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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 June 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWSJUNE 14, 1923. ] l .« i}.4 If I t k [VI , | I i, r , ■ ' Get Them Cleaned and Pressed . At MAX HUT'S Phone • 265 Will call for and deliver SUFFERINC? ^ Most of the Diin we suffer ia Moat of the pain we suffer is^ ^uiuecessary. Why continue to endure it—to sacrifice your youth, beauty, end enjoyment > The combination of simple , harmless medicines found is Miles* Anti-Pain Pills M. E. MISSIONARY SOCIETY in re- la especially effective fieving pain without bad after*j •ffects. For more than thirty-five ytara sufferers from headache, ■eurafgia, backache, tooth- •che, sciatica and pain* from other causes have found re- lief by taking these pills. Why don't you try them? J^K YOUR DRUGGIST After Every Meal WRIGLEYS and give your stomach a lift. Provide* "the bit ol SWCCt" In bmnmfieial lorm. Helps to cleanse tlie teeth and keep them healthy. The Missionary society of the Methodist church met in regu- lar session Monday afternoon, June 11th. Notwithstanding there wer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 June 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEW3 JUNE 14, 1923. ' /. • iJA k afOmhufi " **. i-Mt-fiSHTL.. jRT.". .„'i ' IPW r py'special arrangement with the Dallas News we are able to make the following clubbing offer during the month of June: * ' , • y* We will send the Winnsboro Weekly News and the Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News seven months to the same or Separate addresses. i A • ill! i If vou sire not a subscriber to either oi theae papers, here is an oppor- tunity to try: them out. If you are on the Winnsboro News list and want the Dallas Semi-Weekly News a few months, we can extend your time seven months with our paper. This offer is good for June only. . ~-.y f 1 Leave or send all^&criptions to this office and they will have immediate attention: AU «ptiom sent to Dallas same day received. No long waits . #■••• V - on this clubbing offer to get papers started. * NEWS •• • > _

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 14 June 1923

If Another STRING of PEARLS Given Away SATURDAY AT 4 P. M. > ' We appreciate your Patron- age; this is one way we have of showing it. Last Saturday we served doughnuts, ice water, gave away fans and a string of Pearls. Make our store your headquarters. Another stock of Voiles, Swiss, Organdies, Sum- mer Goods, Silks, etc., sale pric- es. We are glad to assist in planning your dress. Millinery Late white hats, Marline, Horse hair and Leghorns for raid sea- son. Our patterns and prices are exceptional. 95c' $1.95, $2.95, $3.95, $4.95 We gladly sell trimmings, shap- es, etc. Ribbons, ribbons, they certainly are used. The Garment Shop Better dresses made for you. Priced so low. This department is creating a reputation for mil- es about. Come in and be added to the list of satisfied customers. It's a saving. Sale of silk dress- es in Canton, Taffeta, Paisley, Crepes for .... $10.00 Pretty Voile and Gingham dress- es ... . $3.95 and $4.95 I Our 95c Sale OTHER COUNTER FILLED WITH EXTREM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 June 1923

IE 7" !aj f}#' - / / W, ' rf-V WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, June 21, 1923 ss=* $1.25 PER YEAR LETTER FROM REV. BINFORD XV.-NO. 10 O.P.Thomas Dies in Terrell 0 p. Thomas, mother U Marvin Thomas of this L ('id lit the family home tell last Monday evening 118th, ut K o'clock. Wliile • has been in bad health for Ltber of years, she was in | only three weeks preced- , her* death. She was the , of Kev. 0. I'- i'homas, a rr Methodist preacher, .had the Winnslioro charge Lars ago for one year. Mis. W,w was a faithful mem- Jofthe Methodist church for i years and was years and [months old having been born r i9th. 1841, Kemper county She is survived by two , Samuel Hell Thomas of J York city and O. Marvin fcnflg of thus city, both of ioni were at her bedside when [passed away. She was the _t of six sisters who lived to j 82 years old. I Funeral services were held the Methodist church in ..ill Tuesday evening and jried in the Oakland cemetery (that city. Rev. Tittle, her itor, assisted by Rev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 June 1923

