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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 August 1923

v. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 9, 1923^ . , iJf * miv if m '• i i : I' m mi- i;|] II ■j P'• I ' i?'| M'M. l-; | J I Ir > * PRINTING YOU'LL NEED FOR FALL Order Now and Have It When You Need It In a few weeks^Fall business will start, and from present!'indicationsiit will] be considerably! better than either of the t two past years. When you get busyjyou don't want to be delayed- doing things that can be attended to beforehand. One of things you can attend to uq is the stationery and printing jobs ?0 Will You Follow the Crowd and (iet What is Lett, or Will You Lead the Crowd and ' Get What You Desire? You will never get to the ■ front by following the crowd. I You have a tendency to wait and see what the other fellow is going to do. Then you are la follower. You will never be a leader as long as you do this. Success requires ACTION. If you knew where you > could go ana dig up a can ol j gold, wouldn't you grab a spade? You can get some- thing better at the Tyler Com- 'unercial ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 August 1923

"" *' v ' " BO WINNSBORQ WEEKLY news august 9, 1923 t • COMMENCING AT 8:30 SHARP STORE CLOSED THURSDAY ARRANGING STOCK $20,000 Stock To Move Out In 30 Days We have decided to close out our entire stock of merchandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, and Groceries, *n the next 30 days. As we are badly in need of money to meet our oblgations this means a real 'sale. We must have money quick and in order to get it will cut prices in two during the sale. % We realize that money is scarce at this time of the year and we are going to give you prices on merchandise von arm First Hour We Will Sell -35c Voile at 1 lc Per Yard " Seconu Hoi r We Will Sell ! taw St Piece Goods big REDUCTIONS ON ALL PIECE GOODS ALL 75c VOILES AND ORGAEDIES REDUCED TO 39c BEST RED SEAL GINGHAM, 35c GRADE, NOW 23c ONE LOT GINGHAMS for -•••• 9c ALL crepe DE CHINES, $1.75 GRADE, NOW $1.49 ONE LOT POPLIN, $1.50 GRADE, NOW - $L00 ONE LOT TISSUE GINGHAM, 50c VALUE, ALL COL- ORS NOW 39c ONE LOT LINEN, ALL COLO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 August 1923

I WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 9, 1M3 5000 People are * Expected to Attend See that You Are One of Them It Will Be a Day of Real Pleasure Meeting Old F riends 1 *1 i I I II ,r il> i Hf- M ! IV I Jot I •' 11,. | | : [, % Union and Non-Union Farmers and Winnsboro! Business Men's Get-to-Gether Picnic at Ben Stokes' Pasture, One-Quarter Mile Southwest of Winnsboro Speakers of State Wide Fame Representing the Farm Labor Union Will Make Addresses. PLENTY OF ICE WATER, STOCK WATER and SHADE % , Come and bring your family together with well-filled basket of eats and enjoy one Real Day of Pleasure Before Cotton Picking Time. WELCO AWAITS > > r mlHJn

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 August 1923

AM MARTiN . • ; •- V' * WINNSBQBQ WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 9, 1923 3 ■nnv ...Personal Service... S ■ Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. \11 Work Guaranteed. There is a service that goes with the deposit and it is the aim of the First National Hank to give the best service possible. Business man, Professional man, Farmer or Clerk, you need the service we give. Have jpu a Bank Account? If not, we want you to start one now—we don't care how small an amount you gtart with-—we want you to make the start.; « *• • * Leudmghaus Wagons 2l/i Inch Long Dpis D'Arc Fellows $155.00 Inch Lo.ig Hois D'Arc Fellows $157.50 2lA Inch Long Hois D'Arc Fellows, Hois D'Arc Spokes a:ki Hlack Locust Hubs $175.00 All complete \vith Gear Brakes, Lazy Hack Spring Seats, and 24x10'/j Beds. <51 SON BROS. Store* at Pickton and Winnsboro, Texas m — FIRST MATIONAl BANK WINNSBORO, TEXAS LOCAL HAPPENINGS Ghas. Robinson, dry cleaning. Let us know your wants for . the coming season. We certain- Fern Gilbreath has a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 August 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 9, 1923 A Word From J. L Cassel > « Since I have been honored by the Htockhulders of the Farmers Gin Company of Winnshoro by being elected one of their directors, I want to thank ,one and all 'who helped to crown me with such honors, and since the board of directors have seen fit to honor mc with the management of all gins belonging to the stockholders of this company, I feel very grateful to each and every member pf this board and take this method of committing my best efforts and cooperation with them, and I want to say to each and every stockholder of this well established and needed institution, with your loyal support and cooperation you have kept the faith and fought a good fight. As you know the management of this concern has struck many a snag and has spent many a sleepless night without pay, but the darkest hour has always been just before day. Now with the present season dawning upon us, though the crop prospect is looking short, you can, an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 August 1923

