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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 September 1923

! i Ti ■ •V vij 1& 'mjk^ * Uw WA w. ft mt / WINN8B0R0 SKPTKMBER \ IKS. Let's All Help the Fsaemev Buy more flour—use more milk arid egg9 —bake more bread, cake, biscuits, and muffins. You will be making a better market for the farmer and protecting your health at thesaine time because bal ings made from good grain and dairy productsare healthful—appetizing if CALUMET Th. Economy BAKING POWDER , is used. The moderate price, together with its more than ordinary leavening strength, makes it by far the most economical — depend- able of all leaveners. The last spoonful is as good as the first, never varies, never deteriorates. Try Calumet today and learn why millions depend on it. & LOCAL Hi -fflVG, i WW i' For Assessofr and Collector Election October 2 J. T. GIBSON~" JNO. F. HITT GIBSON BRO V — MRS. NABORS MOVED TO AUSTIN THURSDAY Outfitters For Men, Womei and Children Mrs. W. A. Nabors and child ren, Pierson, John and Lona Ruth, left last Thursday fo their new horrie in Austin....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 September 1923

1 I iV^qn.. I 1*. Iff*. : on) famish Products Dei . m i •) Gnawed by the teeth of the storm t X?VEIty downpour trinfli yoor 5 r b*tw..o ih J w, erf water •ad Of mod. Jrtbl*- taih ud up ituir wkr • 0>« CMtal from bdow. Kum U~ "to kunrilf u tfct beauty tod tndurahev of your car. 5 vo« Motor Car FlaUh will Hi wan r«* fw of lb. 4mira by pr* Venting their fury from reaching the OwtaL AixJ In addition to wuiij ffOUctlon H wlU add ehinlng beaat* Ulli# car. r rwA U Onhlaf r 0w3 J PRTSCILLA DEAN GIVES ' fin- HKR VIEW OF IDEAL MAN adi of individually, + If You Are One Of Her Million Admirers Head With Care -ij * mne k iic"ari?e arid alter, it jy the time it goes iia I way THE HEXALL DKIjG STOKE ^■^^nnnttnrr'- n^nmr.' 1 r,; LUMBER fej — -— |v \ Wo have a good stock of lumber and mold- - ings; a good line of Guaranteed Paint, Lead and Oil, Wood (4 -<j Stains and Varnishes, ri" Auto Re-Finish; m - • ^uiclc Delivery. Pric- es to suit the times. So come around and ^'1 priff> with us. Nort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 September 1923

11 [ if 1H il f II it 1 \ m I i t, IUNG MEN'S SUITS And lots of them-- LARGE SHIPMENT OF BEAUTIFUL PIN STRIPES PLENTY Or BLUE SERGES—AND AT A SAVING, TOO Chas. Robinson Nobody's Clothing Fits Like Oura SCHOOL CHILDREN OF ! TEXAS TO BE STATE | FAIR GUESTS OCT. 19 Annual Cuitom Observed—School Children Admitted Free on Chil- dren'* Day—Teacher* aa Chape ron«a Here'* rood aawi for Texts aehool children! Thay *a k« coeats ot the State Fair of Texaa, at Dallaa oa Chli- dren'a Day, Friday. Oct. II. Aa la the annual custom the for mat larttatloa wHI aoon be Issued bat advance notice haa already been (Iron eehool head* throuRhout the Btate, ao that the youngsters may b« apprised la advance and make thelt plana accordingly. State Fair officials urge that super Intendente, yrlnelpals and teachers In city and rnral schools make up and forward Uata of the naiuber ol tlcketa they will require for theli charges, In order that the ticket* may be mailed well In advance, and everything be ready for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 September 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS [ . q 8«pt IS, 1928. it MjAShl i- Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. Prompt Service At This Bank o. 5Ir,^Jd Mrs- Geo- C. Hopkins and children have returned to Uallas after a several days vis- it here. ftlRYIlOPY DESIRES "PROMPT SERVICE" IN A BANK, /WHETHER THEIR FINANCIAL PROBLEM BE ONE OF INVESTMENT, A IX)AN, SAVINGS OR ADVICE. AND THIS IS THE BANK TO GET IT. Dr. and Mrs. Sam Brock have returned to Dallas. William Connor, 20th Bomb Squadron, Langley Field, Vir- ginia, orders The News sent to his address. O. Marvin Thomas made a business trip to Terrell the ; first of the week. TEXAS FARMERS BUD NATIVE PECANS Four hundred general farm- ers, in two days, budded 18,000, native pecan trees from improv-1 ed stock, this spring, in Gilles-1 pie County, Tex., according to reports to the United States, Department of Agriculture, as a result of agricultural exten- sion work. Attention was called to the opportunity offered in the abun- dant na...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 September 1923

