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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 April 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 5, 1928 _ I 8;f:l 1 VR I - \ - WRIGHT & Y1CKERS Dealears in General Merchandise Winnsboro, Texas LITTLE AOS FOR SALE—Complete shingle mill with boiler and engine; ca- pacity 60,000 shingles per day. R. L. Taylor, route 1, Peach, Texas. 26* EGGS—Rhode Island, $1; 0 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 per 16. Also a few full blood hens for sale.— Will deliver in town Wednes- days and Saturdays.— C. R. Tayor, route 5. Next Door to T. S. Steed the baptist 75 million Baptists of the Rehoboth As- sociation are hereby reminded that the spring campaign is now on for payments and pledges. Every Baptist is urg- ed to make the largest payment possible. Pastors will not fail to urge the matter upon their people. In the event churches have no pastors, let some in- terested person make announce- ments at Sunday School from time to time and see that...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 April 1923

CE ST ortunlty to ,/jN ri,I, n<7 U th,, Ik l>,# "tokut .J " "* h«r n^ « «U«. upo?7" n®g|#rt, - j. or* 'U/ *^«,| "'S bh •■Mfe J ? but K am* !• Point ^ T,n * nt u*, w,Ul rtoui^,, J'0'"' bruin > . "1 other r«U<* ? •** toCJ ln<w « man I wbo t r raorjf not sjKikcn to (| |«"t word, W(.r,| lwlak and dot I'we tiilklnj;. "oMy evirl la*Hiiir Tiio, ! P«p world If ,fl h'xl f#lk«| ifo • bow iuw Uilujf* m|| ar* now left"] ImiM that hua l01" to iimk« | And It iW't, Po«u *ald of | jrc three ev« |i<1 aa the f« Iplnws ind 4 I1® another, • tnat deal] |e commisiij }nd, Coma Jure half j $2.00 Yeager.i mtadj [e Man te 'mm Jteghi'* lot* jf 3 Cans iking Powder Kct Worth the Price ol One they are the "big can and xtdu" kind because they iay mean baking failures. MET mKIISIG POWDER Don't let a BIG CAN or a very low price mislead you. Experimenting with an uncertain brand is ex- pensive — because it Wastes time and money. The sales of Calumet arc over 150% greater than that of nny other baki...

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

WtNNBBORO WEEKLY NEW? OWL $, 1«S. ill M METHODIST CHURCH Easter was one glorious oc- casion with U8 this year. In spite of the rain good attend- ance was had at every sjiv; c but one, and the revival Meet- ing reached a great climax Sun- day night when 14 njesr.be a were received into the church BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Theo. A. Binford, Pastor. The ladies of our church ol served a day of prayer last Fii day. The meeting was well at tended and the programs woif very inspiring. It was indeed a day of prayer and Spifiiut: ica^Ung. Our women are doint 8 days. at both morning and services the choir making a total of 21 during the VW,|J[ wo,k- k Am* vvith a crowded kuise' ii,e Woman8 Missionary S,. ndevrniiig g* «■ ** « ■** a mos. seemed t > thorou h ®lud> ot thc l) ak 0 .land tip-toe and tip top abavj S""8'" ""d01' the ka. er.-h p o anything it liud ever done be- "'*• Newman All t,,, lad fore, and rendered some moat 'uve boen *™', y * .V ^ excellent music, the echo ot thl" T *fi ft &l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 April 1923

V) A y/ -to-We^j >artnn | mux tl:i - irj 5;tol 93:59^ pse, 2'pii|> [le for nurfe btdcfl Ir I HOKC (,. lose for Iji iHoso fur $t.98| <pt*fnsr MurtrU, I 84 Such 1.0*1 prices. Two |ake any sty|,j imterials and sailors J2.50 p- $3.75] - $5.00 $6.75 its $8.501 at $1.25, - — $2.95 J Business. J trgains. E Texas IGHT throat] Bldg. pboro the 1 ay befoul jL, m. d,.| Surgeon to Gc on St) ione fl )rug Jaypfcnw1 tRLO(}R A III at! ;of . wq kljshfflMt I InnslMKO. r. to Uai k>ak jf i/i 1 • / Pitttt$hwj0f Xjv.—N()• 80. i'usic MEMORY CONTEST A. A «?♦♦$ «$• WAtiNBK (1813-1883) khard ^ wh0 ,has ]V enriched the modern was born in As a boy much interested in through his step- ,vho was an actor. Lich- music lessons, of music git, Germany. | became theatre Hit!'. I m give" W1NNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, APRIL 12, 1923. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BODY 01 MAN FOUND Present inJ^na now point °N ^ °F R0AD to one of the swellest events ever before staged in Winns-' County" Texas, April 6.—Hop- N. & R. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 April 1923