I.,« ! II « ' t '• ) j4 i ' I I I I I I ' m II m r4 • *1. v < 1 I I I I I I i- ' !>-■ Jii ui.| IP M Liquor will not be Issue in 1924 Says Upham WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS * —r June 21, 1923. DOG DEAD FLAG lowered Jk# London, June 17.—Fredrick Upham, treasurer of the Repnb lican National committee, in an interview in the Evening Stand- ard to<lay, said he expected to gee a fierce contest for the Re- publican nomination in 1#«. hut he expected to see I resi- dent Harding renominated. Upham also predicted that while prohibition would re- main. the Volstead act would be amended to permit light wines and beer, and that a ne>> type of cafe would be estab- lished for the workman. "Ford is likely to run on a third ticket," Upham said. Per- sonally though. I don't think he can be elected as an inde pendent." French Lick, Ind., June 17-- United States Senator Kenneth McKeller, of Tenessee, arrived here today and immediately threw a dry blanket over t';c presidential boom of Ciovern'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 June 1923

...vf,/.« 1 ■ v«yaf /,viuimimi/.h) Ml 1M|a Checking Account V()U a checking account at the-First National I S Are vou a person of some means—a business B nK' )tirj{? You have all kinds of trouble keeping recount, straight—don't you? 1/jt.s of abled men r' killed i keeping accounts. If you deposit your v s it comes t0 hand ftnd Paybills by check you 'fifod that many of yourpresent troubles vanish. bookkeepers look after this matter for you—you ?fJ at nnv time what has been banked here—exact- Khit has been drawn out. We give you a state- ♦ at wiv time. It costs you nothing to carry a wnl " «c<lUnt here. WTNN8BORQ WEEKLY NEWS June 21, 1WJ. Captain Skipworth of Moore House Panish La., came through Winnsboro Tuesday on his way back to Moore JToilst? I arriah. Captain Skipworth will he rembered as one of the very W. A. Nabors was home from Austin Sunday. P'e on lick, k cm | nJ n.v J I r.ivc , i thtbii rural j checking I First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas vmmm iffilWfilWfi very active...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 June 1923

WlNNSBOftO WEEKLY NEWS June 21, 1923. $ I It I •IV i I 'U ir Jf L." ■ fc i IV IB I Winosboro Weekly News Homer K. Weir, Editor 11.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as gecond-claas mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the pottoffice at Winnsboro, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. seeds' and helped make this a more . beautiful and enjoyable world. The Senate, by killing the ap- , proation for free seeds, saves the country $360,OQP in the next fiscal year. Too bad, the suving wasn't made by elimi- nating some of the printed speeches and other political buncombe sent postage free ————~~———— ~ through the mails by the coy- Advertising rates made known gressmen. A lot of this printed •ti application. | matter is worth the postage. But average it up and it is •x PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY The Winnsboro Schools. Since the election held last week in which an increase in the taxes from 65 to 85c waa passed we feel like the gener- al attitude towards the entire school situation has somewhat subsided, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 June 1923

HHKiSa [Local Happenings in Neighboring Towns MT. VERNON From Optic-Herald ... r v. .liUinmie, Wagley at the home of her ne- Jv Lynn McDoweU at^Sul; ridoJ d the'iate Davis Wag ,;rlllKs Friday evening at hV£ wkI woa buried at JL Saturday. She was^the (Md for many years lived at .} , Hopkins county. She fbeen in >>ad health for some \h slid was making her I at tha time of her death S her nephew. She was a L christian woman and has [tat of friends who will urn her loss. , . fTho commissioners court met nday and Tuesday as a board Lnualization and will cite a- nit 200 tax payers to come Jore them at the July meet- of the court to show pe why their taxes should Cbe raised. Tjjn Brooks, aged, 67, who den the Newton lann in the lUeberry community died aday night and was buried [Fanview Tuesday. ~~ alba From 11 erald ' I Monday evening, June 12, lbs Beatrice Moore of this was married to Mr. S. L. Slroy of Ovaldo, Texas, the nony being performed at jory. [Mr. and Mrs. J. H. English [Tu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 June 1923