^VINNSBORQ WEEKLY NEWfl AUGUST t, 1923 fphj |Pon I Act! 'o Serve Our Customers iour aim. Drive in and see if we know service. [e want to serve you in some ny. Plenty of cold water. rent a ford ■you haven't, try it once. For iing trips and extended stays. Special price. Cars are Cash on Delivery. innsboro Service (.C. Miller Station J. C. Davis Severe [Indigestion 11W wry severe attacks of "mtion,' writes Mr. M. H. ^farmer, of R. F. D. 1, Miss, "1 would suffer inihsatatimc.vA.il I dared vu a little Dread and er... consequently I suffer- Mlroni weakness. I would try Best, then the terrible suffer- ! ia my stomach I 1 took " Iocs, but did not get any The druggist recom- Thedford's ICK-DRAUGHT i&MS ,7uit' f9r- u 1 ilnad tried others for two *■? J*?" without any 1m- I .S n.my heal,h- I soon 1 the Black-Draught was J on my live: and easing Jwnblc pain. * "In two or three weeks, * ■Ml could go bnck to eating. Nj weighed 123. Now I il47—eat anything 1 want M d by taking lllack-Dr Better...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 9 August 1923

ifTT; ■ t «■ 3 'M ! •J i! v j i )■ ■! xxrtnaay for John D. Attending regular •enrices at the •community church nenr hit* borne •it Tnrrytown. N. V„ Jobra P. itockefWler observed hi* 84th birth- day July & The founder of Stand <wd OU Co and now one of the world'm richest men, was very gracious to newspaper men. ✓ - ■■ ■ i,,, | Showing Every Afternoon .At the Amusu Theatre—come pay this popular playhouse a visit some afternoon. First af- ternoon show starts at 1:30 p. m. Last afternoon show begins at 4:80 p. m. Colds Cause Qrlp snd InfliMnxa IJJZATIVE rfROMO QUININE TabUu nam the cause. There it ooly one "Broino Qulaioe.** K. V/. GROVE'S ligsalort «o box- Mc. Want to go somewhere to- day? Why not visit the Amu- MU Theatre—it is open Every Mlternoon. First show begins it 1:30 p. m. Last show in uit Afternoon starts at 4:30 p. m. Let's go this afternoon! No Worm* in u iioalthy Child All children troubled with Wormu have bo iu . ... color, which Indicates poor bleed, and aa t j'l*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 August 1923

7 /%>, •* 'r19*" • i-i' • *s w— t-. « ■ ti" —NO. 48. ittttghflyfl itJetuii} jiJf Ci'0& Jbute To Mrs. T. F. Sheltonj By Mrs. A. A. Angle * When at an early hour Wed- iav morning the new8 was -.hed over our little city Sni Shelton has passed on," of loss was felt by the utire town. | am sure I can say without ir of successful contradiction innsboro has never had a res- rt who was more generally I Although her death was ted, it brought a tide of to her numerous l'riends gj relatives and especially to (devoted husband who nurs- i her so tenderly throughout e long sickness. It is indeed ml for us to become reconcil- j to the fact that a life so full [good works should end so DOT. Her friendly greeting and beery smile had become so fa- iiar to us that we had come 1 think of her as a fixture. RIRST BALES WINNSBQRQ, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS. AUGUST 16, 1923. Following is a list of dates and prices paid for first bales at some of the nearby towns: OVERLOOKING GOOD TRUCK CROP W. M. Cranberry...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 August 1923

