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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 April 1923

>\ • II pi &' | pwi 11 ■ it ■ 1 I ■J; if1 1 : • ■ WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWSAPRIL 26, 1923.^ ADMINISTRATRIX' Poor Boys Who Bcuane Great By Frcdwick Htuk Law Stephen A. Douglas, the Coun- try Doctor's Son, the Great Orator. "The Little Giant" was the nickname people gave to the j-o.vmTul speaker who debated oO sensationally with Abraham mcoln in the days before the Civil War, Well nnfjifc they call him "1 he Little Giant," lie was a broad-shouldered, strong- looking man, a full hend short- er than most people, for he was May. The examination for only iibout five feet tall. He June the first and second is the had a huge voice, great self- only examination scheduled for possession, and magnetic pjw- the county under the old law. 2V in speech. He was one of This will be the only opportun- the greatest public orators, one ity given to secure a county states, and that he believed Suuth should support Abraham Lincoln, the elected Presid •f the United States. He died nt the very outbreak ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 April 1923

WINVSBOflO WflFKLY NEWS ' 26, 1023. * , m —— ii I EI:MLLiA1a. Li; AG Lie April v - THE UNIVERSAL CA i ¥ * i ■ ANNO U Of Interest to &/T w ii. i?MT L1 " Program for Sunday, m 29: Toijic— Uight and Wrong (Jh- ■n the Lord'o Day. Leader- Crace Gist. .*■ crjpturc leading, Matt. 12: 1.5; Isa. 5K:i<J-14—Coni ie j Vlad Doagen. An Kn-ly Commandment— 11 Louie Kate Maimer. C immei. }! ri, Cove.ient with Gori—Jui; }< 1 nomas. j, Gori's Wrath Because of Dis- 11 obedience—Gertrude Nichols. Delight "I will build a car for tlie multitude" Said Henry Ford in 1903—Read how the fulfillment of that prophecy is now made possible through the serial 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 OF THE MILLIONS OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE NEVER BEEN PRIVILEG- ED TO ENJOY THE BENEFITS OF MOTOR CAR OWNERSHIP. WRING THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS OVER 7,:>()(),000 FORD CARS HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE HANDS OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS—MORE THAN ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 April 1923

, '-111" I ( ill, I.: 'i I i' I | j f ' I - * fife 'i Wioosboro Weekly News Homer K. Weir, Editor ivtuuannnn unrmrr v >ni!W8 APRIL 2fi. 1928. Sunday la Sunday 4 BIG KC(J Whittle of the mony community brought ahen gchool Day at" the Methodist egg to this office Tuesday af- Church. This is not Children's fl.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE ternoon that beats the one re- £)ay any longer, but it is for 111 r |Xiricd |n WAnlr'o Hovaflo in ii- i: ti'li i/'ll i>oth w< ml We'? postoffice at Winjistioro,_Texas, ures g jn circumference this church and are not gointf „ , 7~. T (-ported in last week's Gazette in the entire membership Entered as second-clasti mat-jf^th weight and size. .Loyd's j should be numbered as S. S. p« ter, September 21, 190.), at the. egg weigrhs 5 ounces and meas ■utainlTi/l/i «• 4 IIIIqI >Ml*A ToVill fl pils. which S. p«- If you are a member of under the act of March 3, 1879. ^ the long way and 6'/^b inches "" T~-: ~~ I around. So tar as we know Advertising rates made ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 April 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW? APRIL 26, 1928. Necessary Education A 15ANK BOOK IS AS NECESSARY TO THE EDUCATION OF YOUR CHILD AS ANY BOOK IT IS NOW STUDYING. HAVE YOU GIVEN IT ONE? THE FIRST NA- TIONAL BANK WELCOMES THE BOYS AND GIRLS. MAY WE SEE YOUR BOYS AND GIRLS HERE? First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas 7" • — ■ • W New Silk.- and better Dress Beautiful assortment of New Materials. We are glad to as- Millinery on sale at $8.95, $1 95 sist jrou in designing.- The En- and $6.50.—The Enterprise terprise. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dabney were in Mt. Pleasant Tuesday. Scroggin-Drummond Lumber Co. All Kinds of LUMBER and Building Material Our Prices are Right Your Patronage il 1 Be Appreciated Mrs. Renda H. Dairymple of Dallas is visiting her fnther amd mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Dairymple. See or phono me at Cain's store for your deliveries.—E. B. Straw Hats, Overalls Shirts j Brewer. Nations, Threads, Toilet Arti- cles.—Variety Store. II. W. Brev er loft Monday —_ aftevnc for a business vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 April 1923