14S1I V • WINNSBORO WEEKLY KEW8 Snnt 21, l 2i ? J - •? ,1 1 "Tj 3 : I . J 5 > X GOOD WAY TO UPSET PRICES Further Exposures of How Edi- son-Ford Money Plan Would Fail to Aid Farmer. Tha way the Edison-Ford "commod Ity money" scheme. aimed to stabilize monetary values, would hare exactly the opposite effect, Is diacuased In tb! present article, which Is the second In * series prepared by the American Bankera Association, reviewing the ex- posure of the weaknesses of the plan M presented by Wllllaal T. Foster, D1 rector of the Pollaok Foundation tot Economic Research. Briefly stated, the Edison-Ford plan > provides for Government warehousing of basic commodities, against which currency would be loaned to the pro- ducer without Interest, up to half the Average value of the products for the previous twenty-five years. This currency would be cancelled as the commodities were withdrawn and passed Into trade. On the other half o! the value the producer would receive "equity eertlflcat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 June 1923

AM MARTIN, JEWELER imm —: m ' •VTNNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS 1 Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optica! Goods. All Work Guaranteed. ENROLLS MSf- place \bur Order Now For a Father starts it—mother finds she can add a little—even the kiddies will contribute their pennies and in a surprisingly short time, the whole family is enjoying the pleasures of owning a Ford. Here is how you can do it through the i * Bring the first $5 in to us. Enroll under the terms ot the new, ea.^y way to buy a Ford. Select the car you want. Wc will deposit your money in a local cark, at interest. Add a little each week. You will he surprised at the rate the money piles up when everyone is helping. S003 the payments, plus interest paid by the bank will make the car yours. Come in—let us give you full particulars. Wilcoxson Motor C >. Winnsboro, Texas CLEANING UP GALVESTON John W. Griggs returned home from Galveston a few days ago where he had been with other federal Prohibi- tion officers in a raiding cam- paign of moon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 21 June 1923

■■ p, I 'M: -t I wai . i S p l w !; • i . K; METHODIST CHURCH There was a prayer they used to pray in Scottish homes,^ and I do not know whether it has fallen out of use or not; but I have seen the grey head bowed, and seemed to hear the accent of the prayer: "Lord, help us to live every day as we will wish we had done when we come to die." This is not a poor prayer for today,—for each of us. If we each one did this I believe every church in our town would be filled to its capacity at each service through the week. Which do we love the best, the clink of the dollar, or the chimes of the church bell? The power of Jesus Christ to pro- duce and sustain character is -hi experimental fact as well grounded as the law of gravi- tation. The living, risen Chris1: is the center of the Church s creed, the creator of her char- acter tind the Inspiration of Iv conduct. His resurrection is tli * clearest note in her battle son jr. It is the sweetest, strongest n i sic amid all her sorrows. The su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 June 1923

imtsbaro I(M1V N()- 41 IBSS^—"" " tJno.D. Alvis , Marry Next Winter in announcement of wide In- st locally, in Washington. c and in Paris, France, is t of the engagement of Mile. m Gilliard to Lieut, John D. r (J S. N., which was told i delightful buffet supper [ by the bride's mother, p. Marie Louise Gilliard, eir home in Coronade, last -Bin?. The party later went [the Hotel del Coronade to 1IW following were guests: wt. and Mrs. Eugene Her- Kei-, Com. and Mrs. R. I'. ion Dr. and Mi s. Odell, Dr. Mrs. L. O. Montgomery, tH 0. MacGregory, Miss Gorgas, Miss Edith Men- L Miss Verna Hatfield, Lieut. E; D. Alvis, Lieut. M. Gard- Com. John M. Ashley, t. A. P. Schnieder, Lieut, jph R. Auerswald and Ensign . Gilliard came to San )less tiian a year ago with [Mother from Washington, |C., where she had spent two years since leaving | home in Paris, France. She |clever and attractive young ifjftowas so popular in the fit the national capital was known far and t as the "mascot of the dip- i serv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 June 1923