m —v *• t 4 ifh I \ \ . *# * WINNSBOHO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 16, 192.3. Harding Laid to Rest Marion, Ohio, Aug. 10.—In a White little vine covered vault, set heard like a green jewel among the white headstones that mirk .the earthly beds of his friends, tliere was laid to rest this after- noon, Warren G. Harding, twen- ty-ninth president of the Unit- States. Within a stone's throw of 4iis shady resting place are the graves of his mother and his House, Harding had this same, sweetly sol- emn hymn, sung by the same voiees in the church he attend- ed Mere. «, The the voice of the Rev. George M. Landis, the young pastor of his church came forth intoning the passages of the Scriptures that were especially liked by the departed: "And they shall see Ilis face: and His name shall be in their ARTICLE II Argument* for mid Consolidation | ciable relief to the public. Other proposed economies I sound well, but upon examina- j lion likewise prove relatively in- significant and of doubtful re- Few o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 August 1923

MMARTIN The Best Business Reference _W1nnhb0rq weekly news AUGUST u, ims. ■■■mm 1 ne Repairing, Clocks and Optica! Goods. All Work Guaranteed. ^ credit is exactly what you make it. A bank ac- ftount is worth far more to you when the time Pontes, than an armful of let- term of recommendations. , in the bank, in what talks, and such a small be- * such as a well kept savings account, hat* led jiy a man's business success. [welcome the account of the young business man, the man contemplating going into business. |KT NATIONAL RANK ISBORO, TEXA8 ap (hidden above the visor) rks the same wav as a belt. I lU MaJ Motoric. "Hm'tmoffat' SURE-FITS'M BiUlhtHsffy HaltrJaihei. "When jw'w dririnf, juit mug in tbti httU Mp. It'll Uuk Me fly paper.M ANDthat'ionlyone reason kwhy"SURli-FIT" is the I wdd'j most comfortable cap. I No elastic to bind the fore- I head. The simple adjusting strac works tne same way; A slight pull, and your "SURE-FIT" is tighter or looser, as you prefer. All the new Fifth Ave...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 August 1923

> r* f ! '• t ' ;J i 'i| I l I I , I 1$ !• yi- B - i ■ 9 m WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST l«, 1923. A STATE FAIR PRIZE WINNER Home of J. J. Middleton, Smlthvllle, To*., v*lth Mr. Mlddletei himtelf shown in the iniert. The big tree at the right of the picture la a J apanete perelmmon, fruit from whioh won flr.t pri« at th. State Fair of Texas, Dallas, in 1922. The Insert shows Mr. Middleton at work In Me alfatfi patch, fcfhlchhe cutsfour time, a y«r. despite hi. seventy-^e year.. TELLS FAIR OFFICIALS HORSE RACING AIDS IN NATION'S DEFENSI Interesting Comment in Connection With State Fair Race Meet at Dallaa, Oot 13-28 That horse racing contributes H the nation's defense, is a statemonl | contained in a letter making aomi. Interesting comment on the Statt Fair of Texrace meet, at Dallas! , Pct. 13-28 next, and written by E. H I .Williams, Jr., president of the Am •rican Re-Mount Association. ) Mr. Williams' Ifetter was address, •4 to directors of the State Fair, am ] Ktes the writer's...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 August 1923

Customers ||s our aim. Drive in and see if we know service. [We want to serve you in some way. Plenty of cold water. RENT A FORD |lf you haven't, try it once. For long trips and extended stays. Special price. Cars are Cash on Delivery. IWinnsboro Service fee Miller | StcltlOIl 1 J- C-Davis a# —— BS3CE3E3G3 Mn. Mildred Plpldn, of LP.D. 8, Columbia, Tenn., ,JF "Mr experience with ICtfduihis covcred a number of Nineteen years ago... .Adown with weak back. Iiarun-flown and so weak and Iwyow I had lo stay in bed. 11 read ot Die Woman's Tonic led lent for it. I took only one ■Jfattle tt that time, and it helped I «e; teemed to strengthen and I build me right up. So that is |kv I first knew of Cardui. I After that,... when I began to I pf weak and 'no account', I [lent nght for Cardui, and it I "ever failed to help me." I 8 you are weak and suffering I (ran womanly ailments, Cardui |.*jr be just what jrou need. Take Cardui. It has helped I thousands, and ought to help I PL At all druggists...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 August 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST If, M*. Ill 1 < WiiiBsbor# Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor «L25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as seccrnd-clas* mat- tar, September 24, 1900, at the poatoffice at Winnsboro, Texaa, ■nder the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates made known m application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Night phone 114-Day phone 01 _ ROGER K. CARLOCIL licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director. Prompt and careful attention given, to this class of work. Beat equipped establishment of this kind in Winnsboro. With Wilkinson Hdw. & Under taking Co. F L. U. OPENS SALES OFFICE HERE Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Robinson of Golden have moved to Winnsboro and will make this place their home. Mr. Robin- son is local sales manager for the Farm Labor Union of Ame- rica and has opened an office in Mr. Zimmerman's store, next door to Proctor Bros. Company. Will Teach Expression I will teach expression this year both at the North School and at home. If interested call 264. Mrs. Louis C. Stevenson. DR....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 August 1923

