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

WINNSBOR# WEEKLY NEWS JULY 5. 1928 M .. ,4 • Ji •Jr. y.. tll'l * i 1 ■ i ! f w,- Isa I I Siansboro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor ♦IL25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered, as flecond-qj^fls janat- tm, September 24, 1909, at the ..wt^toffice at Winnsboro, Texas, iiwder the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known j* application. **JBU8HRD EVERY FRIDAY Abe July Election In another part erf this paper be found an amendment to 'A*. State Constitution which i< to be voted on by the i>eople on •he fourth Saturday in July. Tfcis amendment is of vjtal im- portance to the people of the Suite of Texas, and The News >«cn)ld advise everyone who ha? 'Met: read and studied it, to do sr •iWfrve time before the election. V course, every voter ought t< hexr arguments for and against .he amendment, but we would not advise you to argue for ei- side until you have stuci- v*' the question yourself. If have a good friend who has tef.kled how he is going to vote, twd tries to make you see ...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 5 July 1923

wmNSB0R0 Weekly NBwa .rtji/vn, 192s |f l0lvT resolution ® y>. O ft0 amendment to : 9vi^/ of the votf ach election. cast . „ iMl . li I I* 7" ■'!'' ,t. Constitution J?tuo "i' *Mch u, ;nation and reve- jfk! addinu thereto a \2ti<'" he toiown as ^ ou directing the SSturp to provide for Isti.K'tion, operation nlllintenance, under State i£ of a state system o, ? hiirhways; providing {lie election for the ratifi- L or ivirction of amend K herein proposed; and li an appropriation to iv the expenses of said wo'"n- „ . , h, solved by the Legisla- ' ,of the Stale ot Texas: Jjon 1. That there be knitted to till people of Tex- fj , ,, or rejection 1 l «necial election provided herein an amendment to ' s ot- the Constitution liki State of Texas, amending •fS 8, of Hie Conrtitu- 'of the state of Texas by Jnf thereto a new section to ELn as Section 9a, which ■Iread as follows: Ecuon 9a. The legislature TJhoriwd and directed to rido for the creation, estab- meiit construction, main- Mcr and r...

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

OTNNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JULY 5, 1*23 SB9H , 1 Bffi; I I I WHAT THE HIGHWAY AMENDMENT MEANS PRM1DKNT EXPLAINS MEASURE TO BE VOTED ON JULY 28 At the Churches METHODIST CHURCH NO BONDS ARE AUTHORIZED Plae«* Stat* Roads Undar ttata Supervision—Rural Road* Undar Counties Waco, Teiaa^—W. V. Crawford, preildent of the Texaa Highway As- ■oclatlon, Issued today a •Ulement outlining the provlalona of the pro- poaed hlKhway amondment to the State Constitution to he voted on by the people on July 28. "la aplte of all the discussion In the pre**," he aald, "there Deems to be ■ widespread misunderstanding of the proposed amendment. The many Inquiries we hare recelred In- dicate that a great many people do not know what It provides. It occurs to me, therefore, that a simple state- ment of Its provisions Is very neces sary. "The amendment proposes to add the following provisions to the State Constitution: "The Legislature Is authorized and directed to provide for the creation, establishment, construc...

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

. ■■ OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT The First National Bank WINN8BORO, TKXAS At th CIom of BuiImii Jun* SO, 18UH, as Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency ""vnhboRQ WEEKLY WW JtTLY 6, 1928 1 51.00 RESOURCES Loans & Discounts $456,423.73 U. S. Bonds — 50,000.00 jiiulding & Fixtures 11,570.00 Other Heal Estate 4,884.70 Stocks & Bonds .- Available Cash: Commercial Paper $ 40,000.00 Liberty Bonds 1 92,850.00 Cash & Exchange 140,309.78 LIABILITIES Capital Stock .$100,000.00 Surplus Fund - 100,000.00 Undivided Profits (net) _ 92,645.30 Dividend No. 28 5,000.00 Circulation 48,200.00 DEPOSITS 450,243.91 Total 273,159 78 $796,089.21 Total $796,089.21 The Abo-ve Statement is Correct ALF MORRIS, Cashier Fred Steed came over from Mineola last week to take part in "Always in Trouble" at the Carnegie opera house. Exceptional Summer Dresses made to your order, $3.95 and up.—The Enterprise. John Coleman and Red Al- dridge of Mineola were visiting in the city Sunday night. 200 pair Better ...