m M ' ,♦ li'i. wmxmssm m aa« /.V«avJ^VI./.VW*\jv!>V! W-'AV«v« Free Tube Offer owner cus- A big smashing bargain to sell every car 0' Coming right at the start of the season when ray tomers need new tires. ONE FAMOUS AIR GAGE Extra heavy red inner tube free with each Clover L( if or Ixmg Distance Cord Tire. Buy 4 Casings or Tires and 1 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 powerful road-gripping tre«d, the extra ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 April 1923

"TTTr WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS APRIL 26, 1928. vmwcmmsmm m \'Un Will Not Increase Prices on Solid and Pneumatic Truck Tires Until May 1st lu 3f his Firestone been so well ,td to jive operators the greatest *ure of Ctshion, Traction and Mile- . it the low,-st cost. IftdiT, economical manufacturing and lion are showing the fullest re- te*0ur favorable purchases of rubber, .rfyinceof the 150% increase brought by the British Crude Rubber Rfe- <ion Act, aid further in maintaining eold price levels. ir fAe Truck Service—ifta firtttrm" Dealer Has the R;\'ht Tire pirtitone developments of the past two hm met1? pace for thf industry Mt new /eiiv.as in sure, economical e. Five tires—the He."vy Cushion, the Truck Type Cord, HfUUishion. the Giant Solid and Hiffc Type—cover the needs of lumkjc in all its forms. Each l distinct work which it docs best, powrnra definite and special for the operator. Truck owners, ur.ing pneumatic tires, will find the answer to every demand of rapid, economical tra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 April 1923

* I'll WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS \PR1L 26. 1928. 1 > i i | |[ . ! i Our BAKN l'ARTY Garment Shop Crenteat Garments of diatinc- tion of Fashion's latest. Made exactly to your measurements and type. With our new ma- chines, our prices are still low- er. Think of a $27.r><) hotter | made Garment for $19.50. Our customers are being numbered by the dozens now from a wide territory. Beautiful Cantons, Flat Crepe, Taffettas, Paisleys, Organdies, Voiles. Silk dresses ure made for $12.50 and up. Voiles and organdies $7.50 and up. Ginghams, etc.,' $3.50 and up. We design, make and furnish eveything at these low prices. Mrs. J. B. Parker In charge with three assistants The Enterprise T. B. TURNER & SON CARD OF THANKS We take this method of tftanking our neighbors and friends of Winnsboro, the peo- B'e of our home community and r. Vickers for the love and kindness shown to us during the recent illness of our moth-1 er, Mrs. A. R. Rhodes. May j we, in return, be just as: thoughful and a...

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

YS PRsdayI lACE /hat' lethr knt lis evei econd-ll Sales! Irdle, I AHMl 7 h A XIV.—NO. 38. amber OF commerce we will not admit the pub- L of the many letters re- C from Louisiana citizens visited our city several Wfo expressing their ap- 5ation of the courtesies !*.' them during theii fcia> Jus, however we are giving llicitv below of a resolution Lted by them up their arriv- T, M.'Kimi,.y. H - ^Ijouisiann's l)finkcis> jtj men and public officials, Ubers of the Texas-Lou isi- a Good-Will trip that marks [BX^cratioii of the L. R. & N. Texas as an integal part of :Kinney to New Orleans, at is the conclusion of their vls- i Texas unanimously record ar unlimited appri iation of i whole-hearted l-orpitnLty J the boundless consideration i has been acctmled t!:em minute sincc they cv sod j Texas-Louisiana border I "We came as neighbors. Tex- received us as brothers. "Our hearts g> out to the i and women of the Lone • State in grat itude for an Wienco that will live forev- i oui'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 May 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS MAY 3, 1923. Il I'M it * : I I I 1 • V lit.' i night Tomorrow Alright BILIOUaNCSH-fifCK H-' AOACHR, calk for on (fl Tablet, (a vagataMs aperient) to tono nnd strengthM the organs of dlgntlon and allml* n '!on. Improved Aifetlt*, Kali* Cooatlpatloo. Oct (i eerBox [Chips off 4h® Old Block Iff JUNIORS—Little Ma One-thud th* tegular du«< . Made of turn* ingredients, then candy coated. For children and adult*. ■ BOLD BY YOU* DRUGGIST ■■ REXALL DRUG STORE After Every Meal im Top off each meal Willi a bit of sweel In the form oi WHIGLEY'S. It satisfies the sweet tooth aa6 aids digestion. Btrr the Pleasure an: benefit combined. A TO NIC Move's Tasteless chill Tonic restott Energy and Viuility by 'urlfy ng a <1 Enriching the Blood. When yo;i feel Ita 'gtrengtheiiing, invigorating effect, see htm it brings color to the cheeks and how H improves the appetite, you will then appreciate its true tonic value. Grose's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply frun and Quinine susp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 May 1923

