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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 November 1920

• Jr ' 'j | A' I II i L Are Necessary I3ei4iiii£ Now-|W are Making Them iv Prices on Clothing prices quoted on 0111 stock f clothing represent many nstanees a reduction of rrn . , . ., . . i .our otainal selling price of This big retail organization is big enough to meet more t> n fifty per cent. These eductions are made as a f the recent decline in jlesale clothing markets. principals governing good business. Therefore Zlr£ £therveVT Kst,Mll! .1 li n i • a • i a qualit] and value. tne big Perkins store is ready to announce conditions on a legitimate basis. It is mindful^of Another Lowering of Prices Effective Now These later reductions are made necessary by re- cent declines and apply principally to Men's and Boy's Clothing, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Mil- linery. However at this time our ENTIRE stock is being offered the public at LOWER PRICES. We Do Not Announce a Sale We do not feel that conditions now justify us in view PRICES, SALE Ts reality they are not sale prices, ont RE...

Publication Title: Winnsboro Weekly News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 November 1920

Weekly R. Weir, MHor |vtAK IN ADVANCE. which we cannot now forsee, which must coma to terested in—fruit and true* crops. Thoee that are near marketing ought to plant all of is %!T;ry ,r hnjC j „ t-cond-cluM mat-1 it, came to™' u! «E? !i!!V"U°° ' )• ~ Mr. Ste- thing. The staple crops that find 0 paying can PK£S3 ASSOCIATION k"l)ll> NOT OFFER I SAY8 SEN. VEST Lu-' 24. 1909, t the P^ns und Mr Hunter. Mr. rarely ever-fail to Ut Winnsboro, Texas, his "Ut( hl' 1 '-nwderod it market, in so far as w have r ld 0f March 8,1879.1 ment hfo.?de.Mh i !* KtHle" ^ed out «« foUow : rad- lis L V r . llt ,usto,'y may ,sh< • '•■••re. beans, tomato* ngl ates made known the me^ w!.™" ("'?e.r .M Irish potatoes, onions, peppers, btioi WfuSTthis off. M to haw cant, < ltM(, waterme^ I ~ lli i) ! .. ,lt t,le 'lands these an- (he main ones Sep KVEUY FRIDAY £ JJJJMJ* JJyoln should not cumber , arrot add™ ' graves' sonie othe, s in a small way have "FW if m v. , proven profitable.. It would not . u Y .....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 November 1920

i I 5 I : >f 1 I i U| In* V I ' ISP ; ^ V> * V ■ i Hi j *c, (A* I.' * ifl i i I MLE WOT ALWAYS A WtLl j MEW WAY TO TAKE PHOTO* Lengthe At In U Cr>gj| />.9p* i>ing CwtrlM $ww Mil* Longest Ehr*1 *A-s n#n k i n g milts tsari n. i« at S.' frt f*>* O' lei a*a i? •«✓■ countries bare all in aw-—the f<et. and the or MUtHli Brie of miking j di(!mn« of with between the two; £r S rfrh nule of 5.«".'!> feet, and Ifcr Irv4i wile of 6.??0 f«*t. The Carman mile of today it ?4.- ii* It- i i. I<-M ih. nww than four «tkj a naif nnjfc.a* loot! a.- our mile. Tlw* I>atfh bare a mile of 19.?^S fc !, the l>aiits one of ?4,875 feet, •ad th«* Prussian* one of 21,$56 fcrt 'l"he Swim get more eierciae a walking one of their mile* than -** g*t in walking fire of our*, for Aeir ntile it 27,459 feet. The Italian mile it only a few fax longer than ourt, the Roman ■lie i shorter, and the Tuscan ■tJ<-. a* well at the Turkish mile, ■ 4.V) feet longer. The Swedith atile i* 22,'>...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 November 1920