, l«i It, ltts. ■■■ .iiiLiy j 1 IfjjW Si II ill f « k fel fj i'| % m, •f m i ' I i 1 ■ ■; ., Bp* £.' • Est. 1982 it %tta ; >*V SAv •UAR^rttB-^J Beweley's Best Floor Thoroughly Satisfies There are mony so-called best flour—but there Is only one BEWLEY'S BEST and it's sold and guar* anteed by— Campbell's Big Five BArtfcT cirrtorn Nttrm Theo. A. Binford, Pastor flitly gate I tr past The #1% box placed in the vestibule of the church on last Sunday mor- ning was alive with checks and change all of which attest to the power of Christ in the lives of men to want to help the oth- er fellow when he is in need- May God add His blessings to your lives for your generous of- fering. And He will. "Teach me to feel another's woe To hide the fault 1 see; That mercy I to others show, That mercy show to me." We appreciate the many ex- pressions of gratitude which we have received from th< young people in regard to ser- was mon preached last Sunday nighi the on "Choosing an Occupation." , We bid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 September 1923

•w .If ^ WJBRKLY. NBWM -rr*- .r r t • .- TO I fo most everybody 30*3/2 means usco ■ Local Happenings in ring Towns Naturally usees could hardly have de- livered such money's worth _tire after tire —without making a clean sweep. jt's been a pretty perform- ance every time—no two opinions about that. And no two opinions nhout what tire to net again after a *rtn has once used USCO. United States Tiras are Good Tiras Where to buy US.Ttres I It*)' i>Urk T. S. STEED, Winnsboro, Texaa I1' A. J..HENRY, Mineola, Texas I t MT. VERNON From Ilerald to the effect that several peti 'tions are being circulate in ilatc^d i Our fellow citizen J. C. Camp- Morris county for sigMftutes bell is rejoicing over the fact which will be presented to Com- that another oil well has been mjS8i0ners' Court asking that brought in 011 his land near' Sinackover, Ark. The well was put down by the Magnolia Pe- an election be ordered for the purfjpse of voting upon a $500,• u-oleum Co., on land leased from j 000 co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 13 September 1923

gjr* f : L . ,,16 It t wr I 'v i]' I la !V^ I P i I I K ywijii? 1 '1 I 'H V* jl* i •< { I} "k I I I 1' 1 : NEWS Thursday, topL U, IMi l?3S ssrs Open Every Afternoon! 1'ome! -Attend Our Afternoon Shows! First Show Begins at 1:30 P. M. Last Show Starts at 4:30 P. M. See 'the Picture At the Afternoon Shows. rr-r Clean. Vloral. Educational, Entertaining SCHOOL CHILDREN Vou Will Have Plenty of Time to See All th* School—Don't Miss Any of Our Rig /Attn#!* See the Show After School wis I TO-DAY AND FKftfAYi SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT A fternoon and Night S i I MONDAY AND TUESDA AFTERNOON and NIGHT The Picture Magnificent THE AMUSU THEATRE takes pleasure in presenting PRISCILLA DEAN As Cigarette, the Daughter of the Regi- ment, in the romantic story of adven- ture and thrills that will live forever— "Under Two Flags" CHARLES "SUCK" JONES i I -IN- From the 'immortal novel by OUIDA by TOD BROWNING directed THE CAST Cigarette PRISCILLA DEAN Victor James hiikwood Ben Ali Hamed — John David...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 September 1923

mm- 7 lJ fn 4A\ Pitut $1x0X0 X1V.—NO. 52. harmony news Mr George Moore and Miss jjje Moore are very sick ut this Sting- Also> Mr* Kel1^ was sick last week, but we are J to report him better. "jack Alvis leaves next Sun- f for Commerce, where he I enter school. s Annie Hanks of Mus- ove visited her uncle, Mr. J. 'Banks, and family last Sat- day and Sunday. x Valton Gay of Bethel vis- i in our community last Sun- lllr. and Mrs. Ben Anderson id little daughter, Anne Laur- 0{ Forest Home community, visiting at Mr. G. C. Whit- es at this writing. Ben is ping to pick cotton for W. B. Win the first of the week. V. G. Wilcox leaves today ■onday, for Sulphur Springs, fhere he will attend court. Iko Mr. W. E. Reeves goes to- morrow, Tuesday. We had been reading big tal- i in the newspapers about the going to be in eclipse last day afternoon, and we were Kpecting to see something, but was just dark enough that could detect the difference. Coon Creek says, there are ne of us afraid of dead m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 September 1923

