Hu > took. tud let u I I ooapersts' Irrlcr thnj Itlie waves jreel doc |verninenl urUt Mf| TkM. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL r, 1923. R> Uads^trM to tfie HARTFORD ij // Farminghazards that can be covered by a policy of insurance in the Hartford Fire Insurance Company. Buildings can he insured against loss by fire, lightning and windstorm. Crops are destroy- ed by hai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 April 1923

V HEWS april 5. 1928. —— *• ■||J ill 1 Winwboro Weekly News • l It Weir, Editor $1.26 a Year in advance Entered as second-claw mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, tinder the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MR. FORD AGAIN Four million dollars to Henry Ford is little mhre than an item in a day's transactions when it Comes to the ■question of wheth- er he shall :pay it out or not. Accordinglv, when he pays it out on a claim which he is not Compelled 4>y law to recognize, the point is not the unselfish- ness of a four-million-dollar benefaction, but the fact of his recognition of the claim. Mr. Ford paid such a claim the oth- er day The circumstances seem to be that when Mr. Ford paid $8,- 000,0*') for the Lincoln Com- pany-at the receiver's sale last year, that amount lacked $4,- 000,000 of being enough to make all the creditors of the company whole. Under the terms of the purchase Mr. Ford wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 April 1923

WTNMMBORQ WEEKLY MEWf APRIL 5, 1928. ,T HXLL ^j ve not um _ P*rt ofS Id in a Jew 1 of tl« UDs (t of the J r: Some ri jile oUier&j^j nt cotton, very ggod exception of] 18 very sick i In. Wfiltet./ d Muw ua* dlas are Mrs. Q. J | Weems and I Irs. John II. Dickey [ter were vii Crock's Spivey spent] |h Iva Spj Bfll' Her.. |Center Iiaj burg FridiJ ind fAmily I his (laugh | Carl Ilam-j at' Mu punday. Tufigle and| >ro vish le's Sunday.! Waiter Jys at Winn and' Riyi the picni| Irday. le younsr iHamP' }yed sihpn jlsby and callers aftenro J>ivey spen I her sisterj I Perry villi | lhad i HMltbyt Ith Worm ! jttei powb_ I- sii/Back i 111 TONIC L J rnrteh IWIl t uit&natli JftlfOI. Ir m il (ImC It 10 t«ka. k| idrii iJewe i i A J The Best Business Reference Your credit is exactly what you make it. A bank account is worth far more to you when th,. time comes, than an armful of letters of recommendations. Money in the bank, is what talks, and such a snmll l>eftfnnu*|j, such as a well ...

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