!"% V 1 '1ii Ill"1 Twr ' TURNER MERCANTILE COMPANY WILL PROTECT YOU $5.00 OFF FOR CASH BUY YOUR NEXT SUIT HERE IN A NICE FANCY COOL CLOTH SUIT AT $5.00 OFF FOR CASH. . ALL GO AT THIS REDUCTION .. LORRAINE SEARSUCKER EXTRA PANTS. #12 50 PER SUIT, GENUINE SEERSUCKER GABARDINE IN GREYS AND TANS $5.00 OFF FOR CASH We Will Protect You IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT IN OUR GROCERY GOODS DEPARTMENT IN OUR HARDWARE DEPARTMENT i For Cash You Can Buy Cheaper Here Turner Mercantile Co. WINN8B0R0, TEXA8 f I LOUISIANA RY. & NAV. CO. OF TEXAS IS IN THE MARKET FOR WHITE OAK, RED OAK AND POST OAK CROSS JIES INTERESTED PARTIES WHO HAVE SUCH TIES FOR SALE PLEASE COMMUNICATE WITH R. R. FARMER. VICE PRESIDENT LOUISIANA RY. & NAV. GO. OF TEXAS /" QREENVILLE TEXAS WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JUNE 28, 1923 Winpsboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor $125 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...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 June 1923

ALWAYS a dependable program ft MUSU THEATRE Clean, Moral, Educational, Entertaining WIIEKE IT'S 20 DEGREES COOLER Matinee Every Day — Come! TO-DAY Friday THOMAS II. INCE presents DOUGLAS MacLEAN —in— "Passing Thru" a paramount pictum Loaded with thrills like the kick of a mule. And fun to make a horse laugh! —Also— |"IN TUB DAYS OF BUF- FALO BILL" Historical Chapter Play | Admission • 10 & 25c ATTEND MATINEE Saturday Charles "Buck" Jones in the j Footlight Ranger By Dorothy Vost; directed by Scott Ounlap His start— kindergarten keeper at "two bits" per kinder—but wait until you see the cyclone finish! ! —Also— , A Mirth Riot "SECOND CHILDHOOD" Christie Comedy Buffalo Bill at Matinee only Saturday matinee 11 a. m. Admission ... 10 & 25c || Monday and Tuesday "Don't Get Married" Until you have seen this rollicking photoplay, the merriest picture of wedded life ever filmed, if you want to becoii.t p expert on marital strategy don't miss this laugh fea/.t! Goldwyn Presents Piter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 June 1923

fm r my •• mwt*.WW-fir ~ rww ,tm N COMPANY'S SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE WILL OPEN Saturday, June 30 At 8:00 A. M. AND LAST FOR 15-DAYS-15 Asper usual at this season of the year we have again decided to effect an immediate clearance of our entre stock of up-to-date Dry Goods, Shoes, Men's and Boys' Furnishings. In fact, you will find at this store everything that goes to||make up a first-class Dry Goods Store. We offer this Clearance Sale for the sole purpose of making room for the enormous stock of Fall and Winter goods we have bought. The people of this trade territory realize and know when this store effects a sale it means a saving to those who partake of its fruits. It will pay the buying public to come for miles as this opportunity is only offered twice a year, Every price quoted during this Fifteen Day Sale is bona fide and backed with a money back guarantee. Everything in the Store Reduced, Marked in Plain Figures and a One Price to All COME TO W1NNSBORO W. C. DODGEN CO.'S REAL VA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 June 1923

*928 U—1J""* iKMjfr-r am WWNMIOROWMRLTIfWIB JUW* tt, 1*W i t MONEY Tfce money you have buried In some out-of-the-way plgj^it's a temptation to others—it's a menace to vou it's so easy to spend when you have it at hand. It's easy going and when started it'« gone. Why not bank your money at the First National Bank? You can get it whenever you want it, but you won't spend it when you do not want to do so. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas UNUL Miss Ethel Richburg spent' Sunday in Sulphur Springs. ___________ •' Every day in July will be bargain day.—The Enterprise. LITTLE IDS If you are not trading at Proctor's you are not getting the best. When better groceries are sold Proctor's will sell them. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lindsay and family of Tyler spent the week-end here. Mr. and Mrs.' C. M. Green re- turned Sunday from a ten days visit in Blossom. Cheapness in Paint Is it cheaper to buy a standard paint, or a cheap- er "oir brand" paint which will not spread nearly as far or wear nearly...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 June 1923