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

NSBOKO WEEKLYNKW5 fr h,! m 1 p!|| I ■ i Bf v J -.4 . > 'l — SAM MARTN Repairing, Cksci :s 11; Goods. All Work Guaranteed Local Happenings in Neighboring Towns HAWKINS From Call The Hawkins Methodist church has received an invita- tion to the wedding of Bev. Jesse L. Willis and Miss Ruth Comer at Gorman, Iuesday excrement offi- cers were making themselves conspicuous in this section the fitst of the week. If they cap- tured anything, we have not learned about it, however, then presence made the population sit up and take notice and gave us all something to talk and wonder about. AbHA From Herald Mrs. Will Bray (col.), living aliout four miles from Mineola, is the mother of nine children, eight of whom are twins. I he fourth set arrived one day last One of the prettiest weddings of the season was that of Miss Anna Graham, charming daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gra- ham. to Mr. Ralph W. Jackson, of Cumby, Texas, which was solemnized Tuesday morning at eight thirty o'clock at the ho...

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

IHNNSHQRO: 1928 L !(1 President Harding Finda Time to Harvest Kansas Wheat | Wiga Mi :<i- WJt- k :;t Jim I ff$ w r<T •< JrSl V ■ • m M:$m , ■ sm^-1 i j.tiiijWBWM ■ t % t. " 11 I ' ( , .r.nMs harvcHtmip beat down on I'roetdeut Ila.rdlutr A« he (<nve 'er tlu> mi* ami h.w.u, ... . L JJr to ft.irf Uio whcnt-MiftliiK wn«on nonr Hufohlnion. Juiw' 23. Thru tho ^ tr'!<,tor Pj£„„l "shocked" them with the remark, "Th(« Is how w« do it in Ohio" ,ath«'io<l K|i Qreek Cabman Proves v mself a Hero When Typhus , Threatens the Isle of Corfu • -i. wmrMd <; p ' Lrn^i- if I V u Greece, (Ry Mnil)— | Spozitos is a lu'ro. m nut rtali'/ • it. but the resi- f,f Corfu, government and no Red Crn.' ; and other relief j do. Since December loth, Jfh been driving his trusty liitrhfd to n d-verepit (•..irriagc, ; patient.'? suck with typhus ik r diseases to various hospi- l Corfu. 9hundred of 'em i:i 'Thaniel's hadhe'i still on the job. He [ike work, has never been sick, m't sfrnid of typhu...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JULY 5, 1928 fo Our Customers All we know and all we want to know ie to serve our custom- ers with merchandise and the real service weextend to you is ■\ pleasure to us and we want >0U to ask us anything that we may overlook, but to give real service we have to get the cash for our merchandise. Some people expect us to carry their recounts 30 days, but we do not t^iarge; so don't ask for it. For Service See Winnsboro Service Station $100,000 PRIZE FOR BRST PEACE PLAN ADVICE TO THE AGED A#« Wtn#a iafimWet, iuch as ilunUi bo well, weak kidnoyt. torpid Uvor. I Tutt's Pills I m iptcific aff ct on U>*M orvuu. II •Hmubtmi th* bow*U, |hia utiuil y Ktlo*. aad ImpnrlM rigor to tha mtmn I voids Cause Orlp and Influenza UA'.ATIVE riROMO QUININE Tiblelt romov* tl : canrr Ih*re la only on* "Bromo Qiimloo " C. V. liROVE S tl<nature ao box 30c. Better Than Pills For Liver Ills. jDTonlght It to ton* and atrangthan New York, July 2 —A prize of $100,000 is open today to...

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

H— — ■ ; \ wj t? ttlinnsbora ■ A . iator Sheppeard to Speak in Winnsboro August 15th Sheppeard and invited here on .. - - Harvest Mr. i honias received following reply Sunday WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTS TEXAS, JULY 12 1928 ■ ~ Mr Bin 11 in i ' x, v r n nic-' Morris oueHpetua ana invi L south- m r !Vuku'aM address here Westbrook . milts sou f the dayg Qf the Ilarv ' " ««• Jubilee.* ~ lof Winnsboro on 0rn and Gilmer road, on n„|y 13. There will be morning. nf rood stew and good r free to all. ,flkers in the forenoon iexarkanu, July 7, 1923. — ,TTMy Dear Sir and Friend:—1 Mr C. T. Dickson and;PP?n mJr. return from San An- iprto bp selected. Ion"10' * r'rK' your letter of June |the afternoon we expect,2,) 'P reference to . the home' vg from Denison and <>0,T1ing celebration at Winns-1 - — boiu August 15, 1(5 and 17. Af- ter consulting my engagements for August, I find that the 15th is open, and it will therefore give me great pleasure to be Brew? it 4 o'clock Judge J. H. Davis will spe...