H*- m Y ' §T* "! V foli a ' iy if H 5" ! ttiBfcS WINNSBORO WEEKI ;eptember 1923 SAM MARTIN dangers of a co j Winnsburo People \V !i ,1 to Heed Mai)' troanif chill. >ehind BUY more of his products. Every sack of flour you buy gives the farmer a boost It increases the demand for his wheat. He needs your support. Use more of the good, wholesome flour that is made from his wheat. Bake often but use CMLUMET The Economy MAKING POWDER because it is false econ- omy to buy a leavener that sells for a little less, it many times means complete losa of the ingredients used on bake-day. Practice real economy by using Calumet. It never fails to produce pure, sweet and nutritious foods. Costs less per baking. Goes further- lasts longer. f01 HAD* BY A TflUft CWeNTSUB. % EVERY 1NGRRDIBNT USED OFFICIALLY APPROVED BY U. S. POOD AUTHORITIES Sales ?1 * times as mucft as that of othrfcrand any. I n d caises m i result from A « Congested kidilf n filtering the i< laden blood and baclcajSiiC'', ache,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 September 1923

I ion. Specials |32-Inch Ginghams ...for... 19c TURNER Winnsboro, V MERCANTILE "More For Less" CO. Texas - Specials Best Line Of Tablets, All Kinds, Like You find Every Where 4c To Everybody NA .\.>.J.AA.J,/,.SA.*. CLEAN CUT MERCHANDISE SUPERIORITY Ppotaptty nf mS'llhlI'St°0T,™mfding one of U k n 1 thi e realize that it demands SU- PERIORITY of merchandise, SUPERIORITY of pric VI :pj ice. You may depend on every transaction being conducted on a basis leading to th con ercial 1# ii SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. Sure Fit Caps, reg. $2.50 for $1.95 Sure Fit Caps, reg. $2.25 for $1.75 Sure Fit Caps, reg. $1.75 for $1.35 and with this intention WE Men's Clothing >m uatity i ■ $16upto$30. Y >u will Miss quality suits for less if :^uy < 3§\ 'here. irds to the pound, 36 inches e, Brown Domestic to sell 15c A PERSONAL WORD With the cost of living of such vital interest to ev o v a seem x\y !♦ ndency for large financial gain still being uppermost in the minds of many-1 • fa* <s or Kw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 September 1923

t-H V : i t -t- *; r> | I r? I H if j I ! vl i1 k Plfh'> «"l. I _ 1 jv - I Outing Fancy in light and dark pat- I terns, also solid colors includ- ing white. 19c Yard- Ladies' Hose Ladies' good Cotton Hose, in black, brown and white at 15c Pair Cambric Fine quality cambric, 36-inches wide, 17 l-2c Yard Canton Flannel Brown or bleached, good family weight. 19c Yard Men's Hose Good quality cotton hose in brown, navy, black and white. 10c Pair Shoes Odd lot of ladies high grade Shoes, military and high heels. 98c Pair Bleached Domestic Very soft, fine count, 15c Yard Cheviot Shirting Good, heavy grade checks, strip- t's and solids, 19c Yard Ginghams 32-in. Wide 1 big table of the Falls' choic- est gingham, only 25c Yard Union Suits-Ladies In fleeced and unfleeced, fine quality, only 98c Each Ginghams Good grade gingham, beautiful fall patterns. , 15c Yard «• 1 <' ' I u ffi • 1 ' , ij « ■FeI 1 ■-< J Blankets 2 in 1 Robe Blanket in a beau- tiful range of colors. Very pretty, o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 September 1923

h It MUSU THEATRE ng Clean, Moral, Rducational, Entertain) t)day and friday Afternoon and Night w 'W\ Mls' M 8«" "■* * sh— in the city Friday. Mr. Ro )gers d of ff, ill work in the south en the county, doing t«—<^n l,tc- this fa)! and winter W. E. Whatlev excellent line of new f4 Oome in and look themT an hats. rug. poi t. Sttnda> a accompany her ht«Mn-la Mrs. Preston c>f?AV of Roniirnnn* fn T fgyi Vii A)vis W rrl Wt Vf r E. J. McCrary of was in the city Thursdaj ting delinquent county Clothing—Clothing—(i buy from Chas Robins* spend the difference. W. H. Attaway of rt out of Como, was in t Saturday and made Th0 . a pleasant call. Mr. Ail 1 is the father of Paul aT ; one of the accommodatl ral carriers from the Win office. lay <Jolty*) ov to rtM«t>r A }| I Whi' betf r merchan .is.- ; || sold ,-r lea. money IV liro: %>, will .*■,p-11 it ;,i> J> > V. Matt >x retun. "l;day fro n j. si week- Geor>riL 1 Be"i" • r .st t,,« \- ibboi .tli Mviiiul tht •> i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 September 1923