I 1 ' iiim , 1 Hi HI 2 jl ' J1 I *v< ■■ *■■ •'5\ ' &*V " %pr"'' •J' A:),; -k- / W'*M I Pii'Sp '' j f! '•k wtm w Grt this Xma* guide book to Period Furniture *CXLh>: This Xmas let it be a Furnitui'e / istocrat Come in and let us give you a copy of "Edison and Music". Tells about the chief period designs what they look like, what they stand for. Pithy descriptions. Beautiful illustration*. Just the information you want. f Other Models: Elizabethan Queen Anna Umbrian Jacobean Louis XIV Heppelwhit© Sheraton (without inlay) XVIII Century English Italian (Consol table) Sheraton (Consol table) % French Gothic (3 styles hand-carved) Let us show you v v ; a phonograph cab! r! Every New Edi uur or— no matter what its is encsed ii i genuine period ca e< • U;. Period Furniture '•1 w '-n mi e> quisite developo* ! ^ it I* originated in the 1 a- i iV , (',< turies. Europe M vaO' Aristocra-y. Fit !r ; war tb^ of the day. Ai unj ral >U • ru • artists,* architect a uJ dc ;igf Mt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 12 November 1920

1 I i ft 'V A k - : <m m ain kh pwuH noiseless, aI- ^^_®mnn<Hioced from earth, ki, llth. we find it in theae rmr Hitlers: UO-V-E. These lines reveal the secret at Mrs. Pope's, life: "Low thyself last: and oh. the joy shall thrill thee KB < harj**i with ft? tha Iray Ml W«iNt MMMRH ■unobtrusive you guilty or not yuitty?| "Not guilty, your honor. Nora shake hands wid de judge ;| judge, meet me wife.B mood Times-Despatch. | Ladies' ctik rain e<>ata ,.t Bros. Co. i Methodist I Rich- starts promptly be late. inl Firkin- |rK>oi i: Id. Don't SHOES AGAIN KKDITED Orma Ske< n Again this week we have re \a never vet to selfish souls was ('uct? our on shoes. Prac- was in the cit; lay. given. Whate'er thy lot. peace will fill thee. And earth shall seem room of heaven." tfeally our entire perfect duc®d below last Fred Steed Waco. stock is re- weeks prices. We are offering exceptional bar- t «k the ante- * in* before b.iving vour * fall shoes you will do well to investigate and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 November 1920

hi the I yd.. ■est 5a \nt t Indyj |H Mil rami winnsboro, county. tej&s. novkmukk m. $1.25 PER rzsm The Old Reliable |First National Bank standing on the same cor- c ner where it has been for twenty years, a safe custo- dian of your money '"■Invites Your Account Large or Small Capital and Surplus $300,000 First National Bank WINNSBORO TEX A 8 nwr '«*w<NawB rr« BUY YOUR GOODS FROM K\ II. McCrarv ■ i * Large Stotfk of Window Shades Linoleum 9x12 Congoleum Rugs Art Squares PRICES RIGHT COFFINS ANB CASKETS Furnished Day or Night. Phone 279. SAFETY, YES! The non-interest bearing and unsecured de- posits of this bank are protected by the State Bank Guaranty Fund. We are a meml>er of the SERVE SYSTEM. Open an account with us- it. FEDERAL RE- -we will appreciate IVE DOLLARS OFF I i are offering a still fur-, |reduction of $5.00 per suit i*r clothing below our ition Sale prices. We offer or chances but we give iceptional bargains. Skeen Company. PUBLIC SALE sale to be held Sat- rr, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 November 1920