WINNSBOM iWS JUNF 28, 1923 ft p • . MB ill ■ si SAM MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optij Goods. All Work Guarantee! Habitual Constipation Cured # In 14 to Jl Day* • "LAX-F08 WITH PEPSIN" la • SMclally- l>repared Syrup Totilc-Laxntlve for Habitual Constipation. It relieve* promptly but should be taken regularly lor 14 to SI days to induce regular action. It Stimulates and Regulates. Very Pleasant to Talm. *Mo per bottle. Tonight- Tomorrow Alright NR Tabids atop sick haadashss, nllm bilious attseks. tone ana regulate the etlmlnatlve organs, maka you foal fins. " Bettor Than Pills Par Uver His" PROMINENT BANKER USES FERRASAL One of the most widely known financiers in Texas is Mr. Cole, President of Texas Mortgage Co., Dallas, who writ- es; "I am pleased to say that I have used Ferrasal for indiges- tion and acid stomach and I be- , lieve that it is the best remedy that I hate ever tried for such troubles. I know of no better remedy for indigestion, consti- pation, and ki...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 June 1923

drugs WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JUNE 28, 1928 Local Happenings in Neighboring Towns SULPHUR SPRINGS From Echo fMOstan*, ~JL1Z ney epr« lountri pto Cd ted Ihe is the the i lis piej jtion on imandi " be i r.H. ■icer, i ' that| th |cojr<j Cn to Kendrick'8 to get your Stationery Toilet Goods Facial Creams Sodas Cigars Cigaretts Candies and Magazines i keep strawberry, cherry nut, ban- 1 nit and vanilla ice cream, buy lsh box of icing's candies for amer- ican queens" I, J. Kendrick "THE nyal drug store" Reports from Saltillo first of the week stated that ten robed members of the Ku Klux Klau Sunday night visited the ser- vices of the Baptist church where Pastor Harvey White was preaching, and entering the church gave the pastor $10 and left a note commending his work. 1 he men then disap- peared. Work was begun on the new $10,000 Cemetery Chapel at th*' Cemetery when Mrs. Georgia H. Wilson, honored president for the past 3.°> years, shoveled the first spade of dirt. Mi-,. W. D. Beale, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 28 June 1923

• f.. m Hr' ■ * I it §11 I; (. I I 1 V ■ * I 5, $ w THE ENTERPRISE" WINNSBORO, TEXAS 4? T. B. n I1 nV I AND FINAL CLEAN UP We have been with you Ten years. We have seen the ups and downs of the busint life. Have played the game straight. "Customers first," honest and Jfair dealinj with Standard Merchandise at Low Prices, has made for us a reputation for thirl miles around. Now comes a "Thank You" and Clearance Sale. We feel there is the greatest seas( ever before us. We want to have a Clean House. Come and help us do that ai share in our Unusual Gifts and Bargains. ting ll 0m it tH lise i paot Hotel I jstrq i beli<l Kidcnnl ty 4 At I I-hefi ov fl we bis st lAini Twenty Dollars in Gold Free A Beautiful String of Pearls (With Chip Diamond in Clasp) GIVEN AWAY! TRADE WITH US Share in these Gifts and Watch our appreciation. Ask about our Gifts and Extra Specials SALE STARTS SATURDAY, JUNE 30tl AND CONTINUES THROUGH JULY ■ r r> Every Day Will Be a Bargain Day. Extra Specials 9 o'cl...

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

r* v • i •*, t v/ IDuntsborcj ML k XIV.—NO. 42. ,e Boll Weevil is Here; Now's the Time to Get Him The boll wevll. the dreaded,running counterwise to the v of the cotton crop, is j rows. In the fall a fine yield ' Although not in great; of cotton appeared on the cot- pibers at present, but if leit, ton for a strip four feet wide WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS JULY 5, 1928 ia—Mfcfa $1.25 PER YEAR notes ted the cotton fields Boon be heavily infested. I There are harmful reports expressions of belief circu- •:«tf to the effect that it pays hinj; to fight the boll weevil; it they are a blessing in dis- sp; that they are here and „not be controlled, etc. We engel and warn against the jjgtrous effect of these re- Men of good faith might on each side of the trail, mak- ing an eight foot strip of good cotton in a patch, the remain- der of which was absolutely cleaned up by the boll weevil. Captures Two Copper Stills Prohibition enforcement offi- cers are again after the moon- shiners of East ...

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