■ ; i TiB J 11 A" In 11 ( ! J:"l J« , ' ' r\- ■T "v., :|,r '\J I | i 11 i 1 - Opening Sale Of The New Variety Store <■■; o *** "*<^* * ^-***> *< Saturday, September 22, at 9:00 O'clock New People, New Merchandise, New Prices, .Unusual Bargain^ Will be given on the opening day to introduce ourselves to the public. Be sure you ige with us at 9 o'clock sharp next Saturday, as some of the values will last only a short whfle We have bought the Variety Store, two doors north of the Hexali Drug Store, noun T. 15. Turner & Son, and have added a complete stock of new variety merchandise. 0m _ . . - . ^ . . . ... . .i .1 — 1 !... J ..n lull' Snir it'i11 K<« tnu/lit iiUCV WI tx uri 11 mnl#A 4L1. M. windows show some of the extreme bargains we are offering. Our whole store will M^Ve-arranged and priced so that buying will be made easy. We will make this a Store Winnsboro will be proud of, and where you can always come in and know that you ar| .^elcome, and you will find the v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 September 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 ^^A/iA'S' lA> I •5 it in thcliJell Dressed Circle ,Boy! if you are looking for a real over-coat, here lis. One of the smartest effects of the season. An tractive Curlee model tailored as only Curlee knows Fine, comfy woolens, plus an atmosphere of te, make this fine overcoat a feature of the season. I we have other Curlee overcoats equally as attrac- fe,equally as good and just as reasonable in price. |iere are conservative models for conservative men; > dashing models for men who like to appear ng, and then strictly youn men's models—all of Local Happenings in Neighboring Towns (■ HAWKINS From Call Dr. J. 11. Sanders of our city has taken the Chevrolet agency for Wood and Rains counties and will give his undivided at- tention to the automobile busi- ness. lie will probably keep his drug store here. Thursday night cotton thiev- es were in evidence north of and ir Jeeu was a nioJt ct " • . n . Till SlTfflf dp and Mi .. I m (. t■ . tis ^ ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 20 September 1923

' V lit i v ■ il 1 U' ! I \ 4x1 iJ % . WINNSBORO WVBKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER 30, 1923^ Wiimsboro Weekly News R. Weir, Edit |1.25 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered as 6econd-claas mat- ter, September 24, 1909, at the pofltoffice at Winnsboro, Texaa, and or the act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates made known •n application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY LITTLE ADS FOR RENT—Good house. See| or phone Mrs. Jim Gait. 7T r After ^ Every Meal Have a packet in your pocket for ever-roady refreshment. Aids digestion. Allays thirst. Soothes the throat. For Quality, Flavor and the Sealed Paekagi, WANTED—Invalid chair. Ap- ply at J. V. Attaway's store or tee J. H. Adams. • ■ ' FOR SALE—One Rood bicycle. See or write Lloyd Whittle, route 5, Winnsboro. FOR SALE—A good Chatta nooga power mill and engine and good copper pan, in good condition. See me for price and terms.—A. A. Lindsey, Winnsboro, Texas. LOST—Two pocket, loose leaf memorandum books. Has in it reports of inspection of land made by R. B. Bonner. Will app...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 September 1923

0T n T Uj Jfhr, \ / fw ' ■ i !, i * >' I i 9 Civ til cU s. XV.-N0.1 Iharmony Ne-ws W. B. Martin preached last Sunday . at 11 «'J a. Whitten is visiting jLs" at Mt. Vernon and Lid this week. to Marie Felts left last uy for Commerce, where will enter school. « Susie Hughes of Saltillo B Rev. and Mrs. W. B. last Saturday night and Jmje Reneau of Cypress Saturday night with Bus- lasco, and attended Sunday at Harmony. [jural members of the mer Club" met with Mrs. 1). au last Saturday after- B| and of course made flow- Ir, and Mrs. Jack Hughes little son, Charley of Mt. ion visited at Mr. C. R. 'lay- it Saturday night and day. saw in the Hopkins County last week where the Sun- dosing law went into effect Sunday at Sulphur Springs. g stations, cold drink Is, etc., were ek, | ^d. I say people can lay in a supply and tobacco on Saturdays 1 as they can groceries dry goods. 'ery few from this commun- to town last Saturday, iw 1 didn't, because I pick- l till sun down. We t get in a full wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 September 1923