citi- last home ad- He 1848, 165, or [;uk)| MflOOf-f lislg*" ■a ipsitd 8, 01 disorl tific*| em in St l>ut c an lall o 1«i Idney M « use ne i of til lack tr-Mi N. ' "'j.-j WTNNSfiOTir) Wrr''TT "Fv<i*(f * I LNROLl-O i You Can Now Buy and for a Ford Car out of Your Weekly Fara- ings on the LEARNING *f - i)l u Ch TL""] r J f| Thousands of families are taking advantage of this new way of buying a Ford and will soon be driving their own cars, enjoying all the benefits and advan- tages of motor transportation. The Ford Weekly Purchase Plan is amazingly simp le. You can enroll with an initial payment, as low as $5.00. Each week you can add to your first pay- ment—as much or as little as you feel you can af- ford. This money is placed in the bank and draw interest. In a short time your deposits, plus the in- terest paid by the bank, will be sufficient to obtain delivery of the car. Start Today and before you realize it you will be driving your own Ford Car. Im .H Coll.j*, Older Than Ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 May 1923

f. ... ft. wir ' " WINNSBORO WE mmm —— m ! . Ur,"' I'M | j •n ■ i Hi. ; ' i I... Ij; *' r • it. I l . i,, i • If va' I nil ' J • t IS 1 THE SRERWIN WILLIAMS ==[0MPAHY Has appointed this store its agent in this trade terri- tory for the distribution of its nationally known brands of ARSENATE OF LEAD i and PARIS GREEN For use on potatoes, vegetables and fruit tree sprays. We have it in bulk, also in'clean and convenient half pound, pound and four pound packages at no extra cost. The Winnsboro, I**#*#*** Drugstore Texas © Winnsboro WcBklv News "^l'ke remises cost wnnsiwrB netKiy iuw.> LIMIt on text books Homer R. Weir, Editor $1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-class mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the postoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Night phone 114~Day phone 01 ROGER K. CARLOCK Licensed Embnlmer & Funeral Director. Prompt and careful attention given to this class of work. ...

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

mi i * /'A< ■ 1 'iVf MvMf/AIVSITat'IM / ivv^f w1nnsr0r0 weekly news^ * y:k,( 1< >.... -.I-^. .-. , I Commander Percale, yard wide, beautiful patterns.—W. C. Dodgen Co. DO IT P OW * r*« 1. What money have you on hand? Mighty little? Then the less you have the more reason there is for you to begin to accumu- late money. Take whatever you may have on hand—even if it is only $1.00. Bring or send it to the First National Bank—not to- morow or the next day, or the day after— but NOW—just right now. , First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas 'I Itere is no place like Proc- tor's to do your buying . Scroggin-Drummond Lumber Co. All Kinds of L U MBE R and Building Material Our Prices are Right Your Patronage i( 1 Be Appreciated Mesdams Fuller David Steed were Mineola Tuesday. Steed and here from -i.-is Kty Lrcgden is homo jioin Greenville where she has br.en teaching. 'I be first to show the new things.—W. C. Dodgen Co. With thr- cooperation of the P. L. U. members and ail others that w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 May 1923

mr " ——* 1 L! fir 1 \m ■ M - 'I' ' 1 !l rp Li PfV 'TT-riw ^jfw « >• r t r- • -nr •*• fjjlj "7 • .\« .« 'Al « •' . < < ' Free Tube Offer A hijr smauhiwr bargain tf sell every car owner Coniinir Huht -i tin- tart of the season when my cus- tomers nted new tires. ONH FAMOUS AIR GAGE Extra heavy rod inrt< r tube free with each Clover I,eaf or ton# Distance Cord Tire. Buy 4 Casings or '• i'vs and 1 v. ill v;ivc . u ! inner tubes free in order to pet 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 jrreat offer for a limited time only. Cnr owners mi' t '>u> v 'Miin the next thirty days in order to gut this free offer. Clover-Leaf Cord Tires Long Distance Cord Tires The finest tiiv built in America. The tire that fre- quently Hvc 20,000 to 2fi,000 miles of service. Built layer upon layer < !' sturdy cord fabric with a heavy outer wall and thic1 (...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 3 May 1923