WINNSBORO.WEEyUENEWS APRIL 12, 1923. Nk si. ■'it i 4$< 4 REVIVAL AT ROCKWALL OLD HOSTELRY TO BE RAZED Continental, in Philadelphia, Ha* Shat- tered Many Notablaa, Both For- eign and American. for, . i etf '1 I AMf RJCAN TOMftO CQI ]llJL'iil;ikiLIUiUniUlUi'l--lL" Tl 1 After Every Meal WMGLSYS Top off each meal with a bit ot sweet in the iorm | of WRIGLEY'S. It satisfies thr sweet tooth au< aids digestion. Pleasure an benefit combined. San ike Wr.p- D-7 IF WOMEN ONLY NEW What a Heap of Happiness < Homes. it Hard to do housework with an aching back. Brings your hours of misery at leisure or at work. If women only knew the cause—that Backache pains often come from weak kidneys, Twould «ave much needless woe. Doan's Kidney PiUs art for ■weak kidneys. Read what a Winnsboro citi- zn says: Miss Nellie Steed, Myrtle St., says: "I am glad to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills for I know they are a good remedy. My kidneys were weak and inac- tive. I became run down and nervous. My back ach...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 April 1923

rgt Ceni can hold iat you'll t a cheap der make wii I V Courm \ apt ".•akin# 0 #%Vi' **aMl IJSST BT" p POWDl YOUR n people are today lof PYORF Iform overed scie'i ranteed to in ary ca. br dru?sri«t phase price] ltirely gatii obtained. /RUG SI ' and Infl IK TIMM I •a box Ml int ads f«* .' irM <em ptANr OKKr, r 'r i/KstT | GO#*♦ 1/4 At ' *% ?:• L"W IV ve ;pe( WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEV'H APRIL 12, 1923. " SilS ♦ • THE UNIVERSAL CAR announcement Of Interest to Millions of Families "I will build a car for the multitude" Said Henr^ Ford in 1903—Read how the fulfillment of that prophecy is now made possible through the Ford Weekly Purchase Plan FOR MANY YEARS IT HAS BEEN HENRY FORD'S PERSONAL AMBITION TO MAKE THE FORD THE UNIVERSAL FAMILY CAR-TO PUT IT WITHIN THE REACH OP THE MILLIONS OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE NEVER BEEN PRIVILEG- ED TO ENJOY THE BENEFITS OF MOTOR CAR OWNERSHIP. DURING THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS OVER 7,500,000 FORD CARS HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE HANDS OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS—MORE THAN MILLIO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 April 1923

I WWNBBORO WEFKLY NEWSAFRIL 12, 1928. .i---. '1 ' •mm !l ■ * S l-.i 13 Charter No. 5674 Reserve District No. 11 Report of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Winnsboro, Texas, in the State of Texas, at the close of bus- iness on April 3rd, 1923. RESOURCES I.oans and discounts, including redis- counts, acceptances of other banks, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsements * f tins bank (except those shown in b and c) $482,828.14 Customers' liability account of accept- ances of this bank purchased or dis- counted by it $ 1,618.58 Total loans -— $484,446,72 Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value) $ 50,000.00 All other United States Government securities (including premiums, if any) $ 79,000.00 Total $129,000.00 j Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.: - 8,501.00, Hanking House - $ 10,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures $ 1,570.00 Real estate owned other than banking house Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank. — Cash in vault and amount due from...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 April 1923

^rouj \s Dry| lent |il>le for; of clean |ir garmel entitled] bents to| | (i econo Ititin fou lidinjf it I nso for >° I ff N idy-Mi ■ WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS FRIL 12, 1923 " ' . '■ ' itT . ^shioRs' j&Xo. k Hal Men $6.45 I hat stick ijj M with eil^ p conservJ ades. They J ting you. |ear very in.| |n in knits fth a vast] patterns. I seen with [ripes and llO C 3 > a I 2 3* i. n 2 rf a' >1 OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First National Bank WINNSBOflO, TKXAS At ||,• do.. of April 8, 1H2H, h Ken.k rrd to the Comptroller of the Currency RESOURCES I Loans & Discounts $422,828.14 U, S. Bmds 60,000.00 Building & Fixtures 11,570.00 Other Heal Estate.... 8,784,79 Stocks & Bonds 2,600.00 Available Cash: Liberty Bonds $116,500.00 Commercial Paper 60,000.00 ( ash & Exchange 205,158.03 $381,658.03 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus Fund.. 100,000.00 Undivided Profits 92,601.05 Circulation 60,000X0 Customers Bonds 87,500.00 Money Borrowed Nona Rediscounts ' None Depos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 April 1923