WINNHBOHQ WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 16, 1923. SEND THE I ill . - I I j 9 i -W SOME RELATIVE OR FRIEND WHO WAS A FORMER WINNSBORO CITIZEN IT WILL BE LIKE A LETTER FROM HOME IpOiN laiidl Ih (id I eeil bees I Nothing you can do will be more appreciated than a year's subscription to the old home town paper. People who left here years ago would like to hear from Winns- boro. Many of them would come back and make this place their home again if they knew what a good town we have here now. Anyway they'll appreciate getting the paper every week. ; / loM itft 111 l!t Ink |by lay lof Jnd nd YEAR WHERE "V',

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 16 August 1923

m i IS AUGUST It, IMS. AUGUST PRICES .u inmw Good to Sept. 1st Only aa X < t MERCHANDISE CANNOT BE JBOUGHT AGAIN TO REPLACE AT THESE SALE PRICES. BE THRIFTY AND BUY ON OLD PRICE BASIS. J Best Extra Quality 25c Heavy Shirting II bags 95c, $1.25 and $1.50 for only per yard 19c II Shoes at prices you'll be glad to see. 25c Liner. Finish Gingham for August 19c II Hogjery an styies at low PRICES. 27 l-2c Bed ticking for 19c II I Extra Special Silk Hose at 95c 50c yard wide voiles for — —19c || II Ladies, Misses and Men's Bathiing Suits, 25c 36 inch White Linen W* I „ A ,.x _ . , ,Q„ 11 sold for $1.95—Give Away price, at 25c Extra Quality Canton Flannel 19c II v . , „ .. . 10_ II - only 49c each 19c Unbleached Domestic, per yard 13c I _ _ . . ,« « o- II Best Oilcloth, per yard 35c 15c Heavy Cotton Checks, yard 12 l-2c II „ . - , ,Q II Buy at THE ENTERPRISE in August. 25c Guaranteed percales 19c II Val Um, St, 7 I-2c and __l<k yard Advance Fa" Meicha«ll e at prices Specials in Toilet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 August 1923

7 T Uituiobora MJetum JIV.-NO. 48. grove church pleasant grove items moritacreaoe to •flsttkb bv ku klux • ^JVINNSBORO, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 23, 192,3. tomatoes needed Early last Wednesday morli- the close of a meeting ing, Pleasant Grove received one; "What thiT^try needs is .inducted by Kev. Stan- of the greatest shocks it has more acreage to tomatoes" ft Orf* Gr"vo a"'U,dly, tVe h J"10""' whel' «"> mm prominent truck ahip£r l*ven robed members of flashed over the wires that El- to The New« « w a nrsboro Ku Klux Klan vis Westmoreland had passed "The™ f ug0, Ctmd the church and awy. He died about 1:80 are not enou*h tomat- jonducted by ~ ■aaiuiutty ever Known, wnen the news sai< .-veil rout" members of flashed over the wires that El- to The Npwh ^ Vmnsboro Ku Klux Klan vis Westmoreland had passed "The™ y ag0, littered the church and away. He died about 1:80 . , marching to the pulpit Wednesday morning at the Ba-:008 *™Wn ,n thls territory for Jliinwinir letter to ™r. Sn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 August 1923