r < m winnsborq weekly news mat 8, Ian gsi them ,aimil Pressed At F in \K JT -J '-I ril 1 IS 1 rv <T * I uoiie • rjll c for delivery Feeling fine!" mm''') A 1)MI NISTli ATRIX' NOTICE In the Matter of the Estate of R. N. Robertson, Deceased, Administration Pending in the County Court of Wood County, Texas, in Probate. jpale and I' )|0,n M/' liessie jfi, of Central, - • • • ' /■ BHtf. when I Rt ItL with be '' (,(a |bnr (Ulesand the lower m/bodr. I did not rest W id didn't want anything ^ My color v." 1 and Jmisenble. A !nuul of (told me of Woman's Ttiic (| then nmei ' my trused to take it.. .After (fwjj) ^tbottle I was better. 1 ■ to fleshen up and I re- ^ i my ttrenfrth - 1 rood, M) qrcotor. lam ft 'fine. welve bottic. < n'thad a bit of trouble ada of other women kludiimllar exprr'c mcc3 in iBtofCardui, which has ntt relief where oilier l had failed. ^ jwiuffer from femnle si!- tike Cflrdui. It i-, a mi ll medicinc. It may be (teii KM jou need. ^ Hjwdrugpst's or deitfr's. k ...

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

• t- * it{ | jf *!"< * * III ii: ih is ' ? ita L iy<- * !4' : i J • 'o'Sf > t !'■ I .. W1NNSBORO WEEKLY NHWBMAY 8, 1928. m mmm SALES WiLL INCREASE OUR BUSINESS FIFTY PER GENT IF THE WEATHER PERMITS Our stocks are of the best and our prices are sell- ing them nicely. Come in and see the beautiful pat- terns, crisp and new, of the better merchandise. Ask the price—then compare, compare. We will sell you your spring merchandise in our line. We are anxious for your business and certainly appreciate same.1 Ten people at "The Enterprise" working to your interest. It's a pleasure to please. Prices have been made to increase our business 50 per cent.—Quanti- ties of new merchandise have been added to assist. 20c Good Ginghams 17Vjc Drown Domestic 2"sc l.inen finish Gingham 25c Dry Goods for 20c Hose, 2 pair for fl.50 KitTel Silk hose, per pair Rlfi.75 Silk Dresses for 10c yd 13c yd — 19c - — 19c 25c $1.00 $9.95 $6.00 Hotter Millinery for _ $.'{.95 £-9.50 very fine Canton Dresses ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 May 1923

/JtAJ *7 (AJ y V ItHuusborci 3^cui& fvv^O' M- NELSON I tv many'Send of Mack son were greatly shocked , sieved to learn of his sud- Lth ftt Sherman Sunday, 6th. While Mr. Nelson not made Winnsboro his ne for many years, he was a cut visitor here at the .He of his brother, S. F. Nel- fn, and always manifested a «n and lively interest in the JLm of Winnsboro and her de many of whom he knew called by their Christian hfock Nelson came to Texas Columbia County, Arkan- ic 1872, and was iifty old. For many years he 'a citizen of Winnsboro and .minently connected with the isiness and social life of our tk He enjoyed his visits (re, and never seemed to for- ; the many friends which he during his earlier resi- in Winnalwro. For the jt fifteen years he has held [prominent position with the ' " Milling Company of l&mian, Texas, and through iimportant position with this *m, and his happy cheerful ner of approach, he easily wide acquaintance lug the business men of the lite, many of whom h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 May 1923

H I 1 Eft \p I > (> i |! .JF vi ijpi I 1 r I j I 5 ill • i> 4 >• J I -i'ii ' I i "'- . s m I % t • * ' V i !l.J ii_. . -J E •■ v..: WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS i*AY 10, 1928 i •• i"" 111 | cigarettes 24 far 15 HHIIIIIMIMH'IMIIIIlMIMiM'l!! I ' Wiopsboro Weekly News floiner K. Weir, Editor Deering - McCormick Mowers and Rakes $1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as second-clas* mat- ter, September 24, 1000, at the postoffice at Winnsboro. Texat, under the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Night phone 114—Day phone CI ROGER K. CARLOCK Licensed Embnlmer & Funeral Director. Prompt and careful attention given to this class of work. Host equipped establishment of this kind in Winnsboro. With Wilkinson Hdw. & Under- taking Co. DR. R. E. WRIGHT Eye, Ear, Nose and throat 711 Wilson Dldg. Dallas. Texas, In office at Winnsl>oro the first Saturday and Friday before in each month. HEMSTITCHING Your hemstitching will be ap- precia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 May 1923