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

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JULY 12, 1928 i ' I' *A I! * A Complete Assortment PANTS Llllll'llili'-.MJ Uuy 'em From -Follow that Impulse ! No. 454 . Form B—76 Official Statement of the Financial Condition of the Merchants & Planters State Bank at Winnsboro, State of Texas, at the close of business on the 30th day of June, 1923, published in the Winnsboro Weekly News, a newspaper printed and published at Winnsboro, State of Texas, on the 12th day of July, 1923. RESOURCES Loans arid Discounts, personal or collateral $297,602.32 Loans real estate — *■— 27,291.62 _ ilonds and Stocks •••• - -••••«• - 13,350.00 Other Real Estate •••- 13,091.08 Furniture and Fixtures . ..... - 7,000.001 Due from other Banks and Bankers, and cash on hand 32,431.951 Interest in Depositors' Guaranty Fund - 5,036.05 Assessment Depositors' Guaranty Fund 8,243.17 Other Resources - - 968.01 Total LIARILIT1ES Capital Stock paid in - r- - Surplus Fund ...„ — - Undivided Profits, net . — Due to Banks and Bankers, subj...

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

7)1 e??\ ■J! - i W1NW3B0RQ WEEKLY NEWft JULY 12, 1923 ONETON TRUCK Here is a chance for you to get started toward greater profits—or to build up a business of your own—and it costs only $5 to make the start. Everywhere, Ford One-ton Trucks and Light Delivery Cars are saving more than this every year for their users. So, as soon as your truck starts running it will quickly take care of the purchase price and add sir. new profits as wel It will widen the area in which you can do business, enlarge the number of customers you can serve—and keep your delivery costs down to the lowest point. Starr now toward the ownership of a Ford Truck or Light Delivery Car—use the Enrolls You Under the terms of this Plan, we deposit this money in a local bank at interest, tach week you add a little more — this also draws interest. And in a short time the truck is yours to use. Come in and Wilcoxson Motor Co. Wiansboro, Texas BJ TEETHING BABIES J Mtd food rich In feM-building materials Scott's Emulsion ...

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

mm WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS JULY 12, 1928 T9 ft: * ' 4 T' 3' Announcement • ! & I: I w ffli fit KiMi •: Made to more than Half Million people and involving Thousands of Dollars worth of Merchandise Begins Thursday JULY - The Great Annual Charatice Event oftheEntire Chain of Perkins Stores THE KE1) TAG SALE—An event launched by the PERKINS' STORES more thnn a quarter of a century ago for the purpose of making a complete clearance of all Spring and Summer merchan- dise in all the PERKINS' STORES. FOR TWENTY-SIX YEARS, at this time of the season the HIG RED TAG SALE Ik announced to the people of TEXAS and OKLAHOMA, year by year people have responded, SWELLING THE VOLUME OF SALES to such nn extent that t« duy finds I'ERK'NS* REI) TAG SALE by far the GREATEST EVENT IN Ot'R MERCHANDISING CAREER and considered by people who make it a point to know as the BIG- GEST AND MOST BONA FIDE VALUE GIVING OCCASION OFFERED BY ANY RETAIL ORGANIZA- TION THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE SOUTHWEST. Every Store in ...

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

'?k 7 . ,.u ./I Life's Uncertainty WHAT WILL BECOME OF YOU WHEN YOU CAN f?0 LONGER WORK FOR A LIVING—AND WHAT WILL BECOME OF YOUR LOVED ONES IF YOU aRE TAKEN ILL OR DIE? The only thing certain in life is its uncertainty. You cannot alter this—you can provide against it. A Sav- ing Account at the First National Bank is one form of insurance that insures against all things. $1.00 starts it. First National Bank Winnsboro, Texas WINNSBORO WEEKLY ] Chas. Robinson, dry cleaning. pfypi-3. Ladies Pure Silk Hose, Clear- ance Sale Price 90c.—W. C. Dodgen Co. JULY 12, 1928 Mrs. A. A. Wilson of Sulphur Sprmgs is visiting Mrs. W. E. \A hatlev. Chas. Robinson, Clothing. • Y,'s<. Carrie Gibson is visiting in i aris and Sulphur Springs. Ladies Fibre Silk Hose, Clear- ance Sale Price 09c.—W. C Dodgen Co. Mrs. C. L. Wilson has return- ed from Alexandria, I.,a. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wralph Rafdeyl are here from Binford for a few wetKfi before going to Califor- nia to make thtfir home. We solve the grocery...