======^==-==^~-===s ====a^jp^BBicr^" "" r ' — Sensational ])emonstra|ii Perkins Merchandising AM> 151 ' V \ $45,000 Purchase ol Ready-to-Wear Ti e NVa V«.rk buyers ( f tl < : j PEKX NS < I.;un of Retail St. i- - ;« rating through Texas and Oklahoma have been w.iitiAg for .tn <>{-(<ortanty 10 cle<ir the sucks cf Eastern Wholesale Ready-to-Wear makers. This oppor- '.u ;ty pn>se .ted itself the p..st we* k and prompt action with cash money resulted in * purchase of between $45,000 and $50,000 worth of Fine Coat Suits. Coat* and Dresses « ;*rires seemingly unbelievable at this time Ladies Ready-to-Wear in the big market centers naa been scarce, due to non-production of recent months, and it was only makers of highest grade garment that were carrying any surplus stocks; buyers have been plentiful for small lots of these stocks and not until the declines of the last few days did they entertain close out inducement. Our buyers were fortunate and on the job, ana when...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 November 1920

believe im charms ,.tn of Ivaey Degr « H«v« flinching Faith In Them, as Averting Evil. (£h«r 's of Afghanistan 'mv.i, at at;-' -, been written by fr.til- |or foqt mid the people „„ i iM|iifstioniiip belief ami ichiiiK tritHt in them. These L lis iirx! divinations spctn tlu.'V are to a great ci- te outcome of the religious trs- ,iii(l IteUefn of I he eonntrv, ^ i> only to be expected, a I; ..run- exotie and can be tru'fti Ldiun and Peiaian idosa. x.o (of wliite pufMinir i." over o.-fen in - • 1.h-.v l.n" lifiuj: inut- | fivci tli'' 11''i. I'll it- in done to t)ie evil of the servant* or of ne wh< m.i.v liave looked at the |in Fuch a way uk to caiwe din- to those who cat it. If a party [ixmt i« overtaken in a storm, lew r' read from the Koran to > the fury of the water. On a. [iiij-ht a woman who finds her- llont has only to mutter a pas- Ifroni the holy book in order to I herself from all evil, and with krd in her hand and a sora on lips she ean travel any distance but the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 November 1920

. 1 i ; ? 1 $ n ■i 1 Tit. K| l3i V> W'at Youall Mean—Gotta Have Turkey To Be Thankful? T The Prtdattn* County You are facing the tijirg realities of a reconstr ter a terrible war. at this very moment wondering "Is there a gti p chance for me?" The — rdtrends upon you Are (you * willing to act collectively? Ev- (CLASSIFIED J\ LOST—Somewhere in Winns- iboro. Nov. 15th, $50.00 in cur- rency. five ten dollar bills. Will pay reward. Apply at this of- 01' fice or to Virgil Cassel. r- ute of 2t GeJoreith Jr. "vv interest under the sur* is N0TirF_Those who have u t *ron«rlv organized in ^r of diiU^ HgHUl;>t N W. Ik,yd v ill l^ cJwa. except the mail same to Box 18. It is nlain that it «Pans. Texas, for payment. Will question of how much can I ./** J .. . *T' i roduce, but how much retArn.« ' , . . U 1 to «ct (ran what I to- * v W ft,,* ^ucei f refund at once. N. W. Boyd. In view of these facta ami ' ~ ~ , ™ many others which I might W)ST—Betwt en Black Oak an', mention I issue this cal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 November 1920

K3 [Clothing at Price Half Oc Saturday, November 20, I mi offer ny entire line of Men's and Boys' Clothing at exactly Half price. This reduction for one day cnly. 4bout 75 Boys' Suits and 50 Men's Suits to select from. These Suits are first Quality - . latest styles. No stock torn ■goods to offer# No charges and no Ireiurns. J. B. Howell Ladies $!tW Your chnioc of any indit 1,1 our mi 11 ir ion (lunar Saturday, Nov. 20tl, fm- $fc:00. Some df these , tiomil values coat riloae t( wholesale. Take vour picl tbnrr all for- $5.00. Skwr pun Oorrirumy. met mm ■ % I! rot %i ■ oi n Wfli fh< *■ TV Wheeler I<<fl Wedti j'I'o" St. /loneph, Mo., Whor will taike «i course rri vetoi medicine, Clothing in half price .<:nd i icivfi' popular rn'icWl ow d>.> <(Tilv. Sstordav 5m. .1. K Howell. !Vrno Thorns* of the 'utn Democrat va« here day afternoon. 1 .adiefT misses' arid millinery selling at rvn. •price fine1 l«s? Hat* $\.Oft rm rtoA. The Enterprise. WM- nk w< 1 « M W t r.istt ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 November 1920