.n « . Public Trading NVE ARE OPENING A NEW GROCERY STORE FIRST DOOR NORTH OF POST OFFICE. WE WOULD APPRECIATE HAVING YOU TO COME IN AND LOOK OUR STORE OVER. BY DOING SO WE MIGHT GET TO BE YOUR GROCERY - MAN. GIVE US A TRIAL WE DELIVER THE GOODS SONS & ACKER Sell Your Cotton in Winnsboro Resolutions of Respect - * Qet in thelVell Dressed. Circle" BOY! THEY DO LOOK FINE! Tlu? new fall CURLEE CLOTHES just received are as fine a looking lot of clothes as ever came into this store. The styles a e unusually attractive, the ma- terials are dependable, and the tailoring will appeal to you strikingly. Let us show you the suit or overcoat that you will enjoy wearing. We have a nice assortment of patterns to select from. W. C. DODSEN CO. WINN8B0M TEXAS WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 23, 1923. COMMUNITY CLUBS RALLY Quitman, August 17.—Thurs- day morning, despite the hot, dry weather ,the crowd began to assemble at the Reunion grounds, to celebrate the annti al "Get-together" of the youn; peo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 August 1923

at« Ml MARTH Successful Men -gpNSBORO WEEKLY NKW8 AUGUST 2.1, ma. 5 WELER Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. Ii m Really successful men—men who have never worked jjl thejr lives for the sake of fretting rich, and yet are -well fixed," are invariably thrifty. A fixed financial program is a great help to any man trvinir to save money. A plan of saving must be bas- trvjng to save rriuney. n. yiuu ui suviug mu i ue oas- cd on a knowledge of what, constitutes true economy. of the first steps on the road to true success is the starting of a savings accounts, and adding to it regularly. Fill NATIONAL BANK WINN8BORO, TEXA8 bilk. EE. THE TROUBLES OF SAM Smituthd up. 1'illtJ nice and tnug. Wnt Jot a b*nr (ut. "Nice ana doit, pita*. —CoU it or* ge for YOU, cap I The hair grew back. Sam dug out the cap 4 peach of a ibower. Had to uie Sit' ihoe- horn to Ktt it off. " Tf* Peanut on the Pumpkjn." Youri for the ash heap, cap I S* b*u%h another cap—bigger thit time. Get i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 August 1923

W1NNSB0R0 WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 23, 1823. Uir ; 5 f> ■' i 3 ft I ! 1 I I . I I I'v ' j I . THE FARMER THAT GINS INK 1! WINNSBORO Our gin plant is constructed of new improved Lummus gin machinery. This fact enables us to give you the best of ginning service. Our out turns and samples will equal the work of any gin plant in the state. We have always been the friend of the farmer and continually doing things that are to his interest. We have always charged a price for ginning that left us an aw- ful small margin of profit after the expenses of operating the gin were paid, besides we have kept the price of seed so that you receive as much for your seed as the mar- ket justifies. Also we have been able to sell you meal and hulls as cheap as the mill, besides selling you a better grade of meal than you were getting here. Our gin will be opened for custom ginning day and night. The small ginner will receive the same service from us as the large ginner. Our price will be the same to all, We...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 23 August 1923

WINNSROIIO WEEKLY NEWS AUGUST 23, 1923. SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK This week we are showing $1.00 [Silk Gloves for 20c Perfect and not seconds. Ladies Silk Hose, regular $1.00 Hose for 50c iLadies Parasols, India shape, 1-3 off, all silk and silk faced. |(Jingham dresses, reg. $2 for 75c "MEN'S SUITS IWe will sell any suit buyer for leash our suits at cost. Come and take a look. |Men's fancy hose, 50c, 60c and 75c. All Silk. (Overalls .... $1.25, 2-40 weight Try one pair for yourself I tew Hats at Cost and Under Turner Mercantile Company On Market Street tllHbbOr" \ TEXAS FroM.,t^B0R W>WnCAI, ■ ORGANIZE It. H. Bratle, B. of L. F. i G. A. Miller, B. of L. V.., U. Freeman, Farm Labor vVinnsL jro Aids Road Through Cypress Bottom For a long time the road thru1 Cypress bottom between Winns-! boro and Mt. Vernon has been in h bad condition, and wishing to assist the people in that section in making the road better, the business men of Winnsboro raised $100 Tuesday which has been turned ove...

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