HFfldBIS w A v m I ■ FI! i, i | ' I ■ m k r Im. M* « ui Hi j! a l It * f it1 ft < m t n 1 Wi a\. Bono WEEKLY NEWS SEPTEMBER 27, 1923. >u;e i iess Sensation Tomorrow ppring; 250 Hig Grade S. Isli "Fa.u.lo Thornton" House Dresses in 20 Differen Styles Ofs red in 4 Great Groups at Astounding Prices $1.15 PRICED LESS THAN YOU COULD MAKE THEM FOR. —and even if you were given the material without cost, you could not possibly reproduce the beautiful style and dainty trims. The Greatest "FANNIE THORNTON" Dress Sale We've Ever Held 1 £ VALUES —and are so remarkable that every one of the 250 should be sold by Saturday night. Every garment is brand new— fresh, crisp house and street frocks of beautiful sty lings and best of workmanship. Every one a record valir - You'll find this the most profit- able house dress sale you've ev- er attended. $1.95 Perkins latest merchan- dising triumph — un- equalled value-giving. "Fannie Thornton" A Household Word With Texas Women *x;"U• •« l.tsM* uinnu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 September 1923

j Win W1NNSHOHO WEEKLY NEvVS SEPTKMHEK W |«T ■ Official Statement of the 1 inanciul Condition oi the' Merchants He Planters State Bank office? The big snla. es crnr' to man or woman v. ho can D One Thing Well. Tr in ng i of tpxsm iit „i . . nfecessary. Have you b en dri 1 rf r"- tess zr ts g*, Ko.rihe2Tth $ Llten"ir im "l State ' •**«> """' [exas. on | responsible positions as the op Kl.bOlJUCLS portunities arise? an(l Discounts, personal or collateral -jjj an 1"7"' ' r "* u""lciai — real estate — Miis and Stocks far Real Estate ———— Chirp and Fixtures „ I tarnitur*' and 1*ixtuies .from other Banks and Hankers, and cash on hand iterest i" Depositors' (Guaranty F'und uessment Depositors' Guaranty Fund Z jjjunces and Bills of Exchange lher Resources — HI „ —Unless you ] 12S8 onn V7 ■ I,ow these things, the chance 26 At i 07 your success are small. 1G 2j7 (in L UP y°nr mind to train 13224 0 ^()wVi —°Ul I)U8'ness education liVi 7,0(,0 00 41,167.1? 5.08G 05 8.078.4K 59.893.8?, 2,041.0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 September 1923

mm '■ iii" •PTEMBER IT. 1W3. mmW • If ■ it 11 I H1 w • *. i' ' J • ' ' !-C 4 • " BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Theo. A. Hinford, Pastor. "Qet iii thelSkHDressed. Gircle •J. •> ¥ Young men accustomed to smart lines in their clothes will appreciate the attractive young men's models which we are showing in Curlee Clothes for fall. Our stock consists of a variety of handsome patterns —the very styles which we know from experience will appeal to the men and young men of this community. All we ask is an opportunity to show you. Come to this store. Our salesmen will lie glad to have you ex- amine Curlee Clothes. Your visit does not obligate you to buy. We just want you to become better acquainted with Curlee Clothes, known everywhere as fine clothes and great- er values. W. C. OODGEN CO. "ASK ANY ONE WE SERVE" t WINNSBORO, . . TEXAS I charge thee therefore l>e- fore God, and the Lord Jeans Christ, who shall judge the quick and the dead a* his ap- pearing and his kingdom; Preach the word; be i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 27 September 1923

r" WINN8B0RQ WEEKLY NEWS )pen Letter to The Hopkins County Echo Hy J. M. MoCOMliS . recent article In your pa-ijugt the opposite result is secur- ulends ilie to c'e ft fexv.ed, and when dairy cows are I s on II"' matter other than carried as a part of tlie farm (fltS , , m to the Story you make hoITU. mun shipping 29 ,dairy cattle from M- Si)i i"Ks to other states distribution of the . ttn.Mi from. This article 'll jmlirnte this has been a Ocularly profitable hur tlie transnc- ra tlu^in while I do not g t0 T,,:lkc* criticism, I do £h to take i- Ae matter learn* 1 fcndwh "i 1)1 sb' tt-inps sue with you. If investigated it will iat hundreds and {.nod cows have I from Sulphur la t vcar at a re- pur- in this article, business there are several poses served. Every farm, regardless of the .method of farming practiced or of the crops r&iscd, should htive at least a few good milk cows to provide— (1) Enough milk, cream and butter for home use; (2) Enough skim-milk to raise some calves, ...

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