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

B - < i< r _ i T I ( , r OTNNSBORO WEEKLY NFTOT JULY 12. 1923 WinDsboro Weekly News ! Homer R. Weir, Editor $1.26 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 knowu on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY JIM JONES AND TAXES Mr. Jim Jones is a sample young man. He has a factoi y job that, though, it keeps him jumping for eight hours every working day, yet leaves him •with a good deal of energy and lively interest in the world. Jim likes the theatres and base- ball games and dancing anil dressing up in good clothes. Jim is inclined to move around, and the tax assessor never gets one of those harrow- ing questionaires into Jim's hands. He smiles to himsell when he hears one of his shop- mates, an oldish fellow with a family, grumbling about taxes. Jim thinks he has a great ad- vantage in being single and un- encumbered with taxable pro- perty. Let the other fel...

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

7* 1, /O r AM MARTIN, JEWELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. ocal Happenings in Neighboring Towns GILMER From Mirror i w. Foster, of James, Ueft here on June the 2nd P. • his mother in Byrds- ' Tenn., and had not been . from until the family at end of the line were very .' and instituted a search :ch tile Sheriff's office here 1 a $25 reward for infor- 1 has been heard from, is' water hound with a ken down auto at a little : his son didn't remember name of, in Arkansas. fessrs. Marshall and Christ- brought two stalks of cot- taken from the same field, about the same size, full of U and squares, one a 19ZZ Jk that sprouted out from an 15taik that survived the mild Dter. the other a sample stalk this year's growth, both of [ich were very fine speci- als. PITTSBURG From Gazette Ifhe High School has been irded affiliation in Advanced frithmetic—1-2 unit; and in Hieral Science—1 unit. This te 22 1-2 credits for Pitts- krg. Louie Traylor and Luther iver?, n...

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

VII I 1 VM&wiKif l p % v: ; M! I 1 1 CALL ON Wright & Vickers FOR- Goods, Shoes and Groceries ftlNNSBORO Junior Epworth JULY 12, 1923 METHODIST CHURCH Program for July m. p. I Our Junior church is fully or- ganized. and ready for active Audra Fae Rountree service. It consists of all the -Not Ashamed to bt WINNSBORO, TEXAS f1 IVYIA iYitY/ir, iWlV.'/lV-i V.- tiV'Vv t\-i >, /1■ IWtvvtvvly,' LUMBER WE HAVE V GOOD ; TOCK OF LUMBER AND MOLDINGS; A GOO'i LINE OF GUARAN- TEED PAINT, LEAD AND OIL, WOOD STAINS AND VARNISHES, AUTO RE-FINISH; QUICK DELIVERY. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. SO COME AROUND AND PRICE WITH US. NORTH OF GALT BARN Scroggin-Drummond Lumber Company Leader- Subject a Christian. II Tim. 1:10-13. How Paul felt about being Ashamed—By Leader. When Peter was Ashamed— Matt. 26:69-74—Lorene llall- ■man. Stephen's Courage for Jesus' Sake—Acts. 6:8-15, and Acts. 7.8-15.—Wm. Proctor. The Loyalty of Marinus—Ju- lia Hightower. Talk: "Unashamed Junior Leaguera" —Do ris Craddock...

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

I 8lM 25c the | lut flinnsboro tieduvi pce^s. VOL. XIV-—NO- 44 u|\\Si;(il{() gikl WINNING HONORS harmony news WINNSBORO, WOOD COUNT v, TEXAS, july 19, im $1.25 PER ^ looks like corn Ig gointr to The following item was re-;be a failure jf w ? "*«® ceved b> T!"' *««h1 Woe«l rain soon. Mrs. Grinder of Paris is vis- iting relatives of this commun- ity at this writing. Little Miss Frances Hill was real sick last week. Mrs. Minnie Holder and child- ren are visiting relatives 12 mil- es north of Sulphur Springs. We failed to report last week that Miss Eugenia Fuller is Three Rings, Count 'Em uto from the publicity depart- ment of Baylor University at I Helton • "Mis< Eva Acker, daughter lof Mi and Mrs. C. C. Acker of Winnsboro is attending the Lmmer session of Baylor Col- Leo for Women of Helton, Tex. This is one of the largest sum- L-r sessions "I' any school the state, in . , . ... . !visiting her sister, Mrs. Rally "Miss Acker is on® of the few j Brandon of near Newsome, who Ijtud...