WINNSBORO WMBCLY NEWBAPRIL It, 1«8 ■■ ' ' I '-'.J. I- — 1 ' ' ! - L'J....J-"J.. H. !;• IBP Yiffl 5, ! : i 'I I ■ ; ">i; i • ' VIJ I Wish "I bare taken Cardui for nm- dowH. worn-out condition, nenrOMneM and tlecpleasMaa, and I was weak, loo," aajra Mrs. Sihrie Eates, of Jenningt, Okla. "Cardui did me just iota of good—ao much that I gave it to my daughter. Sha com- plained of a aoreneaa in her aMea and back. She look tttrte bottles of CARDUI flu Woman's Tonic and her condition was much better. "We have rived here, near Jennings, for 26 years, and now we have our own home in town. I have had to work pretty hard, as this country wasn't built up, and it made it hard for us. "I WISH I could tell weak women of Cardui—the medicine H that helped give me the strength to go on and do my work." E 88 A Child's Need i There is something more than fancy in a child's re- jection of fats on its plate [ and its ready acceptance of I Scott's Emulsion It is a fact that children and 1 grown people o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 April 1923

:>J0 *' j District Federation Meeting to be Held in Athens April 17-18-19 WTNNSBOftO WBKKLY NEWS APRIL It, \9tS. J - .Jl- Ll c i indsav, Mount Pleasant, President. • "L i'ittsburg, First Vice President. trong, Marshall, Second Vice President. I Ar'vlai3li«1- Mount Pleasant, Secretary-Treasurer, fc V Anderson, Winnsboro, Chairman Program. Tuesday Afternoon, April 17th dub Women and Delegates at the Home of Mrs. Harry SnUmar Schot 1. Di'ltrict Executive Board Meeting. Tuesday Evening, April 17th first Baptist Church—8 o'clock President's Evening L ofowart Pittsburg, First Vice President. Presiding, r: ' Kev. M. L. Fuller fJJ) carry Me Hack to Old Virginia /u\ parewell to i bee JSnoanist, Miss Emma John Pinkerton. ^Itor, Mrs. Murray Morrison. "9nH Rhapsodic-' — Lizst Mrs. J. II. Richardson, Mrs. G. C. Basham - Mrs. J. W. Smith, Tyler , of Welcome ItheCitv Mr. Ciaufill H. Cox, Sec'y Chamber of Commerce ■Lent Teachers Association Mrs. A. F. Wood ■Athens Clubs Mrs. H. S. Barron, Presid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 April 1923

H, gm WINNSBORO WEEKLY HEW8AFML It. 1« Jl1 - _ r The Enterprise April Our Ready-towear, Millinery, Throughout the Whole Store in Shoe;. Hosiery and Dry Goods Department. I 20c New Spring Ginghams Narrow Percales, per yard Heavy Cnecks, etc. . 25c Cambric finish Percales 32 inch 30c Spring Ginghams Beautiful Patterns i.i New Materials Pepperell Sheeting 49c, 55c, <">9c Sh?eting is worth much more 20c Bleached Domestic 15c 25c Heavy Shirting — 19c French Ginghams, Ratines, e'c. New Silks and $2.00 Taffetas $1,69 $2.2" Silks $1.89 ?'J.25 Silk Canton $2.H9 Changeable Taffetas, $2.25 to $3.50 yd. Ladies and Men's Good Hose, 2 pr ..25c Men's and Ladies 35c Lisle for ... 25c Indies Silk Hose in gray, nude, black and brown for per pair ...,65c Extra Special—$1.39 Silk Hose ..98c Wide Sfiam lietter Silk Hose for $1.50 $2.50 Full Fashioned Silk Hose for $1.98 A Sale of Shoes and Oxfords $2.98 and $3.98 Special Prices on Ready-to-Wear Especially Ladies Coat Suits. Too, we have Silk Dress...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 April 1923