.AMIS P ,1 !i % m: 0, . J V | f ?2l| f - 1 m . E . L* " *Si ««ff «W YORK'S FIRST SETTLERS In MMtum at Altoay U4>ci.' That TM ■ Wwt • f«k M Orifin. f«k:rn<* were the firrt aettlera of v llkfti* Official Return* General Election! Wood County, Held November 2, 1920 .•rw York. aw rdtii£ to th ■rfrred by a wdketMRl of about Wi rein* n><*-n!i.v p*f«ite t: au muKum m Albany l*y Mi 1 Tlkimpmo of ('iiuiiw)* of Mvron H ( r r ..I Xew To, it To M v the F. a. tha • '.JO . sum •t thit CANDIDATES n. tf itt. « 01 ^ <>rk Ul inter-ret story ai lad int< U - «*' and th*.*.*#* lijrht ai. th> -jbc&ej uiljalI'tantA of N aMa. ao far a* artfatitU art a. le to' jafa*. mv« a writer in the St. I --:u 1 tspuMic. In it are many of the in - .^ «eiits u*£"d by thii peoy>l«. who, *a anrerago perMti will be mpnwd ^ !fc«rnt ouiii; from tUe frown fa t mm of the far North thousajids of aaa> ago, when would a**ni sl- nnpowible h>r men to migrate a distance. It number* also of the Ame...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 November 1920

(STOMACH INDIGESTION d': Black-Draufkt Highly amended by a Tennessee 5; for Troubles Re- ing from Torpid Liver. Ngliivlllo, Tenn.— Thp effle- t dford's Ulack-DrauRtH, the •>rb, llvar medicine, Is far by Mr. W. N. ParRons, n tf thi: city. "It la without M l liver roadlolne, and I ig& I could got alouK without jn it for tour stomach, head id liver, indigestion, und all ■ottbi • that are the result of Notice of Specinl Election Whereas, the City Council of the City of Wmnboro, Toxaa o, the 27Ui fitiy of October, A. I). 1920, by Its resolution passed and approved by the Mnvor of said city, und now of record in its minutes, provided for hold- ing a special election in the City of Winnxhoro, Texas, at tlie office of the Chancer of Commerce, within said City on the 9th day of December, A. D. 1920, tor the purpose of sub- mitting to tlie resident proper- ty taxpayers, who :ire qualified voters, of said City the question of the adoption or rejection of Chapter Eleven, Article? 1006 u,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 19 November 1920

f! I I V 1 " «rr a I H •tp 1 10 \ & tV I *c, (•^ | s im i ' ac I I' _ . .. t Tuesday and Wednesday o! Acting under the authority wero spent jn Dallas at a of the American Cotton Asao- county agtnu meeting of north walioa and pursuant to a call ^ ^ nc|th Texas> Thit of R. J. GaaUn. who had been wa.< one of intensive appointed to do so bv Nathan faIKj at yhich plans wer, Adams. 1'resideut of the Amer-1 pyj for next year's pio ican Cotton Aaarciatxm. an en- thv«ia*tic meeting of farmers. _____ £2u? ,lS! At the laat meeting of thf held at Q^'tman Mnda> after- aamber of it *n. noon and the \\ood count> or- pn)p0jied aru1 adopt,.,] that th ganrt.it icn pemctea. Chamber of Commerce pee i' Jul** Ben F. £atk*J caUea of thp hetter „ta.,le nf crt- th« n-^etinf to^de^Mrf Mr. ^ miJd ^ f0tten toother rnri better price received for it wpi ailcod a better price So on the next Saturday pose of the meeting and ^ t the assembalge elWt iU twenty or thirty farmers -re' owti officer*. ......