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

I tl *1,4 j ■ii 1 ■ ■ U 1 .1 i ■ II IHNNSbORO' JULY 19, 1928 S SECOND-HAND Remember |e ly — We Sell BR INGS SALES STORE f, C. JENNINGS, Manager !*<Mt Door to Huidle im t I'Ikiio 176 Winnsboro Tors' ic •kill Tonii rmtn m I put > 'i4 Vitality by 'orifyii* a d I M hi w Blood. When yoa feel ita tn.(lit n g, invigorating effect. Me bow % . c 4or to the cheeks and Uow inapr- • the appetite, you wlU than Ct> .«• '• lr«« Umk: value. <<'>1 Ti alee* chill Tonic it aiapJy |«i iit nine suspended in syrup. Se Mill «• i children like it. The Mood QUI to Purify it and ImON to «n.i i! ♦"•stroys Malarial germs anfc If. fiirmt r it* Strengthening, Invifor- i mm 1 Mm "1 I"- Mc. tr z i nrararararararap Well! Strong!" 'An ma Clover, of R. F. D. 5. wwf aid, Kans., says: "I t'f i J suffer some months fc.O it? womanly troubles, and 11 «aa tftrid I was „ to get m bad IJach monTh I suffered "«Mfi my head, back and sldes—a weak, tchlng, ner.vous feeling, i Mgan to try medicines as I knew | w...

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

frlNNSBQRQ WEEKLY WWWi JULY 18, 1923 lOTCI ' in Kits to I lot), Bind I Iiiri4| I<-"' t —— fou Need the Service \Ve welcome to this bank nil who huve financial matters they desire to discuss with us and place our advice at their command. We give you good service, courteous treatment and sympathetic at- tention to your banking needs. You need the services of Bank. Why not seek the Bank that especially meets your needs? May we see you here? h.i^L.:;^V"d gin* Miller Mr. .=,,,1 Mrs. W. M. Gran-1 Oklahoma. Charleston,visited in Tyler last week lloll Weevil destroyers at Campbell's Big Five. Aldin Milligan is in Quitman attending the six weeks sum- mer normal there. Miss Lula Moore of Avinger is visiting Miss Paulyne Rhym- FIRST NATIONAL BANK VINNSBORO, es. Soap—75c worth for 50c Fri- day and Saturday at Proctors. Miss Lulu Gilbreath left Sat- urday for a few weeks visit in Dallas. 11 Bars Soap and 1 Package Sea Foam, all for 00c Friday and Saturday at Proctors. E. B. Brewer, deliveryma...

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

T J ■ A if. i* '11 It ■ W\b 1 i"- . 1 Sit I IIr u} i i i f ... Bit li vmiM if > w y\ i *" LJ. % • IF •* ill Weekly News Homer 'R. Weir, Editw $1.26 A YjtiAR IN ADVANCE ! — — Entered as second-claw mat- tot, Septeinber 24, 1909, at the poitoffice, at Winnsboro, Texas, under th f act of March 8, 1879. ■v. 11 by some of the land owners. We understand one man wants ■\h much for a le^se on his pro- x ity as the lund is actually worth. JO jY NEWS JULY 19, 1923 Advertising rates made known i application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY WHEN 'IflllNGS WERE FROZEN IN JUNE The yeilr 1816 has gone down into history as the year ol 'eighteen Jiundred and lioze to death." Not much authentic concerning name sug- A para s History declares that frosts occurred every month of r (a history as iteen J i." W information exists it, but gests jrraph of Vermont nation exists it th« popular a gruat deal, in Thompson' the summer (and that snow fell every month of the year. On June H snow I fell to a depth of 5 or ...

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

tfcb. iTheyEap- Way to Own a ONE-TON TRUCK Here is a chance for you to get started toward greater profits—or to build up a business of your own—and it costs only $5 to make the start. Everywhere, Ford One-ton Trucks and Light Delivery Cars are saving more than this every year for their users. So, as soon as your truck starts running it will quickly take care of the purchase price and add new profits as well. It will widen the area in which you can do business, enlarge the number of customers you can serve—and keep your delivery cost down to the lowest point. Start now toward the ownership of a Ford Truck or Light Delivery Car—use the J* Under the terms of this Plan, we deposit this Enroll* money in a local bank at You interest. Each week you add a little more — this also draws interest. And in a short time the truck is yours to use. Come in and let us give you full particulars. Wilcoxson Motor Co. Winmboro, Texas WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWft JULY 19, 1928 "USE YOUR BRAINS" T he practical ...

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