—> •>, / / i \A mioni o. IE fterial Rigl 111 Be Pin mod tie Jeweler.; If I i ns' ii h<is j lav IVrryvil |tele.<5 chill tJ trty by purl ■ caanmoMk Priwlh |n 6 to 141 rlf PAZOC .. Dlcvlinj of 1_ le« llrhini) Pile.1 IT first ao ft i tiiizers. I Get an i four land.1! sy.—'The smpany. Healthy ( | i Worms I p.i."i bM,| mat h ( (I TONIC Siva j fl CD'Irli Jhe t •a a <>ptnll |"t rr Notvrcj p s, r-A thtThlf L tr. ml*. oil IRRE HEIR IANS- V IN b TO |()ME |,VSE AS AR )E- IW- fj. EN U\i . XIV. -NO. 31. ABOl T THE 1 , j, & N. BANQUET bv Afternoon and Evening April 23rd. ii writerTs in receipt of a from both the secretar- r L Wholesale Merchants ' of New Orleans asking fj |« the privilege of the ■una business men to meet business man possible in Lboro during their stay Iu next Monday afternoon Evening. The most promi- [ business men of New Or- ■ and Shreveport, also Bat- ws and Alexandria will , (hi? excursion. They will Ltmessage for us and it is Lthat every business man Lst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 April 1923

p," fir III iff ' ■iliti ! t W1NN8B0R0 WKBKLYNBW8APRIL 19. 1928. • ^ i ■ ; iil iwflH \ ? 4 ffi' • \ If I Don't Be Fooled Low Price and High Quality Don't Go Together, Stick to CALUMET The Economy BAKING POWDER Never accept "Just as Good" Branfls; it will only mean disappointments and fail- ures on bake-day, wnich are expensive. Calumet is a K3;jh Grade Baking Powder, derate lis Pdce When you use it you never spoil any of the expensive in- gredients used — such as flour, sugar, eggs and milk. The sale of Calumet is 2- it imes as much as that of any other brand. COMTEWTS \ HEST BY TEST THE WORLDS GREATEST BAKING POWDER Examine Your Premises. You will no doubt find many things stored in the side room, barn, woodshed and attic that have long: since been set aside und are now useless, and to you, worthless junk, yet useful and needed by some people, less favorably situated than yourself. If you have one or several such items, now dealing you misery by i-eason of being! in the way, or oth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 April 1923

W' lUICLKY thing at J lin time of! | kidney da Pills are finnsboro /orth. lornbuckle, | I cold settle id I got I often M rk. The was irrei iDoan's Kl lem, gettinj [r's Drug I what I different] |-ee from complaintl jrs. Fostefl i Buffalo, pas chill To 1 by purWytalJ | soon (wl H«S Price Mc. int adi irtti atthewsj I by * ondltlon. pt >n< jtioM. Iperly 1 lutocrMM Ins t>e r criitu n his f«l' of CM It cffltofl Is hert f Int* « L LmpdHI pl«cf ' to "" that l l i hi* |bod«, It hoM tan Ithou) i Ood' | Ik* uf' WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS > P^TT, 19, 1923. •wrtr.t ^k)7<tcC - the universal car Of Interest to LIGHT BRITISH CAPITAL I loot rle Slgna Everywhere In ttia j Street. of tha Hltharto Rathar Dingy city. London at night is now a fairy- land composed of colored electric li^lito winking and tlar-hing froni U)i t portions when* crowds congre- gate. Elcctric advertising signs moot tljc e.ve at every turn, and tens of LITTLE AOS FOR SALE—Complete shingle mill with boiler and engine; ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 April 1923

yv\ ' ■ -v '' S K> i;i . 111**1 HSU8 7 ; ■ T' • „■ :.:T y •1 WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 19, 192S -Ml- Wiopsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor |L25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- tor, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. AMERICAN LEGION TO SHOW UNUSUAL PICTURE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY We truly have sale prices for the month of April. Get your share of the new crisp mer chandise at such low prices.— The Enterprise. APRIL SPECIALS 20c Good Gingham For lOc yd. By special arrangement thej local Post of the American Le- gion has secured the Official U. S. Government picture of the World War, "America's An- swer," which is to be shown two days at the Amusu Thea- tre, starting at 1 p. m., April 28 and 24th. The picture was made during the war by the U. S. Signal J Corps, to be used at the time of the making, officially by the; War Department. The picture is in seven reels...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 April 1923