WINN8B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS MAY 10, 1923 ' -I -II^MI. • -'*. ENROLLS YOU You Can Now Buy and Pay for a Ford Car out of Your Weekly Farn- ings on the Ford Weekly Purchase Plan Thousands of families are taking advantage of this new way of buying a Ford and will soon be driving their'own cars, enjoying all the benefits and advan- tages of motor transportation. The Ford Weekly Purchase Plan is amazingly simp- le. ' You can enroll with an initial payment as low as $5.00. Each week you can add to your first pay- ment—as much or as little as you feel you can af- ford. This money is placed in the bank and draw interest. In a short time your deposits, plus the in- terest paid by the bank, will be sufficient to obtain delivery of the car. Start Today and before you realize it you will be driving your own Ford Car. Ford Motor Company Detroit, Michigan Authorized Ford Dealer Copyright, 1923—F. M. Co. I Ui J Come In and I et Us Give You Full Particulars. Wilcoxson Motor Company Winnsboro, Texas Deposi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 May 1923

\ . / • • • :! ■ life I® f J < • • !'' , ri: I x. ml fiffc- t 1: '* llll Jti f WINNSBORO NRWH MAY 10, 1923 • r t - YOU NEED THE SERVICE WE YELCOME TO THIS BANK ALL WHO HAVE FINANCIAL MATTERS THEY DESIRE TO DIS- CUSS WITH US AND PLAC OUR ADVICE AT THEIR COMMAND. WE GIVE YOU GOOD SER- VICE. COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND SYMPA- THETIC ATTENTION TO YOUR BANKING NEEDS. YOU NEED THE+ SERVICES OF A BANK. WHY NOT SEEK THE BANK THAT ES- PECIALLY MEETS YOUR NEEDS? MAY WE SEE YOU HERE First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas Wlv I iw vvW V7 THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS COMPANY Has appointed this store its agent in this trade terri- tory Tor the distribution of its nationally known brands of ARSENATE OF LEAD and PARIS GREEN For use on potatoes, vegetables and fruit tree sprays. We have it in bulk, also in clean and convenient half pound, pound and four pound packages at no extra cost. The Winnsboro, Drugstore Texas Dr. and Mrs. Louis McKin- ney and Dr. and Mrs. ..Toe Mc- Kinney attended the marriage of their ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 10 May 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY 1 aturday of jecdipns ijneu ^Misses ighams [fAST COLORS Ta9tefullv and Cleverly Trimmed. Choice Selection of Many New Patterns *JL«L ch trials yfcvityi'O COMPLETE EANGE IN 'rT S1ZEG ,v learned tli&v fc-sa excellen' iraatfe tliat thevjr "tmriividual tastes / ! >—\ i^vv.r 7 ip 1, "Wv it, xVr ii'"- '<£?'$♦/ V* v' T IkV.\. •• *• ' * tjx kssj • i «c?*> /• • v S«5 r*w , w • '' <- /ttUwur v v-rrr;,; tf, ** <•) 1 • ;L:"' B&X. •.« : .v 3 ' \ jut Jpk \ i / far* * ., fr«Sy 'CVSl? S5!i "r 11 TV/ X 4 ' 1 L; t * .\S* U • X *\JTV ft* I (1 ! [ ir-^wy*^ ^ ' )"5 ■> '<' * N **'y- #""> 1 6v,-,V>K* ~~^>4 V«/ I , &W^Tt ) - i S^/^v LJ/k*n/«oi* * tousttalas the price Winnsboro Texas MAY 10, 1928 Mm. T. J. Gibson is in Marlin rt Ladies' trimmed hats, values 'up to $12.f,0 for $4.95.—] Vrk- inB Biv*. Co. Mrs. Bura Cain is here from Austin. Doe.s a clean, attractive store appeal to you V bee Proctor Bros. Co. Mrs. T. L. Moore visited in Quitman this w...

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