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 November 1920

MaNM* )L XII. NO. 14 WINNSIiORO. WOOD COUNTY TEXAS. NOVEMBKK 2<>. 1L20 per VeaI lodge Cars, Accessories, Oils, Gasoline, Free Air d Water Hodge Service Station Tom S. Steed 1 he Old Reliable First National Bank standing on the same cor- ner where it has been for twenty years, a safe custo- dian of your money Invites Your Account Large or Small Capital and Surplus $300,000 First National Bank WINNSBORO TEX A S BUY YOUR GOODS FROM R. H. McCrarv % Large Stock of Window Shades Linoleum 9x12 Congoleum Rugs Art Squares PRICES RIGHT COFFINS AND CASKETS Furnished Day or Night. Phone 279. What More Could You Ask? The Non Interest bearing and unsecured de- 1 <-aits of this bank are protected by the Siate Rank Guaranty Fund. We re membei* of the FEDERAL RE- SERVE SYSTEM. Merchants & Planters Slate Fank (Ma '• Pa's Bank) Winnsboro, Texas. Officers and Directors S. F. X n, President (Wholesale Grain) T. S. Stood, Vice Pres. (Merchant) Ben Stokes, Active Vice President. Gordon Alvis,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 November 1920

>■*% I i ' J | '?: ■ j * if '31 \P Vs ; *c, J < IfV i \ } 1 j Sri WHEN YOU NEED a tonic to help renew the zest of life and that snap that de- notes vigor and strength, take SCOTT'S EMULSION Its rich, tonic-nutrient properties can be a large factor in restoring strength and building up the body. COULD NOT CONCEIVE IDEA SPEAKER LET TONGUE SLIP mm a—i Mated Mathasnatl- aa Late M 1403 D«el r#d tit* AiryUM ImpoMiDI*. At faitr a* IW, Simon Xewcomb "pewed i that it vn ~imw --ble** for a hiav.w-tlwn- air aaarhtc. in !r. Was V* nwtak * niwii by mathe- iMi'n! km lit?? On*' ti -itatc# at (Sm noHs*' V- in a matheuattcian of rvrT" explanation wit« to fee iwBbl aad emotional to a ao inevr'islent with ' aples. staMul IWw scientist prin- m N« cM k could understand rnatbemat- VICTIMS RESCUED K... • v,Tjvtr. blower met ?;rl: acid true.L>mss are ; ^jrous be- cause of th ' ' sjous attacks I-J. i tv* ' warning they givo trm'. ' ..cd jittc. Ion by talcing C9LDMFBAI, n 17 oot *-e an< ical rela...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 November 1920

A Tonic For Women <<| was hardly able to drag, I was so weakened," writes Mr«. W. F. Kay, of Eaaley, S. C. j "The dfKtortreated me lor about two months, still I didn't get my better. I had a large fam- ily and felt 1 surely must do something to enable me to take care of my little ones. I had heat -I of ^■bhhhhihhhhbss Notice Of social Election ' FOR THt BEGINNER AT PCLO , STORK SIDED WITH ITALIANS UNLIKE THEIR RED BROTHERS J • The Woman's Tonic "I decided to try it," con- I tinucs Mrs. Kay ... "I took eight bottles In all ... I re- gained my strength and have had no more trouble with wo- manly weakness. I hare ten children and am able to do alt my homework and a lot out- doors ... I can sure rccorn- Irocnd Cardul." Take Cardui today. It may | be just what you need. At all druggists. £.81 (Tablots or Granules) [2. INDIGESTION With or without water; pUniMint to take. QUICK RELIEF! Price, 25-50-75;! MADE or SCOTT *i BOWNI MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION r . 3. a -xz3x:xmttarjBauv Wher...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 November 1920