it, Wei in So >f Iodine 13c | fc Spirits 21c I f,ls 15c Pills ,29c [ tented [ilk ie prepart* for infant | OiLaran-! | butter-fat baby food |ion under I 45« lei Iti | for insect jruiseu or sparkling I by itself, Save 3* HoiF Is an trolatum. ifrade of ted rain- less and 59c ;xai cc WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW8APRIL 19. 192S i Personal Service there « nervier that goes with the deposit and It is lhe aim of the First National Bank to give the best service possible. Business man, Professional man, Farmer or Clerk, you need the service we give. Have yuu a Bank Account? If not, we want you to start one now—-we don't care how small an amount gtarl with—we want you to make the start you First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas MJWj>V'/ V / >Y I V\ I k\ IM' VV I iW t\v) wwwmws* Don't fail to bear Jeff. 25c. 0. T. Denney of Como was in the city Sunday. New ladies and Misses shoes just opened on sale at $2.98 una $3.98 per pair. Save : dollar.—The Enterprise. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Busbee Marc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 April 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 19. 1928 i: MX&Aitf:. V.iM 1 1 >«■«««^1 TOP FLOOR MAS ADVANTAGE It I I | ' Free Tube Offer A biff smashing bargain to sell every car owner Coming right at the start of the season when my cus- tomers need new tires. ONK FAMOUS AIR GAGE Extra heavy red inner tube free with each Clover Leaf or Long Distance Cord Tire. Buy 4 Casings or Tires and I will give you 4 inner tubes free in order to get our Guaranteed tubes and tires introduced. Re- member if you buy one tire I will give you one inner tube free, or if you buy four tires I will give you four tubes free. This great offer for a limited time only. Car owners must buy within the next thirty days in order to get this free offer. Clover-Leaf Cord Tires Long Distance Cord Tires The finest tire built in America. The tire that fre- quently gives 20,000 to 25,000 miles of service. Built layer upon layer of sturdy cord fabric with a heavy outer wall and thick tread of tought live rubber. You will like the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 April 1923

A *" - - , } WINNSBvJKO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 1 , 1028. c0Uft POUNDS AH0 % a auAftre*. F*o*t rne „AY He PUtl CP / TH0U6Mr h£ net(iHev re* / AtOOKCV A S/XPOur/Oe/f VCSTCRDAY. BUT He ft Got away, \'m sow' to rt/r scales OH TAW CHP OF MY C/Aft HAnf . t/At*/ Ian 10 where IN THEIR t trans.1 "AMILY IXI ANGED j0J 5 become! •URCHASeI s LOW AS SING CAR I 2KLY DE- AR SAV-I MM EX- J 0 OPEN| G YOUR ifc exas Htt^t i r a SIGNS" ARE RIGHT great battle of wits on OovsrnmanU Sacking to Outd* Kaofc Othar In the Preparation of Weapons of Warfara. Behind t)w closed doom of lubori- tones, in secluded workshops and in lonely buys or remote air apace*, the world haa begun—with government research rotes and secret fundi—the atrangeat, weirdest battle of wiU that it hag ever embarked upon. Tanks that swim; great metal sub- marine destroyers that Hy; uncanny air machines which dive silently be- neath the water to bide themselves; crews that must learn to live and fight in three different elements— land, sea or a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 April 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 19, 1923. t BiJFI ' Hil ; it THE ENTERPRISE WINNSBORO, TEXAS V..-W T. B. (TURNER ft SON ■MMMUI ? 4 a ,,m'-<m the; It Is Greatly To Your Interest To Study Our SERVICE, QUALITY and PRICES For This April Sale SCIlVICE—We are anxious to please. We study your needs and wishes, 'iwo expert dress designer awaiting your arrival to assist in planning your Spring Garments. Two makers of fine Millinery with dozens of beautiful hats to select from—Ready-to- Wear of every style. The Garment Shop with four ladies busy manufacturing better garments to your individual measurements and desires. Delicate Sing- er Machines for fine work. Latest improved Hem- stitching and Pecoting Singer Machine just arrived from factory. Mrs. J. B. Parker is known the coun- tiy over as an expert designer. Let us make you a pretty garment at manufacturer's prices. Courteous treatment from every department for "It's a Pleasure to Please." QUALITY—All of our merchandise is Crisp and New, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 April 1923

/. 7 ►rnes r Rinlil exa \e Soutl Skates,] fcreati0r days fURSDAY [face ve been \g; that tnes 15t pat has few hu Ihalf in |marketin| srit here | I replies linterview I |the tioiu rai days I ler on pket We > at I let the W and | Up eaki> inmbwa jjV.-NO. 82. finnsboro Entertains 'Lousiana Business Men ■ One of the largest events of our thank to the ladies who did kind a* well us one of the wost of the work.—supplying ' Successful, ever had in tlle flowers, the cakes, and oth- i was the L. U. U N. f ( accessories, and who so er Banquet given by the stt fully arranged the banquet „hpr erf Commerce here in J1:'1" the delightful Vecep- i.r nf the Louisiana Busi- tion of our visiting guests. Nor Man who made the trip' wou'd we fail to mention Mar- thp line of the L. K. & N.,'tlns Kexall Drug Store, ,u„ „UBt week. The en- ,U1^ ^ "th s Sandwich Shoo for WINNSBOKO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, APRIL 26, 1928. NIGHT trains ON }*m l. k. &. n.iry. May Day Fete Next .. ... , -- Shop for the l...

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