1 ' to & i V' ™ la JtL I _ REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The First National Bank At Winn: bom in the Slate of Texas, at the dose of business oi November 15th, 1920. Four Killed in Franklin County RESOURCES I I ■ • 1 i and discounts, including rediscounts, (except those (hown in b and c) $541,380.76 Customers' liability account of acceptances of ^this bank purchased or discounted by it..... 123,877.42 Total loans _ — 664.7c8.18 Devoid ted to secure circulation (U. S. Bonds par value 50,000.00 Hod: ed to secure postal savings dep par v 1.000.00 Pietlged a* collateral for State or other deposits or Wits payable 40.000.00 Ov.ned and unpledged — 21.000.00 Total U. S. Government securities . Securities, other than U.S. bonds not including stocks owned and unpledged . .._.. 2,991.11 Tctal bords, securities, etc., other thin U. S— S:ock cf Federal Reserve Bank. (50 per ct of sub.)..„ Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered 10.000.00 Equity in banking house - 10,000.00 Furniture and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 November 1920

Clothing at Half Price BAPTIST CHURCH. I will a rind Half On Saturduy, November 27, offer my entire line of M n' Boys' Clothing at exact .y price. This red ction top one day only. fcbout 75 Boyo* Su ts and 50 Men's Suits t o eelejt from. These Suits are first quality and No stock worn No charges and no latest styles, goods to offer* returns. J. B. Howell Insboro Weekly News ncr R. Weir, Editor | A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ered us second-class mat- eptember 24, 1909, at the ffice at Winnsboro, Texaa, the act of March 3,1879. Ivertising rates made known plication. The pastor wuh greeted by two large enthusiastic congre- gations on his return from the j Baptist State Convention last Sunday. Tlie crowds seemed to greatly enjoy the pastor's re- |x>rt of the great convention and hearing him tell of his ex- periences is Juarez, Mexico. | Everybody seemed to be glad of the opportunity to attend Sunday School last Sunday. Each department had a fine re- port nnd the spirit of the Sun- nay School w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 November 1920

I II * RESEMBLED FABLEO UNO HAS ODD ENDOWMENT FUND i ■M«tr •# Unknown Country Ua4 | Party ••!( *• Th«y H*4 Found Last Vallty. That a l«*4 valley 1st hidden in ttw h<-*n of ti>f mountains ia the Montr Rom chain ««j> a tradition that had been long current among the peasant* of the Italian Alp*. It vw fabled to be aii eartiiW paradise, ' «srp«'ted with richest wa- tered by eleareM nr« am*, shad- awed by fruitful trera, hut cnt 08 on a**n> side by im pa*«ahle glaoers. The dor} i> told by De Saui*ure of aeren men in the year 1778, who >et <n* to Cod thia unknown and myth- 1 tral valley from F.vessooej, and at- tended ajl the length of the Lya glacier to the l^ajoch. They climbed to the top of a little ptel of rock on the Col and looking down toward the unknown valley of Zennatt they tried aloud that the tale that had keen told then) waa true—there lay the fast valley below them, a valley ao well-known now to all Alpine allniher* and lover* of the Alpa, but a new disc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 26 November 1920

. AND ^.COTTON RAISER obstacle in the rivirg at a businnesa ■ndlii'R cotton is the Credit that obtains in Xlni average abili- f'tll-cotton raiser, his Liu.-tn ;">d general 1 aR a \vorke<- are all kt-d. vagrred ami „e credit merchant j niako so many bale* Jind that the price, |p of some other gani- Ifetch him out at the I year to the great a<l- |f the creditor. Both Und cotton raiser are their wealth on the ^position. The cotton jealth is his ability to Inn. all the rest is ru- ^ the store he goes for |es and at the close or to make a long I'll if all things have Inible. crops good and nunerative. the end finds both in a fine- inind—the creditor has [profit and the debtor H his credit. "Good I (throw the dice again." jijji' is increased, like- store account. But ■s, the infects come Iricc wanes. And the ]thi> season finds credi- fcebtor in the middle of The merchant must lie cotton raiser must ever the pride may be, t here is where their clash. There is a I Credit is the ...

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